The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.

Season 1 Episode 8

The Garden of Evil Affair

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Aired Tuesday 12:00 AM Nov 01, 1966 on NBC
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The Garden of Evil Affair
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A doctor finds his own life is in danger when he creates a powerful serum that enables the minds of dead people to be given to his living relatives. A cult with a lethal scratch called The Cambodyses, THRUSH and UNCLE are all eager to get hold of the mind changing serum and the the doctor's granddaughter.moreless

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    Arnold Moss

    Arnold Moss

    Iman Abbas

    Guest Star

    Anna-Lisa

    Anna-Lisa

    Brunhilde

    Guest Star

    Lisa Seagram

    Lisa Seagram

    Miss Karum

    Guest Star

    Randy Kirby

    Randy Kirby

    Randy Kovacs

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Goof: Mark places a dummy on the horse to act as a decoy; however, it is clearly a stuntman who dives off it when tackled. In the following sequence, it reverts to being the dummy and the THRUSH agents realise they've been duped.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • (Discussing April's age and her birthday)
        Office Worker: 23?
        April: As of my last birthday.
        Office Worker: Which was?
        April: April first, and no remarks about April fools please.

      • April: Why don't you let me go to the newspaper office? Or would you like to meet Miss Karums alone?
        Mark: What ever makes you think that? Remember, her kisses are deadly.
        April: Ah, but so are mine.

      • (Talking to Mark)
        April: Of course I'm right. If I wasn't right, I wouldn't be perfect.

      • Shah: The Dance Of The Veils is not meant to be a cross between the watusi and the hula.
        April: Watusi? But I was doing the Dance Of The Veils, all seven of them.

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