Hawaii Five-O: Season 6, Episode 2

Draw Me a Killer (19 Sep. 1973)

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A psychotic young man is obsessed with the comic strip character "Judy Moon" and as a result of that obsession he murders three men who are dead ringers for villains that threaten "Judy" in... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dan Williams
Al Harrington ...
Kam Fong ...
Audrey Totter ...
Mrs. Royce
Susan Foster ...
Nora Marlowe ...
Jean Tarrant ...
Dr. Bishop
Harry Endo ...
Herman Wedemeyer ...
George M. Kennedy ...
John G. Lott (as George Kennedy)
Clement Low ...
Ho Toy
Robert Witthans ...


A psychotic young man is obsessed with the comic strip character "Judy Moon" and as a result of that obsession he murders three men who are dead ringers for villains that threaten "Judy" in the comic strip. Danny is then chosen to act as bait to flush the killer out. However, things become complicated when a young woman who resembles "Judy" is being stalked by the killer. Written by Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>

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Arthur's weapon is a .32 caliber, eight-shot Beretta. In the final confrontation, he gets off seven of the eight rounds before McGarrett dives into the picture and fires, hitting Arthur in the leg. This is at least the third episode where McGarrett shows "mercy" on an inept gunman (the others were a 1969 episode about bubonic plague and 1971's "Two Doves and Mr. Heron"). See more »


When Arthur confronts Danny, Danny is standing with a doorway to an apartment building on his right side (Arthur's left). From just inside the building, McGarrett speaks under his breath to Danno, telling him when to dive for cover. Danno does, and Arthur starts blazing away. But when McGarrett does a tuck-and-roll to get to Arthur while underneath his bullets, McGarrett lands on his right shoulder (coming in on Arthur's right side) when he should be diving to his left! See more »

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Elliott Street got some interesting roles on "Hawaii Five-O"
15 March 2011 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

A few seasons earlier, Elliott Street played a slovenly mentally challenged man on an episode entitled "Grandstand Play" on "Hawaii Five-O". Now in "Draw Me a Killer", he plays a slovenly crazy guy who is a serial killer! Wow, did he get some 'interesting' roles on this show!!

The show begins with Street walking into a pawn shop and shooting the owner repeatedly--and referring to him as 'Ling Po'--though that is NOT his name. This is apparently the third killing he's done--all with three shots from the same gun, all with apparently no motive and all about 42 days apart. Because of the seeming random nature of the killings, Five-O is stumped. Only later, after one more killing, does Steve realize what the motive might be--the killer is crazy and believes he's helping a comic character named 'Judy Moon'. And so, whenever Judy is threatened by someone in the comic strip, the crazy killer finds someone who looks like the villain and shoots him--all to save his beloved Judy! It gets even creepier when the guy sees a woman who he thinks is THE Judy Moon and it takes a trap by Five-O to draw him out--but will the new villain, Danny, survive when the comic's creator draws him in the strip? It sure is a risky trap!

This one is delightfully creative--and it didn't matter that the show was in its sixth season--this one is not like any previous episode! In addition, the plot is engaging--and it's hard to hate the killer as he's clearly deranged. Cool stuff.

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