A man nominated to be a Justice on the U.S. Supreme Court asks Magnum to find a woman he last saw on December 6, 1941.

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A man nominated to be a Justice on the U.S. Supreme Court asks Magnum to find a woman he last saw on December 6, 1941.

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A Nominated Supreme Court Justice Seeks His Prostitute Bride from Pearl Harbor 1941
22 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Judge Robert Caine (Jose Ferrer) seeks his long lost wife Diane Westmore Pauley who he lost when Pearl Harbor was bombed. She's hiding a great secret that she wants to keep buried and she believes her "Bobby" was killed on the Arizona. Everyone Magnum asks about the picture of Diane from those days says they don't remember her but Magnum believes they are lying to him.

Footage of the bombing of Pearl Harbor appears to be from the moving "Tora, Tora, Tora".

To complicate matters, someone is willing to run Magnum off the road (and busting up Robin's Ferrari again in the process) and Higgins has roped him into a bridge game.


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