Posted in: TV Shows by Roberta Striga on January 22, 2010

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Tales of the Gold Monkey Synopsis

Tales of the Gold Monkey is a pulp adventure television series produced by ABC that premiered in September of 1982.

Although Donald P. Bellisario pitched his idea for a pulp adventure series since the late 1970s, it was only after the success of the Indiana Jones franchise that the producers on ABC got interested about his series concept. Tales of the Gold Monkey was set in the Pacific in the late 1930s, the show’s focused on adventures of Jake Cutter (played by Stephen Collins), a former military pilot now working as owner of a private air cargo service. Over the course of the series, Cutter fought Nazis, Japanese spies and many other perils.

Tales of the Gold Monkey aired one season.

Episode List

Season 1

  • 1 – Tales of the Gold Monkey: Part 1 (S01E01 – 101)
  • 2 – Tales of the Gold Monkey: Part 2 (S01E02 – 102)
  • 3 – Shanghaied (S01E03 – 103)
  • 4 – Black Pearl (S01E04 – 104)
  • 5 – Legends Are Forever (S01E05 – 105)
  • 6 – Escape from Death Island (S01E06 – 106)
  • 7 – Trunk from the Past (S01E07 – 107)
  • 8 – Once a Tiger… (S01E08 – 108)
  • 9 – Honor Thy Brother (S01E09 – 109)
  • 10 – The Lady and the Tiger (S01E10 – 110)
  • 11 – The Late Sarah White (S01E11 – 111)
  • 12 – The Sultan of Swat (S01E12 – 112)
  • 13 – Ape Boy (S01E13 – 113)
  • 14 – God Save the Queen (S01E14 – 114)
  • 15 – High Stakes Lady (S01E15 – 115)
  • 16 – Force of Habit (S01E16 – 116)
  • 17 – Cooked Goose (S01E17 – 117)
  • 18 – Last Chance Louie (S01E18 – 118)
  • 19 – Naka Jima Kill (S01E19 – 119)
  • 20 – Boragora or Bust (S01E20 – 120)
  • 21 – A Distant Shout of Thunder (S01E21 – 121)
  • 22 – Mourning Becomes Matuka (S01E22 – 122)

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