Hawaii Five-O (1968–1980)
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A Bullet for El Diablo 

The daughter of a dictator is kidnapped from the University of Hawaii campus. The conspirators are young people committed to overthrowing the dictator, known as El Diablo. One of the ... See full summary »

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Pepe Olivares (as A. Martinez)
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Carlos Rojas
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Emilio Ramos
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Felipe
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The daughter of a dictator is kidnapped from the University of Hawaii campus. The conspirators are young people committed to overthrowing the dictator, known as El Diablo. One of the conspirators is El Diablo's illegitimate daughter from an affair and resembles the daughter. After El Diablo is assassinated, the question is whether Five-O can save the daughter. Written by Bill Koenig

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13 November 1973 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The metal tower where Pepe (A Martinez) has his final confrontation with McGarrett and the others is the same location from which Wo Fat (Khigh Dhiegh) throws the false counterfeit money plates at the beginning of the third season episode, "F.O.B. Honolulu, Part 1." See more »

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The bad guys are seen throughout the episode driving a 1962 Chevrolet Bel-Air/Biscayne. In an interior shot the car is shown to have a steering-column mounted ignition, not the correct dash-mounted ignition. See more »

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Entertaining but not one of the better episodes of season six.
31 March 2011 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

While this particular episode of "Hawaii Five-O" is pretty watchable, it suffers from two problems. First, the show is very similar to a couple early episodes ("Savage Sunday" and "Leopard on a Rock"--both from season two)...too similar. Second, the plot relied on a bad cliché--the identical. In this case, a woman doesn't know it but she has a half-sister--one that looks EXACTLY like her....yeah, it could happen....just not on this planet!

The show begins with a young Hispanic lady being kidnapped from her college campus. It seems she's the daughter of a foreign dictator, known affectionately as 'El Diabolo' (I think that's some kind of fighting chicken ;-) ). However, just getting the money isn't the point of the kidnapping--they want El Diabolo dead.

As I said, the plot is very similar and the idea of an identical half-sister make this a bit on the lame side. Watchable...but no more.


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