|"Choirs of Angels"|
|Air date||January 16th, 1989|
|Producers||Jonathan Hackett; Greg Strangis; Sam Strangis|
|Starring||Jared Martin; Lynda Mason Green; Philip Akin; Richard Chaves|
"Among the Philistines"
"Dust to Dust"
- "You will help us bring a new age to this planet."
- ―Alien in possession of a woman's body
"Choirs of Angels" is the thirteenth episode of season one of the science fiction series War of the Worlds and is the thirteenth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Herbert Wright and written by Durnford King. It originally aired in first-run syndication on January 16th, 1989.
Plot[edit | edit source]
The aliens plant subliminal messages in a musician's recordings to brainwash a brilliant scientist into creating a cure for them against the bacteria on Earth.
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
The aliens use taped music with an addictive implant to hypnotize biologist Dr. Eric von Deer into developing a serum against Earth's bacteria. Suzanne arrives to study cell phase-matching with von Deer. Harrison, given a copy of the tape, succumbs to the "embed" and becomes irrational, siding with the aliens.
Meanwhile, Suzanne, suspicious of von Deer's odd behavior, subdues him, discovers his serum and alerts Norton and Ironhorse. Harrison, deprived of the music, recovers. Norton destroys von Deer's computer records. Suzanne poisons the serum with ammonia. The aliens give up the project.
Cast[edit | edit source]
Principal Cast[edit | edit source]
|Jared Martin||Harrison Blackwood|
|Lynda Mason Green||Suzanne McCullough|
|Philip Akin||Norton Drake|
|Richard Chaves||Lt. Col. Paul Ironhorse|
Guest Stars[edit | edit source]
|John Novak||Alien #1|
|Alex Carter||Alien #2 / Record Company Guy #2|
|Heidi von Palleske||Alien Soldier|
|Jan Rubes||Dr. Eric von Deer|
|Billy Thorpe||Billy Carlos|
|Michael Rudder||Advocate #3|
|Ilse von Glatz||Advocate #2|
|David Calderisi||Advocate #1|
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