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Season 4 begins with new surprises. Solo was captured by Pharos Mandor in Portugal in a strange way, and he is the head of a thief who is ready to escape if his rival is not killed. Solo meets Mandur's girlfriend, Kathy Welling at the moment, and Mandur tells Solo that the United Nations should kill Valandros, but his real goal is to destroy Valandros and upgrade himself to those systems where Tharos belongs.
E. Darrell Hallenbeck, John Brahm, Alf Kjellin, Barry Shear, George Waggner, Sherman Marks, Boris Sagal, Richard Benedict, Bill Finnegan, Charles F. Haas, Charles R. Rondeau, Eddie Saeta, James Sheldon
The epitome of mid-1960s spy chic, UNCLE thrived on a beautiful complementary partnership between two strong actors: Robert Vaughn's witty Napoleon Solo and David McCallum's cool Ukrainian Illya Kuryakin.
Still, even at its silliest, The Man From U.N.C.L.E. contrasted well with The Wild, Wild West and Mission: Impossible, the other major James Bond-inspired adventure series on the air around the same time.
If nothing else, Man from UNCLE was a perfect fusion of the buddy-cop genre with spy-fi. The way Napoleon and Illya were great friends and a perfect team thrived on the way they also ragged on each other.