The New Avengers, with some help from CIA agent Marty Brice, stop a drug deal arranged by Chinese crime lord Soo Choy. To rectify this embarrassment, Soo Choy lures Steed, Purdey and Gambit... See full summary »

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Gareth Hunt ...
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Terry Wood ...
Soo Choy
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Arcarti
Robert Rietty ...
Dom Carlos
Kristopher Kum ...
Tansing
Yasuko Nagazumi ...
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Marty Brine
Barry Lowe ...
Murford
Annegret Easterman ...
Miranda
Bruce Boa ...
Mahon
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Williams
Ann Maj-Brit ...
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The New Avengers, with some help from CIA agent Marty Brice, stop a drug deal arranged by Chinese crime lord Soo Choy. To rectify this embarrassment, Soo Choy lures Steed, Purdey and Gambit to his territory in order to exact his revenge in front of his peers. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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2 March 1979 (USA)  »

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Playing Murford, Barry Lowe is dubbed by another actor. See more »

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Soo Choy: But you're not laughing now, Mr. Gambit.
Purdey: Well I've heard it before.
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References The Bionic Woman (1976) See more »

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A horrible example of ethnic casting
18 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you thought Charlie Chan movies were an insult to Asian actors, it's trumped by this episode of NEW AVENGERS. The main Chinese character is played by a fat Anglo actor who looks more like a frat boy than a mandarin. Honestly, you couldn't have chosen a more Western-looking actor than this guy...even the lame attempt at eye makeup can't disguise him. He squints, uses an annoyingly false voice (although he avoids the usual Asian pronunciation stereotypes), and is in general a terrible actor. The auxiliary Asians are played by the usual mixture of Pacific Rim extras, without regard to country of origin. The script is also bad; one of the worst episodes of the series.


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