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Alexander Gritsky


A British politician's career is suddenly rejuvenated after he's been exposed to a device that reverses the aging process. But he's also a prisoner. He needs additional treatments and the machine is now under the control of Thrush and the politician's manipulative wife. Written by Bill Koenig

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11 February 1966 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)


Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Two actors from bewitched in this episode: Maurice Evans and Beard Fox. See more »


Before Jordin lets Solo out of the wine vat, he tells Solo to take off his jacket and shoulder holster and to remove one shoe. But Solo's pants pockets are also turned out, despite Jordin neither asking him to do it nor Solo being shown turning them out. See more »


[after an attack on Jordin fails]
Napoleon Solo: I thought you had a little more style than to try an old trick like that.
Illya Kuryakin: I don't know what you mean.
Napoleon Solo: Well, money clip, I'm surprised at you.
Illya Kuryakin: It is also a bomb.
Napoleon Solo: [surprised] Really?
Illya Kuryakin: Really.
Napoleon Solo: [curious] Really?
[Illya tosses the clip away and it explodes]
Illya Kuryakin: Really.
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Edited into One of Our Spies Is Missing (1966) See more »

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"What do you think, we are science fiction?"
30 June 2009 | by (Ambrosia) – See all my reviews

Part One concluded with a youthful Sir Norman Swickert emerging from the rejuvenation machine. However, Part Two begins with Sir Norman still old. Gritsky ( Harry Davis ) tells Madame de Sala that he has merely initiated the process.

Meanwhile, in the wine cellar, our intrepid heroes are about to be crushed in a press. Jordin stops the machine, and believing Illya dead, tries to question Solo. Illya emerges, and throws a money-clip bomb. Jordin escapes.

The rejuvenated Sir Norman plans to marry de Sala, and resume his political career, but the process is not permanent and he must receive regular treatment. He becomes angry with de Sala, feeling he is being manipulated.

Jordin leads a raid on the House of de Sala in Paris, killing Olga and snatching Gritsky. Now THRUSH has the process...

Part 2 boasts some action, but drags a bit. Perhaps the story would have worked better as a single episode. Maurice Evans gives a remarkable performance as the Churchillian 'Sir Norman'. Vera Miles' 'de Sala' is overshadowed by Bernard Fox's charming 'Jordin'. The rejuvenation machine contains the head of 'Robby The Robot' from the classic 'Forbidden Planet' ( 1956 ).

One question - when Gritsky uses the process on himself, why does his moustache not disappear? Did he have a 'tash' when he was eight years old?

Good to see Leo G.Carroll getting some of the action for once. Love the bit where he knocks out a THRUSH guard!

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