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"Secret Agent" (1964) More at IMDbPro »"Danger Man" (original title)

Season: 1 | 2 | 3
Year: 1964 | 1965 | 1966 | 1967


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Yesterday's Enemies

13 October 1964
Brett is known to be giving away British industrial secrets. However, when Drake confronts him, he discovers things are a lot more complicated and that Brett is not the only person being investigated.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Maureen Connell ... Jo Dutton
Howard Marion-Crawford ... Archer (as Howard Marion Crawford)
Anton Rodgers ... Attala
Joan Hickson ... Mrs. Curtis

Peter Copley ... Brett
Patricia Driscoll ... Catherine Archer

Aubrey Morris ... Harris
Peter Madden ... Admiral
Ivor Salter ... Bertrand
April Wilding ... Mary Wilson
Lynn Taylor ... Stewardess
George Eugeniou ... Immigration Officer
George Zenios ... Barman

Nadim Sawalha ... Nikolaou
Raoul Alkazzi ... Kemal (as Raul Alkazzi)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Professionals

20 October 1964
Mrs Pearson is upset when her husband, Desmond, seems to have disappeared from Prague. The man at the British Embassy is unsympathetic but the ambassador knows that he is an M9 agent. He is an important contact for an agent from behind the iron curtain. Drake is sent to find out what is happening by posing as an Embassy employee with a weakness for alcohol. Drake digs into the social life of Prague by going to a party being organised by Milos Kaldor. Whilst there, he is drugged and arrested for drunk driving and seriously injuring a pedestrian. It appears that Kaldor is in charge of a blackmail ring and Desmond is being held as a hostage. Drake has to get him and his family out of Prague safely, but there is more to it than it first appears.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Helen Cherry ... Mrs. Pearson
Nadja Regin ... Ira (as Nadja Ragin)
Jerry Stovin ... Desmond
Alex Scott ... Milos Kaldor
John Welsh ... John Rhodes
Noel Johnson ... Ambassador
Joan Young ... Miss Burnham
Steve Plytas ... Interrogator
Hana Maria Pravda ... Czech Receptionist (as Hana Pravda)
Jan Conrad ... Landlord
Stella Courtney ... Nadia
John G. Heller ... Czech Policeman
Brenda Dunrich ... Secretary
Charles Laszlo ... Police Motor Cyclist

Season 1, Episode 3: Colony Three

27 October 1964
Drake takes the place of a defector and goes behind the iron curtain to find out what is happening when foreign agents reach England. When he gets there he finds a replica English village, which is a school where foreign agents are taught to 'be British'. Actual British subjects, such as Drake, are employed to help teach the agents the finer points of the British way of life. Drake sets out to disrupt their education and stop the supply of agents to England.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Glyn Owen ... Randall
Niall MacGinnis ... Donovan
Peter Arne ... John Richardson
Katherine Woodville ... Janet Wells (as Catherine Woodville)
George Mikell ... Michael Pearce (Student)
Peter Madden ... Admiral
Edward Underdown ... Lord Anthony Denby
Cicely Paget-Bowman ... Lady Denby
Peter Jesson ... Robert Fuller
Laurence Herder ... Soldier
Charles Laszlo ... Agent

Season 1, Episode 4: The Galloping Major

3 November 1964
Drake is sent to Africa to protect the prime minister, who is in the midst of an election campaign. It is suspected that the opposition leader is planning to overthrow the government but Drake finds out that it is much more complicated.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake

William Marshall ... The Prime Minister K.W.Kamunga
Errol John ... Colonel Nyboto

Earl Cameron ... Kassawari
Edric Connor ... Dr. Manudu
Arnold Diamond ... Lasalle
Jill Melford ... Suzanne
Geoffrey Lumsden ... General Powers
Nora Nicholson ... Mrs. Manningham
Lloyd Reckord ... Barman

Zakes Mokae ... Personal Assistant
Danny Daniels ... Adjutant
Heather Emmanuel ... Girl
Ron Blackman ... N.C.O.
Jimmy Falana ... Attendant
Willie Payne ... Sergeant

Season 1, Episode 5: Fair Exchange

10 November 1964
In a poignant reminder that spies are merely people and that they often take terrible punishment when caught, Drake tries to stop a former agent from killing the East German government official who had her tortured beyond repair.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Lelia Goldoni ... Lisa Lanzing
James Maxwell ... Pieter
George Mikell ... Wilhelm Berg
Andre Van Gyseghem ... Col. Otto Berg
Barry Linehan ... Foster

Edwin Apps ... Mumford
Raymond Adamson ... Gorton
Noel Howlett ... Dr. McKenna
Kenneth Adams ... Sustri
Thomas Gallagher ... German Farmer
John Kirby ... German Guard
Hugo De Vernier ... Servant
Jeremy Tunnicliffe ... East German Guard
Bernard Davies ... German Taxi Driver
Ernest Lindsay ... Pohlman
Bruce Wightman ... English Taxi Driver (as Bruce Whightman)

