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Thanks H5O for the nice banners. Can't believe it has been 49 years!
Thank you, Vegas Pat.
Thank you for reminding us, Honu. Now I know what I'm going to watch tonight.
Happy Anniversary! The Hawaii Five-O premiere movie "Cocoon" aired on this day in 1968.
The Untouchables episode is Death for Sale in season 2. MacArthur's character, Johnny Lubin, is heavily involved in drugs.
Do you think Jack knew Zeus and Apollo would be the next residents of
Wo Fat's island research laboratory for abducted scientists?
"The Jake Lingle Killing" is one of my favorite non-McGarrett episodes.
And there is a good non-Williams episode starring James McArthur as well ,but I can't find the episode's title.
The Untouchables "The Jake Lingle Killing"
Sunday 24 at 3AM | 2C
Jack Lord, the handsome star of Hawaii Five-O, guest stars in this earlier role. He plays a sort of bounty hunter who teams with Ness to hunt down the killer of a journalist caught up in a Chicago gang war. This third episode is a great jumping-on point for those who have not seen this wonderful series.
Well, of course! "Let's go, Danno!" I've wondered how many of today's super-sharp detectives were inspired to enter the field by our Fab Four.
Need a smile?
Our church choir director's oldest son is Daniel. He's about 8 or 9 years old, I believe, and a cute little boy. Yesterday after the the service, they were packing up to leave and I clearly heard the choir director say to his son, "Let's go, Danno!" It put a smile on my face.
I only detected "Where Have the Great Men Gone?" today. Sorry about that.
Nice pictures of Jack H5O.
In Jack's Blog
Five-0 Veteran Mildred Natwick
What a lovely screen shot, H50! Thank you for sharing it.
The American Merchant Marine Veterans of World War II posted a link to RJL on Tweeter. Sheila Sova, who is very active with the AMMVWWII, sent a screen shot for our enjoyment.
Thank you for sharing this, Steve's Girl. I like Miss Norma and her bucket list. She must have had some bad days along the way, but she kept moving forward and fulfilling what surely were lifelong dreams with some unexpected pleasures thrown in along the way. What a lovely way to go!
I don't know if you were bringing it to our attention in Jack's Blog, H50, the information about the 90 year old lady who was diagnosed with cancer but instead of suffering through surgery and chemo therapy decided to take a trip with her son and daughter-in-law crossing the USA in a motor home.
Her son and daughter-in-law have written a book about that trip, Driving Miss Norma, very bittersweet. It made me cry and laugh at the same time. Chapeau to Miss Norma whose doctor was quoted as saying if he had received this diagnosis, he would have done something like that himself.
Thank you for that link about Jack, Honu. Nice to read though it doesn't contain any surprises.
Thank you for the link, Honu. Nicely written article!
Indeed, Jack was the most interesting man on television -- and beyond. He got into life, and he lived it!
Ten reasons why Jack Lord was truly the most interesting man on television!!
The spammers have returned. As such, I have changed the settings to where only members can post to the guestbook. Sorry!
Thank you, Steve's Girl. Keeping the faith! Praying for those who have been hurt by the storm. Praying that the storm soon moves away from the Gulf and dissipates.
Since Harvey seems to turn on Louisiana and maybe Memphis later I hope nothing bad will happen to you and you family, H50.
Keeping the faith seems to be the only thing one can do.