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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Hawaii Five-O' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'Hawaii Five-O':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

September 20, 1968: Cocoon (1)
Season 1, episode 1
W: Leonard Freeman   D: Paul Wendkos

With Wright Esser (Captain Schroeder), Khigh Dhiegh (Wo Fat), Andrew Duggan (Miller), Leslie Nielsen (Brent), Nancy Kwan (Rosemary Quong), Lew Ayres (Governor), James Gregory (Jonathan Kaye), Philip Ahn (Attorney General), Mitzi Hoag (May), Noah Keen (Dr Bernard).
The pilot movie which became the CBS series. Steve McGarrett investigates the death of a close friend who seems to have drowned. Only when he digs deeper does McGarrett discover the chilling truth of the matter. McGarrett is caught and "cocooned".

January 1, 1969: Pray Love Remember, Pray Love Remember
Season 1, episode 14
W: John D.F. Black   D: Richard Benedict

With Jim Demarest (Fred Babbitt), Arthur Hee (Pindar), Denny Miller (John Hayes), Ron Feinberg (Benny Apa), Marla Kyo (Miyoshi Kuniyoshi), Geoffrey Thorpe (Little Boy), Robert Luck (Stanley), Adam DeMarais (Lt. Powers), Jorie Remus (Risa Babbitt).
A burly, athletic-type student at the University of Hawaii's East-West Center is suspected of homicide when his Indonesian sweetheart is found dead beside a fish pond.

January 8, 1969: King Of The Hill
Season 1, episode 15
W: John D.F. Black   D: Jack Shea

With Danny Kamekona (Charley Takahashi), Yaphet Kotto (John Auston), Jeff Corey (Doctor Hanson), L.Q. Jones (Colonel Lew Cardell), Richard Bull (Doctor Shirmer), Gina Villines (Mary Karabinos), Lawrence Templar (Cutter), Seth Riggs (Peter Miller), Alex Todd (Reporter), Douglas Barden (Bert Rosen), Napua Stevens (Nurse Rizzo), Jack McCoy (Jack Francis), Robert Krewson (Abe), Chester Dods (Officer Tuck).
On a rest and recreation leave in Hawaii, a Marine corporal gets hit with a baseball bat accidentally. Regaining consciousness in a hospital, he believes he's back in Vietnam, and when Danny Williams tries to assist him he's shot.

January 15, 1969: Uptight
Season 1, episode 16
W: Mel Goldberg   D: Seymour Robbie

With Ed Flanders (Professor Stone), Brenda Scott (Donna), John McLiam (Ralph Hastings), Susan O'Connell (Eadie Hastings), James Bertino (Dr. Fuller), Doreen Lang (Sara Hastings), Raymond Kauhane (Dave Robbins), Gray Gleason (Zero), Robert Ing (Police Officer), Earl Thompson (Izzy).
Danny Williams sees a young girl fall -- or jump -- from a high scaffold to her death, and later learns she was under the influence of a psychedelic drug at the time.

January 22, 1969: The Face Of The Dragon
Season 1, episode 17
W: Robert C. Dennis   D: Richard Benedict

With Ed Sheehan (Colonel Tyler), Yankee Chang (Bus Driver), Arthur Hee (Landlord), Jackie Coogan (Horace Sibley), David Opatoshu (Shen Lu), Herb Jeffries (Jardine), Soon-Teck Oh (Lewis Shen), Victor Sen Yung (Dr Kuh), Nancy Kovack (Alexandra), George 'Keoki' Awai (Kim Jardine), Allan Tan (Harvey Fong), Hai Luen Corragio (Amy Soo), Norman Wright (Professor Foley).
McGarrett and his unit go into action when a man who is carrying the bubonic plague turns up in the islands at the same time a top-secret military weapon disappears.

January 29, 1969: The Box
Season 1, episode 18
W: John D.F. Black   D: Seymour Robbie

With Eddie Sherman (Sherm), Al Harrington (Toshi), Clarence Garcia (Glen), Nephi Hannemann (Gus), Gerald S. O'Loughlin (Carl Swanson), Gavin MacLeod (Big Chicken), R.G. Armstrong (Captain Wade), Bob Doyle (Tommy), Wes Young (Wes), Dave Donnelly (Dave), Bert Darr (Bert), David Leegant (Frank), John Henry Russell (Dr. Patchett), Kalani Kinimaka (Jim), Wayne Want (Sharpshooter), John Farias (Ed).
When a pair of convicts, facing life imprisonment, threaten the lives of seven fellow inmates held hostage in a prison, McGarrett gambles in offering himself as a trade for the men's lives.

February 19, 1969: Once Upon A Time (1)
Season 1, episode 21
W: Leonard Freeman   D: Michael Caffey

With Joanne Linville (Dr C. L. Fremont), Nancy Malone (Mary Ann Whalen), David Sheiner (Zipser), John Carter (Tom Whalen), Bartlett Robinson (Albert Woodson), William Schallert (Defense Counsel Herbert), Beah Richards (Mama), Bill Zuckert (Judge Adamson), Davis Roberts (Chester Grant), John Miner (Dr. Porter), Victoria Hale (File Clerk), Lynn Wood (Mrs. Kinney), Tony deMilo (Cemetery Man).
McGarrett flies to Los Angeles to build a case against a practitioner who is victimizing his sister and her seriously ill baby with a phony "treatment" machine.

February 26, 1969: Once Upon A Time (2)
Season 1, episode 22
W: Leonard Freeman   D: Michael Caffey, Abner Biberman

With Joanne Linville (Dr C. L. Fremont), Nancy Malone (Mary Ann Whalen), David Sheiner (Zipser), Beah Richards (Mama), John Carter (Tom Whalen), Bartlett Robinson (Albert Woodson), Bill Zuckert (Judge Adamson), William Schallert (Defense Counsel Herbert), Davis Roberts (Chester Grant), John Miner (Dr. Porter), Victoria Hale (File Clerk), Lynn Wood (Mrs. Kinney), Tony deMilo (Cemetery Man).
Steve McGarrett takes a cure-all practitioner to court, although public sentiment favors her when she seems to have a foolproof case.





September 24, 1969: A Thousand Pardons -- You're Dead!
Season 2, episode 1
W: Mel Goldberg   D: Nicholas Colasanto

With Clarence Garcia (Lt. Fujita), Harry Guardino (Sergeant Simms), James Hong (James Watanu), Loretta Swit (Anna Stockton Shroeder), Barbara Nichols (Betsy), Barbara Luna (Yoko Collins).
Three soldiers are killed in separate sections of Vietnam and each of their brides die mysteriously after collecting the GI insurance.

October 8, 1969: Forty Feet High And It Kills!
Season 2, episode 3
W: Robert C. Dennis   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Bill Bigelow (John Padway), Khigh Dhiegh (Wo Fat), Wright Esser (Dr. Michael Crichton), Will Geer (Professor Harold Lochner), Sabrina Scharf (Victoria Lochner).
A foreign power plots a false tidal wave alert to divert attention from the kidnapping of a famous genetic engineer who has discovered a revolutionary breakthrough in chemistry that will produce a super race.

October 15, 1969: Just Lucky, I Guess
Season 2, episode 4
W: Jay Roberts, Mel Goldberg   D: Nicholas Colasanto

With Robert Costa (Shoeshine Man), Mitch Mitchell (Lt. Bill Croft), Sam Peters (Doorman), Anne Helm (Joyce), Albert Paulsen (Charley Bombay), John Randolph (Marty Sloane), Elaine Joyce (Angela Carlson), Herb Vigran (Willie), Tom Castronova (First Hood), Billy Whitewolf (Second Hood), Roy Uehara (Waiter), Leimomi Makanani (Operator), George Gunkle (Bartender), Kuhkie Kuhns (Fanny), William Schwab (Conventioneer).
A tourist has a night on the town and stirs up a lifetime of trouble when McGarrett enlists his assistance as a witness to break up a narcotics ring.

November 5, 1969: Sweet Terror
Season 2, episode 7
W: Robert C. Dennis   D: Richard Benedict

With Bill Bigelow (Leonard Burleson), Fred Titcomb (Official), Galen Kam (Li), C. K. Huang (Chemist), Soon-Teck Oh (Lao), Theodore Bikel (Erich Stoss), Philip Ahn (Quon), Linda Marsh (Marianna de Nava), Alex McAngus (Esteban), Bill Reddick (Hendricks), Emma Veary (Nurse Mako), Dick Cook (Bridger), Margie MacLeay (Stewardess), Victor Young (Kim), Joe Brennan (Gillard), Kenneth Ing (Doctor), Betty Ann Berry (Nurse), Chuck Couch (Cab Driver).
A sketch drawn by a U.S. agent exposes McGarrett to a grim possiblity of germ warfare and potential loss of Hawaii's sugar industry.

November 12, 1969: King Kamehameha Blues
Season 2, episode 8
W: Robert Hamner   D: Barry Shear

With Barton McCullough (Officer Larry Kai), Brandon de Wilde (Arnold Potter), Jennifer Leak (Diana Cole), Vincent Eder (Johnny Kalama), Randall Kim (Eddie), Hal Lewis (Announcer), Robert Dixon (Thorpe).
A college student attempts a perfect crime in stealing one of the 50th state's most cherished symbols, King Kamehameha's royal robe.

November 19, 1969: The Singapore File
Season 2, episode 9
W: Robert C. Dennis   D: Robert Gist

With Ed Sheehan (Holloway), Marj Dusay (Nicole Wylie), Raymond Tan (Inspector Fong), Daniel Leegant (Ravasco), Wallace Landford (Emil), Freda May Bird (Mrs. Gladden), Bunny Kahanamoku (Kai), Dick Brady (Victor), Richard Wulf (Patterson).
Nicole Wylie is a witness to a crime who fled Hawaii for Singapore instead of testifying. McGarrett receives a call in which he's told Nicole now wants to testify and he must return her safely to the islands.

November 26, 1969: All The King's Horses
Season 2, episode 10
W: William Robert Yates   D: Richard Benedict

With Jim Demarest (Senator Colt), James Gregory (Mike Finney), Jason Evers (Charles Irwin), Lyle Bettger (Joe Fletcher), Keye Luke (Senator Oishi), Karen Huston (Judith), Charles Gilbert (Rudy), Nick Benedict (Hit Man), Morgan Sha'an (Vince Watson), Elizabeth Smith (Tour Guide), Kathee Francis (Betsy), Pitt Herbert (Process Server), Richard Benedict (Charlie).
Investigator Steve McGarrett is asked to build a case against an ex-racketeer for the political benefit of a state probe committee.

December 3, 1969: Leopard On The Rock
Season 2, episode 11
W: Palmer Thompson   D: Irving J. Moore

With Robert Costa (Bao), Beau Van Den Ecker (Truck Driver), Bruce Wilson (Hood-Clovis), Titos Vandis (Utomo Jhakal), Joe De Santis (Akbar Savang), Paul Stevens (Luang Koryo), Cynthia Hull (Banu Savang), Bob Basso (Earl Walters), Ted Thorpe (Alec Abbott), Daniel Ades (Melang).
Steve McGarrett has 1 hour and 45 minutes to make preparations to protect a dictator-president of an Asian nation when his personal jet makes an unwelcome emergency landing in Hawaii.

December 10, 1969: The Devil And Mr. Frog
Season 2, episode 12
W: Robert C. Dennis   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Arthur Hee (Farmer), Jim Demarest (Frank Luther), Frank Marth (Gibbons), James Hong (Tot Kee), Bill Zuckert (Gainham), Melody Patterson (Missy), Geoffrey Thorpe (Scotty Gainham), Mark LeBuse (Mike Rader), Galen Kam (Garoyan).
The young son of a wealthy man is kidnapped and a demand of $300,000 is made. The youth manages to escape, but not before his father pays the ransom.

December 17, 1969: The Joker's Wild, Man, Wild
Season 2, episode 13
W: Jack Turley   D: Gene Nelson

With Yankee Chang (Tour Bus Driver), Beverley McKinsey (Jo Louise Mailer), Kaz Garas (Craig Howard), Eddie Firestone (Stumbles), Lani Kai (Billy), Philip Bolton (Harlan Davis), Jimmy Smith (Royce Ellington Mailer).
A spoiled Texas heiress pits beachboy against playboy in a sadistic card game.

December 31, 1969: Blind Tiger
Season 2, episode 15
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Abner Biberman

With Tommy Fujiwara (Emergency Room Doctor), Remi Abellira (Poto), Marion Ross (Nurse Edith Lavallo), Robert Edwards (Masterson), Bob Gleason (Dr. Rackman), Suzan Carney (Nurse Feinberg), Bunny Kahanamoku (Sam Lee), Alan Naluai (Jimmy).
A surprise birthday party for McGarrett ends with an attempt on his life when he is blinded as his car blows up.

January 7, 1970: Bored, She Hung Herself
Season 2, episode 16
W: Mel Goldberg   D: John Newland

With Herman Wedemeyer (Lt. Grayson), Don Quine (Don Miles), Pamela Murphy (Wanda), William Smithers (Warren Parker), Patricia Herman (Paula Weatherly), Eugene McDunnah (Charles Weatherly), Joel Berliner (Hank Weatherly).
The supposed suicide of the daughter of a prominent psychiatrist seems to involve her malingering boyfriend. Her psychiatrist father believes the long-haired mystic his daughter was living with is responsible.

January 14, 1970: Run, Johnny, Run
Season 2, episode 17
W: Mel Goldberg   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Beau Van Den Ecker (Fred Waters), Remi Abellira (Thomas Mala), Christopher Walken (Walt Kramer), Jack Ging (Carl Anderson), Nephi Hannemann (Johnny Mala), Marcy Brown (Sue Waters), Myrtle Hilo (Napua Mala), Al Michaels (Dave Bronstein).
McGarrett and his special force run into Naval resistance when they try to bring a shooting suspect in under civil law to protect him.

January 21, 1970: Killer Bee
Season 2, episode 18
W: Anthony Lawrence   D: Paul Stanley

With Peggy Anne Siegmund (Enid Emory), David Arkin (George Loomis), Jeff Pomerantz (Ted Frazer), Doreen Lang (Emilia Watson), Chapman Lam (Dr. Wong), Douglas Mossman (Keoki Daniels), Harold Best (David Emory), Joseph V. Stewart (Wade Emory).
McGarrett is called into a kidnapping case and discovers the suspect is a Vietnam vet with psychological problems whch compel him to his acts of crime.

January 28, 1970: The One With The Gun
Season 2, episode 19
W: Robert C. Dennis   D: Murray Golden

With Mitch Mitchell (George Byas), Josie Over (Lilo), Tommy Fujiwara (Shogi), John Colicos (Lorenzo Corman), Julie Gregg (Maggie Corman), Jack Soo (Sam Quong), Arthur Franz (Del Enright), Steve Logan (Peter Corman), Bruce Wilson (Larry Puana).
Dissatisfied with Steve McGarrett's progress on a murder, a man sets out to track down his young brother's killer and almost becomes a murderer himself.

February 4, 1970: Cry, Lie
Season 2, episode 20
W: Preston Wood   D: Paul Stanley

With Ed Sheehan (Dave Garland), Clarence Garcia (Craig), Derek Mau (Jerry Amuru), Martin Sheen (Eddie Calhao), George Petrie (Austin Summers), Larry Ronson (Karl Brohme), Evelyn Carlson (Mrs. Kelly), Geoffrey Heise (Ray), Jerry Cox (Vern), Leighton Lee (Tim Kelly), Glenn Cannon (Ken Stone).
Steve McGarrett's discovers someone is out to discredit his organization by accusing one of his trusted aides of accepting a bribe from a narcotics dealer.

February 11, 1970: Most Likely To Murder
Season 2, episode 21
W: Robert Hamner   D: Nicholas Colasanto

With Linda Ryan (Gloria Warren), Tom Skerritt (Lew Morgan), Sam Melville (Gary Oliver), Lani Kai (Lonnie), Jennifer Billingsley (Annette Barnes), Bill Baist (Sergeant Nakamuro), Brendan Furtado (Priest), Alice Lemon (Mrs. Shivley), Elithe Aguiar (Elise), Jane Adrian (Mrs.Hadwel).
The investigation of a murder reveals the victim to be the wife of Danny's old schoolmate and fellow police officer.

February 18, 1970: Nightmare Road
Season 2, episode 22
W: Jack Turley   D: John Newland

With Bill Bigelow (Dr. Logan), George Groves (Won See), Charles Aidman (Dr. Royce), Pilar Seurat (Theresa Dietrich), Fred Beir (Merrill Carson), Ronald Long (Kreuter), Gregg Kim (Lo Quan).
A noted research scientist is duped into believing he shot a man. His disappearance from a vital government post is linked to a foreign power's plot to kidnap him.

February 25, 1970: Three Dead Cows At Makapuu (1)
Season 2, episode 23
W: Anthony Lawrence   D: Marvin Chomsky

With Ed Flanders (Professor Alexander Kline), Fred Titcomb (Dr. Hewitt), Yankee Chang (Dr. Soong), Loretta Swit (Wanda Russell), Karl Swenson (Abel Morgan), H.M. Wynant (Colonel Sindell), Dana Elcar (Dr. Benjamin), Ken Drake (Malden), Lynne Ellen Hollinger (Shirley Harris), Elizabeth Smith (Telephone Supervisor).
A scientific genius disappears from a government lab in Washington, D.C. after discovering a biological mutation which is hostile to every form of life on earth.

March 4, 1970: Three Dead Cows At Makapuu (2)
Season 2, episode 24
W: Anthony Lawrence   D: Marvin Chomsky

With Yankee Chang (Dr. Soong), Ed Flanders (Professor Alexander Kline), Fred Titcomb (Dr. Hewitt), Loretta Swit (Wanda Russell), Karl Swenson (Abel Morgan), H.M. Wynant (Colonel Sindell), Dana Elcar (Dr. Benjamin), Ken Drake (Malden), Lynne Ellen Hollinger (Shirley Harris), Elizabeth Smith (Telephone Supervisor).
McGarrett and his team of investigators have 12 hours to find a test-tube filled with the deadly "Q strain" which a scientist has hidden.

March 11, 1970: Kiss The Queen Goodbye
Season 2, episode 25
W: Jack Turley   D: Abner Biberman

With Joanne Linville (Camilla Carver), Christopher Cary (Michael), George Gaynes (Thurman Elliott), Druanne Setlow (Amanda), Hal Lewis (Lt. Carlo), Hans Collin (Dietrich), George Herman (Pawnshop Owner), Howard Gottschalk (Bradley).
A jewel thief in the guise of a socialite decides to steal a treasured gem belinging to Hawaiian royalty by using an ex-movie idol as a pawn in her scheme.





