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Superior quality is not a boast, it's a fact with this Green Hornet set.
These episodes were transferred direct from their original 35mm film prints! No TV logo bugs, or chopped content for more advertising. These are the real deal. Best quality and unedited...
They made 26 Green Hornet shows @ 6 per disc = 24 episodes (4 discs).
The last disc (#5) has Green Hornet eps 25 & 26 and the two Batman /Green Hornet Cross-over episodes.
Disc 6 has "Give 'em Enough Rope" and "A Frog is a Deadly weapon" (in B&W) are extremely rare copies of the show with original broadcast commercials... the only two episodes in circulation with original commercials.
If you want to total GH TV experience with even more Extras check out our Green Hornet Criterion Edition in our store.
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About the Green Hornet:
The Green Hornet is a television show on the ABC US television network. It aired for the 1966–1967 TV season, and starred Van Williams as the Green Hornet/Britt Reid and Bruce Lee as Kato.
Despite George W. Trendle's efforts to generate interest in a "Green Hornet" TV series in 1951 (and again in 1958) without success, it finally took another producer in a different decade to do so, due in part to another serial and comic book icon. Inspired by the success of the Batman series, ABC brought The Green Hornet to television in 1966-67, an adaptation which introduced martial artist Bruce Lee to American audiences as Kato and starred Van Williams as the Green Hornet. Unlike Batman, the TV version of The Green Hornet was played straight, but in spite of the considerable interest in Lee, it was cancelled after only one season. However, the rise of Lee as a major movie star ensured continued interest in the property to the point where proposed Green Hornet productions typically have the casting of some major martial arts film star as Kato as the first order of business. Lee's popularity in Hong Kong, where he was raised, was such that the show was marketed there as The Kato Show. The Green Hornet and Kato also made appearances on Batman .
No. of seasons
No. of episodes
26 (List of episodes)
Richard M. Bluel (23 episodes)
Stanley Shpetner (2 episodes)
Fred R. Feitshans Jr.
20th Century-Fox Television
September 9, 1966 – March 17, 1967
Ships in paper sleeves, no art, no boxes.
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