|PRODUCTION # 6428|
12th. November, 1965
© MCMLXV FOUR STAR TELEVISION
All Rights Reserved
Honey risks losing her Investigator's license - and ultimately her life - when she tackles an arsonist.
Within a single month, four warehouses have been destroyed by fire - and all of them were insured with the same company.
Suspecting that the conflagrations had more to do with conspiracy than co-incidence, Honey determines which warehouse would logically be the next target, and breaks into it one night - accompanied by Sam - with the intention of catching the responsible party red-handed.
Concealing themselves on a high walkway, the two detectives are present when an Asbestos-suited figure enters the building and begins to hurl incendiary devices amongst the packing crates.
Although they succeed in trapping the infernal figure beneath a net, their quarry manages to extricate himself and escape, employing the fire bombs to keep Honey and Sam at bay.
With Lieutenant Barney of the L.A.P.D. threatening to prosecute them for any further violation of the law, and despite Confederated Insurance refusing to accept their offer of assistance, Honey and Sam persevere with their investigation and return to the scene of the previous night's attack.
Accidentally, Sam knocks over one of the packing crates - and discovers it contains old magazines, rather than the medical supplies listed on the manifest!
Leaving Sam at the warehouse, Honey sets out to deliver the news of their discovery to Canby - the Director of Confederated Insurance - and it is then that H. West and Company's problems begin to multiply...
|| Harry Basch|
R. J. Nelson
Developed for Television
Gwen Bagni and Paul Dubov
Based on the Honey West novels
Skip and Gloria Fickling
Norman S. Powell
Supervising Art Director
Music Supervision by
Director of Photography
Miss Francis' Gowns
Mr. Ericson's Wardrobe
|| Carlie Taylor|
Robert B. Harris
The characters and events depicted in this photoplay
are ficticious. Any similarity to persons, living or dead,
is purely coincidental.
A Four Star Production