John Laurie, John Krish, John Steed! Remember when John was a popular name! In A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Station, The Avengers foil a plot to kill the PM (Harold somebody)
Charlotte Rampling, Donald Sutherland and Brian Blessed add gloss to The Superlative Seven, a title suggesting this episode is going to borrow heavily from The Magnificent Seven – it doesn't
Epic uses the excess and self-regard of the movie biz for laughs and dastardly plotting in an Emma Peel-focused episode of The Avengers that's almost a classic
With a guest appearance by a lumbering Christopher Lee you'd be forgiven for assuming that Never, Never Say Die was a quality episode of The Avengers. Wrong!
The Correct Way to Kill takes the series 3 episode The Charmers and updates it to the Emma Peel and colour TV era. But is this episode of The Avengers better?
A feral big cat is on the loose in The Hidden Tiger. Maybe not so feral, or so big. Either way it's a job for The Avengers – and one of their most satisfying
The supernatural and the sci-fi combine in The Living Dead, an episode of The Avengers that sees Steed and Peel heading underground for an apocalyptic showdown
Borrowing heavily from the Adam West Batman, The Avengers takes pop culture referentiality to new levels in The Winged Avenger. Shame it's so dull
Ron Moody, Kenneth Cope and Anthony Valentine are the saving of The Bird Who Knew Too Much, a lousy episode of The Avengers which resolutely fails to take wing