Honey poses as a nurse to investigate a secretive billionaire supposedly suffering from a rare biochemical defect.

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Kelso King
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Honey poses as a nurse to investigate a secretive billionaire supposedly suffering from a rare biochemical defect.

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14 January 1966 (USA)  »

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Honey West: What else did you get?
Sam Bolt: Pictures of his tax returns. Shall we go back to the darkroom and see what develops?
Honey West: There's only one more name on the list. We might as well find it - Mr. King's nurse.
Sam Bolt: Ida Bering, girl swinger. She has a playpen out on Highland Avenue.
Honey West: Let's shake it and see what rattles.
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Honey and Richard Kiel
6 July 2015 | by (Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Honey and Sam are hired to check out the well-being of a reclusive billionaire who hasn't been seen in almost a decade.

What an enjoyable episode! King of the Mountain gets back to a more fun Honey West. With secret passages, body doubles, lots of gadgets, Honey undercover as a nurse, Richard Kiel, and a dungeon complete with a deadly bubbling hot spring . . . what more do you need? One of my favorite scenes is watching Honey run from the huge Richard Kiel. It's real hoot! This episode is action packed. In fact, this one is really constrained by the limited runtime. King of the Mountain could have easily filled an hour.

For the Name That Character Actor, there are lots and lots of options to pick from. I'll go with Dennis Patrick. He might have 166 acting credits, but my favorite of the bunch is his log run on Dark Shadows.


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