A series of gold robberies has hit Oahu. The operation is being run out of a halfway home for boys and young men. McGarrett sends in an HPD undercover officer to the home to turn up some ... See full summary »

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Kam Fong ...
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Elizabeth Rollins
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Edward Ross
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Louie Pakoa
Gregory Enton ...
Joey Cooper
Tommy Fujiwara ...
John Manoa
Remi Abellira ...
Jimmy Luka
Glenn Cannon ...
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Harry Endo ...
Sam Peters ...
Hogan
Ron Nakahara ...
Pete
Chuck-Chuck Akamine ...
Gary (as Chuck Chuck Akamine)
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A series of gold robberies has hit Oahu. The operation is being run out of a halfway home for boys and young men. McGarrett sends in an HPD undercover officer to the home to turn up some leads. The trail first seems to point to the home's administrator, an ex-con. He turns out to be innocent. But Five-O's investigation is pressuring the organizations of the robbery ring. Written by Bill Koenig

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4 March 1976 (USA)  »

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A halfway house program for juveniles where several of the residents appear to be 30!
6 February 2012 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

My summary cuts to the biggest problem I saw with this show. Several folks who were supposed to be residents in a juvenile treatment program appeared at least 25--and perhaps even into their 30s! This just made me laugh--though the rest of the show was pretty good.

The show begins with a gold robbery in which a guard is shot with his own gun. The two crooks make a getaway and drop the money in a cabinet--and it's almost immediately picked up and taken by boat to a secret headquarters. Because the shooting victim survived and could tell Five-O about the vehicle the two guys drove, the police have an idea that the criminals were from a local juvenile treatment facility. So, they send an undercover 'hip' cop (who looks all of 30) to pose as a new resident--and investigate who might have committed the crimes AND the mastermind. In the end, it all comes down to a showdown between good and evil...guess who wins! Overall, an interesting show despite dumb casting decisions. Worth seeing.


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