Hawaii Five-O (Classic)

Hawaii Five-O (Classic)
Hawaii Five-O (Classic)
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    • Episode 19

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 19. Woe to Wo Fat

      aired: Sat, Apr 5, 1980

      In a desperate move to locate three world-famous scientists who have vanished, Steve McGarrett sets himself up to be kidnapped by assuming the identity of a fourth eminent scientist -- and is shocked to find himself once again locked in mortal combat with his eternal adversary, Wo Fat.

    • Episode 18

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 18. The Moroville Covenant

      aired: Sat, Mar 29, 1980

      Paul Burke guest stars as attorney David Lawrence, a political candidate whose promising bid for the U.S. Senate is endangered by the murder of a man who tried to blackmail him. Although Lawrence swears he knows nothing about the murder, he admits that the dead would-be extortionist did have knowledge about him that could have destroyed his political future.

    • Episode 17

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 17. A Bird in the Hand

      aired: Sat, Mar 22, 1980

      Someone is waging a bloody vendetta against a band of innocuous birdwatchers. Although Steve McGarrett feels certain that slaughter will continue, he can't comprehend the "who" and "why" of the killer.

    • Episode 16

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 16. Clash of Shadows

      aired: Sat, Mar 8, 1980

      The murder in Hawaii of a famous Nazi-hunter and the discovery on his bullet-riddled body of a rare World War II German medal pulls Steve McGarrett and Five-O into the search for a Nazi war criminal. McGarrett learns from an Israeli government official that the dead man, Yuri Bloch, came to Hawaii on the trail of Emil Klaus, a fugitive Nazi mass killer.

    • Episode 15

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 15. The Flight of the Jewels

      aired: Sat, Mar 1, 1980

      Three bright young graduate students use radio-controlled airplanes and some homemade scientific creations to pull off the " impossible": the theft of the priceless royal jewels of Liliuokalani, the last reigning queen of Hawaii.

    • Episode 14

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 14. The Golden Noose

      aired: Tue, Jan 15, 1980

      From his gut reaction to Jonas Halloran, a brittle, clever aide-de-camp to Premier Lon Tho of Baradak, and to Nadira, a beautiful troubled girl, Steve McGarrett senses evil in the wind. Halloran arrives in Hawaii with Lon Tho to retrieve the Baradak Treasury's $150- million in gold, which has been held for safekeeping in arrangements surrounding the transfer of the gold.

    • Episode 13

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 13. For Old Times Sake

      aired: Tue, Jan 8, 1980

      Counterfeiter Willie McFee reluctantly returns to his old game for a worthy cause, but he fails to foresee the luck that gives Steve McGarrett an inkling of his move.

    • Episode 12

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 12. School for Assassins

      aired: Tue, Jan 1, 1980

      Assigned to handle security for an important energy conference in Hawaii -- one that could determine America's energy sources for the next decade -- Steve McGarrett and his Five-O agents encounter international forces who will stop at nothing -- including murder by schooled assassins -- to try to insure the failure of the meeting.

    • Episode 11

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 11. Labyrinth

      aired: Tue, Dec 25, 1979

      Steve McGarrett and his Five-O crew try to solve the kidnapping of a wealthy socialite, Mrs. Christine Ames, and at the same time, accommodate her husband, who declares that if the police are involved, the criminals will kill his wife. It is Mrs. Ames' hairdresser who finally comes up with some information about his customer that could be the key to the mystery.

    • Episode 10

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 10. The Kahuna

      aired: Tue, Dec 18, 1979

      When the inhabitants of a privately owned Hawaiian island dig up the remains of two young people and bury them at sea to insure that autopsies will not be performed, Steve McGarrett launches an investigation into the reputedly accidental deaths.

    • Episode 9

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 9. A Shallow Grave

      aired: Tue, Dec 11, 1979

      Steve McGarrett finds himself dealing with apparent psychic phenomena as he tries to trace the whereabouts of a jewel cache worth $2 million.

    • Episode 8

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 8. Voice of Terror

      aired: Tue, Dec 4, 1979

      Tension, barely controlled fury and gut-numbing fear -- it's all there as Steve McGarrett confronts a pair of political terrorists who are threatening to kill their policewomanhostage unless their demands are met.

    • Episode 7

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 7. Use a Gun, Go to Hell

      aired: Thu, Nov 29, 1979

      In a powerful episode playing upon the easy availability of handguns, McGarrett and his Five-O unit follow the trail of pain and death left by one of the weapons, hoping to recover it before it can wreak yet more havoc. The wounding of a florist by a pistol-wielding bandit results in the first break for McGarrett in his stymied search for the assassins of an Hawaii state senator.

    • Episode 6

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 6. Image of Fear

      aired: Thu, Nov 8, 1979

      Someone apparently is trying to convince Joan Carter and everyone she knows that she is mentally ill and only imagining the frightening attacks on her life, but one of those people -- Five-O boss Steve McGarrett -- isn't buying it.

    • Episode 5

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 5. Good Help is Hard to Find

      aired: Thu, Nov 1, 1979

      Is the Five-O crew as foolish and inept as they are beginning to appear to the public?

    • Episode 4

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 4. Sign of the Ram

      aired: Thu, Oct 25, 1979

      Jayne Meadows guest stars as an astrologer whose ominous warnings tempt the skeptical Steve McGarrett to follow her clues in his investigation of a murder. The dead man, gambler Toby Wesson, was a friend of boxer Pete Shore, and owned a share of the promising young heavyweight's contract. Pete's depression over Wesson's death prompts him to confide in astrologer Jessica Humboldt.

    • Episode 3

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 3. Though the Heavens Fall

      aired: Thu, Oct 18, 1979

      McGarrett goes after a unique secret ring of high-society vigilantes who are determined to see that justice is done -- even if they have to do it themselves.

    • Episode 2

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 2. Who Says Cops Don't Cry?

      aired: Thu, Oct 11, 1979

      Honolulu policewoman Lori Wilson is on the scene when her husband, Honolulu cop and Five-O recruit, Kevin Wilson, is gunned down by bandits. McGarrett brings Five-O into the search for Wilson's killer, meanwhile, trying to dissuade grieving Lori from waging a risky personal crusade to find the fugitives.

    • Episode 1

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 1. A Lion in the Streets (Part 1+2)

      aired: Thu, Oct 4, 1979

      McGarrett finds himself caught in the crossfire as a faction of embattled Hawaiian natives take on the Island's underworld. The prize -- control of a labor union and the 50th state's rich tourist business.

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    • Episode 24

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 24. A Death in the Family

      aired: Thu, May 4, 1978

      Chin Ho Kelly, a longtime member of the Five-O force and friend of McGarrett's, is caught in the middle of an undercover chinatown operation and is killed.

    • Episode 23

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 23. A Stranger in His Grave

      aired: Thu, Apr 27, 1978

      The baffling discovery in a cane field of the body of wealthy Hawaiian horsebreeder Frank Kealoha, whose startled widow claims he was formally interred four months earlier, leads Five-O boss McGarrett into an investigation of two -- possibly three -- related murders.

    • Episode 22

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 22. My Friend, The Friend

      aired: Thu, Apr 13, 1978

      Luciana Paluzzi plays an international news reporter whose unwillingness to reveal her source for an impending kidnapping creates an international incident involving the Middle East.

    • Episode 21

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 21. Frozen Assets

      aired: Thu, Mar 30, 1978

      A mystery writer examines strange occurrences in experiments with a cryogenics institute. (Cryogenics is the freezing of living material for preservation for future use.)

    • Episode 20

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 20. Invitation to Murder

      aired: Thu, Mar 23, 1978

      Steve McGarrett is caught up in a series of puzzling murders immediately following the death of a famed artist whose estate seems to be the target of a killer.

    • Episode 19

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 19. When Does a War End?

      aired: Thu, Mar 16, 1978

      Why are the firms owned by Yuhio Muromoto, a prosperous, respected Japanese- American business-man who appears to have the virtuous character of a saint, being bombed by a collector of World War II memorabilia? That's the question confounding Five-O Chief McGarrett.

    • Episode 18

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 18. Angel In Blue

      aired: Thu, Mar 9, 1978

      A Honolulu police officer, working undercover for Five-O in order to smash a large scale narcotics operation, is found murdered. The obvious conclusion is that his masquerade was detected by the drug-smuggling group headed by Thomas Lynch. McGarrett decides to infiltrate Lynch's operation with another undercover cop. An officer from the island of Maui seems perfect for the job.

    • Episode 17

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 17. Tall on the Wave

      aired: Thu, Mar 2, 1978

      Steve McGarrett and agent 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.

