The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

Season 3 Episode 15

The Jingle Bells Affair

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Aired Tuesday 8:30 PM Dec 23, 1966 on NBC
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Solo and Illya must protect Premier Georgi Koz, a Khrushchev like European leader, on a visit to New York, Priscilla Worth is befriended by Loz and she takes him to a school for Santa Clauses run by Francis X. O'Reilly where just one of a series of assassination attempts against him must be thwarted by the two U.N.C.L.E. agents.

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    Elen Willard

    Elen Willard

    Priscilla Worth

    Guest Star

    Akim Tamiroff

    Akim Tamiroff

    Chairman Georgi Koz

    Guest Star

    Kent Smith

    Kent Smith

    Mr. Macy

    Guest Star

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • In the opening shot of the department store, Priscilla is holding the bell but her hands are at her side and the sound of a ringing bell is dubbed in. In the next closer shot, she is ringing the bell with her hand at head level.

      • When Waverly is playing chess with the boy at the hospital, in the long shot his fingers are tented. Then the camera cuts to a closer shot and his hands are apart and he tents his fingers. Then in the next long shot, his fingers are untented again.

    • QUOTES (6)

      • Illya: The parade has become a national institution.
        Napoleon: And marks the beginning of the Christmas shopping season.
        Georgi: Yes, a time when the rich get richer and the poor get poorer, no?
        Napoleon: Well, that's not exactly the intent, but you probably have a point.

      • Maxim: You know something, Comrade Chairman? I've been thinking.
        Georgi: Oh? Well, it's never too late, Maxim.

      • Francis: (to a department store Santa Claus) Now, this time, like your heart is full of love and mistletoe, and you're looking right into the bright blue eyes of this poor little kid that's just standin' there, pickin' his nose.

      • Georgi: I will die with my boots on!
        Napoleon: We've got an old folk rhyme too. "He who fights and runs away / Lives to fight another day." Go on!

      • Waverly: I would suggest you call on Chairman Koz directly and apologize for what happened.
        Napoleon: Now?
        Waverly: Yes, now. In the absence of efficiency, we are compelled to rely on charm.

      • Priscilla: Oh, Mr. Solo, you are a gay one, aren't you?
        Napoleon: Only, uh, on holidays.

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