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Hawaii Five-O On The Web
Occasionally, whilst surfing the web, we will come across a reference to Hawaii
Five-O. Here's what we've found (or have been told about) so far.
Positively Hawaii Five-O
Kathy has a beautifully designed set of pages. Take a look!
Herman Wedemeyer Home Page
Liz Clare runs a page devoted to Herman "Duke Lukela" Wedemeyer. Take a look
and see what info she's uncovered.
(JACK) LORD OF THE ISLANDS
Julie Brooks has put together a nice page for fans of Jack Lord. It also includes a message board and a chat room.
Aloha! Carol's Jack Lord Page
Carol Coley has put together a web site for Jack Lord. As she puts it: "Welcome lovers of Danno's Boss".
The Center for Jack Lord Research
Everything you ever wanted to know about The Man himself. It includes articles,
interviews, pictures, and many interesting and informative items. If you are
even the slightest fan, you must take a look at this. It'll keep you
entertained for a long time.
Hawaiian Style Fan Fiction
Gina Martin is maintaining a friendly site for Five-0 fan fiction.
The official Hawaii Five-O Fan Club!
This is the home of the Five-O Fan club. A bit graphics-intensive (not for
lynx users, in other words), but a great site to explore the mysteries of your
favourite television show.
This is the newsgroup devoted to the show. Your site may not have it (there are
many places which don't), but we know that
America Online do.
(Just as an aside, someone from Yahoo must
have taken a look at this page, because they lifted my description almost
word-for-word. Plagerism or flattery? You decide.)
Yahoo! - News and Media:Television:Shows:Cop Shows:Hawaii Five-O
Yup, even Yahoo's got it -- although we believe we have all of their links here
TikiTrader's Hawaii 5 - 0 Page
"Tikitrader" presents their own unique view and commentary on the show.
Karen Rhodes' Page
This set of pages comes from the biggest fan of Five-O; Karen has a book
out about our favorite show.
Mike Quigley's Page
Mike has a complete listing of all the episodes, along with the FAQ and the
theme song. He also has a good list of trivia and mistakes that have been
made in the production of the show.
Todd Witteles' page
Still more H5O goodies -- including a drinking game, and an explanation as to
why your site doesn't have the newsgroup. Todd also has a list of stations
which are showing Five-O around the country. Take a look!
Joe Roberts' Page
The Five-O ohana keeps growing. Joe has got some excellent scans and
snapshots from the series as well as sound "bytes" from various epsidoes. Well
worth the look.
Tim Krell's page
A must-see for any true Hawaii Five-O fan; Tim's got lots of pictures
of Five-O locations, from the statue in the opening credits to the Iolani
Heather Henderson's Portrait Page
Heather has pictures of several celebrities, including Jack Lord. In addition,
she has a web page just for Mr.
Ultimate TV List: Hawaii Five-O
The entry at tvnet.com in the
Ultimate TV List -- a site that
contains hundreds of shows. And it's very easy to add your own
TV Bytes: WWW TV Themes Home Page : By Patrick G. Kenny
Patrick has an amazing number of television theme songs which all seem to be
in .au format. Under his Action/Adventure section (I would have
put it under Dramas myself), he has the theme to Hawaii Five-O.
The Internet Movie Database (IMD)
Even though this is a movie database, it lists TV shows as well. The
entry for Hawaii Five-O has been updated considerably since the first ``Jack
Lord ......unknown´´ was in there. Still, feel free to send them updates
if you have new information.
The IMD Pilot Entry
The IMD also has the pilot entered as a TV movie.
Three Shields Hawaii
This is a site which has tons of Hawaiian information on it. The
``Radio, Film and TV´´ page includes H5O stuff; unfortunately everything seems
to require a ``frames-compatible´´ browser which not everyone has.
An extensive set of pages on Numismatics. Includes a reference to the
sixth-season episode ``The $100,000
Ernie's Learn to Speak a Little Hawaiian
Have you ever wondered what all those Hawaiian words mean that the Five-O team
uses? Well, Ernie Robello has put together a great set of pages not only
explaining pronunciation, but also translating many of the more interesting
words and phrases. So now, when McGarrett says he's looking for ``he wahine
u`i,´´ you'll know what he's talking about.
Find Your Name in Hawaiian
This clever little page will tell you what your name is in Hawaiian. Check it
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