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The Man From U.N.C.L.E.: The Waverly Ring Affair

Napoleon teams up with well-meaning U.N.C.L.E. enginer George Dennell to try to identify a Thrush spy within the organization... even though George is the primary suspect.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x19
Airdate: Friday January 28th, 1966

Director: John Brahm
Writer: Jerry McNeely

Special Guest Stars
Elizabeth Allen (1)Elizabeth Allen (1)
As Carla Drosten

Guest Stars
Larry BlydenLarry Blyden
As George Dennell

Jim BolesJim Boles
As Dr. Lazarus
Erik HollandErik Holland
As U.N.C.L.E. Agent 18
Allen JaffeAllen Jaffe
As Vincent
Alfred ShellyAlfred Shelly
As Guard
Adair JamesonAdair Jameson
As Woman in Cafe
Lee DelanoLee Delano
As Victor
Alfred HopsonAlfred Hopson
As Photo Clerk
Elizabeth HarrowerElizabeth Harrower
As Thrush Dowager
Bonnie JonesBonnie Jones
As Communications Girl
Justin Smith (1)Justin Smith (1)
As U.N.C.L.E. Technician
John Herman ShanerJohn Herman Shaner
As U.N.C.L.E. Technician (as John Shaner)

Bernard SellBernard Sell
As Bar Patron
Bobby GilbertBobby Gilbert
As Bar Patron
Jack TornekJack Tornek
As Del Floria
Main Cast
Robert VaughnRobert Vaughn
As Napoleon Solo
David McCallumDavid McCallum
As Illya Kuryakin
Leo G. CarrollLeo G. Carroll
As Alexander Waverly
Episode Quotes
Illya: How sensitive is it? (the backup system)
George Dennell: It can detect a passionate grasshopper passing by.

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 PhotographyFred J. Koenekamp
Art DirectorGeorge W. Davis  |  James W. Sullivan
Music ScoreRobert Drasnin
Film EditorJoseph Dervin
Assistant DirectorBill Finnegan
Production ExecutiveBoris Ingster
Assistant To The ProducerGeorge Lehr
Theme MusicJerry Goldsmith
Supervising Film EditorJohn D. Dunning
Recording SupervisorFranklin Milton
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