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The Avengers season 5

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Air weekdate: Cast:Patrick Macnee, Diana Rigg, Linda Thorson, Patrick Newell, Jon Rollason, Julie Stevens, Rhonda Parker, Honor Blackman, Ian Hendry, Arthur Hewlett, Douglas Muir, Ingrid Hafner, Jennifer Croxton Genre:Action, Crime, Drama, Fantasy Channel:ITV Status:Ended

9.4 (19 votes)

The Avengers season 5 episodes list:

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Episode #1: From Venus with Love (air date: 1967-01-14)

The strange deaths of several astronomers, left bleached white, pose a problem. Whilst Steed joins the stargazers, Emma chases a bright light, and finds herself in the hot seat.

Episode #2: The Fear Merchants (air date: 1967-01-21)

Four men involved in the production of ceramics suffer nervous breakdowns in everyday situations. All have recently turned down the opportunity to merge with the British Porcelain Company. Steed and Emma investigate the world of fear, with terrifying consequences.

Episode #3: Escape in Time (air date: 1967-01-28)

Several notorious criminals have vanished into thin air. A whisper has been received that the escape chain starts in London, but, when agent Paxton follows it, he winds up dead in the Thames with a 300-year-old bullet in him.

Episode #4: The See-Through Man (air date: 1967-02-04)

The Ministry has been broken into by, it seems, an invisible man. A trail leads via inventor Quilby to the Eastern Drug Company, a front organisation run by Soviet intelligence. Meanwhile, the crack spies Elena and Alexandre Vazin are in town. But nobody has seen anything of Alexandre...

Episode #5: The Bird Who Knew Too Much (air date: 1967-02-11)

Emma and Steed investigate the mystery of how top secret things are being photographed from the air. Could it have something to do with the groovy world of fashion photography and a parrot called Captain Crusoe?

Episode #6: The Winged Avenger (air date: 1967-02-18)

Is a creature that can walk up walls clawing to death ruthless and powerful men? Does it have anything to do with Professor Poole's invention of boots that let you walk on the ceiling, or with cartoon superhero the Winged Avenger?

Episode #7: The Living Dead (air date: 1967-02-25)

When representatives of the two organizations head to a country church to investigate the sudden reappearance of a man long thought dead, Steed and Emma are called in to help. It isn't long, of course, before murder rears its ugly head.

Episode #8: The Hidden Tiger (air date: 1967-03-04)

The mauling to death of several members of the committee of PURRR (the Philanthropic Union for the Rescue, Relief and Recuperation of Cats) exposes Steed and Emma to a diabolical scheme to take over the entire country.

Episode #9: The Correct Way to Kill (air date: 1967-03-11)

Foreign agents are being killed, but not by British agents. Steed thinks it terribly unfair, and so does his opposite number, Nutski. They make an arrangement, and Steed and Emma find themselves with Soviet partners in an investigation of a group of very British killers.

Episode #10: Never, Never Say Die (air date: 1967-03-18)

An unfortunate motorist keeps knocking down and killing the same man: a man who's rampaging through the countryside, bulletproof and intent on destruction. A man who just happens to be identical to the urbane Professor Frank N. Stone.

Episode #11: Epic (air date: 1967-04-01)

Three Hollywood veterans, led by an insane director, decide that Emma would be perfect for their latest movie, so they kidnap her and film some surreal and deadly footage.

Episode #12: The Superlative Seven (air date: 1967-04-08)

Steed is invited to a party, and finds himself trapped in a remote-controlled aircraft, with six fancy-dressed specialists in various combat styles, en route to a distant island. There, they are pitted against each other in a deadly test.

Episode #13: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Station (air date: 1967-04-15)

When Lucas, an agent investigating something subversive, gets off his train at the wrong station he is murdered. Has the crime got anything to do with a mole at the admiralty, a train ticket and a fiendish plot to kill the Prime Minister? This episode's guest stars include Drewe Henley, who also played Red Leader in Star Wars: Episode IV.

Episode #14: Something Nasty in the Nursery (air date: 1967-04-22)

Secrets known only to a small group of trusted men have leaked, and the men are having strange dreams of their childhood, featuring their nannies and a bouncing ball. Emma checks out the toyshop, Steed explores a school for nannies.

Episode #15: The Joker (air date: 1967-04-29)

Invited for the weekend to the home of a fellow Bridge Expert, Emma finds herself trapped in a house designed to send her mad. Her tormentor is Max Prendergast, a man she befriended and then betrayed in Berlin some time before. Then Steed came to the rescue but now he's at home nursing a sprained ankle.

Episode #16: Who's Who? (air date: 1967-05-06)

When one of the Floral Network of agents is found dead atop a pair of stilts, Steed and Emma's interest is piqued. That's the idea, because foreign agents Basil and Lola have a trap prepared for them: a machine that swaps their minds into the pair's bodies.

Episode #17: Return of the Cybernauts (air date: 1967-09-30)

The brother of the late Clement Armstrong sets a deadly trap for Steed and Mrs. Peel, whom he blames for his brother's death at the hands of his murderous creations, the Cybernauts.

Episode #18: Death's Door (air date: 1967-10-07)

A European peace conference comes under the threat of sabotage when the British delegates begin to suffer from premonitions and nightmares. After Sir Andrew Boyd, who has witnessd his death in a dream, is killed, Steed and Emma must keep his replacement, Lord Melford, sane and alive.

Episode #19: The £50,000 Breakfast (air date: 1967-10-14)

The accidental death of a ventriloquist reveals that he had been carrying a fortune in gems inside his stomach. Steed stoops to blackmail and Emma goes shopping for ties in the search through the business community for a rich Borzoi.

Episode #20: Dead Man's Treasure (air date: 1967-10-21)

The search for a small despatch box containing secret information hidden by a dying agent leads Steed and Emma into a race (quite literally) for the 'treasure'. In the process they must face foreign agents, new partners and a car simulator that electrifies its guests.

Episode #21: You Have Just Been Murdered (air date: 1967-10-28)

Various millionaires are withdrawing large sums of money from the bank. Steed suspects blackmail but none of the men is willing to talk. Then he gets a call from Gilbert Jarvis, who tells Steed that he, Jarvis, has 'just been murdered'. Again.

Episode #22: The Positive-Negative Man (air date: 1967-11-04)

When a scientist is found embedded in a wall, Steed and Emma pursue a man in make-up and wellies, whose appearance is terribly shocking.

Episode #23: Murdersville (air date: 1967-11-11)

Emma's old friend, Paul Croft, returns from abroad to retire to Little Storping-in-the Swurf. Unfortunately, the village seems to be run along very strange lines. Threatened by yokels, Emma finds herself outnumbered.

Episode #24: Mission: Highly Improbable (air date: 1967-11-18)

When Sir Gerald Bancroft and his Rolls-Royce vanish whilst being escorted at a military base, Steed is called upon to solve the puzzle. But before he can he experiences that old shrinking feeling.

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