A Touch Of Brimstone Movie In Hindi Dubbed Download
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- A modern day Hellfire Club, led by libertine John Cleverly Cartney, plans to incite chaos by killing three foreign Prime Ministers.
- Prankster Lord Darcy informs Steed about his concerns for John Cleverly Carney, a suave womanizer who has hi-jacked his innocent pranks and turned them into the means of murder. The avengers discover that Carney has revived the eighteenth century Hellfire Club, a libertine organization advocating orgies and mayhem and infiltrate the club as members. Here they discover Carney's plan to blow up Culverston House whilst an international conference is taking place and set out to stop him.
- "A Touch of Brimstone" may perhaps be the most (in)famous episode of them all, pruned before airing in Britain, and banned outright in America, one of five black and white Emma Peel shows that failed to air during the 60's. An episode devoted to sin and debauchery, whose chief villain, John Cleverly Cartney (Peter Wyngarde, later seen in "Epic"), has formed a new Hellfire Club, the 18th century elite organization whose slogan was "do what thou wilt," fronting an attempt to stage a coup by embarrassing the government with childish pranks that eventually turn deadly. Emma Peel's initial reaction to Cartney is a favorable one (driving Steed's jealousy), but after being introduced to the Club, all signs of amusement vanish, and her introduction as the 'Queen of Sin' has even Steed raising an eyebrow. Steed's initiation into the Club provides one of his most memorable moments, as he is required to remove a dried pea from its place before the razor-sharp blade of Roger Winthrop (Michael Latimer, later seen in "The Positive Negative Man") slices it in half with unerring accuracy. If you want to be forgiven for your sins, the first thing you've got to do is sin! (how true). Future MONTY PYTHON beauty Carol Cleveland provides some competition for Mrs. Peel (who supplants her in Cartney's company), while Steve Plytas makes his first appearance since "Immortal Clay" (the best thing about that entry). While Cartney puts his whip to good use on Mrs. Peel (nearly a dozen cracks!), Steed is swordfighting with Willy Frent (Jeremy Young, later seen in "Never, Never Say Die" and "The Forget-Me-Knot"), whose missing fingers were from his (unsuccessful) attempt to remove the dried pea before the axe fell. Colin Jeavons would return for "The Winged Avenger," Robert Cawdron would return for "Murdersville," and Bill Wallis would return for "The Positive Negative Man."
- Somebody is playing pranks that are damaging the country; they are harmless but aimed to humiliate foreign dignitaries. Steed and Mrs Peel's investigations lead them to The Honourable John Cleverly Cartney and Lord Darcy! Before they can do anything the pranks escalate and somebody is killed. We soon learn that the two of them are members of a recreation of the infamous eighteenth century Hellfire Club; Darcy thinks they have gone too far this time and confronts Cartney and the other senior members of the club this quickly leads to his demise. In order to infiltrate the club Steed applies to join, claiming Darcy had promised to propose him, and Mrs Peel befriends Cartney. They learn that the club is planning to topple the government but they will have to face many dangers before they can stop the plot.<br/><br/>In its day this episode was considered rather controversial thanks to its portrayal of the debauched club activities and even more for Mrs Peel's 'Queen of Sin' costume Diana Rigg does look great in the costume but it all feels quite innocent now. The story is typical for 'The Avengers'; silly but fun with a slight sense of danger. As well as Mrs Peel's costume highlights include Steed's initiation test and his duel with a member of the club. Peter Wyngarde, who plays Cartney, is one of the series better villains; the character could easily have been a caricature but he makes him believably sleazy without making him unlikable. Overall this is definitely an episode to watch; partly to see what the fuss was about but equally because it is an enjoyable story.
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