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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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Review - The Avengers: Series 3, Episode 21 – Build a Better Mousetrap

The fabulous character actors are the making of a great episode, all about two old ladies who've got something very hi-tech in their cottage

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Review - The Avengers: Series 3, Episode 20 – Trojan Horse

Steed and Gale mind a sheikh's horse and investigate a dodgy betting outfit in an episode that's really about toffs making sure the lower orders know their place

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Review - The Avengers: Series 3, Episode 19 – The Secrets Broker

What connects a posh wine merchant's with a secret research establishment? And how much is a case of 1956 Chateau Lafitte anyway?

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Review - The Avengers: Series 3, Episode 18 – Mandrake

An episode set largely in a Cornwall cemetery, where people keep winding up buried even though they have no connection with the area. What's going on?

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Review - The Avengers: Series 3, Episode 17 – The Wringer

The influence of John le Carré's The Spy Who Came In from the Cold is obvious in this excellent episode, about Steed being interrogated for being a double agent

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Review - The Avengers: Series 3, Episode 16 – The Little Wonders

An international cabal of criminals posing as clergymen are what powers this brilliant episode. And Steed and Gale share a screen kiss – their only one

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