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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
Year: 1961 | 1962 | 1963 | 1964 | 1965 | 1966 | 1967 | 1968 | 1969


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Hot Snow

18 March 1961
When Dr. David Keel's fiancée is murdered by drug smugglers, the distraught physician swears to avenge her death by bringing the criminals to justice. He's aided in his quest by an elusive character who calls himself John Steed.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Philip Stone ... Dr. Richard J. Tredding

Katherine Woodville ... Peggy (as Catherine Woodville)

Godfrey Quigley ... Spicer

Murray Melvin ... Charlie
Charles Wade ... Johnson

Alister Williamson ... Detective Superintendent Wilson

Moira Redmond ... Stella
Astor Sklair ... Detective Seargent Rogers
June Monkhouse ... Mrs. Simpson

Robert James ... Ronnie Vance (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Brought to Book

14 January 1961
Steed infiltrates a heroin-selling gang to get the evidence needed to convict Dr. Keel's fiancée's murderer. Dr. Keel discovers a rival gang has hired an assassin to kill Steed.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Ingrid Hafner ... Carol Wilson
Laurence Archer ... Johns (as Lawrence Archer)
Redmond Bailey ... Lale
Charlie Bird ... Peters
Lionel Burns ... Prentice
Michael Collins ... Detective Sgt
Clifford Elkin ... Pretty Boy

Robert James ... Ronnie Vance

Neil McCarthy ... Bart
Charles Morgan ... Nick Mason

Godfrey Quigley ... Spicer
Anna Shan-Khoo ... 2nd Chinese Girl
Philip Stone ... Dr. Richard Tredding

Carol White ... Jackie

Alister Williamson ... Detective Superintendent Wilson
Joyce Wong Chong ... Lila

Season 1, Episode 3: Square Root of Evil

21 January 1961
Steed impersonates a master forger to get evidence against a gang of vicious criminals. Steed well-laid plans are thrown for a loop when the forger's girlfriend shows up demanding to see him.

Season 1, Episode 4: Nightmare

28 January 1961
Dr. Keel poses as the missing husband of one of his patients and is shot for his troubles. A murderous anesthesiologist plans to finish the job by tampering with Dr. Keel's oxygen during a minor operation.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Ingrid Hafner ... Carol Wilson
Redmond Bailey ... Dr. Jones
Gordon Boyd ... Williams
Robert Bruce ... Dr. Brown

Helen Lindsay ... Faith Braintree
Michael Logan ... Commander Reece
Robert Sansom ... Dr. Miller

Season 1, Episode 5: Crescent Moon

4 February 1961
A General fakes his own death and arranges his daughter to be kidnapped in an attempt to thwart his wife's plan to grab his entire fortune. Unfortunately, the girl falls into the wrong hands and needs to be rescued by Steed.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Nicholas Amer ... Luis Alvarez
Patience Collier ... Senora Mendoza
Bandana Das Gupta ... Carmelita Mendoza

Roger Delgado ... Vasco
Harold Kasket ... Bartello

George Roderick ... Carlos, an Officer
Jack Rodney ... Fernandez
Eric Thompson ... Paul

Season 1, Episode 6: Girl on the Trapeze

11 February 1961
Dr. Keel rescues a girl who tries to commit suicide by jumping into the Thames River. He discovers that the young lady is a trapeze artist with a visiting circus and foreign agents seek to capture her in order to force her father, a defecting scientist, to return to his country behind the Iron Curtain.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed (credit only)
Kenneth J. Warren ... Zibbo
Ingrid Hafner ... Carol Wilson
Delena Kidd ... Vera Korsova
Howard Goorney ... Supt. Lewis

Edwin Richfield ... Stefan
Mia Karam ... Anna Danilov

Ivor Salter ... Police Sergeant
David Grey ... Dr. Sterret
Dorothy Blythe ... Box Office Clerk
Ian Gardiner ... Policeman
Andy Alston ... Turek

Skip Martin ... Otto (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Diamond Cut Diamond

18 February 1961
While investigating a gang of diamond smugglers, Steed is drugged and finds himself accused of a hit-and-run accident.

Season 1, Episode 8: The Radioactive Man

25 February 1961
An immigrant worker in England on a forged passport picks up a radioactive isotope by mistake. Unless he's located quickly, he and anyone near him will suffer from radiation poisoning. The worker thinks the police are pursuing him because of his being an illegal alien and does his best not to be captured.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Ingrid Hafner ... Carol Wilson
Basil Beale ... Inspector Tudor
Marie Devereux ... Dora Radosevick
John Gayford ... 1st Police Constable
Paul Grist ... 2nd Police Constable
Dane Howell ... Peter Somers
Madeleine Kasket ... Inica (Janez)

John Kelland ... 3rd Police Constable
Arthur Lawrence ... Dr. Graham
Christine Pollon ... Mary Somers

George Pravda ... Marko Ogrin
Barry Shawzin ... Milan Radosevick
Mira Tomek ... Frane (Zvone)
Blaise Wyndham ... Campbell

Season 1, Episode 9: Ashes of Roses

4 March 1961
Steed investigates a series of arson cases. He finds a clue that the next victim will be a hairdressing salon on the verge of bankruptcy. Carol is snooping around the salon at Steed's behest when the building explodes.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Ingrid Hafner ... Carol Wilson
Maureen Beck ... Jean Lewis

Edward Dentith ... Maurice Roffey
Mark Eden ... Jacques Beronne
Heidi Erich ... Denise
Barbara Evans ... Linda Chapman
Olga Lowe ... Olive Beronne
Nina Marriott ... Avril

Gordon Rollings ... Sleeping Car Attendant
Peter Zander ... Johnny Mendelssohn
Juno ... Puppy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Hunt the Man Down

18 March 1961
Frank Preston is released from prison with only one thing on his mind - the recovery of 100,000 pounds that he hid after his final robbery. Frank isn't the only one after his ill-gotten gains - he's trailed by two thugs, a scheming wife and John Steed.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Ingrid Hafner ... Carol Wilson
Susan Castle ... Nurse Wyatt
Gerry Duggan ... Rocky

Maurice Good ... Paul Stacey
Nicholas Selby ... Frank Preston

Melissa Stribling ... Stella Preston

Season 1, Episode 11: Please Don't Feed the Animals

1 April 1961
In order to get evidence on a ring of criminals who specialize in blackmailing civil servants, Steed allows himself to be compromised in a Soho strip club.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Ingrid Hafner ... Carol Wilson
Mark Baker ... Barman
Charlie Bird ... Harrigan
Carole Boyer ... Christine
Catherine Ellison ... Yvonne
Tenniel Evans ... Felgate

Alastair Hunter ... Renton-Stevens
Genevieve Lyons ... Sarah
Richard Neller ... Evans
Harry Ross ... Kollakis

Season 1, Episode 12: Dance with Death

15 April 1961
Dr. Keel rescues a dancing instructor who nearly died from gas asphyxiation. When he returns to check on his patient, the police arrest the doctor for murder. It seems that the doctor's scarf had been used to strangle the unlucky young woman.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Ingrid Hafner ... Carol Wilson
Alan Barry ... Barman

Caroline Blakiston ... Elaine Bateman
Norman Chappell ... Porter
Angela Douglas ... Beth Wilkinson
Ian Hobbs ... Teenage Boy
Raymond Hodge ... Plainclothes Man
Diana King ... Mrs. Marnell

Geoffrey Palmer ... Philip Anthony

Ewan Roberts ... Major Caswell
Pauline Shepherd ... Valerie Marnell
Graham Spurway ... Hotel Receptionist
David Sutton ... Trevor Price

Neil Wilson ... Police Sergeant

Season 1, Episode 13: One for the Mortuary

29 April 1961
When Dr. Keel attends a conference in Switzerland he is arrested for murder. The police also discover a microdot containing secret information that Keel was unwittingly transporting.

Season 1, Episode 14: The Springers

13 May 1961
In order to smash a gang who specialize in jail breaking, Steed plays a prisoner with plenty of money and a desperate need be sprung from prison.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Ian Ainsley ... Prison Governor
Margo Andrew ... Caroline Evans
Barbara Evans ... Lisa

Charles Farrell ... Straker
Michael Forrest ... Elton
Arthur Howard ... Mr. Groves
Max Miradin ... Arthur

Donald Morley ... Neame
Douglas Muir ... One-Ten

Brian Murphy ... Haslam
Tom Payne ... Jessup
Ann Saker ... Melanie
Charles Saynor ... Skewer
David Webb ... Pheeney

Season 1, Episode 15: The Frighteners

27 May 1961
Sir Thomas Waller disapproves of his daughter's choice in boyfriends and hires a criminal to scare off an unwanted suitor. Keel and Steed rescue the swain from the criminal's henchman and discover a clue to an extortion plot.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Ingrid Hafner ... Carol Wilson
Willoughby Goddard ... The Deacon
Philip Gilbert ... Jeremy de Willoughby
Philip Locke ... Moxon
Doris Hare ... Mrs. Briggs

Stratford Johns ... Sir Thomas Weller
Dawn Beret ... Marylin Weller
David Andrews ... Nigel
Godfrey James ... Nature Boy

Neil Wilson ... Beppi
Eric Elliott ... Butler
Ann Taylor ... Secretary
Ralph Tovey ... Waiter
Benn Simons ... Inspector Foster
Eleanor Darling ... Flower Seller
Ben Nightingale ... Grechio (as Benny Nightingale)
Victor Charrington ... Breckin
Frank Peters ... Fred the cabbie
Charles Wood ... Police Constable

Season 1, Episode 16: The Yellow Needle

10 June 1961
After an assassination attempt on Dr. Keel's friend, a pro-Western African leader, Keel investigates the man's secretary, while Steed flies to Africa to search for the conspiracy's roots.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Ingrid Hafner ... Carol Wilson

Michael Barrington ... Head waiter
Andre Dakar ... Sir Wilberforce Lungi

Eric Dodson ... Inspector Anthony
Humphrey Heathcote ... Police sergeant
Christian Holder ... Asiedu
Harold Holness ... Porter
Bari Jonson ... Chief Bau Shebro (as Bari Johnson)

Dolores Mantez ... Judith
Wolfe Morris ... Ali
Margaret Whiting ... Jacquetta Brown

Season 1, Episode 17: Death on the Slipway

24 June 1961
When a government agent dies at a secret shipyard used to build submarines, Steed discovers foreign spies had arranged for the "accident."

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Tom Adams ... PC Butterworth

Peter Arne ... Kolchek
Robert G. Bahey ... Jack
Redmond Bailey ... Geordie Wilson
Patrick Connor ... PC Geary
Paul Dawkins ... Sam Pearson
Hamilton Dyce ... Sergeant Brodie
Barry Keegan ... Inspector Georgeson

Billy Milton ... Chandler
Douglas Muir ... One-Ten

Nyree Dawn Porter ... Liz Wells
Sean Sullivan ... Fleming

Frank Thornton ... Sir William Bonner
Gary Watson ... Pardoe

Season 1, Episode 18: Double Danger

8 July 1961
Dr. Keel discovers that a man's serious injury is a dangerous bullet wound and the injured man may be linked to a recent diamond heist.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Ingrid Hafner ... Carol Wilson
Kevin Brennan ... Bruton
Howard Daley ... Ted Mace
Charles Hodgson ... Mark Crawford
Vanda Hudson ... Lola Carrington
Robert Mill ... Harry Dew
Ron Pember ... Bert Mills (as Ronald Pember)
Gordon Phillott ... Bartholomew
Peter Reynolds ... Al Brady
Blaise Wyndham ... Taxi Driver

Season 1, Episode 19: Toy Trap

22 July 1961
Dr. Keel agrees to help the daughter of an old friend find her missing roommate. He traces the girl to the seamy underworld of prostitution.

Season 1, Episode 20: Tunnel of Fear

5 August 1961
Top-secret documents are disappearing and Steed trails them to a tawdry fairgrounds in Southend. He's captured, hypnotized and left bound in a train tunnel to await his fate.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Ingrid Hafner ... Carol Wilson

Anthony Bate ... Harry Black
Miranda Connell ... Claire
Hazel Coppen ... Madame Zenobia
Bill Maxam ... George Milner
Douglas Muir ... One-Ten
Morris Perry ... Sergeant
Stanley Platts ... Maxie Lardner
Doris Rogers ... Mrs. Black
Douglas Rye ... Billy
John Salew ... Jack Wickram

Julie Samuel ... Rosie

Season 1, Episode 21: The Far Distant Dead

19 August 1961
While assisting hurricane victims in a remote Mexican village Dr. Keel treats a number of food-poisoning cases. He discovers that the vegetable oil the villagers have been given to cook with is actually hydraulic-fluid.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed (credit only)

Tom Adams ... Rayner
Katharine Blake ... Dr. Ampara Alvarez Sandoval
Reed De Rouen ... Zun Garcia
Francis De Wolff ... Hercule Zeebrugge

Guy Deghy ... Inspector Gauvreau
Andreas Malandrinos ... Godoy

Michael Mellinger ... Mateos

Season 1, Episode 22: Kill the King

2 September 1961
A foreign monarch visiting London to sign a oil deal is targeted for assassination by dissidents from his native land.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Ingrid Hafner ... Carol Wilson

Patrick Allen ... General Tuke

Peter Barkworth ... Crichton-Bull
Unity Bevis-Jones ... Concubine ( as Unity Bevis)
Victor Charrington ... Detective
Ian Colin ... Major Harrington
James Goei ... Prince Serrakit
Andy Ho ... U Meng

Burt Kwouk ... King Tenuphon
Douglas Muir ... One Ten (voice)
Lisa Peake ... Mei Li

Moira Redmond ... Mrs. Zoe Carter
Jean Woo Sam ... Servant

Carole Shelley ... Ingrid Storm
Sarmukh Singh ... Steward Assassin
Myo Toon ... Ta Pai
Jerry Lee Yen ... Servant

