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Little Girl Blue 

Two men kidnap a young girl and hole up in a World War II bunker on Diamond Head. McGarrett and his men must rescue the child from the desperate criminals.

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Det. Steve McGarrett
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Danny Williams
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Ben
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Chin Ho
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Luther (as Ronald Feinberg)
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Frank
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Eadie Scott
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Marian Scott
Brook Graham ...
Debbie Scott
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Duke
Harry Endo ...
Che Fong
Josie Over ...
Anna
Larry Shiraishi ...
Officer Cardos
Arte McCollough ...
Tom Ewa
Winona Collins ...
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Storyline

Two men kidnap a little girl. Cornered, they hide out in a bunker that overlooks a highway. One of the men is brain damaged from a war injury and the other has a weak heart. The men have enough weapons to hold off the authorities. McGarrett & Co. desperately try to find a way to rescue the girl in time. Written by Bill Koenig

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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13 February 1973 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Majority of the scenes/footage are from the previous episode "And I want some candy and a gun that shoots" See more »

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While at the scene of the hostage situation at the bunker, McGarrett is informed that Che Fong found evidence of a sedative in the kidnapped little girl's chocolate. McGarrett orders Ben to arrest the child's caretaker, referring to her by both her first and last names, even though no one has mentioned her name, and McGarrett would have had no way to know her name at that point. See more »

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