Used to gain access U.N.C.L.E. HQ, they were activated on an individual basis by a chemical on the receptionists fingers.
Used by a group of insurgents intending to take over a small South American country these rifles came equipped with actual military infra-red night scopes.
Worn by Illya Kuryakin throughout all four seasons. It's identified by "David" written on the back side of the holster.
Communicator Ring Tone.
Felton and Sam Rolfe gave thought to an U.N.C.L.E. gun. "I wanted one gun capable of shooting single shots or rapid-fire automatic shots," Rolfe observed in a TV Guide interview, "with sound or silently. I also wanted sleep inducing darts, explosive bullets and just bullets, and a gun that could convert to a long-range rifle". In addition, the gun would have to be concealed from time to time, either on an agents person or broken down and hidden in an attache case. Of course, an actual gun with all these capabilities simply did not exist and it would be up to Bob Murdock, Arnold Goode and Marcel Vertoutier, the prop and special effects team along with toy designer Reuben Klamer to create the fantastic but believable U.N.C.L.E. Special.
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These small targets were used exclusively on the target range inside U.N.C.L.E. headquarters.
The iconic rotating table was used throughout the series and was covered in "black leather" for the fourth season.
Solo, Illya, April, Mark and various other agents used this ultra modern gull winged vehicle during the 67'-68' seasons. The car was equipped with front and rear lasers (in the headliner), grill mounted flame throwers (behind the grill), retractable bullet shield (which hid the weapons compartment), radar and sonar for tracking, a breaking parachute (behind the license plate), on board surveillance cameras, guided missiles (launched from tubes in the gull wing doors and engine compartment), retractable rear propellers (the car was amphibious), and smoke screen ejectors. The U.N.C.L.E. Car was custom built for the series by Gene Winfield by modifying the Dan Deavers designed AMT Custom and Speed limited edition Piranha kit car. The only stock component of the car was it's Corvair engine, the rest was custom, from it's fiberglass frame to it's cast aluminum suspension.
The U.N.C.L.E. Communicator was another gadget that everyone wanted in real life. The precursor to the cell phone, it came in many disguises, from cigarette cases, ring, fountain pens, cameras and cigarette lighters. With the use of Telestar they could reach across the world, be used as a sensor or tracking device and were so unique to the 60's spy era that not even James Bond had anything similar.
This helmet was featured in the "Cherry Blossom Affair"
This diabolical Thrush device was created in order to "half kill" a man by disrupting the function of his brain.
This is one of the standard jumpsuits worn throughout the entire series.
Seen in the "Gurnius Affair" this faux leather covered slab with leather straps was used by Illya to torture Solo in order to save his life.
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Worn constantly by Mark Slate through out "The Girl from U.N.C.L.E. it was featured on "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." during Slate's only appearance.
Used by Solo to destroy the Ultimate Computer with in the "Ultimate Computer Affair".
This sinister weapon was featured throughout the original series. The M1 carbine, created by propmaster Arnold Goode, came equipped with an infra red projector and night sight and emitted a eerie bird like chirp when activated.
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Seen here in the "Alexander The Greater Affair' it was also featured in much of the promotional material.
Used in the "Prince of Darkness Affair" to cut through the villain's massive concrete roof.
Seen throughout the first three seasons, this iconic abstract painting and lamp were feature prominently in Waverly's office.
Used by Solo during the teaser of the "Do It Yourself Dreadful Affair", it would also reappear during in the "Prince of Darkness Affair".
The show's craftspeople also created many more one-off props, costumes, set decorations and support material throughout the series. Below is an archive of the memorabilia that now resides in private collections.
Established in the "Discoteque Affair" as being able to fire bullets along with knock out gas it was used by Boris Karloff as Mother Muffin in "The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.".
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