A question over a five-dollar expense account item for "glass pants" for Scotty's mother leads to the boys recounting for Miss Clavell the whole story of their assignment to General Ortiz, ... See full summary »

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Cerita
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Mark Dana ...
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Roberto Klesias ...
Cordoba
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A question over a five-dollar expense account item for "glass pants" for Scotty's mother leads to the boys recounting for Miss Clavell the whole story of their assignment to General Ortiz, democratic leader of an island republic ousted in a revolution and now living in exile in Taxco, Mexico. The general is seeking the United States' assistance in waging a counter-revolution, but Ortiz's wife is suspiciously resistant to allowing Kelly and Scott meet the general. Why the cover-up? Written by Gary R. Peterson

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23 February 1966 (USA)  »

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Kelly Robinson: [Walking along the sidewalk, gnawing on a stick] Wanna piece of my sugar cane?
Alexander Scott: No, man.
Kelly Robinson: It's great stuff. In time it makes your teeth all gold.
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Drags a bit....
24 August 2008 | by (Georgetown, KY) – See all my reviews

....but a bad I Spy show is still better than a lot of other shows' best episodes. Kelly and Scotty seem a bit dim-witted here as it is obvious to the audience that they are being taken for a ride by the villains all along. The scenes seem padded, Victor Jory apparently has been told to stretch his lines, and the wrap-around device with Antoinette Bower is a time-waster. The attempted assassination in a plaza filled with people seems to draw only our heroes' attentions and the obvious trap with a guy with a machete at the end of an alley seems a tad obvious. The 2 attackers chose to attack one at a time so that they could easily be handled. How lucky was that? I'm not sure this comment contains a spoiler as the whole episode is pretty pedestrian, but I'll check mark the box anyway. I presume that they had some unusable location footage and ended up with a 1/2 hour show and had to stretch it out and drag it out and make it longer and longer in order to come up with the amount of time needed to fill the slot much like I am being forced to do now because of some inane rule of IMDb's that we have to have 10 lines or more to make a comment.


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