    • Episode 16

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 16. Head to Head

      aired: Thu, Feb 16, 1978

      In an strange turn of events, Steve McGarrett, in pursuing a bigtime drug dealer whom he suspects of having killed a Honolulu police officer, finds himself in bitter conflict with a federal agent.

    • Episode 15

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 15. The Silk Trap

      aired: Thu, Feb 9, 1978

      David Birney guest stars as a glamorous young politician who is considered prime presidential material in many quarters and who is being blackmailed in an effort to force him to smother an explosive congressional investigation that he is directing.

    • Episode 14

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 14. As Short Walk on the Long Shore

      aired: Thu, Feb 2, 1978

      With the help of a makeup expert, McGarrett, for the first time in his career, goes undercover in the disguise of a merchant seaman to find the killer of a labor-union reformer to forestall a costly waterfront strike.

    • Episode 13

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 13. The Big Aloha

      aired: Thu, Jan 12, 1978

      Eleanor Parker guest stars as Constance Kincaid, the aristocratic matriarch of a wealthy, old-line Islands family that figures in a murder case being investigated by Steve McGarrett and his staff.

    • Episode 12

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 12. Tread the King's Shadow

      aired: Thu, Jan 5, 1978

      McGarrett becomes the unofficial watchdog of a love triangle consisting of 18-year-old David Kaluna, David's sweetheart 16-year-old Debbie Cameron, and George Cameron, Debbie's wealthy and influential father who detests David for his lowborn origin.

    • Episode 11

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 11. East Wind, Ill Wind

      aired: Thu, Dec 29, 1977

      Dr. Salgee Sandanarik, exiled from the tyranny of his native land, dies in a watery tragedy. Five-O Chief Steve McGarrett assumes the death to have been an accident, but Sandanarik's widow bluntly and, as it happens, accurately, brands it as murder. McGarrett soon comes around to Mme.

    • Episode 10

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 10. Tsunami

      aired: Thu, Dec 22, 1977

      The entire population of Honolulu, including even as shrewd a cynic as Five-O's McGarrett, is bamboozled by a clique of brilliant young University students who engineer a phony tidal wave alert in order to pull off the heist of millions of dollars worth of jewelry.

    • Episode 9

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 9. Deep Cover

      aired: Thu, Dec 8, 1977

      The murder of a U.S. Navy submarine officer on a Hawaiian beach at about the same time that a nearby mystery submarine is detected, causes McGarrett to suspect that he may be investigating more than just a run-of-the-mill killing.

    • Episode 8

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 8. Deadly Doubles

      aired: Thu, Nov 17, 1977

      During a major tennis competition in the Hawaiian Islands, tennis star Katrina Bukowski of the touring Eastern European team decides to defect to the U.S. She is secretly in love with American tennis star Brent Saunders who spirits her away from her "team supervisors" in preparation for seeking formal asylum in America.

    • Episode 7

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 7. Shake Hands with the Man in the Moon

      aired: Thu, Nov 10, 1977

      Steve McGarrett tries to find a way to crack through the commercialized facade of a U.S. astronaut turned real estate huckster, in an effort to solve the murder of a crusading investigative reporter.

    • Episode 6

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 6. The Ninth Step

      aired: Thu, Oct 27, 1977

      Steve McGarrett's quest for two fugitives from the law who were involved in a sensational armored truck robbery and who may try a repeat performance, is complicated by the sudden appearance of a disgraced former Honolulu cop whose seemingly drunken behavior permitted the robbery.

    • Episode 5

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 5. Descent of the Torhces

      aired: Thu, Oct 20, 1977

      McGarrett and his Five-O crew seek the killer of an archeologist who may have died because of the rumor that he was trying to find and excavate the lost grave of the Hawaiian king, Kamehameha, thereby violating an ancient taboo.

    • Episode 4

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 4. The Friends of Joey Kalima

      aired: Thu, Oct 13, 1977

      Honolulu Police Department officer, Joey Kalima, a friend of Steve McGarrett, is accused of over-looking an illegal bookmaking act perpetrated in a private home. He was a guest in the home when it was raided by the vice squad. The officer asks McGarrett to represent him at the Internal Affairs board of inquiry.

    • Episode 3

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 3. The Cop on the Cover

      aired: Thu, Sep 29, 1977

      An aggressive magazine writer, Tern O'Brien, arrives in Hawaii to do a story on McGarrett just after the two teenage children of nuclear technologist Stuart Longworth are kidnapped. Terri presumptuously gives him her running critique of his handling of the case. Her reactions become so negative and indignant that they actually threaten to obstruct McGarrett's investigation.

    • Episode 2

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 2. You Don't See Many Pirates These Days

      aired: Thu, Sep 22, 1977

      Italian actor Rossano Brazzi plays a wealthy shipping magnate who enlists the aid of Five-O Chief McGarrett and the Coast Guard when one of his freighters is hijacked on the high seas.

    • Episode 1

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 1. Up The Rebels

      aired: Thu, Sep 15, 1977

      An Irish Terrorist engineers a hijacking from a U.S. military facility of a load of exotic new explosives for the purpose of smuggling it to northern Ireland.

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    • Episode 23

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 23. A Sentence to Steal

      aired: Thu, Mar 4, 1976

      Trying to identify and bag the burglars who have been heisting a fortune in gold stored at various dental-supply warehouses, McGarrett sends an undercover agent into a rehabilitation institution for delinquent youths in hopes of securing a lead.

    • Episode 22

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 22. Love Thy Neighbor-Take His Wife

      aired: Thu, Feb 26, 1976

      As Steve McGarrett and Five-O search for the kidnapper of the wife of a wealthy land developer, McGarrett can't quite persuade himself that the obvious abductor -- militant ecologist Ben Tanaka, who was "caught in the act" on videotape by a hidden television camera -- is, in fact, the criminal.

    • Episode 21

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 21. The Capsule Kidnapping

      aired: Thu, Feb 12, 1976

      After a pretty but ruthless female Japanese terrorist, with the aid of two gullible American scientists, kidnaps the son of Japan's biggest industrialist and demands $1,500,000 in ransom, McGarrett and his Five-O crew search frantically for the boy.

    • Episode 20

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 20. A Killer Grown Wings

      aired: Thu, Feb 5, 1976

      Three criminals threaten to destroy the entire Hawaiian cane sugar industry by using imported larvae of a strain of militant borer moth for which there is no known insecticide or natural enemy. Their plan: to devastate the land so that it becomes useless for planting, whereby one of the three can then snatch up the land at a fraction of its true value.

    • Episode 19

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 19. Turkey Shoot at Makapuu

      aired: Thu, Jan 29, 1976

      Steve McGarrett and Five-O search for the killers of a girl and then of a hang-glider pilot. McGarrett is making painfully slow progress identifying and tracking down the killers until one of the victims' roommate, driven by grief and overwhelming guilt feelings, impulsively puts her own life on the line in an attempt to assist McGarrett.

    • Episode 18

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 18. Anatomy of a Bribe

      aired: Thu, Jan 15, 1976

      Honolulu's soaring new Global Trade Center is devastated by a deadly fire, and investigation reveals that sub-standard building materials were responsible for the rapid spread of the flames. A crooked building contractor and a building inspector, both "on the take", become the targets for McGarrett and Five-O.

    • Episode 17

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 17. Loose Ends Get Hit

      aired: Thu, Jan 8, 1976

      McGarrett watches with stunned realization as the state's rock-solid murder case against Islands racketeer Kum Chi suddenly vaporizes because McGarrett has been suckered by the prosecution's star witness.

    • Episode 16

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 16. Legacy of Terror

      aired: Thu, Jan 1, 1976

      Steve McGarrett's Five-O force seeks the killer of an aged importer who was a Japanese spy in Hawaii before the Pearl Harbor attack. The importer was reputed to be the only person to know the hiding place of a fortune in gold, missing since World War II.

    • Episode 15

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 15. Deadly Persuasion

      aired: Thu, Dec 18, 1975

      Five-O officer Danny Williams, a European royal family visiting Hawaii and potentially many other people are periled by a deranged youth who is using a stolen vial of super lethal nerve gas in an attempt to avenge his dead father.

    • Episode 14

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 14. Wooden Model of a Rat

      aired: Thu, Dec 11, 1975

      While trying to smash a smuggling ring trafficking rare and valuable oriental art objects, Five-O boss McGarrett is suddenly mortified to find himself under public attack and indicted on a charge of possessing one of the contraband articles.

