Pendergrast, a man who works for KARTEL is under surveillance. The agent keeping an eye on him overhears him talking about his great plan and now that he has the blue crystal he can go ... See full summary »

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Worthington Pendergast
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Helen
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Twilliger
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Pendergrast, a man who works for KARTEL is under surveillance. The agent keeping an eye on him overhears him talking about his great plan and now that he has the blue crystal he can go forward. But a sat burglar breaks into Pendergrast's estate and steals his crystal thinking it's a gem. The agent is then instructed to get the cat burglar but Pendergrast's men shoot the agent. Thomas is told of what happened and he tries to find the cat burglar and does but he doesn't have the crystal. Thomas then poses as the burglar and let's Pendergrast grab him. They learn that the cat burglar gave the crystal to a girl who upon seeing something odd about gives it to a scientist. Pendergrast makes Thomas steal it. Thomas gets it and Pendergrast gets away. So Thomas has to find out what Pendergrast is planning and stop him. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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15 December 1979 (USA)  »

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Washing The World Clean
15 October 2006 | by (Ambrosia) – See all my reviews

Worthington Prendergast has created the blueprint for a new city, to be constructed using slave labour. But first he has to destroy the U.S.A.

KARTEL supplies him with a laser projector whose ray can greatly increase mass. Prendergast plans to sink a ship carrying nuclear waste off California, thus contaminating the coastline. Unfortunately for him, a wily cat burglar named Harry Helms jeopardises the operation by stealing the blue crystal needed to power the device. Sloane decides to impersonate the thief...

Michael Pataki's organ-playing villain is straight out of 'The Phantom Of The Opera', and gives Clive Revill a run for his money in the over-the-top stakes. He executes an ineffective agent by subjecting him to a barrage of deadly sonic waves. Sloane's gymnasium jeopardy was obviously inspired by the 'Shrublands' scene in the Bond film 'Thunderball', while his dart-firing signet ring echoes Bond's wrist-watch gun from 'Moonraker'. Fun episode, let down slightly by the finale. Even Roger Moore's Bond never used soap suds to save the world.


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