I Spy: Season 1, Episode 5

Dragon's Teeth (13 Oct. 1965)

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While tracking a drugs-for-weapons smuggling deal, Kelly and Scotty encounter the mysterious Blue Dragon society, which makes sorting out the bad guys from the good anyone's guess.

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Alicia
Laya Raki ...
Tia Chang
Walter Burke ...
Sax
Ron Whelan ...
Capt. Porter
Mike Faulkner ...
George Serengi
Kam Tong ...
Wang Lee
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John Graham ...
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Annabelle Garth ...
Audrey (as Anabel Garth)
Caroline Kido ...
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While tracking a drugs-for-weapons smuggling deal, Kelly and Scotty encounter the mysterious Blue Dragon society, which makes sorting out the bad guys from the good anyone's guess.

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1 September 2008 | by (Georgetown, KY) – See all my reviews

...are the reason I Spy is so good. Although Bill Cosby was still feeling his way along as an actor, the writing was good, there was suspense, a twist at the end which was hard to see coming and lots of veteran character actors. This was filmed in Hong Kong while the Vietnam War was heating up so there was some contemporaneous news issues involved. If I heard them correctly, there was $1,000,000 spent on 50,000 guns plus 5,000,000 rounds of ammunition. This seems awfully cheap even by 1965 standards. Laya Raki was married to Ron Randell for many years and she shows to decent advantage here. The inspector was a hoot while Joanne Linville emoted her usual emotions and Walter Burke and James Hong were familiar faces.


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