Hawaii Five-O

Season 4 Episode 4

3,000 Crooked Miles To Honolulu

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Oct 05, 1971 on CBS
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Five-O is up against a sophisticated gang who have come to Hawaii to cash $750,000 in traveler's checks.

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    Jack Lord

    Jack Lord

    Steve McGarrett

    James MacArthur

    James MacArthur

    Danny "Danno" Williams

    Kam Fong

    Kam Fong

    Chin Ho Kelly

    Zulu

    Zulu

    Kono Kalakaua

    Glenn Cannon

    Glenn Cannon

    Foxy O'Neill (uncredited)

    Guest Star

    Jo Ann Larsen

    Jo Ann Larsen

    Stewardess

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    Judi Meredith

    Judi Meredith

    Nurse Higgins

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    Peggy Ryan

    Peggy Ryan

    Jenny Sherman

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • During the hospital scene in which the hapless "Whitney Davis" is shot, the killer also confiscates an envelope full of traveler's checks. In the very next scene, the Professor is shown doling out packets of traveler's checks to his group, a few people at a time. Clearly, the people were not given the checks until after they left the plane and checked into the hotel.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • McGarrett: (over the airplane intercom as squad cars surround the plane) Ladies and gentlemen, this is not your captain. There will be no departure time and your trip will last fifteen to twenty years. Please look out your passenger-side windows. Aloha. Aloha, suckers.

    • NOTES (4)

      • The official syndication number for this episode is 7103.

      • Glenn Cannon, who played the crook that suffered the seizure on the plane, would later join the cast in the recurring role of Attorney General John Manicotte in Season 5.

      • Buddy Ebsen's appearance on this episode came just a few months after his long running series, "The Beverly Hillbillies," was cancelled as part of CBS television's infamous "Rural Purge".

      • At the end of this episode, you can hear McGarrett saying "Aloha, Suckers!" to a plane loaded with crooks.

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