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A Man Called Sloane (Series)
 
Released: 1979
Number of DVDs: 2
DVD Region: Free
Price: £9.99 + Postage
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Thomas Remington Sloane III was the top agent for UNIT, an American counterintelligence team committed to destroying the international criminal organization KARTEL. Suave, romantic and brilliant, Sloane traveled all over the world to thwart the plans of KARTEL. With him was his trusted aide Torque, a six-foot, five-inch agent with a stainless steel hand that could be adapted to use a myriad of detachable gadgets. Running UNIT headquarters, located behind a toy boutique, was The Director. His only accountability was to the President. At headquarters was a special lab that provided Sloane and Torque with all sorts of devices to help them in emergencies. Lab assistant Kelly, who usually demonstrated the latest devices, occasionally got involved with them on missions.

CAST
Starring: Robert Conrad, Ji-Tu Cumbuka, Dan O'Herlihy and Karen Purcill.
Notable guest stars include: Roddy McDowall, Robert Culp, Morgan Fairchild and Eric Braeden.

SERIES EPISODE LIST:

  1. Night of the Wizard
  2. The Seduction Squad
  3. Tuned For Destruction
  4. Masquerade of Terror
  5. Demon's Triangle
  6. The Venus Microbe
  7. Samurai
  8. Collision Course
  9. Sweethearts of Disaster
  10. Lady Bug Architect of Evil
  11. The Shangri-la Syndrome
  12. T.R. Sloane

The 'A Man Called Sloane' series was filmed in 1.33:1 ratio Color with Mono English audio track.

This series was never sold on video or DVD and is extremely hard to come by. The overall quality is good (8 out of 10), but not commercial quality.

The DVDs are region free and work internationally. The DVDs will be supplied in loose format with protective paper/plastic sleeves.

 

 
 
 
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