Hawaii Five-O (1968–1980)
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Yes, My Deadly Daughter 

The top financial aide to Chang Liu, the head of one of the islands' crime syndicates, is ambushed and killed when he tries to return to Hawaii surreptitiously via helicopter. The killers ... See full summary »



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Episode complete credited cast:
Kam Fong ...
Herman Wedemeyer ...
Irene Yah-Ling Sun ...
Lee Mei Liu
Jerry Quan
Paul Hecht ...
Kwan Hi Lim ...
Chang Liu
Harry Endo ...
Remi Abellira ...
Bobby Kalani
Len Ross ...
Lou Benson
Ronald Black ...
Reginold F.H. Ho ...
Tony (as Reggie Ho)
Soo Yong ...
Carl R. Botefuhr ...
Ray Vincent (as Carl Botefuhr)


The top financial aide to Chang Liu, the head of one of the islands' crime syndicates, is ambushed and killed when he tries to return to Hawaii surreptitiously via helicopter. The killers are all members of a street gang that normally wouldn't take on a criminal organization like Chang Liu's, but the gang members have inside information given by someone close to Chang Liu - his daughter. Then Chang Liu and Five-O each try to find the $4 million in laundered money that Chang Liu's aide was bringing with him when he was ambushed. Written by aldanoli

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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16 December 1976 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


The exteriors of the house where Chang Liu (Kwan Hi Lim) lives is the same as the house of the character Mendoza (Simon Oakland) in the eighth season episode, "The Waterfront Steal". Chang Liu and Mendoza each have a daughter who tries to betray her father. See more »


Danny takes off in a black sedan with blue interior. While he is en-route and when he arrives at his destination he is in a black sedan with red interior. See more »

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Excellent....except for the glaring plot hole.
2 April 2012 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Kwan Hi Lim was one of the most frequent guests on "Hawaii Five-O" and almost always played slimy, evil people. Hit men or mob bosses were his specialty, but if I am not mistaken, he was a lawyer in real life! The show begins with an ambush--some illegal money is being slipped into Hawaii by helicopter but another group of crooks have decided to take the money and kill the couriers. Liu is angry--that was HIS illegally gotten money and his position as mob boss would be in jeopardy if other hoods saw that he was vulnerable. But he has no idea who was behind this heist and he is desperate to find out FAST. However, McGarrett is well aware of what has occurred and he hopes to get the money back before Liu can--thus destroying this mob boss' power. But, and here's the kicker, there is someone close to Liu who has betrayed him--set him up for this robbery and who wants to see him fall. And, this betrayer is one cold and evil person...

I could say more about the episode but don't want to give away the plot. Suffice to say that it's very well done and very interesting from start to finish. Well worth seeing. HOWEVER, be aware that there is a serious plot hole in the show near the end. Liu's #1 man has been trying to locate the stolen money. At the end, when he and the culprit go to get the money, Liu and his men are waiting there. How did they know where to wait?! This is not possible and is a glaring plot problem.

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