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Year: 1968 | 1969 | 1970 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974 | 1975 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978 | 1979 | 1980


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 0: Pilot

20 September 1968
Red Chinese agent Wo Fat uses a sensory deprivation chamber to procure information from U.S. agents. McGarrett, head of Hawaii's state police force, poses as "control," possessor of the names of other agents. He allows himself to be captured and placed in the chamber; will he be able to withstand the torture?

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

Nancy Kwan ... Rosemary Quong

Leslie Nielsen ... Brent

Andrew Duggan ... Miller

James Gregory ... Jonathan Kaye
Khigh Dhiegh ... Wo Fat

Lew Ayres ... The Governor
Tim O'Kelly ... Danny (as Tim O'Kelley)
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Philip Ahn ... Attorney General
Mitzi Hoag ... May
Noah Keen ... Dr. Bernard
Russell Thorson ... Port Captain (as Russell Thorsen)
Newell Tarrant ... Doc
Wright Esser ... Captain Schroeder
Yankee Chang ... Tour bus driver
Iris Rainer ... Jailed hippie girl
Dale Ishimoto ... Arcturus construction guard

Soon-Tek Oh ... Wo Fat's Lab Technician (as Soon Taik Oh)
Mark LeBuse ... Arcturus construction foreman
Maxine Jennings ... Mildred - Governor's secretary (as Maxine Saltonstall)
Kaai Hayes

Bill Saito ... Burglar
Gertrude Flynn ... Landlady
Baird Miller ... Agent tailing McGarrett
Ati Soo
Richard Kuga ... Wo Fat's Lab Assistant
Sterling Mossman and the Barefoot Gang ... Themselves (as Sterling Mossman & The Gang)
William Boyett ... Agent in Brent's Office (uncredited)
Helen Torco ... Hula Dancer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 1: Full Fathom Five

26 September 1968
Five-O investigates multiple cases of missing women tourists. The victims were all recently widowed. It turns out that they are being seduced, swindled and then murdered. Five-O sets up an undercover operation in which a Honolulu Police Department woman officer will serve as bait. The culprits are a married couple. He seduces the victims, she pretends to be his sister.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Kevin McCarthy ... Victor Reese
Louise Troy ... Nora Reese
Patricia Smith ... Joyce Weber
Phillip Pine ... Tyler Skaggs (as Philip Pine)
Richard Denning ... Governor
Maggi Parker ... May
Peggy Ryan ... Mildred
Jane Thorpe ... Anne Hayes
Arlene McQuade ... Martha Finch
Herman Wedemeyer ... Lt. Balta
June Dayton ... Ruth Willoughby
Harry Awana ... Palace Guard (uncredited)
How Ching ... Laundryman (uncredited)
Josephine Flanders ... Rose Norton (uncredited)
Eddie Sherman ... Detective Parker (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Strangers in Our Own Land

3 October 1968
A state official is killed by a bomb after arriving from a visit to the Mainland. Five-O discovers the official had more enemies than it initially appears.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Simon Oakland ... Benny Kalua
Milton Selzer ... Lester Willighby
Richard Denning ... Governor
Hilo Hattie ... Mrs. Kapali
Anne Barton ... Mrs. Manu (as Ann Barton)
Jeanne Bates ... Grace Willis
Paul Kent ... David Milner
Milton Hibdon ... Saunders
Daniel Kaleikini Jr. ... Kamaki (as Danny Kaleikine)
Liana Petranek ... Leilani Kalua (as Mary Liana Petranek)
Lord Kaulili ... Nathan Manu
Maggi Parker ... May

Season 1, Episode 3: Tiger by the Tail

10 October 1968
A young singer is kidnapped shortly after a performance. The singer's father is a hotel magnate from the Mainland. However, the crime began as a hoax, and the two kidnappers are friends of the singer. Once the hotel magnate offers a big reward, the friends decide to collect -- at any cost.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Sal Mineo ... Bobby George

Harold J. Stone ... D.J. Georgiade

Sam Melville ... Jerry Parks
Ion Berger ... Allen Brent
Morgan White ... Attorney General
Heidi Vaughn ... Carol Blake
Robert M. Luck ... Nightclub Manager
Richard Gossett ... Peter Taylor
Dave Donnelly ... Charlie (as David L. Donnelly)
Cliff Eblen ... Jasper, F.B.I.
Bob Jones ... Newscaster
Carole Kai ... Judy (as Karol Kai)
Susan Logan ... Darlene (as Susan Kay Logan)
Carole Ann Leslie ... Linda
Janice Teramae ... Susan
Phil Arnone ... TV Director
Dick Fair ... 1st Newsman
Robert H. Krewson ... 2nd Newsman (as Robert Krenson)
Tim Tindall ... Reporter
Moki Palacio ... Chef
Francis Dawson ... Dishwasher

Season 1, Episode 4: Samurai

17 October 1968
The primary witness before a grand jury investigating a Hawaiian crime figure dies suddenly on the stand. At the same time, assassins from Japan are trying to kill the accused criminal. Five-O has to figure out the accused man's secret and why killers from Japan are after him.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Ricardo Montalban ... Tokura
Richard Denning ... Governor
Caroline Barrett ... Deedee (as Carolyn Barrett)
Karen Norris ... Mary Travers
Morgan White ... Attorney General
Newell Tarrant ... Doctor
Maggi Parker ... May
Fred Titcomb ... Senator Harada
Edward Sheehan ... Chief Petty Officer (as Ed Sheehan)
Thomas Norton ... University President
Eddie Sherman ... Newsman
Bob Sevey ... T.V. Announcer (as Robert Sevey)
Robert Chee ... Photographer (uncredited)
Peggy Ryan ... Millie (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: ...And They Painted Daisies on His Coffin

7 November 1968
Dan (Danno) Williams, while off-duty, pursues a gun-wielding crime suspect to the man's apartment. While shooting open the lock, Danno believes he inadvertently wounds the suspect fatally. While attending to the man, the wounded suspect's girlfriend takes a gun the suspect had fired at Danny, and flees the apartment. Danno is soon indicted and jailed. McGarrett races to find the woman and exonerate Danno. It is later discovered that she is connected to Big Chicken, a narcotics dealer in Honolulu.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Gavin MacLeod ... Big Chicken

Charlotte Stewart ... Ann (as Charlotte Considine)
Morgan White ... Attorney General
Maggi Parker ... May
Jeff Kennedy ... Nat Schneider
James Lloyd Land ... Thad Vaughn

Luana Anders ... Maggie
Danny Kamekona ... Sgt. Ishi (as Daniel Kamekona)
Alan Naluai ... Tommy Tommy
Joe Rose ... Fred Vox
Ann McCormack ... Bonita
Kukhie Kuhns ... Frieda
Carlson Kauahi ... Mansin
Bob Basso ... Isadore Meyers
William C. Mount ... The Drunk
Arthur Hee ... Man Running (uncredited)
Edward Tom ... Che Fong (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Twenty-Four Karat Kill

14 November 1968
Five-O investigates a gold-smuggling ring. One young woman is already dead as a result of the gold smuggling. Five-O and the U.S. Treasury Department devise a sting operation aimed at nabbing Johnny Fargo, a brash operator, and the wealthy attorney who is the brains behind the operation.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Kaz Garas ... Johnny Fargo

Marj Dusay ... Andrea

Paul Richards ... Paul Dennison
Richard Denning ... Philip Grey
Newell Tarrant ... Doc
Maggi Parker ... May
Lorna Ho ... Mei-Ling Wan
Richard Loo ... Wong Tou
Douglas Mossman ... Lt. Kealoha (as Doug Mossman)
Douglas Cho ... Stickman
Mark LeBuse ... Al
Eddie Sherman ... Detective
Jerry Tarutani ... Doctor Kashu
James Arakaki ... Waiter (uncredited)
Carolyn Dark ... Baby (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: The Ways of Love

21 November 1968
During a high speed chase, a woman jumps from the car the police are after. McGarrett arrives as she is dying. Her last words are, "The ways of love." She was also wearing a diamond earring that was part of the crown jewels of another country stolen while in Hawaii. At the Caro woman's home, there is a letter addressed to Dave Barca, housed in a California jail. Barca was in Hawaii a few days earlier, during the time of the robbery. McGarrett goes undercover, posing as another prisoner at the jail in California. Meanwhile, Dan Williams and other officers find specialized X-ray equipment in the now-abandoned car involved in the chase. It turns out the thieves used the X-ray equipment to discover the combination of the safe that housed the jewels. Now, it's up to McGarrett to use Barca as a way to find the jewels.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
James Patterson ... Dave Barca

Don Knight ... Steve Larsen
Morgan White ... Attorney General
Robert Harker ... Guard
Robert Costa ... Technician
Josie Over ... Celeste Caro
Ed Fernandez ... Consul (as Edward Fernandez)
Ysabel MacCloskey ... Landlady
Peter Donahoe ... Deputy Capt.
Howard Miyake ... Priest (as Howard Y. Miyake)
Eddie Dew ... Detective (as Edward Dew)

Season 1, Episode 8: No Blue Skies

5 December 1968
McGarrett is investigating a cat burglar who pulls off jobs in spectacular fashion. His most recent heist totaled $30,000 of jewels from a room in a high-rise hotel. The culprit is Joey Rand, a lounge singer who's also a compulsive gambler who owes a Mainland syndicate $200,000. His girlfriend, who works for a company that does tours, supplies Joey with the names and room numbers of well-to-do people. Joey is now the target of a determined McGarrett and the syndicate that's ready to kill him over the singer's gambling debts.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Tommy Sands ... Joey Rand
Robert Random ... Paul Oliwa (as Bob Random)
Sandra Smith ... Valerie Michaels
Clayton Naluai ... Nimo Linkoa
Saigun Wong ... Ming Lu
Arthur Trask ... Chinese Gentleman
Dusty Walker ... Lt. Wilson
Edward Sheehan ... Krouse (as Ed Sheehan)
Charles Gilbert ... Dealer

Season 1, Episode 9: By the Numbers

12 December 1968
A U.S. serviceman, in Hawaii for R&R, becomes a pawn in a fight for control of a numbers syndicate. The head of the outfit, Philip Lo, is killed and the serviceman has been framed for it. McGarrett & Co. race to solve the killing, shut down the numbers syndicate and prevent the serviceman from becoming the next homicide victim.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Johnny Crawford ... Private Jerry Franklin
Anne Helm ... Irene Park (as Ann Helm)
Will Kuluva ... Philip Lo

Jonathan Goldsmith ... George Barker (as Jonathan Lippe)
Richard Denning ... Governor

James McEachin ... Captain John Anderson
John Goddard ... Private Joseph Crewes
Richard Benedict ... Sol the Bartender
Herman Wedemeyer ... Lt. Balta
Jim Gosa ... Tato (as James Gosa)

Randall Duk Kim ... John Lo (as Randall Kim)
Howard Miyake ... Priest
Ati Soo ... Than
Verne Hoke ... Min Lee
Yankee Chang ... Tour Bus Driver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Yesterday Died and Tomorrow Won't Be Born

19 December 1968
McGarrett is gunned down during his morning run on the beach. While the lawman is in critical condition, Dan Williams leads the investigation. Shortly thereafter, another man is killed and Five-O probes whether the two incidents are related. It turns out they are -- and the state Attorney General may become the next victim.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
John Larch ... Joseph Trinian
Vivi Janiss ... Emma Trinian (as Vivi Janis)

Paul Picerni ... Charley Mangan
Richard Denning ... Governor

Ellen Corby ... Mrs. Feathertree
Morgan White ... Attorney General
Maggi Parker ... May
Anna Lea ... Mrs. McGovern
Al Eben ... Doctor Cohen
Ted Hard ... Doctor Rothstein
Douglas Mossman ... Lt. Leoloha (as Doug Mossman)
Lani Kai ... M.K. (as Lanikai)

Season 1, Episode 11: Deathwatch

25 December 1968
An assistant district attorney is killed when he finds a ''bag man'' rifling through the attorney's office on a Sunday. The assistant DA was preparing to prosecute Matsukino, a local mobster. The key piece of evidence, a handgun, is now missing. McGarrett brings in Matsukino and his right-hand man, Cardonus. McGarrett does a bit of psychological game playing by letting Matsukino go and keeping Cardonus in the lawman's office. The Five-O leader reminds Cardonus that Matsukino doesn't like to leave loose ends. After Cardonus is released, his car blows up. Cardonus, knowing that Matsukino wants him dead, goes to Five-O. McGarrett wants Cardonus to testify at the upcoming trial. The question is whether Five-O can keep Cardonus alive to make the court date.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Nehemiah Persoff ... Harry Cardonus

James Shigeta ... Joseph Matsukino
Maura McGiveney ... Helen Kadison
Maggi Parker ... May

Randall Duk Kim ... Oscar (as Randall Kim)
Bob Turnbull ... Charlie Kadison (as Robert Turnbull)
Kent Bowman ... Peter Willis
Dan Leegant ... Boxman (as Daniel Leegant)
Ruth Blacker ... Cardonus' Girlfriend
Ted Hard ... Doctor (as Ted W. Hard)
Tuulikki Paananen ... Nurse (as Tuuilki Gottschalk)
Sammi Fu ... Matsukino's Girlfriend

Season 1, Episode 12: Pray Love Remember, Pray Love Remember

1 January 1969
A young woman student from Indonesia is killed at an educational institute. Footprints at the crime scene indicate a large man was present. Five-O comes up with two suspects: her American boyfriend and a mentally challenged man, Benny Apa. Neither case is airtight. The boyfriend had an argument with the dead woman shortly before she died. Benny Apa confesses to the killing but McGarrett can't be sure if he knows what he is saying.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Denny Miller ... John Hayes
Ron Feinberg ... Benny Apa
Richard Denning ... Governor
Marla Kyo ... Mioshi
Geoffrey Thorpe ... Little Boy
Danny Kamekona ... Che Fong (as Daniel Kamekona)
Jim Demarest ... Fred Babbitt
Robert M. Luck ... Stanley
Adam DeMarais ... Lt. Powers
Arthur Hee ... Pindar
Jorie Remus ... Risa Babbitt

Season 1, Episode 13: King of the Hill

8 January 1969
A returning soldier that saw combat in Vietnam returns to Hawaii and has a severe flashback that leads to him taking over a hospital including Dan-O as a hostage.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Yaphet Kotto ... Marine Lance Corporal John T. Auston

Jeff Corey ... Doctor William Hanson

L.Q. Jones ... Colonel Lew Cardell

Richard Bull ... Doctor Shirmer
Gina Villines ... Mary Karabinos
Douglas Mossman ... Lt. Kealoha (as Doug Mossman)
Lawrence Templar ... Doctor Cutter (as Laurence Templar)
Seth Riggs ... Peter Miller, HPD
Alex Todd ... Reporter
Doug Barden ... Marine Lance Corporal Bert Rosen (as Douglas E. Barden)
Napua Stevens ... Nurse Rizzo
Jack McCoy ... Jack Francis
Robert H. Krewson ... Abe
Danny Kamekona ... Charley (as Daniel Kamekona)