Ric Young ... Suchong (as Eric Young)
Eugene Che ... Extra (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: Dead of Winter

9 December 1961
Steed and Keel confront a group of British fascists after discovering a Nazi war criminal frozen in a cryogenics experiment.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Ingrid Hafner ... Carol Wilson
Norman Chappell ... Ted
Carl Duering ... Gerhardt Schneider

Neil Hallett ... Weber
David Hart ... Dr. Brennan
Arnold Marlé ... Dr. Kreuzer
Zorenah Osborne ... Margarita
Sheila Robins ... Inez
Michael Sarne ... Willi

John Woodvine ... Harry
Blaise Wyndham ... Syd

Season 1, Episode 24: The Deadly Air

16 December 1961
When a revolutionary, but experimental, vaccine is stolen from a top-secret laboratory and a volunteer who was administered a dose dies, Keel and Steed agree to be human guinea pigs for the next test.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Ingrid Hafner ... Carol Wilson
Keith Anderson ... Heneger

Geoffrey Bayldon ... Professor Kilbride

Ann Bell ... Barbara Anthony
Richard Butler ... Herbert Truscott
Anthony Cundell ... Keo Armstrong

Allan Cuthbertson ... Dr. Hugh Chalk
Michael Hawkins ... Dr. Philip Karswood
Douglas Muir ... One-Ten
Cyril Renison ... Dr. Harvey

John Stratton ... Dr. Owen Craxton

Season 1, Episode 25: A Change of Bait

23 December 1961
A businessman struggles to sell a load of bananas before he dies from heart failure.

Ian Hendry ... Dr. David Keel

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Ingrid Hafner ... Carol Wilson

John Bailey ... Lemuel Potts
Victor Platt ... Archie Duncan

Gary Hope ... Barker
Tim Barrett ... Andre (as Arthur Barrett)
Robert Desmond ... Herb Thompson
Henry Lincoln ... Peter Sampson (as Henry Soskin)

Graham Rigby ... Nat Fletcher
Norman Pitt ... Bryan Stubbs
Harry Shacklock ... Charlie
Gillian McCutcheon ... Ivy
Michael Hunt ... Steed's Helper

Season 1, Episode 26: Dragonsfield

30 December 1961
Steed is sent to research facility when a scientist developing a radiation-proof material dies of radiation.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Keith Barron ... Technician
Alfred Burke ... Saunders

Eric Dodson ... One-Fifteen
Herbert Nelson ... Peters
Thomas Kyffin ... Jack Alford
Sylva Langova ... Lisa Strauss (as Sylvia Langova)

Ronald Leigh-Hunt ... Reddington
Morris Perry ... Second Technician
Amanda Reeves ... Secretary
Michael Robbins ... Landlord

Steven Scott ... Boris

Barbara Shelley ... Susan Summers

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Mr. Teddy Bear

29 September 1962
One-Ten is convinced that the man is murdered while being interviewed on a live television show was the victim of a hired-killer called "The Teddy Bear." He concocts a plot to trap him using John Steed as bait and Cathy Gale as the woman who wants to hire an assassin to murder him.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale
Douglas Muir ... One Ten
Bernard Goldman ... Mr. Teddy Bear
Tim Brinton ... Interviewer
Kenneth Keeling ... Colonel Wayne-Gilley

John Horsley ... Dr. Gilmore
John Ruddock ... Dr. James Howell
Michael Robbins ... Henry Farrow
Michael Collins ... Technician
Sarah Maxwell ... Cafe Girl

Season 2, Episode 2: Propellant 23

6 October 1962
Steed and Cathy travel to Marseilles to pick up a flask of a secret new rocket fuel. When they arrive at the airport, they find the bottle gone and their contact dead. The pair battle foreign agents to regain the propellant.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale
Justine Lord ... Jeanette

Katherine Woodville ... Laure (as Catherine Woodville)

Geoffrey Palmer ... Paul Manning
Ralph Nossek ... Roland
Barry Wilsher ... Pierre
John Crocker ... Lieut. 'Curly' Leclerc

Trader Faulkner ... Jacques Tissot

John Dearth ... Siebel
Frederick Schiller ... Jules Meyer

Nicholas Courtney ... Captain Legros
Michael Beint ... Co-Pilot
John Gill ... Baker
Graham Ashley ... Gendarme
Dee Shenderey ... Shop Assistant (as Deanna Shenderey)

Season 2, Episode 3: The Decapod

13 October 1962
The president of a Balkan Republic is menaced by a masked assassin. Although Steed is sent to augment the visiting dignitary's security detail, his bodyguards are murdered one by one.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Julie Stevens ... Venus Smith

Paul Stassino ... Yakob Borb

Philip Madoc ... Stepan
Wolfe Morris ... Ito
Lynn Furlong ... Edna Ramsden (as Lynne Furlong)

Raymond Adamson ... Harry Ramsden
Harvey Ashby ... Guard's Officer
Pamela Conway ... Girl In Shower
Stanley M. Ayers ... Ring Announcer

Doug Robinson ... Bodyguard Georgi (as Douglas Robinson)
Valentino Musetti ... Bodyguard Sarkoff (as Valentine Musetti)
Valerie Stanton ... Cigarette Girl
The Dave Lee Trio ... Themselves
Rosemary Chalmers ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Richard Cuthbert ... Wrestling Fan (uncredited)
Victor Harrington ... Wrestling Match Spectator (uncredited)
Billy John ... Diplomat (uncredited)
Alison Leggatt ... Wrestling Fan (uncredited)
Melvyn Mordant ... Chauffeur (uncredited)
Richard Neller ... Wrestling Fan (uncredited)
John Sefton ... Man at club (uncredited)
Maurice Selwyn ... Wrestling Fan (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Bullseye

20 October 1962
The Home Office becomes concerned when gunrunning to Africa increases and the stockholders of a prominent British gun manufacturer are being murdered one by one. Cathy buys 20 percent of the company's stock to investigate their activities.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale
Ronald Radd ... Henry Cade

Charles Carson ... Brigadier Williamson

Judy Parfitt ... Miss Ellis
Felix Deebank ... Young
Mitzi Rogers ... Jean
Robin Wentworth ... Foreman
Fred Ferris ... Inspector

Bernard Kay ... Karl
Laurie Leigh ... Dorothy
John Frawley ... Reynolds
Graeme Bruce ... Shareholder
Henry Rayner ... Shareholder (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Mission to Montreal

27 October 1962
A microfilm of North American early warning plans has been stolen and is believed to be somewhere in the luggage of a fading film star. Steed and Dr. King are assigned to retrieve it during a trip across the Atlantic on an ocean liner.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Jon Rollason ... Dr. Martin King
Patricia English ... Carla Berotti
Iris Russell ... Sheila Dowson
Mark Eden ... Nicholson
Gillian Muir ... Judy
Harold Berens ... Film Director

Alan Curtis ... Brand

John Bennett ... Marson
Gerald Sim ... Budge
Eric McCaine ... Pearson
Alan Casley ... Barman (as Allan Casley)
John Frawley ... Autograph-Hunting Passenger
Malcolm Taylor ... Reporter
Terence Woodfield ... Reporter
Leslie Pitt ... Reporter
Pamela Ann Davy ... Peggy

William Buck ... Photographer

Angela Thorne ... Receptionist
Peter Mackriel ... Steward (as Peter MacKriel)
William Swan ... Steward
Paul Blomley ... Passenger (uncredited)
Alan Crouch ... Passenger (uncredited)
Robin Kildare ... Passenger (uncredited)
Howard Kingsley ... Passenger (uncredited)
Margot Lane ... Reporter (uncredited)
Perry Leigh ... 4th Steward (uncredited)
David Low ... Passenger (uncredited)
Melvyn Mordant ... Passenger (uncredited)
Richard Pescud ... Actor (uncredited)
Bill Richards ... 3rd Steward (uncredited)
Joan Smith ... Passenger (uncredited)
Barbara Straight ... Reporter (uncredited)
Dorothy Watson ... Passenger (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: The Removal Men

3 November 1962
Steed is ordered to infiltrate a gang of assassins. His appointment with their leader is in a small jazz club where Venus Smith is singing.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Julie Stevens ... Venus Smith

Edwin Richfield ... Bug Siegel
Reed De Rouen ... Jack Dragna (as Reed de Rouen)
Patricia Denys ... Cecile Dragna

George Roderick ... Binaggio
Douglas Muir ... One-Ten
Hira Talfrey ... Charlie

Edina Ronay ... Nicole Cauvin
Donald Tandy ... Godard

Ivor Dean ... Harbour Officer
Hugo De Vernier ... Jailer (as Hugo de Vernier)
George Little ... Waiter
The Dave Lee Trio ... Themselves
Fran Brown ... Tourist (uncredited)
Vincent Charles ... Tourist (uncredited)
Roy Denton ... Tourist (uncredited)
Paul Duval ... Tourist (uncredited)
Monica Dwyer ... Tourist (uncredited)
Ivor Ellis ... Tourist (uncredited)
Valerie Gold ... Tourist (uncredited)
Michael Hamer ... Tourist (uncredited)
Helen Hancock ... Tourist (uncredited)
Spike Heatley ... Himself - Acoustic Double Bass (uncredited)
Paddy Kent ... Tourist (uncredited)
Andrea Lawrence ... Tourist (uncredited)
David Lee ... Himself - Pianist (uncredited)
Umberto Lombardi ... Tourist (uncredited)
Cornelia Lucas ... Tourist (uncredited)
Joan Mane ... Tourist (uncredited)
Michael Moore ... Tourist (uncredited)
Art Morgan ... Himself - Drummer (uncredited)

Steven Patrick ... Tourist (uncredited)
Mike Sankar ... Tourist (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: The Mauritius Penny

10 November 1962
A stamp collector is murdered after he discovers an extremely rare penny stamp being offered for sale on the open market. Cathy takes a job in the stamp collectors store to gather more information, but is unable to prevent a murder in an auction room.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale
Alfred Burke ... Brown

David Langton ... Gerald Shelley

Richard Vernon ... Lord Matterley
Sylva Langova ... Sheila Gray

Edward Jewesbury ... Maitland
Harry Shacklock ... Peckham
Philip Guard ... Goodchild

Alan Rolfe ... Inspector Burke

Grace Arnold ... Charlady
Edward Higgins ... P.C. Andrews
Delia Corrie ... Miss Power
Raymond Hodge ... Porter
Edwin Brown ... Lorry Driver

Anthony Blackshaw ... Lorry Driver's Mate
Theodore Wilhelm ... Foreign Delegate
Anthony Rogers ... Boy
Bert Sims ... Bidder (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Death of a Great Dane

17 November 1962
Steed investigates when the autopsy of a automobile accident victim reveals 50,000 pounds worth of diamonds in his stomach.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Frederick Jaeger ... Getz
Leslie French ... Gregory

John Laurie ... Sir James
Clare Kelly ... Mrs. Miller
Dennis Edwards ... 1st Assistant
Anthony Baird ... 2nd Assistant

Billy Milton ... Minister
Eric Elliott ... Winetaster
Roger Maxwell ... Winetaster
Herbert Nelson ... Gravedigger

Mike Moyer ... Policeman (as Michael Moyer)
Frank Peters ... George Miller
Kevin Barry ... Kennels Man
Junia ... Dancer
Heidi ... Bellhound
Benn Simons ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Sell-Out

24 November 1962
While guarding a United Nations negotiator after an assassination attempt, Steed and a colleague fall under suspicion for selling state secrets.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Jon Rollason ... Dr. Martin King
Frank Gatliff ... Harvey
Carleton Hobbs ... M'sieur Roland
Arthur Hewlett ... One Twelve
Gillian Muir ... Judy
Anne Godley ... Lillian

Michael Mellinger ... Fraser
Richard Klee ... Workman
Storm Durr ... Gunman
Cyril Renison ... Customer

Anthony Blackshaw ... Policeman
Ray Browne ... Price
Diane Bester ... Party guest / reporter (uncredited)
Graham Cruikshank ... Bit part (uncredited)
James Darwin ... Bit part (uncredited)
Colin Fry ... Party guest / reporter (uncredited)
Lance George ... Bit part (uncredited)
Albert Grant ... Bit part (uncredited)
Victor Harrington ... Party guest / reporter (uncredited)
Gordon Lang ... Bit part (uncredited)
Henry Rayner ... Reporter (uncredited)
John Roland ... Bit part (uncredited)
Jack Rolands ... Bit part (uncredited)
Jeff Shane ... Bit part (uncredited)
Yvonne Walsh ... Party guest / reporter (uncredited)
Philip Webb ... Hotel guest / party guest / photographer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Death on the Rocks

1 December 1962
Steed and Cathy investigate the death of diamond importer's wife and its connection to smuggled diamonds that are flooding the market.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale
Meier Tzelniker ... Samuel Ross
Gerald Cross ... Fenton
Ellen McIntosh ... Liza Denham
Naomi Chance ... Mrs. Daniels
Hamilton Dyce ... Max Daniels
David Sumner ... Nicky
Richard Clarke ... Van Berg
Toni Gilpin ... Jackie Ross

Doug Robinson ... Sid (as Douglas Robinson)
Annette Kerr ... Mrs. Ross
Haydn Ward ... Painter
Jack Grossman ... Diamond Dealer
Vincent Charles ... Diamond Dealer

Season 2, Episode 11: Traitor in Zebra

8 December 1962
Steed and Cathy investigate security leaks at a secret Navy base which renders its missile defense system useless. The trail leads to a sweet shop and the local pub with a very special dartboard.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

John Sharp ... Rankin

Richard Leech ... Franks
Noel Coleman ... Nash
Jack Stewart ... Thorne
Ian Shand ... Mellors

