|'The See-Through Man'
by Philip Levene
Steed makes a bomb - Emma is put to sleep
When an apparently invisible raider attempts to steal top-secret ministry files, Steed and Mrs. Peel are called in to investigate. After they discover that the files refer to an invisibility formula created by an eccentric inventor named Professor Quilby, Mrs. Peel sees a ‘headless’ man. Steed visits the home of Quilby, and soon discovers that the Russians have purchased a copy of the formula for £250,000. Meanwhile, Brodny, a Russian official, is visited by a group of agents and their invisible man, unaware that it is all part of a plot to bankrupt the British government by duping people into believing that the formula for invisibility actually works…
Patrick Macnee (John Steed), Diana Rigg (Emma Peel), Moira Lister (Elena), Warren Mitchell (Brodny), Roy Kinnear (Quilby), Jonathan Elsom (Ackroyd), John Nettleton (Sir Andrew Ford), Harvey Hall (Ulric), David Glover (Wilton)
Directed by Robert Asher
Produced by Albert Fennell and Brian Clemens
UK: 4th February, 1967
*Featuring John Steed and Mrs. Emma Peel
*”Mrs Peel, we’re needed”: While Steed looks on, Mrs. Peel slips a culture slide into a microscope to discover a mass of spots form the words ‘Mrs. Peel - We're Needed!’
*The tag scene: Mrs. Peel ends up helping Steed push his antique Rolls down the road...