The world's two coolest secret agents go globe-trotting as Kelly Robinson, a tennis player/playboy (Culp), and Alexander Scott, his trainer (Cosby). While going up against some of the biggest baddies on earth, the two manage to keep their cool and always cop a clever quip. Three episodes are contained on this release, including "So Long, Patrick Henry," co-starring Ivan Dixon and Cicely Tyson, "The Loser," co-starring Eartha Kitt, and "The Tiger," co-starring Lew Ayres and France Nuyen.
Description by Image Entertainment:
In the early months of 1965, actor and screenwriter Robert Culp undertook a task that would change his life forever. Secretly working without the knowledge of the show's producers, he wrote several scripts for "I Spy." Ultimately these scripts would become some of the series' most popular and acclaimed shows. Now, for the first time, Robert Culp candidly reveals the intriguing story behind the scenes of "I Spy" in unique and exciting commentaries about this groundbreaking television series. Episodes: "So Long, Patrick Henry" - Heavily guarded, Browne and his fiancee, Princess Amara, arrive in Hong Kong, where Browne's endorsement of the proposed Afro-Asian Olympics will result in a propaganda coup for the Reds. Co-Starring Ivan Dixon and Cicely Tyson. "The Loser" - Ring-leader General Chu orders nightclub owner Ramon to hold straight-jacketed Scotty in Angel's dressing room until Kelly Robinson surrenders a huge cache of heroin which the agents intercepted the day before. Co-Starring Eartha Kitt. "The Tiger" - Dr. Owen McLean, known by the natives as the Tiger Who Walks Upright, has refused to ally himself with any political movement in the country where he has spent his professional life. Co-Starring Lew Ayres and France Nuyen.
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