Season 1, Episode 6: Fish on the Hook

17 November 1964
M9 receives a mayday signal from an agent in an Arab country. He has been compromised and must get out. The agent is also the contact for a local spy called the Fish. Drake is sent undercover to bring the Fish out.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Dawn Addams ... Gerdi

Zena Marshall ... Nadia
Terence Longdon ... Rowland
Martin Miller ... Dr. Zoren

Peter Bowles ... Gamal
Vladek Sheybal ... Tewfick
Michael Godfrey ... Abdul
Harvey Hall ... Maxwell
Robert Henderson ... Albert

Clive Russell ... G's Secretary
Walter Randall ... Cockney Soldier
Durra ... Arab Girl
Bakshi Prem ... Captain in Restaurant (as Prem Bakshi)
Karen Clare ... Dr. Zoren's Nurse
Raymond Adamson ... Gorton (uncredited)

Nadim Sawalha ... Head Waiter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: The Colonel's Daughter

24 November 1964
Drake is in India when he is asked by an old friend, the Delhi police chief, to investigate the mysterious death of the employee of a retired colonel. The colonel sells exotic butterflies but Drake finds out that there is a lot more to it.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Virginia Maskell ... Joanna Blakeley
Michael Trubshawe ... Colonel Blakeley

Warren Mitchell ... Chopra
Zia Mohyeddin ... Khan
John Bennett ... Minister
George Pastell ... Petel
Kenneth Adams ... Interrogator
Frank Olegario ... Plainclothes Man
Michael Nightingale ... Picton Jones
Kumar Ranji ... Gumta
Balu Patel ... Personal Asst. to Minister
Dean Francis ... Barman
Zoe Zephyr ... Margaret
Jaron Yaltan ... Subra
Peter Brayham ... Hotel assassin (uncredited)
Harold Kasket ... Man at club (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: The Battle of the Cameras

1 December 1964
A woman disguised as a clumsy tea lady steals some secret papers, which are sold to the highest bidder by a Mr Kent. M9 sends Drake to investigate a number of similar thefts by befriending the woman and infiltrating the organisation.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Dawn Addams ... Martine
Niall MacGinnis ... A.J.A. Kent
Frederick Bartman ... Alan Genicot
Peter Madden ... Admiral Hobbs
Patrick Newell ... Alex
Jose Berlinka ... Barman
Gilbert France ... Croupier
John Serret ... Senior Executive
Henry De Bray ... Chief Chemist
Hugo De Vernier ... Night Manager

Season 1, Episode 9: No Marks for Servility

8 December 1964
An international financier has come to the notice of M9, as he is believed to be an extortionist and murderer. When some important people are found dead, Drake goes undercover as a butler at the financier's rented villa in Rome.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Mervyn Johns ... Armstrong

Francesca Annis ... Judy
Howard Marion-Crawford ... Gregori (as Howard Marion Crawford)
Suzan Farmer ... Helen
Peter Illing ... Avraam
Peter Madden ... Hobbs
John Cazabon ... Strotti
Elizabeth Ashley ... Lady Fielding
Frederick Piper ... Sir Charles Fielding
John G. Heller ... Joseph

Season 1, Episode 10: A Man to Be Trusted

15 December 1964
Two M9 agents have been tortured and murdered on a Caribbean Island and Drake is sent to find out who killed them and to determine how much information they divulged before dying.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Harvey Ashby ... Mora

Patricia Donahue ... Lorna Corlander
Ralph Michael ... Dorset

Eunice Gayson ... Louise Bancroft

Wanda Ventham ... Stella Dorset
Christopher Carlos ... Papa Camille
Alvaro Fontana ... Customs Officer
Harry Baird ... Carlos
Tracy Connell ... Manservant
Boscoe Holder ... Dancer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Don't Nail Him Yet

22 December 1964
An agent is selling secrets to a foreign government. How he is doing this is unclear so Drake is brought in to find out, which he does by befriending him as a bumbling teacher on stress leave.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
John Fraser ... Rawson
Sheila Allen ... Dian

Anthony Dawson ... Lucas
Raymond Adamson ... Gorton

Edwin Apps ... Mumford
Edward Chapman ... Sir Ralph
Edward Cast ... Bennett

Wendy Richard ... Sue
Leonard Monaghan ... Lennie
Keith Bell ... Bill
Jacqueline Pearce ... Jeannie (as Jackie Pearce)
Nicholas Hawtrey ... Waiter
Ian Collin ... Pub Landlord
Sheila Mathews ... Diana (uncredited)
Fred Wood ... Fulham Supporter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: A Date with Doris

29 December 1964
A glamorous actress is murdered and an M9 agent, whose cover has been discovered, is framed for her murder. Drake task is to get him out of jail and off the island using a submarine code-named Doris.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake

