Synopsis by Hal Erickson
At a time when American television tended to tread gently when dealing with organized crime, the British drama series Vendetta called a spade a spade, identifying the villains as members of the Mafia and making no apologies about it. Created by Brian Degas and Tudor Gates, the weekly 50-minute series starred Neil McCallum and Kieron Moore as a pair of globetrotting secret agents, who did their best to stamp out "the Organization" whenever and wherever they could. 36 episodes were produced in all. Vendetta was broadcast by the BBC from November 4, 1966 to the summer of 1968.