The Avengers: Season 4, Episode 9

The Hour That Never Was (25 Apr. 1966)

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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 ... See full summary »

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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. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Ray Austin, appearing uncredited as the "Dead Milkman" was the stunt co-ordinator for the series, and directed some episodes as well. See more »

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Beer Barrel Polka (Roll Out the Barrel)
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Performed by a Player Piano
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Roy Kinnear makes his second appearance
20 February 2011 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Hour That Never Was" is quite engrossing for most of its length, but the rather conventional climax is a slight letdown (especially the laughing gas). Steed and Mrs. Peel arrive at an RAF air base for a reunion bash, only to find the place entirely deserted (almost). Eventually, they spy a milkman running away, shot dead by an unseen assailant. Once Mrs. Peel abruptly disappears, an almost frantic Steed discovers another person lying around, Benedict Napoleon Hickey (Roy Kinnear), a derelict living out of dustbins, who claims to have seen no one since 11 AM, the time that all clocks have stopped. He also mentions a strange noise that left him feeling drunk, and we learn about the adorable Boston terrier that involved Steed in the affair. Daniel Moynihan had previously done "Man with Two Shadows," the scene stealing Roy Kinnear, previously seen in "Esprit De Corps," would return for both "The See-Through Man" and "Bizarre," and Gerald Harper, first seen in "Death Dispatch," would return for "Homicide and Old Lace." Debuting on the show were Roger Booth, who would return for "Escape in Time," and Dudley Foster, back in both "Something Nasty in the Nursery" and "Wish You Were Here."


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