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Review - The Avengers: Series 4, Episode 3 – The Cybernauts

Three electronics outfits – one Japanese, two British – are in the frame for a series of brutal murders carried out by a creature with immense strength

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Review - The Avengers: Series 4, Episode 2 – The Gravediggers

If you were looking for a classic Avengers episode and weren't too worried if it was in colour or not, The Gravediggers is probably a good place to start

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Review - The Avengers: Series 4, Episode 1 – The Town of No Return

Diana Rigg arrives and the classic era of The Avengers begins – bigger budgets, madder stories and a lot more arching of eyebrows

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Review - The Avengers: Series 3, Episode 26 – Lobster Quadrille

Honor Blackman's game-changing era closes in Lobster Quadrille, a patchy episode teaming unlikely lobster fishermen with an unlikely Chinese criminal

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Review - The Avengers: Series 3, Episode 25 – Esprit De Corp

Esprit De Corps is a great if ultimately mad Avengers episode about a plot to restore the "rightful", ie Stuart, heir to the throne

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Review - Never Look Away

Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck atones for The Tourist with a return to the style and tone which was the making of his breakthrough, The Lives of Others

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Review - The Avengers: Series 3, Episode 24 – Concerto

The Avengers remember their dark gritty roots in Concerto, an episode with a Cold War flavour that took an entire year to get onto the screen

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Review - The Avengers: Series 3, Episode 23 – The Charmers

So good it was remade in the Diana Rigg era, here's the original of The Correct Way to Kill, with a much more appropriate title of The Charmers

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Review - The Avengers: Series 3, Episode 22 – The Outside-In Man

The Outside-In Man is a crackingly spytastic story with flavours of the Burgess/Maclean/Philby spy scandal of the early 1960s, albeit faint ones

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