Jack Lord


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  • Birth Name: John Joseph Patrick Ryan
  • Birth Place: Brooklyn, NY
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 12/30/1920, Capricorn
  • Date of Death: 01/21/1998
  • Profession: Actor
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VIDEO: Hawaii Five-0: Pe'epe'e Kanaka

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Hawaii Five-0: Pe'epe'e Kanaka
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Length: 42:24
Aired: 2/8/1972

The investigation of a murdered pool cleaner leads Five-0 to uncover a possible terrorist cell of radicalized students who are plotting an attack on U.S. soil. watch

VIDEO: Hawaii Five-0: Ku I Ka Pili Koko

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Hawaii Five-0: Ku I Ka Pili Koko
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Length: 44:15
Aired: 2/1/1972

Five-0 is set up when a bad tip leads them to an abandoned building that is rigged to explode with McGarrett and Danny trapped inside. Xzibit guest stars as a prison informant. watch

VIDEO: Hawaii Five-0 - Ho'i Hou

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Hawaii Five-0 - Ho'i Hou
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Length: 44:17
Aired: 1/25/1972

Five-0 investigates when the daughter of a macadamia nut tycoon is murdered with a stiletto heel during Chin's high school reunion. Jorge Garcia returns and Rob Corddry guest stars as the fan-voted struggling illusionist. Hawaii Five-0 viewers spent this season voting on key story and production elements for this special episode, including wardrobe, music and even the episode's title. (TV-14 L, V) watch


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Year Title Description
2005 Pierrepoint Movie, Actor - Jack Ellis--Reporter
1968 Hawaii Five-O TV Show Series, Actor - Det. Steve McGarrett
1968 The Counterfeit Killer Movie, Actor - Don Owens
1968 Hawaii Five-0 TV Show Series, Actor - Det. Steve McGarrett
1968 The Name Of The Game Is Kill Movie, Actor - Symcha Lipa

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James MacArthur, Original Hawaii Five-0’s Danno, Dies at 72

James MacArthur, best known for his role as Danno on the original Hawaii Five-0, died of natural causes in Florida on Thursday, according to The Associated Press.  He was 72.

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Matt's Picks: August 30 - September 2

HAWAII FIVE-0 (Monday-Friday, starts at 9 am/8c, Spike TV)
Time to book 'em! You've heard so much about CBS' upcoming remake you've developed a nostalgic taste for the original? You're in luck. All week, Spike TV is airing daylong marathons (9 am-6 pm/ET) comprising the entire first season of the 1968 original, starring Jack Lord as the implacable Steve McGarrett and James MacArthur as boyish Danny "Danno" Williams... read more

Alex O'Loughlin Booked for Hawaii Five-O

Someone new will be snarling "Book 'em, Danno!"

Alex O'Loughlin (Moonlight, Three Rivers) has been cast in the lead role of the CBS reboot, playing Steve McGarrett, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Jack Lord portrayed him in the original series.

Lost star tapped for Hawaii Five-O

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Lost Star Tapped for Hawaii Five-O

Looks like Lost's Daniel Dae Kim will be staying in Hawaii.

Kim has been tapped for a role in the CBS reboot of Hawaii Five-O, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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I vaguely remember a show in ...

Question: I vaguely remember a show in the '60s in which Jack Lord played a rodeo cowboy and, if I'm not mistaken, Bruce Dern played the sidekick/friend. I believe it was called Stoney Burke. Can you confirm? Thanks!

Answer: That I can, Martha. Lord, who later went on to enjoy a two-decade-plus career as Det. Steve McGarrett on Hawaii Five-O, did indeed star as rodeo rider Burke on the ABC series, but he only did it for one season — from October 1962 to September 1963. And Dern was along for the ride, as were Warren Oates, Bill Hart and Robert Dowdell.

Lord, never one to underplay anything he did in his life, called the series "the most successful failure in television" in a 1969 TV Guide interview. The actor claimed to have raked in $200,000 a year making personal appearances as Stoney, showing up in cowboy boots an read more

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