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Hawaii Five-O: Just Lucky, I Guess

Hapless hardware salesman Marty Sloane decides he's going to do the convention thing, and score himself a nice looking lady. But she's actually a high class prostitute, and worse than that, she's stolen something from mobster Charlie Bombay. Bombay interrupts the pair while Sloane is still working up his nerve. From a hiding place, Marty watches Bombay pitch the girl over a balcony to her death. Now Sloane has the key - literally and figuratively - to putting Bombay away for a long time. But revealing what he knows would cost him his reputation back home. And then Bombay learns who he is and what he saw...

Episode Info


Episode number: 2x4
Production Number: 255
Airdate: Wednesday October 15th, 1969



Guest Stars
Albert PaulsenAlbert Paulsen
As Charlie Bombay
Recurring
Anne HelmAnne Helm
As Joyce
Recurring
Elaine JoyceElaine Joyce
As Angela Carlson
Recurring
Mitch Mitchell (1)Mitch Mitchell (1)
As Lt Bill Croft
Recurring
Robert CostaRobert Costa
As Shoe Shine Man
Recurring
Sam PetersSam Peters
As Doorman
Recurring
John RandolphJohn Randolph
As Marty Sloane
Adnan Al-KaissieAdnan Al-Kaissie
As Second Hood
George GunkleGeorge Gunkle
As Bartender
Herb VigranHerb Vigran
As Willie
Kukhie KuhnsKukhie Kuhns
As Fanny
Leimomi MakananiLeimomi Makanani
As Operator
Roy UeharaRoy Uehara
As Waiter (as Roy Vehara)
T.J. CastronovoT.J. Castronovo
As First Hood
William SchwabWilliam Schwab
As Conventioneer
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
ZuluZulu
As Det. Kono Kalakaua
Harry EndoHarry Endo
As Che Fong
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