The Adventurer Season 1 Episode 10: Has Anyone Here Seen Kelly?

Gene is having trouble getting a hold of Mike Kelly. No answers to calls, no one has seen him about and no sign of him at his office. This mystery begins when his Mike’s own apartment has a new blond tenant. Mike Kelly was last seen in an argument in a bar about a business transaction. Kelly is in some trouble, he is being used to traffic armaments to Africa. His good name is the perfect cover to get these items through customs without any questions. Just how will Gene stop these armaments getting to war torn Africa but also save the life of a good friend.

Personal Synopsis

Has anyone here seen Kelly is set in Geneva and that is about all that its good for. This episode does not grab me, I found myself drifting off while being bored and somewhat convoluted by the storyline. Gene’s friend is missing and no one knows why until Gene uncovers details of an argument that showed that Kelly was in distress. Without the overtly sexist overtones and without the lethargic acting by Gene Barry, this episode could have potentially been an interesting one. I loved seeing Sandor Elès and Eric Pohlmann in this episode, they really caught my attention but could only contribute a small part in making this episode tolerable.

Original Air-Date: 1972

Directed by Val Guest

Written by Tony Williamson

Gene Bradley- Gene Barry

Mr. Parminter- Barry Morse

Janitor- Norman Chappell

Edwards- Ronald Chenery

Carl- Barrie Cookson

Gerard Laroche- Sandor Elès

Mike Kelly- Rio Fanning

Dino- Michael Forrest

Jane- Sue Gerrard

Milena Corri- Anouska Hempel

Chris Jefford- Lionel Murton

Luigi- Eric Pohlmann

Beavis- Robert Raglan

Lanik- Christopher Sandford

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