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Honey West/A Million Bucks in Anybody's Language

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A Million Bucks in Anybody's Language
Season 1, Episode 12
Airdate December 3, 1965
Written by Tony Barrett
Directed by John Florea
Produced by Richard Newton
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A Million Bucks in Anybody's Language is the twelfth episode of the first season of Honey West.

Starring: Anne Francis (Honey West)

Co-Starring: John Ericson (Sam Bolt), Irene Hervey (Aunt Meg), Steve Ihnat (Garth)

Harry Bellaver (Charlie), Ken Lynch (Lieutenant Keller), Sarah Selby (Dora Neeley), Frank Scannell (Driver), Percy Helton (Wiley), Judy Kane (Dottie)

and Bruce (Himself)


Plot Overview

A fellow private eye is killed after making a frantic phone call to Honey, leading her and Sam to a gang of counterfeiters who are printing phony British pound notes.


Arc Advancement





The Show

Ken Lynch's character in this episode is listed as Lieutenant Keller in the end credits, but is referred to in the episode as Lieutenant Barney.

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments