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The Avengers is a 1960s British television series conceived in the Spy-Fi genre and set in cold war Britain. The Avengers centered on two characters, John Steed and his varying partners, usually women, working as government agents for the 'Ministry'. As the series progressed, the one-hour storylines combined elements of science fiction and fantasy with British eccentricity. The Avengers was produced from 1961 to 1969, longer than any other continuously running espionage series until 24. By 1969 The Avengers was syndicated in more than 90 countries. Seven years later ITV resurrected the series as The New Avengers, with Patrick Macnee reprising his role as John Steed and Joanna Lumley and Gareth Hunt co-starring as his partners.
The 1960s programs were produced by ABC Weekend Television, a contractor within the ITV network. The 1961 series was sparsely dubbed with library music, but opened with a jazz-influenced theme by John Dankworth. After a merger in July 1968 ABC Weekend Television became Thames Television who continued production of the series, although it was still broadcast under the ABC name. Incidental music was composed by Laurie Johnson, helped in the final season by Howard Blake. The Avengers Theme, with which the show opened in later seasons, was composed by Laurie Johnson.
The TV series preceded the first James Bond film, Dr. No, by one year. Three of the series' stars—Macnee, Honor Blackman and Diana Rigg—later co-starred in Bond films. Joanna Lumley appeared in the James Bond film On Her Majesty's Secret Service several years before her role in The New Avengers