Honey West: Season 1, Episode 9

The Flame and the Pussycat (12 Nov. 1965)

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Honey and Sam attempt to capture an arsonist in order to earn a lucrative contract with a warehouse company backfires when they accidentally interfere with the police investigation.

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Honey and Sam attempt to capture an arsonist in order to earn a lucrative contract with a warehouse company backfires when they accidentally interfere with the police investigation.

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Honey and the Firebug
1 July 2015 | by (Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Honey and Sam are out to find an arsonist behind a string of warehouse fires.

As my rating would indicate, The Flame and the Pussycat is just okay. It's a mix of both good and bad. The good: the action filled opening sequence, Honey in her sleek black cat-burglar outfit, and some good lines for Aunt Meg. The bad: the arsonist is way too easy to spot, there's too much plot with too little time, and unrealistic studio fire scenes. Like I said, it's a mix of good and bad. One more thing in this episode's favor is increased screen time for Ken Lynch and his recurring Lt. Barney Keller. It's always nice to see him in an episode.

In this edition of Name That Character Actor, we have Sean McClory. If you dig through his 142 acting credits, you'll find gems like The Quiet Man, Them!, and what seems to be every television show made in the 60s.


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