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Hawaï, police d'état Thanks for the Honeymoon (1968–1980) HD online
Language: English
Category: TV Episode / Crime / Drama / Mystery
Original Title: Thanks for the Honeymoon
Director: Richard Benedict
Writers: Leonard Freeman,Mel Goldberg
Released: 1968–1980
Duration: 50min
Video type: TV Episode
McGarrett is called in to talk to Toni, a tough-talking young woman who has recently been busted along with her boyfriend. Toni is going to prison and can live with that, but she wants to get married (she's pregnant) before then in an elaborate ceremony. In return, she will testify against a mobster who has always beaten the rap -- "How about murder one? ... With his own two hands?" McGarrett counters that the mobster will use all of his many resources to knock off the couple, but Toni is adamant and McGarrett goes to work with the help of the reporter he's dating.
Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Lord Jack Lord - Det. Steve McGarrett
James MacArthur James MacArthur - Danny Williams
Al Harrington Al Harrington - Ben
Kam Fong Kam Fong - Chin Ho
Patty Duke Patty Duke - Toni
Larry Kert Larry Kert - Marty
Carol Lawrence Carol Lawrence - Margo
Lane Bradford Lane Bradford - Manola
Glenn Cannon Glenn Cannon - Manicote
Richard Collier Richard Collier - Vincent
Herman Wedemeyer Herman Wedemeyer - Duke
George Herman George Herman - Dr. Harlow
Norman Wright Norman Wright - Minister
Robert Apisa Robert Apisa - George
Kenneth Ing Kenneth Ing - Delgado

The HPD Helicopter a 1966 Bell 47J2-A, Serial #3725 N8585F was the last one of these ever built.

Guest star Patty Duke was pregnant on screen and off. Duke and her husband John Astin welcomed their son Mackenzie Astin on May 12, 1973, just a few months after this episode was first broadcast.

"Thanks for the Honeymoon" is among the final few appearances of veteran TV heavy Lane Bradford, who died of a brain hemorrhage on June 7, 1973 at the age of 50. He was a resident of Honolulu at the time of his passing.

The title is from the song "Thanks for the Memory" composed by Ralph Rainger, with lyrics by Leo Robin and was introduced in The Big Broadcast of 1938 (1938) by Bob Hope and Shirley Ross eventually becoming Bob Hope's theme song.



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