    • Episode 13

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 13. A Touch of Guilt

      aired: Thu, Dec 4, 1975

      Stabbed critically, a college football star is brought to a hospital by two other stars of the team, instigating a Five-O investigation involving the son of a well-known U.S. Senator and a cold-blooded cover-up of a gang rape.

    • Episode 12

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 12. Honor is an Unmarked Grave

      aired: Fri, Nov 28, 1975

      A publicity-hungry crime writer with a reputation for sensationalism discovers the remains of a youth missing for seven years, and ballyhoos the mystery as the subject of his next book, while publicly branding Five-O as incompetent for never having solved the case.

    • Episode 11

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 11. The Waterfront Steal

      aired: Fri, Nov 21, 1975

      While Joao Mendoza, influential owner of warehouses in Honolulu, is creating a civic uproar by damning the police for their failure to halt a wave of warehouse burglaries, McGarrett and Five-O quietly joins in the search for the burglary gang.

    • Episode 10

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 10. How to steal a Submarine

      aired: Fri, Nov 14, 1975

      Jack Cassidy guest stars as a narcotics smuggler and pusher who, unknown to Five-O Chief Steve McGarrett, is McGarrett's prime target in his investigation of a large-scale smuggling operation.

    • Episode 9

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 9. Retire in Sunny Hawaii Forever

      aired: Fri, Nov 7, 1975

      Famed actress Helen Hayes guest stars in the role in Danny William's visiting Aunt Clara. Five-O becomes involved when a murder in Hawaii of an elderly gentleman, Clara Williams' seatmate on the plane, puts McGarrett on the trail of a small band of crooks who are stealing from abandoned bank accounts large quantities of money that rightfully belongs to the state of Hawaii.

    • Episode 8

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 8. Sing a Song of Suspense

      aired: Fri, Oct 31, 1975

      McGarrett and Five-O must protect singer Chelsea Merrimam (guest star Lois Nettleton) from assassination by Hawaii racketeering kingpin Koko Apaleka, on whom Chelsea can pin a murder rap with her eyewitness testimony. Apaleka is determined to eliminate Chelsea to save himself, while McGarrett is equally determined to save Chelsea and to nail Apaleka by doing so.

    • Episode 7

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 7. The Defector

      aired: Fri, Oct 24, 1975

      McGarrett locks horns with the overbearing and hardboiled Dr. Grant Ormsbee, a scientist who is conducting top-secret research for the U.S. Navy. At issue is Chiang Lee, a brilliant physicist, who has defected from an Asian nation to seek asylum in the U.S. and was forced to kill a man in self-defense upon arriving in Hawaii.

    • Episode 6

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 6. The Case against McGarrett

      aired: Fri, Oct 17, 1975

      McGarrett is tried for murder by a group of dangerous convicts led by his sworn enemy, Honore Vashon, after he turns himself over to them in return for their release of nine hostages.

    • Episode 5

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 5. Death's Name is Sam

      aired: Fri, Oct 10, 1975

      Someone, somewhere in Hawaii is plotting to shoot down an airplane, utilizing a Russian-made surface-to-air missile (a "SAM"). That much seems clear to Five-O chief Steve McGarrett. But who, where, and when and which plane?

    • Episode 4

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 4. Target? The Lady

      aired: Fri, Oct 3, 1975

      After Curt Anderson, a man with gambling connections, is found murdered in his Honolulu apartment, Steve McGarrett and his Five-O team hunt for a female courier for a Las Vegas casino, and discover that a hit man is racing to beat them to her.

    • Episode 3

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 3. Termination With Extreme Prejudice

      aired: Fri, Sep 26, 1975

      Steve McGarrett's Five-O unit searches for Lord Charles Danby, a missing English tourist who apparently has drowned in the Waikiki Beach surf, and unmasks a British intelligence agent also eager to find Danby.

    • Episode 2

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 2. McGarrett is Missing

      aired: Fri, Sep 19, 1975

      Five-O chief McGarrett finds himself with a serious leg wound, and at the mercy of an armed and dangerous escaped convict, Charlie Bombay. After collaring the escapee, McGarrett escorts him to the state prison aboard a police aircraft that crashes during a severe storm.

    • Episode 1

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 1. Murder: Eyes Only ( Part 1 + 2)

      aired: Fri, Sep 12, 1975

      Five-O Chief Steve McGarrett's annual change of pace -- his active duty cruise with the naval re-serve -- takes on a familiar feel when he draws orders to investigate the murder of a naval intelligence officer by letter bomb.

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    • Episode 24

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 24. 6,000 Deadly Tickets

      aired: Tue, Mar 25, 1975

      McGarrett joins forces with an air traffic conference investigator in an attempt to stop an airline ticket racket that not only bilks the carriers, but has also cost several lives. Travel agents have been forced to purchase stolen, unvalidated tickets as a form of "protection" -- or else. The telling clue to the deadly operation is revealed when one agent chooses "or else."

    • Episode 23

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 23. Diary of a Gun

      aired: Tue, Mar 18, 1975

      One cheap revolver, passing from hand to hand, causes mayhem and murder as McGarrett and his Five-O team pursue its bloody trail. McGarrett doesn't underestimate the deadly threat of the cheap gun, for he knows that "Saturday Night Specials" -- the street name for illegal weapons -- are lethal whether pros or amateurs pull the trigger.

    • Episode 22

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 22. The Hostage

      aired: Tue, Mar 11, 1975

      Trying to use reason rather than force puts McGarrett at odds with a police captain when a deranged ex-Army sergeant shoots a cop and kidnaps a young girl. Not only does the Captain, but other outsiders also meddle with McGarrett's strategy to communicate and reason for the girl's release.

    • Episode 21

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 21. Hit Gun For Sale

      aired: Tue, Feb 25, 1975

      McGarrett goes all out to keep the lid on a threatened organized crime war by tracking both an unknown hit man and his target.

    • Episode 20

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 20. And the Horse Jumped Over the Moon

      aired: Tue, Feb 18, 1975

      The "perfect crime" -- a sky-diving sea-air conspiracy for smuggling heroin into Hawaii -- has gone undetected by the law until a member of the smuggling ring tries to sell out for a fix.

    • Episode 19

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 19. Study in Rage

      aired: Tue, Feb 11, 1975

      Untwisting the psychotic mind depicted in the unfinished surrealistic painting of a murdered psychiatrist is the task McGarrett must. tackle in order to find the victim's killer. The case soon takes a deadly turn as each interpretation of the painting becomes a clue that leads to other bodies.

    • Episode 17

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 17. Small Witness Large Crime

      aired: Tue, Jan 28, 1975

      When Five-O nabs a shantytown ragamuffin for a minor theft, it sparks friction between McGarrett and a dedicated but impetuous female deputy public defender. The interference snags McGarrett's attempt to hide and protect the child from a hired killer.

    • Episode 16

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 16. A Woman's Work is with a Gun

      aired: Tue, Jan 21, 1975

      Three troubled women take up armed robbery aboard scenic tour buses as a moneymaking project. The three women: Dina Hale, a lady with a hidden habit; Fay Scott, the mother of a desperately ill child; Margaret Hudson, an unhappily married housewife. All three turn to holding up tourists as a means of rectifying their financial shortages.

    • Episode 15

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 15. Computer Killer

      aired: Tue, Jan 14, 1975

      McGarrett's investigation of a murder is thwarted by a computer which has been fed with erroneous information in hopes of diverting the guilt for the crime away from the guilty party.

    • Episode 14

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 14. Bones of Contention

      aired: Tue, Jan 7, 1975

      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.

    • Episode 13

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 13. Hari Kiri Suicide Murder

      aired: Tue, Dec 31, 1974

      A shamed Japanese banker ritualistically kills himself, and McGarrett want to know why. McGarrett demands answers from a prominent financial consultant, played by guest star Ossie Davis, and the deceased's assistant when Five-O discovers the pair are involved in an international swindle.

    • Episode 12

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 12. Presenting in the Center Ring, Murder

      aired: Tue, Dec 10, 1974

      Wo Fat, international spy and relentless nemesis of McGarrett's, reappears in Hawaii in pursuit of a visiting foreign minister who is under the protection of the Five-O unit. But the minister's grand-son's yen to see a circus provides Wo Fat with the perfect opportunity to carry out his nefarious plot.

    • Episode 11

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 11. Welcome to our Branch Office

      aired: Tue, Dec 3, 1974

      A Honolulu businessman accuses McGarrett and his investigative team of shaking him down for $100,000 "protection" money. Five-O is under heavy suspicion until it's discovered that two mainland con men have found a quartet of look-a-likes to masquerade as the real investigative team.

