The following pictures were taken during my trip to Hawaii, which included the Five-O Reunion held at the Hawaii Film Studio (Five-O soundstage) on Friday evening, January 22, 1999. As of February, 2018, some of the pictures have been updated and a couple of new ones added.
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Invitation to the reunion.
Entrance to the film studio with banner celebrating the reunion.
The Reunion is opened with a blessing in Hawaiian and English.
Carey Anderson, organizer of the reunion, and emcee Doug Mossman ("Frank Kemana").
Doug Mossman addresses the crowd. The painting by Dexter Doi is seen on the left.
Honolulu Police Chief Lee Donohue presents Dennis Chun with a photo of himself and Dennis's father Kam Fong taken on the set of Five-O many years ago. To the left: Doug Mossman and Harry Endo. (Dennis played a few minor roles on the show.)
Harry Endo ("Che Fong") expresses thanks for receiving his Five-O badge. On the left, Doug Mossman, on the right, Carey Anderson and Honolulu Police Chief Lee Donohue.
Doug Mossman and Harry Endo.
Mrs. Lord interviewed for the TV show "Inside Edition."
Another view of the interview.
Mrs. Lord stops to talk with some people on her way out of the reunion.
Mrs. Lord on her way out of the reunion.
MINGLING WITH CAST AND CREW
With Dennis Chun and his family.
Actors Ed Fernandez and Jimmy Borges with casting director Dick Kindelon.
Harry Endo (Che Fong) and character actor Seth Sakai with their spouses.
Moe ("Truck") Keale and Dennis Chun show off the badges they received.
With character actor Fred Ball, who -- among his other credits -- played a resuscitated corpse in the episode Frozen Assets.
With character actor Seth Sakai, who played a wide variety of parts during the series ranging from cops to crooks.
With character actor Robert Witthans (center), who portrayed McGarrett's barber, military bigshots and gangsters and Kevin Suarez who painted a picture of Jack Lord that was auctioned.
With John Nordlum, Jack Lord's stand-in and stunt double and owner of McGarrett's Mercury Grand Marquis.
The 1974 Mercury Grand Marquis.
Dodging bullets and calling for help!
View of the tables where various Five-O merchandise was being sold.
Another view of the sales tables. The man wearing a flower lei is Dexter Doi, who created the reunion poster.
SOME FIVE-O LOCATIONS AROUND TOWN
Outside the Iolani Palace, home of Five-O. Just prior to this picture being taken, there was a car crash to my right!
The War Memorial Natatorium, usually the site of criminal activity on Five-O. In a state of serious deterioration, it will be restored soon at a cost of several million dollars.
On my way into the War Memorial Natatorium. The picture is slightly out of focus because just as it was taken, a terrific gust of wind blew past us!
The Dillingham Fountain east of the War Memorial Natatorium that McGarrett drives past in some early season episodes. Taken in a hurry since we were parked in front of someone's driveway.
Standing in front of the statue at the Punchbowl Memorial Cemetery featured in the show's opening credits.
A closer look at the statue from the opening credits.
What is that ticking noise I hear?
View showing the Aloha Tower and sailing ship in the background, both featured in episodes of the show.