The Hawaii Five-O Home Page Guestbook -- September 2001



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Love your website. It's AWESOME!! Hawaii Five-O is currently shown on TV1 here in Australia and I tape every episode. My husband and 3 children think I'm nutty. Very grateful that there are other 'nutty' people out there. Keep up the great work!!
Kerryn Francis
Gold Coast, Qld Australia - Sunday, September 30, 2001 at 04:41:42 (PDT)
Since 1968 Hawaii Five-0 has been my favorite TV show. Jack Lord and James MacArthur are the greatest. For all of you Hawaii Five-0 fans out there, go to www.findagrave.com and look under "famous persons" and leave Jack Lord a note. It would be a nice tribute to him.
Karen
Madison, Wi, - Saturday, September 29, 2001 at 22:19:39 (PDT)
it has been a real long time since i seen any thing on hawaii 50 thank you for bringing that boy hood hero back to me and i realy miss hawaii and want to come home . aloha jrshibuya @ yahoo.com
james shibuya
ardmore, ok usa - Wednesday, September 26, 2001 at 18:00:43 (PDT)
Check out this article today in the Honolulu Star Bulletin! Sounds like a bit of progress, no? Star Bulletin, 9-25-01 http://starbulletin.com/2001/09/24/features/index.html Closing in on 'Five-0' film Though it's still a ways from beginning production, "Hawaii Five-0," the film, is alive. Roger Towne, who wrote the script for "The Natural" and was the original writer of the Al Pacino film, "The Farm,' is working with producer George Litto in shopping a treatment for the big screen transfer of the series "Hawaii Five-0." Litto, and the widow of show creator Leonard Freeman prevailed in a 21-month arbitration battle with CBS over film rights to the story about the island adventures of no-nonsense cop Steve McGarrett, played by Jack Lord from 1968 to 1980. "It's a major franchise," Litto said last week. "It's the kind of television show that became part of the fabric of society. McGarrett became the symbol, the epitome of the tough, honest, dedicated cop." Litto said the film's budget is in the $50 million to $70 million dollar range.The story would be international in scope, says Litto, who wrote the script with Avery Duff. They will be looking for actors to play the president of the United States, premiere of Japan, and leaders of Pacific Rim countries including China and Australia.
rita
Los Angeles, - Monday, September 24, 2001 at 21:13:28 (PDT)
Re: I see someone says he has the original car from the series for sale, but I remember someone in I think Chicago also said he found the original car and restored it. Anny comments? Michael Driver ft. Lauderdale, Fl - Sunday, September 23, 2001 at 09:25:57 (PDT) Mike in Chicago has the original '68 car, which he restored, while John Nordlum (stunt coordinator on show in later years) has the 74/75 Mercury and still drives it!
rita
Los Angeles, - Monday, September 24, 2001 at 19:29:33 (PDT)
I see someone says he has the original car from the series for sale, but I remember someone in I think Chicago also said he found the original car and restored it. Anny comments?
Michael Driver
ft. Lauderdale, Fl - Sunday, September 23, 2001 at 09:25:57 (PDT)
Please note that the public defender in the episode starring Christopher Walken is played by the now famous ABC Sports announcer Al Michaels. Al was broadcasting minor-league baseball in Hawaii at the time
jamesbeaux
Hazlet, NJ 07730 - Monday, September 17, 2001 at 18:04:02 (PDT)
Re query of Jack Lord playing the bad guy..Jane Graham... He starred in IRONSIDE..episode DEAD MAN'S TALE .He played the Gangland Chief..JOHN TRASK..murdering ,smoking and thoroughly NASTY..yet still so handsome .This episode was shown on BBC 1 about a year ago.Hope this helps. ON A PERSONAL NOTE CAN I JUST SAY MY THOUGHTS AND LOVE ARE WITH ALL AMERICANS AT THIS TIME.
Lin Watts
Spalding, England - Friday, September 14, 2001 at 15:54:45 (PDT)
Can any of you fellow 5-0 fans help us? We are trying to name the Steel guitar music in Series2 ep48 "Kiss the Queen goodbye"(during procession) and Series 8 ep187 "Turkey shoot at Makapu`u" (background radio in bar).Same music in both. If anyone can help please E-mail us at linanden@tinyworld.co.uk Mahalo nui & aloha!
Lin & Den Watts
Spalding, England - Friday, September 07, 2001 at 14:41:36 (PDT)
I loved watching Hawaii Five O, and I really miss it, but I do think that after watching Jack Lord in another program where he played the bad guy he was so much better playing this role, he came across as really evil, he was excellent. Sorry can't remember the name of the film.
Jane Graham
England - Friday, September 07, 2001 at 05:53:33 (PDT)
Liked the site. Thanks!
Felicia Boutin
Toronto, ON Canada - Thursday, September 06, 2001 at 14:33:21 (PDT)
I've enjoyed watchin'FIVE-O the whole family love'd watchin' the series. they could've put some sense of humor in some of the scenes, but it is still a good series to watch!!!!
Tammie N. C.J.KATZ
Savannah, TN United States - Thursday, September 06, 2001 at 09:41:11 (PDT)

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