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Happy birthday, Robert Conrad

Here’s wishing a happy 80th birthday to Robert Conrad, the star of The Wild Wild West.

The show was sold as “James Bond and cowboys.” In reality, it was far more than that. 183 more words

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Leonard Nimoy dies at 83, dabbled in spy entertainment

Leonard Nimoy, best known for playing Spock on Star Trek but who also dabbled in spy entertainment, has died today at 83, according to an obituary in… 432 more words

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Joseph Sargent, accomplished director, dies

Joseph Sargent, an Emmy-award winning director, has died at 89, according to AN OBITUARY AT VARIETY.

Sargent won a total of FOUR EMMYS and was nominated for five others. 170 more words

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Our U.N.C.L.E. memo to Mr. Warner

Updates and corrects to say the almost identical image appeared in Empire magazine.

To: Mr. Warner of Warner Bros.

From: The HMSS Weblog

Subject: The Man From U.N.C.L.E. 465 more words

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The main difference between Fleming's two spy heroes

In 2015, there will be two movies featuring two spy characters Ian Fleming helped to create. The one with the most publicity is SPECTRE, the 24th James Bond film. 591 more words

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Happy Halloween from The HMSS Weblog

Happy Halloween, everyone. Meanwhile, Illya Kuryakin has to deal with Thrush agent Count Zark. (For details, read the review for The Bat Cave Affair that ran during… 12 more words

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The Man From U.N.C.L.E. episode guide returns

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. EPISODE GUIDE, one of the first U.N.C.L.E. fan sites, is back online.

The site, which debuted on Dec. 1, 1996 and provides detailed reviews of all 105 episodes of the 1964-68 series, originally had a home at AOL. 155 more words

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