Solo seeks to find a group of scientists who are trying to start World War III. Chemicals that are destroying the Russian grain harvest are being launched by rockets off the West Coast of the United States.

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Alexander Waverly (credit only)
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Vincent Lockridge
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Alexander Lockwood ...
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Dr. Foster
May Heatherly ...
John Harding ...
Dr. Martin
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Dr. Ross (as Reg Parton)
Ed McCready ...
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Robert Random ...
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Solo seeks to find a group of scientists who are trying to start World War III. Chemicals that are destroying the Russian grain harvest are being launched by rockets off the West Coast of the United States.

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Seen in the background on the wall of the underwater laboratory are the semi-circular/crescent light panels used in Morbius' laboratory in the film Forbidden Planet. These same light panels can be seen now and then in other films and television shows of this period. See more »

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As Solo, Gabe, Felecia and her father are escaping from the oil platform fireworks are exploding in the sky. The fireworks are animated and the same firework explosion can be seen repeating itself. The second time the fireworks are shown the left and right sides are mirror images of each other and the fireworks move as a whole in the air demonstrating movement in the camera. See more »

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The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
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Worst post-dubbing ever!
20 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The "Neptune" episode contains some of the worst dialog dubbing I've seen in a long time. There must have been a legal or other problem with a particular word in the dialog. In acts 3 & 4, the word "hydro" is inserted several times INSTEAD of some other word ("freon," perhaps, judging by the lips). Robert Vaughan's corrected dialog sounds OK although it's obvious his lips aren't matching the word. But in John Banner's case, a TOTALLY DIFFERENT voice was thrown in just for one word in the sentence. You have to see it to believe how completely awful it is! (And it happens again later.) I wish someone could explain why this was done, and done so badly. (2010 NOTE: The "Man from UNCLE" handbook explains that the word WAS "freon," and the producers discovered that the name was owned by the company that made it. They couldn't get all the actors back for a post-dub session, so they had one actor dub them all.)


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