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Behold, Eck! (1964)

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The titular Eck is a creature from the 2nd dimension, trapped in our world when he fell into a time-space warp. Frightened and alone, he soon realises that a small number of humans are able to see him with the help of special glasses that just happen to be made from meteoritic quartz. Eck proceeds to find where these glasses are made and discovers Dr. Stone, an optics engineer. Unfortunately in his search for the source of the glasses, Eck scared a lot of people, even frightening one eyewitness into a heart attack. This means the police are after him now as well. Eck explains that he requires special lenses to see the time warp from where he came. He says the only way the doorway will close is for him to leave our dimension. Should the time warp remain open and an object from this world, even a bird or insect, fly in through it and reach his dimension, it will tear the time-space fabric destroying both worlds. Dr. Stone and his secretary Elizabeth race against time to help return Eck to his world. By sunrise Eck may be dead and the time warp left open.


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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.