William Gaunt ... Graham
June Murphy ... Maggie

Katy Wild ... Linda
Michael Danvers-Walker ... Crane (as Danvers Walker)
Richard Pescud ... Escorting Officer

Michael Browning ... Wardroom Steward
Melvyn Mordant ... Scientist in Control Room (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: The Big Thinker

15 December 1962
A powerful computer used to target incoming missiles continually breaks down. When one of scientists who developed the machine is found dead inside it, Steed and Cathy are asked to investigate.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Anthony Booth ... Dr. Kearns

Walter Hudd ... Dr. Clemens
David Garth ... Dr. Farrow
Tenniel Evans ... Dr. Hurst
Allan McClelland ... Broster
Penelope Lee ... Clarissa
Marina Martin ... Janet
Ray Browne ... Blakelock
Clive Baxter ... Nino
Johnson Bayly ... Dr. Brensall (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Death Dispatch

22 December 1962
The Home Office is mystified when a diplomatic courier dies defending a satchel full of mundane documents. Steed and Cathy follow a trail of clues from Jamaica to Bogota, Lima and finally to Santiago in Chile to solve the crime.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Richard Warner ... Miguel Rosas

David Cargill ... Monroe
Valerie Sarruf ... Anna Rosas
Douglas Muir ... One Ten
Gerald Harper ... Travers
Hedger Wallace ... Baxter
Michael Forrest ... Rico
Maria Antippas ... Singer (as Maria Andipa)
Alan Mason ... Pasco
Geoff L'Cise ... Thug
Arthur Griffiths ... Thug
Bernice Rassin ... Chambermaid
Jerry Jardin ... Customer

Caron Gardner ... Bikini Girl (uncredited)
Hein Viljoen ... Miguel Rosas' Servant / Bar patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Dead on Course

29 December 1962
A Canadian plane crashes under mysterious circumstances in Ireland. Steed's leads take him to the Shamrock airport and a convent, while Dr. King performs autopsies on the dead passengers hoping to find a clue pointing to the wreck's cause.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Jon Rollason ... Dr. Martin King
John McLaren ... Freedman
Liam Gaffney ... Michael Joyce

Donal Donnelly ... Vincent O'Brien
Peggy Marshall ... Mother Superior
Elizabeth Murray ... Deidre O'Connor (as Elisabeth Murray)
Janet Hargreaves ... Sister Isobel
Nigel Arkwright ... Hughes

Bruce Boa ... Bob Slade
Margo Jenkins ... Margot
Trevor Reid ... Pilot
Edward Kelsey ... Gerry
Mollie Maureen ... Kiosk Woman
Denis Cleary ... Ambulance Man
Wilfred Grove ... Male Nun

Season 2, Episode 15: Intercrime

6 January 1963
Cathy Gale impersonates a female assassin in order to get evidence needed to break up an international criminal syndicate. Before Cathy can complete her mission, the real murderess escapes from prison.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale
Kenneth J. Warren ... Felder

Julia Arnall ... Hilda Stern
Angela Browne ... Pamela Johnson

Patrick Holt ... Manning
Alan Browning ... Moss

Jerome Willis ... Lobb
Paul Hansard ... Kressler
Donald Webster ... Palmer
Rory MacDermot ... Sewell
Bettine Milne ... Prison Officer Sharpe
Charlotte Selwyn ... Trustie
Jean Gregory ... Trustie

Season 2, Episode 16: Immortal Clay

13 January 1963
Cathy's friends claim to have invented an unbreakable ceramic. Sinister forces want the formula for uses that have nothing to do with cups and saucers.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Paul Eddington ... Richard Marling

James Bree ... Miller
Bert Palmer ... Josh Machen
Gary Watson ... Allen Marling
Steve Plytas ... De Groot
Rowena Gregory ... Anne
Didi Sullivan ... Mara Little
Douglas Muir ... One Ten

Frank Olegario ... Blomberg
Leonard Kingston ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Box of Tricks

20 January 1963
Steed traces stolen classified documents to a nightclub where Venus Smith is working as a magician's assistant.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Julie Stevens ... Venus Smith
Jane Barrett ... Kathleen Sutherland (as Jane Barratt)
Maurice Hedley ... General Sutherland
Edgar Wreford ... Dr. Gallam
Ian Curry ... Gerry Weston
April Olrich ... Denise
Dallas Cavell ... Manager
Jacqueline Jones ... Henriette
Robert Hartley ... Nena the Barman
Royston Tickner ... Maitre D'
Gail Starforth ... Maid
Lynn Taylor ... Valerie
Gregory Scott ... Waiter
The Dave Lee Trio ... Themselves
Vernon Duke ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Spike Heatley ... Himself - Acoustic Double Bass (uncredited)
Yvette Herries ... Club Hostess (uncredited)
David Lee ... Himself - Pianist (uncredited)
Art Morgan ... Himself - Drummer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: Warlock

27 January 1963
Steed is asked to guard a revolutionary new formula for fuel when its inventor is discovered in a coma. When he learns that the scientist was a member of a black magic cult, he and Cathy investigate.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Peter Arne ... Cosmo Gallion

John Hollis ... Markel
Pat Spencer ... Julia
Douglas Muir ... One Ten
Olive Milbourne ... Mrs. Dunning
Alban Blakelock ... Peter Neville
Brian Vaughan ... Doctor
Gordon Gardner ... Pathologist
Philip Mosca ... Mogom
Susan Franklin ... Barmaid
Herbert Nelson ... Pasco
Christina Ferdinando ... Miss Timson
Bill Haydn ... Circle Member
Anna Sharkey ... Circle Member
Roy Gunson ... Circle Member
Lin Lin Li ... Circle Member (as Maggie Lee)
Fred Evans ... Circle Member
Gillian Bowden ... Circle Member
Pat Judge ... Meeting Attendee (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: The Golden Eggs

3 February 1963
A thief steals two gold-plated eggs from Dr. Ashe, not realizing they house a deadly virus. Even though the burglar becomes extremely ill, he refuses to reveal where he has hidden the eggs.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Peter Arne ... Redfern

Pauline Delaney ... Elizabeth Bayle (as Pauline Delany)
Donald Eccles ... Dr. Ashe
Gordon Whiting ... DeLeon
Robert Bernal ... Hillier
Irene Bradshaw ... Diana
Louis Haslar ... Campbell
Charlie Bird ... Hall (as Charles Bird)

Season 2, Episode 20: School for Traitors

10 February 1963
Steed investigates the alleged suicide of a college instructor and discovers that the weapon the man used to kill himself was a pistol with a silencer attached.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Julie Stevens ... Venus Smith

Melissa Stribling ... Claire Summers

Anthony Nicholls ... Dr. Shanklin

John Standing ... East

Richard Thorp ... Roberts
Reginald Marsh ... Higby
Frank Shelley ... Professor Aubyn
Frederick Farley ... One-Seven
Terence Woodfield ... Green
Ronald Mayer ... Proctor
Jan Butlin ... Barmaid (as Janet Butlin)
The Kenny Powell Trio ... Themselves

Season 2, Episode 21: The White Dwarf

17 February 1963
A famous astronomer predicts that the entry into the solar system of a small star will result in the destruction of the Earth. Steed and Cathy try to discover the connection, if any, between the astronomer's dire prediction and the threats on his life.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

George A. Cooper ... Maxwell Barker

Philip Latham ... Professor Cartright

Peter Copley ... Henry Barker

Bill Nagy ... Johnson
Vivienne Drummond ... Elizabeth Fuller
Daniel Thorndike ... Minister
Constance Chapman ... Miss Tregarth

George Roubicek ... Luke

Keith Pyott ... Professor Richter
Paul Anil ... Rahim
John Falconer ... Butler

Season 2, Episode 22: Man in the Mirror

24 February 1963
Venus Smith's camera and film are stolen at a fair. When Venus develops the one roll remaining in her possession she discovers she has taken a photograph of a man thought to have committed suicide days earlier.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Julie Stevens ... Venus Smith

Daphne Anderson ... Betty

Ray Barrett ... Strong
Julian Somers ... Brown

Rhoda Lewis ... Jean
Hayden Jones ... Trevelyan (as Haydn Jones)
Michael Gover ... One Six

David Graham ... Producer
Frieda Knorr ... Iris
The Kenny Powell Trio ... Themselves
Ray Browne ... Dead Man (uncredited)
Lennie Bush ... Himself - Acoustic Double Bass (uncredited)
Jack Parnell ... Himself - Drummer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: Conspiracy of Silence

3 March 1963
Steed survives an attempt by the Mafia to assassinate him for interfering with their drug traffic and tracks the would-be killers to a smaller provincial circus.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale
Robert Rietty ... Carlo
Sandra Dorne ... Rickie

Alec Mango ... Sica
Roy Purcell ... Gutman
Tommy Godfrey ... Arturo
John Church ... Terry
Artro Morris ... James
Willie Shearer ... Professor

Ian Wilson ... Rant
Elizabeth and Collins ... Themselves (as Elizabeth & Collins)

Season 2, Episode 24: A Chorus of Frogs

9 March 1963
While on holiday in Greece, Steed becomes involved in the investigation of a deep sea diver's mysterious death.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed
Julie Stevens ... Venus Smith

Eric Pohlmann ... Mason
Yvonne Shima ... Anna
Colette Wilde ... Helena

John Carson ... Ariston
Frank Gatliff ... Pitt-Norton
Michael Gover ... One-Six
Alan Haywood ... Jackson
Makki Marseilles ... Stephanopoulus
Norman Johns ... Ship's Officer
Steve Cory ... Steward
Colin Fry ... Man
The Kenny Powell Trio ... Themselves

Season 2, Episode 25: Six Hands Across a Table

16 March 1963
Cathy's quiet weekend visiting with a friend is ruined by treachery, scheming and mysterious accidents.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Guy Doleman ... Oliver Waldner
Campbell Singer ... George Stanley

Philip Madoc ... Julian Seabrook

Edward de Souza ... Brian Collier
John Wentworth ... Sir Charles Reniston
Sylvia Bidmead ... Rosalind
Frank Sieman ... Bert Barnes
Stephen Hancock ... Draughtsman

Freda Bamford ... Lady Reniston
Gillian Barclay ... Miss Francis

Ilona Rodgers ... Receptionist
Ian Cunningham ... Butler

Season 2, Episode 26: Killer Whale

23 March 1963
Steed suspects that the gymnasium Cathy is using to train a prize-fighter is actually the front for a gang of ambergris smugglers.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Patrick Magee ... Pancho

John Bailey ... Fernand
Kenneth Farrington ... Joey
Morris Perry ... Harry
John Tate ... Willie
Julie Paulle ... Angela
Christopher Coll ... Laboratory Assistant
Robert Mill ... Brown

Fredric Abbott ... Sailor (as Fredric Abbot)
Lyndall Goodman ... Receptionist
Brian Mason ... Tiger
June Hodgson ... Model (as Models from the Kenneth Sweet Collection)
Diane Keys ... Model (as Models from the Kenneth Sweet Collection)
Elaine Little ... Model (as Models from the Kenneth Sweet Collection)
Terry Brewer ... Boxer (uncredited)
Valentino Musetti ... Boxer (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Brief for Murder

28 September 1963
The Avengers are tasked to investigate the Lakin brothers, two elderly lawyers with an amazing success record, having recently had an obvious traitor acquitted. In order to find out the secret of their success, Steed takes advice from them on how to murder Mrs. Gale and is then defended by them following her 'death'.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

John Laurie ... Jasper Lakin

Harold Scott ... Miles Lakin

Helen Lindsay ... Barbara Kingston
Alec Ross ... Wescott
June Thody ... Dicey
Anthony Baird ... Wilson
Alice Fraser ... Miss Prinn
Fred Ferris ... Marsh
Michael Goldie ... Bart
Robert S. Young ... Judge (as Robert Young)
Pamela Wardel ... Maisie
Walter Swash ... Foreman of the Jury

Season 3, Episode 2: The Undertakers

5 October 1963
A man whom Steed was to escort to New York disappears, before re-surfacing at the Adelphi Park Retirement Home. Then his neighbour turns up there. All the residents at the home are extremely wealthy and have named their next of kin as beneficiaries to avoid death duties. Mrs. Gale gets a job as assistant matron there to discover what is going on.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Lee Patterson ... Lomax

Jan Holden ... Paula
Lally Bowers ... Mrs. Renter

Patrick Holt ... Madden
Mandy Miller ... Daphne
Howard Goorney ... Green
Marcella Markham ... Mrs. Lomax
Ronald Russell ... Wilkinson
Helena McCarthy ... Mrs. Baker
Denis Forsyth ... Reeve

Season 3, Episode 3: Man with Two Shadows

12 October 1963
A young government official staying at a holiday camp is killed and replaced by an exact double, part of a plan to gain information. Two other doppelgangers are also part of the plot, being hatched in the camp, and Mrs. Gale is sent to deal with the false Steed. Hopefully, she will get the right one.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale
Daniel Moynihan ... Gordon
Paul Whitsun-Jones ... Charles
Philip Anthony ... Cummings
Gwendolyn Watts ... Julie

Geoffrey Palmer ... Dr. Terence
Anne Godfrey ... Miss Quist
George Little ... Sigi

Doug Robinson ... Rudi (as Douglas Robinson)
Terence Lodge ... Borowski
Robert Lankesheer ... Holiday Camp Official

Season 3, Episode 4: The Nutshell

19 October 1963
The Nutshell is the name of a secure underground bunker, to be used by the government in the event of a nuclear war and Steed and Mrs. Gale are shown around it. When military secrets start to be leaked the finger of suspicion points to Steed as a traitor and it is down to Mrs. Gale to clear her colleague's name.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Charles 'Bud' Tingwell ... Venner (as Charles Tingwell)

