The Avengers was my Mom's favorite.I liked it if Emma Peel was in the episode.Otherwise John Steed could be a little dry. Wasn't Emma the hottest thing? Check this out!
Secret Agent wasn't Patrick McGoohan great? No matter what show he stole every scene he was in. Scarecrow of Romney Marsh, The Prisoner, Columbo, and this show Secret Agent aka Danger Man
Get Smart was a stupid show but it was meant to be dumb. Funny and dumb. I enjoyed the rest of the cast more than Don Adams as Maxwell Smart, I thought he was annoying actually. Loved Barbara Feldon! Loved her hair and her clothes!
I Spy This show was too dry for me but my older brother liked it a lot.
Mission Impossible Second Season was the best! Just loved Martin Landau and real life wife Barbara Bain. this cast was awesome! Rent this season you'll love it.
Man from U.N.C.L.E. Oh how I loved this show! For one reason only... Illya Nickovetch Kuryakin the character from the 1960s TV spy series The Man from U.N.C.L.E..
The series was remarkable for pairing an American Napoleon Solo and the Russian Kuryakin as two spies who work together for an international espionage organization at the height of The Cold War. Here is a fabulous little video on all the great 1960's spy shows
Man from UNCLE, Girl from UNCLE !
Get Smart and The Saint for me!
Loved The Avengers. Almost as much as I hated the movie version.
me too!!!! the film made no sense just like Mission Impossible
The Avengers were cool but nobody was cooler than Ilya Kuraykin in the Man From Uncle...
Get smart it was so corny you had to laugh
I loved Diana Rigg in the Avengers, but I always wanted to look like Illya/Ducky :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5_48RQha9U
Don't forget "I Spy".
Secret Agent Man
Get smart Kim, i wanted to grow up and look like 99!
he Prisoner was my fav. "I will not be pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, briefed, debriefed, or numbered! My life is my own.
Yes, the Prisoner was the most bizarre premise. From what I understand, the concept of that little ball thing following no. 6 around is an almost universal constant-- that is, in the world of psychology many people, for some unknown reason, have recurring dreams of such an ominous ball.
Barbara Feldon was wonderful in Get Smart. Cool, and beautiful with an enduring enegmatic charm.
I agree. Miss Feldon is a beautiful and very classy lady - too bad there are none like her anymore. She has always been a delicate glow on the harshly lit landscape of American celebrity.
What 1960 TV show had a character named DR Mukherjee
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