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It's a time machine bringing you back to your youth, Goingsilver.
Yes, I remember.... and I took the trip down memory lane watching the opening sequence. Thanks starlord for jogging the old memory!
Now you feel a teenager again. Glad I could help :-)
Yes, he was! How did you know? Oh and I looked at the youtube link - more memories!! Thank you again.
7 channels? Wow :-) But then again, we had 3 in Dutch, one in French and two in German. That limits the choice.Lots of fans for the man from Uncle, Cevas :-) Let me guess. Ilya was your favourite too :-)
Oh I loved this show too!! I had pictures of both of them on my wall. Thank you for the memories Starlord!
We had channels 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13--so we had 7! :-)))
@ Pd: teens and older men... :-) I was in my teens too. We had very little on TV in those days. Over here, it started at 6pm and they stopped at about 11 pm. We had 6 channels... pffffffff@ 2Dogs7cats: Ah yes, posters on the wall. I had lots of them. Mostly the Beatles :-) No moviestars. Glad I could bring you back to your childhood for a brief moment :-)
My first TV crush, Ilya Kuryakin. Watched every show, read every book and even had this picture as a poster on my wall. Thanks for the memories.
I doubt that I liked Robert Vaughn because he was older and more appropriate for my generation, since I was still in my teens!
Ilya, the blond one, was Russian.Napoleon Solo was the older type, Ilya Kuryakin the younger one.One guy for all generations or all choices.
Ducky! LOL! Yes, I used to love this show, but, like the contrarian I've always been preferred the dark hair over the blond--Newman versus Redford? Same thing!
You were a quickie...Three years old in 1964 and already a crush on Ilya Kuryakin aka David McCallum :-)
Ilya - my heart still throbs! (even though I was only about 3 years old at the time!) LOL
Come on, this one was pretty easy. In 1964, I was... euh... still young :-)
Sure glad someone else solved this.......
This series was on TV from 1964 to 1968. It was called: The man from U.N.C.L.E.Stands for: United Network Command for Law Enforcement.Does the opening title bring back memories?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iC88U1SyQQw
Thought so :-)And you always got stuck with Napoleon Solo... :-)
Yes starlord, it was Ilya :-(
Awww, you poor Jennifer. My heart is filled with pity. I bet your favourite was Ilya Kuryakin. :-)
Oh yes I do. I used to fight with my twin sister over which one was our idol & I had to give in to her each time & take the one I was not interested in.