The Man From U.N.C.L.E.. (6,)IMDb h 56 minX-RayPG CIA agent Solo and KGB agent Kuryakin team up to stop an international criminal. In this hit spoof on the spy genre, Robert Vaughn and David McCallum star as a team of secret agents battling the global crime organization THRUSH. Under the. Im Jahr , auf dem Höhepunkt des Kalten Krieges, bedroht ein geheimnisvolles internationales Verbrechersyndikat mit gestohlenen Atomwaffen das empfindliche Gleichgewicht zwischen den Supermächten. Also wird die Organisation U.N.C.L.E.
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The Man From Uncle Navigation menu VideoThe Man from U.N.C.L.E. - Official Trailer 1 [HD] Solo (Robert Vaughn) suspects a connection between the murder of a UN scientist and the activities of a cobra-like beauty who organizes political fanatics. The Man from U.N.C.L.E. tries to distract from an unremarkable story with charismatic stars and fizzy set pieces, adding up to an uneven action thriller with just enough style to overcome its lack. Napoleon Solo (Robert Vaughn) and Illya Kuryakin (David McCallum) are the two Agents of the United Network Command for Law Enforcement (U.N.C.L.E.), who fight evil (primarily an organization of bad people called, T.H.R.U.S.H.) and use charm, wit, and a never ending assortment of gadgets. Written by John Vogel. The Man from U.N.C.L.E. is an American spy-fiction television series produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Television and first broadcast on NBC. The series follows secret agents, played by Robert Vaughn and David McCallum, who work for a secret international counterespionage and law-enforcement agency called U.N.C.L.E. The Clips From U.N.C.L.E.! Click to play a scene from The Odd Man Affair - In an iconic moment from the rarely seen color pilot SOLO, Napoleon Solo is introduced in a highly dramatic way, first appearing behind bulletproof glass, then emerging to kill a Thrush operative who has broken into U.N.C.L.E. headquarters.
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How did you buy your ticket? View All Videos 1. View All Photos Movie Info. At the height of the Cold War, a mysterious criminal organization plans to use nuclear weapons and technology to upset the fragile balance of power between the United States and Soviet Union.
CIA agent Napoleon Solo Henry Cavill and KGB agent Illya Kuryakin Armie Hammer are forced to put aside their hostilities and work together to stop the evildoers in their tracks.
The duo's only lead is the daughter of a missing German scientist, whom they must find soon to prevent a global catastrophe.
Guy Ritchie. John Davis , Lionel Wigram , Guy Ritchie , Steve Clark-Hall. Guy Ritchie , Lionel Wigram. Jun 28, Henry Cavill Solo.
Armie Hammer Illya. Alicia Vikander Gaby. Elizabeth Debicki Victoria. Luca Calvani Alexander. Sylvester Groth Uncle Rudi. Hugh Grant Waverly.
Jared Harris Sanders. Christian Berkel Udo. Misha Kuznetsov Oleg. Guy Ritchie Director. Guy Ritchie Screenwriter.
Lionel Wigram Screenwriter. John Davis Producer. Lionel Wigram Producer. Guy Ritchie Producer. Steve Clark-Hall Producer. David Dobkin Executive Producer.
Steven Mnuchin Executive Producer. John Mathieson Cinematographer. Parental Guidance: How Family-Friendly Are The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2 and Secret in Their Eyes?
It featured sneaking, shooting, and getting in and out of drivable vehicles in the style of open world games.
The player can choose to play as Solo or Kuryakin. There was also a multiplayer death match. As of December , the game has been removed from both marketplaces.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster. John Davis Steve Clark-Hall Lionel Wigram Guy Ritchie. Jeff Kleeman David C. Wilson Guy Ritchie Lionel Wigram.
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Additional color sequences with Luciana Paluzzi were shot in April , and then added to the pilot for MGM to release it outside the United States as a B movie titled To Trap a Spy.
The extra scenes were reedited to tone down their sexuality, and then used in the regular series in the episode "The Four-Steps Affair". Beyond extra scenes for the feature film, and revised scene shots and edits made for the television episode, there are other differences among the three versions of the story.
Before the show went into full production there was concern from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer that the name of THRUSH for the pilot's international criminal organization sounded too much like SMERSH , the international spy-killing organization in Fleming's Bond series.
The studio suggested Raven, Shark, Squid, Vulture, Tarantula, Snipe, Sphinx, Dooom [ sic ], and Maggot the last used in early scripts. Although no legal action took place, the name was dubbed as "WASP" in the feature version To Trap a Spy.
