|'Quick-Quick Slow Death'
by Robert Banks Stewart
When the dead body of a man named Arthur Peever is found dressed in ill-fitting evening wear and stuffed into in a runaway pram, Steed and Mrs. Peel follow the clues provided by his tuxedo and tattoo. One of the last places Peever visited was a dance studio, ‘Terpsichorean Training Techniques’ - but now a totally different Arthur Peever is studying there. When Mrs. Peel goes undercover as ‘Peever’s’ tutor, she and Steed discover that the dance school is a front for a spy infiltration scheme, using a plan to replace lonely, anonymous bachelors with enemy agents…
Patrick Macnee (John Steed), Diana Rigg (Emma Peel), Eunice Grayson (Lucille Banks), Maurice Kaufmann (Ivor Bracewell), Carole Gray (Nicki), Larry Cross (Chester Reade), James Belchamber (Arthur Peever), John Woodnutt (Captain Noble), Alan Gerard (Fruity), David Kernan (Piedi), Colin Ellis (Bernard), Graham Armitage (Huggins), Charles Hodgson (Syder), Ronald Govey (Bank Manager), Michael Peake (Willi Fehr)
Directed by James Hill
Produced by Julian Wintle
UK: 5th February, 1966
*Featuring John Steed and Mrs. Emma Peel
*The tag scene: Steed and Mrs. Peel dance away into the mist...