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The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.

The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.


In this spin-off of the successful spy series The Man From U.N.C.L.E., American agent April Dancer (Stefanie Powers) and her English partner Agent Mark Slate (Noel Harrison) square off against UNCLE's number one enemy, THRUSH as they strive for world peace. April and Mark are given their assignments from their superior Alexander Waverly (Leo G. Carroll).

The series failed to be as successful as its parent show and was canceled after the first season.
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Episode Info

Final: 1x29 -- The Kooky Spook Affair (Apr/11/1967)


April, who is testifying as a witness against a THRUSH agent, is threatened and is told to stay with Mark until the trial.
Cast
Stefanie PowersStefanie Powers
As April Dancer
Noel HarrisonNoel Harrison
As Mark Slate
Leo G. CarrollLeo G. Carroll
As Alexander Waverly
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Crew

Developer: Sam Rolfe
Executive Producer: Norman Felton
Supervising Producer: David Victor
Producer: Douglas Benton
Associate Producer: George Lehr, Max Hodge
Music: Dave Grusin, Richard Shores
Music Supervisor: Al Mack
Set Decorator: Richard Spero, Henry Grace

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Recurring Guests

Randy Kirby as Randy Kovacs (6 eps)
Thordis Brandt as Secretary (4 eps)
Arthur Malet as Treacle (3 eps)
Fernando Lamas as Alejandro De Sada (2 eps)
Richard Peel as Policeman (2 eps)
Lloyd Bochner as Ole Bergman (2 eps)
Patrick Horgan as Duke Cornwallis (2 eps)
Marcel Hillaire as Antoine Fromage (2 eps)
Alan Caillou as Sergeant Grimes (2 eps)
Khigh Dhiegh as Thrush Director (2 eps)

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