The original pilot kept THRUSH presumably since it was not intended to be released to the public in that version. Felton and Rolfe pushed for the reinstatement of "THRUSH".
It turned out that WASP could not be used, since Gerry Anderson 's British television series Stingray was based on an organization called W.
World Aquanaut Security Patrol. By May , THRUSH was retained for the television episode edit of the pilot. Despite this, WASP was used by the feature film in Japan in late , and it was left in the American release in Another change among the three versions of the pilot story was the cover name for the character of Elaine May Donaldson.
In the original pilot it was Elaine Van Nessen; in the television version and the feature version it was Elaine Van Every. Illya Kuryakin's badge number is 17 in the pilot, rather than 2 during the series, and Solo's hair, after new footage was added, changed back and forth from a slicked back style to the less severe style he wore throughout the series.
With the popularity of the show and the spy craze, To Trap a Spy and the second U. The show's first season was in black-and-white. Rolfe created a kind of Alice's Adventures In Wonderland world, where mundane everyday life would intersect with the looking-glass fantasy of international espionage which lay just beyond.
The U. Another entrance was through The Masque Club. Waverly had his own secret entrance, hinted at in the episode "The Mad, Mad Tea Party Affair.
The only exception was "Alexander the Greater Affair". The first season episode "The Green Opal Affair" establishes that U.
Rolfe endeavored to make the implausible elements in the series seem not only feasible but entertaining. The series began to dabble in spy-fi , beginning with "The Double Affair" in which a THRUSH agent, made to look like Solo through plastic surgery, infiltrates a secret U.
The Spy with My Face was the theatrical film version of this episode. In its first season The Man from U. During this time producer Norman Felton told Alan Caillou and several of the series writers to make the show more tongue-in-cheek.
Switching to color , U. When Rolfe left the show at the conclusion of the first season, David Victor became the new showrunner.
Over the next three seasons, five different showrunners would supervise the U. In an attempt to emulate the success of ABC 's mid-season hit Batman , which had proved hugely popular with its debut in early , U.
During the third season the producers made a conscious decision to increase the level of humor. It was renewed for a fourth season and an attempt was made to go back to serious storytelling, but the ratings never recovered and U.
The series was popular enough to generate a spin-off series, The Girl from U. The spin-off series ran for one season, starring Stefanie Powers as agent "April Dancer", a character name credited to Ian Fleming, and Noel Harrison as agent Mark Slate who had been played substantially differently by actor Norman Fell in the pilot.
There was some crossover between the two shows, and Leo G. Carroll played Mr. Waverly in both programs, becoming the second actor in American television to star as the same character in two separate series.
A reunion telefilm , Return of the Man from U. Carroll , who had died in , as the head of U. A framed picture of Carroll appeared on his desk. The movie included a tribute to Ian Fleming via a cameo appearance by an unidentified secret agent with the initials "JB".
The part was played by George Lazenby who was shown driving James Bond's trademark vehicle, an Aston Martin DB5.
One character, identifying him, says that it is "just like On Her Majesty's Secret Service ", which was Lazenby's only Bond film.
The movie, written by Michael Sloan and directed by Ray Austin , briefly filled in the missing years.
THRUSH had been put out of business, and the escape of its leader from prison begins the story. Solo and Kuryakin, who had retired, are recalled by U.
Rather than reuniting the agents and recapturing their chemistry, however, the agents are separated and paired with younger agents. Like most similar reunion films, this production was considered a trial balloon for a possible new series which never materialized.
Although some personnel from the original series were involved like composer Gerald Fried and director of photography Fred Koenekamp , the movie was not produced by MGM but by Michael Sloan Productions in association with Viacom Productions.
The theme music, written by Jerry Goldsmith , changed slightly each season. After Stevens, Walter Scharf did six scores, and Lalo Schifrin did two.
Gerald Fried was composer from season two through the beginning of season four. The final composers were Robert Drasnin who also scored episodes of Mission: Impossible , as did Schifrin, Scharf, and Fried , Nelson Riddle whose score for the two-part episode "The Concrete Overcoat Affair" was so loathed by Norman Felton that he never hired the composer again, although the music did get tracked into other third-season episodes , and Richard Shores.
The music reflected the show's changing seasons. Goldsmith, Stevens, and Scharf composed dramatic scores in the first season using brass, unusual time signatures and martial rhythms.
Gerald Fried and Robert Drasnin opted for a lighter approach in the second, employing harpsichords and bongos. The fourth season's attempt at seriousness was duly echoed by Richard Shores' somber scores.