    • Episode 10

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 10. A Gun for Mcgarrett

      aired: Tue, Nov 26, 1974

      Both bearing scars of gangland violence, McGarrett and an elegant dealer in objets d'art, Marni Howard, are sympathetically drawn together. McGarett's search for the brutal mobsters responsible for his injuries becomes periodically and pleasantly interrupted by a romantic interlude with the chic Miss Howard.

    • Episode 9

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 9. How to Steal a Masterpiece

      aired: Tue, Nov 12, 1974

      Irreplaceable Lautrec and Gauguin art works mysteriously vanish from a millionaire's private collection despite three fail-safe electronic security systems. McGarrett and his Five-O team are called into the caper when the thieves demand a quarter-million-dollar ransom from the shrewd art collector.

    • Episode 8

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 8. The Two-Faced Corpse

      aired: Tue, Oct 29, 1974

      A gangland-style slaying investigation takes a bizarre turn when an autopsy reveals the victim had two physical identities. Under suspicion for the murder are the victim's wife and his business partner, who stand to gain large sums of money from the death. McGarrett's case is further complicated by the information that the syndicate had an old grudge against him.

    • Episode 7

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 7. We Hang Our Own

      aired: Tue, Oct 22, 1974

      McGarrett steps in when powerful Hawaiian cattle baron Col. J.J. Farraday makes his own laws to avenge the beating death of his son. Farraday and his Hawaiian "cowboys" ready a hanging tree when elder son Jay claims his younger brother was slain by a jealous husband following a bar fight over a local girl.

    • Episode 6

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 6. Right Grave, Wrong Body

      aired: Tue, Oct 15, 1974

      A current wave of liquor store robberies and shootings are strangely linked to a fiveyear old bank robbery in which neither the quarter-million-dollar booty nor the thief was ever found. Charles Cioffi guest stars as an HPD officer, who, when the link in the crimes is uncovered, desperately hunts for the man behind the liquor store crimes.

    • Episode 5

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 5. Bomb, Bomb, Who's got the Bomb?

      aired: Tue, Oct 8, 1974

      Notes threatening the life of the state Senate crime committee chairman bring McGarrett into the investigation. Handwriting analysis and a psychiatrist's diagnosis of someone's possible split personality become the prime clues in McGarrett's search for the possible killer.

    • Episode 4

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 4. Steal Now, Pay Later

      aired: Tue, Oct 1, 1974

      McGarrett is on the trail of a suave crook who peddles his stolen goods to legitimate businessmen by socializing with fashion models and buyers. The wily thief has eluded the law so far by directing and supervising the hijacking of goods on the mainland and in Hawaii totally by telephone.

    • Episode 3

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 3. I'll Kill 'Em Again

      aired: Tue, Sep 24, 1974

      Postcards from a psychopath taunting McGarrett to remember crime victims of the past precede a series of re-enacted murders. Eddie Josephs, in his twisted thinking, puts down the authorities by recreating murders featured in a series of Honolulu magazine articles lauding Five-O's solving of past crimes.

    • Episode 2

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 2. Hawaiian Nightmare

      aired: Tue, Sep 17, 1974

      A geothermal dynamics genius, 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. McGarrett and his Five-O unit speed to the big island of Hawaii in an effort to avert the deadly threat contained in the extortion note.

    • Episode 1

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 1. The Young Assassins

      aired: Tue, Sep 10, 1974

      Danny and a college professor are kidnapped and held as hostages, to be killed unless two members of a radical group are released from jail. McGarrett, backed by the Governor, refuses to comply with the ransom demands of the kidnappers, even though he knows he is risking the lives of his aide and the professor.

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    • Episode 24

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 24. 30,000 Rooms and I Have the Key

      aired: Tue, Feb 26, 1974

      A well-to-do, stylish, Raffles-type jewel thief steals from Waikiki hotel rooms for the thrill of the chase. As his calling card, he leaves a series of clues which add up to an elegant method of operation. McGarrett sets a trap for the thief, but the thief eludes him with a stunning ploy -- and then sends him an engraved invitation to the next intended burglary.

    • Episode 23

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 23. Killer at Sea

      aired: Tue, Feb 19, 1974

      Impressionist John Byner makes his dramatic debut as a shipboard comedian beset by gambling debts. McGarrett and Five-O become involved while investigating the robberykidnapping of business manager Vincent Gordon on board a cruise ship, described only as "a man in a Panama hat."

    • Episode 22

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 22. Mother's Deadly Helper

      aired: Tue, Feb 12, 1974

      Anthony Zerbe guest stars as a right-wing extremist who embarks on a murderous crusade against what he considers laxity in law enforcement and too-lenient judges. After the case against hit-man Joseph Furika is dismissed for lack of evidence, he is murdered in the street outside the courthouse.

    • Episode 21

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 21. Nightmare in Blue

      aired: Tue, Feb 5, 1974

      McGarrett calls on attractive HPD policewomen, senior officers and scientific technology when the Five-O force is confronted by a series of five rape-murders. One of the enigmas McGarrett must investigate concerns the fact that the murderer-rapist seems to have gained the confidence of his victims.

    • Episode 20

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 20. Death With Father

      aired: Tue, Jan 22, 1974

      Jack Lord makes his directing debut with this episode about a retired Federal narcotics agent whose son becomes embroiled in a heroin refining operation. McGarrett becomes suspicious of the activities of young Tom Morgan, a university chemistry major, when an informer tells him that the son of ex-narcotics agent Cliff Morgan is making "smack" for an international syndicate.

    • Episode 19

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 19. Murder with a Golden Touch

      aired: Tue, Jan 29, 1974

      A bunco scheme revolving around a million dollars in sunken treasure sends McGarrett and Five-O on an investigation that stretches halfway around the world and to the Pacific depths off Oahu.

    • Episode 18

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 18. Secret Witness

      aired: Tue, Jan 15, 1974

      A young man, Ted Reynolds, is an eyewitness to a murder, then becomes the next target of the assassin. In his flight from the assassin, Reynolds loses his library card, and the card is quickly put to use by the killer, who starts an all-out-hunt for Reynolds.

    • Episode 17

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 17. One Born Every Minute

      aired: Tue, Jan 8, 1974

      A bunco game using phony diamonds as bait and preying on well-heeled male Waikiki tourists sends McGarrett and Five-O into action in an attempt to head off a sinister racket. The bunco artists em-ploy 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 the window of a Honolulu hotel.

    • Episode 16

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 16. The Banzai Pipeline

      aired: Tue, Jan 1, 1974

      The Banzai Pipeline, one of the world's most exciting and dangerous surfing beaches, forms the backdrop for a trio of slayings. McGarrett, attempting to build a land-fraud indictment against a swindler, is thwarted when the man is found murdered near the Pipeline.

    • Episode 15

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 15. The Flip Side is Death

      aired: Tue, Dec 18, 1973

      A daring bank robbery carried out under the cover of a mock military emergency sends McGarrett and his Five-O detectives to the windward side of Oahu. McGarrett turns to the sparsely populated part of Oahu and a posh resort hotel when an apparently insignificant clue -- a golf ball -- is found near one of the abandoned Army vehicles used in the robbery.

    • Episode 14

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 14. The $100,000 Nickel

      aired: Tue, Dec 11, 1973

      Victor Buono guest stars as Eric Damien, an international thief, who enlists a carnival sleight-of-hand artist to steal a nickel valued by coin experts at $100,000. The theft is discovered and the thief, Arnie Price, panics and drops the rare coin into a newspaper vending machine. Damien then kid-naps Price's wife and demands the return of the coin in exchange for the woman's life.

    • Episode 13

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 13. Try To Die on Time

      aired: Tue, Dec 4, 1973

      Comedian Jack Carter makes a rare television dramatic appearance when he guest stars as gambler Harry Foxton, central figure in a macabre $240,000 lottery based on the projected hour of his death. Five-O must unravel a complicated web of relationships and sort out a tangled skein of clues which seem to defy solution.

    • Episode 12

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 12. Anybody Can Build a Bomb

      aired: Tue, Nov 27, 1973

      Lew Ayres guest stars as Dr. Elias Haig, a nuclear physicist caught up in a brazen extortion scheme. The conspirators demand $100,000,000 cash from the government in exchange for their assurance not to blow up a portion of Honolulu with an atomic bomb.

    • Episode 11

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 11. The Finishing Touch

      aired: Tue, Nov 20, 1973

      The murder of a printer and the discovery of a forged municipal bond send McGarrett to a documents expert for help in investigating a destructive ring of forgeries of government securities. But McGarrett becomes suspicious of Norman Cargill, the man he called in to help him, when, curiously, authentic documents that should have the fingerprints of certain bank employees on them do not.

