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22 September 1964 (USA) See more »
The two top agents of the United Network Command for Law and Enforcement fight the enemies of peace, particularly the forces of THRUSH. Full summary »
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 (Series Cast Summary - 3 of 224)

Robert Vaughn ... Napoleon Solo / ... (105 episodes, 1964-1968)

David McCallum ... Illya Kuryakin / ... (104 episodes, 1964-1968)

Leo G. Carroll ... Alexander Waverly / ... (102 episodes, 1964-1968)

Series Directed by
E. Darrell Hallenbeck (12 episodes, 1965-1967)
Joseph Sargent (11 episodes, 1964-1966)
John Brahm (8 episodes, 1965-1967)
Alf Kjellin (8 episodes, 1965-1967)
Alvin Ganzer (7 episodes, 1964-1966)
Barry Shear (7 episodes, 1966-1967)
George Waggner (7 episodes, 1966-1967)
Sherman Marks (5 episodes, 1965-1967)
Marc Daniels (4 episodes, 1964-1965)
Richard Donner (4 episodes, 1964)
Seymour Robbie (3 episodes, 1965-1966)
Sutton Roley (3 episodes, 1967-1968)
John Peyser (2 episodes, 1964)
Alex March (2 episodes, 1966)
Boris Sagal (2 episodes, 1967)
Series Writing credits
Dean Hargrove (11 episodes, 1965-1967)
Peter Allan Fields (11 episodes, 1965-1966)
Robert Hill (8 episodes, 1965-1967)
Alan Caillou (7 episodes, 1964-1965)
Norman Hudis (6 episodes, 1967-1968)
Boris Ingster (4 episodes, 1965-1967)
Henry Slesar (4 episodes, 1965-1966)
Stanford Sherman (4 episodes, 1966-1967)
Robert E. Thompson (3 episodes, 1964-1967)
Jack Turley (3 episodes, 1964-1967)
Dick Nelson (3 episodes, 1964-1965)
Leonard Stadd (3 episodes, 1965-1967)
Berne Giler (3 episodes, 1966)
Jerry McNeely (3 episodes, 1966)
John W. Bloch (2 episodes, 1964-1967)
Sheldon Stark (2 episodes, 1965-1966)
Mark Weingart (2 episodes, 1965-1966)
Albert Aley (2 episodes, 1965)
Harlan Ellison (2 episodes, 1966-1967)
Stanley Ralph Ross (2 episodes, 1966-1967)
Don Richman (2 episodes, 1966)
Howard Rodman (2 episodes, 1966)
David Victor (2 episodes, 1966)
Joseph Cavella (2 episodes, 1967)

Series Produced by
Norman Felton .... executive producer / producer (105 episodes, 1964-1968)
David Victor .... supervising producer / producer (60 episodes, 1965-1967)
Irv Pearlberg .... associate producer / producer (49 episodes, 1966-1968)
Boris Ingster .... producer (38 episodes, 1966-1967)
Sam Rolfe .... producer (28 episodes, 1964-1965)
George Lehr .... associate producer (26 episodes, 1966-1968)
Joseph Calvelli .... associate producer (16 episodes, 1964-1965)
Anthony Spinner .... producer (16 episodes, 1967-1968)
Mort Abrahams .... producer (9 episodes, 1965-1966)
Robert Foshko .... associate producer (8 episodes, 1965)
Series Original Music by
Gerald Fried (45 episodes, 1965-1967)
Robert Drasnin (24 episodes, 1965-1967)
Jerry Goldsmith (15 episodes, 1964-1967)
Richard Shores (14 episodes, 1967-1968)
Morton Stevens (13 episodes, 1964-1965)
Nelson Riddle (11 episodes, 1966-1967)
Walter Scharf (10 episodes, 1964-1965)
Lalo Schifrin (2 episodes, 1965)
Series Cinematography by
Fred J. Koenekamp (90 episodes, 1964-1967)
Robert B. Hauser (5 episodes, 1967-1968)
Dale Deverman (3 episodes, 1967)
Kenneth Peach (2 episodes, 1965-1966)
Paul Ivano (2 episodes, 1967)
Series Film Editing by
Joseph Dervin (32 episodes, 1964-1968)
William B. Gulick (31 episodes, 1964-1967)
Henry Berman (21 episodes, 1964-1967)
Ray Williford (9 episodes, 1966-1967)
John Baxter Rogers (4 episodes, 1967)
Elmo Veron (3 episodes, 1966)
Fred Maguire (2 episodes, 1964)
Harry V. Knapp (2 episodes, 1967-1968)
Series Art Direction by
George W. Davis (105 episodes, 1964-1968)
James W. Sullivan (67 episodes, 1965-1968)
Merrill Pye (37 episodes, 1964-1965)
Series Set Decoration by
Henry Grace (105 episodes, 1964-1968)
Charles S. Thompson (18 episodes, 1965-1966)
Richard Pefferle (16 episodes, 1966-1967)
Robert R. Benton (12 episodes, 1964-1965)
Budd Friend (12 episodes, 1965)
Frank Lombardo (11 episodes, 1965-1966)
F. Keogh Gleason (7 episodes, 1966-1967)
James L. Berkey (7 episodes, 1967)
Jack Mills (6 episodes, 1966)
Joseph J. Stone (6 episodes, 1967-1968)
Don Greenwood Jr. (5 episodes, 1967)
Jerry Wunderlich (4 episodes, 1964-1965)
Hugh Hunt (2 episodes, 1967)
Richard Spero (2 episodes, 1967)

