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Bowler hat or Bowl-cut blonde?
Ilya Kuriyakin and Emma Peel
I am confused
Purdey? or Ilya?
yet in some subtle way Ilya always felt like a bit of a damsel in distress and napolean was a wisecracking man nothing feminine about him.....ilya seemed soft and feminine.
Compared with honor blackman steed seemed feminine too
checkov in star trek always seemed to be a bit of a damsel in distress, full of 'feelings' which were feminine in those days.
Were they just portraying russians as girly (according to the mores of the time) or were they just trying to show russians as being more poetic?
I mean was ittrying to subtly dis russian men or just trying to portray them as having slightly different tempraments
(I have since learnt that this is nonsense as some russian men I have met have just been boorish unromantic alki's
as a contrast to straight forward uncomplicated American certainty.