The Avengers '68, Set 3
The Avengers '68: Set 5
The Avengers '68 Set 1
The Avengers Series 6 [Blu-ray]
The Avengers Series 6
John Steed (Patrick Macnee) and his new secret agent partner Tara King (Linda Thorson) embark on a string of crime solving adventures in the final series of the original cult TV series The Avengers. This boxset includes the complete and Uncut series 6, on Blu-ray for the forst time with a wealth of special features.Extras Exclusive audio commentaries with: director Roy Ward Baker and scriptwriter/producer Brian Clemens on Split!, scriptwriter Jeremy Burnham and guest star Veronica Strong on Love All, guest star Jennifer Croxton on Killer, director John Hough on The Morning After, director Robert Fuest on Game, Linda Thorson stunt double Cyd Child on Noon Doomsday Filmed introductions by Linda Thorson Introducing Linda Thorson promotional trailer Girl About Town promotional trailer Filmed introduction by director Cyril Frankel Artists test footage to find the replacement for Diana Rigg Episode reconstructions for series 1 scripts The Springers, The Yellow Needle, The Far-Distant Dead and The Deadly Air UK animated bumper Granada + points for The Forget-Me-Knot Textless extended closing credits German opening and closing credits Stills galleries
- ASIN: B013JZW7WQ
Avengers '66 - Set 1, Vol. 1 & 2
The Avengers '68 Set 4
The Avengers - The Complete Emma Peel Megaset
The Best of The Original Avengers
The Best of The Original
Who better to select 6 of most sensational "Avengers" episodes than suave superagent John Steed--a.k.a. actor Patrick Macnee--himself. Hard-core fans and newcomers alike adore the crackling dialogue and brazen derring-do of Steed and his delectable partners. Macnee introduces each episode with candid comments about the three lovelies--Honor Blackman, Diana Rigg, and Linda Thorsen--who donned the legendary leather catsuit during the show's five-year run. Digitally remastered, 5 hours 30 min. on 3 cassettes or 2 DVDs.
- ASIN: B000051TVP
- UPC: 733961701036
The Avengers- Girls from Pandora
The Avengers- Girls from
While visiting an antique shop, Tara is waylaid and chloroformed. Upon awakening, she finds that she has gone back in time to 1915 and that her name is Pandora. It is all part of a scheme hatched by a pair of avaricious nephews to discover the hidden location of their rich uncle s vast fortune.
- ASIN: B00I4ENZHY
- UPC: 852668418211
Avengers '66: Vol. 4
Avengers '66: Vol.
"The House That Jack Built" is one of Diana Rigg's finest hours, and a rare chance to see the usually nonplussed Mrs. Peel totally plussed. She is in for "the fright of [her] life" when she is held prisoner in a house rigged by a vengeful techno-obsessed madman bent on driving her insane. Rooms that move and labyrinthian mazes are mere prologue to "the exhibition dedicated to the late Emma Peel." This DVD also contains the three black-and-white episodes that wrapped up the fourth season of The Avengers in high style. "A Sense of History" is not grade A, but John Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Mrs. Peel's investigation of deadly goings-on at a university does earn extra credit for Mrs. Peel's Robin Hood costume and her pointed exchange with Steed, who is dressed as the Sheriff of Nottingham. His sword, she observes, "looks a bit droopy." "Wait until it's challenged," he replies. In the macabre "How to Succeed... At Murder," 11--make that 12--prominent businessmen have been dispatched by a band of secretarial assassins. Who is pulling the strings? Her name is Henrietta, a real "doll." Her battle cry: "To bring men to heel and put woman at the pinnacle of power. Ruination to all men!" The DVD concludes with the bonus episode "Honey for the Prince," which one Avengers-appreciation We...
- ASIN: 0767018710
- UPC: 733961700398
Avengers '65 - Set 1, Vols. 1 & 2
Avengers '65 - Set 1, Vols. 1 &
A toast to A&E for releasing this two-volume set of vintage episodes from the fourth season of The Avengers. The Avengers debuted in Great Britain in 1961 (predating the James Bond films), but it was not until the late 1960s that it found a welcome home in the United States. Unlike other baby-boomer-era series, The Avengers was not widely syndicated or officially released on home video. This may be one reason why these rarely seen episodes seem as cool as when they first aired. Another reason, of course, is Diana Rigg in her signature role as the ravishing Emma Peel, partner to Patrick Macnee's urbane, umbrella-toting spy John Steed who is every bit his equal in dispatching villains or engaging in provocative banter. What makes this collection of particular interest is that these episodes introduced Mrs. Peel. Steed and Mrs. Peel were the Mulder and Scully of their time; they investigated extraordinary goings-on in the most ordinary locales, such as a seaside town populated by sinister imposters, in "The Town of No Return" or a department store that has been rigged with a nuclear bomb, in "Death at Bargain Prices." Also included is "The Cybernauts," which was the first Avengers episode to be broadcast in America. It is representative of the series' best, with its automated assa...
