The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1964–1968)
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The Concrete Overcoat Affair: Part I 

Thrush, led by the nervous Louis Strago and his assassin secretary Miss Diketon, has embarked on an ambitious project. The organization has recruited a Nazi scientist who once theorized by ... See full summary »

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Louis Strago
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Miss Diketon
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Arturo 'Fingers' Stilletto
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Enzo 'Pretty' Stilletto
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Federico 'Feet' Stilletto
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Mrs. Fingers Stilletto
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Pia Monteri (as Letitia Roman)
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Dr. Von Kronen
Penny Santon ...
Grandmama Monteri
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Padre Francisco
Vincent Beck ...
Luger
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Crunch Battaglia (as Slapsy Maxie Rosenbloom)
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Thrush, led by the nervous Louis Strago and his assassin secretary Miss Diketon, has embarked on an ambitious project. The organization has recruited a Nazi scientist who once theorized by changing the Gulf Stream, you could make Iceland into a lush, green country and make Europe into a frozen wasteland. Thrush is prepared to make the scientist's dream a reality. By the end of Part I, Napoleon Solo faces a forced marriage to a relative of retired gangsters while Illya Kuryakin is being tortured by Miss Diketon. Written by Bill Koenig

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25 November 1966 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The Kit Kat Klub seen here was also seen in Mission Impossible. See more »

Goofs

After Solo jumps out of the window and joins Illya in the Land Rover, palm trees can be seen ahead as well as an American street sign (yellow caution diamond shaped). Palm trees don't grow in Sicily. See more »

Connections

Edited into The Spy in the Green Hat (1967) See more »

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Wedding March
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Written by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
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