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The Man From U.N.C.L.E.: The Odd Man Affair

A terrorist named Raimonde dies over the English Channel rather than face arrest, due to the machinations of a... competitor, Mr. Zed. Zed is now positioned to weld a wide array of terrorists into a dangerous organization. To stop this, U.N.C.L.E. goes to Albert Sully, who knew Raimonde during World War II. But Sully has his own ideas about how to handle the case.

Episode Info
Episode number: 1x29
Airdate: Monday April 19th, 1965

Director: Joseph Sargent
Writer: Dick Nelson

Guest Stars
Martin BalsamMartin Balsam
As Albert Sully
Barbara ShelleyBarbara Shelley
As Bryn Watson

Hedley MattinglyHedley Mattingly
As Mr. Wye
Ronald LongRonald Long
As Mr. Zed
Charles GiorgiCharles Giorgi
As Pilot
Oscar BeregiOscar Beregi
As Mr. Hollander
Christopher CaryChristopher Cary
As Mr. Ecks
Eve McVeaghEve McVeagh
As Baroness
Patrick OPatrick O'Moore
As Customs Inspector

Jeffrey SayreJeffrey Sayre
As Club Patron
Jimmie HoranJimmie Horan
As Speech Spectator
Paul Bradley (2)Paul Bradley (2)
As Passenger
Main Cast
Robert VaughnRobert Vaughn
As Napoleon Solo
David McCallumDavid McCallum
As Illya Kuryakin
Leo G. CarrollLeo G. Carroll
As Alexander Waverly
Episode References
The scanning device used during U.N.C.L.E.'s examination of Raymond's luggage is the same device used by THRUSH in "The Brain-Killer Affair".

Other Episode Crew

DeveloperSam Rolfe
Executive ProducerNorman Felton
ProducerSam Rolfe
Associate ProducerRobert Foshko
Music SupervisorFrank E. Anderson
Set DecoratorBudd S. Friend  |  Henry Grace
Director of PhotographyFred J. Koenekamp
Art DirectorGeorge W. Davis  |  Merrill Pye
Music ScoreMorton Stevens
Film EditorHenry Berman
Assistant DirectorE. Darrell Hallenbeck
Assistant To The ProducerGeorge Lehr
Theme MusicJerry Goldsmith
Supervising Film EditorJohn D. Dunning
Recording SupervisorFranklin Milton
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