Famous Faces on "The Green Hornet" (1966-67) TV Series!

Another challenge for the Green Hornet, his aide Kato, and their rolling arsenal, the Black Beauty. On Police records a wanted criminal, Green Hornet is really Britt Reid, owner-publisher of the Daily Sentinel, his dual identity known only to his secretary and to the district attorney. And now, to protect the rights and lives of decent citizens, rides THE GREEN HORNET."
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1.
Beth Brickell
Actress, Gentle Ben
Beth Brickell began her film career as an actress, training in New York with Sanford Meisner Lee Strasberg, and was accepted into the legendary Actors Studio. She performed in leading roles in over 25 stage productions in and out of the city, including "Thurber Carnival" with Jean Stapleton, "Room Service" with Bill Macy, and "Take Her, She's Mine" with Walter Pidgeon...
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 13
The Secret of the Sally Bell (9 Dec 1966)
"Dr. Hanna Thomas" ” - gattonero975
 
2.
“ The Green Hornet : Season 1, Episode 12
Deadline for Death (2 Dec 1966)
"Tubbs" ” - gattonero975
 
3.
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 5
The Frog Is a Deadly Weapon (7 Oct. 1966)
"Elaine Carey" ” - gattonero975
 
4.
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 11
The Hunters and the Hunted (25 Nov 1966)
"Quentin Crane" ” - gattonero975
 
5.
James Best
American character actor and teacher. Born Jewel Guy in Powderly, Kentucky, on July 26, 1926, he was orphaned at three and adopted by Armen and Essa Best, who re-named him James K. Best and raised him in Corydon, Indiana. Following high school he worked briefly as a metalworker before joining the Army during World War II in July 1944...
“ The Green Hornet : Season 1, Episode 12
Deadline for Death (2 Dec 1966)
"Yale Barton" ” - gattonero975
 
6.
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 9
The Ray Is for Killing (11 Nov 1966)
"Dr. Karl Bendix" ” - gattonero975
 
7.
Lloyd Bochner
Lloyd Bochner had that wonderfully sonorous type of voice that was always tailor-made for radio or for the stage. Unsurprisingly then, by the time he was eleven, Lloyd was already employed as part-time voiceover artist and reader of drama serials by radio stations in Vancouver. Lloyd Wolfe Bochner was born in Toronto...
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 1
The Silent Gun (9 Sep. 1966)
"Dan Carley " ” - gattonero975
 
8.
Thordis Brandt
Actress, Funny Girl
Thordis Brandt was born in West Germany of Norwegian and German parents. She moved to Canada as a young girl and was raised there. After school, where she completed a University degree in nursing, she moved to Santa Monica, California. As she pursued acting and dancing as careers, she continued to practice her nursing in private duty...
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 5
The Frog Is a Deadly Weapon (7 Oct. 1966)
"Nedra Vallen" ” - gattonero975
 
9.
Rand Brooks
After passing his screen test, Rand Brooks played a bit role in the 1938 film Love Finds a Way. He then found several other roles before landing the part of Charles Hamilton in Gone with the Wind. He went on to play small roles in films such as Laddie, And One was Beautiful, The Son of Monte Cristo...
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 11
The Hunters and the Hunted (25 Nov 1966)
"Conway" ” - gattonero975
 
10.
“ The Green Hornet : Season 1, Episode 12
Deadline for Death (2 Dec 1966)
"Aldo" ” - gattonero975
 
11.
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 10
The Preying Mantis (18 Nov 1966)
"Duke Slate" ” - gattonero975
 
12.
Jason Evers
Although probably best known for playing Dr. Bill Corter in the 1962 cult film The Brain That Wouldn't Die, Jason Evers (born Herb Evers in New York City in 1922) has done much more than meets the eye. He quit school to join the army during WWII, and later decided to act after seeing such Hollywood stars as John Wayne and Humphrey Bogart...
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 6
Eat, Drink, and Be Dead (14 Oct. 1966)
"Dirk" ” - gattonero975
 
13.
Signe Hasso
Actress, A Double Life
Young Signe Larsson was only 12 when she started to work as a child extra at The Royal Dramatic Theater and was the youngest ever enrolled for acting studies there at 16. She quickly got leading roles in movies and always received very good reviews. In 1940 she went to Hollywood and signed a contract with RKO...
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 3
Programmed for Death (23 Sep. 1966)
"Yolanda de Lukens" ” - gattonero975
 