Jane Merrow ... Juana Romero
Ronald Radd ... Joaquin Paratore

Eric Pohlmann ... Eduardo
James Maxwell ... Peter Miller
Marne Maitland ... Plainclothesman
Richard Bebb ... Major Casado
David Lander ... Chemist
David Cargill ... Van Driver
Carlos Douglas ... Reception Clerk
Micky Ventura ... Bell Boy
Alvaro Fontana ... Police Officer
David Charlesworth ... Sergeant
Guido Adorni ... José
Donald Tandy ... Doorman
Charles Hill ... Taverna Keeper
Magda Konopka ... Conchita Parrondo (as Magda Konopke)
Richard Owens ... Naval Lieutenant
Juan Llinares ... First Assassin
Michael Martin ... Second Assassin
Roy Vincente ... Soldier
Peter Brayham ... Sergeant's Man
Michael Marten ... Policeman
The Islanders ... Themselves
David Caual ... Van Driver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: That's Two of Us Sorry

5 January 1965
Confidential papers go missing, and Drake travels to a small island off the coast of Scotland in search of them and the culprit.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake

Francesca Annis ... Sheila

Finlay Currie ... Landlord
Nigel Green ... Magnus Sutherland
Duncan Lamont ... Angus McKinnon
Brian Phelan ... Donald McKinnon

Graham Crowden ... Braithwaite
Barbara Lott ... Mrs. Braithwaite
Julie Wallace ... Mrs. McKinnon
Duncan McIntyre ... Mackay
Rory MacDermot ... Security Man
Sarah Branch ... Miss Montgomery (as Sara Branch)
Stephen Jack ... Dr. Hutchins
John Southworth ... Todd
Ian Flintoff ... Nikita

Season 1, Episode 14: Such Men Are Dangerous

12 January 1965
A prisoner is soon to be released and is offered a well-paid job that is obviously crooked. As he wants to go straight, he reports the approach. Drake takes his place in order to find out what the crime is to be, which is murder.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Lee Montague ... Major Latour

Jack MacGowran ... Shorty Pratt
Zia Mohyeddin ... Mr. Sen

Jack Gwillim ... General
John Cairney ... Jack Taylor
Alan Wheatley ... Solicitor
Georgina Ward ... Diana
Peter Madden ... Hobbs
Robert O'Neill ... Red Johnson (as Robert O'Neil)
Thomas Baptiste ... Odzala
Roger Maxwell ... Tweedy Gentleman
Tom Gill ... Edwin Bowden
Ivor Salter ... Williams
Erik Chitty ... Butler
Dorinda Stevens ... Miss Jackson
Patrick Connor ... Gateman
David Cargill ... Harry Hutchinson
Henry Kay ... Inspector

Martine Beswick ... Girl
Judy Huxtable ... Girl
Ann Colston ... Girl
Pat Gorman ... Annex guard (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Whatever Happened to George Foster?

19 January 1965
Drake discovers that a woman is financing political agitators in Santo Marco trying to bring down the government. He sets out to find out who employs her and why. Drake finds it is being funded by a rich member of the aristocracy.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake

Adrienne Corri ... Pauline

Bernard Lee ... Lord Ammanford
Jill Melford ... Certhia
Joyce Carey ... Lady Ammanford
Colin Douglas ... The Stranger
Patsy Smart ... Nanny
Richard Caldicot ... Sir Joseph Manton
Redmond Phillips ... Secretary
Jack Bligh ... Charlie Hewitt
Michael Collins ... Police Sergeant
Dorothea Phillips ... Miss Jones
Sonia Fox ... Airport Clerk
Jeremy Ranchev ... Ginger
Barbara Leake ... Mrs. Foster
Bill Corlett ... Garage Attendant
Eynon Evans ... Schoolmaster
Dafydd Havard ... Landlord
Evan Thomas ... Vicar
Norman Wynne ... Jones the Boat
Roderick Jones ... Farmer
Brian Anderson ... Garage Manager

Season 1, Episode 16: A Room in the Basement

2 February 1965
To save a friend with sensitive information who is being held in the Romanian embassy in Geneva, Drake must break into the embassy, in defiance of the British ambassador, retrieve his friend, and avoid an international incident.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake

Jane Merrow ... Susan Turnbull
William Lucas ... Bernhard
Michael Gwynn ... Military Attache - Colonel
Mark Dignam ... British Ambassador
Gerard Heinz ... Dr. Huber

John Breslin ... Keith Turnbull
Edward Cast ... Luke
John Welsh ... British First Secretary Forbes
Jack May ... Third Secretary
Margo Johns ... Sister Rousseau

Kate O'Mara ... Annette
John Cater ... Man Receptionist
Jose Berlinka ... Servant
Peter Elliott ... Sergeant
Brenda Lawrence ... Receptionist

Season 1, Episode 17: The Affair at Castelevara

9 February 1965
A former republican leader returns to his home country to retire. However, he is arrested by the current president and faces the death sentence, something both the British and Americans do not want to happen. Drake is sent in to stop it.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake

Eric Pohlmann ... Carlos Bisbal
Harold Goldblatt ... Ramon Torres
Martin Benson ... General Ventura

