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Louise Troy ...
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Jerry, the Photographer
Peter Leeds ...
Lt. Sherman
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Charlie Kenyon
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Harold Sutter
Judy Lang ...
Miss Christie - Secretary
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Tyler (as John Launer)
Lonnie Fotre ...
Mrs. Tyler
Cal Bolder ...
Motorcycle Cop
Will J. White ...
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Danny Rees ...
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George Atkinson ...
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Honey and Sam are hired to find the person leaking industrial secrets to a company's competitors. They catch the culprit red-handed, but are soon convinced that he's an unwilling stooge employed by others and seek to capture the entire gang. Written by David Bassler

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17 December 1965 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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[Honey has been pulled over for speeding]
Honey West: Sergeant...
Motorcycle Cop: Don't promote me, ma'am. I'm just a little old motorcycle cop.
Honey West: I'm just a little old first offender. Now, you don't want to put a black mark on my record, do you?
Motorcycle Cop: No ma'am, I certainly wouldn't, but I got a very gung-ho sense of smell and I still smell rubber burnin'.
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Honey and the Hypnotist
3 July 2015 | by (Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Honey and Sam are hired by a man accused of industrial espionage. Even though he was caught red-handed (by Honey herself), he has no recollection of committing the crime.

Invitation to Limbo is another good episode. While it's not the best of the bunch, there's plenty to enjoy, including: an intriguing plot, Wayne Rogers, a twist at the end when the baddies are revealed that (sort of) works, and Honey in the steam bath. Things that didn't work as well: Don Frazer is poorly cast as the bad guy, the last scene is utterly ridiculous (even by Honey West standards), and the bad looking Honey stunt double. One more thing that worked for me that I really can't explain is the scene with Honey and the motorcycle cop. There's really not much to it, but I find it horribly enjoyable.

For this episode's Name That Character Actor, I could go with the obvious choice, Wayne Rogers, but I won't. Instead, I'll pick Stacy Harris. If you grew up watching television in the 50s and 60s, you'd know him immediately.


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