    • Episode 10

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 10. A Bullet for El Diablo

      aired: Tue, Nov 13, 1973

      Maria Ramos, the daughter of a despised Latin American dictator, is kidnapped near her University of Hawaii dormitory, and her father arrives in Honolulu within hours to oversee plans for her rescue. Maria is returned safely, but shortly after, her dictator-father, known as El Diablo, is murdered.

    • Episode 9

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 9. Flash of Color, Flash of Death

      aired: Tue, Nov 6, 1973

      An opal smuggler and killer, Jeff Hobbs, is set up by a glamorous Eurasian woman who clears the way for her accomplices to enter a Honolulu jewelry store and rob him and the jeweler of a fortune in opals. Although Hobbs appears to be a reputable gem merchant, McGarrett becomes suspicious of him during his investigation into a series of Honolulu jewel thefts.

    • Episode 8

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 8. Why Wait Till Uncle Kevin Dies?

      aired: Tue, Oct 30, 1973

      Steve 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 inheritance scheme.

    • Episode 7

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 7. Murder is a Taxing Affair

      aired: Tue, Oct 16, 1973

      A corrupt federal tax agent, pursuing a criminal under indictment for tax evasion, sees his last chance to strike it rich and kills the fugitive for $600,000 in hot money.

    • Episode 6

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 6. Tricks Are Not Treats

      aired: Tue, Oct 23, 1973

      The assassination of one of Honolulu's most active flesh peddlers threatens an all-out war between two competing vice empires and brings McGarrett and the governor's office into action to avert gang-style warfare.

    • Episode 5

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 5. The Sunday Torch

      aired: Tue, Oct 9, 1973

      A peculiar pattern of arson send McGarrett and his Five-O force searching for clues to the identity of a fire-bug who strikes on weekends. A young man who fits the classic profile of a pyromaniac is carefully set up in what appears to be a foolproof frame.

    • Episode 4

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 4. One Big Happy Family

      aired: Tue, Oct 2, 1973

      A family of ruthless nickel-and-dime killers, having already left a trail of death across the mainland, start a new wave of terror when they reach Hawaii. The wanton family mystifies McGarrett and the Five-O unit when a thorough investigation can find no big pay-off for a series of terrible killings.

    • Episode 3

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 3. Charter For Death

      aired: Tue, Sep 25, 1973

      Nehemiah Persoff guest stars as Leo Paoli, a deported mobster fleeing a Corsican exile and trying to get a cache of $5-million. Meanwhile, McGarrett and the Coast Guard board the derelict schooner left abandoned by the fleeing Paoli, unaware of the plague-carrying rodents aboard.

    • Episode 2

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 2. Draw Me A Killer

      aired: Tue, Sep 18, 1973

      McGarrett attempts to solve the riddle of a series of apparently motiveless slayings that come at six week intervals. The slayings -- of a sailor, banker, pawnbroker and lawyer -- leave the Five-O unit without clues to the identity of the killer.

    • Episode 1

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 1. Hookman

      aired: Tue, Sep 11, 1973

      A double amputee sets out to avenge the loss of his hands by killing every law officer who, he feels, contributed to his maiming. His sniper style assassination of a Honolulu policeman launches McGarrett and his Five-O force into a desperate effort to stop him before he can kill other lawmen.

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    • Episode 24

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 24. Jury Of One

      aired: Tue, Mar 13, 1973

      A police informer tells McGarrett that one of the jurors in the murder trial of an island strong-arm has been bribed in an effort to produce a hung jury.

    • Episode 23

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 23. The Diamond That Nobody Stole

      aired: Tue, Mar 6, 1973

      A cat burglar strikes at the home of a socially prominent island family, setting off a fast-moving series of events that lead to a death. McGarrett's search for clues takes him to a rundown neighborhood where an unseen assailant starts taking shots at him.

    • Episode 22

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 22. Engaged to Be Buried

      aired: Tue, Feb 27, 1973

      McGarrett attempts to crack an extortion ring preying on small businessmen. The detective's investigation seems to run into a roadblock when it is learned that one of the gang members is courting the daughter of Chin Ho, one of McGarrett's trusted deputies, and that they appear headed for a wedding.

    • Episode 21

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 21. Percentage

      aired: Tue, Feb 20, 1973

      A travel agent operating gambling junkets is slain as a warning to his partner to stop competing for the gambling business. The surviving agent, a former bookie, attempts to carry on the business but finds matters complicated when one of the clients is killed and McGarrett and his Five-O unit start getting closer to the truth.

    • Episode 20

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 20. Little Girl Blue

      aired: Tue, Feb 13, 1973

      Nina Foch plays a grandmother whose only grandchild is kidnapped by two ineffectual crooks. As McGarrett and his Five-O forces attempt to move up the mountain where the child is being held, the kidnappers lay down a withering fuselage of rifle fire.

    • Episode 19

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 19. Will the Real Mr. Winkler Please Die?

      aired: Tue, Feb 6, 1973

      Nehemiah Persoff plays an obscure shopkeeper who calls himself Peter Winkler and becomes the catalyst in a plot to assassinate a high level Iron Curtain defector. McGarrett becomes interested in Winkler when the shopkeeper is involved in a minor incident and no proof can be found that a "Peter Winkler" does, indeed, exist.

    • Episode 18

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 18. The Odd Lot Caper

      aired: Tue, Jan 30, 1973

      Richard Basehart plays the mastermind behind a 40 million-dollar conspiracy to rob the Honolulu Stock Exchange. Basehart, as Murdock, senior partner in a stock exchange firm, conceives a daring and seemingly foolproof plan to rob the exchange. But a succession of murders which were not in Murdock's plan puts McGarrett on the trail of the conspiracy.

    • Episode 17

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 17. Here Today, Gone Tonight

      aired: Tue, Jan 23, 1973

      McGarrett and Danny Williams must solve the riddle of how a suspected killer can appear to be in two places at one time. The investigators appear to be at an impasse -- until faint clues are developed to throw the light of reality on the crime.

    • Episode 16

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 16. The Listener

      aired: Tue, Jan 16, 1973

      Dr. Eric Fowler, a psychiatrist, becomes the victim of an extortion effort by a clever paranoiac found too disturbed to treat. The person, an unseen but apparently omnipresent electronics wizard calling himself Cerberus, the Hound of Hell," threatens Dr. Fowler and his patients through a series of ingenious electronic plants.

    • Episode 15

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 15. Thanks for the Honeymoon

      aired: Sun, Jan 9, 1972

      Patty Duke and Carol Lawrence are the guest stars as McGarrett goes after the untouchable king-pin of narcotics traffic in the islands. Toni (Patty Duke), an underworld fringe character, agrees to turn state's evidence against the mobster on one condition -- that McGarrett must release her from prison and arrange her wedding to the father of her unborn child.

    • Episode 14

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 14. The Child Stealers

      aired: Tue, Jan 2, 1973

      An infant is taken from his stroller on a Honolulu street as McGarrett and his Five-O forces wait unsuccessfully for a ransom demand in order to trap the kidnappers. McGarrett's probe uncovers similarities between this kidnapping and another in the past, and he traces the operation to a "legitimate" attorney who is operating a child-stealing racket from the Mainland.

    • Episode 13

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 13. I'm a Family Crook - Don't Shoot!

      aired: Tue, Dec 19, 1972

      Andy Griffith and Joyce Van Patten pay a husband and-wife team of confidence operators who get caught between two of the islands' most powerful mobs, almost touching off a war among competing underworld factions.

    • Episode 12

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 12. The Clock Struck Twelve

      aired: Tue, Dec 5, 1972

      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. But McGarrett discovers that vigilante sympathizers have penetrated security and planted explosives in the courthouse. With just hours remaining before the trial starts, Danny begins the delicate job of disarming the bombs.

    • Episode 11

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 11. V for Vashon: The Patriarch -Part III

      aired: Tue, Nov 28, 1972

      With his son in prison and his grandson dead -- both as a result of McGarrett's actions, the patriarch of the Vashon crime syndicate, old Dominick, devises a cunning scheme to frame the chief of Five-O and send him to prison in disgrace.

    • Episode 10

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 10. V for Vashon: The Father - Part II

      aired: Tue, Nov 21, 1972

      The Vashon family buries young Chris Vashon and launches a vendetta against Five- O's chief investigator, whom they hold responsible for the boy's death. With Chris dead, his father, Honore, swears vengeance against McGarrett and imports an assassin to rid the Vashon family of its arch nemesis.

