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Tuesday, October 13, 2015

SCIENCE FICTION THEATRE: Out Of Nowhere

Hosted by Truman Bradley
Guest Stars:  Richard Arlen, Jess Barker, Carlyle Mitchell, Irving Mitchell, Jonathan Hale
Directed by Herbert L. Strock
(actor & director credits courtesy IMDB.com)

When bats crash into a high-rise building, scientists try to determine what interfered with their sonar, as it could be a threat to the nation's ability to detect enemy attacks on radar.

As with some other early episodes of the series, this one's more science than fiction, but does offer a worthwhile concept, kicking off a mystery to be solved.  It's very logical in its investigations as the scientists go through their paces trying to find the answer, and the climax is just as logical, but a departure into more fantastic territory would have been more fun in my opinion.

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