The Adventures of McGraw: Season 1, Episode 37

The Long Aloha (18 Mar. 1958)
"Meet McGraw" The Long Aloha (original title)

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In Hawaii, a friend of McGraw's is murdered by a poison dart in the middle of a barbecue party. Partners in his import/export company are suspected.

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Frank Lovejoy ...
McGraw
Mari Aldon ...
Bernice Brown
BarBara Luna ...
Yoshiko Ross (as Barbara Luna)
Shepperd Strudwick ...
Dillon Brent
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Police Lieutenant
Frances Fong ...
Mrs. Soong
Robert Kino ...
Henry Takato
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Native Beauty
Gai Lee ...
BellBoy
Beal Wong ...
Charles Soong
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In Hawaii, a friend of McGraw's is murdered by a poison dart in the middle of a barbecue party. Partners in his import/export company are suspected.

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The long goodbye - or hello
8 May 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

McGraw is in Hawaii and while at a party, one of the guests, Charles Soong, is murdered by a poisoned dart from a blow gun. Soong was a partner in the Southern Cross Trading Company. The other two partners, Dillon Brent and Yohiko Ross were also at the party as were Brent's girlfriend and Soong's widow.Soon after Soong's funeral, Brent comes to McGraw and shows him a threatening note he received and McGraw agrees to act as his bodyguard. McGraw then receives a threatening note telling him to go home so, of course, he is determined to stay and get to the bottom of Soong's murder. Unusual for a half hour show, there are plenty of suspects. McGraw sorts it all out and the ending is a real corker. This was Barbara Luna's second filmed appearance (as Yohiko Ross) and she was very good in it. Frank Lovejoy, as usual, was superb as McGraw.


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