André Morell ... Sir Duncan (as Andre Morell)
Alan Gifford ... Van Horn

Aubrey Morris ... Fortunato Santos
Brian Worth ... El Ferro
Sonia Fox ... Maite
Charles 'Bud' Tingwell ... Kemp (as Charles Tingwell)
Richard Leech ... Colonel Montes
David Saire ... Manuel
David Graham ... Detective
David Ritch ... Immigration Officer
Clive Cazes ... Prison Guard
Paul Armstrong ... Policeman in Cafe
Pauline Chamberlain ... Woman Walking through Airport Lounge (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: The Ubiquitous Mr. Lovegrove

17 February 1965
After a driving accident, Drake finds that he has a £500 gambling debt that he has no knowledge of. The owner of the casino knows all about Drake's career as an agent and blackmails him by threatening to out him as an M9 agent.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake

Adrienne Corri ... Elaine Pearson
Eric Barker ... Mr. Lovegrove
Francis De Wolff ... Paul Alexander

Patsy Rowlands ... Mrs. Elsie Farebrother
Peter Butterworth ... 'Umbrella'
Edward Underdown ... Capt. Morgan
Mike Pratt ... 'Briefcase'
John Cazabon ... Man in Black

Desmond Llewelyn ... Charles - Doorman
Patrick Connor ... Receptionist
Peter Gill ... Fletcher
Terrance Hooper ... Pierre - Croupier
Pauline Chamberlain ... Woman at Party in Silk Gown (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: It's Up to the Lady

23 February 1965
Grover has defected to China and M9 wants him back. Drake is ordered to try and get him. He follows Grover's wife to a remote Greek island near Albania where he encounters an Albanian agent keen on getting Grover's wife over the border.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake

Sylvia Syms ... Paula Glover
Robert Urquhart ... Charles Glover
Maxwell Shaw ... Nicos
Peter Madden ... Hobbs
Vera Cook ... Paula's Mother
Harry Tardios ... Mimiko
Meadows White ... Customs Official
Sarah Brackett ... Glover's secretary
Andreas Lysandrou ... Greek Policeman
George Zenios ... Greek Boy
Anthony Baird ... British Agent (As Antony Baird)
John Bryans ... Plainclothes Man
William Hurndell ... Truck Driver
Sally Douglas ... Girl

Season 1, Episode 20: Have a Glass of Wine

2 March 1965
Drake follows a young lady, who has been selling secrets, to France where he confronts her with what he knows. Kathleen is being blackmailed and her role is to take the information to France. She offers to help Drake find who employs her.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Ann Lynn ... Suzanne

Warren Mitchell ... Lamaze
George Benson ... Police Chief
Kathleen Breck ... Kathleen
Victor Brooks ... Jules
Michael Balfour ... Gaston
Larry Taylor ... Henri
Brian Weske ... Duty Officer
Anita Sharp-Bolster ... Old Lady (as Anita Sharp Bolster)
Ann Hefferman ... Madame Lafleur (as Ann Heffernan)
Sarah Brackett ... Annette
Roger Avon ... Chateau Guide
Michael Corcoran ... Pierre
Fred Wood ... Gendarme (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: The Mirror's New

9 March 1965
Bierce is a British diplomat in France. He shoots a man, to whom he owes money, and hides the body. He then suddenly disappears. Drake is sent to try and find out what has happened to him.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake

Donald Houston ... Edmund Bierce
David Hutcheson ... Sir Jeremy

Wanda Ventham ... Penny
Nicola Pagett ... Nicola
Bill Nagy ... George Murgia
Mary Yeomans ... Virginia Bierce
Ernst Walder ... Esser
Alison Seebohm ... Frances

Jerome Willis ... Second Pursuer
Yvonne Marquand ... Diana
Frank Maher ... First Pursuer

Season 1, Episode 22: Parallel Lines Sometimes Meet

16 March 1965
A British husband and wife couple, who are atomic scientists, disappear on their English holiday to the coast. The suspicion is that they have been kidnapped and sent to Haiti, and Drake is sent to investigate.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Moira Redmond ... Nicola Tarasova
Errol John ... Dessiles

Earl Cameron ... Darcy
Clifton Jones ... Lieut. Labaste
Paul Danquah ... James Owen
Christopher Carlos ... Victor N'Dias
Pearl Prescod ... Madame Celeste
Robert Dean ... David Elliot
Edward Brayshaw ... Vernon Brooks

Margaret Nolan ... Mrs. Elliot
Boscoe Holder ... Nero
Janet Hargreaves ... Eirlys Brooks
Louis Mahoney ... Guard
Joseph Layode ... Archivist

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: You're Not in Any Trouble, Are You?

