When a dying client gives Honey a snowglobe, the private detective doesn't grasp the importance of the object until other interested parties attempt to steal it.

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Reedy Comfort
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The Count
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Mr. Lucas - Honey's Client
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When a dying client gives Honey a snowglobe, the private detective doesn't grasp the importance of the object until other interested parties attempt to steal it.

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1 October 1965 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Police Lieutenant Stone: The Highway Patrol and a couple of witnesses report they saw you leave the scene of the accident.
Honey West: Well, it was no accident-it was murder.
Police Lieutenant Stone: Oh, when your father had the agency, I never had any trouble.
Honey West: I know. He always used to say how cooperative you were, too.
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"Well, it was no accident - it was murder."
19 June 2015 | by (Tennessee) – See all my reviews

A dying man's last act is to give Honey a snow globe. Honey doesn't understand why, but quickly learns that others are willing to kill to get it.

Yesterday, I decided to re-watch the Honey West series. I had completely forgotten how addictive these episodes are. They're like crack – once you start, you're hooked. Anne Francis is just so watchable. She makes Honey West better than it should. The Abominable Snowman is another nice outing for Honey. The high speed car chase (What a car! And, what a driver!), Honey's dark-haired disguise, and the final fight scene are all highlights. But what I like most about this episode is the twist at the end. It worked. I didn't see that coming at all. Very nicely played.

In this episodes edition of Name That Character Actor, we have two winners: Henry Jones (another one of those "You'd know him if you saw him" kind of guys) and Leon Askin (best known as General Burkhalter from Hogan's Heroes). Casts like this are another reason I enjoy Honey West so much.


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