- ASIN: B00000JMQJ
- UPC: 733961700282
Avengers '67: Set 3, Vol. 6
Avengers '67: Set 3, Vol.
The Avengers '67 John Steed's impeccable charm and Mrs. Emma Peel's imperturbable calm were the essence of "cool" to fans of THE AVENGERS in the 1960s and beyond. In certain episodes, however, the greatest fun can be found in watching a villain chip away at their impervious personae. Traps, tricks and mind-control were all in a day's work for THE AVENGERS. Contains 3 episodes: "WHO'S WHO???" Steed goes out of his mind - and Emma is beside herself. When an enemy trades the minds of Steed and Mrs. Peel with those of its own top agents, it takes THE AVENGERS to give the villain a permanent identity crisis. "RETURN OF THE CYBERNAUTS" Steed pulls some strings - and Emma becomes a puppet. The deadly Cybernauts - self aware robot assassins - are back. More formidable than ever, they're still no match for mere flesh and blood Avengers. Look for Dr. Beresford (Peter Cushing) playing Casanova to the "delectable" Mrs. Peel. "DEATH'S DOOR" Steed believes a nightmare - and Emma sees daylight. Nightmares come true when an enemy agent uses dream-influencing drugs to disrupt a diplomatic conference. Emma and Steed soon bid their plans good-night.
- ASIN: B00000ICUE
- UPC: 733961700237
The Avengers - Complete Series 3 [DVD]
The Avengers - Complete Series 3
John Steed (Patrick Macnee) is a highly-trained top-level secret agent and Cathy Gale (Honor Blackman) a cool resourceful anthropologist and adventurer. Together they continue their crime solving escapades in the original British cult TV series. Includes the complete series 3 digitally restored for the first time with a wealth of special features.
- ASIN: B002KAIW26
The Avengers "Game" - Patrick Macnee, Linda Thorson
The Avengers '64, Set 2
The Avengers '64, Set
John Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Mrs. Cathy Gale (Honor Blackman), the original duo of the British television cult classic THE AVENGERS, are on video for American audiences for the first time in this 2-DVD set. Includes six episodes from the third Avengers season: "Build a Better Mousetrap," "The Outside-In Man," "The Charmers," "Concerto," "Esprit de Corps," and "Lobster Quadrille".
- ASIN: 0767025105
- UPC: 733961700732
The Avengers '67, Vol. 8
The Avengers '67, Vol.
This special, four-episode volume unhappily brings the Mrs. Peel chapter of The Avengers to a close. "The Positive-Negative Man" is a shocking tale about an electronically charged killer dispatching members of a scientific research team with one touch of his finger. Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Mrs. Emma Peel (Diana Rigg) get a dose of high voltage, and the story is deliciously tense at times (who doesn't remember being a kid and squealing when somebody threatened to poke you with a finger?), but the wacky plot keeps matters from getting too serious. Good surreal fun and delightfully sexy. "Murdersville" is a dark tale about a quiet English town in which nearly all the residents participate in killing for a fee. Mrs. Peel discovers this the hard way when an old friend inadvertently leads her into danger there--some of it quite medieval, as in a tense scene where Emma nearly drowns in a witch's ducking pool. Highlights include a phone ruse in which our beautiful heroine foils her captors by calling her "husband John" to reassure him, and a climactic fight that manages to make pie-throwing a deadly art. "Mission Highly Improbable" follows, a wild story about a miniaturization device being used by villains to shrink their enemies to pocket-size--at which point they can be tossed in...
- ASIN: B00000ICUG
- UPC: 733961700251
The Avengers Introducing Tara King
Original trailer for the Tara King (Linda Thorson) episodes of the Avengers, narrated by Patrick Macnee.
Linda Thorson on The Avengers, Emerdale and Pigs!
A Very funny interview with Linda Thorson AKA Rosemary King in 'Emerdale' and Tara from the cult classic series 'The Avengers'
This is a very nice video editing about the great actress Linda Thorson ( Tara King in "The Avengers" ) . You can see lot of movies's clips where she played. You can heard the Linda Thorson's music "Bad Time to Stop to Loving Me". You can buy it on these two link : https://itunes.apple.com/album/...