It Takes a Thief (1968–1970)
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A Spot of Trouble 

Sensitive plans for a new weapon are stolen, and after the best agents in the government fail to locate them back Mundy is called. What seems like an easy job becomes complicated when it is realized the plans have been micro dotted

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Pierre Gropius
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Kurt Kredo
Joan Patrick ...
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Hilda
Charles Lampkin ...
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Sensitive plans for a new weapon are stolen, and after the best agents in the government fail to locate them back Mundy is called. What seems like an easy job becomes complicated when it is realized the plans have been micro dotted

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5 March 1968 (USA)  »

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Katherine Crawford is the daughter of Roy Huggins and has been married to series executive producer Frank Price since 1965. Crawford played Nancy Ross-White in the earlier episode "A Very Warm Reception." This was her final appearance on the series. See more »

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Al Mundy: Y'know, for a secret agent, you're not much fun.
Nancy Ross-White: Well, for an expense account item you're a disaster!
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Colourful episode, but that's all.
12 March 2015 | by See all my reviews

Still espionage story where Wagner is in charge of recovering secret weapons plans stolen by a fashion photographer. Nothing new here, the heist is forgettable if not invisible, but you can't miss the many bunnies in bikini around the obvious swimming pool, clichés among clichés for a series speaking of a playboy lead character. Forget this one, if you dare comparing to the others, at least the previous ones. I hope the following will be more interesting. Only the late sixties atmosphere and score saves this episode. Directed by Herschell Daugherty, a prolific vet TV director, who also made a couple of movies for the big screen, most westerns.


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