    • Episode 9

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 9. V for Vashon: The Son - Part I

      aired: Tue, Nov 14, 1972

      McGarrett's investigation into a new crime outbreak leads to a band of youths led by Chris Vashon, a third generation member of a crime family headed by his grandfather, Dominick. McGarrett succeeds in bringing young Vashon to trial, but, after the boy is freed, a new outbreak of terror begins.

    • Episode 8

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 8. Journey Out of Limbo

      aired: Tue, Oct 31, 1972

      Keenan Wynn guest stars as the trusted friend of a Chinese diplomat who is the object of an assassination plan which Danny Williams stumbles upon, but whose details he cannot remember when he is injured.

    • Episode 7

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 7. Chain of Events

      aired: Tue, Oct 24, 1972

      The slaying of a public health official while conducting an investigation into venereal disease leads McGarrett into the world of politics and intrigue. Starting with an appointment list of the slain official, McGarrett works his way up to a meeting with a highly respected candidate for public office.

    • Episode 6

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 6. Fools Die Twice

      aired: Tue, Oct 17, 1972

      Army officer Jack Gulley, played by Clu Gulager, devises a bizarre scheme to kidnap a top government scientist and collect a ransom of one million dollars in diamonds. The officer's plan proceeds flawlessly until he commits the mistake of double-crossing his fellow conspirators.

    • Episode 5

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 5. The Jinn Who Clears the Way

      aired: Tue, Oct 10, 1972

      Khigh Dhiegh returns as the sinister criminal genius Wo Fat to match wits with McGarrett. This time, a petty criminal is slain during the theft of a secret ballistic missile device, and McGarrett suspects that his arch nemesis, Wo Fat, is behind the theft.

    • Episode 4

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 4. Pig in a Blanket

      aired: Tue, Oct 3, 1972

      Danny Williams is involved in the shooting of a teenager following the death of a fellow police officer, and a cry goes up to sacrifice the lawman to public opinion.

    • Episode 3

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 3. You Don't Have to Kill to Get Rich - But It Helps

      aired: Tue, Sep 26, 1972

      A series of deaths of well-to-do businessmen puts the Hawaii Five-O unit into the investigation of a lucrative blackmail operation. William Shatner plays an enterprising mainland private detective who finds the key to the blackmailing operation and orders the execution of its chief. But Ben Kokua short-circuits the ploy when he shows up as the "assassin."

    • Episode 2

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 2. Death Wish on Tantalus Mountain

      aired: Tue, Sep 19, 1972

      Ricardo Montalban plays Alex Pareno, a wealthy auto-racing enthusiast whose mechanic is slain on the eve of Hawaii's most important road race. Following the death of another mechanic on the dangerous Tantalus Mountain race course,McGarrett becomes suspicious of Angela, Pareno's glamorous fiancee.

    • Episode 1

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 1. Death Is a Company Policy

      aired: Tue, Sep 12, 1972

      McGarrett is puzzled when a computer programmed to help solve the slaying of anunderworld figure's "business associate" indicates that the culprit is one of McGarrett's own people

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    • Episode 24

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 24. R & R & R

      aired: Tue, Mar 7, 1972

      McGarrett seeks a killer whose targets have been wives of army men who have come to Hawaii to meet their husbands on furlough. A break in the case comes when one of the wives receives a wire to meet her husband in Honolulu, but McGarrett learns that her husband had been killed in action prior to the sending of the telegram.

    • Episode 23

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 23. Follow the White Brick Road

      aired: Tue, Feb 29, 1972

      Danny Williams goes undercover as a sailor to flush out a drug ring operating from a vessel in the U.S. Seventh Fleet. The Five-O team and Naval Intelligence have only a few days before the ship lands in Pearl Harbor to find the drug pushers and the kilo of heroin rumored to be aboard the ship.

    • Episode 22

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 22. Didn't We Meet at a Murder?

      aired: Tue, Feb 22, 1972

      A wealthy young widow is one of the victims in an intricate blackmail plot that leads to the murder of a Chicago mobster. During the investigation, McGarrett discovers the blackmail scheme and a plot to rob a Hawaiian bank.

    • Episode 21

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 21. Good Night, Baby - Time to Die

      aired: Tue, Feb 15, 1972

      A convicted murderer escapes from prison and threatens to kill his former girl friend, so McGarrett sets up an elaborate police protective system around the girl in an effort to capture the killer.

    • Episode 20

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 20. Cloth of Gold

      aired: Tue, Feb 8, 1972

      Members of a not-too-legitimate real estate company become victims of a poison contained in a rare shellfish. McGarrett knows that the two men were murdered, but is stumped by the origin of the poison and how it was administered to the victims.

    • Episode 19

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 19. While You're at It, Bring in the Moon

      aired: Tue, Feb 1, 1972

      Barry Sullivan guest stars as an eccentric billionaire suspected of killing one of his business associates, but who is afraid to leave his antiseptic yacht even to clear himself of the crime.

    • Episode 18

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 18. Skinhead

      aired: Tue, Jan 25, 1972

      A young Hawaiian girl is assaulted in a parking lot and a braggart soldier is arrested and tried for the crime. The soldier is found guilty, but a fact in his medical history leads McGarrett to believe the wrong man may have been convicted.

    • Episode 17

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 17. The Ninety-Second War: Part II

      aired: Tue, Jan 18, 1972

      McGarrett learns that communist agent Wo Fat needs 90 seconds in order to carry out his plot against a U.S. missile tracking base.

    • Episode 16

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 16. The Ninety-Second War: Part I

      aired: Tue, Jan 11, 1972

      A powerful unknown source sets up an elaborate scheme to frame McGarrett as a thief.

    • Episode 15

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 15. Bait Once, Bait Twice

      aired: Tue, Jan 4, 1972

      A young woman is forced to fake a suicide attempt so that her fiancée' will come out of hiding -- a gambling czar wants him dead.

    • Episode 14

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 14. Odd Man In

      aired: Tue, Dec 28, 1971

      Hume Cronyn returns in a guest star appearance as Lewis Avery Filer, the criminal with a thousand faces, who escapes from the Oahu prison after devising a scheme to steal $4-million from drug smugglers. Filer, as in past crimes, taunts McGarrett with clues, but this time his plan includes having McGarrett help him rather than hinder him.

    • Episode 13

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 13. Is This Any Way to Run a Paradise?

      aired: Tue, Dec 14, 1971

      McGarrett searches for an ecology fanatic whose pranks are harmless until he threatens the lives of those he feels are the cause of the island's pollution. The islanders are sympathetic to the prankster -- until he carries out his threat of murder.

    • Episode 12

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 12. Nine, Ten, You're Dead

      aired: Tue, Nov 30, 1971

      A syndicate boss seeks revenge when his light-heavyweight boxer's hand is smashed by a punchy ex-fighter. McGarrett and his Five-O team desperately search for the punchy attacker, not only to bring him to justice but also, to protect him from the mobster.

    • Episode 11

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 11. A Matter of Mutual Concern

      aired: Tue, Nov 23, 1971

      McGarrett fears a gangland war is imminent when it seems a mainland syndicate is trying to take over criminal operations. Criminal operations up to this time have been under the control of four unfriendly families, and McGarrett expects trouble because he suspects them of having murdered the messenger sent by the mainland syndicate.

    • Episode 10

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 10. Rest in Peace, Somebody

      aired: Tue, Nov 16, 1971

      McGarrett receives calls and clues from a man saying he will kill somebody important in 48 hours. His only clue to the identity of the victim: a key sent by the anonymous assailant.

    • Episode 9

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 9. The Burning Ice

      aired: Tue, Nov 9, 1971

      Jackie Cooper guest stars as Dr. Alex Southmore, who becomes a suspect in the investigation of his wife's murder when McGarrett finds holes in the confessed killer's story. McGarrett believes the murderer is still at large when he learns that the confessed killer was a conscientious objector in the Korean war and is a patient with a terminal illness in the hospital where Dr. Southmore practices.

    • Episode 8

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 8. For a Million... Why Not?

      aired: Tue, Nov 2, 1971

      Five upstanding citizens seek their own revenge through a criminal act -- the theft of $6 million. The precision and elaborate planning employed by the group make their scheme a seemingly perfect crime, even to the Five-O investigation team.

    • Episode 7

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 7. Air Cargo - Dial for Murder

      aired: Tue, Oct 26, 1971

      McGarrett, while investigating the death of an airport security undercover agent, comes upon an air cargo hijacking ring. The case becomes more involved when another airport employee is found dead and over a quarter of a million dollars is discovered among his personal effects.

