Honey West (TV series)

Honey West (TV Series)

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Honey West is an American crime drama television series that aired on ABC during the 1965-1966 television season. The series stars Anne Francis as female private detective Honey West and John Ericson as her partner Sam Bolt.

The Honey West character was created by Gloria and Forrest E. "Skip" Fickling under the pseudonym "G.G. Fickling" in the late 1950s. West was one of the first female "private eyes" to ever appear on television. Francis first played West in the second season episode of Burke's Law entitled "Who Killed the Jackpot?", broadcast on April 2, 1965, which led to this series being commissioned as a spin-off. Honey West was intended to be the American equivalent of the popular characters played by Emma Peel and Cathy Gale in the British series The Avengers.


West has a partner and man-Friday, Sam Bolt (John Ericson, who had played the Francis character's brother Pete in the film Bad Day at Black Rock), who communicates with Honey via a radio hidden in her lipstick case. She also keeps an exotic pet ocelot named Bruce (in "The Fun-Fun Killer," which originally aired on March 4, 1966, the African series Daktari is showing on Honey's TV set, and Honey says, "Oh Bruce, why do we always have to watch your show?").

Her alluring feline qualities were reflected in her animal-print wardrobe and apartment decor. For sneaking around at night and engaging in energetic fight scenes, she wears a black...
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