September 16, 1970: And A Time To Die
Season 3, episode 1
W: Ken Pettus   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Khigh Dhiegh (Wo Fat), Michael Leong (Sanders), Danny Kamekona (Chung), Chuck Couch (Shepard), Gerald S. O'Loughlin (Sam Kavanaugh), Donald Moffat (Dr. Forbes), Norman duPont (Glenn Ralston), Sherry Plep (Ellen Forbes), Linda Ryan (Janet Forbes), Nick Nickolas (Oren), Baird Miller (Tyler).
Series begins its third year with the problem of corralling foreign agents responsible for critically wounding a U.S. government undercover agent on his return from a 10-year mission in Red China.

September 23, 1970: Trouble In Mind
Season 3, episode 2
W: Mel Goldberg, Sasha Gilien   D: Danny Arnold

With Nancy Wilson (Eadie Jordan), Milton Selzer (Ron), Robert Gibbons (Rags), Dave Burton (Harry), Remi Abellira (Boy), Morton Stevens (Hank), Hal Lewis (Kiley), Harry Guardino (Mike).
A failing singer's attempt at a comeback is shattered by her involvement in contaminated narcotics smuggling which is being investigated by McGarrett.

September 30, 1970: The Second Shot
Season 3, episode 3
W: Eric Bercovici   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Wright Esser (Greek Doctor), John Marley (Dr. Gregorios Lemira), Eric Braeden (Klaus Marberg), Charlene Polite (Anna Lemira), Walter Brooke (Samuel Hammock), Nicholas Georgiade (Andreas), Antonios Karidimas (Paulos), Ronald Kent (Ahmed Schwed), Henry Woltag (Greek Colonel), John Henry Russell (Airport Official), Camille Yamamoto (Nurse), Harry Chang (Dr Chen).
McGarrett and his special unit find themselves in the middle of a political assassination plot when an influential foreign correspondent comes to the island to interview an exiled political figure.

October 7, 1970: Time And Memories
Season 3, episode 4
W: Jerry Ludwig   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With Diana Muldaur (Cathy Wallis), Martin Sheen (Arthur Dixon), Edward Andrews (Roswell Borden), Katherine Cannon (Joan Wallis), Kathleen O'Rourke (Stewardess), Jose Mordeno (Houseboy), Helen Vincent (Louise's Mother), Willa-Jo Broussard (Louise).
A tender memory in McGarrett's past is suddenly shaken when his former fiancee finds her husband slain.

October 14, 1970: The Guarnerius Caper
Season 3, episode 5
W: Ken Pettus   D: Tony Leader

With Jim Demarest (Babbitt), Ed Flanders (Dmitri Rostov), Ah Vah (Tojo), Wright Esser (Gino Mazzini), David 'Lippy' Espinda (Taxi Driver), Albert Paulsen (Josef Sarpa), Anthony James (Hutch), Kenneth O'Brien (Deke), Larry Ronson (Jared Gifford), Susan Stewart (Luanna).
When the theft of a priceless violin belonging to a touring Russian musician threatens to explode into an international incident, state police intervene despite word from Washington to drop the case.

October 21, 1970: The Ransom
Season 3, episode 6
W: Jerry Ludwig, Eric Bercovici   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Andrew Duggan (Obie O'Brien), Lloyd Gough (Nelson Blake), Ron Hayes (Roy), Peter Bonerz (Earl), Geoffrey Thorpe (Timmy Blake), Winston Char (Harris), Leonelle Anderson (Ticket Girl), William Mount (Cornfield), Douglas Mossman (Detective).
McGarrett's efforts to rescue the son of a wealthy man from kidnappers backfires when one of his own men becomes a prisoner of the thugs along with the youth.

October 28, 1970: Force Of Waves
Season 3, episode 7
W: Mark Rodgers, Eric Bercovici   D: Paul Krasny

With Carole Kai (Nurse), William Keoho (Officer John Onoe), Ann McCormack (Grace Sloan), Thomas Norton (Clark Sloan), Grace Albertson (Dr. Landis), Diane Morrissey (Alicia Anderson), James Daris (Neal Porter), Linda Marsh (Maria Sloan), Dewey Martin (Richard Fairbirne), John Vernon (Cal Anderson).
The investigation of a boat explosion that killed a wealthy businessman indicates the widow's previous husband was responsible -- until a series of coincidences and similarities tie the death with that of several other wealthy men who left families for younger women.

November 4, 1970: The Reunion
Season 3, episode 8
W: Paul Playdon   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Simon Oakland (Frank Epstein), Barry Atwater (Michael Holt), Joe Maross (Mitch Bradley), Teru Shimada (Shigato/Rashiri), Daws Dawson (Charlie Llacuna).
McGarrett and his squad attempt to clear a millionaire businessman accused of being a former Japanese officer who cruelly mistreated World War II prisoners of war.

November 11, 1970: The Late John Louisiana
Season 3, episode 9
W: Jerry Ludwig, Eric Bercovici   D: Paul Stanley

With Al Harrington (Charlie), Kwan Hi Lim (Maui Coroner), Don Stroud (Nick Pierson), Marianne McAndrew (Julie Grant), Alfred Ryder (Harry Quon), Hilo Hattie (Mrs. Pruitt), John Alexis Howard (Apartment Manager), John LaBrecque (Tigner), Walter Young (John Louisiana), Herb Rogers (Harmon).
McGarrett searches for a witness to a murder and convinces her to testify before the crime's prime suspect finds her.

November 18, 1970: The Last Eden
Season 3, episode 10
W: Jerry Ludwig, Eric Bercovici   D: Paul Stanley

With Tommy Fujiwara (Eddie Kamoko), Mitch Mitchell (Major Phelps), Terry Plunkett (Charlie the Bartender), Ray Danton (Jimmy Nuanu), Paul Stevens (Walter Colfax), Bruce Wilson (Lyons), Dan Jacques Kaleikini (Joey Nuanu), Richard Morrison (Professor Hale), Robert Harker (Sgt. Dobbs), Robert Luck (Zane), Steve Merrick (Sutton), Wallace Landford (Briggs).
A nightclub star who is a crusader for ecological sanity in Hawaii is framed as the saboteur of an inadequate sewage treatment plant.

November 25, 1970: Over Fifty? Steal!
Season 3, episode 11
W: E. Arthur Kean   D: Bob Sweeney

With Hume Cronyn (Lewis Avery Filer), Galen Kam (Mr. Kam), Donna Benz Goodley (Margie), John Hunt (Wally Emerson), Robin Claire Mann (Mrs. Carey), Les Keiter (Perstin Franklin), Emmett Rose (Emmett), Bob Jones (Driggs).
A master burglar, of such brazen daring that he ignites a political inferno around Steve McGarrett, glories in such taunting, publicity-grabbing stunts as reporting his own heists to the police and leaving their fingerprints at the scenes of his crimes.

December 2, 1970: Beautiful Screamer
Season 3, episode 12
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Tony Leader

With Bernard Ching (Roberts), Lloyd Bochner (Walter Gregson), Laraine Stephens (Sally Gregson), Anne Archer (Jane Michaels), Jack McCoy (Alan Ryland), Michael Medeiros (Pete King), Richard Gossett (Brewster), Emma Veary (Miss Costello), Linda Marsh (Valerie Holmes), Adrian McKibbin (Mark Davis), Jim Lathrop (Tennis Pro).
When Danny Williams' fiancee becomes the second of two girls slain in quick succession under similar circumstances, the suspicion is that it is the work of the same man, possibly a Hawaiian socialite.

December 9, 1970: The Payoff
Season 3, episode 13
W: Ken Pettus   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With Alan Naluai (Oliver), Albert Salmi (Vince Ryan), Joyce Van Patten (Lila Daniels), Madlyn Rhue (Madge), Warren Vanders (Jase Gorman), Robert Edwards (Bemis), Richard Brady (Lew Kelso), William Cataldo (Desk Clerk), Paul Carr (Toomey Walsh).
McGarrett and his unit have to search for a burglar and his girl friend in order to save their lives from two men seeking vengeance.

December 16, 1970: The Double Wall
Season 3, episode 14
W: Jerry Ludwig, Eric Bercovici   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Al Harrington (Prison Guard Bates), Bill Bigelow (Rycourt), Monte Markham (Harry Kellem), William Schallert (Craig Wilkie), Joan Van Ark (Freda Cowan), Sorrell Booke (Dr. Sam Berman), Richard Roat (Ted Cowan), Peter Whitney (Bedford), Mills Watson (Barney Banyan), R.G. Armstrong (Warden), Morgan Sha'an (Frank Ritchie), Terry Plunkett (Officer Spivack), Bob Jones (Beldock).
McGarrett and his state police will try to prove innocent a convicted murderer in order to save the life of a prison doctor he's holding hostage.

December 30, 1970: Paniolo
Season 3, episode 15
W: Ed Adamson   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Bill Bigelow (Lester Cronin), Beau Van Den Ecker (Charlie), Michael Morgan (Ben Kubota), Albert Harris (Dr. Woodrow), Frank Silvera (Frank Kuakua), Royal Dano (Hody Linquist), Marilyn Chris (Dorothy Owens), George 'Keoki' Awai (Bud Owens), Gary Danley (Posse Member), Robert Luck (Harry Pawai).
One of Hawaii's few remaining small ranchers tries to fight off man and progress. Following a fatal accident he escapes to the hills to avoid capture.

January 6, 1971: Ten Thousand Diamonds And A Heart
Season 3, episode 16
W: E. Arthur Kean   D: Paul Stanley

With Wayne Oxford (Stanley Tripp), Michael Morgan (Exchange Room Guard), Norman duPont (Potter), Tim O'Connor (Sheldon Orwell), Paul Stewart (Willard Lennox), Logan Ramsey (Edmund Putney), John McCormick (Harding), Bruce Stillians (Meade), Mark Sebastian (Ogden), Ward Bensen (Murray), William Monteilh (Burke), Leonard Jenkins (Lobby Guard), Edward Bush (HPD Officer).
McGarrett and his police unit prepare to cope with a big robbery attempt, which they believe is in the offing due to the prison escape of a convict and his linkup with a notorious old-time mobster.

January 13, 1971: To Kill Or Be Killed
Season 3, episode 17
W: Anthony Lawrence   D: Paul Stanley

With Michael Anderson Jr. (Michael Rigney), John Anderson (Brigadier General Earl Rigney), Peter Jason (Jack Rigney), Joy Bang (Gail Howard), Dorothy Green (Nancy Rigney), Philip Grayson (Lt. Bennett), Al Eben (Max Heller), Thomas McWilliams (Alan Croyden), Donald Weller (Rafe Bellamy), Glenn Cannon (Colonel Franklin), Robert Dixon (Jonathan Kaye), Brooks Almy (Anne James), Dave Donnelly (Mathews), Freda May Bird (Mrs. Jessup).
McGarrett's investigation of the death of a Vietnam hero is obstructed by Army intelligence.

January 27, 1971: F.O.B. Honolulu (1)
Season 3, episode 18
W: Jerry Ludwig, Eric Bercovici   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Ed Fernandez (Ship Captain), Khigh Dhiegh (Wo Fat), John McMartin (Ron Nicholson), Sabrina Scharf (Nicole Fleming), Roger C. Carmel (Misha Toptegan), Monte Landis (Tony Madrid), Melvin Kwon (Lee Foy), Peggy Oumansky (Mrs. Spencer), Ed Sheehan (Customs Officer).
McGarrett, while acting for the CIA, tracks down a pair of printing plates stolen from the U.S. government and sought by three other governments.

February 3, 1971: F.O.B. Honolulu (2)
Season 3, episode 19
W: Jerry Ludwig, Eric Bercovici   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Khigh Dhiegh (Wo Fat), Ed Fernandez (Ship Captain), Ed Sheehan (Customs Officer), John McMartin (Ron Nicholson), Sabrina Scharf (Nicole Fleming), Roger C. Carmel (Misha Toptegan), Monte Landis (Tony Madrid), Melvin Kwon (Lee Foy), Peggy Oumansky (Mrs. Spencer).
McGarrett, while acting for the CIA, attempts to buy a pair of printing plates for $2 million from a U.S. Naval Intelligence agent who has stolen them in order to peddle them to the highest bidder.

February 10, 1971: The Gunrunner
Season 3, episode 20
W: James D. Buchanan, Ronald Austin   D: Tony Leader

With Kwan Hi Lim (Cleric), Danny Kamekona (General), Beau Van Den Ecker (Separatist), Paul Burke (Ben Cunningham), Marian McCargo (Claire Cunningham), George Murdock (Hank Merrill), Arthur Batanides (Consul Sangree), Phillip Pine (Bajano), Daws Dawson (Lt. Imar Kanjil), Clayton Naluai (Kidnapper), Al Waterson (Aide).
When an armaments exporter's wife is kidnapped, he reluctantly concedes to McGarrett that the crime may have some connection with his business.

February 17, 1971: Dear Enemy
Season 3, episode 21
W: Jackson Gillis   D: Murray Golden

With Ah Vah (Bill Makoto), Vera Miles (Flora Whiting), Gary Collins (Henry Lockman), John Lupton (Fred Whiting), Bob Gleason (Dr Wurderman), William O'Donnell (Senator Amos Bolin), David 'Lippy' Espinda (Harry), Sue McCollum (Woman), Dub Taylor (Ray Tobias).
After probing one murder, McGarrett learns he's been the victim of a hoax, but at the same time he catches the scent of the solution to an earlier and more significant murder.

February 24, 1971: The Bomber And Mrs. Moroney
Season 3, episode 22
W: Jerry Ludwig, Eric Bercovici   D: Paul Stanley

With Clarence Garcia (Corry), Mark Jenkins (Marty Collins), Hope Summers (Minnie Leona Moroney), Douglas Mossman (Mossman), Earl Thompson (Sergeant Emmerson), Verne Hoke (Officer Kyle), Roland Naauao (Officer Olena), Harold Iseke (Roark), Bea Barrett-Davis (Mrs. Collins), Terrilee Kekoolani (Diane), Doug Kaya (Bell), Barton McCullough (Officer #1), Arte McCullough (Officer #2).
An armed lunatic who blames his brother's death on Danny Williams invades police headquarters to exact revenge. He takes four people hostage, booby-traps the door and informs all that he, himself, is a walking time-bomb.

March 3, 1971: The Grandstand Play (1)
Season 3, episode 23
W: Adrian Spies   D: Paul Stanley

With Josie Over (Horton's Girl), Arthur Hee (Doctor), Tommy Fujiwara (Galvin), Ed Fernandez (Apartment Manager), Pernell Roberts (Lon Phillips), Don Chastain (Lou Horton), Barry Atwater (Lester Workman), Elliott Street (Gary Phillips), Electra Gailas Fair (Emily Workman), Jock Mahoney (Coley Bennett), Laola Ohai (Tour Guide), Joe Rose (Stadium Announcer), Tim Tindall (Holbrook), Sod Young (Lily Ahn).
McGarrett's squad tries to protect from assassination the retarded son of a baseball star who, they suspect, knows the identity of a murderer.

March 10, 1971: The Grandstand Play (2)
Season 3, episode 24
W: Adrian Spies   D: Paul Stanley

With Josie Over (Horton's Girl), Arthur Hee (Doctor), Tommy Fujiwara (Galvin), Ed Fernandez (Apartment Manager), Tim Tindall (Holbrook), Pernell Roberts (Lon Phillips), Don Chastain (Lou Horton), Barry Atwater (Lester Workman), Elliott Street (Gary Phillips), Electra Gailas Fair (Emily Workman), Jock Mahoney (Coley Bennett), Laola Ohai (Tour Guide), Joe Rose (Stadium Announcer), Sod Young (Lily Ahn).
A youth's habit of attending baseball games in which his dad performs complicates McGarrett's task of protecting him from assassins.





September 14, 1971: Highest Castle, Deepest Grave
Season 4, episode 1
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Al Eben (Doc), William Quinn (Shawn), Moe Keale (Tiyoko), France Nuyen (Sirone Mondrago), Jeff Corey (Andrew Duncan), Herbert Lom (Mondrago).
The series about the Hawaiian police launches its fourth season. A 10-year-old missing persons case is reopened by McGarrett when the bodies of a man and woman are found during an archaeological exploration.

September 21, 1971: No Bottles...No Cans...No People
Season 4, episode 2
W: Jerry Ludwig, Eric Bercovici   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Beth Brickell (Sally Hodges), Ron Feinberg (Furtado), Henry Darrow (Johnny Oporta).
A small-time hood sets out to eliminate all competition and open the war for a mainland crime syndicate to move into Hawaii.

September 28, 1971: Wednesday, Ladies Free
Season 4, episode 3
W: Paul Playdon, Jerome Coopersmith   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Kwan Hi Lim (Yoshiko), Danny Kamekona (Dr. Holmby), Eugene McDunnah (Raymond Crenshaw), Robert Luck (Frank), John Farias (Bartender), Charlotte Couch (Angela Waring), Norman duPont (Captain Henry Fields), Marjorie Battles (Sheila), Marie Windsor (Gloria Marshall), Soon-Teck Oh (Vic Tanaka), Sheilah Wells (Cathy Fields), Monte Markham (Jerry Rhodes).
A private investigator whose wife was among the victims of a strangler, joins Steve McGarrett's search for the criminal.

October 5, 1971: 3,000 Crooked Miles To Honolulu
Season 4, episode 4
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Jerry Thorpe

With Glenn Cannon (Foxy O'Neill), Judi Meredith (Nurse Higgins), David Canary (George), Buddy Ebsen (Professor Ambrose Pierce).
A cunning college professor helps plot an elaborate scheme to cash $750,000 in stolen travelers checks.

October 12, 1971: Two Doves And Mr. Heron
Season 4, episode 5
W: Anthony Lawrence   D: Charles S. Dubin

With John Ritter (Ryan Moore), Vic Morrow (Edward Heron / Ernest Hampton), Dianne Hull (Cleo Michaels), Kerry Sherman (Brenda), Robert Witthans (Father K), Norman Reyes (Sgt. Capps), Brooks Almy (Trinity).
An island visitor, after being mugged and hospitalized, refuses to press charges and disappears.

October 19, 1971: ...And I Want Some Candy And A Gun That Shoots
Season 4, episode 6
W: John D.F. Black   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Herman Wedemeyer (Sgt. Duke Kanaha), Annette O'Toole (Sue Shem), Beau Van Den Ecker (Ryder), William Croarkin (Dr. Fernando), Jeanne Cooper (Ann Shem), Michael Burns (Billy Shem Jr.).
A mentally unstable Vietnam veteran opens fire on car traffic from an almost impregnable position overlooking a major highway.

October 26, 1971: Air Cargo -- Dial For Murder
Season 4, episode 7
W: Meyer Dolinsky   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Don Chastain (Hal Sullivan), Marion Ross (Anita Putnam), Michael Strong (Fred Grayson), Barney Phillips (Arnold Cook), James Hong (Eric Ling).
McGarrett's investigation of the death of an undercover security agent for the airport uncovers a criminal ring hijacking air cargo.