Season 1, Episode 14: Up Tight

15 January 1969
Dan Williams is unable to prevent a young woman high on drugs (referred to as speed but which have the properties of LSD) from jumping off a cliff to her death. The incident puts Five-O on the trail of Professor David Stone, who was kicked out of "a Mainland university" for enticing students into using drugs. As McGarrett is building his case, the death woman's father confronts Stone and forces him to take a large dosage of the drug. Stone ends up on the same cliff and now McGarrett attempts to save his life.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono (credit only)
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Brenda Scott ... Donna
Ed Flanders ... Professor David Stone
John McLiam ... Ralph Hastings
Maggi Parker ... May (as Maggie Parker)

Susan O'Connell ... Eadie Hastings
James C. Bertino ... Dr. Fuller
Doreen Lang ... Sarah Hastings
Raymond Kauhane ... Dave Robbins
Gray Gleason ... Zero
Robert Ing ... Police Officer
Earl Thompson ... Izzy

Season 1, Episode 15: Face of the Dragon

22 January 1969
A dying man is discovered on a beach. A mysterious motorcycle rider takes the man's identification and speeds off. The man has bubonic plague. Five-O races to contain a potential plague outbreak and discover what the motorcycle rider is doing. McGarrett & Co. uncover a plot by a Chinese operative to steal a U.S. night-vision device under development at a U.S. military base in Hawaii.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
David Opatoshu ... Shen Yu-Lan

Nancy Kovack ... Dr. Alexandra Kemp (as Nancy Kovak)

Herb Jeffries ... Jardine

Jackie Coogan ... Horace Sibley
Victor Sen Yung ... Dr. Leo Kuh

Soon-Tek Oh ... Lewis Shen (as Soon Taik Oh)
Richard Denning ... Governor
George Awai ... Kim Jardine (as George 'Keoki' Awai)
Newell Tarrant ... Doc
Edward Sheehan ... Colonel Tyler (as Ed Sheehan)
Maggi Parker ... May
Yankee Chang ... Tour Bus Driver
Allen Tam ... Harvey Fong
Hai Luen Coraggio ... Amy Soo

Season 1, Episode 16: The Box

29 January 1969
In Oahu State Prison, cons led by Big Chicken want to bring Swanson to heel because he doesn't show enough respect for "the system." But Swanson manages to shoot one of his attackers with guns the cons had smuggled into the prison. Swanson gathers up prison guards as hostages to try to get out of the prison. Swanson says if he's not let out, he'll start killing the hostages. McGarrett offers himself up as a hostage to try to head off bloodshed.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Gerald S. O'Loughlin ... Carl Swanson

Gavin MacLeod ... Big Chicken
Robert Doyle ... Tommy (as Bob Doyle)

R.G. Armstrong ... Capt. Wade
Eddie Sherman ... Sherm
Wes Young ... Wes
Dave Donnelly ... Dave (as David Donnelly)
Bert Darr ... Bert
Al Harrington ... Toshi
Dan Leegant ... Frank (as Daniel Leegant)
Clarence Garcia ... Glen
Nephi Hannemann ... Gus
John Henry Russell ... Dr. Patchett
Kalani Kinimaka ... Jim
Wayne Want ... Sharpshooter
John Farias ... Ed
Ted Nobriga ... Prison Guard (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: One for the Money

5 February 1969
McGarrett receives a cryptic letter and a photo of a woman with an "x" drawn through it. The woman was stabbed repeatedly. Later, another is killed the same way and Five-O gets another letter. The victims both worked at the same company, Hawaiian Amalgamated Industries. The company is headed by the headstrong Martha, who employs two nephews, Arnold and Charlie. The killings are a ruse, intended to create the impression of a psychopath killer on the loose. In reality, the killer is Charlie and he kills Martha so he can inherit his share of her estate. He also stabs himself to make it appear he was a target of an attack. But Martha's will has Arnold take over running the company and a relatively modest trust for Charlie. The development spurs Charlie to try to kill Arnold and frame him for the killings.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Farley Granger ... Arnold

Jeanette Nolan ... Aunt Martha

Paul Collins ... Charlie
Bob Basso ... Lt. Pelak
Minda Guild ... Aimee Cross
Elithe Aguiar ... Nurse
Maggi Parker ... May
John Stalker ... Dr. Fuller
Corinne Opsahl ... Ruth Warden
Michael Leong ... Intern

Season 1, Episode 18: Along Came Joey

12 February 1969
Joey Kalama, son of police detective Phil Kalama, nearly goes down in a boxing match then comes back to win the fight. Later, he is beaten by two thugs and dies. McGarrett & Co. investigate the death while trying to rein in Phil, who is also probing the case. The heat is turned up on Five-O after Joey's manager falls to his death accidentally while Phil was trying to question him.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Peter Mark Richman ... Nick Morgan (as Mark Richman)
Jesse White ... Nat Keller

Frank DeKova ... Phil Kalama (as Frank de Kova)
Jean Hale ... Lois Walker
Morgan White ... Attorney General
Jerry Summers ... Joey Kalama
Hal Baylor ... Elroy
Wayne Want ... Sugar
Charles Lantkin ... Luther
Daniel Santiago ... Maxie
William Miller ... Ring Announcer
Bobby Lee ... Referee

Season 1, Episode 19: Once Upon a Time: Part I

19 February 1969
McGarrett's sister, whose infant son is dying of cancer, has fallen under the sway of a medical quack. Her husband is afraid to confront her. Instead, he summons McGarrett to their home in Los Angeles. McGarrett enlists the aid of U.S. Food and Drug Administration officials in prosecuting the quack. However, McGarrett's sister refuses to believe her big brother. When the child dies, the sister turns against McGarrett. As the trial begins, it is disrupted by followers of the quack.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Joanne Linville ... Dr. C.L. Fremont
Nancy Malone ... Mary Ann Whalen

David Sheiner ... Frank Zipser

John Carter ... Tom Whalen
Bartlett Robinson ... Albert Woodson
Bill Zuckert ... Judge H. Adamson
Maggi Parker ... May
Vince Howard ... Bailiff
Queenie Smith ... Little Old Lady

William Schallert ... Defense Counsel Herbert
Mickey Golden ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Once Upon a Time: Part II

26 February 1969
McGarrett, desperate to convict medical quack C.L. Fremont, seeks evidence where she can be prosecuted for a more serious charge. Facing extremely long odds, he convinces the family of a former Fremont patient to have the body exhumed. However, the casket wasn't airtight. McGarrett and Zipser, an attorney for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, instead manage to trip up Fremont in court. The maneuver causes McGarrett's sister to realize her brother had been right all along.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny (credit only)
Zulu ... Kono (credit only)
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho (credit only)

Joanne Linville ... Dr. C.L. Fremont
Nancy Malone ... Mary Ann Whalen

David Sheiner ... Frank Zipser

Beah Richards ... Mama Grant

John Carter ... Tom Whalen
Bartlett Robinson ... Albert Woodson
Bill Zuckert ... Judge H. Adamson
Davis Roberts ... Chester Grant
John Miner ... Dr. Jerome Pastor

Victoria Hale ... File Clerk
Lynn Wood ... Mrs. Kinney
Tony Di Milo ... Cemetary Man (as Tony di Milo)

William Schallert ... Defense Counsel Herbert
William Challee ... Murphy - Man in Bureau of Records (uncredited)
Mickey Golden ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Juror (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Not That Much Different

5 March 1969
The leader of a band of protesters is killed while confronting the general of a foreign nation. Authorities initially believe it was an assassination attempt on the general's life. Five-O, however, turns up leads that the lead protester was the intended victim of the killer. McGarrett & Co. probe the backgrounds of the other protesters. While the young people protested for peace, it turns out some of them did have motive.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Dennis Cooney ... Manning West
Stewart Moss ... Ned Horvath
Jadeen Vaughn ... Carole Matthews

Lee Paul ... Paul Brechtman
Ann Prentiss ... Lannie Devereaux (as Anne Prentiss)
Linda Ansai ... Jackie Ito
Sperry MacNaughton ... Julian Scott
Tim Tindall ... Hansen
Danny Kamekona ... Che Fong (credit only) (as Daniel Kamekona)
Chuck Couch ... George
Walter P. Young Sr. ... General (as Walter P. Young)

Season 1, Episode 22: Six Kilos

12 March 1969
Five-O intercepts a "box man," an expert safe cracker, at the Honolulu airport. The criminal is killed by a shot from Dan Williams, who fired just before the criminal would have shot Chin Ho. The man had $20,000 and instructions to check into a hotel on Hilo. McGarrett goes undercover, posing as the box man. The lawman finds himself involved in a conspiracy involving two other criminals, Swanson and Andre, as well as a woman. All claim to know nothing about "the Man" who is sending them instructions. Eventually, McGarrett discovers the target of the plot -- a yacht where a diplomat of another nation is staying which has six kilos of heroin in a very secure safe. (This episode apparently takes place before episode 1.16, "The Box," where Swanson appears as an inmate in Oahu State Prison.)

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Antoinette Bower ... Margi Carstairs
Gerald S. O'Loughlin ... Carl Swanson
Than Wyenn ... Andre
Richard Denning ... Governor
Ken Hiller ... Delivery Man
Eddie Dew ... John Warnash (as Edward L. Dew)
Robert Errecarte ... Frank Wayne
Joseph 'Kep' Kuhau ... Watch Officer
Milton Hibdon ... Brad Warren

Season 1, Episode 23: The Big Kahuna

19 March 1969
At the request of the Governor, McGarrett investigates recent odd behavior by Sam Kalakua. Sam, a friend of the Governor's and a distant relative of Kono's, is also among the last of descendants of Hawaiian kings. Sam says he saw the Hawaiian goddess of fire, Pele coming for him and fired a gun in defense. McGarrett ("I'm a man of this century") doesn't believe in Hawaiian gods but also thinks that Sam is not senile or imagining things. Sam's closest relative is his nephew George, who is married to Eleanor, who yearns for a jet set life. The couple are aligned with a real estate developer who has designs on Sam's estate and a film maker who's an expert in special effects. When she can't get Sam committed to a mental institution, Eleanor decides it's time to kill Sam.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Sally Kellerman ... Eleanor Kalakua
Robert Colbert ... George Kalakua

John Marley ... Sam Kalakua
Peter Leeds ... Barney Glazer
Richard Denning ... Governor
Jerry Cox ... Alastair Kemp
Robert Brilliande ... Judge
Robert Costa ... Doctor

Season 1, Episode 24: Cocoon: Part 1

4 June 1969
The series pilot, which originally aired as a two-hour TV movie, is re-edited as a two-part episode of the series. In the opening installment, a U.S. intelligent agent, a friend of McGarrett's, turns up dead on a Honolulu beach. McGarrett, knowing the man didn't swim, decides to investigate the death as a homicide. Five-O gets no cooperation from the Feds, making McGarrett suspicious. His probe eventually leads to a mysterious ship, which is in dock for repairs. Going undercover as a member of a repair crew, McGarrett discovers a futuristic-looking chamber.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Nancy Kwan ... Rosemary Quong

Leslie Nielsen ... Brent

Andrew Duggan ... Miller
Khigh Dhiegh ... Wo Fat
Tim O'Kelly ... Danny
Philip Ahn ... Attorney General
Mitzi Hoag ... May
Russell Thorson ... Captain at Harbor (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: Cocoon: Part 2

11 June 1969
McGarrett goes to the Governor with news of what he's uncovered in his investigation. The two agree the matter is too big for any state or local law-enforcement agency. The Governor contacts Jonathan Kaye, who oversees U.S. intelligence activity in the Pacific Rim. Kaye recruits McGarrett as part of a risky operation. The lawman will be programmed to impart false information under interrogation -- and U.S. intelligence will leak word that McGarrett knows the identity of "Control," the man who has direct supervision of U.S. agents in the region. McGarrett, as planned, is captured and subjected to Wo Fat's "cocoon." He also uncovers the traitor who has been helping Wo Fat.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: A Thousand Pardons - You're Dead!

24 September 1969
In a show with several similarities to the previous season opener, a series of swindlings are covers for serial murder. An Army sergeant who lost his brother in Vietnam because of the latter's infatuation with a bar girl, uses Honolulu bar girls as patsies to "marry" dead soldiers and collect on their $10,000 apiece insurance policies -- then murders them and keeps the money. The sergeant is absolutely coldblooded and utters the episode's title when his partner (who has been forging the marriage certificates and the insurance papers) has a heart attack and can't get to his nitro tablets. An unusually violent ending. From this point, all series closing credits are played over shots of men paddling an outrigger canoe through the ocean (replacing the first-season end title of a flashing police light on a car driving through Honolulu); the color and size of the credit cards is also altered.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Harry Guardino ... Sgt. Simms

BarBara Luna ... Yoko (as Barbara Luna)

Barbara Nichols ... Betsy

James Hong ... James Watanu
Clarence Garcia ... Lt. Fujita

Loretta Swit ... Anna
Lee Andersen ... Bank V.P.

Season 2, Episode 2: To Hell with Babe Ruth

1 October 1969
Nagata escapes from a mental institution, thinking it is December 1941. He had been part of a group called Black Dragons, a Japanese group that engaged in "fifth column" activities. Nagata upon escaping kills a guard, steals dynamite and constructs a time bomb. It turns out Nagata was supposed to blow up a fuel-storage facility at Pearl Harbor. McGarrett & Co. race to stop Nagata who also has his grown daughter, who he has mistaken for his wife, as a hostage.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Mark Lenard ... Yoshio Nagata
Will Kuluva ... Yuko Takuma
Virginia Wing ... Heather Nagata
Bruce Wilson ... Dr. Lukens
Tommy Fujiwara ... Jerry Minobe (as Tom Fujiwara)
Philip Bolton ... Capt. Barnes (as Philip Bolten)
Robert Brilliande ... Doc
Vince Eder ... Officer Naaleu (as Vincent E. Eder)
Patricia Tuscano ... Jenny
Beau Vanden Ecker ... Security Guard (as Beau Van den Ecker)
Yankee Chang ... Lab Technician (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Forty Feet High and It Kills!

