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ROBERT VAUGHN DAVID MCCALLUM LP SIGNED AUTOGRAPH THE MAN FROM UNCLE 1965

Vaughn, Robert David Mccallum LP Signed Autograph The Man From Uncle 1965
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Vaughn, Robert David Mccallum LP Signed Autograph The Man From Uncle 1965
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Vaughn, Robert David Mccallum LP Signed Autograph The Man From Uncle 1965Vaughn, Robert David Mccallum LP Signed Autograph The Man From Uncle 1965
THIS IS AN AUTHENTICALLY AUTOGRAPHED LP BY ROBERT VAUGHN AND DAVID MCCALLUM...

ORIGINAL MUSIC FROM THE MAN FROM UNCLE(RCA LPM 3475)ARRANGED AND CONDUCTED BY HUGO MONTENEGRO. MGM TELEVISION. PHOTO COVER IS SIGNED BY ROBERT VAUGHN AND DAVID MCCALLUM. CONDITION OF THE VINYL,COVER, AND AUTOGRAPHS IS VG MINUS.

The series centered on a two-man troubleshooting team for a fictional secret international law-enforcement agency, the United Network Command for Law Enforcement (U.N.C.L.E.): American Napoleon Solo (Robert Vaughn), and Russian Illya Kuryakin (David McCallum). Leo G. Carroll played Alexander Waverly, the British head of the organization. Lisa Rogers (Barbara Moore) joined the cast as a female regular in the fourth season.

The series, though fictional, achieved such notability as to have artifacts (props, costumes and documents, and a video clip) from the show included in the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library's exhibit on spies and counterspies. Similar exhibits can be found in the museums of the Central Intelligence Agency and other agencies and organizations involved with intelligence gathering.

U.N.C.L.E.'s archenemy was a vast organization known as THRUSH (originally named WASP in the series pilot movie). The original series never explained what the acronym THRUSH stood for, but in several of the U.N.C.L.E. novels written by David McDaniel, it was expanded as Technological Hierarchy for the Removal of Undesirables and the Subjugation of Humanity.

THRUSH's aim was to conquer the world. Napoleon Solo said, "THRUSH believes in the two-party system: the masters and the slaves." So dangerous was the threat from THRUSH that governments, even those most ideologically opposed such as the United States and the USSR, cooperated in the formation and operation of U.N.C.L.E. Similarly, if Solo and Kuryakin held opposing political views, the writers allowed little to show in their interactions.

Though executive producer Norman Felton and Ian Fleming had developed the character of Napoleon Solo, it was producer Sam Rolfe who created the organization of U.N.C.L.E. Unlike the nationalistic organizations of the CIA and James Bond's MI6, U.N.C.L.E. was a worldwide organization that comprised agents from all corners of the globe. The character of Illya Kuryakin was created by Rolfe as a Russian U.N.C.L.E. agent.

The creators of the series decided that the involvement of an innocent character would be part of each episode, giving the audience someone with whom it could identify.[5] Through all the changes in series in the course of four seasons, this element remained a factor from a suburban housewife in the pilot, "The Vulcan Affair" (film version: "To Trap a Spy"), to the various people kidnapped in the final episode, "The Seven Wonders of the World Affair".