The Man from U.N.C.L.E./The Concrete Overcoat Affair (1)
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The Concrete Overcoat Affair (1) is the eleventh episode of the third season of The Man from U.N.C.L.E., and the seventieth episode overall.
Guest Star: Jack Palance (Louis Strago)
Special Guest Star: Janet Leigh (Miss Diketon)
Special Appearance By: Joan Blondell (Mrs. Fingers Stilletto)
And: Leticia Roman (Pia Monteri)
Co-Starring: Ludwig Donath (Dr. Von Krunen)
Featuring: Penny Santon (Grandmama), Frank Puglia (Padre), Vincent Beck (Luger), Slapsy Maxie Rosenbloom (Crunch Battaglia), Vince Barnett (Scissors), Elisha Cook (Arnold), James Almanzar (THRUSH Captain), Clarke Gordon (Officer), Jesslyn Fax (Mrs. Feinberg), James Bates (Boy), David Renard (Donkey Man), Sharyn Hillyer (Miss Gorgeous), Charles Victor (1st Passenger), Warren Parker (2nd Passenger)
Solo discovers that a Nazi scientist is in league with THRUSH, and he and Illya follow the man and his cohorts to Italy, where they discover that wine distributor Louis Strago is a THRUSH leader and wants to use the scientist's machine to melt Greenland. Illya poses as a guard to get into Strago's lavish estate, while Napoleon, who has been found out, winds up being trapped under the rubble of a pizzeria after it has been blown up. A beautiful peasant girl rescues him from the rubble and nurses him back to health, but a misunderstanding results in a shotgun marriage between him and the girl, which he escapes. Napoleon and Illya then travel back to the States and to Strago's offices in Chicago, where he's planning to ship the missiles to Sicily. The girl's uncles, a trio of old-time gangsters, also show up in Chicago in search of Solo. They capture him, and this time, the marriage will go on...or Napoleon will be swimming with the fishes!
Act I: "That Pizzeria Was A Blast"
Act II: "Do You Collect Pop Art?"
Act III: "Marriage--Sicilian Style"
Act IV: "All The World Loves A Lover"
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