Danger Man (1964 TV Series)

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Danger Man (1962-1966) movie poster.

TV Series (1962-1967)
US title: Secret Agent
French title : Destination Danger

Patrick McGoohan (John Drake)
Peter Madden (Hobbs)
Earl Cameron (Chand)
Zia Mohyeddin (Dr. Sawari)
John Cazabon (Aurel)
John Welsh (British First Secretary Forbes)

Three years after the original "Danger Man" series concluded, it was revamped and continued in a longer format. John Drake is now a Special Security Agent for MI9, getting his exotic assignments exclusively from Her Majesty's Secret Service. This version of the series introduced far more Bond-like gadgets, from exploding tie-pins to tape-recording shavers, and emphasized fast action.

Also from this series:

Danger Man (1960)

Season One

Boeing 707-121

Ep. 1.19 Name, Date and Place.

Season Four

Ep. 4.01 Koroshi

Boeing 707-320

Boeing 707-320 of Pan Am-Pan American World Airways.
At Haneda Airport (look the discussion tab for situation picture).

DM68 Koroshi-00245.jpg

Boeing 707-330B

Boeing 707-330B of Lufthansa.

DM68 Koroshi-00246.jpg

Douglas DC-8

Douglas DC-8 of JAL-Japan Air Lines.

DM68 Koroshi-00247.jpg

Cessna 210

Reg G-A??? ...

Cessna 210.
DM68 Koroshi-Cessna.jpg

Made for Movie Aircraft

The high wing Cessna is now an unidentified low wing aircraft. Probably a set made for movie which started to dismantle at the very beginning of the crash.

DM68 Koroshi-04427.jpg
DM68 Koroshi-04428.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

DM68 Koroshi-04600.jpg

Ep. 4.02 Shinda Shima

No aircraft.

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