Solo and Kuryakin are told to escort a captured Thrush official, Egon Stryker, to Washington. Meantime, Waverly transports a man the agents are told is a double for Stryker. A Thrush team keeps trying to whisk Stryker away.

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Edward Mallory ...
Narum
Andy Albin ...
Mr. Thyssen
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Mrs. Thyssen
Michele Montau ...
Madame Fleur (as Michael Montau)
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Torelli
Ken Drake ...
Doctor
Dallas Mitchell ...
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Ann Staunton ...
Woman on Train
Richard Mosier ...
Boy on Train
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Solo and Kuryakin are told to escort a captured Thrush official, Egon Stryker, to Washington. Meantime, Waverly transports a man the agents are told is a double for Stryker. A Thrush team keeps trying to whisk Stryker away.

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11 January 1965 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The first time Solo ( Vaughn) breaks the 4th wall, and speaks directly to the TV audience, inviting us, the viewer to watch. See more »

Crazy Credits

A different opening credit sequence was used for this episode. Following the villain shooting at Solo through the glass, Solo walks out from behind the glass and talks to the audience about THRUSH and that night's episode. This is the only episode to use this unusual version of the opening. See more »

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The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
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**1/2
3 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Sorry to the previous review, but I found this episode to be a loser.

Decoys usually make for interesting stories but this one fails to do so as it becomes quite confusing to discover who the decoy and real THRUSH agent are. To make things more amazing, both Solo, the suave, debonair character and the straight laced serious Ilya are kept in the dark.

Naturally, a pretty blond enters the picture and in this case she is on the train. Of course, she becomes part of the action even though she is not an agent for either side and is condemned to death by the supposed THRUSH agent. By the way, what was he going to testify about in Washington, D.C.?

The Amish couple steal the episode when they give lodging to Solo, Ilya and the "agent." Along with the blond, thinking they're married, they set up a bedroom as a honeymoon suite for the "couple."


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