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The Green Hornet - Beautiful Dreamer

episode 7, 8

USA 1966
produced by
Richard Bluel, William Dozier (executive) for Greenway Productions/20th Century Fox
directed by Allen Reisner
starring Van Williams, Bruce Lee, Geoffrey Horne, Pamela Curran, Walter Brooke, Wende Wagner, Lloyd Gough, Maurice Manson, Jean Marie Ingels, Victoria George, Gary Owens, Sandy McPeak, Marina Ghane, Henry Hunter, Barbara Gates
screenplay by Ken Pettus, Lorenzo Semple jr, based on a radio series created by George W. Trendle, music by Billy May

TV-series
Green Hornet, Green Hornet (Van Williams)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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A scientist working in the field of subconscious suggestion is killed, a short time later a few respectable citizens commit a few weird crimes they have no need to and no memory of, and newspaper owner/well-known playboy Britt Reid (Van Williams) receives a phonecall that might tie it all up. The phonecall leads him to the high-end health club "Palace of Eden" run by Peter Eden (Geoffrey Horne), who readily gives Britt and his assistant Casey (Wende Wagner) a tour of his operations - but also witnesses Britt steals one of his tapes - which include subconscious suggestions only audible if the tapes are played at an extremely slow speed. Eden of course finds out Britt has taken the tape and brainwashes Casey into shooting him - but Britt has somehow anticipated that and manages to disarm Casey before she can. And since Britt is secretly the masked superhero-posing-as-supercriminal Green Hornet - with his driver Kato (Bruce Lee) posing as his masked driver Kato - he soon goes after Eden, supervillain-like, trying to cut in on his profits, which only leads Eden to make an attempt on Green Hornet's life using a hot girl (Pamela Curran) as bait - but since Reid has anticipated that, he has only tricked Eden into letting his guard down, and while he brainwashes Eden using Eden's own methods, he spoils Eden's plan to rob the racetrack blind too ...

 

Why this story was spanned over two episodes is a bit beyond me, because it, to be frank, holds very little surprises: The baddies are identified early on, their plans are obvious early on, and so are their means of getting what they want. Sure, the double-episode has one decent fight scene featuring Bruce Lee to offer, but everaything else is a bit of the boring (as in foreseeable) variety. Rather lame, actually.

 

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