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Opening Narration
"You are about to see one of the most closely guarded secrets and one of the most fantastic series of events ever recorded in the annals of counterespionage. This is my story, the story of Mel Hunter, who lives in your world...a world of giants."

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Synopsis

A miniaturized American agent and his full-size partner battle foreign spies in this short-lived espionage drama.

Broadcast History

This series aired in syndication, premering in early September, 1959.

On DVD / Video

There is no scheduled release of this series in the U.S.

Cast

"Special Agent"


Aired: September 5, 1959
Hunter (Marshall Thompson) finds life in a flower garden anything but a bed of roses. Winters: Arthur Franz. Greggson: Tom McKee. Murray: Keith Richards. Matt: Clarence Straight. Ollie: Wade Cagle.

"Time Bomb"


Aired: September 12, 1959
A time bomb is nearing its final tick and Hunter (Marshall Thompson) has to alert Winters---fast. Winters: Arthur Franz. Deputy: Tom Brown. Len: Don C. Harvey.

"Teeth of the Watchdog"


Aired: September 19, 1959
Pocket-size Hunter (Marshall Thompson) is dwarfed even more than usual---by a Doberman pinscher. Winters: Arthur Franz. Sally: Carol Kelly. Janner: Charles Maxwell.

"Death Trap"


Aired: September 26, 1959
Hunter (Marshall Thompson) finds life in a flower garden anything but a bed of roses. Winters: Arthur Franz. Greggson: Tom McKee. Murray: Keith Richards. Matt: Clarence Straight. Ollie: Wade Cagle.

"Gambling Story"


Aired: October 3, 1959
Hunter and Winters, seeking a foreign agent, trail him to a gambling casino, where they set about fixing the odds in their favor. Hunter: Marshall Thompson. Winters: Arthur Franz. Duggan: Berry Kroeger. Brenner: Ivan Triesault. Miss Brown: Marcia Henderson. Guard: Michael Garth.

"Chemical Story"


Aired: October 10, 1959
An agent steals an important chemical, unaware he's toting a stowaway---Hunter. Olsen: Gavin MacLeod. Kroner: John van Dreelen. Winters: Arthur Franz. Miss Brown: Marcia Henderson. Hillis: Peggie Castle. Commissioner: John Gallaudet.

"Feathered Foes"


Aired: October 17, 1959
A spy ring is using carrier pigeons to transport stolen microfilm. Winters: Arthur Franz. Hunter: Marshall Thompson. Radik: Nestor Paiva. Miss Brown: Marcia Henderson.

"The Pool"


Aired: October 24, 1959
Hunter's task: retrieve an espionage code from a swimming pool on a well-protected estate. Hunter: Marshall Thompson. Diana: Allison Hayes. Winters: Arthur Franz. Delgado: William Masters. Miss Brown: Marcia Henderson. Commissioner: John Gallaudet.

"Rainbow of Fire"


Aired: October 31, 1959
A stubborn Mexican lad (Eugene Martin) found a payload from an errant missile and won't give it up. Hunter: Marshall Thompson. Winters: Arthur Franz. Garcia: Eduardo Noriega. Ortiz: Alex Montoya.

"The Smugglers"


Aired: November 7, 1959
Winters (Arthur Franz) gets shanghaied by a Hong Kong smuggling ring. Leta: Ziva Rodann. Hastings: Walter Reed. Chick: John Hart. Consul: Roy Gordon.

"Unexpected Murder"


Aired: November 14, 1959
A drug store apparently doubles as shipping headquarters for counterfeit money. Winters: Arthur Franz. Hunter: Marshall Thompson. Gordon: Mark Roberts. Sandra: Pamela Duncan. Dave: Harry Lauter.

"Panic in 3-B"


Aired: November 21, 1959
Enemy agents send Winters on a wild goose chase---then ransack his apartment to find Hunter (Marshall Thompson). Winters: Arthur Franz. Miss Brown: Marcia Henderson. Carla: Maria Palmer.

"Off the Beat"


Aired: November 28, 1959
Jazz man Chick Crescent (Johnny Silver) has skipped Cairo---with stolen art treasures. Hunter: Marshall Thompson. Winters: Arthur Franz. Daddy: Bill Walker. Claire: Narda Onyx. Jackson: Robert Swan. Miss Brown: Marcia Henderson.

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