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Detective Steve McGarrett (Jack Lord) heads up Hawaii Five-O, a special division of the state police tasked with bringing down organized crime on the islands. The Five-O team works with local police from time to time on individual cases, and McGarrett's nemesis is crime kingpin Wo Fat. The show, which ran for 12 seasons during its original run, is famous for its catchphrase "Book 'em, Danno," said by McGarrett at the end of most episodes. The show's theme song, composed by Morton Stevens, became popular during the show's original run.

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A stylish jewel thief evades McGarrett and then sends the Five-0 chief an invitation to his next performance; guest David Wayne.
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A comedian (John Byner) complicates McGarrett's investigation of a robbery-kidnapping aboard a cruise ship; guest William Devane.
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An extremist (Anthony Zerbe) embarks on a deadly crusade against what he sees as law-enforcement leniency.
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A search for sunken treasure leads into the Pacific off Oahu; guests James J. Sloyan, Peter Donat.
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A retired narcotics agent's (Andrew Duggan) son (Peter Strauss) is suspected of manufacturing heroin; guest George Kennedy.
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A professional killer pursues an eyewitness (Mark Jenkins), using the man's dropped library card as his clue.
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A con game targeting wealthy male tourists goes awry when a victim falls to his death from a hotel window; guest Ed Flanders.
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The Banzai Pipeline surfing beach is the setting for three murders connected to a film production.
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Bank robbers fake a military emergency to cover up their crime, sending Five-0 to the windward side of Oahu to investigate.
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A thief (Victor Buono) steals a nickel valued at $100,000, which his panicked accomplice later drops into a vending machine.
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A lottery picking the exact hour of a gambler's (Jack Carter) death involves $240,000; guest Louise Sorel.
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Conspirators demand $100,000,000 from the government in exchange for not destroying Honolulu with an atomic bomb; guest Lew Ayres.
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McGarrett doubts his expert in a case of forged government bonds when authenticated documents lack fingerprints of bank employees.
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A Latin American dictator comes to Hawaii to help his kidnapped daughter, but is killed soon after her release; guest A Martinez.
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A woman sets up an opal smuggler (Don Knight), who appears to be a reputable jewel merchant, to be robbed of a fortune in gems.
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The assassination of one of Honolulu's most active flesh peddlers threatens an all-out war between two competing vice empires.
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A federal tax agent (Don Porter), posing as a man indicted for tax evasion, murders for $600,000 in stolen money.
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A man with classic symptoms of pyromania appears to be the perfect victim of a frame-up for a series of weekend arsons.
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A family of small-time killers brings its murderous ways to Hawaii, mystifying the Five-0 unit; guests Slim Pickens, Bo Hopkins.
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Five-0 boards a deported mobster's boat (Nehemiah Persoff), unaware both man and vessel may carry plague; guest Bert Convy.
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The newspaper comics pages give McGarrett a clue to a series of slayings that come every six weeks and seem to have no motive.

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