Ian Stone is a spy. Now he is constantly spending large amounts of money. Which doesn't make Thomas Brady, the agency's Chairman of the Board or C of B as like to call him, happy. He is ... See full summary »
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George Hamilton ...  Ian Stone 6 episodes, 1987
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Ian Stone is a spy. Now he is constantly spending large amounts of money. Which doesn't make Thomas Brady, the agency's Chairman of the Board or C of B as like to call him, happy. He is considering letting Stone go. Ben Smythe, an agency accountant, who idolizes Ian, tries to persuade him that he is still a valuable agent. So Smythe is assigned to work with Ian and to make sure that frivolity is in check. So Smythe, basically an accountant, has to get involved with cloak and dagger scenarios, which is basically not what he was trained for. But Ian is there to back him up. Written by <rcs0411@yahoo.com>

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USA

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English

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3 March 1987 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Someone's Gotta Do It After All
("Spies" opening theme)
Composed by Craig Safan and David Pomeranz
Performed by Deborah Ludwig Davis and David Pomeranz
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Your mission: To stay away from TV series starring George Hamilton.
24 August 2003 | by Victor FieldSee all my reviews

Way back in 1969, George Hamilton starred in one of that year's biggest TV flops, "The Survivors." His bad luck with TV continued into the late '90s, with his stint on "Jenny" (ugh) and his doing a show for Granada Men And Motors, thereby answering the question "What do George Hamilton, Jordan, Vanilla Ice and Kelly Brook have in common?"

"Spies," like his other endeavours, didn't bother us long - no one could believe Hamilton ever was or ever could be a superspy; full of smarm but empty of real style, his supposedly humourous co-star wasn't up to the task either. It was a stodgy, dire affair, which can be summed up by my finding comments about "She Spies" while searching for this. Frankly, I wish I was able to talk about that, but it's not on UK TV. (Yet.)


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