Channel surfing, I noticed a local station had starting running "MeTV" on one of their secondary digital channels. It's sort of like Nick at Nite, running old shows, but it was running some old shows I'd never seen before and one of them was "Honey West" starring the late Anne Francis. She died ironically, if you recall, just a little while after Leslie Nielsen, her "Forbidden Planet" co-star.
Anyway, in "Honey West" she played a female private eye character, and it was pretty good. If you've never seen it before, and I hadn't it, it's well worth it. Anyway, she's sassy, feisty and wisecracking, is a judo expert who makes short work of gunmen trying to kill her and all that. And men of course throw themselves at her, but she pulls of this sort of aloof, "Don't bother me, silly boy" attitude sort of reminiscent of Mae West. And she manages all that while looking fabulous, even posing nicely in some of her fight scenes. It's a hoot.
It only lasted one season, '65 - '66, but she won an Emmy and a Golden Globe for the role. They shut it down because it was too expensive or something.