November 2, 1971: For A Million... Why Not?
Season 4, episode 8
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Ron Winston

With Robert Fields (Ray Galvin), Sam Melville (Hawkins), Jack Kruschen (Blumberg), Leigh Christian (Carol Lindsey), Wendell Martin (Harvey Shaw).
Five respectable citizens plan the theft of $6 million. The group's elaborate and precise scheme promises a "perfect" crime.

November 9, 1971: The Burning Ice
Season 4, episode 9
W: Ken Pettus   D: Paul Stanley

With Jackie Cooper (Dr. Alexander Southmore), Lou Antonio (David Harper), Linda Ryan (Melissa Southmore), Loretta Leversee (Harriet Harper).
A physician becomes a suspect in the murder of his wife after McGarrett finds holes in the confessed murderer's story.

November 16, 1971: Rest In Peace, Somebody
Season 4, episode 10
W: John D.F. Black   D: Paul Stanley

With Norman Alden (Bill Cameron), Danny Kamekona (Dr. Rosenstadt), Thomas Leslie Jr. (Geogre Kamani), Clarence Aina (Joe Mona), Yankee Chang (Tour Bus Driver).
McGarrett has 48 hours to prevent the murder of an unknown victim, aided by bizarre clues and phone calls from the self-proclaimed assailant.

November 23, 1971: A Matter Of Mutual Concern
Season 4, episode 11
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: Ron Winston

With Michael Leong (Lai Po), David Opatoshu (Li Wing), Marc Marno (Kim Lo Lang), Seth Sakai (Jack Afuso), Nick Nickolas (Jake Hirsch).
Gangland war appears imminent when a messenger sent to Hawaii by the mainland crime syndicate is slain and suspicion falls on Hawaii's crime czars.

November 30, 1971: Nine, Ten -- You're Dead
Season 4, episode 12
W: Mel Goldberg   D: Leo Penn

With Robert Costa (Cal Phelps), Josie Over (Luella), Seth Sakai (Dr. Fukata), Moses Gunn (Willy Stone), Albert Paulsen (Matty Edmonds), Frank Webb (Duke), Lynn Hamilton (Mae), Henry Porter (Robby Davis).
McGarrett and his Five-O team hunt a punchy ex-fighter who's also being hunted by a vengeance-seeking crime czar.

December 14, 1971: Is This Any Way To Run A Paradise?
Season 4, episode 13
W: Bill Stratton   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Fred Titcomb (Senator Robert Patterson), Mitch Mitchell (Edgar Hackbart), Clarence Garcia (Fire Chief Maka), Richard Morrison (Lai Han), Nephi Hannemann (Akua Nolo/Kaili), Maura McGiveney (Miss Weston), Herb Jeffries (Klosmosky), Ted Scott (T. Emory Grace), Ed Fernandez (Curator Sumi), Fred Ball (Clyde Finley), James Canada (Joe Lemana), Baird Miller (Coach Smith), Scott Stambler (Edward Kramer).
McGarrett leads the hunt for an ecology fanatic who threatens the lives of those he feels are the cause of the islands' pollution.

December 28, 1971: Odd Man In
Season 4, episode 14
W: E. Arthur Kean   D: Paul Stanley

With Hume Cronyn (Lewis Avery Filer), Jiro Tamiya (Goro Shibata), Lane Bradford (Moose Oakley), Richard Morrison (Warden Challis), Howard Morrison (Mercer), Edward Burns (Prison Guard), William Thourlby (HPD Officer).
After escaping from prison, Lewis Avery Filer, as in past crimes, taunts McGarrett with clues to his scheme to steal $4 million from drug smugglers, But this time Filer's plan includes having McGarrett help him rather than hinder him.

January 4, 1972: Bait Once, Bait Twice
Season 4, episode 15
W: Will Lorin   D: Alf Kjellin

With Norman duPont (Howard Miller), James Olson (Bart Mariss), Loretta Swit (Betty Landers), Malachi Throne (Barry Bonamo).
The case against a large illegal gambling operation is almost destroyed when the distraught girlfriend of a key witness attempts suicide and it leads to his murder.

January 11, 1972: The Ninety-Second War (1)
Season 4, episode 16
W: John D.F. Black   D: Bob Sweeney

With Khigh Dhiegh (Wo Fat), Donald Pleasence (Hans Vogler), Tim O'Connor (Jonathan Kaye), Roger C. Carmel (Misha Toptegan).
McGarrett becomes a target for an elaborate scheme to frame him. The plan includes millions of dollars in a Swiss bank in McGarrett's name.

January 18, 1972: The Ninety-Second War (2)
Season 4, episode 17
W: John D.F. Black   D: Bob Sweeney

With Khigh Dhiegh (Wo Fat), Dana Wynter (Claudine), Donald Pleasence (Hans Vogler), Tim O'Connor (Jonathan Kaye), Roger C. Carmel (Misha Toptegan).
A deathbed statement by an exact double of McGarrett reveals that framing the lawman is only one phase of a plot by spymaster Wo Fat.

January 25, 1972: Skinhead
Season 4, episode 18
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: Allen Reisner

With Lee Paul (Mitch Kenner), Murray MacLeod (Luke Leonard), Miko Mayama (Nora Kayama), Dean Altier (Chris Chase).
A medical history leads McGarrett to investigate the case of a braggart soldier convicted of rape.

February 1, 1972: While You're At It, Bring In The Moon
Season 4, episode 19
W: E. Arthur Kean   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Ed Flanders (Byers), Fred Ball (Garland), Milton Selzer (Victor Tabernash), Norman Wright (Babson), Barry Sullivan (Morgan Hilliard), H.M. Wynant (Otis Mims), Sandy Mosk (Gilman), William Mount (Craig Custer), Steve Merrick (Calhoun), Bill LeGrand (Pitman), Herman Wedemeyer (Duke).
An eccentric billionaire, suspected of killing one of his business associates, orders McGarrett to be kidnapped.

February 8, 1972: Cloth Of Gold
Season 4, episode 20
W: Bennett Foster   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Jason Evers (Wallis), Ray Danton (Fred Akamai Loy), Jay Robinson (Ralph Mingo), William Valentine (Jack Manoa), Shannan Kincaid (Eadie), Arte McCullough (Nakamura), John Hunt (Dr. Pell).
The Five-O team is positive that two partners of businessman Wallis were murdered, but can't discover the origin of a mysterious poison.

February 15, 1972: Good Night, Baby - Time To Die!
Season 4, episode 21
W: Abram S. Ginnes   D: Alf Kjellin

With Beth Brickell (Carol Rhodes), William Watson (L.B. Barker), Herman Wedemeyer (Duke).
McGarrett sets up elaborate police protection around Carol Rhodes, the target for an escaped murderer.

February 22, 1972: Didn't We Meet At A Murder?
Season 4, episode 22
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Paul Stanley

With Kwan Hi Lim (Mr. Chang), Simon Oakland (Marty Mauritany), Joanna Barnes (Bonnie Soames), Bill Edwards (Wellman), Morgan Upton (Clem), Josie Over (Doris), John Hansen (Rick).
A murder investigation leads McGarrett to an intricate blackmail scheme and a plan to rob a Hawaiian bank.

February 29, 1972: Follow The White Brick Road
Season 4, episode 23
W: John Furia Jr.   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Mitch Mitchell (Claude Wells), John Stalker (Navy Pathologist), Moki Palacio (John Surigao), Mark Jenkins (Petty Officer Second Class Arte Salton), David Birney (Damage Controlman Third Class Dillon), David Doyle (Hard Hat), Charles Gilbert (Hospital Corpsman Chief Franklyn), Admiral Joseph McGoldrick (Admiral Sample), Soo Yong Huang (Madame Sung), Stephen Matthews (Al Woodley).
Danny goes undercover as a Navy corpsman to flush out a drug ring and a kilo of heroin aboard a vessel in the U.S. Seventh Fleet. This episode was filmed aboard the guided missile destroyer USS Preble which is based in Pearl Harbor.

March 7, 1972: R & R -- & R
Season 4, episode 24
W: Bill Stratton   D: Leo Penn

With Alan Vint (Thomas Ralston), Richard Lepore (Colonel Ken Hart), James Davidson (Capt. Dan Nichols), Maree Cheatham (Amy Carter), Richard Kelton (Lt. Dennis Carter), Jackie Russell (Leslee Nichols), Anthony Aiello (Sgt. Augie Syzmanski), Genevieve Nelson (Officer Cathy Miller), Philip Heron (Sergeant Fillipo), Maude Demarest (Mrs. Willis), Jane Actman (Betty Hurlburt), Robyn Millan (Ella Syzmanski).
McGarrett heads a hunt for a vicious killer whose victims have been the wives of Army men who have come to Hawaii to meet their husbands.





September 12, 1972: Death Is A Company Policy
Season 5, episode 1
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Charles S. Dubin

With George Chakiris (Chris Lahani), Laraine Stephens (Miss Simpson), Michael Ansara (Piro Manoa).
Beginning the fifth season, Steve McGarrett is is presented with a puzzle when a computer programmed to help solve a murder shows the killer to be one of McGarrett's own officers.

September 19, 1972: Death Wish On Tantalus Mountain
Season 5, episode 2
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Allen Reisner

With Ricardo Montalban (Alex Pareno), Diana Muldaur (Angela Sordi), Michael Margotta (Niki Pareno).
A wealthy auto racing enthusiast's chief mechanic is slain on the eve of Hawaii's most important road race, and McGarrett suspects his glamorous fiancee of the crime.

September 26, 1972: You Don't Have To Kill To Get Rich -- But It Helps
Season 5, episode 3
W: Abram S. Ginnes   D: Alf Kjellin

With Ric Marlow (William Speer), Bill Edwards (Wally Schuster), Tommy Fujiwara (Larry), Wisa D'Orso (Joyce Hensley), Jorie Remus (Dollie), Elithe Aguiar (Girl #1), William Shatner (Sam Tolliver), Sharlene Silva (Girl #2).
A series of deaths of well-to-do businessmen puts McGarrett and his men into the investigation of a lucrative blackmail operation.

October 3, 1972: Pig In A Blanket
Season 5, episode 4
W: Bill Stratton   D: Marvin Chomsky

With Louise Latham (Mrs. Klein), John Rubinstein (Harold), Seth Sakai (Dr. Natanoa), Robert Luck (Jack), Howard Gottschalk (Aaron), Richard Villard (Gene), George Groves (Tad), Dennis Redfield (Culpepper), Frank Atienza (Chinough Olena), James Simpson (Ricky Klein), Elissa Fontes (Rona Olena), Lynne Kimoto (Nurse Tofu).
Danny Williams is involved in the shooting of a teenager following the death of a fellow officer, and a cry goes up to sacrifice the lawman to public opinion.

October 10, 1972: The Jinn Who Clears The Way
Season 5, episode 5
W: John D.F. Black   D: Harry Falk

With Khigh Dhiegh (Wo Fat), Soon-Teck Oh (Tom Wong), Danny Kamekona (Carl Tu), Robert Witthans (Lt. Commander George Smallitt), Howard Gottschalk (Colonel Cole), Mitch Mitchell (Parker), Ted Scott (Sims), C.K. Huang (Wo Sun Wong), Joe Moore (MP Captain), Andy Ichiki (George Wong), Don Baker (CIA Agent).
Wo Fat is suspected of being behind the theft of a mobile ICBM device, and McGarrett with other top officials must stop him from selling it off to the highest bidder.

October 17, 1972: Fools Die Twice
Season 5, episode 6
W: Abram S. Ginnes   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Clu Gulager (Jack Gulley), Michael Conrad (Kira Johnson), Albert Harris (Dr. Frank Clapton), Wright Esser (Vandervort), Sam Edwards (Johnny Arnett), Anita Alberts (Lana Trotter), John Farias (Mac Mozu), Thomas Norton (Colonel), Ted Nobriga (Surgeon).
A daring criminal kidnaps a top government scientist and demands $1 million in diamonds as ransom.

October 24, 1972: Chain Of Events
Season 5, episode 7
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Ron Winston

With Linden Chiles (James Warren), Lou Frizzell (Phil Rynak), Mary Frann (Jean Holland), Dirk Benedict (Walter Clyman), Judi Meredith (Paula Warren), Ray Buktenica (Billy Grunwald), Gaye Nelson (Linda Rynak), Jay Stewart (Marty), Ellen Blake (Sophie Norris), Robert Gleason (Brandt), William Valentine (Jacob Kalema).
The slaying of a public health official while he was conducting an investigation into venereal disease leads McGarrett into the world of politics with a candidate for public office.

October 31, 1972: Journey Out Of Limbo
Season 5, episode 8
W: Frank Telford   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Keenan Wynn (Norton Hummel), Philip Ahn (Lin Mai-Lu), Clay Tanner (Stark), Sam Peters (Art Bellak), Fred Ball (Brent Bronson), Robert Lavarre (Harvey Durko).
A trusted friend of a Chinese diplomat is the object of an assassination plot which Danny Williams stumbles upon but is unable to remember.

November 14, 1972: 'V' For Vashon: The Son (1)
Season 5, episode 9
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Robert Drivas (Chris Vashon), Harold Gould (Honore Vashon), Kwan Hi Lim (Arthur Tosaki), Luther Adler (Dominick Vashon), Christopher Harris (Stu), Ricky Kelman (Lance), Elizabeth Cole (Margurite Vashon).
A family-dominated crime syndicate resurfaces after a long period of calm, with the third generation member leading a gang of youths.

November 21, 1972: 'V' For Vashon: The Father (2)
Season 5, episode 10
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Luther Adler (Dominick Vashon), Harold Gould (Honore Vashon), Don Knight (Dylan Heyward), Kwan Hi Lim (Arthur Tosaki), John Stalker (Harvey Mathieson Drew), Elithe Aguiar (Phyllis), Elizabeth Cole (Margurite Vashon).
The Vashon family buries young Chris Vashon and launches a vendetta against McGarrett, whom they hold responsible for the boy's death.

November 28, 1972: 'V' For Vashon: The Patriarch (3)
Season 5, episode 11
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Luther Adler (Dominick Vashon), Harold Gould (Honore Vashon), Glenn Cannon (John Manicote), John Stalker (Harvey Mathieson Drew), Robert Luck (Fred Sullivan), David 'Lippy' Espinda (Joe Akkoda), Beau Van Den Ecker (Chuck Price), Wisa D'Orso (Mrs. Drew), Norman duPont (Berman), Elizabeth Cole (Margurite Vashon), John Beatty (Bobby Raisbeck).
With his son in prison and his grandson dead and buried -- both as a result of McGarrett's actions -- the patriarch of the Vashon family devises a cunning scheme to frame McGarrett and send him to prison in disgrace.

December 5, 1972: The Clock Struck Twelve
Season 5, episode 12
W: Anthony Lawrence   D: Ron Winston

With Manu Tupou (Abraham Maleha), David 'Lippy' Espinda (Kaua Maleha), Beau Van Den Ecker (Ellsworth), Patrick Adiarte (David), Henry Bal (Samuel), Cris Callow (Mary Ann), Jaudon Kamealii (Aiko), J. E. Jim McInerney (Superintendent), Javer Bowden (Mrs. Maleha), Frances Asher (Judy).
A series of bomb threats follows the arrest of a band of Hawaiian vigilantes, and McGarrett is assigned to preserve security and ensure an orderly trial.

December 19, 1972: I'm A Family Crook -- Don't Shoot!
Season 5, episode 13
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Bob Sweeney

With Andy Griffith (Arnold Lovejoy), Joyce Van Patten (Rhoda Lovejoy), Bob Basso (Charlie Walters), Seth Sakai (Shibata), Kwan Hi Lim (Mr. Quan), George Herman (Dr. Baldwin), Bryan Da Silva (Frank Butrell), Kimberly Louis (Melissa Lovejoy), Ann Livermore (Mrs. Klemper), Nick Nickolas (Willie), Harold Sakata (Shibata Hood), Grady Sutton (Minister).
A husband and wife team of confidence operators get caught between two of the island's most notoroius hoodlums.

January 2, 1973: The Child Stealers
Season 5, episode 14
W: Larry Brody   D: Corey Allen

With Richard Hatch (Gar), Richard Anderson (Goodman), Meg Foster (Nina), Jack Hogan (Mr. Empson), Norman duPont (Mr. Mills), Bernard Ching (HPD Officer), Brooks Almy (Mrs. Empson), Ken Mitchell (Tom Parker), Jan Sterling (Mrs. Mills).
An infant is taken from his stroller on a Honolulu street, but McGarrett and his Five-O forces wait unsuccessfully for the ransom demand in order to trap the kidnappers.

January 9, 1973: Thanks For The Honeymoon
Season 5, episode 15
W: Mel Goldberg   D: Richard Benedict

With Patty Duke (Toni), Larry Kert (Marty Walker), Carol Lawrence (Margo Cooper), Lane Bradford (Manola), George Herman (Dr. Harlow), Norman Wright (Minister), Morgan Sha'an (Doctor), Richard Collier (Vincent), Robert Apisa (George), Kenneth Ing (Delgado).
McGarrett goes after the heretofore untouchable kingpin of narcotics traffic on the island when a female convict agrees to turn state's evidence against him if McGarrett can arrange her release from prison to marry the father of her unborn child.

January 16, 1973: The Listener
Season 5, episode 16
W: Meyer Dolinsky   D: Richard Benedict

With Robert Foxworth (Eric Fowler), Greg Mullavey (Cerberus), Patricia Herman (Mary Dalton), Linda Ryan (Eva Haynes), Michael Morgan (Lee Jones), John A. Hunt (Paul), Winston Char (Dr. Barnes), Radames Pera (Bob Martinelli), Lisa Pera (Angela Martinelli), Elissa Fontes (Carol Fowler).
An unseen but apparently omnipresent electronics wizard threatens a psychiatrist and his patients through a series of ingenious electronic plants, and McGarrett is called in to investigate.

January 23, 1973: Here Today, Gone Tonight
Season 5, episode 17
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Monte Markham (Barry Dean), Sandra Smith (Bella Morgan), Madlyn Rhue (June Fleming), Douglas Kennedy (Peter Fleming), George Oshiro (Nathaniel), Lawrence Montaigne (Whitelaw).
McGarrett and Danny Williams must solve the riddle of how a killer can appear to be in two widely separated places at the same time.