4 September 1965
An M9 agent is murdered in Rome. Drake is sent to investigate the circumstances of his death and who murdered him. He finds the agent's tape recorder and this reveals that there is a murderers-for-hire organisation.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Susan Hampshire ... Lena
Andre Van Gyseghem ... Enzo Bandone
John Cazabon ... Ernesto
Bill Edwards ... Dave
Jeremy Burnham ... Ellis
John Welsh ... Emmerson
Robert Rietty ... Receptionist
Andreas Malandrinos ... Old Man
Frank Coda ... Barman
Tony Baron ... Fausto
Harry Tardios ... Left Luggage Clerk
Ray Barron ... Boy in Bar
Paul Layton ... Bell Boy

Burt Kwouk ... Masan
Pauline Chamberlain ... Woman in Hotel Bar (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: The Black Book

30 September 1965
A British general asks Drake to help his brother-in-law in Paris, who is being blackmailed. By placing a tracking device in the blackmail money, Drake gets to the first stage in the chain, a beautiful French girl.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Georgina Ward ... Simone
Griffith Jones ... Sir Noel Blanchard

Jack Gwillim ... General Carteret
Patricia Haines ... Lady Blanchard
Mike Pratt ... Serge
Richard Owens ... James
Fredric Abbott ... 1st Counter-Agent
Ray Roberts ... 2nd Counter-Agent
Edward Sinclair ... Business Man
Beresford Williams ... Politician

Season 2, Episode 3: A Very Dangerous Game

7 October 1965
Drake is sent to Singapore is to infiltrate the local Chinese spy ring. He impersonates a man who was going to defect to the East and his task is to find out as much about the foreign agency as possible, including the local spies.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Yvonne Furneaux ... Lisa Lee
Peter Arne ... Chi Ling

Francesca Tu ... Suzy (as Poulet Tu)

Anthony Dawson ... Simpson

Burt Kwouk ... Khim
Geoffrey Bayldon ... Dickinson
Dennis Ramsden ... Cmdr. Corbett
Charles Carson ... George
Mike Pratt ... British Controller
Norma West ... Pauline
Anthony Chinn ... Questioner
Cyril Chamberlain ... Wardrobe Master
Christopher Sandford ... Arthur
Cecil Cheng ... Watcher
Paul Tann ... Gunman
Mona Chong ... Hostess
Harry Brooks Jr. ... Young Man in Bar (as Harry Brooks)
Barbara Yu Ling ... Second Hostess (as Yu-Ling)
Tommy Yapp ... Barman (as Tommy Yap)
Don Chan ... Manservant (as Donald Chan)

Season 2, Episode 4: Sting in the Tail

11 September 1965
Noureddine assassinates the Shah of Assimi and Drake is brought in to get him to leave Beirut and travel to where he can be arrested. He does this by impersonating a struggling artist and befriending Noureddine's girlfriend.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Ronald Radd ... Alexandros

Derren Nesbitt ... Rachid Noureddine

John Standing ... James
Jeanne Roland ... Marie Valedon
David Collings ... Stephen Miller
Jeremy Spenser ... Shah of Assimi
Julian Somers ... Police Inspector
Andrew Laurence ... Sir Alan
Mary Webster ... Daphne Miller
Ernst Ulman ... Bulack
Juliet Harmer ... Michele
Christine Child ... Model
Neville Becker ... Messadi
Jose Berlinka ... Cafe Owner
Zeynep Tarimer ... Airport Clerk

Season 2, Episode 5: English Lady Takes Lodgers

21 October 1965
A spying agency is selling stolen secrets in Portugal. Drake is sent there disguised as an unsuccessful, indigent writer. He makes contact with the wife of a smuggler who has disappeared, and who is believed to be involved in the spy ring.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Gabriella Licudi ... Emma
Robert Urquhart ... Pilkington
Howard Marion-Crawford ... Cmdr. Collinson (as Howard Marion Crawford)
Frederick Bartman ... Philippe Granville
Gary Hope ... Colonel Torres

Jerome Willis ... Customs Official
Judy Huxtable ... Rosalind Fielding
Clive Cazes ... Taxi Driver

Roger Worrod ... Porter

Season 2, Episode 6: Loyalty Always Pays

28 October 1965
Drake is sent to an African nation after M9 has received a report that the defence minister has been negotiating a secret treaty with the Chinese. Drake's task is to obtain a copy of the treaty in a heavily fortified ministry building.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Johnny Sekka ... Beyla
Errol John ... Enugu

Earl Cameron ... Prime Minister

Nigel Stock ... Major Bert Barrington
Ray Brooks ... Frank Lucas

Dolores Mantez ... Miss Sefadu
Mark Heath ... Colonel M'Bota
Joan Newell ... Mrs. Barrington
Joan Hooley ... Suzy
Lloyd Reckord ... Kanda
Dan Jackson ... Doorman
Edward Jewesbury ... Vickers
Robert Lee ... Chin Lee
Bari Jonson ... Lieut. Kankana
Harry Baird ... 1st Removal Man
Ben Nightingale ... 2nd Removal Man (as Benny Nightingale)
Yemi Ajibade ... Barman
Harcourt Curacao ... 3rd Removal Man (as Harcourt Curaçao)

John Ashley Hamilton ... Secretary (as George A. Saunders)
Joseph Layode ... Affluent Man

