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The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
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TV Series
    (September 22, 1964-January 15, 1968)
    Aired on NBC
    Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo
    David McCallum as Ilya Kuryakin
    Leo G. Carroll as Alexander Waverly
    Premise: An international law-enforcement agency tries to prevent THRUSH from conquering the world
    UNCLE stood for United Network Command for Law and Enforcement, while THRUSH stood for Technological Hierarchy for the Removal of Undesirables and the Subjugation of Humanity.
    All episodes had titles of 'The _______ Affair,' with the exception of 'Alexander the Greater Affair.'
    The show became increasingly campy in seasons two and three.
    It spun off the short-lived 'The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.'
    The producers shot extra footage with sex and violence, inserted the scenes into previously aired episodes, and released them to theaters.
    Ian Fleming helped create it.
    Ilya Kuryakin was originally a walk-on role, but attracted so much attention from female fans that he was added permanently.
    The show featured an American and a Russian cooperating at the height of the Cold War.
    A pen communicator from the show is on display at the CIA museum.

Credit: C. Fishel


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