January 30, 1973: The Odd Lot Caper
Season 5, episode 18
W: Meyer Dolinsky, Norman Lessing   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Richard Basehart (Donald Murdock), Jack Hogan (Murdock Jr.), Bill Bigelow (Beaufort), Morgan Sha'an (Jersey Fraser), Nephi Hannemann (Yoko), Danny Kamekona (Stan Cooper), Jo Pruden (Gwen Halsey), Ted Scott (Moran), Ron Hayes (Laughlin), John Farias (Martin Johnson), Daws Dawson (Linc), Kani Evans (Financier), Tuulikki Gottschalk (Edith Finley).
Two men plan a seemingly foolproof method of robbing a stock exchange firm, but a succession of murders puts McGarrett on the trail of their conspiracy.

February 6, 1973: Will The Real Mr. Winkler Please Die?
Season 5, episode 19
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Nehemiah Persoff (Peter Winkler), Bill Edwards (Bill Druthers), Malachi Throne (Reeves), Mark Lenard (Rogloff), Peter Carew (Rogloff Aide), Philip Arnone (Sanders).
McGarrett becomes interested in an obscure shopkeeper who is set to become the catalyst in a plot to assassinate a high-level Iron Curtain defector.

February 13, 1973: Little Girl Blue
Season 5, episode 20
W: Mel Goldberg   D: Bob Sweeney

With Nina Foch (Marian Scott), Ron Feinberg (Luther Shepp), Jackie Coogan (Frank Denton), Tisha Sterling (Eadie Scott), Brook Graham (Debbie Scott), Larry Shiraishi (Officer Cardos), Josie Over (Anna Cavenna), Arte McCullough (Tommy Ewa).
A woman's only grandhcild is kidnapped by two ineffectual crooks. McGarrett and his crew are beset by rifle fire on the case.

February 20, 1973: Percentage
Season 5, episode 21
W: Norman Lessing   D: Robert Butler

With Milton Selzer (Sam Green), Mitch Mitchell (Bill Howard), Galen Kam (Mehala), Derek Mau (Lepe Gordon), Leonard Stone (Herman Stein), Douglas Kennedy (Walter Sinclair), John Howard (James O'Hara), Edward Schonk (Nick Hansen), Seth Sakai (Kuang), Kwan Hi Lim (Yoshigo), Carole Kai (Valerie Sinclair).
A travel agent who operates gambling junkets is slain as a warning to his partner to stop competing for the gambling business in Hawaii.

February 27, 1973: Engaged To Be Buried
Season 5, episode 22
W: Bill Stratton, Ken Pettus   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Simon Oakland (Shako Vidalgo), Irene Tsu (Alia Kelly), Erik Estrada (Rono Vidalgo), Billy Roessler (Bertie Paipo), Yankee Chang (Harold Hanolo), Richard Yniguez (Koa Vidalgo), Bob Turnbull (Father Jack), Cris Callow (Pamela Simpson), Charles Quinlivan (Stan Carson).
McGarrett attempts to crack an extortion ring preying on small businessmen, but the investigation hits a snag when one of the suspects turns out to be engaged to the daughter of one of McGarrett's chief investigators.

March 6, 1973: The Diamond That Nobody Stole
Season 5, episode 23
W: John Furia Jr.   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Eric Braeden (Djebara), Beulah Quo (Madame Souvang), Frank Trott (Sam York), Mitch Mitchell (Commander Hughes), Darrah Lau (Christina Djebara), David 'Lippy' Espinda (Joe Surigao), Melvin Cobb (Willard Allen), Deborah Berger (Michi Djebara), Herb Jeffries (Professor Kung), Wesley Sakai (Ambassador).
A cat burglar strikes at the home of a socially prominent family and sets off a series of events that lead McGarrett to a run-down neighborhood and murder.

March 13, 1973: Jury Of One
Season 5, episode 24
W: Ken Pettus   D: Alf Kjellin

With Glenn Cannon (John Manicote), Edward Binns (Evan Mills), Susan Berger (Lila Harkness), Ray Buktenica (Clifford Sprague), Arthur Malet (Artie Boland), Dale Morse (Helen Sprague), Robert Sandla (Lew Foss), Bill Bigelow (George Watkins), Paul Camen (Curt Lucas), Terry Plunkett (Grady Jenkins).
A police informer tells McGarrett that one of the jurors in a murder trial has been bribed in an effort to produce a hung jury, but the informer is slain before McGarrett can learn the juror's identity.





September 11, 1973: Hookman
Season 6, episode 1
W: Glen Olson, Rod Baker   D: Allen Reisner

With Jay J. Armes (Kurt Stoner), Samuel Alama (Officer Ookala), Ben Whitehurst (Norman), Donald Roessler (Gunman).
The sixth season kicks off with El Paso private detective Jay J. Armes guest starring as a double amputee who sets out to avenge the loss of his hands by killing every officer who he feels contributed to his maiming, and leading Steve McGarrett on a chase over the island before he kills more.

September 18, 1973: Draw Me A Killer
Season 6, episode 2
W: Walter Black   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Elliott Street (Arthur), Audrey Totter (Mrs. Royce), Susan Foster (Mary Ellen Farmer), Nora Marlowe (Verna), Tom Hatten (Lowell Palmer), Jean Tarrant (Dr. Bishop), Clement Low (Ho Toy).
McGarrett attempts to solve the riddle of apparently motiveless slayings that occur at intervals of six weeks.

September 25, 1973: Charter For Death
Season 6, episode 3
W: Carey Wilber, Sheldon Wile   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Bert Convy (Thomas Brown), Nehemiah Persoff (Leo Paoli), Nephi Hannemann (Juro Tamaki), Norman duPont (Lieutenant Talbot), Walter Yoshimitsu (Computer Operator), Jeannine Brown (Teresa Brown), Robert Hopkins (Public Health Service Doctor).
When a large amount of diseased rats are found on a boat with all the crew dead, Five-O must contend with an outbreak of bubonic plague.

October 2, 1973: One Big Happy Family
Season 6, episode 4
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: Alf Kjellin

With Slim Pickens (Sam Ferguson), Barbara Baxley (Sadie), Bo Hopkins (Jeb), Lynette Kim (Monica), Robyn Millan (Rosalie), Alan Krassner (Harry Bronson), Charlotte Gibbons (Blanche), Edward Kaahea (Ernie Briggs), David Goliath (Hy), Ric Marlow (Rene), Bill Bigelow (Nomana).
The leader of a ruthless gang of nickel-and-dime killers leaves a trail of death across the mainland, and then starts a new wave of terror when they reach Hawaii.

October 9, 1973: The Sunday Torch
Season 6, episode 5
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Lyle Bettger (Otis Klepper), Kwan Hi Lim (Marty Portobas), Michael Anderson Jr. (Ray Stockley), Jo Pruden (Mrs. Klepper), David 'Lippy' Espinda (Janitor), Tom Simcox (Anthony Porter), Jean Tarrant (Dr. Bishop).
A peculiar pattern of arson sends McGarrett and his Five-O force searching for clues to the identity of a "torch" who only strikes on weekends.

October 16, 1973: Murder Is A Taxing Affair
Season 6, episode 6
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Don Porter (Jonathan Cavell), Sally Kirkland (Betty Rowan), Jack Dodson (Will Rowan), Tim Tindall (Flight Supervisor), Gary Kau (Clerk), Dick Fair (Mr. Robinson), Jenny Sullivan (Alma Saunders), Wydell W. Hughes (Garrison), Joan Chapman (Mrs. Robinson).
A tax agent murders for money and then joins Five-O to track down the loot he let get away.

October 23, 1973: Tricks Are Not Treats
Season 6, episode 7
W: Bill Stratton   D: Corey Allen

With Seth Sakai (Kuji), Lynne Ellen Hollinger (Samantha), Jerry Waialae (Plumber), Moe Keale (Won Ton), Jerry Boyd (Lancer), Glynn Turman (Harley Dartson), Ron Glass (J. Paul), Gregory Sierra (Lolo Kensi), Richard Rivera (Sergeant Artic), Pete Lewis (Miltown Phil), John Owens (Easy Jim), Ava Readdy (Mary-Mary), Azure McCall (Tricia), Pat Morita (Phoebe).
The assasination of a Honolulu flesh-peddler threatens an all-out war between two competing vice empires.

October 30, 1973: Why Wait Till Uncle Kevin Dies?
Season 6, episode 8
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Lawrence Pressman (Calvin Cutler), Murray Matheson (Talbot), Lee Stetson (Foster), Douglas Mossman (Detective Poheni), Bill Bigelow (Charles Privit), Fred Ball (Jeremy Privit), Tommy Fujiwara (Frank Mualana), Remi Abellira (Tiko), Michael Leong (Dave), Roman Bill Winkleman (Director), David Jasper (Willy), Lewis Hayden (Ron), Frances Asher (Angie).
McGarrett investigates a string of five murders of wealthy men and enlists the aid of an undercover agent from the mainland to reveal a pay-before-death insurance scheme.

November 6, 1973: Flash Of Color, Flash Of Death
Season 6, episode 9
W: Norman Lessing   D: Alf Kjellin

With Don Knight (Hobbs), E. Lynne Kimoto (Miyoshi), George Herman (Hoffmeyer), Bob Basso (Jake), Al Avalon (Webber), Raul Rojas (Lee Franks), David Simmons (Jimmy Kulaani), Kenneth Ing (Haggai).
A murderous smuggler comes under McGarrett's suspicion after he is robbed of a fortune in gems.

November 13, 1973: A Bullet For El Diablo
Season 6, episode 10
W: Tim Maschler   D: Allen Reisner

With Edith Diaz (Rita Salazar/Maria Ramos), A Martinez (Pepe Olivares), Richard Yniguez (Carlos Rojas), Richard Angarola (Emilio Ramos), Bryan Da Silva (Felipe).
The daughter of a despised Latin American leader is kidnapped near her university dormitory, and her father arrives within hours to oversee plans for the rescue.

November 20, 1973: The Finishing Touch
Season 6, episode 11
W: Walter Black   D: Charles S. Dubin

With George Voskovec (Norman Cargill), Linda Ryan (Olivia Hillis), Kent Bowman (Pryor), Lynn Carlin (Maxine Taylor), Edward Remington (J.B. Emery), Donald Baker (Brock).
The murder of a printer and discovery of a forged municipal bond sends Steve McGarrett to a highly respected douments expert for help in the investigation of a forgery ring.

November 27, 1973: Anybody Can Build A Bomb
Season 6, episode 12
W: William Bast   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Lew Ayres (Dr. Elias Haig), Richard Villard (Admiral Vance), Les Keiter (General Cole), Danny Kamekona (Dr. Beaumont), Jim Demarest (Bashea), David 'Lippy' Espinda (Custodian), Ed Fernandez (Bank Officer), Richard Angarola (Dr. Richter).
A nuclear physicist is caught up in a brazen extortion scheme -- a demand by conspirators of $100 million cash from the government in exchange for their assurance not to blow up a portion of Hawaii with an atomic bomb.

December 4, 1973: Try To Die On Time
Season 6, episode 13
W: E. Arthur Kean   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Jack Carter (Harry Foxton), Louise Sorel (Diane Foxton), Fred Beir (McBain), Yankee Chang (Peter Suyam), Eddie Sherman (Mel Listie), Danny Kamekona (Luther Heaton), John Stalker (Dr. Bromley), William Valentine (Louis), Napua Stevens (Miss Hill).
A gambler is the central figure in a macabre $240,000 lottery based on the projected hour of his own death.

December 11, 1973: The $100,000 Nickel
Season 6, episode 14
W: Dick Nelson   D: Allen Reisner

With Eugene Troobnick (Arnie Price), Victor Buono (Eric Damien), Robert Costa (Haviland), Jimmy Borges (Hotel Manager), Hildy Brooks (Millie Price), James Grahlmann (Paul Anthony), Johann Strasser (Hans Vogler).
An international thief, on Interpol's list of most wanted criminals, sets up operations in Hawaii for the planned theft of a $100,000 coin.

December 18, 1973: The Flip Side Is Death
Season 6, episode 15
W: Glen Olson, Rod Baker   D: Paul Stanley

With Peter Haskell (Art Walker), Don Stroud (Tally Green), Jerry Waialae (Joe Keao), Robert Harker (Major Lang), Walter Yoshimitsu (Computer Operator), Frank Michael Liu (Pahia), Larry Goeas (Patrolman).
A daring bank robbery carried out under cover of a mock military emergency sends McGarrett and his detectives to the windward side of Oahu.

January 1, 1974: The Banzai Pipeline
Season 6, episode 16
W: Bill Stratton   D: Richard Benedict

With Perry King (Rick), Bob Basso (Oswald Greggs), Jack Hogan (Cass Tanner), Elissa Dulce Hoopai (Leila Myers), Terry Plunkett (George Bole), George Herman (Baskin), Dick Fair (Lawrence Lee), Rudy Diaz (Koa), Nicholas Hammond (Roger), John Lennon (Edward Huffman).
The Banzai Pipeline, one of Hawaii's most dangerous surfing beaches, forms the background as McGarrett and his forces investigate a trio of slayings.

January 8, 1974: One Born Every Minute
Season 6, episode 17
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Ed Flanders (Joe Connors), Lynette Mettey (Cindy Imala), Tommy Fujiwara (Sunada), Douglas Mossman (Elfidio), Jimmy Borges (Big Mardo), Patricia Herman (Natalie Maguire), John Stalker (Alex Anderson), Mitch Mitchell (Hotel Manager), Michael Strong (Harry Maguire), Peter Carew (George Heller), Connie Sawyer (Sylvia Heller).
Bunco artists employ a beautiful girl as their come-on, but the con game seems to go awry when one of the victims plunges to his death from a hotel skyscraper.

January 15, 1974: Secret Witness
Season 6, episode 18
W: Ken Pettus   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Mark Jenkins (Ted Reynolds), Mark Gordon (Bo Lansing), Mark Lenard (Bok), Cindy Williams (Sue Reynolds), Sam Peters (Case), Ted Scott (Jack Powell), Yankee Chang (Tanaka), Penny Jennings (Librarian).
A young man is an eyewitness to a murder, then becomes the next target of the assassin.

January 22, 1974: Death With Father
Season 6, episode 19
W: Anthony Lawrence   D: Jack Lord

With Peter Strauss (Tom Morgan), Andrew Duggan (Cliff Morgan), Luella Costello (Janice Wu), George Kennedy (Lt. Parrish), Bernard Ching (Sergeant Tallman), Richard Rivera (Ernie Fallon), Kwan Hi Lim (Lee Song), Seth Sakai (Luu Se Ngu).
The son of a retired federal narcotics officer becomes involved in a heroin refining operation. Jack Lord makes his directing debut with this episode.

January 29, 1974: Murder With A Golden Touch
Season 6, episode 20
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Howard Gottschalk (Bank President), Joe Moore (Newsman), C.K. Huang (Merchant), Peter Donat (Greg Lawrence), John Orchard (Joe Quillian), James Davidson (Boyle), John Mamo (Kayata), Haunani Minn (Tamisha), James Sloyan (Charles Fleming), Peter Carew (Jentry).
A bomb scheme involving about $1 million in sunken treasure sends McGarrett on an investigation that stretches half way around the world and to the Pacific depths of Oahu.

February 5, 1974: Nightmare In Blue
Season 6, episode 21
W: Mel Goldberg   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With John Beck (Walter Stark), Katherine Justice (Andrea Burdick), Alan Fudge (Joe Burdick), Melody Patterson (Sherry Wells), Elissa Dulce Hoopai (Laura), Ed Fernandez (Captain Ed Harada), Winston Char (Dr. Ikuda), Gary Miyakawa (Sergeant Kalia), Susan Driscoll (Tina), Sue Ann Freeman (Joy Muller).
McGarrett calls on an attractive HPD policewoman, senior officers and scientific technology when the Five-O force is confronted by a series of five rape-murders.

February 12, 1974: Mother's Deadly Helper
Season 6, episode 22
W: Walter Black   D: Douglas Green

With Anthony Zerbe (Cord McKenzie), Frank Cady (Judge Bergstrom), Casey Kasem (Freddie Dryden), Richard Villard (Emory), Ted Scott (Derringer), Bob Sevey (TV Announcer), Derek Mau (Patsy Lihau), Ted Purcell (Minister).
A right wing extremist, calling himself "Mother's Helper", embarks on a murderous crusade against what he considers laxity in law enforcement and too-lenient judges.

February 19, 1974: Killer At Sea
Season 6, episode 23
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Douglas Green

With John Byner (Duffy Malone), Keene Curtis (Vincent Gordon), William Devane (Fallon), Peter Leeds (Parkins), Gail Strickland (Elena Lewis), Norman Wright (Weber), Kent Bowman (Captain), Harold Wagner (Chief Purser), Harold Alan Scott (Cruise Director).
While investigating a robbery and kidnapping, the trail of clues leads McGarrett and the team to an ocean liner with a deadly passenger, a comedian beset by gambling debts who fears he may be the intended mark of his creditors.

February 26, 1974: 30,000 Rooms And I Have The Key
Season 6, episode 24
W: E. Arthur Kean   D: Charles S. Dubin

With David Wayne (Monsieur Bordeaux), Clarence Garcia (Darter), Ethel Azama (Thelma), Norman duPont (Joel Holt), John C. Hurd (Fairgate), Johann Strasser (Chadway), Don Over (Atwood).
A stylish jewel thief steals from hotel rooms for the thrill of the chase.





September 10, 1974: The Young Assassins
Season 7, episode 1
W: Bill Stratton   D: Bruce Bilson

With Wright Esser (Kurt Metzger), Patricia Herman (Elizabeth Metzger), David Palmer (Chuck Miller), Jo Pruden (Marcia Miller), Billy Roessler (Driver), Scott Marlowe (Army), Larry Wilcox (Mike), Will Seltzer (Victor), Alan Birdsall (Colonel Eckworth).
As the seventh season opens, Danny Williams and a college professor are kidnapped by a gang of desperate terrorists who warn them their lives will be forfeit unless the gang's arrested members are released.

September 17, 1974: A Hawaiian Nightmare
Season 7, episode 2
W: William Bast   D: Charles S. Dubin

With James Olson (Bernard Brown), Seth Sakai (Dr. Rogers), Sheree North (Doris Brown), Felice Orlandi (Vince), Roger Ritchie (Fred Tompkins), Liwai Napuelua Jr. (David Kalani), Richard George Carter (Peter Herberts).
A geothermal dynamics expert, plagued by personal financial problems and pressured by a loan shark, plots an extortion scheme that would trigger a man-made volcanic eruption wiping out the entire city of Hilo if his demands are not met.

September 24, 1974: I'll Kill 'Em Again
Season 7, episode 3
W: Tim Maschler   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Danny Goldman (Eddie Josephs), Ivor Francis (Beecham), Linda Ryan (Dr. Patrick), Elithe Aguiar (Felicia), Galen Kam (Wan Soo), Winston Char (Dr Ying), Lei Kayahara (Sheila Young), Frances Omori (Diana Loo), Sam Amato (Sam Palley).
Postcards taunting Steve McGarrett to remember crime victims of the past precede a series of re-enacted murders.

