Hart to Hart: Season 4, Episode 11

Hunted Harts (4 Jan. 1983)

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The Hart's are lured to South America by a big game hunter who wants to kill them, using done of their friends as bait.

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The Hart's are lured to South America by a big game hunter who wants to kill them, using done of their friends as bait.

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David McCallum (Geoffrey Atterton) played Illya Kuryakin in "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." from 1964-1968. Stefanie Powers (Jennifer Hart) played April Dancer in "The Girl from U.N.C.L.E." from 1966-1967. See more »

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The Harts' Most Dangerous Game
24 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I can't believe no one's commented on this episode yet! Of all the obscure, flash in the pan shows listed here on IMDb that have comment after comment, you'd think this show that was huge in the day and has continued fans to this day in reruns would have more comments, and especially this great episode. These guys got away with so much back in the day, it was great. Wonderful episode with a backdrop of wildlife conservation. So much going on here. The first thing that stuck me about this episode was an establishing shot of the World Trade Center's twin towers. It's nice to see them memorialized in film whenever they pop up in various old TV shows and movies. The next thing that struck me was not so nice, and that was the image of a live mouse about to be dropped into the maw of a snake. Luckily, they didn't show that. And then right there in the same first five minutes the plot is established that includes a wildlife game reserve in South America. Another homage to Stefanie's long-time partner, William Holden. I have to hand it to the guest actors, they were casually walking with, frankly, ENORMOUS live tigers, and I about fell over. One of those guest actors was Tippi Hedren. That's right, Tippi "The Birds" Hedren. I was just waiting for her to get a shot with a bird, and sure enough, she did. A cockatoo is perched on her shoulder. Its name is Freddie. HELLO?! Yes, as in Hitchcock. And that's not the only sight gag; later int he episode, Tippi looks up to the sky to see a swarm of birds off in the distance. Tippi's one helluva sport; she appears in more shots in a cage full of the big cats, and then proceeds to stroke it's mane. Oh gosh! Lots of other live animals, as well, including elephants, monkeys, and stock footage of others. It does look like the whole thing takes place on a Disney back lot somewhere, and if it weren't for the time line, I'd've been sure this were shot at Disney's Animal Kingdom. The bad guy here's absolutely creepy, he hunts J&J like animals (ala the classic short story), and the action is great. Jonathan looks a wreck by the end of the episode, but Jennifer's hair and makeup look fresh as rain; I'm more for realism, so I would have appreciated her a mess. The stunt guys were really obvious in this one, tho RJ's own stunt work was great. Interesting that IMDb doesn't list Phillip Morris in what is probably only his 2nd or third role of his career. Strange. In any event, outstanding episode with one easter egg after another. Terrific.


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