John Cater ... Disco
Patricia Haines ... Laura
Christine Shaw ... Susan

Edina Ronay ... Elin
Ian Clark ... Anderson
Ray Browne ... Alex
Jan Conrad ... Jason
Edwin Brown ... Military Policeman

Season 3, Episode 5: Death of a Batman

26 October 1963
Steed attends the funeral of his former batman Wrightson, who had become a draughtsman on a modest salary in civilian life. However, at the will reading everyone is shocked to learn that he was exceedingly rich and apparently by honest means. Steed and Mrs. Gale investigate and uncover an ambitious plot involving insider trading.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

André Morell ... Lord Teale (as Andre Morell)

Philip Madoc ... Van Doren
Katy Greenwood ... Lady Cynthia

David Burke ... John Wrightson
Geoffrey Alexander ... Gibbs
Kitty Atwood ... Edith Wrightson (as Kitty Attwood)
Ray Browne ... Cooper

Season 3, Episode 6: November Five

2 November 1963
Michael Dyter, the newly elected M.P. for South East Anglia, is assassinated after he has threatened to expose a government plot concerning the theft of a nuclear warhead. Mrs. Gale replaces him as a potential political candidate but she and Steed discover that Dyter is actually alive and in possession of the war-head, which he intends to set off on November the Fifth.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale
Ruth Dunning ... Mrs. Dove
David Davies ... Arthur Dove
Ric Hutton ... Mark St. John

David Langton ... Major Swinburne
Iris Russell ... Fiona

Gary Hope ... Dyter

Joe Robinson ... Max

Aimée Delamain ... 1st Lady
John Murray Scott ... Returning Officer
Frank Maher ... Farmer

Season 3, Episode 7: The Gilded Cage

9 November 1963
J. P. Spagge is an international criminal mastermind and The Avengers have a plan to trap him. They pose as thieves out to steal three million pounds worth of gold from a holding vault, though the heist goes wrong when Mrs. Gale is caught. In the event,this turns out to be merely a trick on the part of Spagge, to determine whether or not the 'robbers' are genuine. The real robbery is yet to come.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Patrick Magee ... J. P. Spagge
Edric Connor ... Abe Benham
Norman Chappell ... Fleming
Margo Cunningham ... Wardress

Fredric Abbott ... Manley
Alan Haywood ... Westwood

Martin Friend ... Hammond
Terence Soall ... Peterson
Geoff L'Cise ... Gruber
Douglas Cummings ... Barker

Neil Wilson ... Groves

Season 3, Episode 8: Second Sight

16 November 1963
Steed is involved in the escort of a pair of corneas to be used in a graft to give sight to Martin Halvarsson, a millionaire who has been blind since the Second World War. A doctor who opines that there is something wrong with the procedure is murdered and then it turns out that the donor of the corneas was also killed, apparently by one of Halvarsson's staff. The Avengers investigate.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

John Carson ... Marten Halvarssen
Judith Bruce ... Eve Hawn (as Judy Bruce)

Peter Bowles ... Neil Anstice

Ronald Adam ... Dr. Spender

Steven Scott ... Dr. Vilner
Terry Brewer ... Steiner
Pamela Plant ... Nurse (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: The Medicine Men

23 November 1963
Steed discovers that somebody is flooding the market with cheap imitations of medical products being manufactured by the Willis-Sopwith Pharmaceutical Company. Furthermore, there is a plan to distribute poisoned medicines in an oil-rich Middle Eastern country to start a revolution and drive out the British companies there.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Peter Barkworth ... Geoffrey Willis
Newton Blick ... John Willis
Harold Innocent ... Frank Leeson
Joy Wood ... Miss Dowell
Monica Stevenson ... Fay
John Crocker ... Taylor
Peter Hughes ... Edwards
Brenda Cowling ... Masseuse

Season 3, Episode 10: The Grandeur That Was Rome

30 November 1963
When a spate of strange diseases breaks out on a global scale, the Avengers find out that grain being distributed by the United Food and Dressing Limited, has been deliberately tampered with and infected with ergot.Whilst investigating the firm's headquarters Mrs. Gale is caught and whisked off to a reconstruction of Ancient Rome, ruled by a mad, would-be Caesar called Bruno. His aim is to unleash bubonic plague upon the world and intends to test its effects on Mrs. Gale.

Season 3, Episode 11: The Golden Fleece

7 December 1963
Leaving a Chinese restaurant Steed picks up the wrong coat and finds a cheque to the value of £5,000 drawn to a bank in Hong Kong. It becomes evident that the restaurant is the front for an international gold smuggling operation, run by big wig Mr. Lo. However, the Avengers are surprised to encounter Major Ruse, a modern Robin Hood, and his band of ex-servicemen who are exploiting the racket for a worthy cause.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Warren Mitchell ... Captain Jason
Tenniel Evans ... Major Ruse

Barry Linehan ... Sgt. Major Wright

Robert Lee ... Mr. Lo
Barbara Yu Ling ... Mrs. Kwan (as Yu Ling)
Lisa Peake ... Esther
Ronald Wilson ... Private Holmes
Michael Hawkins ... Corporal Jones
Junia ... Herself (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Don't Look Behind You

14 December 1963
Mrs. Gale is invited to spend a weekend at the stately home of Sir Cavalier Rasagne, an authority on medieval costume. However, when she arrives there is no sign of her host and before long it becomes clear that she has been set up by a man called Martin Goodman, who is planning a slow and sadistic revenge for the fact that, years earlier, he believes she broke his heart. Steed has to find her.

Season 3, Episode 13: Death a La Carte

21 December 1963
A Middle eastern emir, Abdulla Akaba, comes to London as he does every year for his health check up by specialist doctor Spender. Steed believes that the emir will be killed by poisoning and poses as a chef at the hotel where he is staying.Poisoned mushrooms are detected but the emir actually dies of what appear to be natural causes. Has Dr. Spender engineered this ? Or a member of the emir's staff? And why? The Avengers investigate.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Robert James ... Mellor
Henry Lincoln ... Emir Abdulla Akaba (as Henry Soskin)
Paul Dawkins ... Dr. Spender
Ken Parry ... Arbuthnot

Gordon Rollings ... Lucien

David Nettheim ... Umberto
Coral Atkins ... Josie
Valentino Musetti ... Ali

Season 3, Episode 14: Dressed to Kill

28 December 1963
All of the country's early warning systems bar one go off, mistakenly suggesting a nuclear attack. When land is about to be sold, adjacent to the one that was not sounded, interested buyers are invited to a fancy dress party on board a train. Steed, dressed as a gambler, and Mrs. Gale, a monk - and later a highwaywoman - join the party, where they meet the likes of Robin Hood and Napoleon Bonaparte and have to decide which one is a killer and why?

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Leonard Rossiter ... Robin Hood

Alexander Davion ... Napoleon

Richard Leech ... Policeman

John Junkin ... Sheriff

Anneke Wills ... Pussy Cat
Anthea Windham ... Highwaywoman

Leon Eagles ... Newman
Frank Maher ... Barman
Peter Fontaine ... 1st Officer

Season 3, Episode 15: The White Elephant

4 January 1964
Snowy, an albino elephant, is stolen from Noah's Ark, a specialist zoo run by Noah Marshall, specializing in distributing rare animals. Mrs. Gale's experience of living in Africa enables her to investigate when she puts herself forward as an ex-big game hunter applying for a position at the zoo. She uncovers an illegal ivory trade but ends up in the big cat's cage. . .

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Godfrey Quigley ... Noah Marshall

Edwin Richfield ... Lawrence

Scott Forbes ... Conniston
Bruno Barnabe ... Fitch

Judy Parfitt ... Brenda Paterson
Rowena Gregory ... Madge Jordan
Toke Townley ... Joseph

Martin Friend ... George

Season 3, Episode 16: The Little Wonders

11 January 1964
The late reverend Harbottle was not what he seemed, as the gun and the antique German doll containing a micro-film,found in his belongings testify. In fact he was a member of Bibliotek, outwardly a religious organization but actually a front for a global crime syndicate. Posing as a man of the cloth, Steed enters their ranks and discovers a plot by certain factions to kill their leader, the bishop of Winnipeg. When the bishop perishes, Steed finds himself up against his deputy,gun-toting Sister Johnson.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale
Kenneth J. Warren ... Fingers

David Bauer ... Bishop

Lois Maxwell ... Sister Johnson

Tony Steedman ... Beardmore

Harry Landis ... Harry
John Cowley ... Big Sid
Rosemarie Dunham ... Gerda
Frank Maher ... Hasek
Alex McDonald ... Porter (as Alex MacDonald)
Mark Heath ... Coalman
Christopher Robbie ... Thug
Rick Jones ... Thug

Season 3, Episode 17: The Wringer

18 January 1964
When five British agents working on the Corinthia espionage line between Austria and Hungary disappear, Steed is sent to investigate. Sadly for him, the sole survivor, Hal Anderson, points the finger at him as the traitor, and he sent to a brutal interrogation centre where a man known as the Wringer uses torture as part of his methods. Mrs. Gale does not doubt Steed's integrity and uncovers gross, not to say, criminal, negligence on the part of her superiors.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Peter Sallis ... Hal Anderson
Paul Whitsun-Jones ... Charles

Barry Letts ... Oliver
Gerald Sim ... Lovell
Terence Lodge ... The Wringer
Neil Robinson ... Bethune
Douglas Cummings ... Murdo

Season 3, Episode 18: Mandrake

25 January 1964
Steed attends the funeral of a former colleague and not only suspects foul play but is struck by the fact that the tiny, isolated Cornish churchyard contains the corpses of several worthies hardly to be associated with the area. His investigations lead to a sinister assassination bureau, Mandrake Investments, who bury poison victims in the churchyard because its proximity to an old tin mine means that the nature of the soil prevents the detection of the poison.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

John Le Mesurier ... Dr. Macombie

George Benson ... Rev. Whyper

Madge Ryan ... Eve Turner
Philip Locke ... Roy Hopkins

Annette Andre ... Judy (as Annette André)
Robert Morris ... Benson
Jackie Pallo ... Sexton

Season 3, Episode 19: The Secrets Broker

1 February 1964
An agent is killed at a wine shop and Steed realises that one of two brothers ,Frederick Paignton, who work in the shop has been blackmailed by his boss into the murder. In the shop's cellar there is a dark room, used to develop military secrets on microfilm. Frederick's brother Allan's fiancee Marion, meanwhile,, is being forced to shut down the security system at the research station where she works. Mrs. Gale investigates the latter whilst Steed employs his nose for a good vintage.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Avice Landone ... Mrs. Wilson (as Avice Landon)
Jack May ... Waller
Ronald Allen ... Allan Paignton
John Stone ... Frederick Paignton
Patricia English ... Marion Howard

John Ringham ... Cliff Howard
Brian Hankins ... Jim Carey
Jennifer Wood ... Julia Wilson
Valentino Musetti ... Bruno

Season 3, Episode 20: Trojan Horse

8 February 1964
Whilst protecting the race horse of a visiting dignitary in England for the current racing season Steed observes that George Meadows, owner of the livery stables, is behaving oddly. This leads him to uncover a murder organization in which jockeys with high-powered binoculars single out chosen victims and kill them with poison darts.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale
Basil Dignam ... Major Ronald Pantling

T.P. McKenna ... Tony Heuston
Derek Newark ... Johnson
Arthur Pentelow ... George Meadows
Geoffrey Whitehead ... Rt. Hon. Lucien Ffordsham
Lucinda Curtis ... Ann Meadows
John Lowe ... Lynton Smith
James Donnelly ... Kirby
Marjorie Keys ... Tote Girl
Wilfred Boyle ... Ambulance man (uncredited)
Jack Cooper ... Brown (uncredited)
Michael Harrison ... Racegoer (uncredited)
Glen Holloway ... Racegoer (uncredited)
Stephanie Lacey ... Racegoer (uncredited)
John Lynn ... Ambulance man (uncredited)
Cecilia May ... Barmaid (uncredited)
Jack Niles ... Racegoer (uncredited)
Bob Raymond ... Bookie's Assistant (uncredited)
Winifred Sabine ... Barmaid (uncredited)
Benn Simons ... Bookie's Assistant (uncredited)
Walter Swash ... Racegoer (uncredited)
Colin Vancao ... Stable hand (uncredited)
John Sackville West ... Racegoer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: Build a Better Mousetrap

15 February 1964
Angered by a noisy motor bike gang who ride on their land, elderly sisters Cynthia and Ermyntrude Peck, who claim to be witches, cast a spell which causes all the motor-bikes to stall. Not only that but almost every electronic and mechanical object in the area also tends to malfunction. Mrs. Gale in her leathers joins the gang to ask permission from the sisters to ride on their property and in the process discovers that these two sweet old dears may actually be in possession of a sophisticated long range jamming device. They may have built a better mouse-trap but it will cause some unsavoury types to beat a path to their door.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale
Athene Seyler ... Cynthia

Nora Nicholson ... Ermyntrude

Harold Goodwin ... Harris
John Tate ... Colonel Wesker
Alison Seebohm ... Caroline
Donald Webster ... Dave
Marian Diamond ... Jessy
Allan McClelland ... Stigant
Dave Anderson ... Gordon (as David Anderson)

Season 3, Episode 22: The Outside-In Man

22 February 1964
Five years earlier the British Secret Service ordered Mark Charter to assassinate Sharp, a renegade British agent who defected to the enemy state of Abarain. But now the two countries are at peace and it is Sharp who has come to broker an important arms deal in Britain on behalf of his government. Charter, supposedly dead but actually in jail, is now free and is coming after Sharp, giving Steed the unusual task of protecting an erstwhile traitor.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale
Ronald Radd ... Quilpie
James Maxwell ... Mark Charter
William Devlin ... Ambassador
Basil Hoskins ... Major Zulficar
Beryl Baxter ... Helen Rayner
Arthur Lovegrove ... Michael Lynden
Virginia Stride ... Alice
Philip Anthony ... Sharp
Anthony Dawes ... Edwards
Ronald Mansell ... Jenkins
Valentino Musetti ... Guard
Eddie Powell ... Guard
Paul Blomley ... Butcher