October 1, 1974: Steal Now -- Pay Later
Season 7, episode 4
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: John Peyser

With Ray Danton (Ron Colby), Jacques Aubuchon (Portman), Casey Kasem (Swift), Nephi Hannemann (Puni), Joseph Geremia (Slater), Robert Harker (Mainland Hijacker), Howard Gottschalk (Rogers), Sam Peters (Warehouse Foreman).
McGarrett is on the trail of a suave crook who peddles his stolen goods to legitimate businessmen by socializing with fashion models and buyers.

October 8, 1974: Bomb, Bomb, Who's Got The Bomb?
Season 7, episode 5
W: Martin Roth   D: Allen Reisner

With William Windom (Harlan Henderson), Melody Patterson (Kathy), Linda Ryan (Dr. Patrick), Winston Char (Dr. Leonard), Norman duPont (Roger Henderson), Beau Van Den Ecker (Nick Landis), Marc Singer (Randy), Margaret Anne Mitchell (Anita).
When the state Senate crime czar's limousine explodes with killing force, McGarrett uses handwriting analysis and psychiatry to find the twisted mind.

October 15, 1974: Right Grave, Wrong Body
Season 7, episode 6
W: Glen Olson, Rod Baker   D: Paul Stanley

With Charles Cioffi (Dean Lyman), William Watson (Hobart), Josie Over (Marge Lyman), Marika Yamato (Mrs. Hoy), David 'Lippy' Espinda (Cas Eva), Carole Kai (Kelly Mitsui), Sidney Wong (Liquor Store Clerk).
The discovery of a human skeleton sparks an unexpected reaction from an HPD officer who drops everything to conduct a relentless search for the man behind the liquor store crimes.

October 22, 1974: We Hang Our Own
Season 7, episode 7
W: Walter Black   D: Douglas Green

With Leslie Nielsen (Colonel Faraday), Perry King (Jay Farraday), Bruce Boxleitner (Cam Farraday), Jerry Waialae (Larry Kahela), Elissa Hoopai (Carmen Kahela), James Nishimura (Captain Ohano), Charles Bent (Amos), Alvin Chong (Sergeant Kwan), Masanori Kushi (Judge Hing).
McGarrett steps in when a Big Island cattle baron starts making his own laws to avenge the beating death of his son.

October 29, 1974: The Two-Faced Corpse
Season 7, episode 8
W: Bud Freeman   D: Douglas Green

With Jessica Walter (Carla Crystal), Alan Fudge (Hamilton), Abe Vigoda (Abe Kemper), Sam Elliott (Jack Huston), Robert Sandla (Jelke), James Grahlmann (Martin), John Nordlum (Howard Crystal), Frank Fasi (Frank).
A gangland-style slaying investigation takes a bizarre turn when the autopsy reveals the victim had two physical identities.

November 12, 1974: How To Steal A Masterpiece
Season 7, episode 9
W: Bud Freeman   D: Jack Lord

With Luther Adler (Charles Ogden), George Voskovec (Durkin), Gail Strickland (Forbes), Michael Anderson Jr. (Jeff Koestler), George Herman (Sills Anderson), Ed Fernandez (John Sample).
Irreplaceable Lautrec and Gauguin art works mysteriously vanish from a millionaire's private collection despite three fail-safe electronic security systems.

November 26, 1974: A Gun For McGarrett
Season 7, episode 10
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: Bruce Bilson

With Carole Ita White (Marni Howard), Jim Demarest (Sig Meer), George Herman (Hugh Bensinger), Arte McCullough (Officer Opaka), Ivor Barry (Savage), John Gracciano (Tony), Robert F. Lee (Tasi), Rudolfo Aquino (Tanaka), Jack Morris (Yosh), Gerald Lau (Lin Wu Choy), Edward Schonk (Lee).
A plaque, an award for his work in law enforcement, arrives in McGarrett's office and promptly explodes, killing one officer and injuring McGarrett. The perpetrator soon discovers McGarrett survived and begins planning his next attempt.

December 3, 1974: Welcome To Our Branch Office
Season 7, episode 11
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Cameron Mitchell (Bowman), Frank Gorshin (Stash), John Stalker (Walker), Bernard Ching (Fake Chin Ho), Wisa D'Orso (Mrs. Walker), Mitch Mitchell (Travers), Douglas Mossman (Al Shatner), Terry Plunkett (Charlie), Jimmy Borges (Miles Foster), Thorwald Boie (Fake McGarrett), Ralph Hanalei (Fake Ben).
A Honolulu businessman accuses McGarrett and his investigative team of shaking him down for $100,000 "protection" money.

December 10, 1974: Presenting... In The Center Ring... Murder
Season 7, episode 12
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Khigh Dhiegh (Wo Fat), Joseph Geremia (Mitch Allen), Luella Costello (Janet Wong), Seth Sakai (Rikoto), Robert Nelson (Chow Lee Chong), Hans Strasser (Otto Barth), James Hong (Suong Chien), Richard Yniguez (Juan), Corey Rand (Miguel).
Wo Fat, international spy and relentless nemesis of McGarrett, reappears in Hawaii in pursuit of a visiting foreign minister.

December 31, 1974: Hara-Kiri: Murder
Season 7, episode 13
W: Norman Lessing   D: Paul Stanley

With Ossie Davis (Ramon Borelle), Lynne Hollinger (Ann Whitmore), Dick Fair (Walter Hutchins), Marika Yamato (Helen Shibata), John Fujioka (Andrew Shibata), Reverend Jo Shinsho (Monk), Herbert Kobayashi (Courier), Andrew Sato (Consul), James Ishida (George).
McGarrett and Five-O need to find out why a shamed Japanese banker ritually killed himself and try to catch the true criminal in the bargain.

January 7, 1975: Bones Of Contention
Season 7, episode 14
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: Douglas Green

With Keene Curtis (Professor Burke), Vic Tayback (Parmel), Kwan Hi Lim (Maru Sunyako), Joe Moore (Administrator), Jana Lindan (Jonne Somerville), Joseph Monteleone (Sergeant-Major Danvers), Alfred I. Thomas (Commanding Officer).
McGarrett digs into a 33-year-old mystery when he links a Honolulu murder to a missing anthropologically valuable human fossil that disappeared in China shortly before Pearl Harbor.

January 14, 1975: Computer Killer
Season 7, episode 15
W: Tim Maschler   D: Alf Kjellin

With Ed Sheehan (Joseph Kehoe), George Kennedy (Larry Fredericks), Albert Harris (Bowman), Norman duPont (William Curtis), Gary Kau (Asst. District Attorney Lu), Moki Palacio (Jeweller), Jeff David (Charles Aarons), Robert F. Simon (Hugh Tilles), Alfred Goldman (Anthony Tilles), Dave Donnelly (Hank Kinsell), Ava Readdy (Maureen Tilles), John A. Scott (Judge Petersen).
An investigation into a murder is sent off track through the modification of computer information, and Five-O must use the latest technology to rescue the case.

January 21, 1975: A Woman's Work Is With A Gun
Season 7, episode 16
W: Glen Olson, Rod Baker   D: Douglas Green

With Patricia Hindy (Dina), Patricia Wynand (Fay), Dale Morse (Margaret), Eugene Roche (Ed Hudson), Wendell Martin (Hoffman), Louis Ko (Driver), Elsie De Mello (Nurse), Jimmy Borges (Lew Chang).
Three troubled women take up armed robbery aboard scenic tourist buses and become the object of Steve McGarrett's hunt.

January 28, 1975: Small Witness, Large Crime
Season 7, episode 17
W: Orville H. Hampton   D: Bruce Bilson

With Elizabeth Smith (Rosalei Kahela), Tommy Fujiwara (Tommy), Wright Esser (Captain Andrews), Richard Villard (Banker), France Nuyen (Frances Chai), John Kerry (Dix Kercheval), Joshua Farin (Moki), Ted Nobriga (Judge Keona).
When Five-O nabs a shanty town ragamuffin for a minor theft, it sparks friction between McGarrett and a dedicated but impetuous female deputy public defender.

February 4, 1975: Ring Of Life
Season 7, episode 18
W: Tim Maschler   D: John Peyser

With Don Knight (Nichols), William Prince (Willard Coleman), Harvey Jason (Ram Bushan), Penelope Windust (Dr. Cramer), Barbara Eda-Young (Amy MacLaine), John Chappell (Ben Clark), Murli Manghnani (Badar Vasanti), Meherunnissa Ramani (Secretary), Don Lev (Avery Marsh).
The $1 million reward offered for the return of five rare figurines missing from the Vale of Kashmir launches a global snowball of murder, mayhem and robbery that rolls right into McGarrett's territory.

February 11, 1975: Study In Rage
Season 7, episode 19
W: Martin Roth   D: Allen Reisner

With Richard Hatch (Mike), Gretchen Corbett (Glynis), Josie Over (Connie Honaka), Alan Naluai (Charlie Moka), John Stalker (Dr. Spear), Electra Gailas Fair (Ethel Spear).
Untwisting the psychotic mind depicted in a murdered psychiatrist's unfinished surrealistic painting is the task McGarrett must tackle in order to find the victim's killer.

February 18, 1975: And The Horse Jumped Over The Moon
Season 7, episode 20
W: Larry Brody   D: Douglas Green

With Ed Flanders (Bernie Ross), Bob Sevey (Bob Royer), Robert Harker (Hollander), Galen Kam (Desk Clerk), Bruce Boxleitner (Kevin Caulder), Jo Ann Harris (Laurie), Robert Sandla (Rick Corso), David Pires Jr. (Jordie), Marc Baxley (Mark Traynor).
Death-defying free-fall jumps from 15,000 feet over Oahu's remote North Shore set the scene for a "perfect crime" that goes awry because of a junkie's need for drugs.

February 25, 1975: Hit Gun For Sale
Season 7, episode 21
W: Martin Roth   D: John Peyser

With Nehemiah Persoff (Cordell), Tommy Sands (Joey), Sal Mineo (Eddie), Seth Sakai (Yuki Honomora), Jerry Waialae (Benny Furtado), Darcy Cook (Nina), Les Freed (Willie Norvic), Tony Martini (Bonner), Rudolfo Aquino (Wanaka), David Horcajo (Gage).
McGarrett goes all out to keep the lid on a threatened organized crime war by tracking both an unknown hitman and his target.

March 11, 1975: The Hostage
Season 7, episode 22
W: Bud Freeman   D: Allen Reisner

With Dane Clark (Jesse), Linda Purl (Ruth), Scott Brady (Grover), Morgan Sha'an (Colonel Chadway), Ed Sheehan (Reverend Craighill), Wisa D'Orso (Mrs. Cooper), David Palmer (Wiley Sheppard), Bernard Ching (Officer Moriki), Chuck Couch (Officer Pearson), Jack Denton (Murray Clarke), Alice Lemon (Mrs. Chadway), Joan Young (Emily Martin), James Kahoano (Richard Holden), Dennis Chun (Officer Wade).
To use force or to use reason as a police procedure -- that is the question that puts McGarrett at odds with a police captain when a deranged ex-Army sergeant shoots a cop and captures a teenager.

March 18, 1975: Diary Of A Gun
Season 7, episode 23
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Douglas Green

With Tommy Fujiwara (Joey Rubato), Beau Van Den Ecker (Frito), Richard Morrison (Eddie Larkin), Lee Stetson (Alfie), Susan Stewart (Ellen Chang), Ramon Bieri (Michael Briggs), Lauren Levian (Mrs. Briggs), Edward Remington (Richman), Gregory Scott Dela Cruz (Arthur Chang).
A cheap revolver, passing from hand to hand, causes mayhem and murder as McGarrett and his Five-O team follow its bloody trail.

March 25, 1975: 6,000 Deadly Tickets
Season 7, episode 24
W: Leonard Stadd, Arlene Stadd   D: John Peyser

With Jack Hogan (Fred Burke), Kwan Hi Lim (Win Low), Tommy Fujiwara (Shige Yagamato), Bill Edwards (Simpson), Norman Wright (Marvin Wilson), Peggy Anne Siegmund (Irene Lewis), Derek Mau (Haleka), Jack Kosslyn (Harry Rosen), Vernon Hayes (Ollie Harris), Alan Birdsell (Lui), Robert Turnbull (Franklin), Wilder Parker (Sergeant Watt).
McGarrett joins forces with a air traffic investigator in an attempt to stop an airline ticket racket that not only bilks the airlines but also has cost several lives.





September 12, 1975: Murder - Eyes Only (1)
Season 8, episode 1
W: Orville H. Hampton, Jerome Coopersmith   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Harry Guardino (Commander Wallace), Lloyd Bochner (Captain Newhouse), Khigh Dhiegh (Wo Fat), Lee Stetson (Captain Fesler), Robert Nelson (Mr. Chong), Morgan Sha'an (Dr. Pendler), Wayne Ward (Commander Nordhoff), Donna Mills (Marcia Bissell), David Birney (Woody Waldron), William Biff McGuire (Sam Bissell), Ray Reinhardt (Dr. Bickman), Jackie Ben (Teura), Richard Wilder (Navy Chief Collins).
The eighth season opens with Steve McGarrett's annual change-of-pace -- his active-duty cruise with the Naval Reserve -- taking on a familiar feel when he draws orders to investigate the murder of a Naval intelligence officer by a letter bomb.

September 19, 1975: McGarrett Is Missing
Season 8, episode 3
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Bruce Bilson

With Jack Hogan (Commander Demarest), Robert Luck (Marty Langer), Bernard Ching (Ernie Kwan), Mitch Mitchell (Warden Jenkins), Jo Pruden (Mrs. Langer), Moe Keale (Hilo Policeman), Charles Cioffi (Charlie Bombay), Donna Ornellas (Luana).
McGarrett finds himself with a serious leg wound and at the mercy of an armed and dangerous escaped convict when a plane carrying them crashes in the forest and there is no rescue in sight.

September 26, 1975: Termination With Extreme Prejudice
Season 8, episode 4
W: Norman Lessing   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Murray Matheson (Lord Danby), Juliet Mills (Lady Sibyl Danby), Kwan Hi Lim (Yuan Kee), Harry Chang (Wan Tai), John A. Hunt (Ed Sloane), Dan O'Herlihy (Harry Wells), Inny Young (Li Tsiang).
McGarrett's Five-O unit searches for the body of a missing English tourist who has apparently drowned in the Waikiki surf.

October 3, 1975: Target? The Lady
Season 8, episode 5
W: Tim Maschler   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Robert Witthans (Charles Brolin), Susan Dey (Susan Bradshaw), Marc Singer (Jeff Haywood), Todd Armstrong (Curt Anderson), Brendan Burns (Rob Bradshaw), Andrew Prine (Wally Hatch).
After a man with Las Vegas connections is found murdered, McGarrett and his crew seek a girl who has been serving as a courier for a Las Vegas casino, and then discover a hit man is racing to get her.

October 10, 1975: Death's Name Is Sam
Season 8, episode 6
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With George Takei (Timor Ambok/Nathaniel Blake), John Colicos (Mr. Thorncrest), Constance Towers (Mrs. Thorncrest), Lou Frizzell (Pete Masters).
A road accident starts the trail towards a plot to use a Russian-made surface-to-air missile to bring down a VIP jet plane.

October 17, 1975: The Case Against McGarrett
Season 8, episode 7
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Harold Gould (Honore Vashon), R.B. Sorko-Ram (Tasai), Seth Sakai (Saito), Electra Gailas Fair (Mrs. Carver), John Stalker (Assistant Warden Geddison), Kent Bowman (Warden Heller), Danny Kamekona (Sergeant Noble), Reggie Ho (Lu Win), Kimo Kahoano (Sergeant Kester), John Gracciano (Afuso).
McGarrett is tried for murder by a group of dangerous convicts when he turns himself over to them as a hostage.

October 24, 1975: The Defector
Season 8, episode 8
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Jerry Jameson

With Soon-Teck Oh (Chiang Liu), Lee Stetson (Commander Hudson), Pat Hingle (Dr. Grant Ormsbee), Mary Ann Chinn (Carol), Ben Jaus (Thatcher), Robert Lee (Lew Kameka).
McGarrett locks horns with a tough research scientist working on a Navy assignment.

October 31, 1975: Sing A Song Of Suspense
Season 8, episode 9
W: Bill Stratton   D: Bruce Bilson

With Lois Nettleton (Chelsea Merriman), Tom Atkins (Koko Apaleka), Karen Huston (Julene Balli), Shelly Novack (Officer MacDougall), Ward Benson (Dewey), Jerry Waialae (Aleno Kimura), Jimmy Borges (Walter Mapu), Fred Ball (Allen), Jean Tarrant (Mrs. Stroud), Robert Lui (Taplin), Rudolfo Aquino (Frank Watanabe), Lee Gaber (Townsend), Traci Weled (Marissa), Jody Mishan (Carol), Bryan Da Silva (Hanolo Martin).
McGarrett and his crew must protect a singer from assassination by a Hawaii racketeering kingpin.

November 7, 1975: Retire In Sunny Hawaii -- Forever
Season 8, episode 10
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Bruce Bilson

With Helen Hayes (Clara Williams), Ian Wolfe (Edgar Miller), Charles Durning (Haven), Lynne Ellen Hollinger (Ellen Sutherland), Charles Peck (Fake Mr. Miller), Peggy Oumansky (Mrs. Crenshaw).
The murder in Hawaii of an elderly man who was the seatmate of Danny's aunt on the airliner that brought her on a visit to the islands puts McGarrett onto a case of embezzling of state funds.

November 14, 1975: How To Steal A Submarine
Season 8, episode 11
W: Walter Black   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Jack Cassidy (Orrin Morwood), Nephi Hannemann (Rafael Orduno), Robert Harker (Commander Miller), Don Pomes (Submarine Operator), Darby Hinton (James Scott), Lei Kayahara (Nani Hakua), Francis Kamahele (Pete Akula), Ed Kaahea (Arley Kanoa), Allen Okawa (Sammy Kulu).
A vice-principal who doubles as a narcotics pusher enlists the help of his students and a submarine to smuggle drugs.

November 21, 1975: The Waterfront Steal
Season 8, episode 12
W: Albert Aley   D: Allen Reisner

With Simon Oakland (Jose Mendoza), Ric Marlow (Harry Opala), Tommy Fujiwara (Luis Kimura), Alan Naluai (Zeno Kahana), Kathy Beller (Elena Mendoza), Richard Hatch (Tommy Lin), Jay Vince Priore (Charlie), Herb Armstrong (Dorrow).
An influential owner of warehouses in Honolulu creates a civic uproar by damning the police for their failure to halt a wave of warehouse burglaries.

