It Takes a Thief (1968–1970)
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When Good Friends Get Together 

The Prince of an Asian country is visiting the US. There are concerns that an assassination attempt could happen. Mundy is asked to join the prince's house hold and try and spot any potential threats

Director:

Lee H. Katzin

Writers:

Roland Kibbee (created by), Dean Hargrove
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy
Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain
Rosemary Forsyth ... Miss Harris
Patrick Adiarte ... Crown Prince
James Shigeta ... Fong Sing
Frances Fong Frances Fong ... Madame Chen
Robert Ito ... Chief Aide
Keye Luke ... Dubek
Teru Shimada ... Mr. Tsu
Kam Tong ... 1st Servant
Stanley Farrar ... Bank Manager
Eve Bruce ... Miss Helga Nelson
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The Prince of an Asian country is visiting the US. There are concerns that an assassination attempt could happen. Mundy is asked to join the prince's house hold and try and spot any potential threats

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Al Mundy's line "Call me Arnie" is a reference to legendary golfing great Arnold Palmer (1929-2016). See more »

Quotes

Crown Prince: Goodbye, Al. Thanks for many things, including that last approach shot.
Alexander Mundy: Just call me Arnie, okay?
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Bad influence from the East
12 March 2015 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

In this episode, the hero Robert Wagner is in charge of a Young Asian prince, in order to prevent him being under bad influence against the USA. The relatives of the Young man are the evil ones, as you have already guesses. Including here James Shigeta, as a felon military intelligence officer; if you don't get who I am talking about, he is the future character of Takagi in DIE HARD, the big Japanese executive shot in the head by Alan Rickman, in his fancy suite of the Nakatomi Plaza tower. The beautiful gal is no one else than Rosemary Forsythe who co starred Charlton Heston in THE WARLORD, four years earlier. The heist part is not the most important here. But it is pleasant to be watched. No more. Directed by Lee Katzin, one more TV stuff specialist, very prolific.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 March 1968 (USA) See more »

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Universal Television See more »
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Runtime:

| (DVD)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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