Hawaii Five-O

Season 6 Episode 2

Draw Me a Killer

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Sep 18, 1973 on CBS
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Random murders are being committed every six weeks. McGarrett struggles to understand the motives behind these crimes. A newspaper may hold the answer.

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Elliott Street

Elliott Street

Arthur

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Audrey Totter

Audrey Totter

Mrs Royce

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Susan Foster

Susan Foster

Mary Ellen Farmer

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Robert Witthans

Robert Witthans

Barber

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Harry Endo

Harry Endo

Che Fong

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Herman Wedemeyer

Herman Wedemeyer

Edward "Duke" Lukela

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • A newspaper is found under the body of the fourth victim (the lawyer). McGarrett notes that the date on the paper is two days earlier (which is why it grabs their attention). Later that day, having established the connection with the comic strip, McGarrett notes that the "lawyer" storyline had been completed "day before yesterday". However, looking at the two-day old strip makes it clear that the storyline was just starting, not ending, as the evil lawyer announces his intention of defrauding the heroine.

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  • NOTES (3)

    • The official syndication number for this episode is 7302.

    • Walter Yoshimitsu and James Severson are uncredited. The George Kennedy in this episode is not the well-known George Kennedy who has appeared in dozens of television shows and movies from the 1950s to the first decade of the 21st century.

    • Additional credits: Automobiles furnished by Ford Motor Company. Title Visualization: Reza S. Badiyi. Production Assistance and Financial consideration furnished by United Air Lines. (c) 1973 Columbia Broadcasting System Inc. Prod. No. 1310-1729-0453. Filmed entirely on location in Hawaii. A Leonard Freeman Production in association with The CBS Television Network.

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