This episode is another international adventure for the Hardy Boys. After receiving a mysterious phone call from their father, Fenton Hardy, the brothers fly to Acapulco to deliver him some papers, only to discover that their father has gone missing, and their own lives are being targeted by an assassin. The adventure takes them hang gliding at the Acapulco shore, as well as sneaking around an historic abandoned prison. Plus, they get to hook up with a couple of American tourist girls while they are at it. I don't really have a lot to say about this episode, but it was a solid, fun installment in the series.
|Two Boys, One Phone|
THINGS TO WATCH FOR:
- The hotel the boys stay at in Acapulco is the same hotel, inside and out, as the one they stayed at in the episode "The Mystery of the Hollywood Phantom." The only differences are that the name of the hotel has been removed from the exterior of the building, and a poster that says "Mexico" on it has been hung up at the front desk.
- I think the the abandoned prison uses the same sets as Dracula's Castle from the episode "The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew Meet Dracula," but I'm not positive about that.
|Joe broods after the band won't let him perform a mariachi version of "Da Doo Ron Ron."|
|"I knew we shouldn't have shared a hotel room with Mötley Crüe!"|
BONUS! MUSIC VIDEOS:
Bob Dylan - Goin' To Acapulco
Goin To Acapulco - Bob Dylan from Paul Gonz on Vimeo.
Beat Happening - I Spy
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