November 28, 1975: Honor Is An Unmarked Grave
Season 8, episode 13
W: Bud Freeman   D: Jack Lord

With Eileen Heckart (Agatha Henderson), James Olson (Travis Marshall), Jerry Waialae (Paul Kanahele), Elissa Dulce Hoopai (Maru Kanahele), Moe Keale (Kono), Bob Sevey (Bob Simpson), Bernard Ching (Shiru), David Hashimoto (Koji), Stanley Puchalski (Kimo), Larry Goeas (Sergeant Holmes).
A publicity-hungry crime writer-detective discovers the remains of a youth who has been listed as missing for seven years, ballyhoos the mystery as the subject of his next book and publicly brands the Five-O unit as incompetent for never having solved the crime.

December 4, 1975: A Touch Of Guilt
Season 8, episode 14
W: Anne Collins   D: Joe Manduke

With Richard Masur (Bink Avery), Adam Arkin (Alex Scofield), Seth Sakai (Father), Winston Char (Malano), David Palmer (Physician), Terry Plunkett (Bar Manager), Ethel Azama (Mother), Lance Hool (Kim Hughes), Michael Collins (Hal Zimmerman), Beverly Kushida (Lani Okano), William Croarkin (Scavenger), Les Fong (David Matsui).
Stabbed critically, a college football star is taken to a hospital by two other stars of the team, instigating a Five-O investigation including the son of a well-known U.S. senator and a coldblooded, well-oiled coverup of a gang rape.

December 11, 1975: Wooden Model Of A Rat
Season 8, episode 15
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: Philip Leacock

With Edward Asner (August March), Kwan Hi Lim (Suzari), Josie Over (Malinda Grant), Richard McKenzie (Gustave Lupin), John Fujioka (Professor Masaaki), Bill Lee (Dr. Hayabusa), Walter James (Dan Mezukian), Peter Chung (Kim Chung Lo).
While trying to smash a smuggling ring trafficking in rare and valuable Oriental art objects, McGarrett is suddenly mortified to find himself under public attack and indicted on a charge of possessing one of the contraband articles.

December 18, 1975: Deadly Persuasion
Season 8, episode 16
W: Tim Maschler   D: Allen Reisner

With George Herman (Harry Oakland), Ed Sheehan (Dr. Stern), Harold Iseke (Officer Lukana), Kario Salem (Brad Stevens), George Playdon (Professor Davis), Wallace Chappell (Bowman), Robert Lee (Captain Tanaka), Gary Miyakawa (Officer White).
Officer Danny Williams, a European royal family which is visiting Hawaii, and many other people are periled by a deranged youth who is using a stolen vial of lethal nerve gas in an attempt to avenge his dead father.

January 1, 1976: Legacy Of Terror
Season 8, episode 17
W: Larry Forrester   D: Bruce Bilson

With Lew Ayres (Commander Blackwell), Mako (Kazuo Tahashi), Don Porter (Alex Kelsey), C.K. Huang (Minoru Tahashi), Moe Keale (Din Lee), Arte McCullough (Tolaka), Haunani Minn (Kim Matsu), Bob Apisa (Regan), Joe Kuon (Strang).
McGarrett's force seeks the killer of an aged importer who was a Japanese spy in Hawaii before the Pearl harbor attack, and was reputed to be the only person to know of the hiding place of a fortune in gold that has been missing since World War II.

January 8, 1976: Loose Ends Get Hit
Season 8, episode 18
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Henry Darrow (Billy Madrid), Jimmy Borges (Kum Chi), Lynne Ellen Hollinger (Madeleine Grey), Ted Scott (Chauncey Allen), Dick Fair (Ralph Gordon), Mitch Mitchell (Chief Davis), Beau Van Den Ecker (Joe), Amanda McBroom (Sandi Welles).
McGarrett is stunned as the state's case against an island racketeer vaporizes because McGarrett has been suckered by the prosecution's star witness.

January 15, 1976: Anatomy Of A Bribe
Season 8, episode 19
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Joe Manduke

With Norman Wright (George Barnes), Allan Arbus (Vince Maynard), Robert Hogan (Martin Rogers), John Karlen (Dave Harris), Darcy Cook (Betty Rogers), Don Mundell (Ralph Lawson), Walter Yong (Joe Kimura).
Honolulu's new trade center is devastated by fire and McGarrett suspects foul play.

January 29, 1976: Turkey Shoot At Makapuu
Season 8, episode 20
W: Bill Stratton   D: Ernest Pintoff

With Lou Richards (Draper Taggart), Billy Roessler (Blooey), Wallace Landford (Soma), Lee Purcell (Molly Taggart), Kenneth O'Brien (Oscar Lang), Susie Burke (Shiela Romney), Byron Akiona (Carl), Kalani Kinimaka (Lt. Olana).
McGarrett searches for the killers of a girl, and for a hang glider pilot who the killers believe was an airborne witness to the murder.

February 5, 1976: A Killer Grows Wings
Season 8, episode 21
W: Orville H. Hampton   D: Philip Leacock

With Robert Witthans (Vadney), Josie Over (Dr. Maitland), Bruce Wilson (Dr. Weatherby), Reggie Ho (Jose Gomez), Paul Shenar (Warren Chadwick), Carol Vogel (Kate Holbrook).
Three criminals, threatening to destroy the sugar cane industry and willing to murder in the bargain, become Five-O targets.

February 12, 1976: The Capsule Kidnapping
Season 8, episode 22
W: Jack Epps Jr., Anderson G. House   D: Bernard McEveety

With Bruce Boxleitner (Paul Colburn), Liam Sullivan (Dr. Philip Tolvar), Susie Elene (Asuko Sunada), Daniel Taba (Byong Sunahara), Shawn Sherman (Tadashi Sunahara), George Kennedy (Commander Fredericks), Michael H. Hasegawa (Shigemi), Norman duPont (Victor).
A Japanese terrorist, with the aid of two gullible American scientists, kidnaps the son of Japan's biggest industrialist.

February 26, 1976: Love Thy Neighbor -- Take His Wife
Season 8, episode 23
W: James L. Henderson   D: Charles S. Dubin

With David Huddleston (Vincent Rhoads), Dennis Redfield (Molony), James Karen (Del Wingfield), Janit Baldwin (Julie Rhoads), Alba Francesca (Lisa Wingfield), Jan Shapiro (Professor Sellers), Robert Turnbull (Bob Skinner), Kimo Kahoano (Ben Tanaka), Danny Kamekona (Kekoa).
Steve McGarrett searches for the kidnapper of the wife of a wealthy land developer.

March 4, 1976: A Sentence To Steal
Season 8, episode 24
W: Glen Olson, Rod Baker   D: David Friedkin

With Tommy Fujiwara (John Manoa), Remi Abellira (Jimmy Luka), Sam Peters (Hogan), Ron Nakahara (Pete), Harry Chang (Harry Lio), Ed Fernandez (Yoshi), Barbara Baxley (Elizabeth Rollins), Tommy Sands (Edward Ross), Rudy Ramos (Louie Pakoa), Gregory Enton (Joey Cooper), Chuck Akamine (Gary), Stephen Arruda (Tommy), Dennis Dubin (Vinnie Kowa), Sakae Takahashi (Ned Loe), David Pires (Lualo).
McGarrett sends an undercover agent into a rehabilitation institution for delinquent youths to secure a lead on gold thefts from dental supply warehouses.





September 30, 1976: Nine Dragons
Season 9, episode 1
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Khigh Dhiegh (Wo Fat), Michael Anderson Jr. (Anthony Waring), Yankee Chang (Professor Po Ling), Harry Chang (Professor Kiamalu), Robert Nelson (Mr. Chong), Amy Chun (Suzie), David Tomlinson (Blake), Dina Merrill (Dr. Dalton), Daniel Taba (Professor Shimoto), Rich King (Kee Mun), Fung Ngai (Han Chu), Bob Hanna (Carter).
The ninth season opens with McGarrett in Hong Kong pursuing his perennial antagonist, Wo Fat, who has stolen a cache of deadly nerve gas.

October 7, 1976: Assault On The Palace
Season 9, episode 3
W: Jerome Coopersmith   D: Ernest Pintoff

With Clu Gulager (Arthur Lambert), Michael McGuire (Thomas Horton), Billy Roessler (Taxi Joe Malua), Robert Costa (Professor Henry Kalani), Jack Hisatake (Kimo), Albert Harris (Bank President), David Palmer (Harry Lewis), Herbert Kobayashi (Dr. Matzo), Logan Barrie Jones (Maggie Burns), Keo Hughes (Edna Kalakaua).
The Hawaiian history museum curator secretly plots to turn criminal and stage the biggest bank robbery in island annals.

October 14, 1976: Oldest Profession -- Latest Price
Season 9, episode 4
W: Anne Collins   D: Philip Leacock

With Elaine Joyce (Cory), Ned Beatty (Keith Caldwell), Kimo Kahoano (Frank), Robert Witthans (Pendleton), Darrah Lau (Alison Moana), Debby Simpson (Dee), Edda Damon (Pam), Kelly Bishop (Char), JoAnn Morgan (Teura), Ted Purcell (Mark), Donna Ornellas (Joanie).
The murder of island prostitutes seems to be linked to an extortion racketeer who is determined to make a return.

October 21, 1976: Man On Fire
Season 9, episode 5
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Gordon Hessler

With Pat Hingle (Dr. Grant Ormsbee), John Hillerman (Donald Blair), Alan Fudge (Piet deGroot), Wayne Oxford (Dolby), Elizabeth Smith (Mrs. Kapehala), Camille Yamamoto (Marston), George Playdon (Dr. Larch), Ann Ramos (Janice), Paulette Franco (Barbara Soong), Carl Smith (Blake), John Gary (Grainger), Pauly Gardner (Peg Wilson), Lynn Howell Morse (Leila Kapehala), Jim Doney (Dr. Gleason), Tamar Cooper (Julia).
Five bodies are found in the Mauna Loa crater and the mystery becomes even more startling to McGarrett when he discovers who they were and what caused their deaths.

October 28, 1976: Tour De Force, Killer Aboard
Season 9, episode 6
W: Charles Larson   D: Jerry London

With Linda Ryan (Hazel Parr), Harold Iseke (Dave), Ted Scott (Mr. X), Cliff Gorman (Robert Huston), Udana Power (Julia Louise Lewis), Boris Aplon (Vaughn), Amanda McBroom (Sandi Welles), Jerry Cox (Young), Michael Markrich (Sheikh Ibrahim Khaldoun).
Two seemingly unconnected deaths lead McGarrett into a desperate race to prevent the assassination of a visiting sheik.

November 4, 1976: The Last Of The Great Paperhangers
Season 9, episode 7
W: Orville H. Hampton   D: Philip Leacock

With Kevin McCarthy (Hunter R. Hickey), Elaine Giftos (Janice Lockman), Bob Basso (Bill Stevens), Antony Ponzini (Mack), Shawn Sherman (Calvin), Ken Stimson (Treasury Officer Helms), Clem Low (Wan Li).
After brazenly victimizing the Five-O unit, a forger makes preparations for an even bigger coup.

November 11, 1976: Heads, You're Dead
Season 9, episode 8
W: Herman Groves   D: Bruce Bilson

With Lou Richards (Jim Thompson), Jack Hogan (Lt. Commander Brannen), Jerry Boyd (Powers), Paul Koslo (Charlie Turner), John Lisbon Wood (Bama Melton), Bryant Young (Yoshi), Lloyd Campbell (Lyle Thompson), Roy Damron (Ramsey), Coralie Vellis (Celeste Thompson), Frank Kane (Eldon), John Thorp (Murphy), Carl Tovares (Captain Van Cleef), Skip Lambert (Richie).
Tragedy strikes the annual Trans-Pac race from California to Hawaii, bringing McGarrett and his agents into the sporty yachting scene.

November 18, 1976: Let Death Do Us Part
Season 9, episode 9
W: Bud Freeman   D: Barry Crane

With Zohra Lampert (Anita Newhall), Jack Kelly (Jim Spier), Lyle Bettger (Karl Norton), Linda Ryan (Claudine Hessler), Arline Anderson (Helen Newhall), Ronna Talmer (Jane).
The manhunt for Jim Spier, who was convicted three years ago of murdering his wealthy wife and who has broken out of prison, leads McGarrett to try to reconstruct the police investigation of the murder in hopes of uncovering a clue to Spier's present whereabouts.

December 2, 1976: Double Exposure
Season 9, episode 10
W: Dean Tait, David Deutsch   D: Sutton Roley

With Seth Sakai (Vincent Kauoli), Danny Kamekona (Captain Tanaka), Luella Costello (Edith Ward), Beau Van Den Ecker (Sammy Nolo), Meg Foster (Anne Waring), Thayer David (Doyle Weston), George Wyner (Allen Sherick), John Gracciano (Angelo Okima), Samuel Hiona (Lou Tolford), Michael Palmere (Pule Lamii).
A press photographer is pursued relentlessly after she takes a photo of a supposedly dead gangster who has returned to the islands to take control of the local syndicate.

December 16, 1976: Yes, My Deadly Daughter
Season 9, episode 11
W: Tim Maschler   D: Bruce Bilson

With Irene Yah-Ling Sun (Lee Mai Liu), Clyde Kusatsu (Jerry Quan), Paul Hecht (Varna), Len Ross (Lou Benson), Ronald Black (Keoki), Carl Botefuhr (Ray Vincent), Kwan Hi Lim (Chang Liu), Remi Abellira (Bobby Kalani), Reggie Ho (Tony).
When $10 million goes missing from a crime lord, the culprit seems to be dangerously close to home.

December 23, 1976: Target -- A Cop
Season 9, episode 12
W: Bill Stratton   D: Robert Scheerer

With Don Stroud (Nathan Purdy), Gerald McRaney (Tim Ryder), Seth Sakai (Captain Sakai), Bernard Ching (Officer Ichiro), Wallace Landford (Matt), Jo Pruden (Dispatcher), Gary Kau (Officer Mifune), Ron Nakahara (Officer Ming), Lee Stetson (Sgt Claybourne), Terry Plunkett (Oni), Stephen Schnetzer (Officer Blankenship), Barton McCullough (Officer Cartwright), Russell Sacco (Bob), Dorothy Mackaill (Mrs. Pelcher), Mark Malmborg (Officer MacDougall).
Paraplegic as the result of a police bullet, a vengeful ex-con turns sniper and begins shooting down police officers.

January 6, 1977: The Bells Toll At Noon
Season 9, episode 13
W: Charles Larson   D: Jack Lord

With Rich Little (Johnny Kling), Don Knight (Thayler), Milton Selzer (Kellman), Jimmy Borges (Tommy Saito), Terry Plunkett (Apartment Manager), Jorie Remus (Mrs. Cramer), Kevin O'Connor (Carlie Hazard), Johnny Walker (Pete Holloway), Pauly Gardner (Ramona), Len Mednick (Landlord), Mel Ferrer (Father Neill).
Rich Little guest stars in his first dramatic role, depicting the self-appointed avenger of a girl who, after kicking the drug habit, was turned on to it again by a pusher and died from an overdose.

January 13, 1977: Man In A Steel Frame
Season 9, episode 14
W: Robert Stambler   D: Allen Reisner

With Camilla Sparv (Cathi Ryan), Jonathan Lippe (Malcolm Vaughn), Terry Plunkett (Lt. Matsuda), Kimo Kahoano (Yoshi), Danny Kamekona (Charlie Ing), Alan Naluai (Sam Wailua), Elissa Dulce Hoopai (Nali).
The slugs that killed McGarrett's girlfriend are proven to have been fired from his service revolver. He is arrested for murder and has no inkling of who set him up.

January 20, 1977: Ready... Aim...
Season 9, episode 15
W: Tim Maschler   D: Jerry London

With Manu Tupou (Nahashi), Jimmy Borges (Robert Makala), John Stalker (Mr. Hodges), France Nuyen (Iso), Edward James Olmos (Dancer), Nana Nakano (Iso's Daughter), Roger Perry (Morrison).
Steve McGarrett attempts to smash a gun-running operation that stretches from Hawaii to Tokyo.

January 27, 1977: Elegy In A Rain Forest
Season 9, episode 16
W: Herman Groves   D: Sutton Roley

With William Watson (Marcus Lucien), Edward Gallardo (David), Randy Ruff (Rich), Harry Williams (Sancho), Francis Kamahele (Jerry), Lauren Levian (Niami), Laurie Prange (Karen), Beau Van Den Ecker (Homer Wamano).
Steve McGarrett searches for both a rapist-murderer and a lost college girl in the mountains of Oahu, fearful in the meantime that they will encounter one another.

February 3, 1977: Dealer's Choice -- Blackmail
Season 9, episode 17
W: Tim Maschler   D: Ernest Pintoff

With John Ritter (Mike Welles), Amanda McBroom (Sandi Welles), Nehemiah Persoff (Victor Palua), Ernest Chan (Sgt. Tatapu), Emma Veary (Rose Tatapu), Michael Morgan (Sammy Crane), Jorie Remus (Jimmy Tanaka), Joe Moore (Jed Rucker), Barry Russo (Willy Vance), Rap Reiplinger (Stu Hinman), Earl Kingston (Joey), Reri Tava Jobe (Ellie Jacobs).
McGarrett searches for the unidentified witness to the murder of a police officer, unaware that the youth he seeks is the brother of a colleague.

February 17, 1977: A Capitol Crime
Season 9, episode 18
W: Bill Stratton   D: Sutton Roley

With Jimmy Borges, Barnard Hughes (Clinton Palmer), Dick Davalos (George Hawley), Sharon Farrell (Mary Beth Rogers), Sutton Roley (Judge Thorenson).
An elderly man threatens to blow himself and his hostages up if the Governor doesn't stop the demolition of his home.

February 24, 1977: To Die In Paradise
Season 9, episode 19
W: Bill Stratton   D: Joe Manduke

With Christopher Connelly (Dennis), Pamela Franklin (Bobbie Jo), Stephen Young (Quincy), Tommy Leonetti (Stanley Ducco), Kevin Coates (Colin Lamb), Robert Lee (Kauai Police Captain), Donald Carter (Commander Devons), Lee Jay Lambert (Bible Jim), Mary Taylor (Amanda).
While vacationing in Hawaii, a country singer is kidnapped for $500,000 ransom, and as Steve McGarrett's Five-O force begins investigating, it appears that the victim and her abductors have perished at sea.

March 3, 1977: Blood Money Is Hard To Wash
Season 9, episode 20
W: Bill Stratton   D: Allen Reisner

With Dane Clark (Victor Jovanko), Jo Anne Worley (Anna Jovanko), Jim Demarest (Nathan Miller), Lee Stetson (Ed Gurney), Ed Sheehan (Burt Davis), Tommy Fujiwara (Dr. Carruthers), E. Lynne Kimoto (Lani), Barry Russo (Albert Jovanko), Terry Takada (Josan), Clayton Naluai (Frankie Apollo), John Allen (Charlie Steadman), Jean Tarrant (Mrs. Stevens), Terry Kiser (Augie).
A mainland racketeer's mission of taking over by force the ownership of a Hawaiian professional football team brings him into a head-on collision with Hawaii Five-O.

