Honey West (1965–1966)
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Little Green Robin Hood 

Hired to protect a gated community after a rash of burglaries, Honey and Sam discover a deluded burglar who actually believes that he is Robin Hood. They decide to humor him not only ... See full summary »

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Hired to protect a gated community after a rash of burglaries, Honey and Sam discover a deluded burglar who actually believes that he is Robin Hood. They decide to humor him not only because they fear he will only confess the location of the hidden jewels to someone he trusts but also because they suspect that someone is directing the weak-minded thief. Written by Miles-10

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18 March 1966 (USA)  »

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Honey and the Emerald Necklace
12 July 2015 | by (Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Honey and Sam are hired to investigate a series of robberies in a wealthy neighborhood. What they find is a robber who thinks he's Robin Hood.

Oh God, how I hate this episode. Little Green Robin Hood is about as bad as you'll find in the entire series. The problem - it's supposed to be a comedy, but it's not funny at all. The way it's presented, the whole Robin Hood gimmick is just plain stupid. It's embarrassing. Also, this episode has some of he worst acing I've seen in Honey West. Something tells me that Françoise Ruggieri, the maid, wasn't hired for her acting ability. Her delivery is horrid. Eleanor Audley, the rich Mrs. Murdock, overacts something terrible. And, I've never cared much at all for Edd Byrnes. Overall, a very poor episode.

For this episode's Name That Character Actor, I'm going to select Allen Jenkins with 155 acting credits in his long career.


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