Tag: Julie Stevens

Shima, Stevens, Pohlmann and Macnee

The Avengers: Series 2, Episode 24 – A Chorus of Frogs

  A mix of the familiar and the exotic in A Chorus of Frogs, the 24th episode in the broadcast run of series two of The Avengers, and another chance for Julie Stevens’s Venus Smith to do her wide-eyed naive thing. It’s a useful character trait, since there is plenty

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Smith and Steed examine a box

The Avengers: Series 2, Episode 17 – Box of Tricks

  A thin, confusingly plotted and frankly rather dull episode is only emphasised by the terrible picture and sound quality (on the old box set I’m watching this series on, anyway). And it’s a Venus Smith episode, which means a song from the chanteuse, but not until after the opening

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Edina Ronay and Douglas Muir

The Avengers: Series 2, Episode 6 – The Removal Men

  Heady Europeanism, alcohol, jazz music and sexual licence are the watchwords of The Removal Men, number six in the second series. And Julie Stevens, appropriately, returns as Steed’s helpmeet in an episode set on the French Riviera, where a Bardot-like sexy French actress (played to the hilt by Edina

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Venus Smith sings

The Avengers: Series 2, Episode 3 – The Decapod

  Just when you thought it was Steed and Gale, Macnee and Blackman, along pops Julie Stevens (later in the decade a regular on the children’s TV show Playaway) as a sidekick in the third episode of series two. What’s afoot? Clearly there were worries behind the scenes before the

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