Season 3, Episode 23: The Charmers

29 February 1964
Agent Vinkel is the latest spy from 'the other side' to get polished off and, as ever, Steed is implicated but he persuades the opposition it would be best for the two camps to team up and expose a third party, committing the murders for their own agenda. Mrs. Gale is paired with Russian Martin, who, alas, gets killed at the dentist's. Steed and his partner, Kim Lawrence - actually an actress employed by the other side to test him - follow a trail to a charm school for English gentlemen - in reality an academy for assassins.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale
Fenella Fielding ... Kim Lawrence

Warren Mitchell ... Keller
Brian Oulton ... Mr. Edgar

Vivian Pickles ... Betty Smythe
John Barcroft ... Martin
Malcolm Russell ... Horace Cleeves

Frank Mills ... Harrap
John Greenwood ... Sam
Peter Porteous ... Vinkel
Trevor Ainsley ... Bit part (uncredited)
James Darwin ... Bit part (uncredited)
Derek Hunt ... Bit part (uncredited)
Howard Kingsley ... Peters (uncredited)
Leonard Kingston ... Snob (uncredited)
Brian McNeil ... Bit part (uncredited)
Paul Read ... Bit part (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: Concerto

7 March 1964
Stefan Veliko, a young Russian pianist, is making his concert debut in London. However, he is being used as a pawn in a game to wreck Anglo-Soviet relationships. First a young woman is found dead in his apartment, which is exploited to blackmail him into killing a delegate during a piano recital. Fortunately, he has the Avengers on his side, although it is a close call for Mrs. Gale.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Nigel Stock ... Zalenko

Sandor Elès ... Stefan Veliko (as Sandor Eles)

Dorinda Stevens ... Darleen
Bernard Brown ... Peterson
Geoffrey Colville ... Burns (as Geoffrey Colvile)
Carol Ward ... Receptionist (as Carole Ward)
Valerie Bell ... Polly White
Leslie Glazer ... Robbins
Junia ... Herself
Lauderdale Beckett ... Bit part (uncredited)
Terry Brewer ... Thug (uncredited)
Corrine Burford ... Concerto guest (uncredited)
John Cabot ... Bit part (uncredited)
Richard Cuthbert ... Concerto guest (uncredited)
Daphne Davey ... Bit part (uncredited)
Victor Harrington ... Concerto guest (uncredited)
Howard Kingsley ... Club patron (uncredited)
Valentino Musetti ... Thug (uncredited)
Rex Rashley ... Concerto guest (uncredited)
Dorothy Robson ... Bit part (uncredited)
Gregory Scott ... Concerto guest (uncredited)
Benn Simons ... Club patron (uncredited)
Lynn Taylor ... Stripper (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 25: Esprit De Corps

14 March 1964
Young Highland Guardsman Corporal Craig is found shot, his corpse containing bullets from three separate guns. He has been shot by a firing squad, for treason, and when Steed re-enlists in the Army under his old rank of Major, he could very well end up the same way, thanks to a bizarre plot by latter day Jacobites, whose plan is to overthrow the monarchy and crown a descendant of the Stuart dynasty, a descendant who just happens to be Mrs. Gale!

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale

Duncan Macrae ... Brigadier General Sir Ian Stuart-Bollinger
Joyce Heron ... Lady Dorothy Stuart-Bollinger

Roy Kinnear ... Private Jessop

John Thaw ... Captain Trench
Pearl Catlin ... Mrs. Craig

Doug Robinson ... Sergeant Marsh (as Douglas Robinson)
Hugh Morton ... Admiral

Anthony Blackshaw ... Private Asquith
James Falkland ... Signaller
George Alexander ... Piper
Tony Lambden ... Drummer
George Macrae ... Highland Dancer
George Fisher ... Private Collins (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 26: Lobster Quadrille

21 March 1964
In investigating the death of a colleague who has died in a fire Steed and Mrs. Gale find an ornately-carved chess piece in the dead man's possession. This leads them to an importation business. On the face of it the commodity is lobsters but it is the front for a gang trying to smuggle heroin into the country.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Honor Blackman ... Catherine Gale
Leslie Sands ... Captain Slim

Burt Kwouk ... Mason
Gary Watson ... Bush

Jennie Linden ... Katie
Norman Scace ... Dr. Stannage

Corin Redgrave ... Quentin Slim
Valentino Musetti ... Jackson (as Valentino Mussetti)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Town of No Return

28 September 1965
Steed and Emma visit a mysterious coastal town where several agents have vanished, and where the locals are not all they seem.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel
Alan MacNaughtan ... Brandon (as Alan MacNaughton)

Patrick Newell ... Smallwood
Terence Alexander ... 'Piggy' Warren

Jeremy Burnham ... Vicar

Robert Brown ... Saul
Juliet Harmer ... Jill Manson
Walter Horsbrugh ... School Inspector
Tony O'Leary ... Dart Player (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: The Gravediggers

9 October 1965
Steed & Peel must find out why an early warning radar is failing. Emma joins the staff of The Sir Horace Winslip Hospital for Ailing Railwaymen while Steed has lunch with Sir Horace's aboard his private, indoor train.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Ronald Fraser ... Sir Horace Winslip
Paul Massie ... Johnson

Caroline Blakiston ... Miss Thirlwell
Victor Platt ... Sexton
Charles Lamb ... Fred

Wanda Ventham ... Nurse Spray

Ray Austin ... Baron

Steven Berkoff ... Sager
Bryan Mosley ... Miller
Lloyd Lamble ... Dr. Marlow
Cliff Diggins ... Pallbearer (uncredited)
Aubrey Richards ... Dr. Palmer (uncredited)
Michael Stevens ... Pallbearer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: The Cybernauts

16 October 1965
The Avengers investigate a series of murders of Corporate men, who have all been bidding on a new circuit element. Each one of them seems to have been killed by a powerful Karate blow, so Mrs. Peel visits a Karate Dojo, Steed's inquiries lead him to United Automation, where ex-Ministry scientist Dr. Armstrong is working on an electronic brain, not to mention cybernetic men.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Michael Gough ... Dr. Armstrong

Frederick Jaeger ... Benson

Bernard Horsfall ... Jephcott

Burt Kwouk ... Tusamo (as Bert Kwouk)

John Hollis ... Sensai

Ronald Leigh-Hunt ... Lambert (as Ronald Leigh Hunt)
Gordon Whiting ... Hammond
Alan Chuntz ... Martial Artist (uncredited)

Peter Diamond ... Guard (uncredited)
Joe Dunne ... Martial Artist (uncredited)
George Fisher ... Martial Artist (uncredited)
John Franklyn-Robbins ... Gilbert (uncredited)
Mike Reid ... Martial Artist (uncredited)

Katherine Schofield ... Oyuka (uncredited)

Lucille Soong ... Miss Smith (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Death at Bargain Prices

23 October 1965
When a colleague is found dead in a large London department store Steed and Mrs. Peel go undercover as staff members, exposing a dastardly plot by the wheelchair-bound Horatio Kane to devastate the capital with a huge bomb housed within the store.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

André Morell ... Horatio Kane (as Andre Morell)

T.P. McKenna ... Wentworth

Allan Cuthbertson ... Farthingale

George Selway ... Massey
Harvey Ashby ... Marco

John Cater ... Jarvis
Peter Howell ... Professor Popple

Ronnie Stevens ... Glynn

Diane Clare ... Julie

Arthur Gross ... Moran (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: Castle De'ath

30 October 1965
When an agent in diving gear is found dead in a Scottish loch yet substantially taller than he was whilst he was alive Steed and Mrs. Peel visit a remote castle owned by the feuding De'ath cousins, Ian and Angus, to investigate the sinister goings-on.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Gordon Jackson ... Ian

Robert Urquhart ... Angus
Jack Lambert ... McNab
James Copeland ... Roberton
Russell Waters ... Controller
Terence Mountain ... Gillie (uncredited)
Michael Stevens ... Guard watching Steed (uncredited)
Rocky Taylor ... Gillie (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: The Master Minds

6 November 1965
Government minister Sir Clive Todd is wounded as he and other ministers try to steal top secret documents. He has no idea why he did it and hypnosis is suggested. All concerned belonged to a club for people with high I.Q.s called RANSACK, who are about to meet at a school. The Avengers join the club in order to expose the mastermind behind the next heist - the theft of a plane from an R.A.F. base.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel
Laurence Hardy ... Sir Clive Todd
Patricia Haines ... Holly Trent

Bernard Archard ... Desmond Leeming
Ian MacNaughton ... Dr. Fergus Campbell (as Ian McNaughton)
John Wentworth ... Sir Jeremy
Georgina Ward ... Davinia Todd
Manning Wilson ... Major Plessy
Jack Cooper ... Gymnast (uncredited)
Harvey Hall ... Guard #1 / Heavy in opening teaser (uncredited)
Harry Hutchinson ... Sir Clive Todd's Butler (uncredited)
Nigel Lambert ... Lt. Hardcastle (uncredited)
Martin Miller ... Professor Spencer (uncredited)
Elizabeth Reber ... Cute Egghead (uncredited)
Paddy Ryan ... Gym Heavy (uncredited)
Emile Stemmler ... Barman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: The Murder Market

12 November 1965
Mr. Steed and Mrs. Peel investigate a murder-for-hire organization fronting as a matchmaking bureau.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Patrick Cargill ... Mr. Lovejoy

Suzanne Lloyd ... Barbara Wakefield
Naomi Chance ... Mrs. Stone

Peter Bayliss ... Dinsford

John Woodvine ... Robert Stone
Edward Underdown ... Jonathan Stone

Barbara Roscoe ... Receptionist

John Forgeham ... Beale (as John Forgham)
George Hilsdon ... Pallbearer (uncredited)

Penelope Keith ... Bride (uncredited)
Anthony Lang ... Funeral Mourner (uncredited)
Roger Milner ... J.G. Henshaw (uncredited)
Terry Richards ... Employee in the Marriage Bureau (uncredited)
Colin Vancao ... Bridegroom (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: A Surfeit of H2O

20 November 1965
After a village poacher drowns in the middle of an open field, The Avengers are soon on the trail of a mad scientist able to control the weather.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Noel Purcell ... Jonah Barnard

Albert Lieven ... Dr. Sturm

Sue Lloyd ... Joyce Jason

Talfryn Thomas ... Eli Barker

John Kidd ... Sir Arnold Kelly

Geoffrey Palmer ... Martin Smythe
John Adams ... Heckler (uncredited)
Del Baker ... Heckler (uncredited)

Terence Plummer ... Frederick (uncredited)
Charles Rayford ... Heckler (uncredited)
John Timberlake ... Heckler (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: The Hour That Never Was

27 November 1965
On their way to a closing down party at an air base the Avengers' car crashes when they swerve to avoid hitting a dog. The air base proves to be deserted and Steed is knocked out. When he recovers he is back at the car but minus Mrs. Peel and the party, when he gets there, is in full swing. It would seem that he has gone back an hour in time.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel
Gerald Harper ... Geoffrey Ridsdale
Dudley Foster ... Philip Leas

Roy Kinnear ... Hickey

Roger Booth ... 'Porky' Purser
Daniel Moynihan ... Corporal Barman
David Morrell ... Wiggins
Fred Haggerty ... Driver

Ray Austin ... Dead Milkman (uncredited)
Harold Coyne ... Unconscious RAF officer (uncredited)
Cliff Diggins ... Thug (uncredited)
Royston Farrell ... Officer (uncredited)
Charles Rayford ... Camp Cook (uncredited)
Sadie Slade ... Blonde (uncredited)
Esme Smythe ... Officer's wife (uncredited)
Jim Tyson ... Civilian guest (uncredited)
John Wilder ... Civilian guest (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 10: Dial a Deadly Number

4 December 1965
Company chairmen across the city are dropping dead, apparently through natural causes. Can Steed and Mrs Peel discover who is making a killing?