Frank McEveety (unknown episodes)
Series Makeup Department
William Tuttle .... special makeup creator (1 episode, 1965)

Jay Sebring .... hair designer: Robert Vaughn (unknown episodes)
Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bill Finnegan .... assistant director (24 episodes, 1965-1967)
E. Darrell Hallenbeck .... assistant director / second unit director (23 episodes, 1964-1966)
Eddie Saeta .... assistant director / second unit director (18 episodes, 1965-1967)
Maurice Vaccarino .... assistant director / second unit director (11 episodes, 1964-1968)
Wilbur Mosier .... assistant director (11 episodes, 1964-1966)
Tom McCrory .... assistant director (7 episodes, 1964-1965)
Richard C. Bennett .... assistant director (6 episodes, 1966-1968)
Glenn Cook .... assistant director (6 episodes, 1967-1968)
Robert Webb .... assistant director (3 episodes, 1965-1966)
Donald C. Klune .... assistant director (3 episodes, 1965)
Paul Baxley .... second unit director (2 episodes, 1967)
Al Shenberg .... assistant director (2 episodes, 1967)
Donald Verk .... assistant director (2 episodes, 1967)

Lynn Guthrie .... assistant director (unknown episodes)
Al Sheinberg .... assistant director (unknown episodes)
James A. Sullivan .... assistant director (unknown episodes)
Series Art Department
Rober Bruinekool .... painter: paintings (1 episode, 1966)
Louis Bunge .... painter: paintings (1 episode, 1966)
Frank Bunts .... painter: paintings (1 episode, 1966)
Freeman W. Butts .... painter: paintings (1 episode, 1966)
Max Cole .... painter: paintings (1 episode, 1966)
Keith Crown .... painter: paintings (1 episode, 1966)
Darrell Forney .... painter: paintings (1 episode, 1966)
G. Ray Kerciu .... painter: paintings (1 episode, 1966)
Douglas McClellan .... painter: paintings (1 episode, 1966)
Ben Norris .... painter: paintings (1 episode, 1966)
Paul Pernish .... painter: paintings (1 episode, 1966)
Jack Stuck .... painter: paintings (1 episode, 1966)
Kenneth Wynsma .... painter: paintings (1 episode, 1966)
Series Sound Department
Franklin Milton .... recording supervisor (105 episodes, 1964-1968)

Van Allen James .... sound editor (unknown episodes)
Series Stunts
Jesse Wayne .... stunt double: David McCallum / stunts (2 episodes, 1965-1967)
Gary Kent .... stunt double: Robert Strauss / stunt double: Robert Vaughn (2 episodes, 1965-1966)

Frank Babich .... stunts (unknown episodes)
Steven Burnett .... stunts (unknown episodes)
Lee Faulkner .... stunts (unknown episodes)
Series Camera and Electrical Department
Earl C. Williman .... lamp operator (29 episodes, 1964-1965)

