Robert Vaughn and David McCallum star as a team of secret agents battling the global crime organization THRUSH. Under the aegis of the United Network Command for Law and Enforcement-- U.N.C.L.E.--the dapper, suave Napoleon Solo (Vaughn) and the equally dashing Illya Kuryakin (McCallum) jet to exotic locations, defending the world from evil, chaos and bad taste in this hit spoof on the espionage genre.
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exelent tv series remember watching the show in the 60s first class product at a good price, now waiting for season 2 to be at the same price, arrived very promt, first class service i will be buying more dvds from u in the near future many thanks .
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This is a piece of TV history which was advised and partially devised by James Bond author Ian Fleming. It is a classy espionage show especially for its time. The story's are good but a it soft compared to more recent shows but they are still entertaining. I remember some of the shows from my childhood as re-runs but not these earlier black and white episodes so they were a new experience for me and I enjoyed seeing how the characters evolved from what was initially a sho about Napoleon Solo (Robert Vaughan) to include more depth to firing characters Illya Kuryakin (David McCallum) and Alexander Waverly (Leo G. Carroll)
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