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The Grandstand Play: Part II 

Gary Phillips, on the run and afraid of the police, narrowly escapes a murder attempt. McGarrett & Co. begin to piece together what really happened at the ball park. But the real killer is still determined to silence Gary.

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Kono
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Chin Ho
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Don Chastain ...
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Josie Over ...
Horton's Girl
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Holbrook
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Lily Ahn (as Sod Yong)
Tommy Fujiwara ...
Galvin (as Tom Fujiwara)
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Gary Phillips, on the run and afraid of the police, narrowly escapes a murder attempt. McGarrett & Co. begin to piece together what really happened at the ball park. But the real killer is still determined to silence Gary.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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10 March 1971 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The title is based upon a term used in American baseball when the players, grounds keepers, owners, behind the scene employers and even public officials or celebrities show off for the fans in the grandstands with stunts or actions that are not related to the game being played on the field. See more »

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The monogrammed, lipstick-stained handkerchief belonging to Emily Workman was first shown with a double lace border and the initials "E.W." embroidered in script. However, when McGarrett examines the article in his office, the single border has a different pattern and the initials are in plain block letters like rubber-stamping. Later in this 2-parter, the original pattern reappears. See more »

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Lou Horton: [to his girl] Don't you worry about Mr. Workman... Maybe he's not as smart as he thinks he is.
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