Hart to Hart (1979–1984)
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A Couple of Harts 

The Harts are on holiday in Acapulco, when they hear a senator has been assassinated. The assumption is the assassination is linked to bribery and corruption charges in the silver industry. The Harts decide to investigate.

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Max
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Eduardo
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Senora Piranda
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Tomas
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Lazlo
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Ethyl
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Gabe
Nelson D. Cuevas ...
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The Harts are on holiday in Acapulco, when they hear a senator has been assassinated. The assumption is the assassination is linked to bribery and corruption charges in the silver industry. The Harts decide to investigate.

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13 October 1981 (USA)  »

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The Harts are in Acapulco
10 October 2014 | by See all my reviews

Alrighty, J&J are in Acapulco on vacation when car trouble leads them to pose as hired help at a huge mansion. As HilaryElizabeth9 already mentioned, you need to suspend your disbelief big time on this one. But that's usually required of a Hart to Hart fan anyway.

They find themselves in the middle of political intrigue and halfway through the episode they run into the actress (Grace Zabriskie) who played Susan's mother from Seinfeld! What's crazy to note is that in this episode Grace Zabriskie (Ethyl) is 40 years old -- compare that to Stefanie Powers who was 38 in this episode -- and she looks like she's at least 50.

When she was on Seinfeld as Susan's mother she was 51 and looked at least 60! Another interesting side note is that Gregory Sierra (Eduardo) was also in a later episode of Hart to Hart (Max's Waltz) as Howard Castle.

Fun dialogue, Mrs. H shows off her Spanish-speaking skills and Mr. H gets to fight some bad guys. Six out of ten because the premise is really hard to believe even though I love the Harts.


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