|'Two's a Crowd'
by Philip Levene
Steed is placed in charge of security at an important defence conference, and when the department learns that the elusive master-spy Colonel Psev has arrived in the country, he calls in Mrs. Peel to assist him. Psev and his assistants have the run of the Russian embassy, and they force Ambassador Brodny to help them in their scheme to infiltrate the conference. All looks bleak for the England-loving Brodny until he has a chance meeting with an unemployed actor named Gordon Webster, who is a dead ringer for Steed. Unknown to Brodney, Webster is the real Steed, who is posing as a double in an attempt to flush out Psev. However, Steed’s performance is so good, it could lead to his death at the hands of Mrs. Peel…
Patrick Macnee (John Steed), Diana Rigg (Emma Peel), Warren Mitchell (Brodny), Julian Glover (Vogel), Maria Machado (Alicia Elena), Wolfe Morris (Pudeshkin), Alec Mango (Shvedloff), John Bluthal (Ivenko), Eric Lander (Major Carson)
Directed by Roy Baker
Produced by Julian Wintle
UK: 18th December, 1965
*Featuring John Steed and Mrs. Emma Peel
*The tag scene: Steed and Mrs. Peel ride off on horseback...