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Quentin Falk

episodes old when Crichton first encountered the popular ITV series shortly after it had embarked on its fourth season towards the end of 1964, during, as it turned out, the shutdown of production on He Who Rides a Tiger . Two significant changes had also taken place with the format when Crichton was invited to direct ‘Death at Bargain Prices’, the fourth episode of the new batch. Video with multi-cameras was replaced by single-camera shooting on 35 mm film, and Diana Rigg, as Emma Peel, had taken the place of Honor Blackman’s Cathy Gale as John Steed’s (Patrick Macnee

in Charles Crichton