Britt Reid, like all great crime fighters, hid his identity - behind an alter-ego. As the Green Hornet, he was often a suspect in the very crimes he ultimately solved. He buzzed into homes across the country, promoting law and order, while staying just one step ahead of the law himself! Join him and his faithful sidekick Kato as they "hunt the biggest of all game, public enemies who try to destroy our America" in 20 nail-biting adventures - many of which are available here to the public for the first time since their original broadcast.
Justice is about to be served. The racketeers are about to be routed, the underworld is about to go under, and the criminals are about to feel the sting of the Green Hornet!
Episodes include: "Money for Mr. X" 07-05-41; "Sabotage Finds a Name" 11-28-42; "The Unseen Watchman" 05-30-43; "The Sentinel of Death" 06-06-43; "The White Ticket" 06-13-43; "Rats of a Feather" 06-20-43; "The Reward Claimers" 06-27-43; "Yankee Dollars" 07-04-43; "Going Out of Business" 07-11-43; "Traitors Reward" 07-18-43; "Dead Men Talk" 07-25-43; "Backfire" 08-01-43; "Official Business" 08-08-43; "Long Distance" 08-15-43; "The Murder Gas" 08-22-43; "Gasoline and the Hornet" 08-29-43; "Axford Rises to Shine" 09-05-43; "The Knot" 09-12-43; "Detour to Justice" 09-26-43; "The Green Hornet Goes Underground" 10-03-43.
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Old time radio strikes again!
Definitely! I am a fan of the 60's television show as well as the radio series. A crime fighter with good morals, detective skills, a sweet car with gadgets, and a gas gun...ah, what's not to love?
Comparable to the Lone Ranger radio series. If I remember correctly, Britt is related to the Lone Ranger.
The Green Hornet for obvious reasons as already stated.
These are stand alone episodes which do not require a one day sitting.
The Green Hornet strikes again.
- Chris Coyne