The Hawaii Five-O Home Page Guestbook -- December 2007



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does anyone know if there are any hawaii five o tours in oahu? i would love to come and see as many places as i could like lolani palace ,the byodo-in temple , the top floor of the ilikai hotel ect.. wofat@cablespeed.com thanks
tony
pasadena, md - Friday, December 28, 2007 at 06:43:31 (PST)
does anybody know the show in which a Russian Tennis Player defected to the US? [Episode #222, Deadly Doubles - MQ] My brother was on the Honolulu PD and on his off days he worked on that show....I would love to get a copy of it and give it to him for his Birthday thats coming up.....Thank You David Palmer.....PalmerDavidL@bellsouth.net
David Palmer
Memphis, TN United States - Wednesday, December 26, 2007 at 13:56:56 (PST)
GREAT...Just great. Perhaps the greatest TV series of all time. Merry Christmas Jack. You are gone, but not forgotton.
michael sweig
chicago, IL - Tuesday, December 25, 2007 at 17:39:42 (PST)
Wonderful TV Series. But in portuguese the responsable for the edition in Brazil killed the series because these are not dubbed in our language as were in the exibihition on TV Lost time and money did this, American when make a film as DVD should know that the country language is important for the sucess of the product. I saw several excellent TV series only in spanish, english and japanese in Brazil... People doesn't buy! What a pity! Lost the opportunites!
Luiz Carlos Martins Caldas
Campinas, SP Brazil - Tuesday, December 25, 2007 at 04:03:40 (PST)
Merry CHRISTmas to Five-O fans all over the world! May God bless you!
don moore
Mt. Holly, NC USA - Tuesday, December 25, 2007 at 01:42:37 (PST)
Mike Q: Hope you have a happy holiday and I certainly appreciate all you've done with the fabulous Five-O site. I'd be even more clueless without it! Hope you and yours have the very best of everything.
S.M. Wynn
Miami, Fl USA - Monday, December 24, 2007 at 11:06:53 (PST)
# 244 "A Distant Thunder" from Season 11 11/9/78
Henry P Tercyak
North Haven, CT USA - Monday, December 24, 2007 at 07:07:42 (PST)
King of the Hill, one of the all time classics. I thought the great Yaphet Kotto made this episode go go go. That performance was Emmy worthy!
rob
atlanta, ga usa - Friday, December 21, 2007 at 14:36:40 (PST)
Well it lookslike we are not going to get all of Five0. When they put out a season on DVD that need to have it all. Not leave some out because some people get a bit upset. And look at itlike this. Bord She Hung Herself....islike 30 years old... Get real people... We want to see everything Right!
SegaRolow
Moreno Valley , Ca USA! - Friday, December 21, 2007 at 13:55:11 (PST)
I'm looking for a 1978 episode of Five O scripted from the Skokie march incident where one of the detectives (the same actor who played the preacher in 'Hang 'Em High) had to infiltrate a gang of neo-nazis. I need to know what season to get on DVD. Thanks DLR
Daniel Russell
Austin, TX - Thursday, December 20, 2007 at 15:41:07 (PST)
Odd man In #86
Henry P Tercyak
North Haven, CT USA - Saturday, December 15, 2007 at 10:20:32 (PST)
In the description of the guest stars in the soon to be released Season 3 set, you failed to mention who was probably the biggest guest star of that season: Hume Cronyn, from the classic episode "Over 50? Steal!" and subsequent return in Season 4 (I forget the title). Just FYI. Also, has CBS/Paramount announced any Special Features for the set yet? Just wondering. And, happy belated B'day, Jim MacArthur. Keep on bookin' em, Danno. Mele Kalikimaka! (Merry Christmas in Hawaiian).
Rob
Greenville , SC USA - Saturday, December 15, 2007 at 08:42:07 (PST)
My son, remembering how I enjoyed Hawaii 5-0 on TV, purchased the first season and a mini DVD player for me last Xmas. Then I found the second season in a local store and purchased it. Wow! What great memories and great entertainment by a group of entertainers who we recognize as role models in our day by their good living standards. I hope to eventually collect all 12 years on DVD. Congratualtions on this effort. You have made many happy customers.
