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. Written by
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Did You Know?
Note the connection with the 1951 classic "A Christmas Carol," in which Patrick Macnee was the young Jacob Marley and Mervyn Johns (Dickens expert Brandon Storey) was Bob Cratchit. See more
While Steed and Mrs. Peel are driving in his car, the position of the windscreen changes constantly from shot to shot. See more
Secrets have been getting into the wrong hands.
And you think he may be responsible?
I'm certain he's responsible, because the secrets that have been leaking out have only been entrusted to two people, him and me. I know it isn't me.
References A Christmas Carol
The Grand Old Duke of York
English nursery rhyme
Performed by Patrick Macnee See more