Wednesday, July 30, 2014
All 105 episodes of the series The Man From UNCLE (1964-1968) are being made available on a website called WatchSeries. Apparently the service is free, but requires registration of a credit card. The service has not been tested by this blog. You can find the site with this link: http://watchseries.lt/serie/the_man_from_u.n.c.l.e.
Todos os 105 episódios da série O Agente da UNCLE estão disponibilizados num site chamado WatchSeries. Aparentemente o serviço é gratuito, mas exige o registro de um cartão de crédito. O serviço não foi testado por este blog. Você pode acessar o site através do link http://watchseries.lt/serie/the_man_from_u.n.c.l.e.
Sunday, July 27, 2014
A good clip about the Man From UNCLE reboot film by Guy Ritchie. The review (in very heavy British accent) is part of Tony Douglas' Talkin' Movies series.
Um bom resumo de tudo o que significa a refilmagem de o Agente da UNCLE em longa metragem de Guy Ritchie. O comentário (em pesadíssimo sotaque britânico) é de Tony Douglas para a série Talkin' Movies.
Monday, July 21, 2014
Guest stars was one of the main attractions in The Man From UNCLE series. In the episode The Finny Foot Affair (1964), the guest was very young: Kurt Russell, at 13 years old, a prodigy child prodigy in Hollywood.
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Anúncio de lançamento de "uma fantástica nova série de ação" na WDSU-TV, de New Orleans.
Teaser (probably from 1964) announces "a fantastic new action series" in the WDSU-TV from New Orleans.
Thursday, July 10, 2014
O sucesso da série de TV O Agente da UNCLE nos anos 1960 foi tão grande que gerou vários outros subprodutos. Incluindo uma coleção de 24 livros com as aventuras de Napoleon Solo e Illya Kuryakin. Sem o rígido controle exercido sobre a TV, os livros podiam explorar um pouco mais conteúdos adultos, especialmente em erotismo e violência. Foram lançados entre 1965 e 1968 e venderam aos milhões de exemplares. Abaixo a lista dos volumes (em inglês) segundo a Wikipedia.
- The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (a.k.a. The Thousand Coffins Affair) by Michael Avallone. When villages in Africa and Scotland are wiped out by a plague of madness, Solo and Kuryakin dig up a graveyard and a monster named Golgotha.
- The Doomsday Affair by Harry Whittington. The agents must find the mystery man "Tixe Ylno" before he triggers war between the USA and the USSR.
- The Copenhagen Affair by John Oram. "UFOs" are buzzing Europe, and the U.N.C.L.E. agents crisscross Denmark to find the factory before THRUSH launches an armed fleet.
- The Dagger Affair by David McDaniel. DAGGER fanatics have an energy damper that can shut down electrical fields, atomic reactions, and human beings, and even THRUSH is panicked.
- The Mad Scientist Affair by John T. Phillifent. The agents stop biochemist "King Mike" from poisoning London, then discover his second plan is to contaminate the entire North Sea.
- The Vampire Affair by David McDaniel. Napoleon and Illya don’t believe in vampires and werewolves, but an U.N.C.L.E. agent has died, so they must investigate an ancient castle in Transylvanian Romania.
- The Radioactive Camel Affair by Peter Leslie. Solo joins a caravan and Kuryakin threads a war zone to reach a missile base deep in the Sudan hinterlands.
- The Monster Wheel Affair by David McDaniel. The agents canvass the globe and infiltrate a remote island to confirm an inexplicable space station belongs to - Egypt?
- The Diving Dames Affair by Peter Leslie. The deaths of two merry missionaries lead the agents to the plains of Brazil and a giant dam with no apparent purpose.
- The Assassination Affair by J. Hunter Holly. Surviving assassins' bullets and a "do-it-yourself murder room", the agents follow THRUSH to desolated Michigan farms and a scheme to starve the world.
- The Invisibility Affair by Thomas Stratton (Buck Coulson and Gene DeWeese). The agents track an invisible dirigible to a submarine in Lake Michigan - and a plot to hijack an entire country.
- The Mind Twisters Affair by Thomas Stratton. People in a college town are unaccountably catatonic, euphoric, and raging. The agents must ferret out who and how before the "experiment" goes nationwide.
- The Rainbow Affair by David McDaniel. The agents consult every classic fictional spy and detective in England to find the world's best bank robber before THRUSH can recruit - or kill - him.
- The Cross of Gold Affair by Fredric Davies (Ron Ellik and Fredric Langley). Clues hidden in crossword puzzles lead the agents, hippies, and frogmen to a Coney Island death-trap to stop the biggest heist in history.
- The Utopia Affair by David McDaniel. Solo must command U.N.C.L.E. North America while Waverly is on a forced six-week vacation, and an undercover Illya tries to protect Waverly from Thrush assassins.
- The Splintered Sunglasses Affair by Leslie
- The Hollow Crown Affair by David McDaniel. In the last published McDaniel, Thrushes Ward and Irene Baldwin from The Dagger Affairreturn in a battle against an U.N.C.L.E. lab chief who has defected to Thrush.
- The Unfair Fare Affair by Leslie
- The Power Cube Affair by John T. Phillifent
- The Corfu Affair by John T. Phillifent
- The Thinking Machine Affair by Joel Bernard
- The Stone Cold Dead in the Market Affair by John Oram
- The Finger in the Sky Affair by Peter Leslie
- The Final Affair by David McDaniel. Completed but never published, the manuscript is circulated by fans. (From Wikipedia)
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