Mildred Parnell
San Antonio, Tx USA - Wednesday, December 12, 2007 at 09:45:34 (PST)
i am huge fan of hawaii fiveo my grandparents during the early 70s got to meet jack lord and james mcarthur while they were filiming a episode very kind polite and signed autographs cant wait for season 3 in jan 2008 unttil; next time aloha todd zeller in topeka,kansas
todd zeller
Topeka, KS united states - Sunday, December 09, 2007 at 17:48:48 (PST)
Happy BIG 70 Birthday Jim! Hope you are having lots of fun tonight in your celebration. We had lots of fun tonight celebrating your birthday in a chatroom. Thank you to the owner of this websight for remembering Jim's birthday, we love you for it. love and Aloha, Karen
Karen Bauer
Kaneohe, Hi United State - Saturday, December 08, 2007 at 22:47:44 (PST)
Happy Birthday, Jim! Wow! The big "70". Book 'em...:-)
Glenn
Orlando, FL USA - Saturday, December 08, 2007 at 13:35:02 (PST)
BOOKM DANO! You may be 70, but you can still bookm. Five0 is the best. Be well and have a great Birthday!
SegaRolow
Riverside , Ca USA - Saturday, December 08, 2007 at 10:21:02 (PST)
Happy Birthday, Mr. MacArthur! We enjoy and appreciate your work!
DJ
Iowa City, IA - Saturday, December 08, 2007 at 09:46:11 (PST)
Happy 7-0 to James MacArthur! You have legions of dedicated fans!
S. M. Wynn
Miami, Fl USA - Saturday, December 08, 2007 at 06:57:31 (PST)
Just finished Once Upon A Time. I thought it was a killer episode with a 'human' McGarret. However, IMHO, the premise upon which he trapped the Dr. at the final courtroom scene caused it to fall apart. Anyone else feeling this? If she is so concerned about the sample being sterile, why didn't she demand him to give another one after it falls on the floor. I guess quacks don't realize that the floor would have compromised the sample's sterility.
rob
atlanta, ga usa - Friday, December 07, 2007 at 14:23:25 (PST)
Yes I am fully aware of what the site sez. I thought that maybe someone who posts here may have had some prior knowledge of this particular set and could let me know whether it was legit or not. Maybe someone here has purchased it, I do not know just looking for some insight here sorry.
rob
atlanta, ga - Friday, December 07, 2007 at 14:12:53 (PST)
Can anyone here verify the product sold here, has anyone purchased this is it legit thanks: :http://www.todvdornottodvd.com/movie/action/Hawaii_Five-O.html [HELLO! What does it say on the first page of this WWW site? "Be warned if you purchase DVDs of the show on Ebay and other Internet sites, especially complete sets: anything after the second season is not official and is either taken from dubs of TV broadcasts or the Columbia House video tape episodes which are now out of print." - MQ]
rob
atlanta, ga usa - Thursday, December 06, 2007 at 08:56:49 (PST)
Well I'm over half way through season 2 and enjoying it a lot. In general I agree with Mike Quigley's reviews of S2 on this site though I would have given 'Leopard on the rock' 3 stars! To hell with Babe Ruth is definately the weakest episode and mainly for the poor casting for the lead 'Japanese' roles and a weak story line. My favourite's so far are 'Blind Tiger', Marion [Happy Days] Ross is great as is Jack of course, and 'Run Johnny Run'[excellent performance by Christopher Walken], but also A Thousand pardons and The Singapore File. Nice to see Kaz Garas put in another appearance in Five O in the episode The Jokers wild man, wild. Kaz was pretty cool in the late 1960's British ITC series 'Strange Report'. He played a sidekick called 'Gynt' to Anthony Quayle's [Adam Strange] a criminal phsychologist helping to solve mysterious crimes in the London region, and rode a vintage BSA motorcycle in the show! Hopefully he'll show up again in further Five O season's? Aloha, Bill. http://www.freewebs.com/thepersuadersreviews
bill
Hedgerley, Bucks U.K. - Monday, December 03, 2007 at 15:02:46 (PST)

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