The Man from U.N.C.L.E. - Season 1 Episodes
“The Vulcan Affair”
THRUSH are thwarted in their attempt to assassinate U.N.C.L.E. chief Alexander Waverly. Napoleon Solo is assigned to protect a visiting African leader (William Marshall) whose life is under threat from Andrew Vulcan (Fritz Weaver). A housewife (Patricia Crowley) is recruited to help him. This was later expanded and released to cinemas as To Trap A Spy.
“The Iowa-Scuba Affair”
Solo is sent to Iowa to investigate the mysterious demise of an air force man. With the assistance of Jill Denison (Katherine Crawford) he uncovers a plan to steal a space plane.
“The Quadripartite Affair”
Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin must stop Gervaise Ravel (Anne Francis) from using a gas that induces a state of utter terror to create political havoc. Jill Ireland guest stars as Marion Raven.
“The Shark Affair”
While investigating a series of kidnappings, Solo and Kuryakin encounter Captain Shark (Robert Culp) who is creating a modern day Noah's Ark with the intention of repopulating the world in the event of a nuclear holocaust.
“The Deadly Games Affair”
A former SS scientist is attempting to reanimate the body of Hitler.
“The Green Opal Affair”
Solo attempts to rescue a group of people kidnapped and brainwashed by THRUSH.
“The Giuoco Piano Affair”
Solo and Kuryakin devise a scheme to lure her into a trap.
“The Double Affair”
THRUSH create a double for Solo and substitute him for the real agent.
“The Project Strigas Affair”
Solo and Kuryakin devise a scheme to discredit a Balkan diplomat. Kuryakin goes undercover as an operative from the diplomat’s home country sent to investigate the fictional ‘Project Strigas’.
“The Finny Foot Affair”
Solo investigates a chemical which has wiped out an entire Scottish village. A young Kurt Russell guest stars as does Tura Satana.
“The Neptune Affair”
Kuryakin is recalled to the USSR when it emerges that rockets carrying a fungus are endangering the Russian wheat harvest. Solo travels to southern California independently to infiltrate the launching base (an oil platform) and avert a war between the USSR and the US.
“The Dove Affair”
Solo attempts to smuggle a microdot containing top secret information about THRUSH out of a small European country.
“The King of Knaves Affair”
Solo poses as an arms dealer in an attempt to scupper to plans of a deposed ruler who is hoping to return to power by building an army of high-profile criminals.
“The Terbuf Affair”
When an old flame (Madlyn Rhue) asks Solo to help gypsy leader Emil (Jacques Aubuchon) escape from the Balkan territory of Terbuf, he and Kuryakin uncover a trail of corruption leading to the country’s head of police.
“The Deadly Decoy Affair”
Solo and Kuryakin must play an elaborate game of subterfuge in order to transport a high-ranking THRUSH official to Washington and evade all attempts to rescue him. Matters are complicated when a secretary on her lunch hour gets handcuffed to the prisoner and must come along.
“The Fiddlesticks Affair”
Solo and Kuryakin devise a scheme to break into a vault under a casino where THRUSH keep their funds.
“The Yellow Scarf Affair”
When an U.N.C.L.E. agent dies in a plane crash, Solo travels to India to investigate. He discovers that the crash was no accident and finds himself involved in a race to recover a vital piece of technology.
“The Mad, Mad, Tea Party Affair”
A mysterious man appears to be able to circumvent the security system in U.N.C.L.E. headquarters at will. While attempting to capture him, Solo and Kuryakin discover a THRUSH agent inside U.N.C.L.E. who intends to kill several high-ranking officials at a conference later that day.
“The Secret Sceptre Affair”
Solo and Kuryakin attempt to recover a national treasure from a dictator at the instigation of Solo’s old commanding officer Major Morgan. But are Morgan’s motives as pure as they seem?
“The Bow-Wow Affair”
When Waverly’s cousin is killed by his own dog, Kuryakin is sent to investigate.
“The Four-Steps Affair”
Solo and Kuryakin are assigned to protect a young Tibetan religious leader from kidnap by THRUSH.
“The See-Paris-and-Die Affair”
Solo and Kuryakin take on two brothers who are attempting to control the diamond market, and simultaneously attempt to thwart THRUSH attempts to steal the diamonds.
“The Brain-Killer Affair”
Waverly is subjected to the effects of a brain-altering device by THRUSH. Solo must save Waverly and find the device.
“The Hong Kong Shilling Affair”
At a black market auction in Hong Kong, Solo and Kuryakin attempt to recover a coin in which there is a microdot containing military secrets.
“The Never-Never Affair”
Solo sends a bored U.N.C.L.E. translator on a hoax mission in an attempt to liven up her life. When it emerges that he has inadvertently given her a microfilm for which THRUSH is searching, he and Kuryakin must track her down and save her from THRUSH.
“The Love Affair”
Brother Love, a THRUSH leader posing as an evangelist, is constructing a nuclear spaceship. Solo must rescue a scientist and a student, kidnapped by Brother Love and foil his plan.
“The Gazebo in the Maze Affair”
Seeking revenge for a previous encounter, G. Emory Partridge abducts Kuryakin and uses him as bait to snare Solo.
“The Girls of Nazarone Affair”
Solo and Kuryakin travel to Southern France to investigate a serum which supposedly gives supernatural strength and revives the dead.
“The Odd Man Affair”
When a retired U.N.C.L.E. agent is recruited to impersonate a crime lord, he decides to take the mission into his own hands. Solo and Kuryakin must protect him as he infiltrates a crime conference.