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Clifford Evans ... Henry Boardman

Jan Holden ... Ruth Boardman
Anthony Newlands ... Ben Jago

John Carson ... Fitch

Peter Bowles ... John Harvey
Gerald Sim ... Frederick Yuill
Michael Trubshawe ... The General
Norman Chappell ... Macombie

John Bailey ... Warner
Edward Cast ... Waiter

Michael Barrington ... Norman Todhunter (uncredited)
Ernest Blyth ... Club Steward (uncredited)
George Fisher ... Quinn (uncredited)
Juba Kennerley ... Club Member (uncredited)
Tina Packer ... Suzanne (uncredited)
Paddy Smith ... Henry Boardman's Butler (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 11: Man-Eater of Surrey Green

11 December 1965
A man-eating plant from outer space lands in Middle England and takes several top horticulturists as its prisoners in an effort to germinate the Earth. Fortunately for the Earth, Steed just happens to be a herbicidal maniac.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Derek Farr ... Sir Lyle Petersen
Athene Seyler ... Doctor Sheldon

Gillian Lewis ... Laura Burford
William Job ... Alan Carter
David Hutcheson ... Wing Commander Davies
Joe Ritchie ... Publican
Donald Oliver ... Bob Pearson

Joby Blanshard ... Joe Mercer
Alan Chuntz ... Soldier (uncredited)
Edwin Finn ... Professor Taylor (uncredited)
Vince Fleming ... Labourer (uncredited)

John G. Heller ... Lennox (uncredited)
Ross Hutchinson ... Dr. Connelly (uncredited)
Jim O'Brady ... Labourer (uncredited)
Fred Peck ... Labourer (uncredited)
Harry Shacklock ... Professor Knight (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: Two's a Crowd

18 December 1965
A mysterious Russian called Psev is arriving for a conference at which Steed and Mrs. Peel have been hired to act as the security guards. However, a man called Gordon Webster who is an exact double for Steed turns up and offers his services to Psev's entourage of four people, fooling Mrs. Peel in the process and agreeing to kill Steed. Though he is thwarted it turns out that Psev is also not exactly the man that everybody had expected him to be.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Warren Mitchell ... Brodny
Maria Machado ... Alicia Elena

Alec Mango ... Shvedloff
Wolfe Morris ... Pudeshkin

Julian Glover ... Vogel

John Bluthal ... Ivenko
Eric Lander ... Major Carson
Lewis Alexander ... Defence Chief (uncredited)
Alan Harris ... Man at Party (uncredited)
Bill Hibbert ... Guard (uncredited)
Aileen Lewis ... Fashion Show Audience (uncredited)
Anthony Sheppard ... Greesha, Guard (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: Too Many Christmas Trees

25 December 1965
Steed has been having bad dreams involving Christmas trees and a man dressed as Santa Claus. At a party given by publisher and Dickens fan Brandon Storey, two telepathic spies attempt to read Steed's mind and make sense of the dream. However, the dream is echoed exactly by the events of the party, enabling Steed to spot the villains in advance and identify the dangerous Santa.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Mervyn Johns ... Brandon Storey

Edwin Richfield ... Dr. Felix Teasel

Jeanette Sterke ... Janice Crane (as Jeannette Sterke)

Alex Scott ... Martin Trasker

Robert James ... Jenkins
Barry Warren ... Jeremy Wade

Season 4, Episode 14: Silent Dust

31 December 1965
When birds begin to fall from branches in flocks, it seems someone is using the banned chemical Silent Dust in the countryside of Cornwall. Steed and Peel soon find out a that a small group of local landowners is planning to use the Dust a to blackmail the country by destroying Dorsett.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel
William Franklyn ... Omrod

Jack Watson ... Juggins

Conrad Phillips ... Mellors

Norman Bird ... Croft
Hilary Wontner ... Minister
Joanna Wake ... Miss Snow

Isobel Black ... Clare Prendergast
Charles Lloyd Pack ... Sir Manfred Fellows

Aubrey Morris ... Quince
Robert Dorning ... Howard
Graham Ashley ... Pub Landlord (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 15: Room Without a View

8 January 1966
Dr. Wadkin, one of 7 scientist who have disappeared over the last year, suddenly reappears and attacks his Chinese wife. Steed and Peel find out that all of the missing scientist stayed at room 621 of the Chessman hotel before they vanished. Against her will, Emma poses as a receptionist while Steed pretends to be the famous food critic, M. Gourmet.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel
Paul Whitsun-Jones ... Chessman

Peter Jeffrey ... Varnals
Richard Bebb ... Dr. Cullen

Philip Latham ... Carter

Peter Arne ... Pasold

Vernon Dobtcheff ... Pushkin

Peter Madden ... Dr. Wadkin
Vic Chapman ... Waiter (uncredited)

Anthony Chinn ... Oriental Interrogator / Laundryman #3 (uncredited)
Michael Dempsey ... Waiter (uncredited)

Romo Gorrara ... Guard #1 / Laundryman #1 (uncredited)
Fred Machon ... Lift Attendant (uncredited)
Aleta Morrison ... Day Receptionist (uncredited)

Terence Plummer ... Guard (uncredited)
Jeanne Roland ... Anna Wadkin (uncredited)
Fred Stone ... Head Waiter (uncredited)
John Tatum ... Lift Operator (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 16: Small Game for Big Hunters

15 January 1966
A man dressed in tropical clothes is found in Hertfortshire with an Kalayan arrow in his back. He has then fallen into a coma, yet there is no poison to be detected. All clues lead to an delusional Colonel living close by in a simulated tropical climate as if he were still serving in Kalaya. While Emma watches over an increasing number of comatose men, 'Major' Steed is invited into the Colonel's officers club with open arms, but is not allowed to leave.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel
Bill Fraser ... Colonel Rawlings
James Villiers ... Simon Trent

Liam Redmond ... Professor Swain
A.J. Brown ... Dr. Gibson

Peter Burton ... Fleming
Paul Danquah ... Razafi
Tom Gill ... Tropical Outfitter
Ester Anderson ... Lala (as Esther Anderson)
Peter Thomas ... Kendrick
George Fisher ... Tribesman (uncredited)
John Harrison ... Old Tribesman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 17: The Girl from Auntie

21 January 1966
When Steed returns home early from a holiday, he finds Mrs. Peel replaced by an actress, Georgie Price-Jones. Subsequently everyone involved in the hiring of Georgie is stabbed to death with double-O knitting needles. It seems the real Mrs. Peel has become Lot 17 of 'Art Incorporated', an organization which prides itself on being able to obtain any object for any one as long as the price is right.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel
Liz Fraser ... Georgie Price-Jones
Alfred Burke ... Gregorio Auntie

Bernard Cribbins ... Arkwright

David Bauer ... Ivanoff
Mary Merrall ... Old Lady

Sylvia Coleridge ... Aunt Hetty

Yolande Turner ... Receptionist
Ray Martine ... Taxi Driver
Maurice Browning ... Russian
John Rutland ... Fred Jacques
Patience Collier ... Knitter (uncredited)
Royston Farrell ... Marshall (uncredited)
Vince Fleming ... Paul Jacques (uncredited)

Romo Gorrara ... Guard (uncredited)
Gertrude Kaye ... Knitter (uncredited)
Alan Meacham ... Auction Hand (uncredited)
Art Thomas ... Man in Old Lady Disguise (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 18: The Thirteenth Hole

29 January 1966
Steed and Mrs. Peel join an exclusive golf club to catch a government scientist passing secrets to the Iron Curtain.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Patrick Allen ... Reed
Hugh Manning ... Colonel Watson

Peter Jones ... Dr. Adams

Victor Maddern ... Jackson

Francis Matthews ... Collins

Donald Hewlett ... Waversham
Norman Wynne ... Professor Minley

Richard Marner ... Man on T.V. screen
Tony Castleton ... Barman (uncredited)
Bill Hibbert ... Edward 'Ted' Murphy (uncredited)
Peter Rendell ... Scientist on T.V. Screen (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 19: Quick-Quick Slow Death

5 February 1966
When a foreign agent is caught trying to dispose of a body, the investigation leads Steed and Mrs. Peel to a dancing school that's infiltrating the country with enemy spies.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Eunice Gayson ... Lucille Banks
Maurice Kaufmann ... Ivor Bracewell

Carole Gray ... Nicki

Larry Cross ... Chester Read

James Belchamber ... Peever

John Woodnutt ... Captain Noble
Alan Gerrard ... Fintry
David Kernan ... Piedi
Colin Ellis ... Bernard

Graham Armitage ... Huggins
Charles Hodgson ... Syder
Ronald Govey ... Bank Manager
Michael Peake ... Willi Fehr

Raymond Adamson ... Boris (uncredited)
Pauline Chamberlain ... Dancer (uncredited)
Gerry Judge ... Dancer (uncredited)
Anthony Lang ... Pallbearer #2 (uncredited)
Alan Meacham ... Dancer (uncredited)
Philip Stewart ... Dancer (uncredited)

Fred Wood ... Pallbearer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 20: The Danger Makers

12 February 1966
Someone is organizing a group of danger craving psychopaths. Steed and Mrs. Peel must stop them before their next caper - stealing the crown jewels.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Nigel Davenport ... Robertson
Douglas Wilmer ... Dr. Long

Fabia Drake ... Colonel Adams
Moray Watson ... Peters
Adrian Ropes ... Stanhope
Richard Coleman ... R.A.F. Officer

John Gatrell ... Lamble
Joe Dunne ... R.A.F. Danger Maker (uncredited)
Royston Farrell ... R.A.F. Aircraftsman (uncredited)

Romo Gorrara ... Army Danger Maker (uncredited)
Eric Kent ... Lorry Passenger (uncredited)

Terence Plummer ... Navy Danger Maker (uncredited)
Joe Wadham ... Van driver (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 21: A Touch of Brimstone

19 February 1966
A modern day Hellfire Club, led by libertine John Cleverly Cartney, plans to incite chaos by killing three foreign Prime Ministers.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Peter Wyngarde ... John Cartney

Colin Jeavons ... Darcy

Carol Cleveland ... Sara

Robert Cawdron ... Horace
Michael Latimer ... Roger Winthrop

Jeremy Young ... Willy Frant
Bill Wallis ... Tubby Bunn
Steve Plytas ... Kartovski
Art Thomas ... Pierre

Alf Joint ... Big Man
Bill Reed ... Huge Man
Lewis Alexander ... VIP (uncredited)
Ann Barrass ... Theatre-goer (uncredited)
William Baskiville ... Sheik's security man (uncredited)
Josie Grant ... Wench (uncredited)
Anthony Lang ... Hellfire Club Servant (uncredited)
Alan Meacham ... Theatre-goer (uncredited)
George Oliver ... Hellfire Club Servant (uncredited)
Alan Stuart ... Theatre-goer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 22: What the Butler Saw

26 February 1966
Steed enrolls in a prestigious Butler school to investigate a leak in Government secrets. Emma attempts to seduce one of the three main suspects, an RAF playboy known to the ladies as Georgie-Porgie.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel
Thorley Walters ... Hemming

John Le Mesurier ... Benson
Denis Quilley ... Group Capt. Miles
Kynaston Reeves ... Major General Goddard

Howard Marion-Crawford ... Brigadier Goddard (as Howard Marion Crawford)
Humphrey Lestocq ... Vice Admiral Willows

Ewan Hooper ... Sergeant Moran
Leon Sinden ... Squadron Leader Hogg
David Swift ... Barber
Norman Scace ... Reeves
Peter Hughes ... Walters

Season 4, Episode 23: The House That Jack Built

5 March 1966
Mrs. Peel is bequeathed an old house by an uncle Jack, whom she never knew existed. In the event, he did not exist. The house is a former lunatic asylum and it is all a ruse by a vengeful ex-employee of Mrs. Peel's to submit her to mind games which will drive her insane.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Michael Goodliffe ... Professor Keller
Griffith Davies ... Burton
Michael Wynne ... Withers

Keith Pyott ... Pennington
Alan Lake ... Prison Officer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 24: A Sense of History

12 March 1966
Economist James Broom is shot with an arrow by one of a group dressed as Robin Hood whilst on his way to meet a man opposed to his Utopian vision of a new Europe. The trail leads the Avengers to St. Bode's College, where anarchic students oppose traditional schools of thought. Could one of these have killed Broom? All is revealed at a fancy dress party where everyone is a character from the Robin Hood legend.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Nigel Stock ... Richard Carlyon
John Barron ... Henge
John Glyn-Jones ... Grindley

John Ringham ... Professor Acheson

Patrick Mower ... Duboys
Robin Phillips ... John Pettit

Peter Blythe ... Millerson

Bette Bourne ... Allen (as Peter Bourne)
Jacqueline Pearce ... Marianne

Kenneth Benda ... James Broom (uncredited)
Vince Fleming ... Student (uncredited)
Rocky Taylor ... Student (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 25: How to Succeed ....At Murder

19 March 1966
Eleven businessmen and counting have been mysteriously murdered, their affairs taken over by their able secretaries. The smell of perfume lingering over one of the dead bodies leads Mrs Peel to J.J. Hooter, who quickly becomes the next man to snuff it. With secretaries as their only clue, Steeds decides to hire one and Emma to take up the profession.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel
Sarah Lawson ... Mary
Angela Browne ... Sara
Anne Cunningham ... Gladys
Zeph Gladstone ... Liz
Artro Morris ... Henry

Jerome Willis ... Joshua Rudge

Christopher Benjamin ... Hooter
Kevin Brennan ... Sir George Morton
David Garth ... Barton
Robert Dean ... Finlay
Sidonie Bond ... Annie

Season 4, Episode 26: Honey for the Prince

26 March 1966
Two undercover agents are shot at Q.Q.F. Incorporated but one survives long enough to clue in Steed and Peel. So, Steed visits the Quite Quite Fantastic office (where fantasies are made to come true) while Emma looks into B. Bumble's honey shop. They soon surmise that someone is aiming for Prince Ali of Barabia, who is visiting London with his harem of 320 wives.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Ron Moody ... Hopkirk

Zia Mohyeddin ... Prince Ali

George Pastell ... Arkadi

Roland Curram ... Vincent
Bruno Barnabe ... Grand Vizier
Ken Parry ... Bumble

Jon Laurimore ... Ronny Westcott

Reg Pritchard ... Postman

Peter Diamond ... Bernie
Carmen Dene ... Eurasian Girl

Richard Graydon ... George Reed
Charles Rayford ... Napoleon (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: From Venus with Love

11 January 1967
The members of a society that watches Venus are dying one by one from something that turns them completely white, so Steed joins them to flush out the culprit while Peel chases a light that seems related to the killings.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Barbara Shelley ... Venus
Philip Locke ... Primble

Jon Pertwee ... Brigadier Whitehead
Derek Newark ... Crawford
Jeremy Lloyd ... Bertram Smith
Adrian Ropes ... Jennings

Arthur Cox ... Clarke
Paul Gillard ... Cosgrove
Michael Lynch ... Hadley

Kenneth Benda ... Mansford
Joe Powell ... Martin (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: The Fear Merchants

18 January 1967
The executives of several ceramics companies are being driven crazy or killed by fear. The trail leads to a consulting company with some unusual techniques for helping their clients beat their competition.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Patrick Cargill ... Pemberton

Brian Wilde ... Raven

Annette Carell ... Dr. Voss

Garfield Morgan ... Gilbert

Andrew Keir ... Crawley

Jeremy Burnham ... Gordon White

Edward Burnham ... Meadows

Bernard Horsfall ... Fox
Ruth Trouncer ... Dr. Hill
Declan Mulholland ... Saunders
Phillip Ross ... Hospital Attendant (as Philip Ross)

Season 5, Episode 3: Escape in Time

25 January 1967
When a mad miscreant whips up a time machine, it takes The Avengers no time at all to show him the "era" of his ways.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Peter Bowles ... Thyssen

Geoffrey Bayldon ... Clapham

Judy Parfitt ... Vesta

Imogen Hassall ... Anjali
Edward Caddick ... Sweeney

Nicholas Smith ... Parker

Roger Booth ... Tubby Vincent

Ricardo Montez ... Josino (as Richard Montez)
Clifford Earl ... Paxton
Rocky Taylor ... Mitchell
Joe Dunne ... Philanderer / Redcoat (uncredited)

Terence Plummer ... Executioner (uncredited)

Paul Weston ... Josino's double / Tout (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: The See-Through Man

1 February 1967
When an enemy agent purchases a secret "invisibilty" formula, it takes the perceptive Avengers to see through his plans. The Avengers deals with the Cold War with an aristocratic detachment.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Moira Lister ... Elena

Warren Mitchell ... Brodny

Roy Kinnear ... Quilby
Jonathan Elsom ... Ackroyd

John Nettleton ... Sir Andrew Ford
Harvey Hall ... Ulric
David Glover ... Wilton
Roy Everson ... Embassy Guard (uncredited)
Art Thomas ... Major Vazin (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 5: The Bird Who Knew Too Much

10 February 1967
Two spies have obtained information about a secret missile base which they are passing to the other side, via a person known as Captain Caruso, whom the Avengers are charged to locate. In the event the good Captain turns out to be a trained parrot who possesses a photographic memory . . .

