Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 20, 1968
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
CBS TV Network
Genre

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Hawaii Five-0 (1968) tv show photo

Hawaii Five-0 (1968)

Jack Lord played Steve McGarrett, head of an elite state police unit investigating "organized crime, murder, assassination attempts, foreign agents, felonies of every type."

Hawaii Five-0 (1968) - 12x20 Woe to Wo Fat Screenshot
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12x20 Woe to Wo Fat Aired: Apr. 05, 1980

McGarrett disguises himself as a famous scientist to help find a missing colleague, and finds himself locked in combat once again with Wo Fa …

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Canceled/Ended
The show had 12 seasons and 284 episodes air between 1968 and 1980.

Series Fun Facts

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  • Richard Boone (one of televisions biggest stars for having played Paladin on the 'Have Gun - Will Travel (1957)') was Leonard Freeman's first choice to play McGarrett. Despite the fact the…
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    Richard Boone (one of televisions biggest stars for having played Paladin on the 'Have Gun - Will Travel (1957)') was Leonard Freeman's first choice to play McGarrett. Despite the fact the Boone already lived in Hawaii, the actor turned down the role.
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  • Opening montage consists of: Breaking wave, which first appeared in the film Surfari (1967); a hula dancer, played by now-college professor Helen Kuoha-Torco; the "Lady Columbia" statue at…
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    Opening montage consists of: Breaking wave, which first appeared in the film Surfari (1967); a hula dancer, played by now-college professor Helen Kuoha-Torco; the "Lady Columbia" statue at the National Cemetary of the Pacific. Model Elizabeth Logue running down the beach; close-up of Ms. Logue from a side view; then 13-year-old local resident Mel Kinney; Elizabeth Logue turning toward camera; red neon sign, formerly the Tops restaurant in Waikiki Diamond Head; flashing blue light; Aloha Tower, Honolulu; Ilikai Hotel.
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  • For the ninth season, the Five-O offices moved out of the Iolani Palace and into an office building down the street (they moved back for the tenth season). Part of the reason was that the…
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    For the ninth season, the Five-O offices moved out of the Iolani Palace and into an office building down the street (they moved back for the tenth season). Part of the reason was that the Iolani Palace itself was undergoing a facelift; the other part was that CBS was building a new studio for the series, which wasn't ready in time for the early episodes. The Five-O office scenes were actually filmed in the office building, which was introduced in each ninth-season episode by showing the Iolani Palace with scaffolding over its facing and then quickly panning down the street to the office building. Sometimes an exterior shot of the office building would show McGarrett pacing in front of his "new" office window.
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