    • Episode 6

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 6. ...And I Want Some Candy and a Gun That Shoots

      aired: Tue, Oct 19, 1971

      A psychotic sniper endangers the lives of motorists as he fires at cars from a hillside bunker overlooking a major highway. Five-O, aided by the Honolulu police department, employs every method to penetrate the sniper's seemingly impregnable position, and to take him alive and avoid any senseless bloodshed.

    • Episode 5

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 5. Two Doves and Mr. Heron

      aired: Tue, Oct 12, 1971

      Vic Morrow guest stars as Edward Heron, a tourist in Hawaii, who, after being mugged and hospitalized, becomes the object of McGarrett's suspicions when he refuses to press charges and disappears from the hospital. The mugger discovers he got more than he hoped for when he finds in Heron's wallet a key to a storage locker holding $250,000.

    • Episode 4

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 4. 3,000 Crooked Miles to Honolulu

      aired: Tue, Oct 5, 1971

      Buddy Ebsen guest stars as a cunning college professor who plots an elaborate scheme to cash $750,000 worth of stolen travelers checks. Operating under the guise of a legitimate tour guide, the professor sees his plans go awry when one of the tour members becomes ill, is murdered in his hospital bed, and McGarrett is called in to investigate.

    • Episode 3

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 3. Wednesday, Ladies Free

      aired: Tue, Sep 28, 1971

      A strangler murders five women, leaving each wearing a blonde wig and their faces garishly made up. Monte Markham guest stars as Jerry Rhoades, a private investigator whose wife is among the victims, and who has joined McGarrett's search for the criminal. Together, they desperately work against time to find a link between the female victims and capture the killer before he strikes again.

    • Episode 2

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 2. No Bottles... No Cans... No People

      aired: Tue, Sep 21, 1971

      A small-time hoodlum tries to eliminate the competition and open the way for a mainland crime syndicate to operate in Hawaii. McGarrett and his Five-O team are assigned by the Attorney General's office to block the syndicate's operation and put the mobster out of business permanently.

    • Episode 1

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 1. Highest Castle, Deepest Grave

      aired: Tue, Sep 14, 1971

      A ten-year-old missing persons case is reopened when the bodies of a man and a woman are found during an archeological dig and medical reports show the pair to have been murdered.

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    • Episode 24

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 24. The Grandstand Play: Part II

      aired: Wed, Mar 10, 1971

      The son of a professional baseball player is witness to a murder that takes place in a ballpark, but he's too frightened to tell his father or the authorities.

    • Episode 23

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 23. The Grandstand Play: Part I

      aired: Wed, Mar 3, 1971

      The son of a professional baseball player is witness to a murder that takes place in a ballpark, but he's too frightened to tell his father or the authorities.

    • Episode 22

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 22. The Bomber and Mrs. Moroney

      aired: Wed, Feb 24, 1971

      An armed lunatic who blames Danny Williams for his brother's death invades Five-O headquarters seeking revenge, takes four people hostage, booby-traps the door with dynamite, and reveals that he himself, is a walking time bomb.

    • Episode 21

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 21. Dear Enemy

      aired: Wed, Feb 17, 1971

      Vera Miles guest stars as a wife who fakes evidence appearing to link two murders, in an attempt to trick McGarrett into reinvestigating the homicide charge for which her husband was convicted. McGarrett discovers the hoax, but at the same time stumbles across the solution to an earlier and more significant crime which may indeed prove the woman's husband innocent.

    • Episode 20

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 20. The Gunrunner

      aired: Wed, Feb 10, 1971

      An investigation by Five-O reveals that a munitions dealer has arranged for the kidnapping of his own wife so that he can induce a beleaguered government to pay a higher price for an arms shipment.

    • Episode 19

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 19. F.O.B. Honolulu: Part II

      aired: Wed, Feb 3, 1971

      Almost-perfect counterfeit plates for U.S. twenty dollar bills are desperately sought, not only by American but by various international agents as the ultimately successful trail leads to Hawaii where Five-O must deal with murder, treason and doublecross. The drama is in two parts.

    • Episode 18

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 18. F.O.B. Honolulu: Part I

      aired: Wed, Jan 27, 1971

      Almost-perfect counterfeit plates for U.S. twenty dollar bills are desperately sought, not only by American but by various international agents as the ultimately successful trail leads to Hawaii where Five-O must deal with murder, treason and doublecross. The drama is in two parts.

    • Episode 17

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 17. To Kill or Be Killed

      aired: Wed, Jan 13, 1971

      A combat hero, returning from Vietnam, is found dead under mysterious circumstances, and McGarrett and his Five-O unit find their investigation is obstructed for some unknown reason by Army Intelligence.

    • Episode 16

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 16. Ten Thousand Diamonds and a Heart

      aired: Wed, Jan 6, 1971

      A prisoner is broken out of prison by a wealthy gangster so he can mastermind a $10 million robbery of the Honolulu Diamond Exchange.

    • Episode 15

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 15. Paniolo

      aired: Wed, Dec 30, 1970

      McGarrett's investigation into the death of a real estate agent leads to the island of Maui.

    • Episode 14

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 14. The Double Wall

      aired: Wed, Dec 16, 1970

      Monte Markham plays convicted murderer Harry Kellem, whom Five-O must try to prove innocent in order to save the life of a prison doctor who Kellem is holding hostage. In a twist of the bizarre, a fellow prisoner being held behind bars for another crime confesses to the murder, then dies before he can repeat the confession to anyone else.

    • Episode 13

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 13. The Payoff

      aired: Wed, Dec 9, 1970

      Steve McGarrett must apprehend a hoodlum and his girl friend in order to save their lives. The two are being sought by two men from whom they stole a large cash ransom which they acquired by carrying out an abduction.

    • Episode 12

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 12. Beautiful Screamer

      aired: Wed, Dec 2, 1970

      A strangler who writes the poetry of Byron in lipstick on the legs of two victims, one of them Danny's fiancée, must be stopped in time to prevent a third murder.

    • Episode 11

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 11. Over Fifty? Steal

      aired: Wed, Nov 25, 1970

      Distinguished actor Hume Cronyn guest stars as Avery Filer, a master burglar of such brazen daring that he ignites a political inferno. Filer glories in such taunting, publicity-grabbing stunts as reporting his thefts to the Five-O crew and defying McGarrett to produce sufficient evidence against him.

    • Episode 10

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 10. The Last Eden

      aired: Wed, Nov 18, 1970

      McGarrett's unit searches for the conspirators who framed nightclub star Jimmy Nuanu, a crusader for ecological balance in Hawaii, to make him appear to be the saboteur of an inadequate sewage treatment plant.

    • Episode 9

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 9. The Late John Louisiana

      aired: Wed, Nov 11, 1970

      McGarrett leads an all-out search for the witness to a two-year-old murder in order to protect her from Harry Quon, one of Hawaii's most-wanted criminals and the crime's prime suspect. McGarrett must find the girl, who previously was presumed to be dead, and persuade her to testify before Quon and his men take more drastic steps to stop her from talking.

    • Episode 8

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 8. The Reunion

      aired: Wed, Nov 4, 1970

      A millionaire businessman is accused of being a former Japanese officer responsible for extreme physical and mental cruelty to U.S. World War II prisoners of war. McGarrett and Five-O attempt to exonerate him from accusations made by former members of a U.S. Air Force squadron who are in Hawaii for a reunion, and to protect him from threatened physical harm.

    • Episode 7

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 7. Force of Waves

      aired: Wed, Oct 28, 1970

      The investigation of a boat explosion in which a wealthy businessman dies and McGarrett is seriously injured leads the Five-O team to believe that the widow's former husband is responsible for the sabotage.

    • Episode 6

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 6. The Ransom

      aired: Wed, Oct 21, 1970

      The efforts of McGarrett's Five-O police unit to rescue a wealthy young boy from his ransom-hungry abductors backfire when McGarrett's own man, Kono, also becomes a prisoner of the thugs. Kono helps Timmy escape, but is unable to make a getaway himself. The hoods, determined to win their ransom demand of a quarter-million dollars, notify McGarrett that Kono's life is now worth that sum.

    • Episode 5

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 5. The Guarnerius Caper

      aired: Wed, Oct 14, 1970

      The theft of a priceless violin belonging to a Russian musician touring in Honolulu threatens to explode into an international incident. With the danger that the Soviet government will make propaganda out of the loss, Washington asks McGarrett to drop the case, in the hope that the thieves will return the violin for a ransom.

    • Episode 4

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 4. Time and Memories

      aired: Wed, Oct 7, 1970

      A tender memory in McGarrett's past is suddenly shaken when his former fiancée,Cathy Wallis, finds her husband slain. McGarrett becomes personally involved in the case and jeopardizes his job when Cathy becomes the prime suspect.

