A pair of agents go undercover as a tennis pro and his trainer. Kelly Robinson is the man with a racket, Alexander Scott is, among other things, a polyglot. The creation of the Cinemobile for location shooting enabled far-flung episodes in Hong Kong, Europe, Mexico, etc. The writing is of a standard that would be very difficult to match in any circumstances, or as Scott & Robinson might say, the wonderfulness of its marvelousness is only equal to the marvelousness of its wonderfulness.
Last Episode03x26 Pinwheel Aired: Apr. 15, 1968
What is this ring of spies set up in Africa? Melanie knows, or thinks she knows, or anyway means to find out, why not?
I Spy: Season 3, Episode #1 - Let's Kill Karlovassi
The partners object when a ruthless agent (Ruth Roman) wants them to kill a likable suspected spy. Guest…
I Spy: Season 3, Episode #7 - Now You See Her, Now You Don't
Scott and Robinson search the Greek islands for a vacationing Los Alamos mathematician (Barbara Mullen).
Series Fun Facts
- Before the series, Culp had written a pilot script in which he would play a James Bond-type American spy. He showed the script to Carl Reiner who then recommended him to Sheldon Leonard. The…
[show]Before the series, Culp had written a pilot script in which he would play a James Bond-type American spy. He showed the script to Carl Reiner who then recommended him to Sheldon Leonard. The script was eventually produced as the episode "The Tiger".
- The series was constantly over budget due to the foreign location shooting.
- Culp wrote seven episodes. According to Culp, those seven episodes were the only ones that were filmed exactly as written.