March 17, 1977: To Kill A Mind
Season 9, episode 21
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Gordon Hessler

With Mel Ferrer (Emil Radick), Pat Hingle (Dr. Grant Ormsbee), Laura Campbell (Margaret Hammond), Keith McConnell (Carl Reed), Bill Langenheim (David Hammond), Pauly Gardner (Cathy Doar), Bucklind Beery (Larsen), Debi Parker (Melissa), Dean Melang (Commander Miller), Bob Turnbull (Captain Morelli), Tommy Fujiwara (Sergeant Mirataki).
While searching for a sunken Soviet submarine, McGarrett become suspicious about the particular parts that are being recovered.

March 24, 1977: Requiem For A Saddle-Bronc Rider
Season 9, episode 22
W: Herman Groves   D: Harry Harris

With Rod Aiu (Possum), Roland Naauao (Lt. Matusu), Carole Kai (Alaki), George DiCenzo (Jessup), Nicholas Hammond (Calvib), Al Lopaka (Billy), Audrey Meyers (Lani), Jim Doney (Doctor), Leinaala Heine (Mrs. Kapalii), Rusty Jones (Slim), Victoria Racimo (Susie).
Why have the bodies of a young man, painted bright orange, and a young woman been dumped into the sea? McGarrett searches for a missing rodeo cowboy believed to be related to the crime.

March 31, 1977: See How She Runs
Season 9, episode 23
W: Anne Collins   D: Harvey Laidman

With Lynne Ellen Hollinger (Liana), Kwan Hi Lim (Maiki), Luella Costello (Mariah), Jack Hisatake (Disco Owner), Jessica Harper (Sunny Mandell), William Biff McGuire (Babe Mandell), Steve Carlson (Osiris), Roland Nip (Cloud), Ehukai Teves (Rainbow), Teri Foster Brooks (Rhyme), Valerie Charles (Karma), Paul Shenar (Todd Daniels).
The 17-year-old runaway daughter of a Los Angeles police detective is framed for a murder in Honolulu.

May 5, 1977: Practical Jokes Can Kill You
Season 9, episode 24
W: Bill Stratton   D: Ernest Pintoff

With Norman Wright (Walter Bemsley), Lee Purcell (Molly Taggart), Charles Frank (Todd Seymour), Barry Russo (Abilleno), Chanell Akamine (Joko), Dane Taylor (Benjie), Lani Kim Wolter (Lani), Jeff Kennedy (Col. Westmore), Brad Dugan (Cpl. Hawpes), Terence Brady (Sgt. Sperry), Allan Rich (Lou Marvin).
A team of crooks, intent on stealing M-16 rifles and selling them to terrorists, forces a pair of hang-gliding pranksters to help them.





September 15, 1977: Up The Rebels
Season 10, episode 1
W: Robert Janes   D: Don Weis

With Lee Stetson (Jim Ryan), John Stalker (Captain Watson), Ed Sheehan (Commander Sprague), Elayne Heilveil (Casey Fogarty), Stephen Boyd (Father Costigan), Johnny Walker (Sergeant Tillman).
Season premiere. A ruthless Irish terrorist uses disguise and deception in order to hijack and smuggle an exotic new explosive out of Hawaii to Northern Ireland.

September 22, 1977: You Don't See Many Pirates These Days
Season 10, episode 2
W: Bill Stratton   D: Ron Satlof

With Rossano Brazzi (Zeno Stavrik), Mark Lenard (Lt. Commander Hawkins), Bruce Wilson (Conroy Baylor), Beau Van Den Ecker (Joey), Joe Moore (Stefan), Dick Fair (Captain Covalt), Don Pomes (Perka), Ed Fernandez (Joseph), Lord Blears (Artie Loudermilk), John Fitzgibbon (Markle), Sam Sanford (Greasy), Daniel Cicogni (Sven).
Five-O chief Steve McGarrett is joined by the Coast Guard in his search for the hijacked freighter of a wealthy shipping magnate.

September 29, 1977: The Cop On The Cover
Season 10, episode 3
W: Anne Collins, Gerry Day   D: Paul Stanley

With Jean Simmons (Terri O'Brien), Henry Darrow (Stuart Longworth), Albert M. Harris (Burroughs), Russ Trinidad (Masaru), Michael Snedecker (Jason Longworth), Elaine Ballace (Hilary Longworth), James Benton (Jackson), Josie Over (Kia Chieu), Emma Veary (Lila Moala), Jo Pruden (Emily Longworth).
An aggressive magazine writer is doing a cover story on Steve, and she criticizes his every move in a kidnap case.

October 13, 1977: The Friends Of Joey Kalima
Season 10, episode 4
W: Robert Janes   D: Douglas Green, Don Weis

With John Rubinstein (Joey Kalima), Elaine Giftos (Lily Kalima), Alan Oppenheimer (Bernie Fryer), Seth Sakai (Batai), Kimo Kahoano (Reed), Jimmy Borges (Marco), Chuck Couch (Otis), Kwan Hi Lim (Keoki Topo), Elizabeth Smith (Mama Topo), Bernard Ching (Sergeant Wong), Al Lopaka (Teo Rodriguez), Brian Fong (Lewis Topo).
McGarrett engages in a desperate legal struggle to prove the innocence of a young officer accused of dereliction of duty.

October 20, 1977: The Descent Of The Torches
Season 10, episode 5
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: Douglas Green

With George DiCenzo (Professor Kalei), Geraldine Page (Philomena Underwood), Lou Richards (George Atkins), Nephi Hannemann (Mahina), John A. Hunt (Charles Underwood), Lee Jay Lambert (Eddie), Jimmy Enocencio (Sarka), Lydia Jade (Mrs. Kalei).
Five-O must find out whether the death of an archaeologist is linked to his supposed desecration of the tomb of King Kamehameha.

October 27, 1977: The Ninth Step
Season 10, episode 6
W: Robert Pirosh   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Gil Gerard (Marty Cobb), Emilio Delgado (Vic Salazar), Lynne Ellen Hollinger (Mavis), Chuck Couch (Harry), George Herman (Eddie), Linda Redfearn (Gloria), Kimo Hugho (Tice).
When a former Honolulu cop's drunken blunder permits a sensational armored-truck robbery to succeed, McGarrett doubles his efforts to find the fugitives who may try a repeat performance.

November 10, 1977: Shake Hands With The Man On The Moon
Season 10, episode 7
W: Robert Janes   D: Ron Satlof

With James Wainwright (Richard Royce), Bob Sevey (Stan Richmond), Kwan Hi Lim (Ramos), David Palmer (John David Knight), Allan Miller (Frank Devlin), Christina Hart (Chris Harmon), Bob Golden (Reed), John Gracciano (Otis), Barron Buchwach (Buzz).
McGarrett must deal with an astronaut turned real-estate salesman in order to crack the case of a murdered reporter.

November 17, 1977: Deadly Doubles
Season 10, episode 8
W: Robert Janes   D: Marc Daniels

With Kurt Russell (Peter Valchek), Carole Tru Foster (Katrina Bukowski), Tim Matheson (Brent Saunders), Stefan Gierasch (Sergei Borzov), Kerry Sherman (Wendy), Charles Hallahan (Larry Kent), Marrian Walters (Marta Schmidt), George Oshiro (Mr. Funai), Earl Boen (Denisovich).
Steve is thrust into an international situation when a tennis star announces her intention to defect to the U.S. and a staff member of an eastern European team is murdered.

December 8, 1977: Deep Cover
Season 10, episode 9
W: Robert Janes   D: Steven Hilliard Stern

With Geoffrey Lewis (Commander Nolan), Maud Adams (Maria Noble), Dale Robinette (Michael Trikonis), Bob Basso (Captain Kemp), Don Pomes (Chief Bishop), Joe Moore (Commander Rizzo), Jeff Kennedy (Admiral Dunn), Herb Hardin (Commander Rivers), Don Rockwell (Captain Fitzsimmons), Vernon Hayes (Commander Polakoff).
When a murdered U.S. Navy submarine officer is found near where a U.S. destroyer detected an unidentified submarine, McGarrett wonders where the investigation will lead.

December 22, 1977: Tsunami
Season 10, episode 10
W: Don Balluck   D: Harvey Laidman

With Lyle Bettger (Dr. Dmitri Sartain), Ron Nakahara (Kenji Tatsumo), David Palmer (Dave Keller), Leigh McCloskey (Ted Bonner), Ayn Ruymen (Shirley Collins), Sidney Clute (Ron Bradford), Jim Simpson (Larry Marsh), Bruce Atkinson (Dean Manning), Ehukai Teves (Mike), Carol Honda (Kalea), Kathy Yano (Adrienne).
A gang of university students plan a hoax tidal wave alert in order to steal priceless jewelry.

December 29, 1977: East Wind -- Ill Wind
Season 10, episode 11
W: Edwin Blum   D: Reza Badiyi

With Hans Strasser (Speaker), Bo Brundin (Derek Hoffman), Sian Barbara Allen (Kati Parisa), Marisa Pavan (Madame Sandanarik), Mary Angela (Helen Macy), Michael Durrell (Charlie Davilo), John Allen (Pete Colby).
When an exile from the tyranny of his native land dies accidentally, his wife convinces McGarrett that it was murder.

January 5, 1978: Tread The King's Shadow
Season 10, episode 12
W: Harold Swanton   D: Reza Badiyi

With Emma Veary (Sarah Kaluna), Robert Harker (Chick Fletcher), Kwan Hi Lim (Dr. Kubota), Michael Mullins (David Kaluna), Dierdre Berthrong (Debbie Cameron), James B. Sikking (George Cameron), John Marley (Noah Kaluna), Ralph Silva (Priest), David Simmons (Mike).
Steve McGarrett becomes the unofficial watchdog of a love affair between an 18-year-old and his sweetheart, the 16-year-old daughter of an influential tycoon.

January 12, 1978: The Big Aloha
Season 10, episode 13
W: Gerry Day   D: Marc Daniels

With Lara Parker (Julie Kincaid Trahune), Cal Bellini (Dr. Palahana), Eleanor Parker (Constance Kincaid), John Reilly (Kelly Trahune), Irmgard Aluli (Mamu Palahana), Scott Kingston (Kai), Carleton Smith (Weaver), Harold Iseke (Pete Luana), Yankee Chang (Akino).
An aristocratic matriarch of a wealthy, old-line island family becomes the prime suspect in a murder investigation.

February 2, 1978: A Short Walk On The Longshore
Season 10, episode 14
W: Richard DeLong Adams   D: Don Weis

With Sharon Farrell (Frankie Demara), Michael Conrad (Arthur), Milton Selzer (Ghoriades), Jim Demarest (Jackson Croft), Rod Aiu (Anton Krebs), Beau Van Den Ecker (The Knife), Kathy Paulo (Darlene), Al Avalon (Nick Gentry), Melveen Leed (Sally), Cliff Coleman (Sullivan), Jim Hutchison (Karl Magruder).
McGarrett goes undercover as a merchant seaman to ferret out the would-be killer of a labor union reformer.

February 9, 1978: The Silk Trap
Season 10, episode 15
W: Robert Janes   D: Dennis Donnelly

With David Birney (Congressman John Richard Carr), Shannon Wilcox (Andrea King), Penny Kunard (Kate Carr), Soon-Teck Oh (David Chung), Jo Pruden (Karen Bauer), Douglas Mossman (Johnny Keno), Carmella Letman (Jane Kuan), Sheila Fox (Shelby Norton), Ben Jaus (Otis), Virginia Walker (Linda Rivas).
A glamorous young politician, potential presidential material, is being blackmailed to smother an explosive congressional investigation.

February 16, 1978: Head To Head
Season 10, episode 16
W: Leonard B. Kaufman   D: Jack Whitman

With George Grizzard (Al Marsh), Joanne Nail (Luana), Charles Cioffi (Jack Fabian/Fred Jackman), Beau Van Den Ecker (Harry Sunday), Ernest Chan (Barney Kawala), Ron Nakahara (Sammy), Electra Gailas Fair (Dr. Strauss), Ed Fernandez (Dr. Fairmont), Barry Russo (Eddie Rizzo), Cha Thompson (Mary Kawala), Haidee Inazu (Suzie).
Steve McGarrett, pursuing a drug dealer he suspects of having killed a police officer, finds himself in bitter conflict with a federal agent.

March 2, 1978: Tall On The Wave
Season 10, episode 17
W: Bill Stratton   D: Ron Satlof

With Lisa Eilbacher (Elaine Sebastian), David M. Young (Gavin McNabb), Valerie Charles (Lorca Davidson), Fred Hemmings (Himself), Kimo Kahoano (Ben Hanakea), Luella Costello (Assistant D.A. Sunada), Alan Naluai (Looloo), Barton McCullough (Sergeant Yama), Sam Peters (Koma Hanakea), Randy Spangler (Tournament Director), Eric Dahlkamp (Stoker), Jake Ho'Opai (Keo), Steven Richmond (Divitt), Rose Enos (Edita Hanakea).
Steve McGarrett and Danny Williams are enmeshed with a pair of frightened surfers -- one of whom was actually responsible for the death of a girl, and the other who is on the run because he is strongly suspected of it.

March 9, 1978: Angel In Blue
Season 10, episode 18
W: Irv Pearlberg   D: Allen Reisner

With Vic Tayback (Martin Lynch), Enrique Novi (Kimo Hameo), Carol Lynley (Valerie Bates), George Kennedy (Commander Lokepa), Douglas Mossman (Jimmy Akana), Ernest G. Chan (Chief Sato), Keokeokalae Hughes (Mrs. Hameo), William P. Ogilvie (Thaler), Terence Brady (Sergeant Marlowe), Douglas E. Barden (Doc).
A policewoman, on undercover assignment for McGarrett's Five-O unit, has the perilous task of getting the goods on a sinister dope smuggler.

March 16, 1978: When Does A War End?
Season 10, episode 19
W: Arthur Bernard Lewis   D: Ernest Pintoff

With Anne Francis (Alicia Wade), David Dukes (Willy Barker), Bennett Ohta (Yuhio Muromoto), Joshua Bryant (Joe Boyd), Donna Benz (Nancy Muromoto), Barbara Kelly (Mrs. Allen), Tommy Fujiwara (Mr. Sakata), Bill Valentine (Henry).
McGarrett is confounded when a respected Japanese-American businessman, who seems to have the character of a saint, is subjected to a series of bombings.

March 23, 1978: Invitation To Murder
Season 10, episode 20
W: Seeleg Lester   D: Harry Harris

With Lyle Bettger (Malcolm Rhodes), Helen Funai (Riah Barlow), Sydney Lassick (Benileha), Christina Kokubo (Eugenie Barlow), Anthony Caruso (David Thorpe), Eduard Franz (Thomas Barlow), Henry Woltag (Anatole Surat), Valerie Charles (Carolyn Thorpe), Francis Kamahele (Lawrence Barlow).
McGarrett and his Five-O unit try to discover which survivior of a famous and recently deceased painter is busy trying to kill off the rest of the artist's heirs.

March 30, 1978: Frozen Assets
Season 10, episode 21
W: Seeleg Lester, Sam Neuman   D: Reza Badiyi

With Peter Lawford (Kenneth Kirk), Nobu McCarthy (Wini Omella), Mildred Natwick (Millicent Shand), John Fitzgibbon (Norman Pryce), Leann Hunley (Lucy Sutherland), Fred Ball (James Royce), Tommy Fujiwara (Dr. Raymond).
Guest star Peter Lawford heads up a plush cryogenics facility to which wealthy terminally ill "guests" bequeath their estates in return for being frozen after death for future revival.

April 13, 1978: My Friend, The Enemy
Season 10, episode 22
W: Gerry Day   D: Noel Black

With Wisa D'Orso (Eleanor), Terry Plunkett (Pete Kalua), Bruce Wilson (Paul Roberts), Darrah Lau (Princess Amina), Kathryn Leigh Scott (Jemilla), Luciana Paluzzi (Liana Labella), Geoffrey Heise (Derek Franklin), Colin da Silva (Omar), Keo Hughes (Judge Maggie Parker), Jalaleddin Takash (Ali), Lloyd Kino (Captain Matsua).
The life of a distaff journalist is in jeopardy because of pictures she unwittingly took while a kidnapping was underway.

April 27, 1978: A Stranger In His Grave
Season 10, episode 23
W: Arthur Bernard Lewis   D: Richard Benedict

With Andrew Prine (Richard Chadway), Ted Markland (Eddie Clark), Laraine Stephens (Katie Kealoha), John Hillerman (Nelson Bodine), Ed Sheehan (Senator Balford), Norman Wright (Hotel Manager), George Herman (Dr. Morrison), Winston Char (Medical Examiner), Barbara Bingham (Alice), Joyce Nizzari Hogan (Mrs. Balford).
Five-O becomes involved in a complex case of body-switching, mystery investments and suitcases full of money.

May 4, 1978: A Death In The Family
Season 10, episode 24
W: Robert Janes   D: Don Weis

With Reni Santoni (Jimmy Rego), Manu Tupou (Cappy Pahoa), Rod Aiu (Kimo Napali), Elissa Dulce Hoopai (Kini Pahoa), Gary Kau (Yung Sen), Danny Kamekona (Chief Nick), Jean Marie Hon (Suzy Kelly), Vic Malo (Billy Swan), Maria Manville (Rose), Peter Kalua (Brian Liu), John Barry (Nelson).
Chin Ho Kelly goes undercover, and is killed gangland-style. McGarrett's grief over Chin Ho's murder is transformed into determination to find his friend's killer.





September 28, 1978: The Sleeper
Season 11, episode 1
W: John Melson   D: Barry Crane

With Andrew Duggan (Dr. Karl Rathman), John A. Hunt (Dr. Basil Kent), Wayne Oxford (Dr. Abicoff), Steve Kanaly (Fallon), Maria Perschy (Dr. Sonya Hansen), Jim Ferrier (Dr. Conrad), Lani Kim (Dr. Lopaka), Harry Williams (Arnold Dixon), Vic Leon (Walden), Norman J. Perry (Hendrick).
Season premiere. Steve McGarrett finds himself embroiled in cloak-and-dagger activities when post-hypnotic suggestions trigger three murders.

October 5, 1978: Horoscope For Murder
Season 11, episode 2
W: Arthur Bernard Lewis   D: Ralph Levy

With Samantha Eggar (Agnes DuBois), Tab Hunter (Mel Burgess), Kimo Kahoano (Rick Makulu), Kerry Sherman (Cindy Rawlins), Sandi Shirai (Mrs. Wong), Steve Dulce (Medical Examiner), Merrie Lueders (Mrs. Ramsey), Donna White (Martha), Don Jacobs (Professor Kempler).
The only link in a series of seemingly unrelated killings may be a common horoscope cast by a famous astrologer.

