Series 6 - Episode 25
Teleplay by Philip Levene
Directed by Don Sharp
Continuity & Trivia
- 4:25-4:30 - Get-A-Way! is the only episode with fully animated opening titles, the "Get-A-Way!" getting away, stage left.
- 10:00-10:10 - while Col. James and Steed are investigating the dead-end hallway, you can just see the shadow of the boom microphone on the tapestry at bottom right.
- 14:25-14:30 - one of the monks touches the tapestry at the very point where Lubin is supposed to be standing still, camouflaged.
- 18:03 - Why do Lubin's paint footprints go to a wall?
- 26:02 - Bryant is reading "Wild Ways of the Animal World" by Ross E. Hutchins.
- 27:04 - Burdett Mews
- 28:13 - Princess Mews
- 29:26 - This is the first use of Steed's yellow Rolls Royce (in production terms) it had appeared earlier in the broadcast run, however.
- 34:50-35:03 - There's a hair caught on the camera lends at top right in the CUs of Tara.
- 36:20 (37:37) - Why does Price decide not to enter Ezdorf's cell when he's just seen him taking his clothes off, after getting in the bath? He thinks about it, then decides to do nothing.
- 39:26-31 - MS Price : triangular object stuck to top left of camera
- Passim. - Why do Lubin and the other agents only destroy page 25, when page 26 is a big giveaway advertisement for Lizard Vodka that could have blown the whole scheme?
- Passim. - We must assume the liquid affects hair and skin the same way it affects cloth - in fact Ezdorf wets his hair - as none of the men wear hoods.
- Running time : 49'17"
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