A single shilling is the object of a hunt between UNCLE and criminal groups in Hong Kong.

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Bernie Oren
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Cleveland
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Merry
Richard O'Brien ...
Fauntleroy
Rick Traeger ...
Herr Schnuger
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Knopfagel
Anthony Eustrel ...
Mr. Smith-Jones (as Antony Eustrel)
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Lilyan Chauvin ...
Madame Claudile
Joseph V. Perry ...
Max Wenzel (as Joe Perry)
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A single shilling is the object of a hunt between UNCLE and criminal groups in Hong Kong.

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15 March 1965 (USA)  »

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10 February 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

By far, one of the absolute worst episodes I have viewed in this usually good show.

A valuable coin, stealing defense secrets, make up this episode set in Hong Kong. There, a group of deviants meet to bid on a coin which they all feel contains vital information.

When the courier of the coin is killed, Glenn Corbett plays someone who steps in to intervene and is soon caught up in the mayhem.

Gavin MacLeod is just ridiculous as a leader taking bids on the item. He is aided by Richard Kiel of James Bond fame.

Ilya coming upon the scene as a dressed up Mongolian deviant is just as absurd. The whole thing is ridiculous and absolutely laughable. One wonders how anyone could concoct such junk.


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