Magnum, P.I. (1980–1988)
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Magnum goes to Sicily at the request of Robin Masters to rescue a friend's daughter who was being held by mobsters. Tom rescues the girl and brings her back to the estate and then trouble occurs.

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Magnum
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Higgins
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TC
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Orville 'Rick' Wright
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Katrina Tremaine
Jean Claudio ...
Marquis
Lenny Montana ...
Marquis' Bodyguard
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Margo Perina
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Maria, the Sicilian Cook
Wallace Merck ...
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College co-ed
Mark Tuinei ...
Samoan student
Wendell Martin Jr. ...
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Stanley Yamagata ...
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Magnum goes to Sicily at the request of Robin Masters to rescue a friend's daughter who was being held by mobsters. Tom rescues the girl and brings her back to the estate and then trouble occurs.

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4 February 1982 (USA)  »

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Marquis's bodyguard is played by Lenny Montana, the actor best known for his role as Luca Brasi in "The Godfather." See more »

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When Magnum makes his getaway with the rescued girl, a Sicilian minion shoots after him three times in quick succession - with a double-barreled shotgun. There is a cut before the third shot. The man would have needed to reload first. See more »

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Burly private investigator/Vietnam vet Thomas Magnum (Tom Selleck) is sent on a daring commando raid by his sometime client/landlord Robin Masters to rescue Katrina Tremaine (Ann Dusenberry) from the elegant Sicilian villa of a highly dangerous playboy marquis/mafioso (Jean Claudio).

How Katrina - daughter of a dear friend of Robin's, found herself in the clutches of a low-level nobleman with mafia ties is never properly explained. It seems like the plot was gleaned from a cheap paperback romance novel but it is depicted nicely.

Swiftly but with considerable difficulty and threat to life and limb Magnum extracts the lovely and quirky socialite from her captivity and brings her to Robin Masters luxurious Hawaiian estate via Masters' private jet.

Plagued by jet-lag and drained by the high adrenaline raid Magnum sleeps it off in the guest-house flat on the estate. He is thus ill-equipped to deal with Margo Perina (Mimi Rogers) - his neglected girlfriend who wants to know why he stood her up.

Determined to set things right with Margo, Magnum is distracted from an impending menace. It turns out that the mafioso and his goons have regrouped and traveled to the island. Katrina is almost certainly in danger as is Magnum. But an entirely unforeseen complication makes the situation dangerous for others in proximity too.

Not a bad episode in the series. We still don't get a detailed enough explanation of why Magnum gets to mooch off Robin the way he does. But we see him do something that substantially justifies at least some of it.

Ann Dusenberry should have had a more successful career in Hollywood. A versatile actress, we see examples of the seamless transitions she could pull off in delivering a multi-layered performance. For whatever reason she never quite got that big break that would have made all the difference.

Mimi Rogers, appearing here in one of her first screen roles, of course did get those big breaks and was a motion picture leading lady within five years of this episode's airing.

Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle Mark Tuinei has a cameo.


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