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I didn't find out about One West Waikiki until after it was already canceled and showing in reruns. This was a great show that wasn't given a chance. I would like to see it brought back with the same cast. I also had the pleasure of visiting Hawaii and saw many of the locations used on the show. I am also wondering where the location was for the building known as One West Waikiki. My brother thinks that the exterior shot was filmed at Kapiolani Park. I think my favorite episode was "Kingmare on Night St." which was the episode of Holli's dream. Another one of my favorite episodes was the one with Doug McClure. Kimo Kahoano was great as the professor. I hope someday this series will be shown again, revived with the same cast, or released on DVD.
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