Thrush has a mole inside UNCLE's New York headquarters. All signs point to George Dennell, a good-natured UNCLE employee who envies enforcement agents such as Solo and Kuryakin. Dennell ... See full summary »

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Larry Blyden ...
George Dennell
Elizabeth Allen ...
Carla Drosten
Jim Boles ...
Dr. Lazarus
Erik Holland ...
U.N.C.L.E. Agent 18
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Victor
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Vincent
Al Hopson ...
Photo Clerk (as Alfred Hopson)
Elizabeth Harrower ...
Thrush Dowager
Bonnie Jones ...
Communications Girl
Alfred Shelly ...
Guard
Adair Jameson ...
Woman in Cafe
Justin Smith ...
U.N.C.L.E. Technician
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Thrush has a mole inside UNCLE's New York headquarters. All signs point to George Dennell, a good-natured UNCLE employee who envies enforcement agents such as Solo and Kuryakin. Dennell protests he is innocent and Solo takes a big chance on George. Written by Bill Koenig

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When Solo and Illya are fighting in the camera store Illya's suit is burgundy but when he goes over the counter, the stunt double is wearing a dark suit when he comes from behind the counter But when he leaves it's back to burgundy again See more »

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In the opening sequence Mr. Solo takes a standard photo processing envelope (just large enough to hold prints up to 5 x 7 inches in size) out of the camera shop. When Illya opens the envelope back at U.N.C.L.E. headquarters it is now a larger envelope containing 8 x 10 prints. See more »

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14 February 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Larry Blyden, who died too young, appears in this episode as a very nice guy who works for UNCLE, but is soon suspected of being a THRUSH agent.

Problem with this episode is that it goes from Blyden to the Elizabeth Allen character, then both as cohorts, and finally that one is lying and the other is telling the truth.

It's really up to Solo to sort all of this mayhem out as THRUSH has killed an agent in Asia and Waverly is off to the funeral.

Allen is a real devilish character here as she fools you with her submissiveness at the beginning, before her true intentions shall become known to us all.


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