14.
Lynda Day George
An American television actress, Lynda Day George first drew attention when she appeared in the popular TV series Mission: Impossible as Lisa Casey, a role for which she received a Golden Globe nomination. She also did numerous guest-star roles in such series as The Love Boat and Charlie's Angels. While appearing in the feature The Gentle Rain...
“ The Green Hornet : Season 1, Episode 12
Deadline for Death (2 Dec 1966)
"Ardis Ralston" (as Lynda Day) ” - gattonero975
 
15.
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 7
Beautiful Dreamer: Part 1 (21 Oct 1966)
Henchman for Peter Eden (uncredited)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 8
Beautiful Dreamer: Part 2 (28 Oct 1966)
Henchman for Peter Eden (uncredited) ” - gattonero975
 
16.
“ "Peter Eden"

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 7
Beautiful Dreamer: Part 1 (21 Oct 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 8
Beautiful Dreamer: Part 2 (28 Oct 1966) ” - gattonero975
 
17.
Diana Hyland
Diana Hyland, a striking, knowing beauty with a confident air about her, was born Diane Gentner on January 25, 1936, in Ohio and appeared on stage in summer stock, as a teen, before graduating from Cleveland Heights High School. Moving to New York in 1955 to test her acting mettle, the slim-faced,...
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 2
Give 'Em Enough Rope (16 Sep. 1966)
"Attorney Claudia Bromley " ” - gattonero975
 
18.
Victor Jory
Actor, Papillon
Victor Jory was born in Dawson City, Yukon, Canada. His burly physique made him a wrestling and boxing champion during his military service in the United States Coast Guard. After a few appearances on Broadway, he made his way into Hollywood in the early 1930s. His acting career spanned exactly 50 years...
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 5
The Frog Is a Deadly Weapon (7 Oct. 1966)
"Charles Delaclaire" ” - gattonero975
 
19.
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 3
Programmed for Death (23 Sep. 1966)
"Walter Melvin - Zookeeper" ” - gattonero975
 
20.
Keye Luke
Actor, Gremlins
Keye Luke was born in Canton, China. He grew up in Seattle, Washington, and entered the film business as a commercial artist and a designer of movie posters. He was hired as a technical advisor on several Asian-themed films, and made his film debut in The Painted Veil. It seemed that he appeared in almost every film that called for Chinese characters...
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 10
The Preying Mantis (18 Nov 1966)
"Mr. Chang" ” - gattonero975
 
21.
Mako
Born in Japan, Mako was living there with his grandparents while his parents studied art in the United States, when Japan and the U.S. went to war in 1941. His parents remained in the U.S., working for the Office of War Information, and, at the cessation of the conflict, were granted U.S. residency by Congress...
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 10
The Preying Mantis (18 Nov 1966)
"Low Sing" ” - gattonero975
 
22.
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 2
Give 'Em Enough Rope (16 Sep. 1966)
"Alex Colony " ” - gattonero975
 
23.
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 3
Programmed for Death (23 Sep. 1966)
Newscaster

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 4
Crime Wave (30 Sep. 1966)
Commentator

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 8
Beautiful Dreamer: Part 2 (28 Oct 1966)
Newscaster

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 10
The Preying Mantis (18 Nov 1966)
Newscaster

The Green Hornet : Season 1, Episode 12
Deadline for Death (2 Dec 1966)
Newscaster

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 13
The Secret of the Sally Bell (9 Dec 1966)
Newscaster ” - gattonero975
 
24.
Timothy Scott
Tim Scott was tall and thin, who sometimes went unshaven, and because of this somewhat unsavory look he was often cast in westerns. He was born in Detroit, Michigan, but as a young boy moved with his family to Albuquerque, New Mexico. He loved the theater deeply and he became the co-founder of the "New MET Theatre" in Los Angeles, California, with one of his best friends, actor James Gammon...
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 13
The Secret of the Sally Bell (9 Dec 1966)
"Honey Boy" ” - gattonero975
 
25.
Robert Strauss
Actor, Stalag 17
Burly American character actor with a deep gravelly voice who was equally adept at comedy and drama. The son of a theatrical costume designer, Strauss worked as a salesman and also as a singing waiter and busboy before finding success in the stage version of "Detective Story" on Broadway. He appeared with José Ferrer in the Broadway revival of "Twentieth Century." Also on Broadway...
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 11
The Hunters and the Hunted (25 Nov 1966)
"Bud Crocker" ” - gattonero975
 
