Hawaiian Eye (1959–1963)
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An Echo of Honor 

Tracy Steele runs into a murder while investigating strange jewel thefts.




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Episode cast overview:
Tracy Steele
Cricket Blake
Poncie Ponce ...
Maj. John Kirby
Eleanor Temple
Carolyn Barnes
Sam Austin
Paul Dubov ...
Douglas Mossman ...
Moke (as Doug Mossman)
Madge Barlow
Makee K. Blaisdell ...
Sgt. Alika (as Makee Blaisdell)
Helen Higgins ...
Desk Clerk


Tracy Steele runs into a murder while investigating strange jewel thefts.

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4 April 1962 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Touching, poignant episode
23 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

This is one of the best from Season Three. I really enjoyed the bittersweet interactions between two of the principal characters (played by Philip Reed and Dawn Wells), giving a poignant inner emotional dimension to the story (relatively rare for the series). This is enhanced by I believe the music of Max Steiner with these characters at about the 24 minute point and the end 48 minute location. I am reminded in association of the "Bittersweet" interactions between Anthony (played by Donald Davis) and Annie (played by Yvette Mimieux)in JOY IN THE MORNING (1965). I am also reminded similarly in the excellent RAWHIDE episode, "Incident of the Dust Flower," with the touching interactions between Sophie (played by Margaret Phillips) and Henry (played by Tom Drake).

So kudos for the writers and spot-on cast for this HAWAIIAN EYE episode! By the way, you can go to the "External Sites" section to hear the music. Thank you.

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