Season 2, Episode 7: The Mercenaries

4 November 1965
An M9 agent infiltrating a group of mercenaries is killed, supposedly in an ambush. Drake is sent to Africa to join Colonel Coote's mercenaries and to find out what happened. He finds a plot to overthrow the government. a government.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake

Patricia Donahue ... Caroline Winter
John Slater ... Prime Minister

Percy Herbert ... Sergeant Bates
Peter Arne ... General G'Niore
Frederick Peisley ... Dr. Winter

Jack Gwillim ... General White
John Gabriel ... Pierre Deschamps
Derrick De Marney ... Colonel Coote
Zia Mohyeddin ... Sinclair Jones (as Zia Moyheddin)
Dervis Ward ... Hankinson

Shane Rimmer ... Buchanan
Patrick Jordan ... Brewster
Paul Danquah ... Cleaner
Tom Bowman ... Johnson
Zorenah Osborne ... Receptionist
Christopher Carlos ... Prime Minister's Secretary
David Lander ... Police Officer
Heather Emmanuel ... Lab Assistant
Boscoe Holder ... Witch Doctor
Pauline Chamberlain ... Woman at the Races (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Judgement Day

11 November 1965
Returning home, Drake finds himself diverted to Bir Azhad to pick up a doctor. However, he is very nervous as somebody tried to kill him with a book bomb. Drake realises that there is something in the doctor's past he wants to keep hidden.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Alexandra Stewart ... Jessica

John Woodvine ... Shimon
Maurice Kaufmann ... Pilot
Guy Deghy ... Garriga
David Saire ... Ygal
Peter Halliday ... James
Neville Becker ... Airport Official
Harold Berens ... Hotel Landlord
Ben Ari ... David (as Ben-Ari)
Mohammad Shamsi ... Carrier (as Mohammad Moosa Shamsi)
Yashaw Adem ... Driver (as Yashar Adem)
Bakshi Prem ... Bookseller

Season 2, Episode 9: The Outcast

18 November 1965
A WREN is murdered and Drake is sent to investigate. Her body is found with some top secret signals and he is to find out how and why she has the secrets. The only clue is a radio operator who disappeared just after she was killed.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake

Bernard Bresslaw ... Leo Perrins
Patricia Haines ... Nora Cazalet
Brian Worth ... Xavier

Judy Geeson ... Helen Cazalet
Richard Caldicot ... Commander Marsden (as Richard Caldicott)
Stephen Yardley ... The Stranger
Anita West ... Sandra
Fredric Abbott ... 'Dead' Man (as Frederic Abbott)
Caron Gardner ... Lieutenant Barrington
Paul Armstrong ... Spanish Bus Official
Tony Lee ... Ramon
Marina Vasquez ... Flamenco Dancer
Stanley Watson ... Guitar Player

Season 2, Episode 10: Are You Going to Be More Permanent?

2 December 1965
An M9 controller in Geneva vanishes and is replaced. The replacement also disappears so Drake is assigned to fill in and discover which of the controller's three contacts is a traitor.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Susan Hampshire ... Lesley Arden
Maxwell Shaw ... Wolf Kronenberger
Howard Goorney ... Joseph Laclos
John Miller ... Colonel Salmson
George Cormack ... Man in Museum
Murray Kash ... American
Denis Shaw ... Estate Agent
Cameron Miller ... French Customer
Desmond Cullum-Jones ... Jordon
Brian Gilmar ... First Agent
Frank Maher ... Second Agent
Tony Thawnton ... Vladimir
Lesley Allen ... Girl in Taxi

Season 2, Episode 11: To Our Best Friend

9 December 1965
Drake is sent to Bagdad as there appears to be a leak coming from one of his best friends. He sets a trap for his friend, which is sprung. When his friend vehemently denies his involvement, Drake must go looking for somebody else.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake

Donald Houston ... Bill Vincent
Ann Bell ... Leslie Vincent

T.P. McKenna ... Ivan
Jack Allen ... Colonel
John Gabriel ... Rutledge
Roderick Lovell ... Bertrand
Robert Rietty ... Translator
Gita Denise ... Natalie
Julian Sherrier ... Sayyed
Christopher Sandford ... Phelps
Frederick Farley ... Solomin
Cyril Cross ... Poltyev
Simon Brent ... Watcher
Brian Weske ... Simpson
Rhonda Ryan ... Girl in Phone Box
Charles Lloyd Pack ... 1st Secretary (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: The Man on the Beach

16 December 1965
Drake claims to be under orders to seek out a double-agent but the person who is meant to have given him the orders can't be found. Drake himself ends up under suspicion of having changed allegiances.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake

Barbara Steele ... Cleo
Glyn Houston ... Wykes
David Hutcheson ... Sir Alan Grose
Peter Hughes ... Howes
Clifton Jones ... Lyle
Fredric Abbott ... Callaghan
Juliet Harmer ... Lady Kilrush

