Which episode from season one of 'The Invisible Man' is your favorite?

Although you can't 'see' him, we know you saw these episodes!


Imagine being a bad guy, and suddenly you're being picked up and thrown in the air. Now, according to your eyes, you're the only one in the room. So, either you're losing your mind or a ghost is in the room.

This was the case for many bad guys on the British show The Invisible Man that aired on CBS in the United States. The science fiction series followed a scientist's journey who accidentally turned himself invisible permanently after an experiment.

That scientist, Dr. Peter Brady, was initially captured and held as a secret, but after returning to his laboratory, he began helping his country and citizens in need. With only two seasons under its belt, The Invisible Man produced 26 half-hour episodes full of science and crime-stopping entertainment.

Which episode from season one was your favorite?

  1. Which episode from season one of "The Invisible Man" is your favorite?

Which episode from season one of 'The Invisible Man' is your favorite?

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tomstr 20 months ago
Any chance of getting the tv show 'McCloud' with Dennis Weaver, to replace Columbo on Sunday nights?
ColleenBender 20 months ago
Why don't you televise some of these shows?

AgingDisgracefully 20 months ago
Best was the one where The Beatles time-travelled and sang I'm Looking Through You.
But sadly, the late '50s English scurried when John followed with Run For Your Life.
Moriyah 20 months ago
Can y'all make a Gomer quiz like this soon? Because I'd like to see something like this soon!
OldTVfanatic 20 months ago
I watched this show a few times. As an aside, the little girl who played Sally was Deborah Watling of Doctor Who fame.
cperrynaples 20 months ago
Why does MeTV only run this show virally? Seems to me this would have been perfect for the Boonanza!
Michael 20 months ago
If it doesn't have a Claude rains in it, it's not invisible. Though Ralph Ellison's book is pretty good.

I didn't see what this was about. I was thinking 1975 with David McCallum, but the photos look older.

Pacificsun 20 months ago
So we know now, you do read our comments.

Here's a suggestion. Why don't you collect all The Invisible Man Series including this one: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Invisible_Man_(1975_TV_series) and alternate them. Or run one Series after another since some didn't have very many episodes per. You could do some fantastic promotions like: "Don't forget to 'see' The Invisible Man during the Sci Fi Saturday Night Block. Replacing (please) Time Tunnel or (we've seen it a thousand times) Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. I guarantee that you would get some viewer mileage out of that experiment! It would be so original. And IMO "The Invisible Man" concept is worth that novel approach!
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Pacificsun JHP 20 months ago
Almost all the classic TV shows we love today, cost in some way or another. Even if they're being DVR'd, we're paying for space. I can't even record yesterday's episode of A-Team. If it's not in the Guide, it can't be recorded. But there was a day, when you could search on the series (at least in Comcast) and access all the seasons and episodes like with ST. Now, the alternatives are purchase per ep. or watch live on Tubi. Even then, they're not all available there. So except for what got uploaded by fans on YouTube, it's all locked up. My hunch is the makers of new shows, realize how less popular they are than what we're willing to watch over and over again until doomsday. So they're making money off of the original ones.
JHP Pacificsun 20 months ago
10-4 :)
Pacificsun JHP 20 months ago
10:4 yes I get it, 𝓞𝓿𝓮𝓻 𝓪𝓷𝓭 𝓞𝓾𝓽
So am going away now to work on my other project. The Threads are only fun breaks! When I get tied up in such interesting exchanges here. My apologies!

I leave you with this! 😘
JHP Pacificsun 20 months ago
10-4 again and you are 10-8:)
Andybandit 20 months ago
I got 0% similar to the most popular responses. I never saw the invisible man. I saw the movie on Svengoolie.
JHP Andybandit 20 months ago
This maybe a sniffer to see what reaction they will get from this poll

Maybe I-Man will be coming to Me-Tv?
texasluva 20 months ago
Seen a couple of Invisible Man movies but not the TV series. 20% similar 🙄.
MrsPhilHarris 20 months ago
14%. I’ve never seen the show but it sounds great. I would love METV to put in on in the evening at say 7 pm. 🤭
KJExpress 20 months ago
I didn't even know this was a TV show. 🤔
lynngdance 20 months ago
I don’t know about the show, but TCM will be showing the original 1933 movie “The Invisible Man” with Claude Rains, on Halloween! 😁 (I think it’s at some weird hour though, like 3:00am, I think. it’s been a while since I checked though.) 😄
Michael lynngdance 20 months ago
Be there or be square.
texasluva lynngdance 20 months ago
You can find some movies and entertainment after 9 P.M. MQ @: Can you complete the names of these spooky movies with alliterated titles?
AllisonWunderland 20 months ago
I’ve heard of it, but don’t quite recall the episodes 🤷‍♀️
Sway 20 months ago
Never saw the show, never heard of it.
daDoctah 20 months ago
Never saw the show. In the 1970s there was another series called "The Invisible Man" where the title character was played by David McCallum (the other invisibility show at the tame was "The Gemini Man"). One night McCallum's show was pre-empted by a news program and the station announcer out of El Paso actually said on-air "The Invisible Man will not be seen tonight".

That was more entertaining than the news special.
LoveMETV22 daDoctah 20 months ago
Although it is not part of their broadcast schedule, they do have 5 full episodes in the " VIDEOS " section.
MrsPhilHarris daDoctah 20 months ago
Great story!
Pacificsun daDoctah 20 months ago

This run doesn't have very man episodes. But see my suggestion at the top of the Comment Stack. To gather up all The Invisible Man Series, and run them sequentially. The Promo could be, "Don't forget to 'see' The Invisible Man on Sci Fi Saturday Night! Hey, we'd even accept an "overnight owl timeslot."
CaptainDunsel 20 months ago
Only have a vague memory that the show even existed.
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