26.
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 4
Crime Wave (30 Sep. 1966)
"Laura Spinner" ” - gattonero975
 
27.
Grant Woods
Grant Woods arrived in Hollywood after a stint in the U.S. Navy. He worked as a stuntman, occasionally using the name Grant Lockwood. Most notability he is know to Star Trek (1966) fans as Lieutenant Kelowitz in three episodes, This Side of Paradise (1967), Arena (1967), and The Galileo Seven (1967)...
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 9
The Ray Is for Killing (11 Nov 1966)
"Steve" ” - gattonero975
 
28.
William Dozier
William Dozier was an American TV and movie producer who made it to the top of the TV heap briefly in the mid-1960s with his show Batman: The Movie. Born on February 13, 1908 in Omaha, Nebraska, Dozier was also known for his wives. After divorcing his first wife, he was married to Oscar-winner Joan Fontaine from 1946 to 1951 and to movie star Ann Rutherford from 1953 to his death on April 23...
“ "Narrator" (voice)
(uncredited)

(26 episodes, 1966-1967)


 ” - gattonero975
 
29.
Van Williams
Actor, Surfside 6
You could shoehorn actor Van Williams right in there between the other tall, dark and drop-jaw gorgeous heartthrobs Tom Tryon and John Gavin of the late 1950s/early 1960s who conveyed a similar bland, heroic image. All three were too often given colorless heroes to play on film and/or TV -- roles that played off their charm but seldom tested their talent...
“ Ï"Britt Reid/ Green Hornet"

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 1
The Silent Gun (9 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 2
Give 'Em Enough Rope (16 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 3
Programmed for Death (23 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 4
Crime Wave (30 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 5
The Frog Is a Deadly Weapon (7 Oct. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 6
Eat, Drink, and Be Dead (14 Oct. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 7
Beautiful Dreamer: Part 1 (21 Oct 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 8
Beautiful Dreamer: Part 2 (28 Oct 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 9
The Ray Is for Killing (11 Nov 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 10
The Preying Mantis (18 Nov 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 11
The Hunters and the Hunted (25 Nov 1966)

The Green Hornet : Season 1, Episode 12
Deadline for Death (2 Dec 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 13
The Secret of the Sally Bell (9 Dec 1966) ” - gattonero975
 
30.
Bruce Lee
Bruce Lee remains the greatest icon of martial arts cinema and a key figure of modern popular media. Had it not been for Bruce Lee and his movies in the early 1970s, it's arguable whether or not the martial arts film genre would have ever penetrated and influenced mainstream North American and European cinema and audiences the way it has over the past four decades...
“ "Kato/ The Valet"

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 1
The Silent Gun (9 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 2
Give 'Em Enough Rope (16 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 3
Programmed for Death (23 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 4
Crime Wave (30 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 5
The Frog Is a Deadly Weapon (7 Oct. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 6
Eat, Drink, and Be Dead (14 Oct. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 7
Beautiful Dreamer: Part 1 (21 Oct 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 8
Beautiful Dreamer: Part 2 (28 Oct 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 9
The Ray Is for Killing (11 Nov 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 10
The Preying Mantis (18 Nov 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 11
The Hunters and the Hunted (25 Nov 1966)

The Green Hornet : Season 1, Episode 12
Deadline for Death (2 Dec 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 13
The Secret of the Sally Bell (9 Dec 1966) ” - gattonero975
 
31.
“ "D.A. Frank Scanlon"

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 1
The Silent Gun (9 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 2
Give 'Em Enough Rope (16 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 3
Programmed for Death (23 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 4
Crime Wave (30 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 5
The Frog Is a Deadly Weapon (7 Oct. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 6
Eat, Drink, and Be Dead (14 Oct. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 7
Beautiful Dreamer: Part 1 (21 Oct 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 8
Beautiful Dreamer: Part 2 (28 Oct 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 9
The Ray Is for Killing (11 Nov 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 10
The Preying Mantis (18 Nov 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 11
The Hunters and the Hunted (25 Nov 1966)

The Green Hornet : Season 1, Episode 12
Deadline for Death (2 Dec 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 13
The Secret of the Sally Bell (9 Dec 1966) ” - gattonero975
 
