Hawaii Five-O (1968–1980)
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Small Witness, Large Crime 

A hit man takes a shot at a man on a boat arriving in Honolulu harbor from a distance of about a half mile, using an old tower on Sand Island as his sniper's nest. An apparently homeless ... See full summary »

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Det. Steve McGarrett
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Danny Williams
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Chin Ho
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Frances
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Dix Kercheval
Joshua N. Farin ...
Moki
Harry Endo ...
Che Fong
Douglas Mossman ...
Frank Kamana
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Duke
Elizabeth Smith ...
Rosalei
Ted Nobriga ...
Judge Keona (as Ted F. Nobriga)
Tommy Fujiwara ...
Tommy (as Thomas Fujiwara)
Wright Esser ...
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Walter Yoshimitsu ...
Technician
Richard Villard ...
Banker (as Richard L. Villard)
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A hit man takes a shot at a man on a boat arriving in Honolulu harbor from a distance of about a half mile, using an old tower on Sand Island as his sniper's nest. An apparently homeless boy named Moki, however, witnesses the hit man as he fires the shot. The hit man gives chase, but Moki escapes. McGarrett manages to locate the boy and sends him to juvenile detention for his own protection, but he does not figure on the intervention of Frances Chai, a crusading deputy public defender. Written by aldanoli

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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28 January 1975 (USA)  »

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Frances drives to the beach to find a young boy. When she arrives, she's driving fast and lands her car in some deep sand and appears to have her car hung up. A minute later when she returns to her car, it's been relocated 20 feet, out of the sand and easy for her to drive away. See more »

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