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Kuryakin, Solo, and Waverly


 

 

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The Clips From U.N.C.L.E.!


Click to play a scene from The Odd Man Affair

- In an iconic moment from the rarely seen color pilot SOLO, 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.

- “What a goodly outside falsehood hath!” Illya discovers a deadly insect in the boutonniere that has just been pinned on Solo’s lapel by a Thrush femme fatale in a scene from the first-season episode “The Deadly Games Affair.”

- Solo, Illya and companion Tracey (Dorothy Provine) appear doomed in this scene – set in a lost Egyptian tomb – from Part II of the “Alexander the Greater Affair,” which opened the series’ second season.


 

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