The Re-Collectors are hunting down Nazis, who had stolen priceless art works. Solo and Kuryakin investigate and discover the situation really is more complicated.

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Jocelyn Lane ...
Jacqueline Beer ...
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Theodore Marcuse ...
Gregori Valetti (as Theo Marcuse)
Rico Cattani ...
Herak (as Henry Rico Cattani)
Shepherd Sanders ...
Tesco (as Shep Sanders)
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Mimi Dillard ...
Margaret
Gene Roth ...
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The Re-Collectors are hunting down Nazis, who had stolen priceless art works. Solo and Kuryakin investigate and discover the situation really is more complicated.

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22 October 1965 (USA)  »

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When the Sergeant (Vic Tayback) rescues Napoleon Solo, Solo calls him by his rank. But Solo couldn't know he's a Sergeant. Solo's back is to the door, and he can't see who has come in. See more »

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Napoleon Solo: It is beautiful.
Demos: Yes. Too beautiful for the vulgar.
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13 February 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Any stories which involve stolen art treasures from the Nazi regime are always interesting to watch as we know that the devils plundered plenty of artistic goodies from their victims during World War 11.

Interesting to see the always conniving and evil George MacReady actually find romance in this episode as he is devoted to Jacqueline Beer; although, he is a top former Nazi official hiding his true identity and knocking off fellow former Nazis so that he can sell the art treasures back to the families of the victims.

Again, this is another episode that succeeds because we see internal conflict within the powers of evil.


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