Sanford and Son (1972–1977)
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The Hawaiian Connection: Part 2 

Fred and Lamont visit Hawaii tourist attractions while running for their lives from the jewel thieves.

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Lamont Sanford
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Himself
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Aunt Esther Anderson
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Bubba Bexley
Nathaniel Taylor ...
Rollo Larson
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Officer 'Smitty' Smith
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First Cop
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Gladys
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Percy
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Freddy Wills
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Davis
Fritzi Burr ...
Woman on Plane
Frank Nelson ...
Co-Pilot
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Fred and Lamont visit Hawaii tourist attractions while running for their lives from the jewel thieves.

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1 October 1976 (USA)  »

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The woman who Fred had the altercation with on the flight to Hawaii was on the flight home as well because she couldn't get a room due to the junk convention. First off, who flies all the way to a place without knowing if rooms were available, and secondly, a junk collector's convention would hardly be something that would cause all the rooms in Honolulu to be booked for a certain period of time. See more »

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Japanese Tourist: Thank you and sayonara.
Fred G. Sanford: And Sarah Vaughn.
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References Hawaii Five-O (1968) See more »

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Hawaiian War Chant
(Kaua I Ka Huahua'i)
by Prince Leleiohoku.
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Sheldon Leonard and Pat Paulsen
19 November 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Hawaiian Connection" concludes with a lengthy chase through Honolulu, Sanford and Son being pursued by jewel robbery masterminds Davis (Sheldon Leonard) and Freddy Wills (Greg Morris), who have stashed their haul in Fred's luggage (we get the expected cameo from local legend Don Ho, singing "Beer Barrel Polka"). The culprits are eventually apprehended and the return flight finds hatchet faced Fritzi Burr (eighth of ten) again on board, and co-pilot Frank Nelson (fourth of six) offering greetings to 'Wilbur and Orville' ("that's Wright!"). The diamonds finally show up back in Los Angeles, where Officer Smitty (Hal Williams) takes them into custody, accompanied by one time only partner Percy (Pat Paulsen, who hasn't much to do).


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