A magician has developed a mind-reading device and offers it to UNCLE. The problem is Thrush, led by rivals Victor Marton and Miss Belmont, also is seeking the machine.

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Lucia Belmont
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Mimi Doolittle
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Victor Marton
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Cantrell
Don Henley ...
Belmont's Aide
Andre Philippe ...
Merlin
Adrienne Marden ...
Mama Doolittle
Robert F. Hoy ...
Thrush Agent (as Robert Hoy)
Jack Bernardi ...
Barry Brooks ...
Taxi Driver
Dodie Marshall ...
Receptionist
James Gavin ...
Policeman
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A magician has developed a mind-reading device and offers it to UNCLE. The problem is Thrush, led by rivals Victor Marton and Miss Belmont, also is seeking the machine.

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After Solo is gassed in the squad car and taken to the mortuary when the casket is first opened His head is lower but when the shot is again Solo's head is higher on the pillow See more »

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Lucia Belmont: [sniffling] You sure I didn't catch this cold from you?
Belmont's Aide: I only wish you had, Miss Belmont.
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***1/2
13 February 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Don't miss the final sneeze on this one. What makes this episode a particularly good one is the conflict between the master of evil, embodied here by the usual sinister Vincent Prince and the equally mean Patricia Medina, the latter looking for a THRUSH promotion will do just about anything to obtain her objective.

Julie Sommars, with that talk of hers, is the innocent victim who gets involved in all this mayhem when she works for the guy who has this super memory invention. Of course, THRUSH does away with him as they want the invention for themselves.

It's always good seeing agents fight among themselves. They will be their own downfall.


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