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Review - The Avengers: Series 4, Episode 12 – Two’s a Crowd

John Steed's spitting image turns up to complicate things in Two's a Crowd. Or is Steed impersonating someone who just looks very like him?

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Review - The Avengers: Series 4, Episode 11 – Man-Eater of Surrey Green

If you prefer the out-and-out fantastic "spy-fi" side of The Avengers, Man-Eater of Surrey Green is the episode for you

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Review - The Avengers: Series 4, Episode 10 – Dial a Deadly Number

Sherry and biscuits, anyone? Steed and Peel breathe rarefied social air in Dial a Deadly Number, a mystery about business magnates who mysteriously keep dying

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Review - November 1st

A dark road trip for a mother and daughter en route to an execution, made grimly watchable by a knockout Lindsay Duncan and Sophia Myles

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Review - The Avengers: Series 4, Episode 9 – The Hour That Never Was

An air force base devoid of people in a world where time seems to have stood still, a classic Avengers episode that's one of the very best

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Review - The Avengers: Series 4, Episode 8 – A Surfeit of H2O

Peel and Steed battle the weather in A Surfeit of H2O, an Avengers episode stuffed with eccentrics and featuring a granny with a very large comedy cucumber

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Review - The Avengers: Series 4, Episode 7 – The Murder Market

The Murder Market was the first Avengers episode that Patrick Macnee shot with his new co-star, Diana Rigg. And it shows…

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Review - The Avengers: Series 4, Episode 6 – The Master Minds

The Master Minds is all about mind control, a hot button topic when The Avengers tackled it in November 1965

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Review - The Avengers: Series 4, Episode 5 – Castle De’ath

An agent taller in death than in life? Castle De'ath sends John Steed and Emma Peel to Scotland, where the wrack awaits the unwary

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