Magnum, P.I. (1980–1988)
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Don't Eat the Snow in Hawaii: Part 2 

Magnum continues to learn about the framing of his dead Naval pal. He looks for a female drug dealer, an Arab gold buyer and a mobster.

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Magnum
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Higgins
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TC
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Rick
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Alice Cook
W.K. Stratton ...
Ensign Healy (as W. K. Stratton)
Allen Williams ...
Lieutenant Dan Cook, USN
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Naval Medical Examiner
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Trusseau
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Captain Cooly
Dorit Stevens ...
Inge
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Greta (as Yuliis Ruval)
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Ski (as Jeff Mackay)
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Seaman Wolfe
Murray Salem ...
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Magnum continues to learn about the framing of his dead Naval pal. He looks for a female drug dealer, an Arab gold buyer and a mobster.

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11 December 1980 (USA)  »

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Magnum PI - Don't Eat the Snow in Hawaii 2
24 June 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Follow up closes Magnum's investigation into his Navy buddy's death, has him confront his attraction to the dead officer's sis (Shoop), find nemesis Coolly (Fritz Weaver) dead at the hands of smuggler La Bull (Robert Loggia), and finally encountering the man responsible for his friend's demise. Judge Reinhold has a very funny bit part as a nervous security guard who Magnum convinces he's Navy (Magnum got out his old uniform) so that he could gain access to Coolly's records. WK Stratton is an ensign for the NIA who helps Magnum to a point. Rick takes care of a hired Hawaiian thug that nearly kills Higgins (Magnum had to give the Ferrari over to him, and the thug got mixed up), and had attempted to shoot Magnum but a car crash halted that kill mission. Loggia was a soldier fighting alongside Magnum and others in Nam. Shoop and Selleck have good chemistry, Magnum and Higgins' rivalry is always entertaining, and Magnum's pals, TC and Rick (actual name, Orville!) complement Selleck well. It's no surprise this show took off. Selleck oozes charisma and confidence in this role, at home in the character. Lots of lush Hawaiian scenery and lovely women only enhances the show.


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