8 October 1969
Wo Fat returns. His men break into a center and send out a false tsunami warning. This provides cover so other of his operatives can kidnap a scientist. However, it turns out the scientist is a diabetic who requires insulin shots. This complicates Wo Fat's plans to remove the scientist from Hawaii. Five-O races to prevent Wo Fat from succeeding.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Will Geer ... Professor Harold Lochner
Sabrina Scharf ... Victoria Lochner
Khigh Dhiegh ... Wo Fat
Bill Bigelow ... Padway (as William F. Bigelow II)
Wright Esser ... Crighton
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Winston Char ... First Chinese
Gary Ah Vah ... Second Chinese
Milton Mau ... Third Chinese
Bill Fong ... Fourth Chinese
Herman Wedemeyer ... Police Dispatcher (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Just Lucky, I Guess

15 October 1969
A businessman at a convention in Honolulu decides to indulge himself just a little bit more and plans a one-night stand with a prostitute. When he gets to her apartment, he hears a knock on the door and is told to hide on the terrace. The woman's new guest is a brutal mobster who throws her off the balcony to her death. The businessman has a Hobson's choice of reporting the crime and facing repercussions from his Kiwanish-like home town, not reporting it and having a guilty conscience, or what actually happens -- he doesn't report it, but the mobster's goons figure out there was a witness to the crime and go after him anyway. Will the businessman 'fess up to his indiscretion (pretty rank even now, think about what it was in 1969) or face getting blown away by a shotgun in a parking garage (which is just what happens at the two-thirds mark of the show; they miss but plan to try again)?

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Albert Paulsen ... Charley Bombay

John Randolph ... Marty Sloane
Anne Helm ... Joyce
Elaine Joyce ... Angela Carlson
Herb Vigran ... Willie
T.J. Castronovo ... 1st Hood (as Tom Castranova)
Billy Whitewolf ... 2nd Hood
Robert Costa ... Shoe Shine Man
Roy Uehara ... Waiter (as Roy Vehara)
Mitch Mitchell ... Lt. Croft
Sam Peters ... Doorman
Leimomi Makanani ... Operator
George Gunkle ... Bartender
Kukhie Kuhns ... Fanny (uncredited)
William Schwab ... Conventioneer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Savage Sunday

22 October 1969
A group of revolutionaries from a Latin American country have entered Hawaii illegally, raided an armory and stolen weapons and ammunition. Their leader is wounded and captured by McGarrett but his men manage to whisk him away from the hospital where he is being held. However, the leader, who has lost a lot of blood, will die without further medical attention. Five-O attempts to recapture the leader and stop the weapons from leaving Hawaii.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Henry Silva ... Elpidio Acuna

Tom Nardini ... Ramon
Julie Gregg ... Marla Acuna
Edward Colmans ... Manuel
Wright Esser ... Vallios
Gary Camara ... Jose
Daws Dawson ... Carlos
John Stalker ... Doctor
Frank Atienza ... Officer Cooper
Nick Bockwinkel ... Harry
Ed Fernandez ... Colonel Sasaki (as Edward Fernandez)
Beau Vanden Ecker ... Guard (as Beau Van den Ecker)

Season 2, Episode 6: A Bullet for McGarrett

29 October 1969
Five-O investigates a spy ring. One of the suspects is Dr. Paul Farrar. However, unknown to Five-O, Farrar's superior is Wo Fat. Farrar plans a death trap for McGarrett.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Marianne McAndrew ... Joyce Bennett

Eric Braeden ... Dr. Paul Farrar
Khigh Dhiegh ... Wo Fat
Sheila Larken ... Karen Adamson
Al Eben ... Dr. Abrahams
Danny Kamekona ... Che Fong (as Daniel Kamekona)
Edward Sheehan ... Doc (as Ed Sheehan)
Winston Char ... Richard Han (uncredited)
Beau Vanden Ecker ... Truck Driver (uncredited)
Sperry MacNaughton ... Robert (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Sweet Terror

5 November 1969
A federal agent is murdered on a plane bound for Hawaii. The investigation of this crime leads McGarrett and Five-O to uncover a terrorist plot by Dr. Erich Stoss to distribute a fungus that will wipe out the Hawaiian sugar cane crop, thereby destroying an industry and thereby forcing the U.S. and other countries to buy sugar from non-U.S. sources.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Theodore Bikel ... Prof. Erich Stoss
Linda Marsh ... Mariana de Nava
Philip Ahn ... Quon Li

Soon-Tek Oh ... Lao (as Soon Taik Oh)
Richard Denning ... Governor
Alex McAngus ... Esteban
Bill Bigelow ... Leonard Burleson (as William F. Bigelow II)
Bill Reddick ... Hendricks
Robert Brilliande ... Doc - Pathologist
Galen Kam ... Li
Emma Veary ... Nurse Mako
Dick Cook ... Frank Bridger
Fred Titcomb ... Officer
Margie MacLeay ... Stewardess
Victor Young ... Kim
C.K. Huang ... Chemist (as C.K. Huane)
Joe Brennan ... Gillard
Chuck Couch ... Cab Driver (uncredited)
Kenneth Ing ... Hospital Doctor (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: King Kamehameha Blues

12 November 1969
A group of college students devise a plan to break into Bishop Museum and steal King Kamehameha's cloak. A collection is started up and amnesty will be given if the cloak is returned. Meanwhile Five-o investigates and concludes that the college students stole the cloak. Kono tries to reason with one of the students, who is Hawaiian, and make him understand how wrong it was to steal the cloak. The others decide to keep the cloak rather than collect the reward. The Hawaiian student [Johnny) comes to Five-O headquarters and tells McGarrett that the others are planning to dump the cloak overboard from a boat. The Five-o team shows up at the pier as the boat is leaving, and the students raise the cloak on the boats mast.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Brandon De Wilde ... Arnold Potter (as Brandon de Wilde)
Jennifer Leak ... Diana Cole
Vince Eder ... Johnny Kalama (as Vincent Eder)

Randall Duk Kim ... Eddie (as Randall Kim)
Hal Lewis ... Announcer
Robert Dixon ... Thorpe
Barton McCollough ... Officer Kai
Danny Kamekona ... Technician (as Daniel Kamekona)
Donna Kei Benz ... Guide (as Donna Benz)
Willa-Jo Broussard ... Little Girl

Season 2, Episode 9: The Singapore File

19 November 1969
McGarrett receives a phone call from a woman in Singapore saying that she can witness against a local mobster. McGarret immediately flies to Singapore to retrieve her. The mobster in Hawaii knowing that the girl can finger him, has a contract put out on both McGarrett and the girl. Unable to get to the airport, they board a ship bound for the Philippines, where their lives are threatened again. As Chin Ho arrives in Manila, another hit man is waiting for them.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Marj Dusay ... Nicole Wylie
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Freda May Bird ... Mrs. Gladden
Raymond Tan ... Inspector Fong
Bunny Kahanamoku ... Kai
Dan Leegant ... Lee Ravasco (as Daniel Leegant)
Dick Brady ... Victor
Ronald Kent ... Mr. Higbee (uncredited)
Edward Sheehan ... Galloway (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: All the King's Horses

26 November 1969
A state investigation centers on Mike Finney, a former racketeer who hasn't violated the law since moving to Hawaii nine years earlier. But Charles Irwin, an ambitious counsel for a state legislative committee, sees the probe as a way to further his political ambitions. For Five-O, the case begins when there is an apparent attempt on Irwin's life. McGarrett, who knows Finney, is also a target of Irwin. Meanwhile, the "syndicate" on the mainland, nervous that Finney is being investigated, sends a hitman to Hawaii to kill Finney.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

James Gregory ... Mike Finney
Jason Evers ... Charles Irwin

Lyle Bettger ... Joe Fletcher

Keye Luke ... Senator John Oishi
Karen Ericson ... Judith Finney (as Karen Huston)
Richard Denning ... Governor
Charles Gilbert ... Rudy
Nick Benedict ... Hit Man (as Nicholas Benedict)
Jim Demarest ... Senator Colt
Morgan Shaan ... Vince Watson (as Morgan Sha'an)
Pitt Herbert ... Man at Finney's House (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Leopard on the Rock

3 December 1969
A emergency landing in Hawaii of an Asian dictator causes major problems for Five-O and McGarrett.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Joe De Santis ... Professor Akbar Savang
Paul Stevens ... Luang Koryo
Titos Vandis ... President Utomo Jhakal
Cynthia Hull ... Banu Savang
Bruce Wilson ... Malcolm Hood-Clovis
Bob Basso ... Earl Walters
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Ted Thorpe ... Alec McCloud
Daniel Ades ... Meilang
Tim Donnelly ... Mickey (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: The Devil and Mr. Frog

10 December 1969
Just as the ransom money has been delivered, the kidnap victim escapes; one of his two kidnappers falls to his death trying to chase him. The surviving kidnapper concocts another scheme: he holds the ransom money (which is hot) hostage and tries to coax the kidnapped boy's greedy father into laundering it for him. The kidnapper, an accomplished scuba diver (the source of the episode's title) plans to swim underwater to and from the dropoff point. Five-O identifies the kidnapper and tails him, at one point donning frog masks in an attempt to rub his nose in his activities, but the kidnapper relies on the father to shake any tails and deliver the money to him at 25 cents on the dollar, the standard rate for laundered money. It sounds like a great bargain for the father and he holds up his end of the deal -- but that's not the end of it.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Frank Marth ... Gibbons

James Hong ... Tot Kee
Bill Zuckert ... Gainham (as William Zuckert)
Melody Patterson ... Missy
Arthur Hee ... Farmer
Geoffrey Thorpe ... Scotty
Mark LeBuse ... Radar (as Mark Le Buse)
Galen Kam ... Garoyan
Chuck Couch ... Pete Colley (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: The Joker's Wild, Man, Wild!

17 December 1969
Jo Louise, a rich and spoiled heiress, is recklessly pitting two suitors, Craig and Billy, against each other. She's devised a game where each boyfriend draws a card and gets points for various stunts. This game has resulted in, among other things, an Army Jeep being burned and a boat sunk. Billy takes the lead by kidnapping a homeless person. Craig then demands the Joker -- 500 points for a kill. He intends to murder the homeless man. Five-O aims to put an end to the game before things reach a tragic end.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Beverlee McKinsey ... Jo Louise Mailer
Kaz Garas ... Craig Howard
Eddie Firestone ... Stumbles
Lani Kai ... Billy
Philip Bolton ... Harlan Davis
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Jimmy Smith ... Royce Ellington Mailer
Yankee Chang ... Tour guide (uncredited) (archive footage)

Season 2, Episode 14: Which Way Did They Go?

24 December 1969
Ossie Connors, a brilliant and ruthless bank robber, devises a complicated scheme to get revenge on McGarrett, who put the criminal away 10 years earlier in what the lawman describes as "my first big arrest." Connors bribes a Five-O snitch to mislead Dan Williams, then has the snitch killed. Before the tale ends, three more people will lose their lives. McGarrett, relying on cop's instinct, resists what appears to be an easy end to the case.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

William Windom ... Ossie Connors
Phillip Pine ... Toshi Nomuru (as Phillip E. Pine)

Jackie Coogan ... Jerry Howe
Donald Mundell ... Sanders (as Don Mundell)
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Darrah Lau ... Mrs. Nomuru
Harry Endo ... Kaspar
Robert Brilliande ... Doc
Bill Howe ... Blake
Robert Harker ... Joe Walker
Gayle Higa ... Miss Murato
Jeff Burnside ... Ce Ce Hastings
Derek Mau ... Mouse Hakaya (as Derek Mau Jr.)
Robert Gleason ... Doctor (as Bob Gleason)
Henry S.C. Young ... Lee Atsukema

Season 2, Episode 15: Blind Tiger

31 December 1969
McGarrett survives a bombing of his car but is blinded. His sight may or may not return. He begins rehabilitation under the no-nonsense supervision of Nurse Lavallo. Five-O's investigation fails to turn up a suspect among known criminals. Meanwhile, McGarrett's attacker is determined the kill the lawman in the hospital where he is undergoing rehabilitation.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Marion Ross ... Edith Lavallo
Richard Denning ... Governor
Robert Edwards ... Masterson
Robert Gleason ... Dr. Rackman (as Bob Gleason)
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Suzanne Carney ... Nurse Feinberg (as Suzan Carney)
Remi Abellira ... Poto
Bunny Kahanamoku ... Sam Lee
Tommy Fujiwara ... Emergency Room Doctor (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Bored, She Hung Herself

7 January 1970
The "lost" episode of Five-O, it has never been made available in syndication. A woman is found hanged to death. The suspect is a young man who uses a yoga technique where someone hangs themselves (but survives). All is not what it appears.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

William Smithers ... Dr. Warren Parker
Don Quine ... Don Miles
Eugene McDunnah ... Charles Weatherly
Pamela Murphy ... Wanda Parker
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Patricia Herman ... Paula Weatherly
Herman Wedemeyer ... Lt. Grayson
Ted Thorpe ... Doc
Joel Berliner ... Hank Weatherly
Harry Endo ... Che Fong

Season 2, Episode 17: Run, Johnny, Run

14 January 1970
McGarrett hunts for a local boy whose life he turned around but who got into trouble again after he joined the Navy.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Christopher Walken ... Walt Kramer
Jack Ging ... Carl Anderson
Nephi Hannemann ... John Mala

Marcy Lafferty ... Sue Waters (as Marcy Brown)
Myrtle Hilo ... Napua Mala
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Remi Abellira ... Thomas Mala
Ted Thorpe ... Doc
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Beau Vanden Ecker ... Fred Waters (as Beau Van den Ecker)
Al Michaels ... Dave Bronstein

Season 2, Episode 18: Killer Bee

21 January 1970
Ted Frazer, a Vietnam veteran, thinks he is cracking from mental strain. In reality, he is being tormented by fellow vet George Loomis. George makes Ted think he is kidnapping children (who George has really abducted). Ted's mother also wants nothing to do with him, increasing his emotional strain. McGarrett & Co. determine there's something wrong with George's story; he has told Five-O he was in Vietnam at about the same time as Ted when, in fact, they served in the same unit. Five-O must determine the motives behind George's lies. The answer lies in an incident that took place in Vietnam.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

David Arkin ... George Loomis

Jeff Pomerantz ... Ted Frazer
Doreen Lang ... Emilia Watson
Chapman Lam ... Dr. Wong
Douglas Mossman ... Daniels (as Doug Mossman)
Harold Best ... David Emory
Peggy Anne Siegmund ... Enid Emory
Joseph V. Stewart ... Wade Emory

Season 2, Episode 19: The One with the Gun

28 January 1970
A honeymooner is murdered during a rigged game of poker and his brother arrives in Hawaii for revenge.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

John Colicos ... Lorenzo Corman
Julie Gregg ... Maggie Corman

Jack Soo ... Sam Quong
Arthur Franz ... Del Enright
Tommy Fujiwara ... Shogi (as Tom Fujiwara)
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Josie Over ... Lilo
Mitch Mitchell ... George Byas
Steve Logan ... Peter Corman
Bruce Wilson ... Larry
Kwan Hi Lim ... Suspect Being Interrogated (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Cry, Lie