Dolores Mantez ... Mary Ann
Gary Hope ... Rafael
Tommy Eytle ... Calypso Singer
Harry Baird ... Cellar Man
Paul Danquah ... Barman
Pearl Prescod ... Millie

Season 2, Episode 13: Say It with Flowers

23 December 1965
An agent that is sometimes used by M9 has disappeared and Drake is sent to Switzerland to find out what has happened. He finds that he is supposed to have died 3 months, ago but someone has withdrawn money out of his account recently.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake

Ian Hendry ... Wallace / Hagen
John Phillips ... Dr. Brajanska
Jemma Hyde ... Caroline
Harold Kasket ... Krummenacher
Martin Wyldeck ... Kasser
William Dexter ... Meyer
Rachel Herbert ... Verena
Basil Dignam ... Man in Taxi
Kevin Stoney ... Buchler
Gretchen Franklin ... Miss Wallace
Frank Maher ... Carl
Les White ... Wilhelm

Season 2, Episode 14: The Man Who Wouldn't Talk

30 December 1965
An M9 agent has been captured in Sofia and is being tortured to make him identify local agents, which threatens M9's operations in the area. Drake frees him but, still being affected by the torture, he mistakenly kills another agent.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake

Jane Merrow ... Lydia Greshnova
Norman Rodway ... Meredith
Ralph Michael ... Interrogator
Brian Worth ... Forbes
Simon Brent ... Peter
Murray Hayne ... Policeman at Garage
Mike Pratt ... Garage Manager
Frank Gatliff ... Doctor Radev
Roy Marsden ... H.Q. Policeman
John Herrington ... Night Porter
David Orchard ... Second Security Man
Ken Barker ... First Security Man (as Ken Haward)
Angela Lovell ... Girl in Bath

Season 2, Episode 15: Someone Is Liable to Get Hurt

6 January 1966
An M9 agent is murdered in the Caribbean while investigating illegal arms deals. The deals are supposed to be the precursor to an armed overthrow of the government. Drake is sent to take his place and investigate the dealings.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Maurice Denham ... Volos
Zia Mohyeddin ... Dr. Sawari
Geraldine Moffat ... Magda Kallai (as Geraldine Moffatt)

Earl Cameron ... Chand
John G. Heller ... Manuel

Jerome Willis ... Colonel Maturin
Roy Herrick ... Holst
George Baizley ... Adam (as George Baisley)

Season 2, Episode 16: Dangerous Secret

13 January 1966
Two children end up in hospital after they stumble into a government germ warfare research unit. This troubles the chief scientist's conscience and he flees to France. Drake is sent to bring him back to England.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Elizabeth Shepherd ... Louise Carron
Lyndon Brook ... Colin Ashby
Derek Francis ... Fenton
John Brooking ... Mather
Gordon Whiting ... Dark Glasses
Reginald Barratt ... Barbier
Michael Anthony ... Barjou
Sheila Steafel ... Jill Preston
Maureen Davis ... Barjou's Secretary
Nicole Shelby ... Receptionist
Jacqueline Hall ... Girl

Mark Lester ... Boy
Peter Brace ... Alex
Peter Brayham ... Stefan
Derek Baker ... Leon
Alf Joint ... Carl

Season 2, Episode 17: I Can Only Offer You Sherry

20 January 1966
In a Muslim country, Drake must investigate a British girl who's been giving sensitive information to a mysterious local man who's seduced her, but now holds her in check by lies and intimidation.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Wendy Craig ... Jean Smith
Anthony Newlands ... Ma'suud
Bernard Archard ... Nubar
Henry Gilbert ... Seghir
Tony Jason ... Police Sergeant
Ben Ari ... First Watcher
Alan Chuntz ... Second Watcher
Bob Anderson ... First Thug
Eddie Powell ... Second Thug

Warren Mitchell ... Military Attache / Fortune Teller

Season 2, Episode 18: The Hunting Party

27 January 1966
Patrick McGoohan, as John Drake, becomes a manservant to a wealthy family when investigating the leakage of secrets in very high circles.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Moira Lister ... Claudia Jordan

Denholm Elliott ... Basil Jordan
Edward Underdown ... Max Dell
John Welsh ... Ross
Alan White ... Edwards
William Ingram ... Coleman
Oliver Johnston ... Peer
John Barcroft ... Vernon
Michael Godfrey ... Gandon
Michael Peake ... Zepos
Jean Shaw ... Annette
Barbara Graley ... Martine
John Dunbar ... House of Lords Messenger
Wilfred Grove ... French Postman

Season 2, Episode 19: Two Birds with One Bullet

10 March 1966
John Drake steps into a murder trap set for him by a beautiful double agent in the Caribbean and is accused of the killing she commits.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Geoffrey Keen ... Commissioner Winlow
Lelia Goldoni ... Pilar Lin
Paul Curran ... Dr. Shargis

