The book is available in paperback and ebook at HERE if you're interested.
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There's a new Green Hornet book available on Amazon Kindle (Paper copies to come next spring) called "Let's Roll, Kato" A Guide to TV's Green Hornet by Billie Ray Bates. This book contains an interview, insights, and Green Hornet memories from me. GH fans should check it out here.
Big thanks to Billie Ray Bates for including me in this book. Much appreciated.
It was the series that presented a beloved radio hero in living color on the small screen – and at the same time introduced a martial arts legend-in-the-making, Bruce Lee. It was “The Green Hornet,” produced by the team that brought you the 1966 “Batman” series and starring Van Williams as the emerald-clad avenger secretly posing as a criminal to bring down the most notorious gangsters, racketeers and wrongdoers.
In “Let’s Roll, Kato: A Guide to TV’s Green Hornet,” you’ll find lots of facts and fun surrounding this classic TV show:
- A history of the development of the series, as well as background on each of the principal stars
- Cast list and character guide
- Episode synopses, plus background on the storylines and scripts
- A look at the Black Beauty car, with input from owners of both screen-used and replica vehicles
- A listing of the many gadgets used by the Hornet, both inside the car and out
- An in-depth look at the books and comics that sprung from the series, with input from the writers and artists who helped produce them
- Detailed guide to the vast and varied merchandise celebrating the series, with plenty of photos (color in this Kindle edition!)
BRBTV has been a solid source of information on classic 1980s TV shows since 1998. You can learn more about the author and her other fun-fact reference guides, which focus on "Dallas," "Dynasty," "The Dukes of Hazzard," "Wonder Woman" and "The Secrets of Isis," at BRBTV.com. Also check out the BRBTV Reports in Kindle format on Amazon, quick and snappy feature stories for several classic animated shows.You can find Let’s Roll, Kato: A Guide to TV’s Green Hornet here.