The Avengers (1961–1969)
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Never, Never Say Die 

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 ... See full summary »

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Jeremy Young ...
Dr. Penrose
Patricia English ...
Dr. James
David Kernan ...
Eccles
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Whittle
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Sergeant
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Private
Geoffrey Reed ...
Carter
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Selby
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Elderly Gent
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Young Man
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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. Written by don @ minifie-1

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31 March 1967 (USA)  »

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Emma is seen at the beginning of the show watching episode #4.3, "The Cybernauts" on TV. See more »

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When Steed meets Professor Stone he is wearing a blue striped suit. When he leaves he now has a plain brown suit. See more »

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Emma Peel: Steed, MOT-NRU stands for...
John Steed: Ministry of Technology, Neoteric Research Unit.
Emma Peel: That's a good guess.
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Features The Avengers: The Cybernauts (1965) See more »

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Christopher Lee on The Avengers!
2 October 2006 | by (Santa Rosa, California, USA) – See all my reviews

This was quite an event for a fifteen year old boy in 1967! Hammer Fillm fans tuned in and we weren't disappointed, with Lee as a dapper scientist, Frank N. Stone, who just happens to be involved with creating robot duplicates that are indistinguishable from the real thing. This one has thrilling scenes of Lee lumbering about the countryside, stalking people who are using radio-controlled toys, drawn to the frequency and bringing a fistful of violence with him. Great fun, Emma is lovely and spunky as ever, Steed polished and urbane, and if it's not the best episode, nor even in the top ten, it's still essential viewing for any fan of horror cinema or this wonderful show from TV's golden age.


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