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Century 21 Television, ITC Stanley Unwin, Gary Files, Sylvia Anderson, Jeremy Wilkin, Keith Alexander Alan Perry David Lane, Reg Hill, Desmond Saunders , Barry Gray
  • 1969
  • Century 21 Television, ITC
  • The Secret Service Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Father Stanley Unwin, Matthew Harding, Mrs. Harding, The Bishop, Agent Blake.
  • Vocal Talent: Stanley Unwin (Father Stanley Unwin), Gary Files (Matthew Harding), Sylvia Anderson (Mrs. Harding), Jeremy Wilkin (The Bishop), Keith Alexander (Agent Blake).
  • Directed By Alan Perry.
  • Produced By David Lane.
    Executive Producer: Reg Hill.
    Production Supervisor: Desmond Saunders.
  • Written By Gerry Anderson, Sylvia Anderson.

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A Healey KX20 mini-computer has been stolen by Dreisenberg agents and is believed to be in the hands of the Dreisenberg Ambassador, who plans to leave the country...  (more)

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