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Ron Moody ... Jordan

Ilona Rodgers ... Samantha Slade

Kenneth Cope ... Tom Savage

Michael Coles ... Verret

John Wood ... Twitter

Anthony Valentine ... Cunliffe
Clive Colin Bowler ... Robin (as Clive Colin-Bowler)

John Lee ... Mark Pearson

Peter Brace ... Percy Danvers (uncredited)
Captian Caruso ... Parrot (uncredited)

Gerry Crampton ... Frank Elrick (uncredited)
William F. Sully ... Model (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: The Winged Avenger

15 February 1967
Several businessmen have been killed, the murderer having apparently clawed them to death so that the initial suspect is an author who owns a bird of prey and had a grudge against a victim who ran a publishing house. However, the discovery of a comic called 'The Winged Avenger' featuring a super-hero is found by the latest victim. And could the invention of Professor Poole, boots that allow the wearer to climb walls and scale ceilings, be involved?

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Nigel Green ... Sir Lexius Cray

Jack MacGowran ... Professor Poole

Neil Hallett ... Arnie Packer

Colin Jeavons ... Stanton

Roy Patrick ... Julian

John Garrie ... Tay-Ling

Donald Pickering ... Peter Roberts
William Fox ... Simon Roberts
A.J. Brown ... Dawson
Hilary Wontner ... Dumayn
John Crocker ... Fothers
Ann Sidney ... Gerda (as Ann Sydney)

Season 5, Episode 7: The Living Dead

22 February 1967
Five years after a mine disaster, Mrs. Peel and Steed are called upon to investigate the spooky goings-on at the local inn. The ghost of the 16th Duke of Benedict, who was reputedly lost in the mine disaster, has been seen wandering the area and Emma joins SMOG and FOG in a ghost hunt. The Duke's ghost supposedly takes Emma with him to his final resting place in the collapsed mine, but Steed descends into the shaft to rescue her. He finds a secret underground city that is being used to stage an invasion of England; the mine disaster was just a cover-up for the plan. Steed rescues Emma and country by cutting off access to the topside elevator.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Julian Glover ... Masgard
Pamela Ann Davy ... Mandy

Howard Marion-Crawford ... Geoffrey (as Howard Marion Crawford)
Jack Woolgar ... Kermit

Jack Watson ... Hopper
Edward Underdown ... Rupert

John Cater ... Olliphant

Vernon Dobtcheff ... Spencer

Alister Williamson ... Tom
Malcolm Taylor ... Shot Miner (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 8: The Hidden Tiger

1 March 1967
What seems to be a man eating tiger on the loose is actually the first step in a plan to take over the whole of England.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Ronnie Barker ... Cheshire

Lyndon Brook ... Dr. Manx

Gabrielle Drake ... Angora

John Phillips ... Nesbitt
Michael Forrest ... Peters

Stanley Meadows ... Erskine

Jack Gwillim ... Sir David Harper
Frederick Treves ... Dawson
Brian Haines ... Samuel Jones
John Moore ... Williams

Reg Pritchard ... Bellamy

Season 5, Episode 9: The Correct Way to Kill

8 March 1967
Somebody is systematically killing off foreign agents and Steed, who is initially implicated, declares a truce and calls on his Russian opposite number, Nutski. Along with Soviet agents Anna and Ivan the Avengers discover SNOB, an exceedingly English gentlemen's club with murderously patriotic members.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Anna Quayle ... Olga

Michael Gough ... Nutski

Philip Madoc ... Ivan
Terence Alexander ... Ponsonby

Peter Barkworth ... Percy

Graham Armitage ... Algy

Timothy Bateson ... Merryweather
Joanna Marie Jones ... Hilda (as Joanna Jones)

Edwin Apps ... Winters

John G. Heller ... Groski

Peter Brace ... Olga's Opponent 2 (uncredited)
Paul Clay ... Zorick (uncredited)

Romo Gorrara ... Stanislaw Arkadi (uncredited)

Alf Joint ... Olga's Opponent 1 (uncredited)

Terence Plummer ... Olga's Opponent 3 (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 10: Never, Never Say Die

18 March 1967
The Avengers "are needed" after reports that a motorist has repeatedly run over and supposedly killed the same person. Their investigations lead them to the country and the top secret Neoteric Research Unit, which is run by the appropriately-named Dr. Frank N. Stone, who has made a startlingly life-like robot of himself, so much so that Steed finds it hard to tell the two Stones apart.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Christopher Lee ... Professor Stone

Jeremy Young ... Dr. Penrose
Patricia English ... Dr. James
David Kernan ... Eccles

Christopher Benjamin ... Whittle

John Junkin ... Sergeant

Peter Dennis ... Private
Geoffrey Reed ... Carter
Alan Chuntz ... Selby

Arnold Ridley ... Elderly Gent
David Gregory ... Young Man
Karen Ford ... Nurse
Hugh Elton ... Hospital Orderly (uncredited)
Ernest Fennemore ... NRU Security (uncredited)

Terence Plummer ... Security Guard 2 (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: Epic

29 March 1967
Z.Z. von Schnerk, a mad Teutonic film director of the Erich von Stroheim variety, along with his has-been leading actor and actress, Stewart Kirby and Damita Syn, capture Mrs. Peel in an effort to make a movie about her life and exciting adventures. Unfortunately it is to end with her violent death so Steed has to follow the clues to find her.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Peter Wyngarde ... Stewart Kirby

Isa Miranda ... Damita Syn
Kenneth J. Warren ... Z.Z. von Schnerk
David Lodge ... Policeman
Anthony Dawes ... Actor

Season 5, Episode 12: The Superlative Seven

5 April 1967
Steed is invited to a party on an aeroplane with six other people who include a matador, a cowboy and a circus strong man. As the pilotless , remote-controlled craft takes off, a voice announces that they are bound for a desert island where one of them will be revealed as a super-killer. Mrs. Peel has to work out how to get to her partner as the bodies start to pile up.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Charlotte Rampling ... Hana

Brian Blessed ... Mark Dayton
James Maxwell ... Jason Wade
Hugh Manning ... Max Hardy
Leon Greene ... Freddy Richards

Gary Hope ... Joe Smith

Donald Sutherland ... Jessel

John Hollis ... Kanwitch
Margaret Neale ... Stewardess

Terence Plummer ... Toy Sung (as Terry Plummer)
Cliff Diggins ... Fighter (uncredited)
Royston Farrell ... Fighter (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 13: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Station

12 April 1967
Whilst travelling on an express train on a quest to find a missing agent, Steed and Mrs. Peel get caught up in an assassination attempt on the life of the British Prime Minister on the part of a disgruntled and murderous ticket collector. They are helped in their efforts to foil him by Mr. Crewe, an eccentric owner of an abandoned station.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

James Hayter ... Ticket Collector

John Laurie ... Crewe

Drewe Henley ... Groom

Isla Blair ... Bride
Tim Barrett ... Salt
Richard Caldicot ... Admiral
Dyson Lovell ... Warren
Peter J. Elliott ... Attendant
Michael Nightingale ... Lucas
Noel Davis ... Secretary
John Doye ... Bart (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 14: Something Nasty in the Nursery

22 April 1967
Reliable men are reverting to childhood, and blabbing all of their secrets to kindly old "Nanny Roberts."

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel
Dudley Foster ... Mr. Goat

Yootha Joyce ... Miss Lister

Paul Eddington ... Beaumont
Paul Hardwick ... Webster

Patrick Newell ... Sir George Collins
Geoffrey Sumner ... General Wilmot

Trevor Bannister ... Gordon

Clive Dunn ... Martin

George Merritt ... James
Enid Lorimer ... Nanny Roberts
Louie Ramsay ... Nanny Smith

Penelope Keith ... Nanny Brown (credit only)
Dennis Chinnery ... Dobson

Season 5, Episode 15: The Joker

29 April 1967
Mrs. Peel is invited to a bridge party at a house on Exmoor but when she arrives she discovers that she has been lured there by a man known as 'The joker'. She had once helped to put him in prison, but he has now escaped and with his two crazy accomplices, subjects Mrs. Peel to a series of lethal tricks and traps as Steed arrives to help her.

Season 5, Episode 16: Who's Who???

3 May 1967
Mad scientist Dr. Krelmar is working on a machine that allows two people to swap minds and enemy agents Basil and Lola intend to use it with the Avengers to get them to destroy their network. Basil exchanges personalities with Steed but Mrs. Peel is suspicious that the man who looks like her partner is acting out of character and has to persuade the real Steed what is going on.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed / Basil

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel / Lola
Patricia Haines ... Lola / Emma Peel

Freddie Jones ... Basil / John Steed
Campbell Singer ... Major 'B'
Peter Reynolds ... Tulip

Arnold Diamond ... Krelmar
Philip Levene ... Daffodil
Malcolm Taylor ... Hooper
Peter J. Elliott ... Marigold (uncredited)
Charles Rayford ... Bluebell (uncredited)

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Return of the Cybernauts

30 September 1967
Paul Beresford, the brother of Clement Armstrong, the creator of the Cybernauts, blames Steed and Mrs. Peel for his brother's death at the cold hands of his own creations. Aided by Armstrong's assistant Benson, he abducts several scientists who are blackmailed into producing a new batch of Cybernauts. Whilst he is the perfect gentleman towards Mrs. Peel, his aim is to turn her and Steed into human robots.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Peter Cushing ... Paul Beresford

Frederick Jaeger ... Benson

Charles 'Bud' Tingwell ... Dr. Neville (as Charles Tingwell)

Fulton Mackay ... Professor Chadwick

Roger Hammond ... Dr. Russell
Anthony Dutton ... Dr. Garnett
Noel Coleman ... Conroy
Aimi MacDonald ... Rosie

Redmond Phillips ... Hunt
Terry Richards ... Cybernaut

Michael Gough ... Dr. Clement Armstrong (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 2: Death's Door

7 October 1967
Sir Andrew Boyd, the British delegate at a European peace conference has a dream in which he is run over and killed by a car. The dream comes true. The Avengers are charged with the safety of his successor, Lord Melford. He too is beginning to have bad dreams, involving a sinister man who turns out to be a member of the Eastern bloc. There is a plot afoot to derail the conference and Steed and Mrs. Peel intend to foil it.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Clifford Evans ... Boyd

William Lucas ... Stapley

Allan Cuthbertson ... Lord Melford

Marne Maitland ... Becker
Paul Dawkins ... Dr. Evans
Michel Faure ... Pavret
Peter Thomas ... Saunders
William Lyon Brown ... Dalby
Terry Yorke ... Haynes
Terence Maidment ... Jepson (as Terry Maidment)
Roy Beck ... Photographer (uncredited)

John Bindon ... Chauffeur (uncredited)
Robert Clarke ... Diplomat (uncredited)
Cliff Diggins ... Cyclist (uncredited)
Royston Farrell ... Diplomat (uncredited)
Alan Harris ... Journalist (uncredited)
Gerry Judge ... Diplomat (uncredited)

Paul Weston ... Journalist (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: The £50,000 Breakfast

14 October 1967
The Avengers go to the dogs as their only lead when $50,000 of stolen diamonds is found in a dead man's stomach. Mismatched Borzoi hairs lead Steed and Emma to a pet cemetery where they take the bite out of the villain's bark.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Cecil Parker ... Glover

Yolande Turner ... Miss Pegram

David Langton ... Sir James Arnall

Pauline Delaney ... Mrs. Rhodes (as Pauline Delany)

Anneke Wills ... Judy
Cardew Robinson ... Minister
Eric Woofe ... 1st Assistant
Philippe Monnet ... 2nd Assistant
Richard Curnock ... Rhodes

Jon Laurimore ... Security Man

Richard Owens ... Mechanic
Michael Rothwell ... Kennel Man
Yole Marinelli ... Jerezina
Christopher Greatorex ... 1st Doctor
Nigel Lambert ... 2nd Doctor
John Baker ... Mourner (uncredited)
Ann Barrass ... Female Farmhand (uncredited)
Paul Clay ... Landrover Driver (uncredited)
Leslie Crawford ... Male Farmhand (uncredited)

Romo Gorrara ... Thug (uncredited)