4 February 1970
Five-O's Chin Ho Kelly is framed as part of a plot to discredit the state police unit. McGarrett & Co., however, turn the tables on the man responsible for the plot.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Martin Sheen ... Eddie Calhao
George Petrie ... Austin Summers
Richard Denning ... Governor
Larry Ronson ... Brohme
Evelyn Carlson ... Mrs. Kelly
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Geoff Heise ... Ray (as Geoffrey Heise)
Jerry Cox ... Vern
Derek Mau ... Amuru
Leighton Lee ... Tim Kelly
Edward Sheehan ... Dave Garland (as Ed Sheehan)
Glenn Cannon ... Stone
Douglas Mossman ... H.P.D. Sgt. (as Doug Mossman)
Clarence Garcia ... Craig

Season 2, Episode 21: Most Likely to Murder

11 February 1970
Honolulu policeman Lew Morgan appears to be cracking after his wife is killed. Morgan also is an old friend of Five-O's Dan Williams, who takes a personal interest in the case. It turns out that Morgan's wife, Marjorie, had affairs with other men. The lead suspect is Gary Oliver, a criminal who was Mrs. Morgan's latest lover. Morgan kills Oliver, an apparent case of a grief-stricken husband taking vengeance. But Five-O's probe shows the case is more complicated.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Tom Skerritt ... Lew Morgan

Sam Melville ... Gary Oliver
Jennifer Billingsley ... Annette Barnes
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Lani Kai ... Lonnie Kahekili (as Lanikai)
Linda Ryan ... Gloria Warren
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Jane Adrian ... Mrs. Karen Hadwell
Bill Baist ... Sgt. Nakamuro
Brendan Furtado ... Priest (as Father Brendan Furtado)
Alice Lemon ... Mrs. Shivley
Elithe Aguiar ... Elise
Arthur Hee ... Mrs. Hadwell's Servant (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: Nightmare Road

18 February 1970
Dr. Royce, a scientist with an expertise that can be used in the underwater detection of ships, is lured by enemy agents and his girlfriend to defect to a foreign power. McGarrett is both helped and hindered by a federal agent named Merrill Carson in trying to prevent Royce from leaving the island with the enemy agents, even as Dr. Royce gradually realizes that he is more a prisoner than a willing defector.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Charles Aidman ... Dr. Royce
Pilar Seurat ... Theresa Dietrich
Fred Beir ... Merrill Carson

Ronald Long ... Kreuter
Bill Bigelow ... Dr. Logan (as William F. Bigelow II)
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Gregg Kim ... Lo Quan
George Groves ... Won See
Danny Kamekona ... Thug (uncredited)
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: Three Dead Cows at Makapuu: Part I

25 February 1970
Alexander Kline, a brilliant scientist who had worked for the U.S. government, creates the Q strain, a bacteria that can wipe out vast numbers of people in a short time. He quit his U.S. position. To protest research into biological weapons, he will use the Q strain to wipe out Hawaii's population. Five-O catches up to Kline but the scientist has already left a vial with the killer bacteria in a place where it will spread.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Ed Flanders ... Dr. Alexander Kline

Loretta Swit ... Wanda Russell

Joseph Sirola ... Jonathan Kaye

Karl Swenson ... Abel Morgan

Dana Elcar ... Dr. Benjamin
Richard Denning ... Governor

H.M. Wynant ... Col. Sindell
Lynne Ellen Hollinger ... Shirley Harris (as Lynn Ellen Hollinger)
Ted Thorpe ... Doc
Yankee Chang ... Arthur Soong
Bernard Ching ... H.P.D. Officer

Season 2, Episode 24: Three Dead Cows at Makapuu: Part II

4 March 1970
Alexander Kline, even under intense questioning, refuses to reveal the location of the vial containing the Q strain. McGarrett gambles that by letting him go, Kline can be convinced to change his mind. Kline has fallen in love with a woman, who convinces him to not follow through with his plan. But, even as he relents, the vial with the killer bacteria is not at the dock where he placed it.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Ed Flanders ... Dr. Alexander Kline

Loretta Swit ... Wanda Russell

Joseph Sirola ... Jonathan Kaye

Karl Swenson ... Abel Morgan

Dana Elcar ... Dr. Benjamin
Richard Denning ... Governor

H.M. Wynant ... Col. Sindell
Ken Drake ... Malden
Lynne Ellen Hollinger ... Shirley Harris (as Lynn Ellen Hollinger)
Ted Thorpe ... Doc
Bernard Ching ... H.P.D. Officer

Season 2, Episode 25: Kiss the Queen Goodbye

11 March 1970
A jeweler in New York City is murdered after making a paste copy of the "Queen of Polynesia", a valuable and historic emerald about to be donated to the State of Hawaii. The 5-0 squad suspects that a switch might be planned at the unveiling ceremony. Jewel thief Janet Kingston, under the pseudonym Camilla Carver, and her sidekick Michael develop a scheme to get into the unveiling when Michael observes one of the invited guests, former Broadway star Thurman Elliott, stealing a diamond bracelet at a society party. Carver and Michael blackmail Elliott into taking her to the unveiling, set at the lovely Makaha Inn. When the "Queen of Polynesia" is brought out, Carver drops the Hawaiian girl wearing it with a poisoned rose, switches it for a paste copy, and then slips the real gem to Michael, posing as a waiter. McGarrett and the 5-0 team are immediately onto the scheme and seal the hotel. They interrogate Carver, and she tries to use Elliott's cute granddaughter Amanda to slip the emerald outside to Michael, now disguised as a cop. But Amanda struggles with him, attracting McGarrett's attention. McGarrett bring to fleeing Michael's car to a halt with a helicopter and the heist is foiled.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Joanne Linville ... Camilla Carver

George Gaynes ... Thurman Elliott
Christopher Cary ... Michael Olson
Richard Denning ... Governor
Druanne Setlow ... Amanda
Kanoe Cazimero ... Hawaiian Girl
Hal Lewis ... Lt. Carlo
Hans Collin ... Dietrich
George Herman ... Pawnshop Owner
Howard Gottschalk ... Jim Bradley
Norman Reyes ... Yung Sey (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: And a Time to Die...

16 September 1970
Wo Fat brings in an assassin to kill a man who made a tour of Communist China and got a good look at its nuclear facilities. The spy freaks out and runs just before the sniper pulls the trigger, and it takes three shots to bring him down. When the man is still alive with a bullet next to his brain, Wo Fat and his goons contact the top neurosurgeon in Hawaii with a request to make sure the spy dies on the operating table. To ensure his "cooperation," the goons kidnap the doctor's daughter and hold her on a boat. McGarrett and a Federal agent embark on an elaborate case of counter-espionage to trick Wo Fat into going back to Peking/Beijing and getting the Party bosses to tear down their nuclear reactors -- and to find the girl, her kidnappers and the mole who tipped off Wo Fat in the first place.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Gerald S. O'Loughlin ... Sam Kavanaugh

Donald Moffat ... Dr. David Forbes
Khigh Dhiegh ... Wo Fat
Norman Dupont ... Glen Ralston (as Norman Du Pont)
Sherry Plep ... Ellen Forbes
Linda Ryan ... Janet Forbes
Chuck Couch ... Kyle Shepard
Nick Nickolas ... Oren Bates (as Nick Nicholas)
Michael Leong ... Sanders
Danny Kamekona ... Chung (as Daniel Kamekona)
Baird Miller ... Tyler

Season 3, Episode 2: Trouble in Mind

23 September 1970
A deadly strain of heroin hits the island.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Nancy Wilson ... Eadie Jordan
Milton Selzer ... Ron

Harry Guardino ... Mike Martin
Robert Gibbons ... Rags
David Burton ... Harry Partch (as Dave Burton)
Remi Abellira ... Boy
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Morton Stevens ... Hank
Hal Lewis ... Kiley

Season 3, Episode 3: The Second Shot

30 September 1970
A German journalist, in Honolulu to interview an exile from the Greek military junta's rule, is shot down as he exits the airplane. The journalist survives, but barely, as the bullet came within an eighth of an inch of his heart. The exile, a doctor, takes an interest in the case and secretly moves the journalist into his fortress-like mansion to take care of him himself. But McGarrett becomes suspicious as various details to the shooting don't add up, and comes to think the shooting was a setup for a very different assassination attempt.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

John Marley ... Dr. Gregorios Lemira

Eric Braeden ... Klaus Marburg
Richard Denning ... Governor

Charlene Polite ... Anna
Walter Brooke ... Samuel Hammock
Nicholas Georgiade ... Andreas (as Nick Georgiade)
Antonios Karidimas ... Paulos
Ronald Kent ... Dark Man
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Wright Esser ... Greek Doctor
Henry Woltag ... Greek Colonel
John Henry Russell ... Airport Official
Camille Yamamoto ... Nurse
Harry Chang ... Dr. Chen

Season 3, Episode 4: Time and Memories

7 October 1970
McGarrett is awakened at 3:00 A.M. by a phone call from a past girlfriend, who hangs up before he is fully awake. The girlfriend then goes back to her husband's beach house and finds him dead from multiple blows to the head. Pieces of evidence around the crime scene implicate the woman, and eventually McGarrett is forced to arrest her (amid numerous flashbacks to their romance when McGarrett was a Navy lieutenant -- there are scenes filmed at the U.S.S. Arizona memorial where the woman's brother drowned on December 7, 1941). But not only does McGarrett have to fight his own emotional involvement, he has to check out at least three other possible suspects in the killing: the husband's law partner, his daughter from a previous marriage and the daughter's hot-shot attorney fiancé' who knows a great deal about crime scenes.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Diana Muldaur ... Cathy Wallis

Martin Sheen ... Arthur Dixon

Edward Andrews ... Roswell Borden

Katherine Cannon ... Joan Wallis (as Kathy Cannon)
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Kathleen O'Rourke ... Stewardess
Jose Mordeno ... Houseboy
Helen Vincent ... Louise's Mother
Willa-Jo Broussard ... Louise

Season 3, Episode 5: The Guarnerius Caper

14 October 1970
A Russian musician is planning a concert using a priceless violin. After it is locked in the trunk of their car, three derelicts steal the car and strip it. Forcing the trunk open, they see the violin and decide to sell it to a violin teacher. Against McGarrett's wishes, the Russian diplomats offer a $10,000 reward for the return of the violin. The punks steal the violin back and kill the teacher. They decide to ask $30,000 for the return of the violin, which the Russian quickly agree to. When the money is delivered, the men decide to kill the Russian violinist, just as McGarret and his men show up.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Albert Paulsen ... Josef Sarpa
Anthony James ... Hutch
Kenneth O'Brien ... Deke
Ed Flanders ... Dmitri Rostov
Richard Denning ... Governor
Gary Ah Vah ... Tojo (as Ah Vah)
Wright Esser ... Mazzini
Larry Ronson ... Gifford
Susan Stewart ... Luanna
Jim Demarest ... Babbitt
Lippy Espinda ... Taxi Driver (as David 'Lippy' Espinda)

Season 3, Episode 6: The Ransom

21 October 1970
The young son of a rich man is kidnapped. Five-O and HPD observe the scene where the kidnappers are to pick up the money. Five-O's Kono corners the kidnappers but ends up being captured. He sets the boy free but is beaten by the kidnappers, who now are demanding ransom for release of the Five-O member.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Andrew Duggan ... Obie O'Brien
Lloyd Gough ... Nelson Blake
Ron Hayes ... Roy

Peter Bonerz ... Earl
Geoffrey Thorpe ... Timmy
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Winston Char ... Harris
Leonelle Anderson ... Ticket Girl
William C. Mount ... Cornfeld (as William Mount)
Douglas Mossman ... Officer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Force of Waves

28 October 1970
McGarrett narrowly survives an explosion on a boat that claims the life of a prominent businessman who recently married a second "trophy wife." Five-O's investigation initially probes the motives of the young widow and a lawyer on the rich man's payroll.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

John Vernon ... Cal Anderson

Dewey Martin ... Richard Fairbirne
Linda Marsh ... Maria Sloan
James Daris ... Neal Porter
Diane Morrissey ... Alicia Anderson
Grace Albertson ... Dr. Landis
Thomas Norton ... Clark Sloan
Ann McCormack ... Grace Sloan
William Keoho ... Officer Onoe
Carole Kai ... Nurse

Season 3, Episode 8: The Reunion

4 November 1970
"Respectable" Japanese-American businessmen and the former POWs in camps who recognize their tormentors. In this case, three men reunite at the Ilkai Hotel in Honolulu 25 years after they were liberated from a Philippine prison camp. One of the three is relatively healthy, but another drags himself on crutches with a hopelessly mangled leg and another floats through life with a permanent brain injury. The man on crutches spots a businessman, calls him by a very different name and wallops him over the head with the crutches. The name the man utters is that of the prison-camp commandant, who selectively tortured the three men into losing what they wanted the most. It's not long before things begin to escalate. First, the Japanese businessman is trapped in his car with a time bomb ticking down in the engine. Five-O is on the scene and gets him out in the nick of time, and later figures out the bomb plant was a plot to terrorize him. But then s sharpshooter blazes away at the businessman and the third prisoner, who is tormented by being unable to save the other two. The third prisoner finds eternal peace, but the second prisoner is imprisoned because the rifle is in his room and he doesn't have the mind to explain it. So who is guilty of all the crimes?

