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Hawaii Five-O: You Don't See Many Pirates These Days

Armed men hijack the Alderbaran, a cargo ship in Zeno Stavrick's fleet. The red ball interrupts McGarrett's first day off in three months, teaming him with Navy Commander Hawkins to find and recover the ship. It seems the Aldebaran carries a Top Secret cargo the Navy wants back.

Episode Info


Episode number: 10x2
Production Number: 708
Airdate: Thursday September 22nd, 1977

Director: Ron Satlof
Story: James Lydon
Teleplay: Bill Stratton


Starring Roles
Rossano BrazziRossano Brazzi
As Stavrik

Guest Stars
Mark LenardMark Lenard
As Commander Hawkins
Recurring
John FitzgibbonJohn Fitzgibbon
As Merkle
Recurring
Joe MooreJoe Moore
As Stefan
Recurring
Dick FairDick Fair
As Captain Covalt
Recurring

Co-Guest Stars
Bruce WilsonBruce Wilson
As Baylor
Recurring
Robert ApisaRobert Apisa
As Portuguese
Recurring
Beau van den EckerBeau van den Ecker
As Joey
Recurring
Sam SanfordSam Sanford
As Greasy
Recurring
Josie OverJosie Over
As Lab Assistant
Recurring
Dan CicogniDan Cicogni
As Sven
Recurring
Don PomesDon Pomes
As Perka
Recurring
Ed FernandezEd Fernandez
As Joseph
Recurring
Bill Edwards (1)Bill Edwards (1)
As Jonathan Kaye
Recurring
Lord James BlearsLord James Blears
As Artie Loudermilk
Main Cast
Jack Lord (1)Jack Lord (1)
As Det. Steve McGarrett
James MacArthurJames MacArthur
As Det. Danny "Danno" Williams
Kam FongKam Fong
As Det. Chin Ho Kelly
Herman WedemeyerHerman Wedemeyer
As Edward D. "Duke" Lukela
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