Hawaii Five-O: Season 9, Episode 5

Tour De Force, Killer Aboard (28 Oct. 1976)

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A plane arrives in Hawaii with 300 passengers aboard, including a tour group of 40. After everyone has left the plane, however, a stewardess discovers that one remaining passenger is dead, ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dan Williams
Kam Fong ...
Herman Wedemeyer ...
Robert Huston
Amanda McBroom ...
Sandi Welles
Boris Aplon ...
Al Eben ...
Linda Ryan ...
Hazel Parr
Bill Edwards ...
Susie Burke ...
Harold J.K. Iseke ...
Dave (as Harold Iseke)
Jerry Cox ...
Mel Proctor ...
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A plane arrives in Hawaii with 300 passengers aboard, including a tour group of 40. After everyone has left the plane, however, a stewardess discovers that one remaining passenger is dead, the victim of a stabbing with a thin instrument of some kind. Then a woman is discovered dead in a tropical park with a similar wound. Because the victim on the plane turns out to have been a CIA agent, McGarrett contacts Jonathan Kaye in Washington, and learns that the killer may be a mysterious hit man known only as "Raymond." With little information about either the killer or his intended victim, McGarrett assigns officer Sandi Welles (seen in the previous season's "Loose Ends Get Hit") to go undercover as a guide with the tour group from the plane, hoping that she can discover something. Written by aldanoli

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At the beginning of the show, a Boeing 707 arrives at the HNL airport. We then see the interior of the aircraft, which is consistent with this type of aircraft. However, after the body is found aboard, McGarrett asks the flight attendant how many people were aboard and she responds, "Three hundred." A 707 could not carry this many people. See more »

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Decent story - a few plot holes
14 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a decent story of a smooth talking assassin after an OPEC leader to destabilize the oil market.

Unfortunately, as the previous review said, Office Wells really some dumb things such as allowing herself to be taken when she knew what he planned to do. First, she got flubbed tripping him up on his history, then gets caught in his room, and lastly allowing herself to get to hotel. I assume it was not for her safety but exposing others to potential harm but hard to believe. In this episode, there is no book em charge.

I also thought McGarrett's near the end comment that Officer Wells, a police officer no less, should not be allowed to see the dead body was interesting but this was the early 70's.

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