32.
Wende Wagner
Beautiful, vibrant-looking 60s actress Wende Wagner (her real name) was born in Connecticut in 1941. Of French, German and Native American heritage, her exotic looks would later serve her well on TV and in motion pictures. She inherited her athletic genes from her parents; her father was a former Olympic swimming/diving coach turned Naval Commander and her mother was a champion downhill skier...
“ "Lenore Case"

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 1
The Silent Gun (9 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 2
Give 'Em Enough Rope (16 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 3
Programmed for Death (23 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 4
Crime Wave (30 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 5
The Frog Is a Deadly Weapon (7 Oct. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 6
Eat, Drink, and Be Dead (14 Oct. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 7
Beautiful Dreamer: Part 1 (21 Oct 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 8
Beautiful Dreamer: Part 2 (28 Oct 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 9
The Ray Is for Killing (11 Nov 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 10
The Preying Mantis (18 Nov 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 11
The Hunters and the Hunted (25 Nov 1966)

The Green Hornet : Season 1, Episode 12
Deadline for Death (2 Dec 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 13
The Secret of the Sally Bell (9 Dec 1966) ” - gattonero975
 
33.
“ "Mike Axford"

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 1
The Silent Gun (9 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 2
Give 'Em Enough Rope (16 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 3
Programmed for Death (23 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 4
Crime Wave (30 Sep. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 5
The Frog Is a Deadly Weapon (7 Oct. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 6
Eat, Drink, and Be Dead (14 Oct. 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 7
Beautiful Dreamer: Part 1 (21 Oct 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 8
Beautiful Dreamer: Part 2 (28 Oct 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 9
The Ray Is for Killing (11 Nov 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 10
The Preying Mantis (18 Nov 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 11
The Hunters and the Hunted (25 Nov 1966)

The Green Hornet : Season 1, Episode 12
Deadline for Death (2 Dec 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 13
The Secret of the Sally Bell (9 Dec 1966) ” - gattonero975
 
34.
“ The Green Hornet : Season 1, Episode 12
Deadline for Death (2 Dec 1966)
Telephone Operator (as Annazette Williams) ” - gattonero975
 
35.
“ "Vanessa Vane"

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 7
Beautiful Dreamer: Part 1 (21 Oct 1966)

The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 8
Beautiful Dreamer: Part 2 (28 Oct 1966) ” - gattonero975
 
36.
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 1
The Silent Gun (9 Sep. 1966)
"Al Trump" ” - gattonero975
 
37.
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 10
The Preying Mantis (18 Nov 1966)
"Jimmy Kee" ” - gattonero975
 
38.
Warren J. Kemmerling
After graduating from St. Louis University in 1947 and serving a hitch in the Marines, Warren Kemmerling began his acting career in the theater. A fine singer, Kemmerling debuted on Broadway in 1953 "Me and Juliet". After six years in musicals which included Rogers and Hammerstein's "Anchors Aweigh," Kemmerling decided to try his hand in Hollywood...
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 13
The Secret of the Sally Bell (9 Dec 1966)
"Bert Selden" ” - gattonero975
 
39.
Gene LeBell
"Judo" Gene LeBell the "Godfather of Grappling" is both a renowned ex-world champion in both wrestling/judo, and one of Hollywood's busiest stuntmen. He is highly respected by many martial artists all over the world, and has been considered a ground breaker in many aspects of the art of grappling. Gene started training in judo at a young age...
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 11
The Hunters and the Hunted (25 Nov 1966)
"Barney" ” - gattonero975
 
40.
Robert McQueeney
After leaving acting, Bob McQueeney became a golf pro. After he and his wife separated, he studied to be a Catholic priest. He was ordained and for the last twenty years of his life served as the director of the Padre Pio Foundation in Cromwell, Connecticut. His wife Patricia became one of Hollywood's most popular agents.
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 9
The Ray Is for Killing (11 Nov 1966)
"Thornton Richardson" ” - gattonero975
 
41.
“ The Green Hornet: Season 1, Episode 6
Eat, Drink, and Be Dead (14 Oct. 1966)
Carney (as Shep Sanders) ” - gattonero975
 
42.
“ The Green Hornet : Season 1, Episode 12
Deadline for Death (2 Dec 1966)
"Murf" ” - gattonero975