Green Hornet Book

The Green Hornet: A History of Radio, Motion Pictures, Comics, and Television is a 2010 book by TV and radio historians Martin Grams and Terry Salomonson, with an introduction by Fred Foy. It serves as a complete history of the Green Hornet, and—unlike other references on the subject—is based entirely on primary research, which the authors assure is "absolutely accurate."[1]


Foreward -  vii
Introduction - ix
PART ONE: The Radio Program - 1
PART TWO: The Television Pilot - 284
PART THREE: The Television Program - 307
PART FOUR: The Cliffhanger Serials - 365
PART FIVE: The Comic Books - 393
PART SIX: The Radio Episode Guide - 423
PART SEVEN: The Television Episode Guide - 724
APPENDIX A: The Green Hornet Transcription (1947) - 752
APPENDIX B: The Origin Story, Sponsor Proposal - 762
APPENDIX C: Unused Betty Joyce Sample - 764
APPENDIX D: Mutual Radio Stations - 770
APPENDIX E: The Line-Up of 1947 - 772
APPENDIX F: Law and Order Round Table
APPENDIX G: William Dozier's Plea for a Renewal - 777
Selected Bibliography - 780
About the Authors - 781
Index - 782


  1. Grams, Martin, and Terry Salomonson. The Green Hornet: A History of Radio, Motion Pictures, Comics, and Television. Churchville, MD: OTR Publishing, L.L.C., 2010. Print.

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