Magnum, TC and Nuzo had escaped from a North Vietnamese POW camp during the Vietnam War. Nuzo returns to Hawaii and tells TC that the brutal Russian Colonel who was at the camp has returned to the U.S. and is going to kill him.

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Magnum, TC and Nuzo had escaped from a North Vietnamese POW camp during the Vietnam War. Nuzo returns to Hawaii and tells TC that the brutal Russian Colonel who was at the camp has returned to the U.S. and is going to kill him.

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Reunites three members of the cast of Black Sheep Squadron (1976): series regular Larry Manetti, series semi-regular Jeff MacKay, and guest star James Whitmore Jr. See more »

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The 'rocket pods' on the H-6 T.C. steals from the Marines wouldn't work. Not only are the fins deployed (the fins on military rockets deploy after firing) but instead of being in pods the rockets are seemingly held together by a wire frame so if T.C. actually attempted to fire them either the whole pod would come off or they would immediately explode. See more »

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Thomas Sullivan Magnum III: Did you see the sunrise this morning?
Ivan: Yes, why?
[Magnum spins around and fires at Ivan]
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References The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) See more »

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best Magnum episode
21 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The final scene proves that Magnum was indeed a hardened combat veteran.

His usual "nice guy" persona is altered by the deservedly so cold bloodedness of his action.

This is my favorite Magnum episode because of this final scene. It is also not one containing any "other worldly" stuff or Magnum's "little voice" or any comedy. I don't mind those things in the context of other stories but all would be totally inappropriate in this episode.

Serious and compelling. After seeing it "first run" i waded thru years of reruns before i saw it again


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