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Anyway, Clemens just has a hoot with Olga's dialogue as she tries to understand Steed's decadent, subtle ways, while Mrs. Peel learns the hard way that a ...
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The Avengers 5.9 – The Correct Way to Kill. In the early days of color TV, producers would often remake black and white episodes.
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The Avengers was a Spy-fi British television series from the 1960's that lasted six series (seasons). This series only mainstay was its leading man Patrick ...
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Release Dates: UK, January 11th, 1967 – Uk, November 18th, 1967. Directors: Robert Day, Gordon Flemyng, John Krish, Robert Asher, Roy Rossotti, ...
Maybe it's the combo of tailored leather jacket and chinos. In any event, Steed hardly seems Dressed to Kill.
Topics discussed in the intro for 'The Correct Way to Kill' include, how this episode is actually a remake / rewrite of an older episode, cast members that ...
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The move to colour certainly gave the series a new visual pizzazz, which the cinematographers, production designers and costumers responded to with real ...
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Topics discussed in the intro for 'The Superlative Seven' include, the premise and the cast members that appear in the episode.
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Vibe wise there is a clear difference between the Emma Peel era and her predecessor Dr. Cathy Gale. With the show shifting towards a more whimsical ...
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In "Brief for Murder," Cathy wears a riding hat with her striped blouse and a suit jacket piped in black through to the lapels, cut like a morning suit.
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Cathy Gale frequently added hats to her ensemble, a wise move in the rain and
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Mood affects enjoyment so much, and a bad mood can knock even a favorite thing down six or seven notches. My “favorite” example is an visit about a decade ...
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Topics discussed in the intro for 'The Bird Who Knew too Much' include, the origins of the screenplay and how he had to take over the screenplay due to it ...
Back in the days of VHS tape trading, “Never, Never Say Die” was one that pretty much everybody had, in part because I made certain that everybody I ever ...
The short film 'Der Goldene Schlüssel' has no dialog and it features music that sounds like it was lifted from The Avengers. Also the character that Diana ...
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Linda Thorson's vacation continued into the production of Brian Clemens' terrific “The Morning After.” She seems to have only been present for a single ...
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Topics discussed in the intro for 'Murdersville' include, the main location featured in the episode and the cast members that appear in the episode.
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“The Bird Who Knew Too Much” was written by Brian Clemens from a story by Alan Patillo, a regular of Gerry Anderson's team ...
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These episode reconstructions are for episodes from season one that no longer have any exiting masters. These are reconstructed by combing telesnaps and ...
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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is flawed, but it's aged extremely well and we were mostly entertained by it, even if our son's restlessness during the longer ...
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Release Dates: UK, January 11th, 1967 – Uk, November 18th, 1967. Directors: Robert Day, Gordon Flemyng, John Krish, Robert Asher, Roy Rossotti, ...
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As with the previous box sets, alterations have been made here to the original transmission order, which I've placed in brackets after the episode title.
Episode Intro by Brian Clemens to The Correct Way to Kill (2:09) Brandishing a model of Steed, Clemens admits this is a re-write of The Charmers and refers ...
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Any of this sound familiar? To series regulars it should, as The Superlative Seven is basically a reworking of series 3's Dressed to Kill, complete with the ...
Emma and Steed investigate the nearby Neoteric Research Unit and are startled to discover that its top research scientist, Frank N. Stone (groan), ...
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Another episode remake for the American market, this time of series 3's Don't Look Behind You, and despite being shot on film and in colour, the new version ...
Plenty of subjective camera killings and even a bit of slow motion in one of those episodes in which we know who's behind it but not how they're doing it, ...