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Simon Oakland ... Frank Epstein
Barry Atwater ... Michael Holt
Joe Maross ... Mitch Bradley
Teru Shimada ... Shigato
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Daws Dawson ... Llacuna

Season 3, Episode 9: The Late John Louisiana

11 November 1970
A man arrives on a plane in Maui, and is reunited with his girlfriend. When they get home, another man is seen approaching their home in a suspicious manner. A shootout occurs, leaving the suspicious man dead. The two lovers go on the run. They are pursued by a mobster who had killed a man in the presence of the woman.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Don Stroud ... Nick Pierson
Marianne McAndrew ... Julie Grant
Alfred Ryder ... Harry Quon
Al Harrington ... Charlie
Hilo Hattie ... Mrs. Pruitt
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
John Alexis Howard ... Apt. Manager
John LaBrecque ... Tigner
Walter P. Young Sr. ... John Louisiana
Kwan Hi Lim ... Coroner
Herb Rogers ... Harmon

Season 3, Episode 10: The Last Eden

18 November 1970
An ex-military demolitions man is drugged and framed for the explosion and total destruction of a sewage treatment plant. Five-O pieces together clues to expose the business man who is actually behind the crime.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Ray Danton ... Jimmy
Paul Stevens ... Colfax
Tommy Fujiwara ... Eddie (as Tom Fujiwara)
Bruce Wilson ... Lyons
Terry Plunkett ... Bartender
Daniel Kaleikini Jr. ... Joey (as Dan Jacques Kaleikini)
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Richard Morrison ... Prof. Hale
Robert Harker ... Sgt. Dobbs
Robert M. Luck ... Zane (as Robert Luck)
Steve Merrick ... Sutton
Mitch Mitchell ... Phelps (as Mitch Mitchel)
Wallace W. Landford ... Briggs (as Wallace Landford)

Season 3, Episode 11: Over Fifty? Steal

25 November 1970
Lewis Avery Filer had been an insurance investigator forced to retire when his company was taken over by a conglomerate. The wily Filer is now pulling daring robberies at businesses either owned or insured by the conglomerate. He utilizes a variety of tactics, including disguises. Filer also is gaining publicity as he outwits the police.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Hume Cronyn ... Lewis Avery Filer
Richard Denning ... Governor
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Galen Kam ... Mr. Kam
Donna Kei Benz ... Margie (as Donna Benz Goodley)
John Hunt ... Wally Emerson
Robin Claire Mann ... Mrs. Carey
Les Keiter ... Perstin Franklin
Emmett Rose ... Emmett
Bob Jones ... Driggs

Season 3, Episode 12: Beautiful Screamer

2 December 1970
Two women are strangled and portions of a poem are written, in lipstick, on their legs. The second is the girlfriend of Dan Williams. He is on edge, wanting to work on the case "or else it's going to work on me." Danno, however, beats up a person who knew his girlfriend before Kono and Chin Ho can stop him. It turns out the real killer is Walter Gregson, who really wants to kill his wife (a friend of the two dead women) and make it appear all the deaths were committed by a psychopath.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Lloyd Bochner ... Walter Gregson
Laraine Stephens ... Sally Gregson

Anne Archer ... Jane Michaels
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Jack McCoy ... Alan Ryland

Michael Medeiros ... Pete King
Richard Gossett ... Brewster
Emma Veary ... Miss Costello
Valerie Holmes ... Linda
Adrian McKibbin ... Mark Davis
Jim Lathrop ... Tennis Pro
Bernard Ching ... Roberts
Tommy Fujiwara ... Sgt. Fujiwara (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: The Payoff

9 December 1970
McGarrett receives a call from a Skid Row bum who says he has vital evidence in a mainland case. When McGarrett and Danno arrive at the man's fleabag apartment, he's disappeared, with a trail of blood indicating he was robbed and shot but managed to escape. In his mattress, the investigators find some silver certificates which they recognize were used as ransom money in a mainland kidnapping eight years ago where the victim was murdered and the kidnappers escaped. In the interval, silver certificates were removed from circulation and are therefore now "hot money." Five-O figures out that the man who called them was the bagman for the killers and took off with the loot, and they've finally tracked him down. When a woman spends two $20 certificates at a dry-cleaning establishment, Five-O realizes she's one of the killers, but can't find her yet. They do find the dying man, though, and he tells Five-O that a husband-and-wife duo shot him and took off with most of the certificates -- and that the duo's mainland accomplices, whom they also stiffed, are in Hawaii looking for them as well.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Albert Salmi ... Vince Ryan

Joyce Van Patten ... Lila Daniels
Madlyn Rhue ... Madge
Warren Vanders ... Jase Gorman
Robert Edwards ... Bemis
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Alan Naluai ... Oliver
Dick Brady ... Lew (as Richard Brady)
William Cataldo ... Desk Clerk

Paul Carr ... Toomey Walsh

Season 3, Episode 14: The Double Wall

16 December 1970
A prison lifer working in the infirmary as an orderly gets the shock of his life when a dying fellow inmate confesses that he himself committed the murder that the orderly, a businessman on the outside, was convicted of three years earlier. Nobody else heard the confession, and there is no evidence tying the now-dead hit man to the murder. The orderly freaks out and grabs a guard's riot shotgun, tapes it to the throat of the prison doctor and sends out the word -- reopen his case and find the person who ordered the hit, or get the doctor's head on a plate. Skeptical at first, McGarrett soon finds evidence that contradicts statements made at the businessman's trial and renders his "motive" for the murder meaningless. He still doesn't know who could have ordered the hit, though. A professional colleague of suspect, victim and the suspect's lawyer is found to have perjured at the trial -- coached by the lawyer, who DID order the hit. The lawyer's two hired thugs waste the colleague in traffic as he goes to talk to McGarrett, then go after the colleague's wife. The scene switches back to the infirmary, where the doctor persuades the increasingly sleepy convict to cut the tape holding the shotgun, in case it goes off accidentally. The doctor, though, believes the convict's story and refuses to alert guards that he's cut the other half of the tape while the convict was sleeping and now has the shotgun in his own hands. McGarrett, still lacking a firm case, tries to find the business partner's wife -- the last possible witness -- before the lawyer and his thugs do.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

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 ... Banyan

R.G. Armstrong ... Warden
Arthur Hee ... Man Fook-Low
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Al Harrington ... 1st Guard
Bob Sevey ... T.V. Reporter
Morgan Shaan ... Ritchie (as Morgan Sha'an)
Terry Plunkett ... Officer Spivack
Bob Jones ... Beldock
Bill Bigelow ... Rycourt (as William Bigelow II)
Frank Kamaunu ... 2nd Guard

Season 3, Episode 15: Paniolo

30 December 1970
A Maui cowboy (the episode title means "cowboy" in Hawaiian) kills a real-estate developer who's trying to take over the ranch where the cowboy has worked. The cowboy tries to escape into the island's rugged highlands while McGarrett pursues, trying to get him to surrender.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Frank Silvera ... Frank Kuakua

Royal Dano ... Hody Linquist

Marilyn Chris ... Dorothy Owens
Robert M. Luck ... Harry Pawai
Bill Bigelow ... Lester Cronin (as William Bigelow II)
George Awai ... Bud Owens (as George 'Keoki' Awai)
Beau Vanden Ecker ... Charlie (as Beau Van Den Ecker)
Albert Harris ... Dr. Woodrow
Michael Morgan ... Ben Kubota
Gary Danley ... Posse Member

Season 3, Episode 16: Ten Thousand Diamonds and a Heart

6 January 1971
A notorious thief is sprung from prison by a criminal gang who wants him to teach them how to rob a diamond exchange and escape undetected. The thief obliges, but McGarrett and Danno are puzzled when the thief -- who ought to be hiding as deep as possible -- is spotted at a drugstore and at a marina.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Tim O'Connor ... Sheldon Orwell

Paul Stewart ... Willard Lennox
Logan Ramsey ... Edmund Putney
Norman Dupont ... Potter (as Norman Du Pont)
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
John McCormick ... Harding
Bruce Stillians ... Meade
Mark Sebastian ... Ogden
Ward Bensen ... Murray
Wayne Oxford ... Tripp
William Monteilh ... Burke
Leonard Jenkins ... Lobby Guard
Michael Morgan ... Exchange Room Guard
Edward Bush ... H.P.D. Officer

Season 3, Episode 17: To Kill or Be Killed

13 January 1971
A war hero back from Vietnam dies under mysterious circumstances. Was it a murder or a suicide? For McGarrett, finding the truth is no easy matter, as neither the victim's family nor the U.S. Army are willing to cooperate.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

John Anderson ... Brig. General Earl Rigney

Michael Anderson Jr. ... Michael Rigney

Peter Jason ... Jack Rigney
Joy Bang ... Gail Howard
Dorothy Green ... Nancy Rigney
Philip Grayson ... Lt. Bennett
Al Eben ... Max Heller
Thomas McWilliams ... Croyden
Donald Weller ... Rafe Bellamy
Glenn Cannon ... Col. Franklin
Robert Dixon ... Jonathan Kaye
Brooks Almy ... Anne James
Dave Donnelly ... Matthews
Freda May Bird ... Mrs. Jessup

Season 3, Episode 18: F.O.B. Honolulu: Part I

27 January 1971
The Chinese (led by Wo Fat), the Soviets (led by Mischa Toptegan) and assorted criminals are all after perfect counterfeit plates. The plates were originally developed by the Chinese, who want to use them to flood international markets with phony U.S. currency and destroy the American economy. Jonathan Kaye enlists Five-O's help to track down the plates and a Navy intelligence officer, and a friend of McGarrett's, also is part of the probe. However, the Navy man is secretly working with Nicole Fleming, one of the criminals after the plates.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

John McMartin ... Ron Nicholson
Sabrina Scharf ... Nicole Fleming

Roger C. Carmel ... Misha the Bear
Khigh Dhiegh ... Wo Fat

Joseph Sirola ... Jonathan Kay
Monte Landis ... Tony Madrid (as Monty Landis)
Howard Gottschalk ... Carter
Richard Denning ... Governor
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Richard Gossett ... Col. Pierce
Tim Tindall ... Cpl. Kurtz
Edward Sheehan ... Customs Inspector (as Ed Sheehan)
Ed Fernandez ... Capt. DeJongh (as Edward Fernandez)
Melvin Kwon ... Lee Foy
Peggy Oumansky ... Mrs. Spencer
Robert Costa ... Doc

Season 3, Episode 19: F.O.B. Honolulu: Part II

3 February 1971
U.S. Commander Nicholson now has the perfect counterfeit plates. His price: $2 million and amnesty for all crimes (including the murder of the man he got the plates from). His girlfriend, Nicole Fleming, is playing the Chinese and Soviets off each other before striking a $3 million deal for herself with Wo Fat. McGarrett and Five-O are running out of time to recover the plates.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

John McMartin ... Ron Nicholson
Sabrina Scharf ... Nicole Fleming

Roger C. Carmel ... Misha the Bear
Khigh Dhiegh ... Wo Fat

Joseph Sirola ... Jonathan Kay
Monte Landis ... Tony Madrid (as Monty Landis)
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Richard Denning ... Governor
Robert Costa ... Doc
Melvin Kwon ... Lee Foy
Peggy Oumansky ... Mrs. Spencer

Season 3, Episode 20: The Gunrunner

10 February 1971
A group of masked men break into the home of an international arms dealer and kidnap his wife. McGarrett soon realizes the case is far more than a simple kidnapping - he's now involved with agents of a foreign civil war.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Paul Burke ... Ben Cunningham

Marian McCargo ... Claire Cunningham

George Murdock ... Hank Merrill
Arthur Batanides ... Consul
Phillip Pine ... Bajano (as Phillip E. Pine)
Daws Dawson ... Kanjil
Danny Kamekona ... General (as Daniel Kamekona)
Robert Costa ... Doc
Clayton Naluai ... 1st Kidnapper (as Clayton Nalvai)
Al Waterson ... Aide (as Albert Waterson)
Kwan Hi Lim ... Clerk
Beau Vanden Ecker ... 1st Separatist (as Beau Van Den Ecker)

Season 3, Episode 21: Dear Enemy

17 February 1971
A man, who had been a witness in a murder trial, dies mysteriously down at the waterfront. McGarrett thinks he was murdered and that his death was tied to the murder conviction of a formerly prominent politician.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Vera Miles ... Flora Whiting

Gary Collins ... Henry Lockman
John Lupton ... Fred Whiting
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Robert Gleason ... Dr. Wurderman (as Bob Gleason)
Gary Ah Vah ... Bill Makoto (as Ah Vah)
William O'Donnell ... Sen. Amos Bolin
Lippy Espinda ... Harry (as David 'Lippy' Espinda)
Sue McCollum Gereben ... Woman (as Sue McCollum)

Dub Taylor ... Ray Tobias

Season 3, Episode 22: The Bomber and Mrs. Moroney

24 February 1971
A young man in Oahu State Prison has been a model prisoner and is let out on parole. A few days later, he appears in Five-O headquarters at the Iolani Palace, taking prisoners and demanding that Dan Williams be brought to him. All of this is transpiring while McGarrett is on the Mainland. Danno has no idea why the man wants him dead. It is not until Williams enters the trap that he discovers the man is the brother of a man the lawman killed in season one's "...And They Painted Daisies on His Coffin."

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Mark Jenkins ... Collins

Hope Summers ... Minnie Leona
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Douglas Mossman ... Mossman (as Doug Mossman)
Earl Thompson ... Sgt. Emmerson
Verne Hoke ... Officer Kyle (as Vernie Hoke)
Roland Naauao ... Officer Olena
Clarence Garcia ... Corry
Harold J.K. Iseke ... Roark (as Harold Iseke)
Bea Barrett-Davis ... Mrs. Collins
Terrilee Kekoolani ... Diane
Doug Kaya ... Bell
Barton McCollough ... Officer #1
Arte McCollough ... Officer #2

Season 3, Episode 23: The Grandstand Play: Part I

3 March 1971
Gary Phillips, the mentally challenged son of baseball star Lon Phillips, encounters a woman while on his way to the concession stand during a ball game. She turns up dead shortly there after. Was he responsible? Or does he know who was?

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Pernell Roberts ... Lon Phillips
Don Chastain ... Lou Horton
Barry Atwater ... Lester Workman

Elliott Street ... Gary Phillips
Richard Denning ... Governor
Jock Mahoney ... Coley Bennett
Josie Over ... Horton's Girl
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Laola Ohai ... Tour Guide
Electra Gailas ... Emily Workman
Seth Sakai ... Coroner (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: The Grandstand Play: Part II

10 March 1971
Gary Phillips, on the run and afraid of the police, narrowly escapes a murder attempt. McGarrett & Co. begin to piece together what really happened at the ball park. But the real killer is still determined to silence Gary.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Pernell Roberts ... Lon Phillips
Don Chastain ... Lou Horton
Barry Atwater ... Lester Workman

Elliott Street ... Gary Phillips
Jock Mahoney ... Coley Bennett
Josie Over ... Horton's Girl
Tim Tindall ... Holbrook
Soo Yong ... Lily Ahn (as Sod Yong)
Tommy Fujiwara ... Galvin (as Tom Fujiwara)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Highest Castle, Deepest Grave

14 September 1971
Two skeletons, a man and a woman killed ten years ago, are discovered. One of them comprise the remains of the former right-hand man of Mondrago, a prominent businessman. McGarrett concludes Mondrago is hiding something and may have killed his late wife and his former business associate. Mondrago is indeed hiding something, but not what it seems. The key to the mystery is Mondrago's daughter, who looks just like her late mother.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Herbert Lom ... Mondrago

Jeff Corey ... Duncan

France Nuyen ... Sirone
Bill Edwards ... Dr. Ventnor (as William Edwards)

Herb Jeffries ... Professor
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Moe Keale ... Akea (as Wilfred Keale)
Bill Quinn ... Shawn (as William Quinn)
Don Doolittle ... D.A. (as Don G. Doolittle)
Herman Wedemeyer ... Judge
Al Eben ... Doc

Season 4, Episode 2: No Bottles... No Cans... No People

21 September 1971
McGarrett must figure out how to get the goods on a mobster who is trying to clinch a mainland deal while murdering his enemies (including a past girlfriend) and putting them in an incinerator, which wipes out all traces of their existence -- or does it?

