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Paolo, Emilio -- Related in some way (perhaps by marriage) to the Turazzi family that swears a vendetta against Kelly Robinson ("Vendetta"), Paolo agrees to serve as Robinson's defender when the family tries him for the murder of Remo Turazzi. Played by Massimo Serrata.
Pappas, Irena -- Beautiful Greek girl employed (under duress) by Sorge, and used in the latter's scheme to acquire classified information from Kelly Robinson in "The Lotus Eater". In the end, Irena turned on Sorge and helped Robinson escape his clutches. Played by Vivienne Ventura.
Paradiso Club -- The Acapulco dance club where Robinson got Indris into seriously trouble with another patron (who was made to think that Indris was groping his girlfriend) so that Scott could get Shana Davis alone and find out why she was willing to become a traitor to her country, in "Shana".
Patterson -- Agent who meets Robinson and Scott in the casino at the Sands in Las Vegas and gives them the assignment of protecting Bashik in "Sparrowhawk". Robinson and Scott call him "Soapy Snide."
Peacock Hotel -- A rundown Hong Kong hostelry where Benjamin Bryant is staying (registered as Bradley Barton. Kelly and Scotty have a run-in with four goons there. (CB#1)
Peninsula Hotel -- One of Hong Kong's premier hotels, and the setting for many of the events in "So Long, Patrick Henry." Built in the 1920s, the hotel's lobby has long been called the "Crossroads of the East."
Penn, Leo -- Director of the first-season episodes "So Long, Patrick Henry", "A Cup of Kindness", "Dragon's Teeth" and "No Exchange on Damaged Merchandise". Born in 1921, Penn was blacklisted during the McCarthy era. He and his wife, actress Eileen Ryan, had three sons, including actors Sean and Chris Penn. A veteran TV director, Penn has helmed episodes for such series as The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Lancer, The Fugitive, Lost in Space, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Ironside, Cannon, Barnaby Jones, Police Woman, Starsky & Hutch, Magnum P.I., Cagney & Lacey, Remington Steele, and Matlock. He died in 1998.
Pentagon, The -- HQ of the United States Department of Defense and the world's largest office building, with three times the floor space of the Empire State Building. It housed 27,000 employees when Force One schemed to start World War III by releasing Tabun inside of it. (I Spy #1) The building had 6,540,360 square feet, seventeen and a half miles of corridors, 24,000 telephones and 4,200 clocks.
Perizadah -- The beautiful granddaughter of the Jahbad, educated in England, and a player in her grandfather's elaborate scheme for vengeance in "Oedipus at Colonus". Played by Italian movie star Delia Boccardo.
Phyllida -- Daughter of the smuggler Charamboulis, and sister to Andreas, she helps Robinson and Scott in their effort to get Andreas across the Iron Curtain in "The Beautiful Children". Played by Anna Brazzou.
Pink -- Jimmy wrote the Chinese symbol for this word before he died from a gunshot wound inflicted by Eric Thorsten in "No Exchange on Damaged Merchandise." This clue led Robinson and Scott to Kai Hu and, through her, to Thorsten.
Pink Lady Bar -- The Hong Kong nightclub where Kai Hu was employed as a performer. Robinson and Scott followed her from the club through "the Suzie Wong streets of Wan Chai" to her apartment, where they found the enemy agent Eric Thorsten, in "No Exchange on Damaged Merchandise."
Pink, Lee -- English tailor whose real name was Leo Pincus, and who had a shop in Hong Kong visited by Robinson and Scott in their search for Eric Thorsten, in "No Exchange on Damaged Merchandise." Played by Martin Priest.
Princess Amara -- Fiancee of Elroy Brown in "So Long, Patrick Henry," Amara's grandfather was the king of an African country called Mali. In an effort to force Brown to cooperate with Red Chinese plans to use the Afro-Asian games as a political football, Brown's handler Tsung had Amara injected with typhus and dispatched back to Peking. But Kelly Robinson prevented the plane carrying Amara from leaving the Hong Kong airport, and Brown and Amara were reunited. Played by Cicely Tyson.