TV Series | | Action, Adventure, Crime
The two top agents of the United Network Command for Law and Enforcement fight the enemies of peace, particularly the forces of THRUSH.
In the book, Son of Origins, Marvel Comics editor Stan Lee revealed that the Man From UNCLE TV series was the inspiration for Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD. The comic would inspire the inclusion of the character and agency in the Marvel movies, which led to the Agents of SHIELD tv series, nearly 50 years after UNCLE premiered.
People who straddle both sides of the street end up sitting in the middle.
Throughout the run of the series there was a large globe of the world used in the UNCLE office. However, it didn't appear to be current as it seemed to be from the middle of WW II. The colors for Europe seemed to reflect the conquests by the Axis powers, as well as the occupation of parts of China and southeast Asia by Japan.
"We wish to thank the United Network Command for Law and Enforcement without whose assistance this program would not be possible." UNCLE does not exist, and never has.
Every two-part episodes of this series was re-edited for theatrical release in Europe. Each of these films include scenes filmed especially for theaters, often including additional violence or innuendo, while the TV versions also include scenes not released theatrically. These movies are listed separately in the IMDb.
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