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All 26 episodes from the fourth season of the cult 1960s action series starring Patrick MacNee as top-level secret agent John Steed and Diana Rigg as martial arts expert Mrs Emma Peel. Episodes are: 'The Town of No Return', 'The Murder Market', 'The Master Minds', 'Dial a Deadly Number', 'Death at Bargain Prices', 'Too Many Christmas Trees', 'The Cybernauts', 'The Gravediggers', 'Room Without a View', 'A Surfeit of H20', 'Two's a Crowd', 'Man-Eater of Surrey Green', 'Silent Dust', 'The Hour That Never Was', 'Castle De'ath', 'The Thirteenth Hole', 'Small Game for Big Hunters', 'The Girl from Auntie', 'Quick-Quick Slow Death', 'The Danger Makers', 'A Touch of Brimstone', 'What the Butler Saw', 'The House That Jack Built', 'A Sense of History', 'How to Succeed... at Murder' and 'Honey for the Prince'.
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However, he has different partners:
Dr. David Keel (Ian Hendry) (season one)
Cathy Gale (Honor Blackman) (seasons two and three)
Emma Peel (Dame Diana Rigg) (seasons four, five, and six)
Tara King (Linda Thorson) (season seven)
This collection will either bring back old memories or create some new old memories. However, you will have friends and relatives that will want to remember Mother (Patrick Newell.)
They come packaged mostly by series but there is some overlap and you may end up with some duplicates.
Being DVD’s, this is a one-time investment vs the older VHS format.
So, as Emma says “Always keep your bowler on in time of stress, and watch out for diabolical masterminds.” And buy the other collections.
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There was a small cast of characters which often included obtuse military types, mad scientists and camp eccentrics. It didn't matter really, the familiarity of the plots, the glamorous and carefree lifestyle of the two heroes all made these programmes a weekly treat. How we miss the spirit of those innocent times. By comparison the 21st Century is overwhelmingly cynical, violent and ugly.
comparable with the Professionals BR releases
you should not be disappointed