UNCLE and Thrush have tracked a scientist, missing for 10 years, to a suburban community.

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Betsy Wilson
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Mr. Willoughby
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P.T. Barkley
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Miss Witherspoon
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Jonathan Fletcher
King Moody ...
Barrows
Ray Kellogg ...
Joe
Paul Sorensen ...
Archie
Buddy Lewis ...
Breadman
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Maxine Semon ...
Neighbor Lady
Ron Mitchell ...
Irate Man
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UNCLE and Thrush have tracked a scientist, missing for 10 years, to a suburban community.

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6 January 1967 (USA)  »

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Truly Great Scenes from Old Milk Trucks
21 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A little deep with the math and the hiding of a nuclear researcher in suburbia but funny too, with some amazing milk trucks and milk men, from the 60's when they delivered to your door. the chase scenes are pretty good and some people getting sick from fumes in the lights is an interesting spy twist~~ Good segment and so humanly typical of the "Man from U.N.C.L.E" team--like when the other throws out the bread thinking it is a bomb but the partner really ordered a loaf of rye...The lady is such a Leave it To Beaver type woman and that makes it so Brady-Bunchy. I think the older kids of today may have a few good laughs at some of these non-R type scenes. My 8 year-old would laugh and laugh at certain parts. The neighborhood looks an awful lot like the first neighborhood Sonny & Cher lived in before moving into Tony Curtis' place, according to the jackets of their LP's when they got their start: I had to wonder if there was any connection to this film location and them besides the fact that the joint episode on my VHS guest-stars Sonny & Cher, & is titled "The Hot Number Affair."


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