CTVA US Crime - "Magnum P.I." (Universal/CBS) Season 2 (1981-82)

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Season 2 (1981-82)
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################# Magnum, P.I. ###############
############## season 2 1981-82 ##############
##############################################
CBS Thursdays 8:00-9:00pm Eastern
Producer in Hawaii: Rick Weaver _followed by_ Douglas Green
Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton

2.1 [--] Magnum PI: BILLY JOE BOB
8Oct81
Producer in Hawaii: Rick Weaver / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Written by Jeff Wilhelm
Directed by Ray Austin
Director of Photography: Sherman Kunkel
Guest Stars:
James Whitmore, Jr. .... Billy Joe Bob Little
Seth Sakai ............. Hito Sun
And:
Marla Pennington ....... Carol Ann Little
*
With: (end credits)
Jimmy Borges ........... Sergeant Leong
Danny Kamekona ......... Sergeant Akama
Sam Peters, Jr. ........ Phil
Deborah L. Hedquist .... Judy
Leannah Roberts ........ Lilly
Deborah Takushi ........ Mary
Frances Yoshida ........ Goto
Patrick Nakata ......... Japanese Man #1
Roland Nip ............. Japanese Man #2
Patrick Francis Bishop .. Keoki
Bob Apisa .............. Harland
A hot headed young Texan hires Magnum to find his sister.

2.2 [--] Magnum PI: DEAD MAN'S CHANNEL
15Oct81
Producer in Hawaii: Rick Weaver / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Written by Diane Frolow
Directed by Ray Austin
Director of Photography: Sherman Kunkel
Guest Stars:
Wendy Girard .......... Marion Hammond
Jeff Mackay .......... Lt. "Mac" McReynolds (recurring)
And:
Ina Balin ............. Professor Martinez
*
With: (end credits)
Mamaluna .............. Tehani
Curtis Malia .......... Keone
Magnum searches for a man who disappeared while sailing in a "cursed" area.

2.3 [--] Magnum PI: THE WOMAN ON THE BEACH
22Oct81
Producer in Hawaii: Rick Weaver / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Written by Andrew Schneider
Directed by Donald P. Bellisario
Director of Photography: Sherman Kunkel
Guest Stars:
Judith Chapman ........ Sara Clifford / Lisa Page
Jack Hogan ............ Josef
Special Guest Star:
Kenneth Mars .......... Henry Ellison
*
With: (end credits)
Rebecca Clemons ...... Librarian
Rick gets Magnum to find a mysterious woman he met who vanished on him and Magnum discovers that she committed
suicide under suspicious circumstances 35 years ago.

2.4 [--] Magnum PI: FROM MOSCOW TO MAUI
29Oct81
Producer in Hawaii: Douglas Green / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Written by Andrew Schneider
Directed by Michael Vejar
Director of Photography: Sherman Kunkel
Guest Stars:
Jeff Pomerantz ......... Yuri Dolgof
Allan Rich ............. Kalugin
Jan Ivan Dorin ......... Tarasov
And:
Susan Heldfond ......... Nina Marcova
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Marianne Muellerleile .. Olga
With:
Bob Apisa .............. Mortician #1
Richard MacPherson ..... Mortician #2
R.J. Arterburn ......... Turk
Jeff Albert ............ Mikhail Fillipovitch (Russian Agent)
John Dullaghan ......... Col. Mark Halver
Jim Grimshaw ........... Major
Neal Lipe .............. Lieutenant
Kit Wennersten ......... Radar Man
A former Russian pilot who defected to the US hires Magnum to kidnap his fiancee, an athlete in Hawaii
for a competition and under guard by the KGB.

2.05/2.06 [--] Magnum PI: MEMORIES ARE FOREVER (2hr Feature Length Episode)
5Nov81
Producer in Hawaii: Douglas Green / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Written by Donald P. Bellisario
Directed by Ray Austin
Director of Photography: Woody Omens
Guest Stars:
Marta DuBois .......... Michelle Hue (formerly Magnum)
Soon-Teck Oh .......... General Nguyen Hue
Jeff MacKay ........... Lt. "Mac" McReynolds (recurring)
Lance LeGault ......... Colonel "Buck" Greene (recurring) 
And:
Clyde Kusatsu ......... Colonel Ki
Special Guest Star:
Paul Burke ............ Admiral Kitchner
*
With: (end credits)
Brian Fong ............ Tan Soo
Soo Yong .............. Old Woman
Matthew Stinson ....... Seaman
Wesley Ogata .......... Vietnamese Boy
Yankee Chang .......... Priest
Charles J. Faust ...... Marine Guard
Patrick Nakata ........ 1st. Vietnamese
Roland Nip ............ 2nd. Vietnamese
Patrick Bishop ........ Bartender
Louise Dushkin ........ Praying Woman
Kel Plasket ........... Admiral's Aide
Allan Okubo ........... Madam Hue's Driver
Gloria McCafferyy ..... Vietnamese Mother
Sasha Wong ............ 1st. Vietnamese Girl
Eleni Espania ......... 2nd. Vietnamese Girl
Robert Inouye ......... Col Ky's Driver
Magnum's Vietnamese wife- whom he thought had died during the war when she went into hiding to be with her
first husband after learning he was alive- turns up in Hawaii.