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Henry Darrow ... Johnny Oporta
Ron Feinberg ... Furtado
Jack Kosslyn ... Negotiator
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Richard Denning ... Governor

Beth Brickell ... Sally
Al Harrington ... Ray
Tom Palmer ... Benson
Daniel Kaleikini Jr. ... Peter Yano (as Danny Kaleikini)
Charles Bent ... Ozzie
Cas Shay ... Vicky
Al Eben ... Doc
Lippy Espinda ... Spooner (as David 'Lippy' Espinda)
Terry Plunkett ... Bartender

Season 4, Episode 3: Wednesday, Ladies Free

28 September 1971
Several women have been strangled in Honolulu. The pattern in all of the cases was that after each killing, the killer would put make-up and a wig on each victim as if he wanted them to look like a prostitute. Also, in each case except for one, the killer seemed to have a key to the house of his victims. However, the one exception was the home of a private investigator who's wife was killed. It is eventually theorized that the killer is looking for a prostitute who he was obsessed with.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Monte Markham ... Jerry

Sheilah Wells ... Cathy

Soon-Tek Oh ... Vic Tanaka (as Soon Taik Oh)

Marie Windsor ... Gloria
Danny Kamekona ... Dr. Holmby
Marjorie Battles ... Sheila
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Norman Dupont ... Hank
Kwan Hi Lim ... Yoshiko
Charlotte Couch ... Angela
John Farias ... Bartender
Robert M. Luck ... Frank - Carwash Owner (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: 3,000 Crooked Miles to Honolulu

5 October 1971
A cagey professor and the syndicate team up on a deadly caper. About $750,000 in traveler checks are stolen in Denver. A planeload of criminals posing as academics board a charter flight to Honolulu, with each given $7,500 in traveler checks to spend. A hit man ensures a woman employee of the Honolulu office of the traveler check company can't get the serial numbers of the hot checks circulated. McGarrett calls the caper a "jigsaw puzzle." The question is whether he can solve it in time.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Buddy Ebsen ... Professor Ambrose Pierce

David Canary ... George
Tommy Fujiwara ... Frank Okawa (as Tom Fujiwara)
Lani Kim ... Luana
Charles Bollig ... Soldier
Judi Meredith ... Nurse Higgins
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Galen Kam ... Cashier
JoAnn Larsen ... Stewardess (as Jo Ann Larsen)
Yankee Chang ... Mr. Chang (uncredited)
Winston Char ... Ambulance Attendant (uncredited)
John Alexis Howard ... Mr. Beal (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: Two Doves and Mr. Heron

12 October 1971
Two hippies, panhandling for money, decide to approach a tourist. The first hippie, a young woman, is rebuffed. However, the tourist comes on to the second, male hippie. The hippie freaks out and hits the tourist on the head with a board, taking the man's wallet in the process. The wallet contains a key to an airport locker, which contains a briefcase full of money. It turns out the tourist is an embezzler who will do anything to get the money back.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Vic Morrow ... Edward Heron

John Ritter ... Ryan Moore

Dianne Hull ... Cleo Michaels
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Kerry Sherman ... Brenda
Al Eben ... Doc
Robert Witthans ... Father K
Norman Reyes ... Sgt. Capps
Camille Yamamoto ... Capps' Secretary
Brooks Almy ... Trinity

Season 4, Episode 6: ...And I Want Some Candy and a Gun That Shoots

19 October 1971
A mentally disturbed former soldier buys a new rifle and ammunition after a sales clerk fails to check him out. The soldier even signs his name as "George C. Patton." He then holes up in a spot on Diamond Head and shoots out the tires of a motorist's car and proceeds to shoot two police officers, one fatally. McGarrett coordinates the police response. The more McGarrett finds out, the worse it gets. It turns out the sniper has a weird relationship with his mother. The mother, in turn, denies the former soldier is her son. Time is running out and Five-O must prepare to lead a police assault on the sniper.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Michael Burns ... Bill

Jeanne Cooper ... Ann
William Croarkin ... Dr. Fernando
Herman Wedemeyer ... Duke Kanaha
Jack Kaneshiro ... Joe Watanabe
Arte McCollough ... Tommy Ewa
Nephi Hannemann ... Paul (as Nephi Hanneman)
Arthur Hee ... Mr. Sing
Winona Collins ... Dispatcher
Beau Vanden Ecker ... Ryder (as Beau Van Den Ecker)

Annette O'Toole ... Sue

Season 4, Episode 7: Air Cargo - Dial for Murder

26 October 1971
A shipping company which runs lots of valuable cargo through the islands is cherry-picking the most valuable items, taking them out of the shipments, and selling them on the black market. They also have a habit of killing anyone who gets too close to their operation. Their fatal mistake is stealing a quantity of medicine which is the only thing that can save a toy manufacturer's critically-ill wife. When the emergency re-order arrives too late, the husband -- who has been cooperating with Five-O -- goes off on his own to seek vengeance.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Don Chastain ... Sullivan

Marion Ross ... Anita

Michael Strong ... Grayson
Barney Phillips ... Cook

James Hong ... Eric Ling
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Sue McCollum Gereben ... Miss Thomas (as Sue McMollum)
Victor Alevy ... Dr. Medford
Elsie De Mello ... Mrs. Kahama (as Else DeMello)
Patricia Herman ... Corinne Wilson
Myrtle Hilo ... Kim Wong
Sheri Rice ... Joanna Grayson
Ward Bensen ... Jerry Turner (as Ward Benson)
Bill Bigelow ... John Malcolm (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: For a Million... Why Not?

2 November 1971
A gang, led by the vicious Hawkins, is executing a plot to steal $6 million. The group includes a bank employee and an alienated, long-time employee of a trucking company. The plan results in multiple deaths. Dan Williams leads the Five-O investigation because McGarrett is having to testify at a trial on the "Big Island."

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Robert Fields ... Galvin

Sam Melville ... Hawkins

Jack Kruschen ... Blumberg

Leigh Christian ... Carol (as Leigh Cristian)
Wendell Martin ... Shaw
Al Harrington ... Noonan
Seth Sakai ... Lab Technician
Don 'Lance' Over ... Judge (as Donald Over)
Harry Williams ... Hanley
Harold Lee ... Driver
Glenn Cannon ... Carlson
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: The Burning Ice

9 November 1971
The wife of a wealthy doctor is shot to death. The physician seems to have a tight alibi while clues point to another man. But the more Five-O probes, the more the obvious turns out not to be. The suspect is arrested while trying to fence the dead woman's jewelry. But he was dying and had little motive to kill the woman. McGarrett & Co. need to dig deeper to find the truth.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Jackie Cooper ... Dr. Alexander Southmore
Lou Antonio ... David Harper
Tommy Fujiwara ... Charlie Ling (as Tom Fujiwara)
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Linda Ryan ... Melissa
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Al Eben ... Doc
Gary Ah Vah ... Gas Station Attendant (as Ah Vah)
Michael Leong ... Resident
Loretta Leversee ... Harriet Harper

Season 4, Episode 10: Rest in Peace, Somebody

16 November 1971
McGarrett gets a telephone call upon arriving at work. The caller says he intends to kill someone. The caller has also sent the lawman a key that will tell McGarrett the identity of the target. Danny and Kono have received other clues at their homes, one of which is a photograph of Chin Ho's garage. The clues are a mixed bag, including several false leads. The caller continues to taunt McGarrett, finally revealing that the intended victim is the Governor.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Norman Alden ... Cameron (as Norm Alden)
Richard Denning ... Governor
Danny Kamekona ... Dr. Rosenstadt
Eddie Sherman ... Himself
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Thomas Leslie Jr. ... George Kamani
Clarence Aina ... Joe Mona
Yankee Chang ... Tour Bus Driver (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 11: A Matter of Mutual Concern

23 November 1971
French McCoy, thug for a Miami mobster, turns up dead (stabbed in the chest) and mutilated (one of his pinkie fingers cut off). The mobster, known as "Big Uncle," was looking to move into Hawaii. One of four Hawaiian mobsters is responsible. McGarrett must figure out which one before a gangland war erupts.

Season 4, Episode 12: Nine, Ten, You're Dead

30 November 1971
Willy Stone, a punch-drunk former boxer, attacks a young fighter for no apparent reason, breaking the younger man's hands. Edmonds, a Detroit hood, has invested much in the young boxer and is enraged when he finds out the boxer can never fight again. Five-O seeks to find Willy before Edmonds can extract his revenge. Meanwhile, Edmonds has summoned a hit man from the Mainland to kill Willy.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Moses Gunn ... Willy Stone
Albert Paulsen ... Edmonds

Frank Webb ... Duke

Lynn Hamilton ... Mae
Henry Porter ... Robby Davis
Robert Costa ... Cal Phelps
Mama Luna ... Mama
Seth Sakai ... Dr. Fukata
Josie Over ... Luella
Gary Ah Vah ... Fred (as Ah Vah)
Lippy Espinda ... Janitor (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: Is This Any Way to Run a Paradise?

14 December 1971
Someone calling himself "Kahili" (the Hawaiian god of battle) wages his own personal war against polluters. At first the pranks are bad but not dangerous, like climbing a ladder to the top of a huge chimney with a 125-pound ceremonial shield and capping the chimney (thus blowing out the furnace inside and chasing everyone out of the factory). However, Kahili's actions get steadily more violent. After blasting a crop-dusting plane with a shotgun (he pulls the pilot to safety), Kahili types up a list of the five worst polluters in Hawaii and entitles it "Kahili Death List." One of the five suffers a heart attack and another flees, so Kahili goes after the most heavily guarded of the three and breaks his neck with one hand. Can Five-O identify Kahili (whose face is never really seen) and capture him without getting shot or beaten to death?

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Nephi Hannemann ... Aku (as Nephi Hanneman)
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Maura McGiveney ... Miss Weston
Al Eben ... Doc

Herb Jeffries ... Klosmosky
Richard Morrison ... Lai Han
Fred Titcomb ... Senator Patterson
Ed Fernandez ... Curator Sumi (as Edward Fernandez)
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny (as Peggy Ryan Sherman)
Ted Scott ... Emory Grace
Mitch Mitchell ... Edgar Hackbart
Don Lev ... Hippy Visitor
Clarence Garcia ... Fire Chief Maka
Fred Ball ... Clyde Finley
Norman Tang ... Principal
James Canada ... Joe Lemana
Baird Miller ... Coach Smith
Scott Stambler ... Edward Kramer

Season 4, Episode 14: Odd Man In

28 December 1971
When famed bank robber Lewis Avery Filer, whom McGarrett put away a year and a half ago, learns that a fellow con about to be released plans to resume his career as a drug dealer, he decides to get out on his own and infiltrate the drug gang. Filer plans to tail the drug dealer and relieve him of the $4 million he's received for cocaine shipments, through use of trickery and gadgetry. McGarrett tries to outwit Filer once again and recover the money before Filer can flee with it.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Hume Cronyn ... Lewis Avery Filer
Jiro Tamiya ... Goro Shibata
Lane Bradford ... Moose Oakley
Richard Morrison ... Warden Challis
Moe Keale ... Rood Twin #1 (as Wilfred Moe Keale)
Daniel H. Awai Jr. ... Rood Twin #2
Howard Morrison ... Mercer
Edward Burns ... Prison Guard
William Kamahele Sr. ... Telephone Nightman
William Thourlby ... HPD Officer (as Wm. Buddy Thourlby)
Paul Frees ... Goro Shibata (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 15: Bait Once, Bait Twice

4 January 1972
A young woman goes onto a balcony in what is thought to be a suicide attempt. However, it is all a plot to lure her fiancée out into the open to kill him and prevent him from testifying against a mobster. After he has been liquidated, McGarrett must now try to prevent the woman from becoming the gang's next victim.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

James Olson ... Mariss

Loretta Swit ... Betty

Malachi Throne ... Bonamo
Ric Marlow ... The Pro
Danny Kamekona ... Dr. Kamekona
Norman Dupont ... Howard Miller
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Al Eben ... Doc
Glenn Cannon ... Manicote
George Herman ... Joe Benjamin
John Young ... Wan Soong
Marika Yamato ... Marion
Liana Petranek ... Alice

Season 4, Episode 16: The Ninety-Second War: Part I

11 January 1972
McGarrett is found in an upside-down car containing a dead crime lord and a briefcase with thousands of dollars. Each step of the frame is perfect and unbreakable. McGarrett figures only man can be responsible -- Wo Fat. Indeed, the Chinese intelligence operative has just arrived in Hawaii. It turns out Wo Fat arranged for a man to undergo many plastic surgery operations to look exactly like McGarrett. The man is caught and fatally wounded as he tries to withdraw money from a Swiss bank. Before he dies, the double says, "Wo Fat bought my soul for 90 seconds."

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Dana Wynter ... Claudine
Khigh Dhiegh ... Wo Fat
Richard Denning ... Governor
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Al Eben ... Doc
Jack McCoy ... Dr. Shimel
Robert Witthans ... Lt. Cmdr. Smallitt (as Bob Witthans)
Johann Strasser ... Charbonne (as Hans Strasser)
Wright Esser ... Albrecht
Robert Nelson ... Assassin #1 (as Bob Nelson)
Herman Wedemeyer ... Officer Ishi
Bernard Ching ... Officer O'Laughlin (as Bernie Ching)
Bill Baldwin ... Reporter (uncredited)
Paul Frees ... McGarrett Imposter (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 17: The Ninety-Second War: Part II

18 January 1972
Steve returns to Hawaii after discovering the man who was made to look like him in Switzerland. Steve meets with Jonathan Kaye and some other people to find out why Steve was framed. They know Wo Fat is behind it. Steve learns that the only anomaly was their tracking station went out for a few seconds. Steve wonders if that is what Wo Fat is working on because they know that all this about Wo Fat trying to get 90 seconds for something and with their tracking system done for 90 seconds; what could happen? They look at everyone who could have done it, Steve thinks they should look at a scientist named Vogler and they do. They learn that Vogler came to Hawaii because his daughter suffered an allergic reaction to pollen that somehow got to where they live. But the doctor tells them it's impossible for the pollen to be there at that time of the year. So Steve thinks someone made the girl sick so that her father would have to go to Hawaii. Later a Russian agent arrives who gives them some information that helps them. Steve talks to Vogler and he has a breakdown. They then give him a truth serum that's when they learn what's going on.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono (credit only)
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho (credit only)

Donald Pleasence ... Hans Vogler

Tim O'Connor ... Jonathan Kaye

Roger C. Carmel ... Mischa
Khigh Dhiegh ... Wo Fat
Richard Denning ... Governor
Robert Witthans ... Lt. Cmdr. Smallitt (as Bob Witthans)
Tom Norton ... Carter
Les Keiter ... Gen. Cardell
Richard Faun ... Dr. Kingsby (as Dick Faun)
Roman Bill Winkleman ... Mitchal (as Bill Winkleman)
Robert Nelson ... Assassin #1 (as Bob Nelson)
Wright Esser ... Karl Albrecht (uncredited)
Jerry Hausner ... Military Doctor (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 18: Skinhead

25 January 1972
A young woman is savagely beaten and raped outside a bar. The prime suspect is a bald headed soldier, with whom she was seen arguing inside the bar. The jury eventually convicts him based on the eyewitness testimony of a young mechanic who was at the bar that night. However, when his medical report comes back McGarrett begins to have doubts about whether or not he did it.

