Jim and Arte must stop a deadly plot to kill a Hawaiian King on the high seas.




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Episode complete credited cast:
Adam Barclay
Miiko Taka ...
Haruko Ishuda
Pitt Herbert ...
Levering Mayhew David
George Keymas ...
Doctor I
Lou Straley ...
Doctor II
Carole Kane ...
Tiki Santos ...
King Kalakua
Reggie Valencia ...
Chinese Houseboy (as Soon Taik Oh)
Peter Hale ...
Myron Kendrick
Dock Guard
Mel Prestidge ...


Jim and Arte must stop a deadly plot to kill a Hawaiian King on the high seas.

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17 March 1967 (USA)  »

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The Hawaiian monarchy began in 1819 When Kamehameha I became king of all the islands - previously, rule of the islands had been divided among several kings. At the beginning of the presidency of Ulysses Grant, the king of Hawaii was Kamehameha V, who ruled from 30 November 1863 to 11 December 1872. He died childless and was succeeded by William Charles Lunalilo, who was elected by the Hawaiian legislature and ruled as Lunalilo I. He also died childless, and his elected successor was Kalakaua, born David La'amea Kamanakapu'u Mahinulani Nalaiaehuokalani Lumialani Kalakaua (referred to here as "King Kalakua") and sometimes called The Merrie Monarch. He was the last reigning king of the Kingdom of Hawaii, ruling from 12 February 1874 until his death on 20 January 1891. (Therefore this episode takes place between 12 February 1874 and 4 March 1877.) Hawaii's next and final monarch was Kalakaua's sister Queen Liliuokalani who reigned until the kingdom was abolished in 1893. (The Hawaiian Republic lasted 1893-1898 before the islands were annexed as United States territory.) Kalakaua was well-traveled, making a trip completely around the world in 1881, becoming the first reigning monarch of any nation to do so. See more »


When Barclay gives the order to fire, he starts a countdown from ten. At the time, the standard procedure was to count up from one to a predetermined number, usually five or ten. The countdown in its present form was developed in 1929 by Fritz Lang for Woman in the Moon, as Lang felt that counting down to zero increased the dramatic effect. See more »


Adam Barclay: I have the perfect secretary, Mr. West.
James T. West: Congratulations.
Adam Barclay: Efficient as a stiletto, silent as the grave, and discrete as a hangman's wife.
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References Dr. No (1962) See more »

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