The band stumbles onto a fiendish plot at a local Chinese restaurant.

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Davy (as David Jones)
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Toto
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Agent Modell
Kay Shimatsu ...
Chang
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Inspector Blount
Joey Forman ...
Dragonman
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The band stumbles onto a fiendish plot at a local Chinese restaurant.

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13 March 1967 (USA)  »

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(as color by Pathé)

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1.33 : 1
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Goofs

When everybody starts chasing each other through the three doors, a Chinese lantern at the top left of the screen disappears between cuts. See more »

Quotes

The Dragonman: I want you to find the Monkee, get the cookie, bring the Monkee and the cookie to me. Repeat, please.
Toto: Ah, I find... the cookie, I bring the Monkee...
Micky: Oh, no, no, no, no. No, you find the cookie, get the Monkee, then cook the cookie.
The Dragonman: Quiet please!
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Edited from Reptilicus (1961) See more »

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Last Train To Clarksville
Written by Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart
Performed by Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork
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'He who eat cookie screw up formula somethin' terrible'
4 January 2014 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Monkey Chow Mein" benefits from the return of Joey Forman, recently seen as "Captain Crocodile," and Gene Dynarski (BATMAN, STAR TREK), trying to top each other as comic Oriental villains, taking a cue from Vito Scotti's hamming in "Case of the Missing Monkey." Peter's love of fortune cookies get The Monkees involved with foreign agents and secret formulas, with the authorities represented by Dave Barry and Mike Farrell (MASH). After both Micky and Peter are kidnapped, Mike and Davy become 'Monkeemen,' but fail to find their way to the kitchen! The lone song is a third reprise of Peter's "Your Auntie Grizelda." Broadcast no. 26 (Mar 13 1967), "Monkee Chow Mein" was 27th in production, the first to be shot in '67 (Jan 5-6).


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