The Green Hornet (1966–1967)
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The Ray Is for Killing 

Valuable paintings are stolen from a charity art exhibit at Britt Reid's home. The thieves make a successful getaway, thanks to a powerful laser beam weapon, and demand one million dollars ... See full summary »

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The Green Hornet / Britt Reid
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Kato
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Lenore Case
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Mike Axford
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D.A. Frank Scanlon
Robert McQueeney ...
Thornton Richardson
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Steve
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Dr. Karl Bendix
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Mike Mahoney ...
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Jim Raymond ...
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Valuable paintings are stolen from a charity art exhibit at Britt Reid's home. The thieves make a successful getaway, thanks to a powerful laser beam weapon, and demand one million dollars or else the paintings will be destroyed. Reid goes undercover as the Green Hornet to get to the bottom of their scheme. After a surprising discovery of who is behind the crime, he demands a piece of the action in usual Green Hornet style. And while he prepares to meet their ransom demands as Britt Reid, he also readies the Green Hornet's car, the Black Beauty, for an encounter with their laser. Written by Twenty Penguins

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11 November 1966 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Mike Axford complains to Britt Reid about Doctor Bendrix receiving a raise. It's strange he would do so when he had just received a 15% raise 2 episodes ago at the end of "Eat, Drink, and be Dead". See more »

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Edited into Fury of the Dragon (1976) See more »

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