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Like "The Avengers," "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." borrows from James Bond stories. The good guys, suave U.S. operative Napoleon Solo and sexy Russian Illya Kuryakin, work for U.N.C.L.E. (United Network Command for Law and Enforcement) and battle evil international syndicate THRUSH.

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aired 385 days ago
Solo and Illya trace a mad U.N.C.L.E. agent to the Himalayas, where they find the six kidnapped specialists.
aired 385 days ago
Illya and Solo investigate when an U.N.C.L.E. agent and six specialists in different areas suddenly disappear.
aired 385 days ago
THRUSH operatives kidnap an U.N.C.L.E. agent's fiancee and use her to force him to help them capture a secret, new submarine.
aired 385 days ago
THRUSH allows Illya to escape with a scientist's (William Marshall) new gun, which is secretly rigged to explode on signal.
aired 385 days ago
A THRUSH scientist discovers Solo is posing as an efficiency expert, but continues using him to develop a deadly new machine.
aired 385 days ago
A vengeful, clever killer (Darren McGavin) kidnaps Illya and uses the Russian as bait to lure Solo into a certain death trap.
aired 385 days ago
Solo finds himself opposing homicidal Illya when he tries to discover the secrets of a private, life-or-death roulette game.
aired 385 days ago
Illya, Solo and a blonde (Leslie Parrish) become pawns in a struggle between a THRUSH defector (Jack Lord) and his protege.
aired 385 days ago
Solo and Illya pursue the THRUSH bomber responsible for an industrialist's (Broderick Crawford) death; guest Chad Everett.
aired 385 days ago
Solo and Illya rush to Austria to take control of a teenage superhuman designed to be used by THRUSH; guest Lynn Loring.
aired 385 days ago
Solo becomes a suspect when a murder at U.N.C.LE.'s Berlin headquarters uncovers the operations of an unknown double agent.
aired 385 days ago
A murder attempt doesn't dissuade Waverly from accepting his alma mater's honorary degree, with Solo and Illya as protection.
aired 385 days ago
The trail of a secret formula for extracting gold from seawater leads Solo and Illya to Tokyo and the Arctic.
aired 385 days ago
Solo and Illya race THRUSH to find a divided formula for extracting gold from seawater; guest Joan Crawford.
aired 385 days ago
Solo faces THRUSH agents, a girl, her shotgun-toting father and a preacher as he and Kuryakin search for exploding apples.
aired 385 days ago
In Rome, pursued Solo drops a secret formula into the purse of an American tourist, only to have a THRUSH agent romance her.
aired 385 days ago
A fashion cutter (Sonny Bono) and a model (Cher) are caught between U.N.C.L.E. and THRUSH agents searching for a master plan.
aired 386 days ago
Kuryakin and Solo race enemy agents searching for the remaining half of plans THRUSH stole for a miniature atomic reactor.
aired 386 days ago
U.N.C.L.E. feels that information in a popular spy novel could only have come from a dead THRUSH historian's missing diaries.
aired 386 days ago
Just before an urban heat wave, THRUSH plants a deadly explosive designed to detonate at high temperatures in New York City.
aired 386 days ago
Solo and Illya come to Athens to give a new code to a contact, only to have it stolen by a man planning to sell it to THRUSH.

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