The Green Hornet (1966–1967)
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The Secret of the Sally Bell 

Two million dollars worth of narcotics have been smuggled into the country, and the only man who knows where they are, Gus Wander, is brought to a hospital in a coma. His associates have no... See full summary »

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Lloyd Gough ...
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Bert Selden (as Warren Kemmerling)
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Ann Rexford ...
Nurse
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Jack Denbo ...
Gus Wander (as Jacques Denbeaux)
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James Farley ...
Carmichael
David Perna ...
Wolfe
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Two million dollars worth of narcotics have been smuggled into the country, and the only man who knows where they are, Gus Wander, is brought to a hospital in a coma. His associates have no clue where to begin looking. But The Green Hornet has an approximate idea, due to some earlier work. He tracks down the head of the operation in hopes of finding the narcotics and bringing the criminals to justice. On the pretense of wanting a piece of the action, he offers his help in locating the drugs. But the crooks have no plans of sharing, and set up for "Honey Boy" to finish him off. Written by Twenty Penguins

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9 December 1966 (USA)  »

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Original Batman TV series is being watched by narcotics criminals waiting for Gus Wander. Another homage to Batman, as is the Green Hornet introduction. See more »

Goofs

The Black Beauty drives through the town square followed by a light blue 1957 DeSoto four-door sedan carrying the Selden Gang. When the cars arrive at the ship, the Black Beauty is now followed by a light blue 1962 Plymouth Belvedere two-door sedan. See more »

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[a beauty shot of the Batcave goes by to the instrumental Batman theme on the television, watched by a grinning Carlo, also playing a solitaire game]
Bert Selden: We've got a fortune riding on a deal, and you're watching Batman?
[door buzzer sounds]
Carlo: That must be Wander.
[Carlo returns his attention to the television]
Bert Selden: Well, find out, stupid!
[instrumental Batman theme continues through scene until broken by a "Special News Flash"]
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Edited into Fury of the Dragon (1976) See more »

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