Hawaii Five-O

Season 1 Episode 4

Strangers In Our Own Land

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Oct 03, 1968 on CBS
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While investigating the assassination of a native-Hawaiian official, McGarrett learns that some fellow Hawaiians resented the victim's pro-development policies.

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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

Jeanne Bates

Jeanne Bates

Grace Willis

Guest Star

Milton Hibdon

Milton Hibdon

Saunders

Guest Star

Danny Kaleikini

Danny Kaleikini

Kamaki

Guest Star

Richard Denning

Richard Denning

Governor Paul Jameson

Recurring Role

Maggi Parker

Maggi Parker

May

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • At the end of the first act when McGarrett answers a call in his car, his car radio has a receiver that actually looks like a telephone receiver. This is the only appearance of that prop in the series.

    • Kono's hair in the final scenes of this episode reveal sloppy editing. When he's shown in a shot with McGarrett, his hair is in disarray. When he is shown in a close-up where he quotes the episode's title, his hair is combed. The final shot shows Kono with McGarrett and again his hair is disheveled.

  • QUOTES (1)

  • NOTES (4)

    • Additional credits:

      Automobiles furnished by Ford Motor Company
      Production assistance and consideration provided by United Airlines
      Filmed entirely on location in Hawaii
      A Leonard Freeman Production in association with the CBS Television Network

    • Both Hilo Hattie (Mrs. Kapali) and Danny Kaleikini (Kamaki) were popular musical performers in Hawaii. They even performed together as musical entertainers. Hilo Hattie was known for her comic hula style in songs like "Princess Pupule Has Plenty Papayas" and "When Hilo Hattie Does the Hula Hop," quite a contrast with her soulful appearance as the heartbroken Mrs. Kapali in this episode. Danny Kaleikini performed at the Kahala Hilton (now Mandarin Oriental) for 30 years. He was also known for his charity work.

    • The official syndication number for this episode is 6802.

    • Danny Kaleikini (Kamaki) was mistakenly credited as Danny Kaleikine.

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