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.

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Emma
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Pilkington
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Cmdr. Collinson (as Howard Marion Crawford)
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Philippe Granville
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Colonel Torres
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Rosalind Fielding
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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.

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11 December 1965 (USA)  »

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Stupid Is as Stupid Does
30 March 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this adequate installment of Secret Agent you have a small band of seemingly civilized spies operating merrily under the non-watchful eye of Lisbon security chief Pilkington, who is operated by three-time guest star Robert Urquhart.

Pilkington is oblivious to the espionage taking place under his nose, being more concerned with the status of his position among the local British community. Urquhart plays the doofus quite well, and he'll be back in 'The Man With The Foot' to demonstrate this quality once more.

The only spy gadget I spotted in this episode is barely worth cataloging.. but ... Drake did use a version of the exploding cigar, this time in the form of a pipe, to wriggle out of a tough spot (that he willingly got himself in to). This brings the unofficial spy gadget count for both series up to 22!


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