by Brian Clemens
While in an antique shop, Tara is grabbed an attacker and knocked-out with chloroform. Waking up with a splitting headache, she finds herself apparently in the year 1915, in a house full of people who all address her as ‘Pandora’. Confused and bewildered, Tara eventually manages to uncover the truth: it is all part of a plot by two brothers, Rupert and Henry, whose wealthy, dying uncle Gregory has hidden a large fortune somewhere in the house as a dowry for Pandora, his wife-to-be; unfortunately, Pandora died years ago, and so Tara must take her place in order for his two nephews to discover the location of the fortune…
Patrick Macnee (John Steed), Linda Thorson (Tara King), Patrick Newell (Mother), Julian Glover (Rupert), James Cossins (Henry), Kathleen Byron (Miss Faversham), John Laurie (Juniper), Anthony Roye (Pettigrew), Geoffrey Whitehead (Carter), Peter Madden (Lasindall), Reginald Barratt (Xavier Smith), Raymond Burke (Young Gregory)
Directed by Robert Fuest
Produced by Albert Fennell and Brian Clemens
UK: 30th April, 1969
*Featuring John Steed, Tara King and Mother
*The tag scene: When Tara arrives at Steed's flat to see if he has received her gift of an antique clock, he politely ask that she exchange it, as its chime is ear-splitting!