The global exploits of suave NATO security agent John Drake made a star out of Patrick McGoohan, who revived his role as Drake in another British production that was brought to the U.S. in 1965---`Secret Agent.'
Drake poses as a disc jockey to turn the tables on a murderer. Drake: Patrick McGoohan. Janson: Edwin Richfield. Corrigan: Wilfrid Lawson. Linda: Lisa Daniely. Susan: Patsy Ann Noble. Mullins: Andrew Faulds. Summers: Ron Rollason.
A political party, with no hope of winning an election, plans to create a martyr by assassinating its own candidate. Drake: Patrick McGoohan. Winlow: Geoffrey Keen. Pipar Lin: Lelia Goldoni. Shargis: Paul Curran.
Drake joins a mercenary army to investigate a plot against a new African nation. Caroline: Patricia Donahue. Drake: Patrick McGoohan. Prime Minister: John Slater. Bates: Percy Herbert. Winter: Frederick Peisley. Deschamps: John Gabriel.
Drake is sent to investigate a suspected link between the Red Chinese and an African government, which is receiving large amounts of British aid. Drake: Patrick McGoohan. Beyla: Johnny Sekka. Miss Sefadu: Dolores Montez. Major Barrington: Nigel Stock. Enugu: Errol John. Prime Minister: Earl Cameron.
Drake journeys to Lisbon to track the source of a suspected security leak. Drake: Patrick McGoohan. Emma: Gabriella Licudi. Pilkington: Robert Urquhart. Granville: Frederick Bartman. Torres: Gary Hope. Rosaline: Jucy Huxtable.
In Lebanon, Drake poses as a penniless artist to lure a political assassin into a police net. Drake: Patrick McGoohan. Rachid: Derren Nesbitt. Marie: Jeanne Roland. Alexandros: Ronald Radd. James: John Standing. Miller: David Collings. Daphne: Mary Webster.