Season 4, Episode 19: While You're at It, Bring in the Moon

1 February 1972
A reclusive, Howard Hughes-type billionaire is implicated in the murder of one of his associates. The businessman abducts McGarrett, who was on his way to the scene of the murder. The businessman is afraid of germs and has elaborate decontamination procedures on his yacht. The businessman tells McGarrett that he is innocent and being framed. The businessman wants to sell off his various companies to concentrate on developing a "steam car" that will run on natural gas and have few emissions. The business associates opposed the move and the leading opponent is the one who has turned up dead. McGarrett doesn't trust the billionaire but Five-O's investigation also turns up evidence that the killing was not as simple as it appeared.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Barry Sullivan ... Morgan Hilliard
Ed Flanders ... Byers

H.M. Wynant ... Mims (as H.M. Winant)
Milton Selzer ... Tabernash
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Herman Wedemeyer ... Duke (as Harry Wedemeyer)
Sandy Mosk ... Gilman
Norman Wright ... Babson
William C. Mount ... Custer (as William Mount)
Fred Ball ... Garland
Steve Merrick ... Calhoun
Bill Legrande ... Pitman (as Bill LeGrande)

Season 4, Episode 20: Cloth of Gold

8 February 1972
At a birthday party, the guest of honor suddenly suffocates after getting a card saying this is his last birthday. The dead man is one of three partners in a shady real estate business with a reputation for swindling its customers. Five-O's investigation intensifies after a second partner gets a similar threat. When the second partner turns up dead, McGarrett knows he is running out of time to solve the case.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Jason Evers ... Wallis

Ray Danton ... Akamai
Jay Robinson ... Mingo
William Valentine ... Manoa
Al Eben ... Doc
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
John Hunt ... Dr. Pell
Arte McCollough ... Nakamura
Cathy Musket ... Donna
Shannan Kincaid ... Eadie
Yankee Chang ... Cook (uncredited)
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 21: Good Night, Baby - Time to Die!

15 February 1972
A convicted murderer escapes prison. He has been threatening a woman, spurring McGarrett to arrive at the woman's home with police officers. As the lawman arrives, the convict calls, telling the woman he will kill her by nightfall. While McGarrett guards the woman, he also probes to find out more about the circumstances that led to the man's conviction. It's clear that McGarrett believes there's more to the case than she has been telling.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono (credit only)
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Beth Brickell ... Carol Rhodes
William Watson ... L.B. Barker
Winston Char ... Phone Company Technician (uncredited)
Herman Wedemeyer ... Duke (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 22: Didn't We Meet at a Murder?

22 February 1972
Three seemingly ordinary people are recruited to make a hit on a mob boss from Chicago visiting Hawaii. The hit is done with precision. The killers are equipped with firearms with plastic coverings that prevent shell casings from being left for evidence, for example. Also, the three participants, in effect, provide alibis for each other. Five-O initially thinks this is a professional hit until its probe begins to uncover the truth. McGarrett & Co. must figure out why these three people were so desperate they could be blackmailed into performing a murder. Second, Five-O must figure out what the ultimate goal of the caper is.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Joanna Barnes ... Bonnie

Simon Oakland ... Mauritany
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Bill Edwards ... Wellman
Kwan Hi Lim ... Chang
Morgan Upton ... Clem
Josie Over ... Doris
John Hansen ... Rick
John Alexis Howard ... Paul (uncredited)
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 23: Follow the White Brick Road

29 February 1972
The U.S. Navy cooperated in the filming of this story about a shipboard heroin ring, lending the Destroyer U.S.S. Whipple and having real-life Admiral Joseph McGittrick play a substantial role as the admiral in charge of the Navy's substance-abuse recovery program. With McGarrett in uniform to supervise, Danno goes undercover as a medic treating an addict and trying to get him to produce his supplier's name with an amnesty promise. Several sailors also have speaking roles.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Mark Jenkins ... Salton

David Birney ... Dillon

David Doyle ... Hard Hat
Richard Denning ... Governor
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Al Eben ... Doc
Charles Gilbert ... Franklyn
Mitch Mitchell ... Wells (as Ken J. Mitchell)
Moki Palacio ... Surigao
Joseph McGoldrick ... Adm. Sample (as Adm. Joseph McGoldrick)
Soo Yong ... Mme. Sung (as Soo Yong Huang)
Stephen Matthews ... Woodley

Season 4, Episode 24: R & R & R

7 March 1972
A disturbed ex-GI who was dishonorably discharged and then tried to re-enlist under a false name takes revenge at the Military by murdering officer's wives who fly to Hawaii expecting to meet their husbands on R&R from Vietnam.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Danny
Zulu ... Kono
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Alan Vint ... Ralston
Richard LePore ... Colonel Ken Hart
James Davidson ... Captain Nichols

Maree Cheatham ... Amy Carter (as Marie Cheatham)
Richard Kelton ... Lt. Carter
Jackie Russell ... Leslee Nichols
Anthony Aiello ... Augie
Jane Actman ... Betty Hurlburt
Robyn Millan ... Ella Syzmanski
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Al Eben ... Doc
Genevieve Ann Nelson ... Officer Cathy (as Genevieve Nelson)
Moki Palacio ... Telegraph Clerk
Philip Heron ... Sgt. Filippo
James Benton ... Corporal
Peggy Ryan ... Jenny
Maude Demerast ... Mrs. Willis
Jim Hutchison ... Major (as Jim Hutchinson)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Death Is a Company Policy

12 September 1972
Al Harrington's first episode as Ben also introduces Duke Lukela and John Manicote as semi-regulars. Manicote launches an investigation of Five-O when Duke, an HPD sergeant who sometimes joins Five-O on investigations, is accused of being on the take. McGarrett does what would be now called an intensive database search, with numerous records on all Five-O team members transferred to projection slides and put up on the screen (if you can freeze-frame or slow your player to catch all of them, there is a wealth of information on the characters -- including McGarrett's birthday, which is in the wrong month!). Convinced that Duke was set up by someone, McGarrett repeats the process with members of Manicote's office and finds that one of the Assistant District Attorneys is a mole planted long before by the mob to discredit the office. Guest star Michael Ansara, playing the mob boss, forsakes his toupee (he's shown swimming) and is very bald.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

George Chakiris ... Lahani
Laraine Stephens ... Miss Simpson

Michael Ansara ... Piro Manoa
Richard Denning ... Governor
Herman Wedemeyer ... Duke
Glenn Cannon ... Manicote
Robert Witthans ... Paul Drummond
Richard Morrison ... Runny Grose
Harry M. Williams ... Johnny Resko (as Harry Williams)
Jo Pruden ... Angie Caroll
Walter Yoshimitsu ... Computer Operator (as Walter Yoshmitsu)
Moe Keale ... Moe (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: Death Wish on Tantalus Mountain

19 September 1972
Champion race car driver Alex Pareno arrives in Hawaii to attempt to break the record for driving up Tantalus Mountain. However, his chief mechanic is bludgeoned to death after catching someone tampering with Pareno's car. Later, a second mechanic is killed while test driving the car. McGarrett eventually discovers plenty of suspects ranging from Pareno's fiancée Angela, who was being blackmailed by an ex-lover, to Pareno himself. However, it is eventually discovered that the killer is someone very close to Pareno.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Ricardo Montalban ... Alex Pareno

Diana Muldaur ... Angela
Michael Margotta ... Niki
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Al Eben ... Doc
John Stalker ... Gordon Miles
Wendell Martin ... Saunders
Steve Merrick ... Frank Brill
Leslie Vincent ... Lefcourt (as Leslie Vincent Fullard)
Jim Simpson ... Rudy Bender
Jimmy Borges ... SCCA Official (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: You Don't Have to Kill to Get Rich - But It Helps.

26 September 1972
A sophisticated operation is blackmailing rich and prominent visitors to Hawaii. One of the victims has told Tolliver, a private investigator, about his situation. Tolliver tells his friend that he'll work to get him free of the blackmailers. Meanwhile, a young woman has turned up dead -- which brings Five-O into the case. It turns out she was among numerous women used as bait, but she has become too hot to handle when one of the blackmail victims committed suicide. Tolliver, meanwhile, poses as a rich man to attract the attention of the blackmailers. But he has no intention of ruining the operation. Tolliver intends to take it over.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

William Shatner ... Sam Tolliver
Ric Marlow ... William Speer
Tommy Fujiwara ... Larry (as Tom Fujiwara)
Bill Edwards ... Wally Schuster
Glenn Cannon ... Manicote
Al Eben ... Doc
Herman Wedemeyer ... Duke
Wisa D'Orso ... Joyce Hensley
Jorie Remus ... Dollie
Elithe Aguiar ... Girl #1 (as Elithe Aguiar [Hung])
Charlene Silva ... Girl #2 (as Sharlene Silva)

Season 5, Episode 4: Pig in a Blanket

3 October 1972
During a traffic stop in the boonies, the driver slips out a concealed handgun and shoots the HPD officer down in his tracks. Before dying, the cop gets off a couple of rounds at the fleeing car, causing it to crash. McGarrett and Danno visit the killer in the hospital, where he still couldn't care less about murdering a man ("I chopped a cop ... put a pig in a blanket"). The incident preys heavily on both men's minds, particularly Danno's. Later that same night, Danno witnesses a liquor-store robbery where the masked thief takes a shot at him. Danno follows the thief to a house, but loses him on the grounds. When a person steps out appearing to be carrying a pistol, Danno fires -- and finds to his horror that the young man was an innocent kid living at the house -- carrying a soldering iron. As the wounded boy lingers comatose and in critical condition, McGarrett must try to save Danno's reputation by proving that the robbery did occur and that the robber tricked the shooting victim into walking into the line of fire.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

John Rubinstein ... Harold
Louise Latham ... Mrs. Klein

Dennis Redfield ... Culpepper
James A. Simpson ... Ricky Klein (as James Simpson)
Frank Atienza ... Chinough Olena
Seth Sakai ... Dr. Natanoa
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Elissa Fontes ... Rona Olena
E. Lynne Kimoto ... Nurse Tofu (as Lynne Kimoto)
Tuulikki Paananen ... Nurse Brickford (as Tuulikki Gottschalk)
Robert M. Luck ... Jack (as Robert Luck)
Edward M. Shonk ... Bartender (as Edward Shonk)
Howard Gottschalk ... Aaron
Richard Villard ... Gene
George Groves ... Tad

Season 5, Episode 5: The Jinn Who Clears the Way

10 October 1972
Operatives working for Wo Fat steal a device from a U.S. military base in Hawaii. Wo Fat is also manipulating a young Maoist into helping him smuggle the device to China. McGarrett and Five-O race to keep the device from leaving the islands. They capture Wo Fat at the last minute. But McGarrett receives a shock courtesy of U.S. spymaster Jonathan Kaye.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Khigh Dhiegh ... Wo Fat

Joseph Sirola ... Jonathan Kaye (as Joe Sirola)

Soon-Tek Oh ... Tom Wong (as Soon Taik Oh)
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Al Eben ... Doc
Danny Kamekona ... Carl Tu (as Daniel Kamekona)
Robert Nelson ... Assassin I
Robert Witthans ... Cmdr. Smallitt (as Bob Witthans)
Andy Ichiki ... George Wong
Donald Baker ... CIA Agent (as Don Baker)
Howard Gottschalk ... Colonel Cole
Mitch Mitchell ... Parker
Ted Scott ... Sims
C.K. Huang ... Mr. Wong
Clement Low ... Assassin II
Joe Moore ... MP Captain

Season 5, Episode 6: Fools Die Twice

17 October 1972
A military scientist is kidnapped by a co-worker and held ransom for one million dollars in diamonds. Five-O identifies unique background noises from the taped ransom messages to locate the kidnapper.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Clu Gulager ... Jack Gulley

Michael Conrad ... Kira Johnson

Sam Edwards ... Johnny Arnett
Anita Alberts ... Lana Trotter
John Farias ... Mac Mozu
Albert Harris ... Clapton
Bill Edwards ... Jonathan Kaye
Thomas Norton ... Colonel
Wright Esser ... Vandervort
Ted Nobriga ... Surgeon

Season 5, Episode 7: Chain of Events

24 October 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.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Linden Chiles ... James Trevor Warren
Lou Frizzell ... Mr. Rynak
Mary Frann ... Jean Holland
Judi Meredith ... Paula

Dirk Benedict ... Walter Clyman
Ray Buktenica ... Billy Grunwald
Gaye Nelson ... Linda
Jay Stewart ... Marty
Ellen Blake ... Sophie
Electra Gailas ... Mrs. Rynak (as Electra Gailas Fair)
Al Eben ... Doc
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Robert Gleason ... Brandt
Robert Witthans ... Boardman (as Bob Witthans)
William Valentine ... Jacob Kalema

Season 5, Episode 8: Journey Out of Limbo

31 October 1972
To the horror of workers at a construction site, the truck of sand they are unloading contains Danny Williams in the back, unconscious and just moments away from having smothered to death. Danny awakens, but can't remember anything about how he got there. McGarrett grills the sand-truck driver, but eventually abandons him as a dead end. The only other way Danny could have gotten into the dump truck was to jump in from a height as the truck passed below him. Danny remembers he was going horseback riding on his day off, so the Five-O team heads out to a ranch that rents horses for pleasure rides. Eventually they find the body of the horse he was riding, shot multiple times and leaving a long trail of blood. That means Danny was fleeing from gunmen and made his leap as a last resort. But what did he see that made the gunmen chase him. The answer turns out to be a literal suicide bomber, the ranch owner, who is getting revenge on a Chinese visitor by having a bomb-laden boat (with mannequins at the helm, which is what Danny saw being loaded into a truck headed for the harbor) "steering" it by remote control straight into the man's yacht with the dignitaries aboard. (Presumably the thugs got paid in advance). McGarrett and the Five-O crew must race the clock to destroy the bombers' boat before it can complete the madman's mission.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Keenan Wynn ... Hummel
Philip Ahn ... Lin Mai-Lu
Richard Denning ... Governor
Herman Wedemeyer ... Duke Lukela
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Bob LaVarre ... Durko (as Robert Lavarre)
Al Eben ... Doc
Clay Tanner ... Stark
Sam Peters ... Bellak

Season 5, Episode 9: 'V' for Vashon: The Son

14 November 1972
Chris Vashon is male heir to the Vashon crime family, which now has considerable legitimate business holdings. The young Vashon, a rebellious sort, has been conducting robberies with friends. McGarrett sees the development as a way of striking back at the Vashons. However, Five-O discovers that's easier said than done, when Honare Vashon, Chris's father, bribes witnesses and Chris Vashon beats the rap in court. McGarrett doesn't give up and attempts to trap Chris Vashon again. This time, Vashon is fatally wounded by the lawman. Honare Vashon vows McGarrett will die.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Robert Drivas ... Chris Vashon

Harold Gould ... Honore Vashon

Luther Adler ... Dominick Vashon
Kwan Hi Lim ... Tosaki
Christopher Harris ... Stu
Ricky Kelman ... Lance (as Rick Kelman)
Glenn Cannon ... Manicote (as Glen Cannon)
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Dick Fair ... Night Clerk (as [Nelson] Dick Fair)
Elizabeth Cole ... Marguerite Vashon
John Stalker ... Drew
Elsie De Mello ... Chambermaid
Galen Kam ... Lo Wu Sing
Arthur Hee ... Apt. Manager
Jack Morris ... Frank Heller
Moki Palacio ... Besseride
Wesley Sakai ... Kwan

Season 5, Episode 10: 'V' for Vashon: The Father

21 November 1972
Honare Vashon orders a hit on McGarrett to avenge the death of Chris Vashon. McGarrett first receives an anonymous message intended to let him know his days are numbered. Then, Vashon hires a local killer. That attempt is unsuccessful and the killer is liquidated by the Vashons. Honare Vashon manages to evade intense surveillance long enough to hire another killer, this time imported from outside Hawaii. McGarrett knows another attempt on his life will occur. Can Five-O stop it?

