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Old 29-05-2015, 09:52 AM
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School For Traitors:
Season 2, Episode 20.
Not bad episode about suicides at a university and the ultimate revelation of the plot to kill Steed.
Somehow it did not surprise me the mastermind in all this plus Melissa Stribling was devious as villain Claire Summers.
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Old 31-05-2015, 11:31 PM
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Man In The Mirror:
Season 2, Episode 22.
A Venus Smith episode.
Guest stars include David Graham and I am also hearing his voice in Thunderbirds Are Go!
Not bad episode about a man who had committed suicide only to be discovered to be still alive when Venus took a picture of him in the mirror, hence the episode title.
Somewhat unsatisfying that the villains got away.
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Old 02-06-2015, 11:33 AM
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Conspiracy of Silence:
Season 2, Episode 23.
Steed and Cathy has a case in a circus after an unsuccessful assassination attempt was made on the former.
The episode title is quite apt for this episode as I did struggle in trying to enjoy it, the silence being there isnít anything really good to say about it and I guess on paper it should have been a thrilling episode, thrills I did not feel at all.
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Old 04-06-2015, 03:01 PM
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A Chorus of Frogs:
Antepenultimate episode of season 2.
Julie Stevensí swansong as Venus Smith.
Pretty good swansong for Venus and quite fitting that she herself is a singer.
The episode title refers to Frogs, a team of deep sea diver and a pretty good episode that involves them.

According to IMDb, Julie Stevens didnít do much acting and after leaving The Avengers in 1963 she had a handful of credits and stopped acting in 1974 with Cabbages and Kings but had one last job in an episode of Holby City in 2001
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Old 06-06-2015, 10:31 AM
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Six Hands Across A Table:

Penultimate episode of season 2.

This is mostly a Cathy episode with limited role for Steed here and a very good one at that.

Guest stars include Edward de Souza and just a couple of years after this episode came on in March 1963, de Souza got to be the star of Doctor Who for one night in 1965 playing Marc Cory in Mission To The Unknown, the only Doctor Who episode that featured none of the regular cast.

In Six Hands Across A Table, de Souza played Brian Collier and it was amusing that he got knocked out not once but twice at his office. I mean I would have thought he be cautious the second time around.

Absolutely well done episode by what Honor Blackman was given to do as Cathy here and intriguing what was going on with the shipbuilding situation that was the focus here.
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Old 08-06-2015, 06:09 PM
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Killer Whale:
Season 2 finale.
Written by John Lucarotti.
Steed and Cathy gets a young man into a boxing ring as part of their investigation of a perfume made from ambergris which comes from whales and the thing is the ambergris is illegally smuggled.
The Avengers Forever site thought this was an odd combination of elements of the episode but personally it was not bad as I am always open to any series experimenting with their storylines.
Not a bad way to end the second season.
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Brief For Murder:
Season 3 opener.
Very good beginning to the third season which had Steed and Cathy pretending to be adversaries in order to investigate lawyers who are helping guilty people to get acquitted and by no means by the law book.
Pretty good that Steed had to pretend to murder Cathy and then get acquitted for her fake murder.
The two crooked lawyer brothers were very nutty but does not marred my enjoyment of the episode in any way.
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The Undertakers:
Season 3, Episode 2.
Imposters takes the place of dead rich people and it has something to do with tax evasion.
I know that rich people do tend to evade taxes but the explanation here about it does not leave me any wiser about it.
Enjoyable episode especially the drumbeat music when Steed went after the villains at the near end.
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Man With Two Shadows:
Season 3, Episode 3.
Thrilling episode about doubles including one of Steed.
At times been wondering whether the Steed that is in scenes that he is in is the real one or the double.
However disconcerting that the fake Gordon is allowed for the time being to continue his cover and be married to Cathyís friend Julie.

Just after watching Man With Two Shadows saw Sherlock Holmes (1954) 1.27 The Case of the Perfect Husband which coincidentally also had a deceptive husband.
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The Nutshell:
Season 3, Episode 4.
Guest stars Bud Tingwell in the first of two appearances in the series each as different characters.
The Nutshell is the acronym for Thermonuclear Underground Target Zone Shelter and Steed and Cathy were sent there to investigate a break-in.
Things sure took an interesting turn when it appears that Steed is a traitor who had helped out the intruder.
Superbly handled episode as we eventually see the real villains being flushed out at the episodeís climax.
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