2.7 [--] Magnum PI: TROPICAL MADNESS
12Nov81
Producer in Hawaii: Douglas Green / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Written by Robert Hamilton
Directed by Lawrence Doheny
Director of Photography: Sherman Kunkel
Guest Stars:
Devon Ericson ......... Jennifer 'Jenny' Chapman
Roy Dotrice ........... Brice Harcourt
*
With: (end credits)
Jake Hoopai ........... Sumo
Bruce Johnson ......... Dwarf
Michael Dennis ........ Minister
Magnum believes that a young woman that Higgins has fallen for has something to do with problems he has been having.

2.8 [--] Magnum PI: WAVE GOODBYE (not verified)
19Nov81
Written by Reuben Leder
Directed bySidney Hayers
Guest Cast:
W.K. Stratton ............ Police Officer Kelly
John Calvin .............. Gary
Wings Hauser ............. Nick Frangakis
Vic Morrow ............... Police Sgt. Jordan
Diane Crowley ............ Kacy
James Grant Benton ....... Ralph (bar-tender)
Patrick Bishop ........... Keoki
Joey Coleman ............. Kid on the beach
Ribert Silva ............. Jailer
Magnum decides to involve himself in an active police case when as he feels they are not handling their
investigation into the death of a lady surfer friend properly.

2.9 [--] Magnum PI: MAD BUCK GIBSON *****
26Nov81
Producer in Hawaii: Douglas Green / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Written by Robert Hamilton
Directed by Winrich Kolbe
Director of Photography: Isidore Mankofsky, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Darren McGavin ......... Mad Buck Gibson
Vera Miles ............. Joan Gibson
*
With: (end credits)
Wally Landford ......... Bartender
Jo Pruden .............. Dr. Jewell
Peter Kalua ............ Gorilla
Magnum is hired to protect a self destructive writer whose behaviour threatens the Masters' estate and the man's ex-wife.

2.10 [--] Magnum PI: THE TAKING OF DICK McWILLIAMS
3Dec81
Producer in Hawaii: Douglas Green / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Written by Diane Frolow
Directed by Winrich Kolbe
Director of Photography: Woody Omens
Guest Stars:
Irene Yah-Ling Sun .... Mitsue McWilliams
John Fujioka .......... Nishimoto
and:
Guy Stockwell ......... Dick McWilliams
*
With: (end credits)
Moe Keale .............. Kaholo
Reri Tava Jobe ......... Gloria Bauer
Barbara Kelly .......... Woman on Boat
Esmund Chung ........... George - Security Guard
Magnum sets out to rescue an old navy buddy who has been kidnapped.

2.11 [--] Magnum PI: THE SIXTH POSITION
17Dec81
Producer in Hawaii: Douglas Green / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Written by Babs Greyhosky
Directed by Sidney Heyers
Director of Photography: Isidore Mankofsky, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Andrea Marcovicci ...... Kendall Chase
Corinne Michaels ....... Elaine
Jeff Mackay .......... Lt. "Mac" McReynolds (recurring)
Special Guest Star:
Signe Hasso ........... Lucia Prince
*
With: (end credits)
Doug Barden ........... Barnett
Bob Fimiani ........... Kelsey
Devon Guard ........... Martina
David Palmer .......... KGB Agent
Robert Silver ......... Jailer
A prima ballerina with a bad attitude is put into Magnum's protection.

2.12 [--] Magnum PI: GHOST WRITER
24Dec81
Written by Caroline Elias
Directed by Ray Austin
Director of Photography: Sherman Kunkel
Guest Stars:
Patch Mackenzie ...... Virginia Fowler
Elisha Cook (Jr.) .... Harold W. Faber
Alan Fudge ........... Emerson White /Arthur?
Louise Fitch ......... Mrs. Ballard
Jon Lormer ........... Barker
*
With: (end credits)
Ed Sheehan ........... White
Randy Spangler ....... Mike
L. Christian Moore ... Oscar
The ghost writer of an eccentric inventor's autobiography seeks Magnum's help in recovering her stolen source material.

