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The Green Hornet 1967


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Green Hornet in the Media

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The Green Hornet episode 21 - Bad Bet On A 459 Silent (10 Feb 1967)

PLOT:[]

Two rogue cops, Bert Clark and Jim Dixon, have been moving in after robberies to collect some of the loot for themselves. Britt Reid discovers them while on patrol as the Green Hornet, but they also notice him and fire a bullet into his shoulder. With the Green Hornet being blamed for the robbery, heading to a hospital is out of the question. Reid instead fakes an injury in front of a large audience to get proper treatment. While still recuperating, he learns that his reporter, Mike Axford, has set up a trap in hopes of snaring the Green Hornet. Reid fears the snare will instead draw the rogue cops, and against doctor's advice, leaves the hospital to protect his friend.

GREEN HORNET WHO'S WHO:[]

CAST
BRITT REID - GREEN HORNET
KATO 
LENORE 'CASEY' CASE
MIKE AXFORD
D.A. FRANK SCANLON
POLICE SGT. BERT CLARK
POLICE OFFICER GREGORY
POLICE OFFICER JIM DIXION
LAWSON
DOCTOR
DISPACTOR
REPORTER
NARRATOR (WILLIAM DOZIER)

MONITOR'S NOTES: Behind-the-scenes[]

In one scene, Britt Reid is laid up in his study with a gunshot wound to the shoulder suffered as the Green Hornet, and he, Kato, and Scanlon are trying to figure out a way for him to get medical treatment without exposing his secret identity. Van Williams read a line one way in the master shot, and another way in his close-up. The editor nevertheless cut from the former to the latter in mid-sentence, resulting in this: "I never knew how much trouble one little bullet could cause so much trouble."

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