TV Series | | Action, Adventure, Comedy
A pair of intelligence agents posing as a tennis pro and his coach go on secret missions around the world.
The series' ratings declined in the third season. This was due to a timeslot change from Wednesday nights to Monday nights where it was against The Carol Burnett Show (1967). NBC offered executive producer Sheldon Leonard the choice of having the series renewed or making a new series. Leonard... ...
Well you have to get beat up every once in a while otherwise you go soft, right Kel?
During the opening credits sequence of many early episodes, scenes from that episode are shown underneath a closeup of Robert Culp's eyes. If you look closely, Culp's facial expressions (concerned, happy, etc.) almost always match the action happening on the screen. Later in the series, a standard set of action/romance/humor scenes was used.
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