John Drake trails a foreign agent to Kashmir, hoping to discover how he is passing secret information out of the country. He discovers the agent's contact to be a woman named Louise Goddard... See full summary »

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John Drake trails a foreign agent to Kashmir, hoping to discover how he is passing secret information out of the country. He discovers the agent's contact to be a woman named Louise Goddard. After paying a visit to the mountain dwelling where she and her husband live, his cover is blown, forcing events to a head quickly. Due to a health condition of Louise's husband, bringing him down from the mountain could be deadly. Drake must decide the best way to proceed. Written by Twenty Penguins

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Unconvincing.
12 November 2013 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

A man was held in an Indian prison for spying. However, they eventually released him and the man has been on the run since, as he knows agents might try to kill or apprehend him. The case is given to Drake (Patrick McGoohan) and he goes to the mountains of Kashmir to find the man. Oddly, when the do meet up, everything is initially chummy and the guy thinks he's lucky to have a visitor. However, his wife sends a picture of Drake to her country's spy network and they discover who he is. Now here is where the show gets BAD. In the past, the same thing happened and the pursuers were killed. Now, Drake talks the guy into just giving himself up...and he agrees to do so!!! Huh? Well, at least the ending is decent in this otherwise dull and talky episode of "Danger Man".


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