Tales of The Gold Monkey - Episodes


No. Title Director Writer Original air date
1 Tales of the Gold Monkey (2 parts) Ray Austin Donald P. Bellisario September 22, 1982
2 Shanghaied Alan J. Levi Donald P. Bellisario September 29, 1982
3 Black Pearl Victor Lobl Dennis Capps, George Geiger, Bob Foster, Paul Savage, Donald P. Bellisario October 13, 1982
4 Legends Are Forever Virgil Vogel Milt Rosen, Reuben Leder, Donald P. Bellisario October 20, 1982
5 Escape From Death Island James Frawley Peter Elliot, Stephen Katz October 27, 1982
6 Trunk From the Past Christian I. Nyby II John Pashdag, Brady Westwater November 3, 1982
7 Once a Tiger... Winrich Kolbe L. Ford Neal, John Huff November 17, 1982
8 Honor Thy Brother Mike Vejar Jeff Ray, Danny Lee Cole, Bill Driskill, George Geiger November 24, 1982
9 The Lady and the Tiger Virgil Vogel Donald P. Bellisario December 8, 1982
10 The Late Sarah White Harvey S. Laidman Mary Ann Kasica, Michael Scheff, Donald P. Bellisario, George Geiger December 22, 1982
11 The Sultan of Swat Virgil Vogel David Brown January 5, 1983
12 Ape Boy Winrich Kolbe Andrew Schneider, Bill Driskill January 12, 1983
13 God Save the Queen Virgil Vogel George Geiger January 19, 1983
14 High Stakes Lady James Frawley Bill Driskill January 26, 1983
15 Force of Habit Harvey S. Laidman Tom Greene February 2, 1983
16 Cooked Goose Donald A. Baer Jay Huguely March 4, 1983
17 Last Chance Louie James Fargo Tom Greene, George Geiger March 11, 1983
18 Naka Jima Kill Jack Whitman Andrew Schneider, Tom Greene March 18, 1983
19 Boragora or Bust Ivan Dixon George Geiger, Tom Greene March 25, 1983
20 A Distant Shout of Thunder James Fargo Tom Greene, George Geiger April 8, 1983
21 Mourning Becomes Matuka David Jones Jay Huguely, Tom Greene, George Geiger June 1, 1983

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