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The Man From U.N.C.L.E.: The Very Important Zombie Affair

Napoleon and Illya try to free a doctor from a voodoo curse, and turn to a hairdresser for help.

Episode Info
Episode number: 2x15
Airdate: Friday December 31st, 1965

Guest Stars
Claude AkinsClaude Akins
As El Supremo

Co-Guest Stars
Rodolfo AcostaRodolfo Acosta
As Capt. Ramirez

Ken RenardKen Renard
As Dr. Delgado
Isabel CooleyIsabel Cooley
As Conchita Delgado (as Isabelle Cooley)
Maidie NormanMaidie Norman
As Mama Lou
John AlvinJohn Alvin
As Doctor
Carmen RomanoCarmen Romano
As Spanish Dancer
Mike De AndaMike De Anda
As Horseman
Anthony GhazloAnthony Ghazlo
As Field Hand (as Tony Ghazlo)
Carmencita RomeroCarmencita Romero
As Carmenita Romano's Specialty Dancers

Cosmo SardoCosmo Sardo
As Barber
Don AndersonDon Anderson
As Henchman
Clark RossClark Ross
As Barber
Dick JohnstoneDick Johnstone
As Prisoner
Jerry SummersJerry Summers
As Cab Driver
Wesley GaleWesley Gale
As Tribesman
Main Cast
Robert VaughnRobert Vaughn
As Napoleon Solo
David McCallumDavid McCallum
As Illya Kuryakin
Leo G. CarrollLeo G. Carroll
As Alexander Waverly
Episode Quotes
Napoleon: We thought we might mix a little business with pleasure. Get a glimpse of your country.
El Supremo: There is really only one thing worth seeing. And you've already met me.

Other Episode Crew

DeveloperSam Rolfe
Executive ProducerNorman Felton
Supervising ProducerDavid Victor
ProducerMort Abrahams
Music SupervisorFrank E. Anderson
Set DecoratorHenry Grace  |  Charles S. Thompson
Director of PhotographyKenneth Peach
Art DirectorGeorge W. Davis  |  James W. Sullivan
Music ScoreGerald Fried
Film EditorJoseph Dervin
Assistant DirectorDonald C. Klune
Production ExecutiveBoris Ingster
Assistant To The ProducerGeorge Lehr
Theme MusicJerry Goldsmith
Supervising Film EditorJohn D. Dunning
Recording SupervisorFranklin Milton
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