John Woodvine ... Singri Rhamin
Richard O'Sullivan ... Aldo Shargis
Guido Adorni ... José
Anne Blake ... Censor
Albert Shepherd ... First Prison Guard
Malcolm Rogers ... Police Officer
Clive Cazes ... Guard
Reuben Elvy ... Second Prison Guard

Season 2, Episode 20: I Am Afraid You Have the Wrong Number

17 March 1966
When an agent's death is faked in Geneva, Drake must find and retrieve him while avoiding the authorities finding proof that he or the missing agent are spies.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Paul Eddington ... Captain Schulman
Jeanne Moody ... Leanka
Guy Deghy ... Leontine
John Cazabon ... Aurel
Fredric Abbott ... Stoian
Vincent Harding ... Standfast
Les White ... Corbu
Graham Ashley ... Police Sergeant

Season 2, Episode 21: The Man with the Foot

24 March 1966
After his cover is blown in an operation, Drake heads for "sunny Spain" to hide out for a while. With an apparent enemy arriving and Drake's friend telling the hotelier he intends to shoot Drake, it becomes a puzzle as to who can be trusted and who is really up to what. One of the lighter-hearted episodes yet still intriguing.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake

Bernard Lee ... Derringham
Robert Urquhart ... Monckton
Paul Curran ... Miguel Gomez
Isobel Black ... Maruja
Hugh McDermott ... Solby
Michael Forrest ... Abelardo
Charles Houston ... Reever
Gertan Klauber ... Hencke

Season 2, Episode 22: The Paper Chase

31 March 1966
A British diplomat in Rome leaves some secret papers in a briefcase in his car. While he is having a drink, a man steals the briefcase. The diplomat calls in Drake, who goes on a chase and finds that the briefcase has been on-sold.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake

Joan Greenwood ... Nandina
Kenneth J. Warren ... Eddie Gelb

Aubrey Morris ... Tamasio
Ferdy Mayne ... Laprade
Simon Lack ... Gordon Symonds
Peter Swanwick ... Joe
Peter Stephens ... Frankie
Oliver MacGreevy ... Sam
Sandor Elès ... Canesi (as Sandor Eles)
Alarice Gordon ... Gloria (as Claire Gordon)
Hanja Kochansky ... Paula
Steve Plytas ... Constantine
Guido Adorni ... Waiter
Andreas Malandrinos ... Customer
Ben Ari ... Agent

Season 2, Episode 23: Not So Jolly Roger

7 April 1966
The Jolly Roger is pirate radio station on an old sea fort. A DJ is killed just as he sends a message saying that the station is sending coded messages to foreign submarines. Blake goes undercover as a DJ to find out what is happening.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Edwin Richfield ... Marco Janson
Wilfrid Lawson ... Corrigan
Lisa Daniely ... Linda Janson
Trisha Noble ... Susan Wade (as Patsy Ann Noble)
Andrew Faulds ... Mullins
Jon Rollason ... Summers
Christopher Sandford ... Andrews
John Tate ... Fisherman

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Koroshi

12 February 1967
A Japanese agent warns that a UN negotiator will be assassinated in New York by a Tokyo-based organisation. She is killed before she can give the details and Blake is sent to Tokyo to investigate. The only clue is a pendant the girl had.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Yoko Tani ... Ako Nakamura
Amanda Barrie ... Rosemary
Ronald Howard ... Sanders

Burt Kwouk ... Tanaka
John Garrie ... Old Japanese Man
Jeremy Longhurst ... Fortune
Christopher Benjamin ... Potter
Lilani Young ... Japanese Grand-daughter
Tudor Davis ... Hamlet [Kabuki Group]
Clive Marshall ... Laertes [Kabuki Group]
Vernon Morris ... Sword Bearer [Kabuki Group]
Daniel Nicolades ... Queen [Kabuki Group] (as Daniel Nicolaides)
Graham Payn ... Korombo [Kabuki Group] (as Graham Payne)
Stewart Rose ... Korombo [Kabuki Group]
Kenneth Shanley ... Horatio [Kabuki Group]
Kit Williams ... Korombo [Kabuki Group]

Richard Wilson ... King [Kabuki Group]
Pauline Chamberlain ... Woman in Yellow at the Airport (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Shinda Shima

26 February 1967
An electronics expert working for the secret service suddenly retires. M9 needs to know why and Blake takes his place. He follows the clues to an island off Japan, Shinda Shima, a place where there have been several unexplained deaths.

Patrick McGoohan ... John Drake
Yoko Tani ... Miho
Kenneth Griffith ... Richards
George Coulouris ... Controller (as George Colouris)
Maxine Audley ... Pauline
David Toguri ... Commander Yamada
Tommy Yapp ... Contact Man
Edward Ogden ... Edward Sharp
Mona Chong ... First Girl Islander
Robert Lee ... Manager of Two-Tailed Dragon
Paula Li Shiu ... Second Girl Islander
Kristopher Kum ... Passport Official
Anna Mai ... Airline Clerk
Barbara Yu Ling ... Hostess (credit only)
Pauline Chamberlain ... Woman at Tokyo Airport (uncredited)

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