Napoleon Solo travels to Iowa, the site of a secret U.S. Air Force base, after a saboteur turns up there. A group wants to hijack a secret U.S. plane as part of a plan to overthrow a South American nation.

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Illya Kuryakin (credit only)
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Clint Spinner
Margarita Cordova ...
Latin Woman
May Heatherly ...
Heather McNabb
Shirley O'Hara ...
Aunt Martha
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Miss Pruit
Vince Deadrick Sr. ...
Tommy Blenman (as Vincent Deadrick)
Charles McDaniel ...
Police Officer
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Air Force Major
Ollie O'Toole ...
Newspaperman
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Assassin
John Herman Shaner ...
Air Force Sergeant (as John Shaner)
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Napoleon Solo travels to Iowa, the site of a secret U.S. Air Force base, after a saboteur turns up there. A group wants to hijack a secret U.S. plane as part of a plan to overthrow a South American nation.

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29 September 1964 (USA)  »

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The aircraft shown in the early part of the episode is a McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom See more »

Goofs

The Major refers to the dead airman as Airman First Class. The previous scene clear shows him with three strips of a Sergent, not the two stripes of an A1C. See more »

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Napoleon Solo: Well, the bookmaker was obviously killed and his records forged to close the case on the imposter.
Alexander Waverly: I trust you were appropriately indignant.
Napoleon Solo: Yes, sir. Particularly to the newspapers.
Alexander Waverly: I needn't remind you you're inviting an attempt on your life.
Napoleon Solo: Isn't that the idea?
Alexander Waverly: Report any such attempts immediately. Unless they're successful.
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Although he appears in the opening pre-credits sequence, as well as the main credits sequence, David McCallum does not otherwise appear in the episode. See more »

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The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
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some new stuff --back then.
20 November 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This second episode had those strange infra-red rifles making a sound I'd never heard before back in 1964. And to add to this new strangeness, Donner filmed these black-suited guys in barely perceived slow-motion. So in both sound and sight, it made TMFU a show with a difference. These rifles appeared later to great comic/action affect in 'The Never-Never Affair'. By then, TMFU was on its way to becoming a TV phenomenon.


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