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

Season 1 Episode 23

The Low Blue C Affair

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Aired Tuesday 12:00 AM Feb 28, 1967 on NBC
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The Low Blue C Affair
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An ambitious old gangster is determined to obtain power of a small Mediterranean country; however, he has two people to remove if he is to legally gain control: the Duke and Major Stella. After he successfully murders the reigning Duke, April and Mark are sent to encourage Major Stella to take up her new post.moreless

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    Broderick Crawford

    Broderick Crawford

    Soyil Irosian

    Guest Star

    Hermione Gingold

    Hermione Gingold

    Major Stella Irosian

    Guest Star

    Renzo Cesana

    Renzo Cesana

    Diplomate

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Goof The anchor pulls April overboard and she plunges in to the water; however, when she clambers back on to the boat she's completely dry.

      • Major Stella conducts the choir in a rendition of Bringing In The Sheaves. The hymn, inspired by Psalm 126:6, was wrtten by Knowles Shaw in 1874.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • April: (talking about Bella) Is this how you persuaded her to meet the mission and become the Dutchess?
        Waverly: We made a deal; she coudn't resist my offer to play the trombone but then what woman could?

      • Stella: (dismayed at their style of band playing) Mr Slate, Miss Nelson I said we were all sinners, not swingers!

      • Stella: (serving in the soup kitchen) Oh Norman, here's an extra serving for you. There.
        April: Isn't that..
        Stella: Yes, used to have his own tv show; cancelled.

      • Stella: Come in, come in and join us in a song; it'll do you good.
        April: Erm, yes. There is one other thing.
        Stella: I know, I know but there's nothing to be ashamed of; we're all sinners here.

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