Hawaii Five-O (1968–1980)
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Engaged to Be Buried 

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 ... See full summary »

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Rono
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Koa
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Shako
Donald Roessler ...
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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. Written by Bill Koenig

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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27 February 1973 (USA)  »

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Near the beginning of the episode, as an undercover police officer is surreptitiously taking photographs of Rono Vidalgo (Erik Estrada), the initial setup shows him watching Vidalgo's parked car from in front of the vehicle. Then the perspective changes to a view from behind Vidalgo's car as Vidalgo and Alia Kelly (Irene Tsu) enter the parked car, doing a freeze frame to black and white to simulate a photo being taken, even though the photographer has not moved. Then the shot changes again, and the photographer is once again observing the two of them getting into the parked car from in front of the vehicle. See more »

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Danny Williams: [after a car was blown up in front of his pool hall as a message] Steve, this is Mr. Hanolo, he says he knows nothing about the bomb.
Harold: An old car gets blown up. It happens.
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Brilliant Episode!!
15 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The following episode had the combination of the following elements: extortion, protection, retribution, and death. Valdaigo and his buddies enter the pool hall and tear up the cloth on the item. The owner is shocked and outraged at the damage of the property. Valdaigo and his pals paid him off with a $100 bill. The following episode had a former Chicago Police Officer retiring to Hawaii for a new life. Chin Ho Kelly's daughter goes out with Valdaigo behind his back. Valdaigo's second banana rigged the car outside the hospital. Both the officer and an innocent victim were mortally wounded in a car bomb explosion. The second banana is eventually booked for two counts second-degree murder. Chin Ho Kelley roughs up that hoodlum during the interrogation and saying "Why you ..." only to have McGarrett say "CHIN, .... CHIN .... one more outburst from you and you're off the case ... leave him alone. I would like to see that episode at least ten more times on a video tape.


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