Doug Byers .... electrician (unknown episodes)
Series Editorial Department
John D. Dunning .... supervising film editor (105 episodes, 1964-1968)
Series Music Department
Frank E. Anderson .... music supervisor (104 episodes, 1964-1968)
Jerry Goldsmith .... composer: "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." theme (100 episodes, 1964-1968)
Lalo Schifrin .... music arranger: theme music / composer: stock music (32 episodes, 1965-1966)
Gerald Fried .... music arranger: theme music / composer: stock music (30 episodes, 1966-1967)
Robert Armbruster .... music arranger: theme music / conductor (17 episodes, 1964-1968)
Morton Stevens .... music arranger: theme music / music arranger: theme (12 episodes, 1965)
Series Other crew
Sam Rolfe .... developer (105 episodes, 1964-1968)
George Lehr .... assistant to producer (48 episodes, 1964-1966)
Norman Siegel .... assistant to producer (30 episodes, 1966-1967)
Milton S. Gelman .... story consultant (15 episodes, 1966-1967)
Boris Ingster .... production executive (10 episodes, 1965-1966)
Mort Abrahams .... production executive (10 episodes, 1965)

Chuck Painter .... unit publicist (unknown episodes)

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"0011 Napoleon Solo" - Japan (English title)
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50 min (105 episodes)
Black and White (season 1) | Color (seasons 2-4) (Metrocolor)
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Mono (Westrex Recording System)
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The show's third season saw a change of style that resulted in the amount of comedy being increased in response to the "camp" craze made popular by "Batman" (1966) and "Get Smart" (1965). As a result, UNCLE's ratings plummeted and the series never recovered. Despite a return to serious stories the next year, it was cancelled midway through its fourth season.See more »
Factual errors: The map upon Mr. Waverly's office wall is incorrect in numerous cases. For example, it shows Canada and Newfoundland to be 2 separate states. Other errors include the lack of East Pakistan and all of Indo-China is depicted as one nation by the name of 'Siam'. This map appears in various episodes.See more »
Christopher Larson:Be careful Mr. Solo, please?
Napoleon Solo:I'll be a study in caution.
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28 out of 32 people found the following review useful.
Great espionage show from the 60's, 14 June 2000
Author: raysond from Chapel Hill, North Carolina

My dad used to watch this show during the first two seasons of the show,and I immediately became hooked! The Man From U.N.C.L.E was one of the best spy shows ever to come out of a period which the cold war,civil rights,and the height of the Vietnam War was a great escape for young minds back then. Since the show was a huge hit on the NBC network when it premiered in the fall of 1964,it was something that no one thought of at that time: a character who was in the same ranks as James Bond 007 himself! The gadgets on that show were awesome(pens that acted as a radio to phone back at headquarters;an automobile with a built in machine gun and seat ejector)and the headquarters of the United Network Command for Law and Enforcement which were secretly hidden in a tenement complex in New York..something to beholded!!! Robert Vaughn was a true gentlemen and a suave secret agent who was in the same category as Sean Connery,but he made the role very interesting as Napoleon Solo,and his Russian counterpart Illya,played by David McCallum,the coolest ever with a 60's shag blonde look(who looked like a rock star instead of an secret agent)!! The show's first two seasons were very dramatic and their was a great chemistry between the actors themselves which kept the action intense and very hipped!!! The sad part is that when the show's color episodes came it wasn't dramatic or very appealing anymore,but incredibly silly by the end of series' final run in 1968 (the black and white episodes from 1964-1965 were the best ever and some of the best gadgets too). Jerry Goldsmith's theme score for the series was the best ever for a TV series,and still is to this day. U.N.C.L.E was so,so good it spawned two feature films,and dozens of toys,comic books,mystery novels,and posters,and can you believe that David McCallum have a hit record out based on the show back in 1965(which he teamed up with Nancy Sinatra on a hit song,which hit the top of the charts too-very rare to find that album nowadays),plus a very short-lived Saturday Morning cartoon show? The repeats are rarely seen on TV nowadays,but they can be seen on TNT every once in a while if possible.

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