Hawaii Five-O: Season 2, Episode 9

The Singapore File (19 Nov. 1969)

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McGarrett receives a phone call from a woman in Singapore saying that she can witness against a local mobster. McGarret immediately flies to Singapore to retrieve her. The mobster in Hawaii... See full summary »



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Episode complete credited cast:
Zulu ...
Kam Fong ...
Nicole Wylie
Peggy Ryan ...
Freda May Bird ...
Mrs. Gladden
Raymond Tan ...
Inspector Fong
Bunny Kahanamoku ...
Dan Leegant ...
Lee Ravasco (as Daniel Leegant)
Dick Brady ...


McGarrett receives a phone call from a woman in Singapore saying that she can witness against a local mobster. McGarret immediately flies to Singapore to retrieve her. The mobster in Hawaii knowing that the girl can finger him, has a contract put out on both McGarrett and the girl. Unable to get to the airport, they board a ship bound for the Philippines, where their lives are threatened again. As Chin Ho arrives in Manila, another hit man is waiting for them. Written by Doug Leighton

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The white car used by the Singapore cop is a mid-1960s Nissan Bluebird (known in the USA as the Datsun 410). See more »


When McGarrett hot-wires a car in Singapore, a Hawaii state vehicle inspection tag can be seen on the rear bumper of the car. See more »


Inspector Fong: [Warning McGarrett] Mr. McGarrett, exotic Singapore is often called the jewel of the Orient by you Americans... But it is also many other things. It is a city of sinister entanglements... The night shadows hide great dangers.
Det. Steve McGarrett: Thank you, Inspector.
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Singapore File
19 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was one of the most sexy episodes I have see Jack Lord in. He was incredibly sexy. I wish they had more shows written around his incredible sex appeal. What a hunk. I still have not seen any modern day actors more sexy. At 47 years old none of the young actors of today can hold a candle even close. Jack you sexy guy. The fact that this series ran for 12 years, and is still running on syndication on many stations proves what a complete success this show was. I have watched many episodes and have been watching them for years. I wish Jack was still living, but he will be living through his great work. His shows will be on for generations to come. Virginia

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