2.13 [--] Magnum PI: THE JORORO KILL (verified)
07Jan82
Producer in Hawaii: Douglas Green / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Written by Donald P. Bellisario & Andrew Schneider & Reuben Leder
Story by Alan Sutterfield and Donald P. Bellisario & Andrew Schneider & Reuben Leder
Directed by Alan J. Levi
director of photography, Isidore Mankofsky, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Tyne Daly (Kate Sullivan)
Jeff Mackay (Lieutenant "Mac" MacReynolds) (recurring)
Burr deBenning (Russler)
Christopher Morley as David Banister
*
With: (end credits)
Edward Fernandez ...... Santos (Prime Minister)
Blaise Domino ......... Gendarme
Bill Erickson ......... Desk Clerk
Jeff Albert ........... Customs Officer
Brandon Smith ......... Russler's Aide
Geoff Heise ........... Reporter
Zoulou ................ Doorman
Jeffrey Cutrer ........ Security Guard #1
Henry Wilks ........... Security Guard #2
A journalist arrives in Hawaii supposedly on a routine story, but actually in search of an internationally known hitman.

2.14 [--] Magnum PI: COMPUTER DATE
14Jan82
Producer in Hawaii: Douglas Green / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Written by Babs Greyhosky
Directed by Robert Thompson
Director of Photography: William F. Gereghty
Guest Stars:
Charles Aidman ........ James Randolph
Nancy DeCarl .......... Claudia Randolph
Jeff Mackay ........... Lt. "Mac" McReynolds (recurring)
Edward Bell
*
With: (end credits)
Wayne Ward ............ Dixon
Olga Marr ............. Lady Ashley
Doug Mossman .......... Kaapu
Frank Atienza ......... Security Guard
Marguerite Matsumura .. Maid
Rick's girlfriend becomes the prime suspect in an industrial espionage case Magnum is working on for an electronics firm.

2.15 [--] Magnum PI: TRY TO REMEMBER
21Jan82
Producer in Hawaii: Douglas Green / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Written by Andrew Schneider & Reuben Leder
Directe by Mike Vejer
Director of Photography: William F. Gereghty
Guest Stars:
Mark Withers ........... Dave Gilbert
Kwan Hi-Lim ............ Lt. Yoshi Tanaka (recurring) (entry)
Nancy Grahn ............ Wendy Gilbert
*
With:(end credits)
Glenn Cannon .......... Dr. Ibold (recurring) (entry)
Clay Wai .............. Parking attendant
Laurie Foi ............ Hostess
Tony Compton .......... Mechanic
Francesca Dodge ....... Juanita Keoli
Norman Compton ........ Ambulence Attendant
Tracy Monsarrat ....... Nurse
Magnum turns up in the hospital with amnesia about a murder case he was working on and on how the Ferrari got trashed.

2.16 [--] Magnum PI: ITALIAN ICE
4Feb82
Producer in Hawaii: Douglas Green / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Written by Donald P. Bellisario
Directed by Gilbert Shilton
Director of Photography: William F. Gereghty
Guest Stars:
Ann Dusenberry ....... Katrina Tremaine
Jean Claudio ......... Marchesi DeComo
Lenny Montana ........ Marchesi's bodyguard
And:
Mimi Rogers .......... Margo Perina
*
With: (end credits)
Lilyan Chauvin ........ Maria
Wallace Merck ......... Segundo
Camila Griggs ......... Co-Ed
Mark Tuinei ........... Samoan Student
Wendell Martin, Jr. ... Actor
Stanley Yamagata ...... Waiter
After Magnum flies to Sicily to rescue a lady friend of Robin's being held by a gangster, the gangster
comes to Hawaii seeking revenge.

2.17 [--] Magnum PI: ONE MORE SUMMER
11Feb82
Producer in Hawaii: Douglas Green / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Teleplay by Reuben Leder / Story by Del Reisman and Reuben Leder
Directed by Rod Daniel
Director of Photography: William F. Gereghty
Guest Stars:
David Wilson ........... Dorsey Bramlett
Pat Morita ............. Jack Metro
Paul Tinder ............ Delbert Nolton
And:
Louise Sorel ........... Eleanor Greeley
Special Guest Star:
Dick Butkus ............ Clarence - "Dumbo"
*
With: (end credits)
Bill Edwards ............ Coach Bell
Bernard "Gus" Rethwisch .. Clyde Sromosky
Robert Cain ............. Dr. Harvey
Kimber Hinkson .......... April Ann Metro
Jerry Schmeer ........... Walt Chanmbers
Jeffrey Cutrer .......... Security Guard
Elena McMarlin Coleman .. Patsy
Robert Silva ............ Policeman
Cecilio Rodriguez ....... Kicker
Daniel Fitzsimmons ...... Kid #1
Jamie Winpenny .......... Kid #2
Magnum goes undercover as a pro football quarterback to protect an old Naval Academy teammate.

