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MAN IN A SUITCASE, SET 2
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52 min. episodes have SUBTITLES: * = guest stars
~1 Burden of Proof-Plantation owner (*Patrick Allen) abuses AFRICA workers with ally Fr. Loyola (*Colin Blakely). Investigating McGill must choose dead/alive.
~2 Why They Killed Nolan-Mac's PI LONDON friend (*Sam Kydd) recognizes someone (*Ursula Howells) and calls for Mac who gets accused. Who killed Nolan?
~3 The Boston Square-Mac to GREECE chasing man (*Vincent Ball) & stolen sea farming data. Albanian spy (*Peter Arge) also interested. CIA man (*Rex Everhart) helps. Red herring?
~4 Somebody Loses, Somebody...Wins?-Br agent (*Jacqueline Pearce) defects with a loyalty test involving ex-lover McGill in GERMANY, in danger, again. Kommandant is (*Philip Madoc, who will also star in #12).
~5 Blind Spot-Blind PARIS girl's (*Felicity Kendall-35 yr younger "Rosemary" & Thyme) ma is killed.Read more ›
In the first episode of the series, it is learned that McGill (no first name stated) was an American agent who was disgraced about six years previously, and is regarded by some as a traitor. McGill discovers that his reputation was sacrificed as part of a scheme to plant agents behind the iron curtain. Rather than endanger those operatives, McGill chooses to remain in disgrace. He makes his living doing investigative work, and other jobs that usually involve intrigue, and danger. The title of the series comes from McGill's somewhat nomadic lifestyle, as he frequently travels from place to place carrying his worn tan suitcase.
McGill may travel light, and doesn't always go first class, but he is seldom in dire financial straits. Even with a tarnished reputation in some circles, McGill seems to have no shortage of employment opportunities, and is sometimes selected to be the fall guy. McGill is ruggedly handsome, but has some rough edges, and lacks the refinement and sophistication of a Simon Templar. His prematurely graying hair makes him look older.Read more ›
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Excellent "burned" CIA spy show. He adapts and overcomes in Europe taking all kinds of post spy work. Part two gets better. However, McGill still get hit in the head alot.Published 11 months ago by john caesar
This set contains the second half of the only season of this ITC series from 1967-8 revolving around McGill, a disgraced American agent in Europe who takes on freelance... Read morePublished 16 months ago by J. R. Trtek