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Honey and Sam are hired by a newsdealer with amnesia and $150,000 that he doesn't know how it came into his possession.




Episode complete credited cast:
Irene Hervey ...
Francis Grady
Mr. Stashall
Clarence Lung ...
Maitre 'd
Sydney Smith ...
Charles Addison
Harold Fong ...
Barbara Morrison ...
Norman Palmer ...
Gilchrist Stuart ...
Desk Man (as Gil Stuart)
Charles Wagenheim ...
Desk Clerk
Arthur Batanides ...


Honey and Sam are hired by a newsdealer with amnesia and $150,000 that he doesn't know how it came into his possession.

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Action | Crime | Drama





Release Date:

19 November 1965 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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"Fights, knives, guns, hoods - boy, what a life!"
27 January 2010 | by (Tennessee) – See all my reviews

A man with amnesia discovers he has a package containing $175,000 dollars in his possession and no idea where it came from. With a hotel key as their only real clue, Honey and Sam set out to solve the mystery.

What a fun episode! A Neat Little Package might not be perfect and it might not be my favorite episode, but there's no denying how entertaining it is. What's not to love – Honey goes undercover in an Asian restaurant (complete with long, dark hair), Sam has some great scenes while running the client's newsstand, and there's a final fight scene with Honey, Sam, and all the bad guys in knee deep water. It's a lot to pack into 25 minutes, but director Murray Golden makes it work. As I've written before, one of the cool things about Honey West is spotting all the familiar faces. A Neat Little Package features J. Pat O'Malley as amnesia victim Francis Grady. Who's J. Pat O'Malley I can hear you ask? I promise – if you're a fan of 60s/70s TV, you'd know him in a heartbeat if you saw his face. Just look up his credits – he was in everything. Overall, a solid effort that's worth at least the 7/10 I've given it.

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