    • Episode 3

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 3. The Second Shot

      aired: Wed, Sep 30, 1970

      McGarrett must thwart an elaborate assassination attempt on the life of a self-exiled Greek doctor. The plot thickens when Klaus Marburg, an influential foreign correspondent who comes to Hawaii to interview the doctor, finds himself the target of an assassin.

    • Episode 2

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 2. Trouble in Mind

      aired: Wed, Sep 23, 1970

      Contaminated heroin shatters a failing singer's desperate attempt at a comeback. Caught in the same quagmire of crime are the singer's drummer friend who dies from the toxic dope; Mike, who offers much needed help to McGarrett; and a member of McGarrett's own Five-O police team, who appears implicated in the smuggling.

    • Episode 1

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 1. And a Time to Die

      aired: Wed, Sep 16, 1970

      Five-O is confronted with the problem of corralling foreign agents responsible for critically wounding a U.S. government undercover agent upon his return from a 10-year mission in Red China. McGarrett and his aides must then move swiftly to prevent a threat against the kidnapped daughter of the surgeon who is to operate on the wounded U.S. agent. Khigh Dhiegh is again seen as Wo Fat, the Red agent leader in Hawaii.

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    • Episode 25

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 25. Kiss the Queen Goodbye

      aired: Wed, Mar 11, 1970

      A high-voltage jewel thief in the guise of a socialite sets out to steal a treasured gem belonging to Hawaiian royalty. Using a former movie idol in her scheme to get the jewel, the thief arrives at the governor's gala where she finds that McGarrett and his team of investigators make her plan more difficult.

    • Episode 24

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 24. Three Dead Cows at Makapuu: Part II

      aired: Wed, Mar 4, 1970

      Five-O has 12 hours to find a test tube filled with the deadly "Q strain," which science genius Alex Kline has hidden.

    • Episode 23

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 23. Three Dead Cows at Makapuu: Part I

      aired: Wed, Feb 25, 1970

      A scientific genius disappears after discovering a biological mutation which is hostile to every form of life on earth.

    • Episode 22

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 22. Nightmare Road

      aired: Wed, Feb 18, 1970

      A famous research scientist, duped into believing he shot a man, disappears from his vital government post. Meanwhile, McGarrett's investigation is being hampered by officious help from another arm of the government.

    • Episode 21

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 21. Most Likely to Murder

      aired: Wed, Feb 11, 1970

      When a policeman's wife is murdered, the officer attempts to take the law into his own hands to seek out and execute the killer.

    • Episode 20

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 20. Cry, Lie

      aired: Wed, Feb 4, 1970

      Chin Ho Kelly, one of McGarrett's trusted investigators, is accused of taking a bribe from a narcotics dealer.

    • Episode 19

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 19. The One with the Gun

      aired: Wed, Jan 28, 1970

      A dishonest poker game causes a young honeymooner to lose his life. McGarrett's investigation is complicated when the victim's brother, dissatisfied with the progress on the case, sets out to track down the assailant and almost becomes a criminal himself.

    • Episode 18

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 18. Killer Bee

      aired: Wed, Jan 21, 1970

      A veteran of Vietnam has grave psychological problems which compel him to become a kidnapper. McGarrett is called into the kidnapping cases, and discovers that the young veteran is being driven into a catatonic state deliberately.

    • Episode 17

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 17. Run, Johnny, Run

      aired: Wed, Jan 14, 1970

      During the pursuit of an AWOL sailor, a fight ensues and one of two shore patrolmen is shot. But McGarrett and the Five-O team run into Navy resistance when they try to bring the suspect in under civil law to protect him.

    • Episode 15

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 15. Blind Tiger

      aired: Wed, Dec 31, 1969

      A surprise birthday party for McGarrett ends with an attempt on his life. The attempt fails but McGarrett is left blinded. Despite being incapacitated, it takes an order by the governor to stop him from searching for his assailant. Meanwhile, his assistants tear the city apart to find the man who injured their boss.

    • Episode 14

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 14. Which Way Did They Go?

      aired: Wed, Dec 24, 1969

      Ossie Connors, an adversary from McGarrett's past, manages to accomplish the perfect robbery right under the nose of Five-O.

    • Episode 13

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 13. The Joker's Wild, Man, Wild!

      aired: Wed, Dec 17, 1969

      A spoiled Texas heiress pits a beachboy against a playboy in a bizarre card game. As the rivals vie for the attentions of the Texas rose, Five-O becomes the thorn in her plans.

    • Episode 12

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 12. The Devil and Mr. Frog

      aired: Wed, Dec 10, 1969

      The kidnapped son of a wealthy man escapes, and the father demands that Five-O recover the $300,000 ransom money he has paid. McGarrett and his team of investigators have only the boy's description of a frog and the devil to lead them to the extortionists.

    • Episode 11

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 11. Leopard on the Rock

      aired: Wed, Dec 3, 1969

      The safety of a hated dictator becomes McGarrett's responsibility when the man, whose personal jet is forced to make an emergency landing in Hawaii, becomes the target of a killer.

    • Episode 10

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 10. All the King's Horses

      aired: Wed, Nov 26, 1969

      McGarrett is asked to build a case against an ex-racketeer for the political benefit of a state probe committee. During the committee hearings, state committee head Charles Irwin intends to show that ex-con Mike Finney is heading a crime syndicate that controls Hawaii's labor force. But Mc-Garrett's investigation produces nothing derogatory against Finney. Instead, McGarrett's suspicions are aroused and he begins an intensive investigation of Irwin.

    • Episode 9

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 9. The Singapore File

      aired: Wed, Nov 19, 1969

      McGarrett is called to Singapore by a terrified girl he is seeking as a witness to a local murder. The girl, the only witness to a felony committed by one of Hawaii's most wanted criminals, pleads with McGarrett to come to Singapore and bring her back to Hawaii to testify, for she is tired of running.

    • Episode 8

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 8. King Kamehameha Blues

      aired: Wed, Nov 12, 1969

      McGarrett seeks a university student in Hawaii who needles the establishment by stealing one of the 50th state's most cherished symbols, the royal robe of King Kamehameha. The theft, originally a prank, takes on a more serious dimension when the students decide not to return the garment.

    • Episode 7

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 7. Sweet Terror

      aired: Wed, Nov 5, 1969

      A foreign agent exposes McGarrett to the grim possibility of germ warfare and the potential loss of Hawaii's sugar industry. Meanwhile, McGarrett and his three-man special police force pick up clues, which lead to the agent's whereabouts, and the startling discovery that they may be too late to thwart his sabotage plans.

    • Episode 6

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 6. A Bullet for McGarrett

      aired: Wed, Oct 29, 1969

      A radical Chinese Maoist student attending the university is found dead just as McGarrett has obtained evidence of his connection with Communist intelligence ring.

    • Episode 5

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 5. Savage Sunday

      aired: Wed, Oct 22, 1969

      Steve McGarrett encounters a small guerrilla force who steals arms from an armory to support a revolution in their own country. The foreign revolutionaries break into the armory on a quiet Sunday morning, and McGarrett is called into action, setting off an island-wide search for the terrorist band.

    • Episode 4

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 4. Just Lucky, I Guess

      aired: Wed, Oct 15, 1969

      A respectable small-town salesman witnesses the murder of a prostitute but, afraid of personal embarrassment, refuses to testify. Unable to build a case without his help, McGarrett enlists the help of a policewoman to catch the ringleaders with $200,000 worth of heroin.

    • Episode 3

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 3. Forty Feet High and It Kills!

      aired: Wed, Oct 8, 1969

      Hawaii is the target of a false tidal wave being broadcast by a Red Chinese agent to cover the kidnapping of a renowned scientist. Professor Lochner, the scientist, has discovered revolutionary breakthrough in genetics that will produce a superior race, and the foreign power wants the scientist and his formula -- at whatever cost.

    • Episode 2

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 2. To Hell with Babe Ruth

      aired: Wed, Oct 1, 1969

      McGarrett pursues a Japanese mental patient determined to fulfill his assignment of 28 years ago -- sabotage Pearl Harbor.

    • Episode 1

      Hawaii Five-O (Classic): 1. A Thousand Pardons - You're Dead!

      aired: Wed, Sep 24, 1969

      McGarrett probes the deaths of the brides of three soldiers killed in action in Vietnam.The death of each of the brides occurs after she collects the G.I. insurance. McGarrett's attempts to unravel the mystery are hampered when he runs afoul an Army Sergeant war hero. Meanwhile, Five-O sets a trap for a dance-hall hostess who appears to know more than she is telling.

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