Apart from Solo, Kuryakin and Waverly, very few recurring characters appeared on the show with any regularity.
As a result, The Man from U. William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy appeared together in a episode, "The Project Strigas Affair", a full two years before Star Trek premiered.
Shatner played a heroic civilian recruited for an U. The villain was portrayed by Werner Klemperer. Barbara Feldon played an U.
Robert Culp played the villain in 's "The Shark Affair". Leigh Chapman appeared in a recurring role as Napoleon Solo's secretary, Sarah, for several episodes in Woodrow Parfrey appeared five times as a guest performer, although he never received an opening-title credit.
Usually cast as a scientist, he played the primary villain in one episode, "The Cherry Blossom Affair".
Another five-time guest star was Jill Ireland , who at the time was married to David McCallum. Janet Leigh and Jack Palance appeared in "The Concrete Overcoat Affair" and Sonny and Cher made an appearance in the third season episode "The Hot Number Affair".
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The characters in the series had a range of useful spy equipment, including handheld satellite communicators.
A catchphrase often heard was "Open Channel D" when agents used their pocket radios; these were originally disguised as cigarette packs, later as cigarette case , and still later as fountain pen.
Special pistol. A few of the third-and fourth-season episodes featured an "U. One prop, designed by the toy designer Reuben Klamer  often referred to as "The Gun", drew so much attention that it actually spurred considerable fan mail, and was often so addressed.
Internally designated the "U. Special", it was a modular semi-automatic firearm weapon. The basic pistol could be converted into a longer-range carbine by attaching a long barrel, an extendable shoulder stock, a telescopic sight, and an extended magazine.
In this "carbine mode", the pistol could fire on full automatic. This capability brought authorities to the set to investigate reports that the studio was illegally manufacturing machine gun.
They threatened to confiscate the prop guns and it took a tour of the prop room to convince them that these were actually "dummy" pistols incapable of firing live ammunition.
The actual pistol used as the prop was the Mauser Model Pocket Pistol , but it was unreliable, it jammed constantly, and it was dwarfed by the carbine accessories.
It was soon replaced by the larger and more-reliable Walther P The long magazine was actually a standard magazine with a dummy extension, but it inspired several small-arms manufacturers to begin making long magazines for various pistols.
While many of these continue to be available 40 years later, long magazines were not available for the P38 for some years. THRUSH had a range of weaponry of its own, much of them only in the development stage before being destroyed by the heroes.
A notable item was the infrared sniperscope , enabling villains to aim gunfire in total darkness. The prop was built from a U.
Army-surplus M1 carbine , with a vertical foregrip and barrel compensator, and using army-surplus infrared scopes.
The infrared special effect was achieved using a searchlight to illuminate the target. The viewfinder image was a negative version of the film.
When the scopes were switched on a pulsing chirp sound effect was used. The fully equipped carbines were seen only once, in "The Iowa Scuba Affair".
After that, a mockup of the scope was used to make handling easier. German small arms were well represented in the series. Not only were P38s frequently seen both as the U.
Special and in standard configuration , but also the Luger pistol pistol. In the pilot episode "The Vulcan Affair", Illya Kuryakin is carrying a M pistol.
The Mauser C96 and MP 40 machine pistols were favored by opponents. Beginning in the third season, both U. The Man From U.
The episodes with the extra footage that made it to theaters were the original pilot, "The Vulcan Affair", retitled To Trap a Spy and "The Double Affair" retitled as The Spy with My Face.
Both had added sex and violence, new sub-plots and guest stars not in the original TV episodes. They were released in early as an U.
A selling point to seeing these films theatrically was that they were being shown in color, at a time when most people had only black and white TVs and indeed the two first-season episodes that were expanded to feature length, while filmed in color, had only been broadcast in black and white.
The words "in color" featured prominently on the trailers, TV spots, and posters for the film releases. The episodes used to make U. Subsequent two-part episodes, beginning with the second season premiere, "Alexander The Greater Affair", retitled One Spy Too Many for its theatrical release, were developed into one complete feature film with only occasional extra sexy and violent footage added to them, sometimes as just inserts.
In the case of One Spy Too Many, a subplot featuring Yvonne Craig as an U. The later films were not released in America, only overseas, but the first few did well in American theaters and remain one of the rare examples of a television show released in paid theatrical engagements.
With the exception of the two-part episode "The Five Daughters Affair", shown as part of Granada Plus 's run of the series, the episodes which became movies have never aired on British television.
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