US tv series (1959). CBS TV. Prod and created William Alland. 1 season. Each episode 25 mins. B/w.
   Marshall Thompson played a man who, on a secret mission, becomes the victim of atomic radiation and is shrunk to 6in (15cm). The government keeps him on as a secret agent, using him forassignments where his small size will be an advantage. His full-size partner on these missions was played by Arthur Franz. The short-lived series was really an excuse to use all the giant-sized props left over from The INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN (1957), which Alland had produced for Universal.

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