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Product NameThe Avengers And Me
LanguageEnglish
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Short DescriptionPaperback
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Length10.77 inches    (convert)
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AuthorPatrick Macnee
Page Count144
BindingPaperback
Published05/01/1998
Long DescriptionPatrick Macnee tells all! The secrets of the hit TV series The Avengers are laid bare by the man who was John Steed. Lavishly illustrated, with many unpublished stills, behind-the-scenes photos, and snaps from Macnee's private collection, this is a very personal portrait of the world's best-loved cult action-adventure series, and its classic sequel, The New Avengers . In unflinching detail, Macnee reveals the true story behind the show, including his relationships with all four Avengers girls — Honor Blackman, Diana Rigg, Linda Thorson and Joanna Lumley — on and off the set!
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