An UNCLE agent transporting a Thrush device is killed when members of a revived Thugee cult in India rob a plane and cause it to crash. Solo picks up the trail of the murdered agent. He must deal with both Thrush and the cult.

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Illya Kuryakin (credit only)
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The Maharajah
Neile Adams ...
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The Inspector
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Charles Chikhli
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Duncan Bruce MacAlister
Madge Blake ...
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Noel De Souza ...
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George Sawaya ...
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An UNCLE agent transporting a Thrush device is killed when members of a revived Thugee cult in India rob a plane and cause it to crash. Solo picks up the trail of the murdered agent. He must deal with both Thrush and the cult.

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25 January 1965 (USA)  »

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The US aircraft shown early in the episode is an F-4B Phantom II from VMFA-513 (Marine Fighter Attack Squadron). The tail letters are WF and the word "MARINES" can be seen on the side as the aircraft is landing. VMFA-513 flew out of Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) El Toro in Orange County, about 50 miles down the coast from Hollywood. See more »

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At the end when Solo is holding the briefcase over his head, during the view from behind him his arm is fully extended; from the front his arm is only halfway up. See more »

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The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
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***1/2
13 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It was never made perfectly clear who that other so called agent represented. Upon his arrest at the end of the episode and the fact that he wouldn't back up Napoleon, when the latter was under suspicion for murder, proved that he wasn't on the right side of the law.

Carrying a THRUSH object proved deadly for an UNCLE agent in this episode.

You know something is terribly amiss when that Indian stewardess was taken off of the doomed plane at the last minute.

Once again, THRUSH showed no allegiance whatsoever to its agent when she could be easily identified.

The reemergence of some ancient Indian cult now tied in with the THRUSH organization was somewhat eerie to comprehend.


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