Remington Steele (1982–1987)
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A mild mannered information retrieval agent who is about to be married, asks the help of the Remington Steele Agency when it appears that the CIA is attempting to kill him.

Director:

Robert Butler

Writers:

Robert Butler (created by), Michael Gleason (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Stephanie Zimbalist ... Laura Holt
Pierce Brosnan ... Remington Steele
James Read ... Murphy Michaels
Janet DeMay ... Bernice Foxe
Thom Bray ... Sheldon Quarry
Philip Sterling ... John Seward
Alexandra Johnson Alexandra Johnson ... Lucille Seward
Marta Kristen ... Blonde
Christopher Lofton Christopher Lofton ... Eugene Price
Jackie De Rouen Jackie De Rouen ... Cleaning Lady (as Jackie DeRouen)
Buddy Powell Buddy Powell ... Charlie Webb
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A mild mannered information retrieval agent who is about to be married, asks the help of the Remington Steele Agency when it appears that the CIA is attempting to kill him.

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Language:

English

Release Date:

29 October 1982 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

MTM Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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When talking about the CIA, Remington Steele refers to them as "Big, fat guys with deadly hats they throw at your neck". He is actually describing Oddjob from the James Bond movie Goldfinger, whose trademark weapon was a steel rimmed bowler hat. 13-years later, Pierce Brosnan would play James Bond in Goldeneye. See more »

Quotes

Sheldon Quarry: [speaking to Laura Holt and Remington Steele] So don't try and tell me things are not as I already know them to be. I ran a thorough check on you. And you have no birth certificate, no fingerprints on record, no records of any kind And you want me to believe he wasn't with the company?
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References Goldfinger (1964) See more »

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Signed, Steeled and Delivered
4 November 2017 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

The episode opens with a nerdy young guy apparently covered in blood. It turns out to be hair dye. The nerdy man, Sheldon Quarry is the information guy working for the CIA and a beautiful blond woman is out to kill him, worse still he is due to get married and his father in law to be is not too happy that he has gone missing.

Sheldon turns to Remington Steele for help, after all he is a CIA legend and might get to the bottom of who in the agency wants him dead.

For a moment you actually might be led to believe that the mysterious Remington Steele was a CIA spook. You also get a little insight that the man playing Steele has some heart as he gives a sugar coated tale to young Sheldon who wants to have a live as exciting and daring as Steele's.

The episode was written by Glenn Gordon Caron who later went on to create the more superior Moonlighting.


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