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Episode credited cast:
Milos Kuro
Vitol Enzor
John McLiam ...
Anton Usakos
Barry Atwater ...
Premier Leon Vados
Charles Maxwell ...
Clete Roberts ...
Ed McCready ...
Socrates Ballis ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Willy Armitage (credit only)


Milos Kuro, the Minister of Culture of the UCR, a country behind the Iron Curtain, bombards his country with anti-American propaganda, hoping to undermine the pro-Western Premier Leon Vados. The IMF tries to discredit Kuro by enticing him with an anti-American play that they hope he will stage in his home country -- then using some classic IMF techniques to make a few carefully calculated changes to the text of the play. Written by aldanoli

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8 December 1968 (USA)  »

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Jerry Reed (not credited) plays the guard with the dog outside the theatre, when the truck pulls up to deliver the conference table. See more »


When the limousine carrying "Vitol Enzor" (who is wearing a Rollin mask) is allowed to drive across the border, the camera operator and the background are mirrored in the reflective black paint of the car - and a boom crane with a spotlight is also visible in the side window glass. See more »


[first lines]
Person on Tape: [voice on tape] Good morning, Mr. Phelps. The man you're looking at is Milos Kuro, Minister of Culture and Director of the National Theater of the UCR. Kuro has been bombarding his people with vicious anti-American propaganda in order to discredit the UCR's Premier, Leon Vados. Considered a progressive behind the Iron Curtain, Vados is attempting to negotiate a non-aggression pact between his country and ours. Your mission, Jim, should you decide to accept it, is to stop Kuro before...
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Familiar but very good.
26 July 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

In this episode we have a familiar plot idea--a nation where they have two leaders--one benign and more favorably disposed to the West and a jerk-face who will stop at nothing to ruin relations with the West (Kuro, played by the familiar TV baddie, John Colicos). The team's mission is to discredit Kuro and thus improve East-West cooperation. To do this, they concoct an amazingly complicated plan (what else?!) where the team is enlisted by Kuro to put on an anti- American play--though when the play actually is performed they have OTHER plans and it involves a nifty little device created by Barney (who else?!).

This is a very good episode--with the usual things that make the show enjoyable--gadgets, weird twists and a cool finale. Among the better episodes of season 3.

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