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The Avengers: The Definitive Dossier - 1967, Files 7 and 8 (1967)

Region: 2
UPC/Barcode: 5030305210045
Released: 11th February 2002
Release type: Deleted
No. of Discs: 1
Catalogue No: KLT21004
Category: Television, Telefantasy
Format: DVD / Box Set
The Avengers: The Definitive Dossier - 1967, Files 7 and 8 (1967) (Box Set) (Deleted)

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Story: More adventures featuring the suave supersleuths, John Steed (Patrick MacNee) and Mrs Emma Peel (Diana Rigg). In 'The £50,000 Breakfast' the death of a ventriloquist leads to an unusual case for Emma and Steed. 'Dead Man's Treasure' sees the debonair duo take part in a treasure hunt. 'You Have Just Been Murdered' has Steed suspect blackmail when various millionaires start withdrawing large sums of cash from the bank. 'The Positive-Negative Man' finds Emma and Steed on the case when a scientist is discovered embedded in a wall. 'Murdersville' sees the crimefighting double-act settle down in a quaint English village which just happens to be plagued by murder. 'Mission ... Highly Improbable' has Steed brought down a peg or two when he goes on the trail of a stolen miniaturisation ray. Finally, in 'The Forget-Me-Knot', Steed investigates duplicity deep within his own organisation and Emma prepares to bow out.

Starring: Patrick MacNee, Diana Rigg, Linda Thorson, Ronald Hines, Caroline Blakiston, Cecil Parker, Valerie van Ost, Ivor Dean, Arthur Lowe, Barrie Ingham, Robert Flemyng, Peter Blythe, Ray McAnally

Directed by: Robert Day, Sidney Hayers, Robert Asher, James Hill

Written by: Roger Marshall, Michael Winder, Paul Levene, Tony Williamson, Brian Clemens

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Studio/distributor: E1 Entertainment UK

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