2.18 [--] Magnum PI: TEXAS LIGHTNING
18Feb82
Producer in Hawaii: Douglas Green / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Written by Robert Hamilton
Directed by Mike Vejar
Director of Photography: William F. Gereghty
Guest Stars:
Julie Sommars .......... Jeannie "J.L." Lowry - "Texas Lightning"
Jack Hogan ............. Matt Thompson
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Tony Brubaker .......... Eric
With:
Todd Camenson .......... Ted
Seth Sakai ............. Chan
Vic Leon ............... Polo
Bob Whiting ............ Alex
Danny Kamekona ......... John
Herbert Borstung ....... Baron
Anne Fernandez ......... Nurse
James Deeth ............ Pilot
Lawrence Romero ........ Guard
Magnum and a wealthy Texas widow become stranded on a desert island after she hires him to escort her to a
high stakes poker game which is a front for an international spy ring.

2.19 [--] Magnum PI: DOUBLE JEOPARDY
25Feb82
Producer in Hawaii: Douglas Green / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Teleplay by Reuben Leder & Babs Greyhosky
Story by Will Taub and Reuben Leder & Babs Greyhosky
Directed by Robert Totten
Director of Photography: William F. Gereghty
Guest Stars:
Dana Wynter ........... Olivia Ross
Kathleen Nolan ........ Mert Callahan
Larry Pennell ......... Jack Martin
Kwan Hi-Lim ........... Lieutenant Yoshi Tanaka (recurring)  
And:
Barry Nelson .......... William B. Knox
*
With: (end credits)
Bart Peaslee .......... First A.D.
Frank Atienza ......... Tim
James McInerny ........ Carl
Madeline Press ........ Second A.D.
Jon Sakata ............ Sushi Brother
Cynthia Ream .......... Nurse
Bill Thompson ......... Reporter #1
Ron Wood .............. Reporter #2
Lee Woodd ............. Cab Driver
Dutch Dickinson ....... Prison Matron
An actor is killed by a prop gun when Robin lets a film company use his estate for some location shooting.

2.20 [--] Magnum PI: THE LAST PAGE
4Mar82
Producer in Hawaii: Douglas Green / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Written by Andrew Schneider
Directed by Alan J. Levi
Guest Stars:
Robert F. Lyons ....... Taylor "Smiley" Hurst
Joanna Kerns .......... Mary Kanfer
*
Co-Starring: (end creits)
James Edgcomb ......... Ed
With:
Kam Fong .............. Kam Chung
Sonia Nilsen .......... Linda
Tom Fujiwara .......... Hiramoto
Linda Watson .......... Celeste
West Hogan ............ Donny Kanfer
Elizabeth Smith ....... Landlady
Francine Van Den Bergh .. Inger
Dave Kimura ........... YoYo
Marvin Wong ........... Bodyguard #1
Sam Thompson .......... Bodyquard #2
Fuzzy Moody ........... Marine Sergeant
A Vietnam vet hires Magnum to find his girl friend, hoping that will lead him to a murderer.

2.21 [--] Magnum PI: THE ELMO ZILLER STORY
18Mar82
Producer in Hawaii: Douglas Green / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Written by Robert Hamilton
Directed by Mike Vejar
Director of Photography: William F. Gereghty
Guest Stars:
Robin Dearden .......... Lexie Ziller
John Dennis Johnston ... Gary
Med Flory .............. Bud
And:
Barbara Rhoades ........ Marcella Ziller
*
With: (end credits)
Glenn Cannon ........... Dr. Ibold (recurring)
Gillian Dobb ........... Sylvia
Ben Jaus ............... Officer
Henry Kopono ........... Dan
Carolyn Shofner ........ Cowgirl
Regular in dual roles:
John Hillerman as Higgins and "Bronco Elmo" Ziller
Magnum meets one of Higgins' half brothers for the first time: a swaggering Texas cowboy who asks Magnum
to prove his wife is trying to murder him.

2.22 [--] Magnum PI: THREE MINUS TWO
1Apr82
Producer in Hawaii: Rick Veaver (new) / Producer in Hollywood: Andrew Schneider
Associate Producer: Gilbert Shilton
Written by Robert Van Scoyk
Directed by Sidney Hayers
Director of Photography: Sherman Kunkel
Guest Stars:
Beverly Garland ......... Florence Russell
Denny Miller ............ Security Chief "Ox"
Special Guest Star:
Jill St.John ............ Jan Kona (real name Janie Coogan)
*
With: (end credits)
Robert Harker ........... Bart Lindsey
Wayne Ward .............. Wayne Lochman
Don Lamond .............. Alan Russell
Dick Jensen ............. Sergeant Kaio
Terri Linn .............. Wendy
Julie Nickson ........... Lane
Gibo Romero ............. Kimo
A fashion designer whose partner was murdered turns to Magnum for help.

################# Magnum, P.I. ###############
############### End of season 2 ##############
##############################################

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