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The Hundred Days of the Dragon (1963)

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An East Asian government plans to take over America by infiltrating and substituting all the Officials at the White House, and all the leading corporate executives, in order to force the United States to pull out of a war in Asia. The easy shoo-in for the next presidential election is a candidate named William Lyons Selby, who bears a strong resemblance to Johnson (also note: "Lyons" as in "Lyndon" and "Selby" as in "LBJ"). However, during the campaign trail, he is murdered and replaced by a face-altered clone, in a scheme somewhat reminiscent of The Manchurian Candidate. The mole, literally masquerading as Selby, is finally elected. Though he fools the nation at large, the president's daughter soon begins to suspect that the man is not her father. She voices her concerns to the Vice-President, who has also been targeted for replacement. Reference was made in the episode to a paper titled Report on the Molecular Alteration of the Subcutaneous Matter of a Rhesus Monkey. (The episode's first airing occurred only 2 months before the Kennedy assassination.)

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "List of The Outer Limits (1963–1965) episodes", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.