Hawaii Five-O (1968–1980)
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Draw Me a Killer 

A psychotic young man is obsessed with the comic strip character "Judy Moon" and as a result of that obsession he murders three men who are dead ringers for villains that threaten "Judy" in... See full summary »


Charles S. Dubin (as Charles Dubin)


Leonard Freeman (created by), Walter Black

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Lord ... Det. Steve McGarrett
James MacArthur ... Danny Williams
Al Harrington ... Ben
Kam Fong ... Chin Ho
Elliott Street ... Arthur
Audrey Totter ... Mrs. Royce
Susan Foster Susan Foster ... Mary Ellen
Nora Marlowe Nora Marlowe ... Verna
Tom Hatten ... Palmer
Jean Tarrant Jean Tarrant ... Dr. Bishop
Harry Endo Harry Endo ... Che Fong
Herman Wedemeyer ... Duke
George M. Kennedy George M. Kennedy ... John G. Lott (as George Kennedy)
Clement Low Clement Low ... Ho Toy
Robert Witthans Robert Witthans ... Barber


A psychotic young man is obsessed with the comic strip character "Judy Moon" and as a result of that obsession he murders three men who are dead ringers for villains that threaten "Judy" in the comic strip. Danny is then chosen to act as bait to flush the killer out. However, things become complicated when a young woman who resembles "Judy" is being stalked by the killer. Written by Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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Release Date:

19 September 1973 (USA) See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Danno's Five-o badge number is 1219. See more »


When Arthur confronts Danny, Danny is standing with a doorway to an apartment building on his right side (Arthur's left). From just inside the building, McGarrett speaks under his breath to Danno, telling him when to dive for cover. Danno does, and Arthur starts blazing away. But when McGarrett does a tuck-and-roll to get to Arthur while underneath his bullets, McGarrett lands on his right shoulder (coming in on Arthur's right side) when he should be diving to his left.

Arthur confronts Danny, Danny is near a doorway, McGarrett speaks to him and they both get out of the way, but there is no duck and cover on either part (not shown anyhow). McGarrett is standing the entire time and his position is entirely continuous. See more »

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Interesting psychological episode.
19 February 2016 | by captgage-1See all my reviews

I remember seeing this amusingly creepy episode over 30 years ago on CBS Late Night, when they reran it under the alternate title "McGarrett." I thought the premise was fascinating and fresh. When someone says something the serial killer doesn't like, the look on his face is foreboding. It was haunting how seeing the villains in the comic strip foreshadowed the murders. It's nice when writers come up with off-the-beaten-path episode ideas. After all, how else can you keep a show going for so many years? The Judy Moon lookalike was a nice twist. Ironically, Dan Williams was ideal for the climactic gambit: he always did remind me of a Doonesbury character! As always, McGarrett and the Five-0 team get through it with stoic professionalism.

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