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Summary

Archie Hammer is gifted with the ability to changehis face to make it look like anyone he chooses. He uses this unique gift for his own amusement, without a thought to those who might get in his way. But when he tries to double cross a gangster, Archie Hammer, the "human chameleon," can't slither away.

©1960 Rod Serling (P)2013 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Kenneth L Lebsack
  • 25-10-17

love this. the story line is good.

good story. just the right length to drive to work. always a climactic ending. I will keep listening.

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  • Andrew Wilson
  • 25-04-16

Great Entertainment for mind

I have a lot of Twilight zone program's, and I love them all Five Stars *****

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  • Mike T.
  • 09-02-16

A mishandled story idea.

The idea is good. A human chameleon - can't go very wrong there, right? Wrong! Sadly the story is weak and unfocused. The main character is cheap and unlikable. Could and should have been better. Guess this one worked better as a TV-episode.

Competent acting. Still - I'd give this one a miss.