|'The Girl from Auntie'
by Roger Marshall
Steed returns from holiday, only to find that a pretty young woman named Georgie Price-Jones is impersonating Mrs. Peel. Georgie only took the job based on an advert, and so the two team up to investigate Mrs. Peel’s kidnapping. But everyone Georgie ever met is steadily murdered with knitting needles, and she and Steed soon encounter a mysterious agency run by an art dealer, which ‘obtains the unobtainable’ for a price - and discover that the Mrs. Peel is about to be auctioned off to the highest bidder...
Patrick Macnee (John Steed), Diana Rigg (Emma Peel), Liz Fraser (Georgie Price-Jones), Alfred Burke (Gregorie Auntie), Bernard Cribbins (Arkwright), David Bauer (Ivanoff), Mary Merral (Old Lady), Sylvia Coleridge (Aunt Hetty), Yolande Turner (Receptionist), Ray Martine (Taxi Driver), Maurice Browning (Russian), John Rutland (Fred Jacques)
Directed by Roy Baker
Produced by Julian Wintle
UK: 21st January, 1966
*Featuring John Steed and Mrs. Emma Peel
*The tag scene: As Steed and Mrs. Peel drive a bizarre three-wheeled bubble car they overtake Georgie, who is driving Steed's Bentley...