Susan Hampshire ... Smoker 2 (uncredited)
Russ Henderson ... Band leader (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 4: Dead Man's Treasure

21 October 1967
The hunt for a murdered courier's despatch leads Steed and Emma to a deadly car race with a "shocking" surprise at the finish line. It takes The Avengers to flag down the murderers and apply the brakes to their plans.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Norman Bowler ... Mike

Valerie Van Ost ... Penny

Edwin Richfield ... Alex

Neil McCarthy ... Carl

Arthur Lowe ... Benstead

Ivor Dean ... Bates
Rio Fanning ... Danvers
Penny Bird ... Miss Peabody

Gerry Crampton ... 1st Guest
Peter J. Elliott ... 2nd Guest
Ann Barrass ... Rally Guest (uncredited)
Royston Farrell ... Rally Guest (uncredited)

Paul Weston ... Rally Guest (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 5: You Have Just Been Murdered

28 October 1967
Steed and Mrs. Peel stop a clever blackmailing scheme targeting millionaires.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Barrie Ingham ... Unwin
Robert Flemyng ... Lord Maxted

George Murcell ... Needle
Leslie French ... Rathbone
Geoffrey Chater ... Jarvis
Simon Oates ... Skelton
Clifford Cox ... Chalmers
John Baker ... Hallam
Leslie Crawford ... Morgan (as Les Crawford)
Frank Maher ... Nicholls
Peter J. Elliott ... Williams

Season 6, Episode 6: The Positive Negative Man

4 November 1967
A scientist is killed by having been hurled through and embedded in a wall. This is the latest death of a person engaged in the government's Project 90, whose documents can also not be found. When the Avengers investigate they discover a bizarre means of murder whereby the killer can carry an electrical charge to the victim without being electrocuted themselves.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Ray McAnally ... Creswell
Michael Latimer ... Haworth

Caroline Blakiston ... Cynthia Wentworth-Howe

Peter Blythe ... Mankin

Sandor Elès ... Maurice Jubert
Joanne Dainton ... Miss Clarke
Bill Wallis ... Charles Grey
Ann Hamilton ... Receptionist

Season 6, Episode 7: Murdersville

11 November 1967
When Mrs. Peel's friend Major Croft goes missing she traces him to the picture postcard village of Little Storping. Unfortunately the entire population are assassins for hire who lure their victims to the village, kill them and then claim that they have never been there. Croft has been killed, along with his valet to prevent them from exposing the sinister secret and Mrs. Peel is next on the hit list unless Steed can save her. Fortunately, she manages to put in a phone call to her 'husband.'

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Colin Blakely ... Mickle
John Ronane ... Hubert
Ronald Hines ... Dr. Haymes

John Sharp ... Prewitt
Sheila Fearn ... Jenny
Eric Flynn ... Croft
Norman Chappell ... Forbes

Robert Cawdron ... Banks
Marijke Mann ... Miss Avril (as Marika Mann)
Irene Bradshaw ... Maggie
Joseph Greig ... Higgins
Geoffrey Colville ... Jeremy Purser
Langton Jones ... Chapman
Tony Caunter ... Miller
John Chandos ... Morgan
Andrew Laurence ... Williams
Paul Clay ... First Victim (uncredited)
Maxwell Craig ... Wilson (First Assassin) (uncredited)

Romo Gorrara ... Man Tossed From Car (uncredited)
Hilary Heath ... Hilary (uncredited)
Bill Nick ... Villager #9 (uncredited)

Gareth Thomas ... Assassin With Sunglasses (uncredited)

Paul Weston ... Second Policeman (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 8: Mission... Highly Improbable

18 November 1967
A car carrying two Ministry officials, enroute to investigate the budget overruns on Professor Rushton's latest project, vanishes under escort. Steed goes to investigate, and discovers the hard way where the money has gone; to build a device capable of shrinking anything to a fraction of its normal size. While Rushton has great science- and industry-oriented plans for the device, his assistant Chivers has plans of his own... to make a profit, and dispose of anyone in his way. Steed, inches tall, manages to telephone Emma with a warning, but she is captured by a co-conspirator of Chivers, and next faces the shrinking machine. How will Steed and Emma get through this one?

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel
Ronald Radd ... Shaffer

Jane Merrow ... Susan
Noel Howlett ... Prof. Rushton

Francis Matthews ... Chivers

Richard Leech ... Col. Drew
Stefan Gryff ... Josef

Nicholas Courtney ... Gifford
Kevin Stoney ... Sir Gerald Bancroft
Peter Clay ... Sergeant

Nigel Rideout ... Corp. Johnson
Cynthia Bizeray ... Blonde
Nicole Shelby ... Brunette (credit only)
Nosher Powell ... Henrik
Dinny Powell ... Karl (as Denny Powell)

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: The Forget-Me-Knot

12 March 1968
Steed's colleague Sean Mortimer comes to see him in a very confused state. He knows there is a traitor in the organization but he has been drugged to put him in an amnesiac state and he can remember little else. Mrs. Peel investigates but she too falls prey to the drug as she and Sean are abducted by bikers. It is down to trainee agent 69, Tara King, to whom Steed is introduced by spymaster 'Mother' to help him save the day. Finally Miss King becomes his new partner as Mrs. Peel's missing husband reappears and she goes off to join him.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Diana Rigg ... Emma Peel

Linda Thorson ... Tara King

Patrick Kavanagh ... Sean Mortimer

Patrick Newell ... Mother

Jeremy Burnham ... Simon Filson

Jeremy Young ... George Burton
Alan Lake ... Karl

Douglas Sheldon ... Brad

John Lee ... Dr. Soames

Beth Owen ... Sally

Leon Lissek ... Taxi Driver
Tony Thawnton ... Jenkins
Edward Higgins ... The Gardener, Giles

Paul Weston ... Peter Peel (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 2: Game

23 September 1968
Tara and Steed try to put the pieces together when people begin showing up dead in unique locations with jigsaw puzzle pieces on their person.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Linda Thorson ... Tara King

Peter Jeffrey ... Monty Bristow

Garfield Morgan ... Manservant
Anthony Newlands ... Brigadier Wishforth-Brown

Alex Scott ... Henry J. Averman
Aubrey Richards ... Professor Witney
Desmond Walter-Ellis ... Manager
Geoffrey Russell ... Clive Dexter
Achillies Georgiou ... Student
Brian Badcoe ... Cooty Gibson
Joe Cornelius ... Goon (uncredited)

Romo Gorrara ... Goon (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 3: Super Secret Cypher Snatch

30 September 1968
Secrets are leaking out of Cipher HQ like a sieve, but all of the employees insist that everything has been "perfectly normal." However, The Avengers find a link between the stolen information and a window cleaning service.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Linda Thorson ... Tara King

Allan Cuthbertson ... Webster

Ivor Dean ... Ferret

Angela Scoular ... Myra

Patrick Newell ... Mother
Simon Oates ... Maskin
Donald Gee ... Vickers
John Carlisle ... Peters

Nicholas Smith ... Charles Lather
Alec Ross ... 1st Guard, Masters
Lionel Wheeler ... 2nd Guard
Anne Rutter ... Betty
Clifford Earl ... Roger Jarret

Anthony Blackshaw ... Davis
David Quilter ... Wilson
Robert Clarke ... Clerk (uncredited)
Billy Cornelius ... CGC man (uncredited)
Fred Haggerty ... Agent (uncredited)
Arthur Howell ... Warren (uncredited)
Rhonda Parker ... Rhonda (uncredited)
Paddy Ryan ... CGC Man (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 4: You'll Catch Your Death

7 October 1968
The Avengers investigate the Anastasia Nursing Academy, whose matron and her partner Glover are developing the ultimate in germ warfare - a virus which causes the victim to literally sneeze themself to death. Their aim is to sell it to the highest bidder and it is the task of Steed and Miss King to protect the doctors who can provide the antidote.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Linda Thorson ... Tara King
Roland Culver ... Colonel Maurice Timothy

Valentine Dyall ... Butler

Fulton Mackay ... Dr. Frank Glover

Sylvia Kay ... Matron

Patrick Newell ... Mother

Dudley Sutton ... Dexter

Bette Bourne ... Preece (as Peter Bourne)
Charles Lloyd Pack ... Dr. Fawcett
Henry McGee ... Maidwell
Hamilton Dyce ... Dr. H. Ralph Camrose
Bruno Barnabe ... Farrar

Fiona Hartford ... Janice
Geoffrey Chater ... Dr. Seaton
Jennifer Clulow ... Georgina
Emma Cochrane ... Melanie

Willoughby Gray ... Dr. Padley
Andrew Laurence ... Dr. Herrick
Douglas Blackwell ... Postman
Rhonda Parker ... Rhonda (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 5: Split!

10 April 1968
Security agents are being murdered, and the clues point to notorious foreign agent Boris Kartovski. The only problem is that Steed killed Kartovski five years earlier.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Linda Thorson ... Tara King

Nigel Davenport ... Lord Barnes

Julian Glover ... Major Peter Rooke

Bernard Archard ... Dr. Constantine

John G. Heller ... Hinnell

Jayne Sofiano ... Petra

Steven Scott ... Boris Kartovski

Maurice Good ... Harry Mercer

Iain Anders ... Frank Compton

Christopher Benjamin ... Swindin

John Kidd ... The Butler, Miller
Harry Fielder ... Agent / Guard (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 6: Whoever Shot Poor George Oblique Stroke XR40?

30 October 1968
George is the country's top computer but somebody is attempting to sabotage him via shooting, acid corrosion and shutting him down. He is able to send part of a message on a print-out but the Avengers are still none the wiser as to who is trying to disable him and call upon his creator for clues.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Linda Thorson ... Tara King

Dennis Price ... Jason

Clifford Evans ... Sir Wilfred Pelley

Judy Parfitt ... Loris

Anthony Nicholls ... Dr.Ardmore
Frank Windsor ... Tobin
Adrian Ropes ... Baines

Arthur Cox ... Anaesthetist

Tony Wright ... Keller
John Porter-Davison ... Jacobs
Jacky Allouis ... Jill

Valerie Leon ... Betty
Alan Harris ... Doctor (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 7: False Witness

6 November 1968
Witnesses and agents investigating upper class blackmailer Lord Edgefield can't seem to tell the truth.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Linda Thorson ... Tara King

John Bennett ... Sykes
Barry Warren ... Melville

Tony Steedman ... Sir Joseph Tarlton

Patrick Newell ... Mother
William Job ... Lord Edgefield
Dan Meaden ... Sloman

Michael Lees ... Plummer
Simon Lack ... Nesbitt
Arthur Pentelow ... Dr. Grant
Peter Jesson ... Penman
Rio Fanning ... Lane
John Atkinson ... Brayshaw
Larry Burns ... Gould
Jimmy Gardner ... Little Man
Terry Eliot ... Amanda
Rhonda Parker ... Rhonda (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 8: All Done with Mirrors

13 November 1968
Somebody is leaking secrets from the Carmadoc research institute and suspicion falls upon Steed, who has been spending some time there. He is accordingly put under rather luxurious house arrest at Mother's, whilst Miss King and her somewhat incompetent new partner Watney unmask the real traitor.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Linda Thorson ... Tara King

Dinsdale Landen ... Watney

Peter Copley ... Major Sparshott

Edwin Richfield ... Timothy Barlow
Michael Trubshawe ... Col. Withers

Patrick Newell ... Mother
Joanna Marie Jones ... Pandora Marshall (as Joanna Jones)

Nora Nicholson ... Miss Emily
Tenniel Evans ... Prof. Carswell
Liane Aukin ... Miss Tiddiman
Anthony Dutton ... Dr. Seligman
Peter Thomas ... Kettridge
Graham Ashley ... Markin
Michael Nightingale ... Real Colonel
Robert Sidaway ... Real Barlow
Desmond Jordan ... Walter Guthrie
David Grey ... Frederick Williams
Peter Elliott ... Arkin
John Bown ... Roger
Joe Dunne ... Sweeno (uncredited)
Bruno Elrington ... Gozzo (uncredited)
Rhonda Parker ... Rhonda (uncredited)

Paul Weston ... Thug in lighthouse (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 9: Legacy of Death

4 November 1968
Steed comes into possession of a jewelled ornamental dagger, known as the Falcon. It is highly sought after because it will lead to the whereabouts of the world's most valuable black pearl. Unfortunately, everyone who has ever owned the dagger has met an untimely end. Steed and Miss King must find the pearl and break the sequence.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Linda Thorson ... Tara King

Stratford Johns ... Sidney Street

Ronald Lacey ... Humbert Green

Ferdy Mayne ... Baron Von Orlak
Kynaston Reeves ... Dickens

Richard Hurndall ... Henley Farrer

John Hollis ... Zoltan
Leon Thau ... Ho Lung

Tutte Lemkow ... Gorky
Peter Swanwick ... Oppenheimer
Vic Wise ... Slattery
Teddy Kiss Atom ... Winkler (as Teddy Kiss)
Michael Bilton ... Dr. Winter
Jimmy Clitheroe ... Von Orlak's Henchman (uncredited)

Romo Gorrara ... Gregor (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 10: Noon-Doomsday

28 October 1968
Having broken his leg, Steed is now convalescing in a private hospital, where he is visited by Miss King. However, she has been followed - by Gerald Kafka - the driven former head of Murder international. Thanks to Steed he was caught and sent to prison for seven years. Now he is released and swearing vengeance on the man who put him inside. His plan is that Steed will die at exactly twelve noon. With Steed incapacitated, it is down to Miss King to save the day.

Patrick Macnee ... John Steed

Linda Thorson ... Tara King
Ray Brooks ... Kyle-Farrington

T.P. McKenna ... Norman Grant

Griffith Jones ... Sir Rodney Woodham-Baines

Lyndon Brook ... Sir Roger Lyall
Peter Bromilow ... Gerald Kafka

Patrick Newell