Hawaii Five-O (1968–1980)
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Not That Much Different 

The leader of a band of protesters is killed while confronting the general of a foreign nation. Authorities initially believe it was an assassination attempt on the general's life. Five-O, ... See full summary »

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Manning West
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Ned Horvath
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Carole Matthews
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Paul Brechtman
Ann Prentiss ...
Lannie Devereaux (as Anne Prentiss)
Linda Ansai ...
Jackie Ito
Sperry MacNaughton ...
Julian Scott
Tim Tindall ...
Hansen
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Che Fong (as Daniel Kamekona) (credit only)
Chuck Couch ...
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Walter P. Young Sr. ...
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The leader of a band of protesters is killed while confronting the general of a foreign nation. Authorities initially believe it was an assassination attempt on the general's life. Five-O, however, turns up leads that the lead protester was the intended victim of the killer. McGarrett & Co. probe the backgrounds of the other protesters. While the young people protested for peace, it turns out some of them did have motive. Written by Bill Koenig

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5 March 1969 (USA)  »

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At the end Manning says, "It's better to command in hell than serve in heaven. Someone said that." He is referring to John Milton's Paradise Lost, originally published in 1668, a poem concerning Adam and Eve and their expulsion from Eden. Manning quotes it incorrectly. The proper quote is, "Better to reign in Hell, than serve in Heaven." See more »

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In the final scene Manning is wearing loafers without socks as he leads Ned to the cliff. During the chase scene on the rocks, and when Manning falls after being shot he is wearing sneakers with socks. When McGarrett approaches Manning as he is lying on the rocks with his wound bleeding Manning is wearing sock less loafers again. See more »

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Det. Steve McGarrett: [about Lannie] She didn't kill Julian.
Danny: How can you be so sure?
Det. Steve McGarrett: Cop instinct.
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We all want Peace Baby.
17 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A visiting General is on the Island and the flower children just want him to read their "Peace Magazine" and the world will be all right. But there is a shooting into the crowd. It is assumed the assassin missed the General and the leader of the peace group is dead, right in front of McGarrett. McGarrett has to convince the flower children he is a "Peace Officer" and not the enemy, they really are "Not that Much Different." In the meantime, they have to convince themselves that all their members are peace lovers too. Hawaii 50 played out in the Sixties and Seventies with subjects that mirrored the times. Another murder, with interesting characters as always, and a police "Special force" that stood around a lot and waited for their boss to tell them what to do so he could solve the crime and keep the island safe for tourist.


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