Tales of the Gold Monkey (1982–1983)
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God Save the Queen 

Jake and Corky fly a British Nobleman to a cruise ship only to find out that this man has planted a bomb on board, and he will tell the captain where it is only when he is given the royal ... See full summary »

Director:

Virgil W. Vogel

Writers:

Donald P. Bellisario (created by), George Geiger
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Stephen Collins ... Jake Cutter
Jeff MacKay ... Corky
Caitlin O'Heaney ... Sarah Stickney White
Marta DuBois ... Princess Kogi (credit only)
John Calvin ... Reverend Willie Tenboom (credit only)
John Fujioka ... Todo (credit only)
Roddy McDowall ... Bon Chance Louie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
James Avery ... Gabriel
Kenneth Danziger ... 1st Officer Bryant
Dean Dittman Dean Dittman ... Second Officer
Roy Dotrice ... Lord Hedriks
Paddi Edwards ... Matron
Charles Macaulay Charles Macaulay ... Captain Townsend
Madison Mason ... Duke of Windsor
Kathryn Leigh Scott ... Melodie
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Jake and Corky fly a British Nobleman to a cruise ship only to find out that this man has planted a bomb on board, and he will tell the captain where it is only when he is given the royal jewels that are on board the ship with the Duke of Windsor. Written by page8701

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Major portions were filmed about the Queen Mary, which is based in Long Beach, CA as a tourist attraction. See more »

Goofs

Several scenes on the ships deck include a radar antenna circling in the background. Radar was still in it's infancy at the time this story was set and was not available for non-military vessels. See more »

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Disappointed
2 May 2019 | by jamesroyholdSee all my reviews

When I saw Katherine Leigh Scott's name in the credits I looked ahead to seeing my favorite Dark Shadows character. When she finally did show up she was almost unrecognizable. Oh, and she did a most horrible English accent.

There were any number of ways the captain could have handled the situation and didn't. If nothing else, why didn't Jake get on his plane and radio for help? Or, if worse came to worse, why not have the passengers board the lifeboats and leave the mad bomber alone on the craft. Ever since the days of the Titanic it's been a rule for ships to have an adequate number of lifeboats to accommodate all passengers.

Jake's final solution was clever, but it didn't make sense seeing there were other alternatives.


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Country:

USA

Language:

Greek | English

Release Date:

19 January 1983 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color | Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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