October 12, 1978: Deadly Courier
Season 11, episode 3
W: Seeleg Lester, Sam Neuman   D: Reza Badiyi

With Stephen Elliott (John Enslow), Irene Yah-Ling Sun (Marla Kahuana), John Zenda (Walter Sherman), Colin da Silva (Rajah Sin), Haidee Inazu (Sulaine), Lee Stetson (Soames), Patricia Herman (Dr. McBride).
Death and espionage result after the explosion of a bomb-rigged briefcase.

October 19, 1978: The Case Against Philip Christie
Season 11, episode 4
W: Seeleg Lester   D: Dick Moder

With Lou Richards (Philip Christie), Ed Sheehan (Vincent Van Dorn), Fred Ball (Rogelio Villipeg), Joe Moore (Howard Roman), Janis Paige (Minnie Cahoon), John Fitzgibbon (District Attorney), Nicole Erickson (Penny Christie), Eugene Lion (Springer), Madeline Press (Shirley Van Dorn), Earll Kingston (Monty Jarvis), Andy Aquino (Benjamin Wahili), Carol Honda (Carol), Hal Breigs (Sergeant Linehan).
Steve McGarrett, serving on jury duty, casts the lone dissenting vote in a murder trial.

October 26, 1978: Small Potatoes
Season 11, episode 5
W: Richard DeLong Adams   D: Reza Badiyi

With Zohra Lampert (Gloria), Richard Romanus (Johnny Noah), William Bryant (Harold Kendricks), Seth Sakai (General), Bob Sevey (Bob Sullivan), Danny Kamekona (Mr. Lee), Les Keiter (Moderator), Lewis Charles (Sid Cane), Madolyn Longfield (Angel Face), Pehu Keohokalole (Oscar), Mike Starr (Max), Thomas Mui (Sandy Tashimoto).
When Steve McGarrett's investigation gets too close for comfort, organized crime in Hawaii tries another frame-up of the fearless police officer.

November 9, 1978: A Distant Thunder
Season 11, episode 6
W: Al Martinez   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Cal Bellini (Bobby Tamara), James Olson (Wendell Stoner), Elissa Dulce Hoopai (Lois Tamara), Sam Peters (Stoner's Boss), Haku Kahoano (Bobby Tamara Jr.), Johnny Walker (Phil).
The commander of a Hawaiian Nazi unit launches a campaign of terror against a Congressional candidate.

November 16, 1978: Death Mask
Season 11, episode 7
W: Robert I. Holt   D: Ralph Levy

With Marsha Mercant (Jill Baker), Tim Thomerson (Mik Chandler), Robert Ellenstein (Bart Warren), Cyd Charisse (Alicia Warren), Rory Calhoun (Edgar Miles), Kinau Wilder (Mrs. Evans).
McGarrett uncovers a highly organized and daring plot while investigating the theft of a priceless gold death mask.

November 23, 1978: The Pagoda Factor
Season 11, episode 8
W: Al Martinez   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Michael H. Hasegawa (Lum), Ron Nakahara (Dave), Brian Tochi (Joey Lee), Dana Lee (Victor Fong), Dane Clark (Lieutenant Riley), Shari Au (Julie), David Lancaster (Tripper).
McGarrett arranges a successful prison escape for a young Chinese hood in the hopes that the boy can stop an impending gang war.

November 30, 1978: A Long Time Ago
Season 11, episode 9
W: Arthur Bernard Lewis   D: Robert L. Morrison

With Katherine Cannon (Melissa Cole), Burr DeBenning (Roy Crawford), Christerpher Neddels (George Finn), Walter Chotzen (Aka).
Danny falls in love again with his high school sweetheart, who turns up in Hawaii, but faces complications when the woman is linked with a neurotic killer.

December 14, 1978: Why Won't Linda Die?
Season 11, episode 10
W: Ken Pettus   D: Jack Lord

With Lyle Bettger (Dr. Fleming), Sharon Farrell (Diana Forbes/Linda Forbes), James Whay (Dave Coleman), John Zenda (Coroner), Geoffrey Heise (Paul Evans).
A prominent businessman registered in a Waikiki hotel under an assumed name becomes the victim of a hit-and-run accident.

December 21, 1978: The Miracle Man
Season 11, episode 11
W: Robert Janes   D: Lawrence Dobkin

With Harry Chang (Tom Kewala), Peggy Anne Siegmund (Lee Wilkens), Keith Baxter (Reverend Andy Norwood), Jean Marsh (Sister Harmony), James B. Sikking (Oscar Ross), Pepper Martin (Jim Nelson), Jacquelyn Campbell (Sister Sarah).
McGarrett suspects that the assassination attempt made on an evangelist's life was done for publicity purposes.

December 28, 1978: Number One With A Bullet (1)
Season 11, episode 12
W: Robert Janes   D: Don Weis

With Nehemiah Persoff (Allie Francis), Ross Martin (Tony Alika), James Darren (Johnny Munroe), Richard Dimitri (Sonny Kanekoa), Antony Ponzini (Ray Santoro), Yvonne Elliman (Yvonne Kanekoa), Brian Tochi (Joey Lee), Vic Malo (Billy Swan), John Barry (Bernie Adams), Brendan Burns (Phil Perry).
A promising young singer's potential for stardom ignites a three-way battle involving McGarrett and the Hawaiian and west coast syndicates.

January 4, 1979: Number One With A Bullet (2)
Season 11, episode 13
W: Robert Janes   D: Don Weis

With Nehemiah Persoff (Allie Francis), Ross Martin (Tony Alika), George Herman (McClary), Winston Char (Ed), Jimmy Borges (Ron), Bernard Ching (Reed), James Darren (Johnny Munroe), Richard Dimitri (Sonny Kanekoa), Antony Ponzini (Ray Santoro), Yvonne Elliman (Yvonne Kanekoa), Brian Tochi (Joey Lee), Melveen Leed (Sally), Vic Malo (Billy Swan), John Barry (Bernie Adams), Eddie Vierra (Eddie), Brendan Burns (Phil Perry).
Two rival gangs are on the brink of all-out war, and Five-O must struggle to stop them.

January 18, 1979: The Meighan Conspiracy
Season 11, episode 14
W: Seeleg Lester   D: Robert L. Morrison

With Bob Sevey (Bob Sullivan), Robert Reed (Matthew Meighan), Barbara Anderson (Dorothy Jonas Meighan), Hedley Mattingly (Monty Doheni), Jay Aubrey (Bill Woodrow), William P. Ogilvie (Beck), Don Reder (Burke).
McGarrett learns that four identically constructed burglarproof banks have all been robbed in the same manner.

January 25, 1979: The Spirit Is Willie
Season 11, episode 15
W: Seeleg Lester   D: Reza Badiyi

With Fred Ball (Willie Fitzwilliam), Ed Sheehan (Elliot), Mildred Natwick (Millicent Shand), Diana Scarwid (Carole Walker), Eduard Franz (Professor MacKinnon), Robert Vaughn (Sebastian Rolande), Ross Barden (Jeremy Walker).
A woman claims that her niece's husband has faked his own death in order to get his hands on $500,000.

February 8, 1979: The Bark And The Bite
Season 11, episode 16
W: Richard DeRoy   D: Don Weis

With Lynne Ellen Hollinger (Laura Conover), Patricia Herman (Miss Hughes), Kathy Paulo (Mei Lu), Nita Talbot (Eudora Finch), Tricia O'Neil (Dilys Conover), John Saxon (Howard Caine/Harry Clive), Cooper Huckabee (Armitage).
McGarrett tries to warn a scornful young socialite that she is the prosepctive victim of a jewel theft.

February 22, 1979: Stringer
Season 11, episode 17
W: Robert Janes   D: Ray Austin

With Ross Martin (Tony Alika), Michael H. Hasegawa (Yoshi), Beau Van Den Ecker (Sergeant Napoli), Paul Williams (Tim Powers), Sandra Kerns (Maren Wilson), Robert Clarke (Howard Kramer), Jake Ho'Opai (Reed), Kai Cauton (Otis).
McGarrett searches for a photographer who is using an incriminating photo to blackmail an underworld kingpin.

March 1, 1979: The Execution File
Season 11, episode 18
W: Don Balluck   D: Don Weis

With Emma Veary (Emma), Nephi Hannemann (Lopaka), Jimmy Borges (Teo), Chuck Couch (Keoki), Robert Loggia (Russell Hendrix), Kaki Hunter (Lureen), John Larch (Maggers), Nevada Spencer (Anne), Maxine Tanaka (Kalea), Christerpher Neddels (Anderson), Meteliko Tuaileva (Martin Kamaki).
An ex-cop whom McGarrett likes and respects is suspected of being the murderer of several Honolulu pimps.

March 15, 1979: A Very Personal Matter
Season 11, episode 19
W: Robert Janes   D: Harry F. Hogan III

With Fritz Weaver (Dr. Danworth), Simone Griffeth (Gerry Colby), Cameron Mitchell (Tom Riordan), George Groves (Walter Napali), Don Pomes (Dr. Savin), Alan Austin (Kona Emery), Connie Sawyer (Dr. Whitewood), Krash Kealoha (Dr. Lee).
McGarrett tries to save a doctor suspected of supplying illegal drugs to young people from the vengeful father of one of his alleged victims.

March 22, 1979: The Skyline Killer
Season 11, episode 20
W: Robert Janes

With Rita Wilson (Mary Ellen Klane), Charles Cioffi (Norman Klane), Walt Davis (Kiiller), Spray Rosso (Erin Black), Melveen Leed (Sally).
McGarrett's search for a notorious killer is impeded by a writer with an infamous money-making scheme.

April 5, 1979: The Year Of The Horse
Season 11, episode 21
W: Richard DeLong Adams   D: Don Weis

With Barry Bostwick (Lucas Sandover), Victoria Principal (Dolores Kent Sandover), Lawrence Dobkin (General Oban), George Lazenby (John Cossett), William Beckley (Jonas), Thomas Lee (Mr. Ho), Mocktar (Selah Sahib), Osman Zailoni (Ong Lee), Manu Tupou (Eddie Chu), Tommy Fujiwara (Taki).
McGarrett travels to Singapore to find the source of a drug ring in which the Hawaiian Governor's office seems to be involved.





October 4, 1979: A Lion In The Streets
Season 12, episode 1
W: Robert Janes   D: Reza Badiyi

With Harry Guardino (Johnny Mio), Ross Martin (Tony Alika), Ed Fernandez (Sam Limahelu), Bill Valentine (Benny), Jack Hisatake (Napali), Jerry Boyd (Billy Swan), Paul L. Smith (Andy Kamoku), Barbara Luna (Elena Kamoku), Paul Martin (Moki Kalii), Jahan Byrne (Andy Jr.), Varoa Tiki (Marge), Don Rockwell (Detective), Peter Kalua (Santos), Colin De Silva (Judge DeSilva), Ross Borden (District Attorney), Howard Kaohi (Reverend Akea).
Season premiere. Against McGarrett's objections, a Hawaiian labor union goes on a vendetta against the underworld figures who are trying to take them over.

October 11, 1979: Who Says Cops Don't Cry
Season 12, episode 3
W: Robert Janes   D: Jack Lord

With Carole Kai (Linda), Reggie Ho (Reed), Alan Fudge (Ben Dawson), Darrell Fetty (Lloyd Dawson), Frankie Stevens (Kevin Wilson), Bob Carson (Minister), Johnny Walker (Otis), Leeannah Roberts (Terry Pryor).
McGarrett tries to dissuade a policeman's grieving widow from waging a risky personal crusade to find her husband's murderers.

October 18, 1979: Though The Heavens Fall
Season 12, episode 4
W: Frank Telford   D: Harry F. Hogan III

With Robert Reed (Richard Slade), Michael Strong (Meredith Howell), Dennis Patrick (Elliot Webster), John Allen (Harrison), Chris Black (Anderson), Jerry LeRal (Morgan).
McGarrett learns of the existence of a unique ring of high-society vigilantes.

October 25, 1979: Sign Of The Ram
Season 12, episode 5
W: Samuel Roeca   D: Ralph Levy

With Jayne Meadows (Jessica Humboldt), Antony Ponzini (Eddie Marco), Eddie Firestone (Joe Donovan), Sonny Westbrook (Fiddler), Dana Goodson (Gunner Larkin), Douglas Day (Banning), Jake Ho'Opai (Kamika), Barbara Kelly (Licia Nibley), Kerrigan Prescott (Lucky), Joe Moore (Pete Shore), Galen Kam (Lee Ting).
A skeptical McGarrett agrees to heed an astrologer's warnings that the friend of a murder victim is in danger.

November 1, 1979: Good Help Is Hard To Find
Season 12, episode 6
W: Frank Telford

With Ross Martin (Tony Alika), Jerry Boyd (Billy Swan), Les Keiter (Mark Maynard), Josie Over (Liani), John P. Ryan (Guido Marioni), Jason Evers (Lieutenant Dexter), Dave Lancaster (Joey).
McGarrett is frustrated by an information leak in his headquarters, which is being used by the underworld to destroy the Five-O unit.

November 8, 1979: Image Of Fear
Season 12, episode 7
W: James Schmerer   D: Herbert Hirschman

With Soon-Teck Oh (Robert Kwon), Patricia Herman (Nancy Warren), Wayne Ward (Stan Thomas), Linda Marsh (Joan Carter), Katy Kurtzman (Annie Carter), Guy Boyd (Gary Carter), Tom Matsusaka (Franklin).
An unknown person tries to convince McGarrett that a woman claiming she is being stalked is mentally ill.

November 29, 1979: Use A Gun, Go To Hell
Season 12, episode 8
W: Samuel Roeca   D: Edward M. Abroms

With Andrew Duggan (Roger Bancroft), Harry Chang (Sunada), Richard Dimitri (Tanami), Jack Stauffer (Elliott Bancroft), Paul Koslo (Rolly), Nicole Ericson (Perky), Damien Kaha'ulelio (Taki).
Four separate shooting incidents set McGarrett on the trail of the small handgun being used as it is passed from hand to hand.

December 4, 1979: Voice Of Terror
Season 12, episode 9
W: Frank Telford

With Beau Van Den Ecker, Barton McCullough (Officer), Gary Kau (Store Manager), Michael H. Hasegawa (Medic), Cal Bellini (Karl), Kaz Garas (Mark), Mary Angela (Officer Sally Dean), Anne Zimmelman (Willa), Edwin K. Awakuni (HPD Sergeant), Fred Lerner (Harmon), Daniel Kamekona (Tom Kellogg), Juliet Kono (HPD Central).
McGarrett confronts two terrorists who are planning to kill their policeman hostage unless their demands are met.

December 11, 1979: A Shallow Grave
Season 12, episode 10
W: Robert Mitchell, Esther Mitchell   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Linda Ryan (Dr. Ramsey), Patricia Herman (Nora Tarnow), Bill Edwards (John Tarnow), Electra Gailas Fair (Mrs. Harper), Jo Pruden (Lady Tourist), Tommy Fujiwara (First Reporter), David Palmer (Old Reporter), John David Carson (Mike Harper), John Ireland (Phil Coleman), John Zenda (Jake Cochran), Madeline Press (Female Reporter), Carmella Letman (Hawaiian Girl), Jack Howard (Harley).
McGarrett tries to track down a $2 million cache of jewels stolen 20 years earlier.

December 18, 1979: The Kahuna
Season 12, episode 11
W: James Menzies   D: Robert L. Morrison

With Don Knight (George Lamb), Emma Veary (Singer), Elizabeth Smith (Landlady), Winston Char (Coroner), Douglas Mossman (Chief Kaana), Barton McCullough (HPD Bomb Officer), Terry Plunkett (Barber), Cathy Lee Crosby (Dr. Karen Lynch), Charles Peck (Dr. Cooper), William Verdier (Addison Bower), Edward Larry Akau (Kahuna), Fred Lerner (Turley), Kamalei Sataraka (Woman).
McGarrett investigates the supposedly accidental deaths of two young people who died on a private island and were buried at sea.

December 25, 1979: Labyrinth
Season 12, episode 12
W: Michael Janover   D: Barry Crane

With James Olson (Dr. Kenneth Ames), Lyle Bettger (Dave DiMarco), Ted Hamilton (Larry Wilkens), Tricia O'Brien (Lisa/Christine), Anthony Inneo (Georgio), Andrea Pike (Gloria), Don Lamond (Nick Rossiter), Robert Allan Cabral (Honolulu Fats).
Steve's search for a wealthy kidnap victim is hampered by the woman's husband, who fears that if the police are involved, the criminals will kill his wife.

January 1, 1980: School For Assassins
Season 12, episode 13
W: Frank Telford   D: Don Weis

With Lloyd Bochner (Colonel Avery), Lynne Ellen Hollinger (Idra), Bernard Ching (Ross), Monte Markham (John Ellington), Pamela Susan Shoop (Jennifer Fair), Gary Lockwood (Kelsey), Steve Cassidy (Marco), Christopher Law (Ted Morley), Phil Chong (Chang), David O'Malley (Ellington Aide), Murli Manghnani (Sheikh Ahmed Bishara), Sonny Shields (Captain Koni).
Steve and his crew confront a group of trained assassins who will stop at nothing to disrupt a conference between an American oil magnate and a representative of OPEC.

January 8, 1980: For Old Times Sake
Season 12, episode 14
W: Ben Masselink   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Ric Marlow (Sol Bruno), Yankee Chang (Sam Chong), George Herman (Eddie Riford), Dick Fair (Joe Morgan), Michael Morgan (Tony Balsani), Elizabeth Smith (Auntie Ida), Peter Bromilow (Willie McFee), Neva Patterson (Dolly Simmons), Robert F. Hoy (Rico), Patricia Hume (Janie), Petra Fuji (Palani), Michael Martin (Pierre Soule), Paul Udell (John Holland), Kelly Preston (Wendy).
A aging crook decides to use dollar bill printing plates he made to raise cash for a charity.

January 15, 1980: The Golden Noose
Season 12, episode 15
W: George F. Slavin

With Ed Fernandez (Sandifer), Bill Bigelow (Wriggins), Joe Moore (James Weaver), John Hunt (Dutchman), Harry Chang (Manners), John Stalker (B. A. Barney), Ed Lauter (Jonas Halloran), Irene Yah-Ling Sun (Nadira), Colin De Silva (Premier Lon Tho), Kimo Hugho (Le Doc), James Hutchison (Undertaker), Jim Doney (Tom Chambers).
McGarrett is suspicious of an aide who arrives in Hawaii to retrieve millions of dollars held in trust for a Southern Asian nation.


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