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"The Man from U.N.C.L.E." The Iowa-Scuba Affair (TV Episode 1964) Poster

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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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Jill Denison: Now, look, Mr., uh... uh... Laurence Sylvester Blenman. Would... would you please tell me who you really are?

Napoleon Solo: Napoleon Solo. And I represent an organization designated the U.N.C.L.E.

Jill Denison: U.N.C... U.N.C.L.E.? Well, isn't that some sort of a... a... a spy or secret service organization?

Napoleon Solo: Yeah, something like that. U.N.C.L.E. works for all nations. One of our responsibilities is to suppress any activity that might be a threat to world peace.

Jill Denison: [surprised] In Iowa?

Napoleon Solo: Anywhere.

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Napoleon Solo: Frightened?

Jill Denison: Yes. I mean... well, no. I mean... well, because I'm with you. Does that sound childish?

Napoleon Solo: Not at all. I consider it a beautiful compliment.

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