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The Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E.: The Fifteen Years Later Affair

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The Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E.: The Fifteen Years Later Affair (1983)

The Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E.: The Fifteen Years Later Affair is a 1983 TV movie based on the 1964 TV series The Man from U.N.C.L.E., starring Robert Vaughn and David McCallum. Leo G. Carroll, who had played Number 1 of Section 1 Alexander Waverly, had passed away years earlier in 1972, and Patrick Macnee, playing a new character, came in to replace him. Anthony Zerbe, Geoffrey Lewis, Tom Mason, and Gayle Hunnicutt, round out the cast.

The following weapons were used in the film The Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E.: The Fifteen Years Later Affair:

UNCLE Special

Heckler & Koch P7M8

The new standard issue UNCLE sidearm is the Heckler & Koch P7M8, which, like its predecessor, can be converted into a carbine with shoulder stock, suppressor, extended mag, barrel extension, and scope. When Napoleon Solo (Robert Vaughn) asks the UNCLE armorer Z-65 (Judith Chapman) what happened to their old special UNCLE guns, she coldly replies that "They're in the special UNCLE wing of the Smithsonian."

Heckler & Koch P7M8 - 9x19mm
UNCLE agent Benjamin Kowalski (Tom Mason) fires his P7.
Illya Kuryakin (David McCallum) draws his suppressed P7.
Napoleon Solo brandishes his P7.
Fan-made copies of the P7-based UNCLE Special.
A promotional photo of Solo and Kuryakin with Solo brandishing the UNCLE Special.
Solo with his UNCLE Special. Note how the scope is offset to the side.
Solo with his UNCLE Special.
Solo fires his UNCLE Special.


Walther PP

KGB agents (uncredited) are armed with Walther PPs.

Post war Walther PP Pistol - .32 ACP.
A KGB agent fires at Solo as he flees the casino.
UNCLE1983 PP 02.jpg
UNCLE1983 PP 03.jpg

Walther PPK

"JB" (George Lazenby) draws a Walther PPK to set aside. "JB" is just another British secret agent in a white tux driving a silver Aston Martin DB5 with the initals "JB" who looks like George Lazenby, but is legally not James Bond. This is an homage to Ian Fleming, who had a hand in developing the original series. Andrea Markovitch (Gayle Hunnicutt) even makes reference to On Her Majesty's Secret Service.

Early Waffenamt marked Walther PPK. Note the differences: orange bakelite grips, lanyard ring, smaller rear sight, grooved top, and irregular front - 7.65x17mm Auto (.32 ACP)
"JB" lays down his PPK. Along with Sean Connery returning as James Bond in Never Say Never Again and Roger Moore playing Bond in Octopussy, 1983 was the year of three Bonds.

Heckler & Koch P9S

THRUSH agents are armed with Heckler & Koch P9Ss.

Heckler & Koch P9S, post 1973 model with hooked trigger guard - 9x19mm
Alexi Kemp (John Harkins) with his P9S.
Kemp with his P9S. The hooked trigger guard is clearly seen here.
Piers Castillian (Keenan Wynn) with his holstered P9S.
Justin Sepheran (Anthony Zerbe) with a P9S.


A few THRUSH agents are seen with M1911A1s.

Colt Government Model M1911A1 - .45 ACP
A THRUSH henchman with a holstered M1911A1.
Alexi Kemp (John Harkins) with an M1911A1.

COP 357 Derringer

UNCLE armorer Z-65 (Judith Chapman) shows off a COP 357 Derringer, which she says fires .357 caliber grenade rounds. Despite being a four-shot derringer, UNCLE agents are only given three rounds. Solo uses one during the final assault.

COP 357 Derringer .357 Magnum
Z-65 (Judith Chapman) shows off the COP 357.
Z-65 holds up one of the .357 caliber grenades.
Solo fires off one of his grenade rounds. (Kowalski is presumably anticipating the shot, and not pooping his pants.)
Solo about to fire off his last grenade round.

Luger P08

A gold-plated Luger P08 is seen in the UNCLE armory.

Marushin Gold Luger P08
A gold-plated Luger (circled in yellow) on Z-65's table.

Submachine Guns

Intratec TEC-9

Kowalski (Tom Mason) is armed with an Intratec TEC-9 during the final assault. Another one is seen during Z-65's briefing.

Intratec TEC-9 - 9x19mm
Kowalski with his TEC-9.
A TEC-9 (circled in red) on Z-65's table.


An Uzi is seen in the background of the UNCLE armory.

IMI Uzi with buttstock collapsed - 9x19mm
An Uzi in the UNCLE armory.


Valmet M71

THRUSH agents are armed with Valmet M71s.

A Valmet M71S chambered in 5.56x45mm with Wooden Forearm (.223)
A nice shot of the receiver of a Valmet M71.
A THRUSH henchman (uncredited) with his Valmet.
Janus (Geoffrey Lewis) with a Valmet.
Janus with a Valmet.
Janus fires his Valmet.

Ruger Mini-14 GB-F

UNCLE agents are armed with Ruger Mini-14 GB-Fs.

Stainless Steel Ruger Mini-14 GB-F ("Government Barrel, Folding Stock") - 5.56x45mm
A promo photo with Illya Kuryakin holding a Mini-14 GB-F. Note the pistol grip, folding stock, bayonet lug, and lack of fire selector. In the actual film, Kuryakin never uses a Mini-14.
In a continuity error, a shot of a Mini-14 firing stands in for a Valmet M71 firing.
UNCLE troops with their Mini-14s.
UNCLE troops with their Mini-14s.


A Kalashnikov-type rifles are seen in the UNCLE armory, but it's not close enough to see any details.

Kalashnikovs in the UNCLE armory.


Palmer Cap-Chur Short Range Projector

Janus (Geoffrey Lewis) uses a Palmer Cap-Chur Short Range Projector on Solo.

Palmer Cap-Chur Model 60 Short Range Projecto
Janus loads the air gun.
Janus fires.


Illya Kuryakin fires a speargun at the end of the film.

Janus loads the air gun.

Car rockets

"JB"'s Aston Martin packs a pair of rockets.

Nothing says "secret agent" like a personalized license plate.

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