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John Drake is a special operative for M19, specialising in security assignments against any subversive element which threatened world peace.
The lid show made Saturday evening a treat. Not only for the great opening sound track by JOHNNY Rivers, but the creative exploits of the main character John Drake. At the time it followed the spy craze created by the 2 James Bond movies made just prior to the show's debut, Dr. No and From Russia With Love. What made this show different as well was several years after it went off the air on CBS, a spin off series was crest called "The Prisoner". The show gained rave reviews during a ST run. It picked on what happens to John Drake after he quits the British Secret Service.. Somewhat dated but still both shows are exciting TV fare.
I recently watched all 47 episodes in a row over a weeks time and I love this show. That said, there are some silly moments and no agent in his right mind would find himself in a situation where virtually every job requires him to depend upon someone walking in at the precise moment to upset the bad guys' plans or have someone make a mistake and let him (Drake) get out of the situation at the very last moment. Note how many fights he is in with 2 guys where one gets shoved and is dazed enough to wait while Drake finishes off the other or how many times a bad guy is merely jostled and fires his weapon in the air allowing Drake to escape or beat up the villain. I wonder how many concussions Drake suffered and how many shots were fired at him at close range by professional killers which happened to conveniently miss? Well, all TV shows and movies are like that, but better writing would be in order here. Love the music, love the plane jetting in, love the scenes all throughout Europe and several other continents, love the old character actors who are mostly dead now, but who gave us all huge amounts of enjoyment in the 60s. Personal favorite episode: "That's Two Of Us Sorry". Great twist at the end.
I agree 100% with the previous comments. A nice departure for this series was that the hero wasn't forever slobbering over women - in fact Drake remained impervious to their charms - a sort of 1960s Sherlock Holmes - without an Irene Adler!. Only 2 episodes were made in colour, and these were to form part of the 1967 series, but after the two episodes were filmed PMcG wanted to drop the series and make 'The Prisoner' which is another story. It is probably because they are in black and white that domestic UK TV has not rebroadcast these stories, but the UK satellite channel Granada Plus has the rights to the ITC catalogue, which made Danger Man, but they seem reluctant to repeat B/W adventure series, though they do repeat B/W comedy shows like the earlier series of 'On The Buses' and 'Nearest and Dearest' etc. Perhaps if enough people contacted them they might think again?.
At least one videotape is available commercially of Danger Man, I have seen it recently in a store in London, as there are 4 episodes on one tape I assume that these are from the 1960 series, when the stories ran for 30 minutes. In the early days of Channel 4 (1982) they rebroadcast all 39 episodes of the original series twice a week.
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