Danger Man

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  • 9.5

    A major force in the British spy invasion of the 1960s.

    By tvking1, Nov 13, 2007

    Danger Man, known as Secret Agent in the U.S., was superior to other spies, like James Bond, in at least one way. Unlike the more flamboyant 007, Paul Drake respected the integrity of women, and saw them as something other than merely sex objects. Series star Patrick MacGoohan, perhaps best known to modern movie goers as the mad King Edward in the 1995 Oscar-winning movie Braveheart, had insisted on this. He was reportedly offered the roles of both James Bond and Simon Templar (The Saint) but turned them down because of the womanizing. Also, Paul Drake seldom used a gun. Danger Man was action packed and intelligent. It should be shown in reruns on a detective or spy channel, if one exists.moreless

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  • 8.0

    Danger Man really shows a lot of potential. Unfortunately, the dramatic opening which pulled in until the very end, simply fades out at the end. It's unfortunate but that's a big problem with many shows on tv today.

    By ara2kch16, Apr 14, 2006

    Danger Man really shows a lot of potential. Unfortunately, the dramatic opening which pulled in until the very end, simply fades out at the end. It's unfortunate but that's a big problem with many shows on tv today. Great start to pull everyone in but botches it up at the end.

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