Britt Reid believes that the death of the Daily Express publisher, Simon Neal, was no accident, and that Neal was the fake Green Hornet's target all along. When a would-be informant is ... See full summary »

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Britt Reid believes that the death of the Daily Express publisher, Simon Neal, was no accident, and that Neal was the fake Green Hornet's target all along. When a would-be informant is killed, all clues point to Dan Scully as the phony Green Hornet. However, Scully himself had nothing to gain from Neal's death. Reid believes someone else was behind the scheme, and narrows the suspects down to two - Neal's niece Melissa, and his managing editor Sabrina Bradley. He intends to smoke out the phony Green Hornet one more time to figure out which it is. Written by Twenty Penguins

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While talking on the phone to Sam of the Daily Express City Desk, Sabrina Bradley absentmindedly and repeatedly pulls the trigger on the gun she's holding. See more »

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Part of a memorable evening!
11 January 2011 | by (Massachusetts, USA) – See all my reviews

This episode of "The Green Hornet," which may or may not be considered par for the course, was part of a memorable evening I had on Friday, 20 January 1967 in Albany, NY (the then-ABC affiliate WAST, just up the street in Menands). I was very glad the second part of the episode aired, as it allowed for the loose ends to be tied up.

And, refreshingly, that meant there was indeed a twist in the episode, which I got to see tonight in SyFy's marathon!

The only downside to the episode was that this had to air as a two-parter, not as a one-hour show. But as always, the casting was great, and this is a fine episode. As I said, it was par for the course … and this show had some fine standards!!!


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