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Harold Gould ... Honore Vashon

Don Knight ... Dylan Heyward

Luther Adler ... Dominick Vashon
Kwan Hi Lim ... Tosaki
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Glenn Cannon ... Manicote (as Glen Cannon)
Elizabeth Cole ... Marguerite
Elithe Aguiar ... Phyllis
Robert Costa ... Bldg. Manager
Joe Mares ... Bomb Squad Man
Chuck Couch ... Tow Truck Driver
Yankee Chang ... Judge
Nick Nickolas ... Peter Makros (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: 'V' for Vashon: The Patriarch

28 November 1972
Dominick Vashon, patriarch of the crime family, now wants to go after McGarrett. He devises a frame and McGarrett is accused of shooting an unarmed man. Five-O must break the frame and figure out why a prominent attorney is testifying against McGarrett.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Luther Adler ... Dominick Vashon

Harold Gould ... Honore Vashon
Glenn Cannon ... Manicote
John Stalker ... Harvey Drew
Kwan Hi Lim ... Tosaki
John Beatty ... Bobby Raisbeck
Al Eben ... Doc
Patricia Herman ... Mrs. Sullivan (as Pat Herman)
Robert M. Luck ... Sullivan (as Robert Luck)
Sandy Kernell ... Drew's Secretary
Robert Harker ... Security Guard
Lippy Espinda ... Joe Akkuda (as David Lippy Espinda)
Beau Vanden Ecker ... Chuck Price
Jim Hutchison ... Hotel Clerk
Wisa D'Orso ... Mrs. Drew
Norman Dupont ... Berman

Season 5, Episode 12: The Clock Struck Twelve

5 December 1972
A group of native Hawaiian separatists threaten to bomb public buildings if seven of their associates are not released from jail. McGarrett races the clock to find the bombs, and those responsible, before the deadline.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Manu Tupou ... Abraham Meleha
Patrick Adiarte ... David
Richard Denning ... Governor
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Herman Wedemeyer ... Duke
Glenn Cannon ... Manicote
Henry Bal ... Samuel
Cris Callow ... Mary Ann
Jaudon Kanealii ... Aiko
James McInerny ... Superintendent (as J.E. Jim McInerny)
Lippy Espinda ... Kaua Maleha (as David Lippy Espinda)
Javer Bowden ... Mrs. Maleha
Frances Asher ... Judy
Beau Vanden Ecker ... Ellsworth
Clarence Scanlan ... Officer #1 (as Clarence Rags Scanlan)
Charles Melim ... Officer #2

Season 5, Episode 13: I'm a Family Crook - Don't Shoot!

19 December 1972
The Lovejoys, a family of grifters, make a bigger score than they ever imagined. The problem is they've ripped off a mobster who wants his money back -- and will gladly kill to do so.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Andy Griffith ... Arnold Lovejoy

Joyce Van Patten ... Rhoda Lovejoy
Bob Basso ... Charlie Walters
Bryan Da Silva ... Frank Butrell
Kimberly Louis ... Melissa Lovejoy
Seth Sakai ... Shibata
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Kwan Hi Lim ... Mr. Quan
Ann McCormack ... Mrs. Klemper (as Ann McCormack Livermore)
H.F. Hap Kollmeyer ... Hotel Manager
Nick Nickolas ... Willie

Harold Sakata ... Shibata Hood
Grady Sutton ... Minister
George Herman ... Dr. Baldwin

Season 5, Episode 14: The Child Stealers

2 January 1973
A hippie couple kidnaps a baby from in front of a drug store and smuggles him to the mainland to sell the child to an adoption agency in Los Angeles. McGarrett and the rest of the Five-O team are able to find that baby as well as another infant that was kidnapped a few months earlier. Now they must track down the young couple before they snatch another baby.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Richard Anderson ... Goodman

Richard Hatch ... Gar (as Richard Lawrence Hatch)
Jack Hogan ... Mr. Empson
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Brooks Almy ... Mrs. Empson (as Brooks Almy Brooks)
Mitch Mitchell ... Tom Parker (as Ken J. Mitchell)
Moe Keale ... Alton
Sue McCollum Gereben ... Pediatrician
Jana Linden ... Housewife (as Jana Lindan)
Walter P. Young Sr. ... Boat Owner (as Walter Yong)
Norman Dupont ... Mr. Mills (as Norman DuPont)
Jane Adrian ... Mrs. Mills
George Groves ... Newsman

Meg Foster ... Nina

Season 5, Episode 15: Thanks for the Honeymoon

9 January 1973
McGarrett is called in to talk to Toni, a tough-talking young woman who has recently been busted along with her boyfriend. Toni is going to prison and can live with that, but she wants to get married (she's pregnant) before then in an elaborate ceremony. In return, she will testify against a mobster who has always beaten the rap -- "How about murder one? ... With his own two hands?" McGarrett counters that the mobster will use all of his many resources to knock off the couple, but Toni is adamant and McGarrett goes to work with the help of the reporter he's dating.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Patty Duke ... Toni
Larry Kert ... Marty

Carol Lawrence ... Margo
Lane Bradford ... Manola
Glenn Cannon ... Manicote
Richard Collier ... Vincent
Herman Wedemeyer ... Duke
George Herman ... Dr. Harlow
Norman Wright ... Minister
Robert Apisa ... George
Kenneth Ing ... Delgado
Morgan Shaan ... Doctor (as Morgan Sha'an)
William Mahoe ... Chef
Len Yelinek ... Check-In-Clerk
Joyce Maltby ... Housemaid

Season 5, Episode 16: The Listener

16 January 1973
A psychiatrist is tormented by a man calling himself Cerberus. Cerberus says he was turned down for treatment and is determined to gain his revenge by extorting the psychiatrist. Cerberus, to show he means business, begins harassing the psychiatrist's patients, including a boy dying of a brain tumor and a suicidal woman. McGarrett & Co. must deal with a cunning and ruthless adversary in Cerberus.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Robert Foxworth ... Dr. Eric Fowler

Greg Mullavey ... Cerebus

Radames Pera ... Bob Martinelli
Lisa Pera ... Angela Martinelli
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Patricia Herman ... Mary Dalton
Linda Ryan ... Eva Haynes
Herman Wedemeyer ... Duke
Elissa Fontes ... Carol Fowler
Michael Morgan ... Lee Jones
John Hunt ... Paul
Winston Char ... Dr. Barnes
Paula Hayashi ... Lady Teller
Don Lev ... Father Shay (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 17: Here Today... Gone Tonight

23 January 1973
The No. 2 executive to a reclusive businessman approaches McGarrett. He tells the lawman that he has evidence of illegal activity by his employer. But the executive insists on elaborate procedures for a more detailed meeting, including having McGarrett attend unarmed. The Governor insists that Danny Williams attend in McGarrett's place. While their meeting occurs, the executive also shows up and kills the chief executive of the company. Now, Danno is the executive's alibi.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Monte Markham ... Barry Dean
Sandra Smith ... Bella Morgan
Madlyn Rhue ... June Fleming
Richard Denning ... Governor
Douglas Kennedy ... Fleming
George Oshiro ... Nathaniel
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Al Eben ... Doc
Clarence Garcia ... 1st Guard
Douglas Mossman ... 2nd Guard

Lawrence Montaigne ... Whitelaw
Sam Peters ... Taxi Driver

Season 5, Episode 18: The Odd Lot Caper

30 January 1973
Murdock, an embittered businessman, concocts an elaborate robbery to gain the millions of dollars he needs for a pet business project. Murdock, though, has underestimated the ruthlessness of the men he has hired -- two people are killed before the robbery even takes place. McGarrett is determined to crack the complicated case.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Richard Basehart ... Murdock
Ron Hayes ... Laughlin
Jack Hogan ... Murdock, Jr.
Bill Bigelow ... Beaufort (as William Bigelow)
John Farias ... Johnson
Daws Dawson ... Linc
Morgan Shaan ... Jersey (as Morgan Sha'an)
Nephi Hannemann ... Yoko (as Nephi Hanneman)
Danny Kamekona ... Cooper
Al Eben ... Doc
Kani Evans ... Second Financier
Tuulikki Paananen ... Edith Finley (as Tuulikki Gottschalk)
Merrie Lueders ... Stone Lady
Gary Kau ... Runner
Jo Pruden ... Mrs. Halsey
Ted Scott ... Moran
Jack Kosslyn ... Stock Broker (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 19: Will the Real Mr. Winkler Please Die?

6 February 1973
A man named Winkler goes berserk when approached by a television reporter doing a "man on the street" story. After his arrest, Five-O and HPD can find no evidence that Winkler even existed until seven years earlier. For Five-O, this is just the start of a complicated investigation full of shadowy figures and murky motives. Winkler, for example, has a number of aliases and a photographic memory. Eventually McGarrett & Co. uncover a plot to assassinate a Soviet defector.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Nehemiah Persoff ... Winkler

Mark Lenard ... Rogloff

Malachi Throne ... Reeves
Peter Carew ... Rogloff Aide
Herman Wedemeyer ... Duke
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Bill Edwards ... Druthers
Phil Arnone ... TV Announcer (as Philip Arnone)
Ronald Kent ... Second Rogloff Aide (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 20: Little Girl Blue

13 February 1973
Two men kidnap a young girl and hole up in a World War II bunker on Diamond Head. McGarrett and his men must rescue the child from the desperate criminals.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Ron Feinberg ... Luther (as Ronald Feinberg)

Jackie Coogan ... Frank
Tisha Sterling ... Eadie Scott

Nina Foch ... Marian Scott
Brook Graham ... Debbie Scott
Herman Wedemeyer ... Duke
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Josie Over ... Anna
Larry Shiraishi ... Officer Cardos
Arte McCollough ... Tom Ewa
Winona Collins ... Dispatcher

Season 5, Episode 21: Percentage

20 February 1973
O'Hara, co-owner of a travel agency with ex-bookie Sam Green, is beaten to death by thugs with brass knuckles. Green organizes gambling junkets, which is draining revenue from a hood's gambling rackets. What's more, one of Green's customers refuses to make good on $120,000 in losses on a junket in Seoul. Green is being squeezed hard by the Hawaiian gangster and the Korean gambling house. Five-O's investigation becomes complicated after the losing gambler turns up dead; the loser was also having an affair with the wife of another customer on the Korean gambling junket.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Milton Selzer ... Sam Green

Leonard Stone ... Herman Stein
Seth Sakai ... Kuang
Kwan Hi Lim ... Yoshigo
Douglas Kennedy ... Sinclair
Carole Kai ... Valerie
Mitch Mitchell ... Howard
Al Eben ... Doc
Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Galen Kam ... Mehala
Allen Okawa ... Dealer
Edward M. Shonk ... Nick (as Edward Shonk)
Derek Mau ... Lepe
John Alexis Howard ... Jimmy O'Hara (as John Howard)

Season 5, Episode 22: Engaged to Be Buried

27 February 1973
Five-O seeks to bust a family-run protection racket. But the investigation turns personal for Five-O stalwart Chin Ho Kelly because his daughter is in love with the son of the racket's patriarch. The probe intensifies after a policeman and the best friend of Chin Ho's daughter are killed. On top of that, the lovers wed.

Season 5, Episode 23: The Diamond That Nobody Stole

6 March 1973
A cat burglar robs a former CIA agent of a diamond pendant and a roll of microfilm. The film contains military secrets and soon agents from China and Russia, along with its original owner, begin vying for its possession.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho

Eric Braeden ... Djebara
Beulah Quo ... Madame Souvang
Frank Trott ... Sam York
Harry Endo ... Che Fong (credit only)
Melvin Cobb ... Willard Allen
Mitch Mitchell ... Comdr. Hughes
John Stalker ... Pale Man
Darrah Lau ... Christina (as Darrall Lau)
Debra Berger ... Michi (as Deborah Berger)

Herb Jeffries ... Professor Kung (as Herbert Jeffries)
Lippy Espinda ... Joe Surigao (as David Lippy Espinda)
Chuck Couch ... Muscleman #1 (uncredited)
Nick Nickolas ... Muscleman #2 (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 24: Jury of One

13 March 1973
Five-O and District Attorney John Manicote think they have an ironclad case against a mobster on trial. But the jury keeps coming back with news that they have not reached a verdict. The judge refuses to reveal the vote, but McGarrett correctly suspects that one person is holding out for an acquittal. But who - and why? Five-O obtains a jury list and starts checking out all of them to see who could have been bought, blackmailed or threatened.

Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett

James MacArthur ... Dan Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Ray Buktenica ... Clifford Sprague

Edward Binns ... Mills
Glenn Cannon ... Manicote