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The Invaders (1967-68)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Bill Woodson
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)

"The Invaders" (complete series 3 DVD Box Set) - DVDAvenue

The Invaders (season 1) (ABC) (Early 1967)
The Invaders (season 2) (ABC) (1967-68)
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THE INVADERS
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Quinn Martin production
in association with the
American Broadcasting Company Television Network
for
ABC (Tuesdays 8:30PM EST)
Filmed at the Samuel Goldwyn Studio
Executive Producer Quinn Martin
Assistant to the Executive Producer, John Conwell (#4)
Producer, Alan A. Armer
Associate Producer, Anthony Spinner (#4)
Associate Producer, David W. Rintels (2.01)
Production Manager, Howard A. Alston (#4)
In Charge of Production, Adrian Samish and Arthur Fellows (#4)
Created by Larry Cohen

US Sci-Fi Drama series 1967-68    43 episodes x 60 min color
starring
Roy Thinnes
as Architect David Vincent
recurring guest star
Kent Smith as Edgar Scoville (season 2)
(the one man in a position of authority who believes David Vincent)

"The Invaders - aliens beings from a dying planet.
Their destination - the earth.
Their purpose to make it their world.
David Vincent has seen them.
For him it began one lost night on a lonely country road,
looking for a short-cut that he never found.
It began with a closed deserted diner, and a man too long
without sleep to continue his journey.
It began with the landing of a craft from another galaxy.
Now, David Vincent knows the Invaders are here;
that they have taken human form.
Somehow he must convince a disbelieving world that the nightmare
has already begun"


The narrator voice was William Woodson ("alien beings from a dying planet...").
And
Hank Sims was the announcer (the guy who introduced the
names of the guest stars and episode names each week).

Hello - I stumbled on "The Invaders" web site, and you asked:
Can anyone tell me the name of the person who did the voice-over
introduction to the episodes every week? He was not credited.
My father, William T. Woodson, did all the intros and all the narration
within the body of the show from the very first episode.  He's still working
full-time, and will be 82 on July 16, 2002.  These days he mostly does voice-overs for commercials. 
Bill Woodson, Madison, Wisconsin, USA (bwoodson@dor.state.wi.us)


Special Photographic Effects, Darrell A. Anderson (#4)(2.1)
Director of Photography, Andrew J. McIntyre

'The Invaders' theme music by Dominic Frontiere

The Invaders Roy Thinnes talks about 67th Birthday Party

Happy 70th Roy! Invaders Roy Thinnes birthday

  The InVaDeRs EXTENDED PILOT ALTERNATE OPENING CREDITS MUSIC

The Invaders (season 1) (ABC) (Early 1967)
The Invaders (season 2) (ABC) (1967-68) 

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