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The Clips From U.N.C.L.E.!
Click to play a scene from The Odd Man Affair
Napoleon Solo is introduced in a highly dramatic way, first appearing
behind bulletproof glass, then emerging to kill a Thrush operative
who has broken into U.N.C.L.E. headquarters. an
iconic moment from the rarely seen color pilot SOLO
- “What a goodly outside falsehood hath!”
just been pinned on Solo’s lapel by a Thrush femme fatale
in a scene from the first-season episode “The Deadly Games
discovers a deadly insect in the boutonniere
this scene – set in a lost Egyptian tomb – from Part
II of the “Alexander the Greater Affair,” which opened
the series’ second season. Solo,
Illya and companion Tracey (Dorothy Provine) appear doomed
a SECOND anthology of U.N.C.L.E. music. None of it is a repeat
from the first CD.
. The first anthology can be found here: http://markssuperblog.blogspot.com/2013/03/welcome-back-with-ma-01-themes-from.html Man From U.N.C.L.E. UK comic TV Tornado (
page 1, page
2, page 3, page
4, page 5, page
6 (thanks Karl!) Article from Film Review, 1966 (
4) The wonderful
Timeline from For
Your Eyes Only, courtesy of Craig Henderson
UK Comic Advertisment Every Mother's Son sing "
on Down To My Boat" from the Karate Killers (with U.N.C.L.E.
theme at the end)
New link to
Noel Harrison website Article from Wes Britton -
Movie That Never Was" Vintage U.N.C.L.E. membership card,
back - courtesy of Michael William
your name to the map of agents worldwide!
ringtones: .wav, .mp3
Vaughn interview at Cinema Retro. "
Those Nasty Men From THRUSH"
- TV Week, 1967 (thanks Bobbie!)
file of the first season theme (thanks Graham!)
file of the MUNCLE theme, with intro from Vaughn and McCallum
(thanks to Graham!)
Cinema Retro features
interview with David McCallum Film Score Monthly releases the soundtracks to the Man From
U.N.C.L.E. movies. For more details and to order
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