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  • (1964) Single: "Kinky Boots" with his The Avengers (1961) co-star Honor Blackman
  • (1986) Music video: Archive footage of Macnee from The Avengers (1961) was used in The Pretenders music video "Don't Get Me Wrong".
  • (1966) Novel (w/Peter Leslie): "The Avengers: Dead Duck".
  • (1965) Novel (w/Peter Leslie): "The Avengers: Deadline".
  • Music video: Appears as the driver in the Oasis video "Don't Look Back in Anger".
  • (1999, 2000) Narrates mostly all of the extras on the James Bond movies on DVD released by MGM/UA Home Entertainment.
  • Video: Presenter and narrator of a six-cassette documentary, "Ghost Stories" (1997) from Madacy Entertainment Group, Inc.; a compilation of apparently true stories about hauntings, apparitions, ghosts, and unexplained phenomena.
  • (1985) TV commercial: A car is being driven towards the camera as the music from the James Bond movies plays. It stops, Macnee gets out and says, "You were perhaps expecting someone else?"
  • (1990) TV commercial: Swiss Chalet.
  • (1970) Stage: Appeared (as "Andrew Wyke"; replacement) in "Sleuth" on Broadway. Mystery/thriller. Written by Anthony Shaffer. Scenic Design by Carl Toms. Lighting Design by William Ritman. Directed by Clifford Williams. Music Box Theatre: 12 Nov 1970-13 Oct 1973 (1222 performances + 4 previews that began on 9 Nov 1970). Cast: Keith Baxter (as "Milo Tindle"), Anthony Quayle (as "Andrew Wyke"), Phillip Farrar (as "Inspector Doppler"), Harold K. Newman (as "Detective Sgt. Tarrant"), Roger Purnell (as "Police Constable Higgs"). Standbys: Michael Allinson (as "Andrew Wyke"), Victor Arnold (as "Milo Tindle"), Henry Raymond (as "Inspector Doppler"), John Stephen (as "Detective Sgt. Tarrant / Police Constable Higgs"). Replacement cast: Jordan Christopher (as "Milo Tindle"), Curt Dawson (as "Milo Tindle"), Donal Donnelly (as "Milo Tindle"), Robin Mayfield (as "Detective Sgt. Tarrant"), Liam McNulty (as "Police Constable Higgs"), Brian Murray (as "Milo Tindle"), Paul Rogers (as "Andrew Wyke"), George Rose (as "Andrew Wyke"), Stanley Rushton (as "Inspector Doppler"). Produced by Helen Bonfils, Morton Gottlieb and Michael White. Music Box Theatre owned and operated by Irving Berlin [who had no direct involvement in this production] and Select Theatres Corporation.
  • (1947) Stage: Appeared in John Webster's "The White Devil," at the Duchess Theatre in London, England, with Margaret Rawlings, Sir Robert Helpmann CBE, Martita Hunt, Andrew Cruickshank, Hugh Griffith, Heather Stannard and Claire Bloom in the cast. Michael Benthall was director.
  • (1975) Stage: Appeared in Andrew Sachs' and Jim Parker's "Made in Heaven," in a Chichester Festival Production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, West Sussex, England, with Patricia Routledge, Michael Bates, Tony Robinson, Kenneth Nelson and Jeremy Sinden in the cast. Wendy Toye was director.
  • (1986) He acted in the play, "Killing Jessica," at the Savoy Theatre in London, England with David Langton, Jennie Linden, Liz Robertson, and Angela Douglas in the cast. Bryan Forbes was director.
  • (1975) TV commercial for Timex - Actor
  • (1954) Stage Play: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Comedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Music by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. Music arranged by Gordon Jacob. Directed by Michael Benthall. Metropolitan Opera House: 21 Sep 1954- 17 Oct 1954 (29 performances). Cast: Robert Helpmann (as "Oberon"), Stanley Holloway (as "Nick Bottom, A weaver"), Moira Shearer (as "Titania"), Valerie Adams (as "Corps de Ballet"), Ivan Baptie (as "Ensemble/Corps de Ballet"), Joan Benham (as "Helena"),, Jocelyn Britton (as "Fairy/Peaseblossom/Corps de Ballet"), Mary Brookes (as "Corps de Ballet"), Louise Carley (as "Corps de Ballet"), Rudolfo Cornejo (as "Indian Boy"), Margaret Courtenay (as "Hippolyta"), Tania d'Avray (as "Cobweb/Corps de Ballet"), Nadia de Lichtenberg (as "Corps de Ballet"), John Dearth (as "Egeus"), Juliet Ellice (as "Corps de Ballet"), Mary Fenwick (as "Corps de Ballet"), Jeremy Geidt (as "Ensemble"), Philip Guard (as "Puck, Robin Goodfellow"), Phyllis Harcourt (as "Ensemble/Corps de Ballet"), David Harding (as "Ensemble/Corps de Ballet"), Michael Hayes (as "Ensemble"), Vivienne Hetzel (as "Ensemble/Corps de Ballet"), David Hurst (as "Ensemble/Corps de Ballet"), Peter Johnson (as "Philostrate"), Lana Kassinova (as "Corps de Ballet"), Joan King (as "Mustardseed/Corps de Ballet"), Margaret Knoesen (as "Corps de Ballet"), Barbara Leigh-Hunt (as "Ensemble"), Philip Locke (as "Francis Flute, a bellows-mender"), Terence Longdon (as "Lysander"), Patrick Macnee (as "Demetrius") [Broadway debut], Eliot Makeham (as "Peter Quince, A carpenter") [final Broadway role], William Martin (as "Ensemble/Corps de Ballet"), Kenneth Melville (as "Ensemble/Corps de Ballet"), Rosemary Moore (as "Ensemble/Corps de Ballet"), Henry Naughton (as "Corps de Ballet"), Gillian Neason (as "Ensemble/Singer"), Anthony Nicholls (as "Theseus"), Joanne Nisbet (as "Corps de Ballet"), Michael Redington (as "Snug, A joiner"), David Reynolds (as "Ensemble/Corps de Ballet"), David Rose (as "Ensemble"), Norman Rossington (as "Tom Snout, A tinker"), Betty Shale (as "Ensemble"), Jane Shore (as "Ensemble/Corps de Ballet"), Josephine Spaull (as "Corps de Ballet"), Suzanne Steele (as "Ensemble/Singer"), David Stevens (as "Ensemble"), Daniel Thorndike (as "Robin Starvelinga, a tailor"), Sven van Zyl (as "Ensemble/Corps de Ballet"), Elisabeth Wade (as "Ensemble/Singer"), Ann Walford (as "Hermia/Daughter of Egeus"), Anne Wilson (as "Ensemble/Singer"), Sheila Wright (as "Moth/Corps de Ballet"). Presented by S. Hurok. Produced by arrangement with Old Vic Trust Ltd. and Arts Council of Great Britain.
  • (1954 - 1955) Patrick Macnee played 'Demetrius' in the S. Hurok production of Shakespeare's play, "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at the New York Metropolitan Opera House. After the Broadway run, the play closed with a tour in Canada and the U.S.
  • (1974) He acted in Anthony Shaffer's play, "Sleuth," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Jordan Christopher in the cast.
  • (1973) He acted in Anthony Shaffer's play, "Sleuth," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Jordan Christopher in the cast. Warren Crane was director.
  • (July 1974) He acted in Anthony Shaffer's play, "Sleuth," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Jordan Christopher in the cast.

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