Solo and Kuryakin pursue Gervaise Ravel and Harold Bufferton, the surviving conspirators of The Quadripartite Affair. To draw them out of hiding, Solo will use Marion Raven as bait and ...
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Solo and Kuryakin pursue Gervaise Ravel and Harold Bufferton, the surviving conspirators of The Quadripartite Affair. To draw them out of hiding, Solo will use Marion Raven as bait and utilize a variation of the Guioco Piano chess opening to make the operation a success.Written by
Jill Ireland was at one point going to become a recurring guest-star, with her character Marion becoming Illya's girlfriend. This idea was dropped, although Ireland, real-life wife of series star David McCallum, would appear again in different roles. See more »
In the opening scene on the Andes mountain, an U.N.C.L.E. agent stops near the top and takes refuge under an overhanging rock that creates a natural alcove, as he uses his radio to report his status. When a helicopter circles above him, the camera point of view from the helicopter shows him sitting on the open field at the top of that overhanging rock. A second later, after a rocket is launched from the helicopter, the next camera angle shows the agent back at the alcove below the overhanging rock. See more »
Do you play chess, Miss Ravel?
No... I'd rather not to.
[examining a small revolver that was part of her masquerade as Marie Antoinette]
Fires two bullets.
One should be sufficient.
Piano gambit: Bishop to bishop-four, tempting the queen to rashly move out to knight-three. And the Queen has no doubt, has she?
But your queen is a prisoner. I don't think I'll risk it. I'll call your bluff.
Oh, it's not bluff. My white knight has gone to the rescue of my queen.
You don't have a ...
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During the closing credits, Norman Felton's producing credit appears over an image of his cameo in the episode. See more »