Standing away from the crowds, Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin waited for their assignment to begin.
“We will have to go through that soon,” Illya complained, not relishing the thought. “I understand that these people require protection, but why is it U.N.C.L.E.’s job?”
“It’s good for our public image I suppose,” he replied. “You should be careful anyway. With that mop of yours you might be mistaken for a Beatle.”
The Beatles first arrived in America on this day (February 7th) in 1964.