The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1964–1968)
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Solo and Kuryakin, spending some off-time in Rome, are approached by Clara, an old flame of Solo's. She seeks Solo's help so Emil, a gypsy leader, can escape Terbuf along with papers that ... See full summary »

Director:

Richard Donner

Writers:

Alan Caillou, Sam Rolfe (developer)
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Robert Vaughn ... Napoleon Solo
David McCallum ... Illya Kuryakin
Leo G. Carroll ... Alexander Waverly (credit only)
Madlyn Rhue ... Clara Valder
Albert Paulsen ... Major Vicek
Jacques Aubuchon ... Emil
Michael Forest ... Lieutenant Fest
Kurt Kreuger ... Stefan Valder
Alan Caillou ... Colonel Morisco
George Margo George Margo ... Kranik
Rex Holman ... Oskol
Gigi Verone ... Maria
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Storyline

Solo and Kuryakin, spending some off-time in Rome, are approached by Clara, an old flame of Solo's. She seeks Solo's help so Emil, a gypsy leader, can escape Terbuf along with papers that implicate the corrupt leadership of that country. Kuryakin tags along. His knowledge of gypsies and clear head (where Clara is concerned) will be of great assistance to Solo. Written by Bill Koenig

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 December 1964 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

| (DVD)

Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The dock where Illya knocks out the policeman and drops his uniform into the water is the same dock used in the episode with the plague outbreak in Scotland ("The Finny Foot Affair"). See more »

Goofs

Clara is waiting for Solo at the train station. There is a man standing right behind her, and in the next shot the man has disappeared. See more »

Quotes

Napoleon Solo: Did you know the railroad station was under surveillance?
Major Vicek: Really? Are you sure?
Napoleon Solo: Well, to people in my profession, uh, it's pretty hard to camouflage the stench of the secret police. They can put newspapers up in front of their faces, but somehow the smell just sort of creeps over the edges.
Major Vicek: How very perceptive of you.
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Connections

References The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) See more »

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The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
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