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Rearview Mirror: Longtime favorite ‘Hawaii Five-O’ celebrates its 55th anniversary

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                                A real University of Hawaii archaeology dig at Makapuu was moved to Halona Beach Cove and the students hired as extras for filming a fourth-season episode of “Hawaii Five-O.”
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A real University of Hawaii archaeology dig at Makapuu was moved to Halona Beach Cove and the students hired as extras for filming a fourth-season episode of “Hawaii Five-O.”

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                                Jack Lord was quietly charitable, and he often visited rehabilitation facilities and schools.
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Jack Lord was quietly charitable, and he often visited rehabilitation facilities and schools.

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                                Jack Lord and his wife, Marie, left $40 million to local charities when they died.
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Jack Lord and his wife, Marie, left $40 million to local charities when they died.

COURTESY CBS
                                A real University of Hawaii archaeology dig at Makapuu was moved to Halona Beach Cove and the students hired as extras for filming a fourth-season episode of “Hawaii Five-O.”
STAR-ADVERTISER FILE
                                Jack Lord was quietly charitable, and he often visited rehabilitation facilities and schools.
STAR-ADVERTISER FILE
                                Jack Lord and his wife, Marie, left $40 million to local charities when they died.