CTVA US Crime - "Magnum P.I." (Universal/CBS) Season 3 (1982-83)

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Season 3 (1982-83)
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################# Magnum, P.I. ###############
############## season 3 1982-83 ##############
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CBS Thursdays 8:00-9:00pm Eastern
Supervising Producer Joel Rogosin / Produced by Douglas Green
Co-Producers Rick Weaver, Reuben Leder / Associate Producer J. Rickley Dumm


3.1 [--] Magnum PI: DID YOU SEE THE SUNRISE (2hr Feature Length Episode)
(a.k.a. Reunion)
 30-Sep-1982
Supervising Producer Joel Rogosin
Produced by Douglas Green
Co-Producers Rick Weaver, Reuben Leder
W: Donald P. Bellisario
D: Ray Austin
Director of Photography: William F. Gereghty
Guest Stars:
Bo Svenson ............. Colonel Ivan, the Russian
James Whitmore, Jr. .... Bill Nuzo
Jeff Mackay ............ Lieutenant "Mac" MacReynolds (recurring)
Jean Bruce Scott ....... Lieutenant Maggie Poole (recurring)  
And:
Lance LeGault .......... Colonel Buck Greene  (recurring)  [mis-spelt 'Green' in on-screen credits]

Special Guest Star:
Paul Burke ............. Vice Admiral Hawkes
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Marianne Bunch ......... Julie Barbera
Robert F. Hoy .......... Repairman
Kevin Bash ............. Cookie
With:
Jimmy Borges ........... Happy Ho
Rap Reiplinger ......... Chef
Laurie Foi ............. Nurse
Winston Char ........... NVA Officer
Emmett Rose ............ Chauffeur
James Grimshaw ......... Guard
Hong Souksamlane ....... Vietnamese Girl
Synopsis:
A war buddy brings Magnum and T.C. bad news: a Russian agent who helped torture them in Vietnam is in
Hawaii to finish the job and he intends to use one of them as his dupe.

3.2 [--] Magnum PI: KI I'S DON'T LIE
(crossover episode with "Simon and Simon" episode #2.1 "Emeralds Are Not a Girl's Best Friend")
b: 07-Oct-1982
Supervising Producer Joel Rogosin/ Produced by Douglas Green
Co-Producers Rick Weaver, Reuben Leder/ Associate Producer by J. Rickley Dumm
Written by Philip DeGuere and Bob Shayne
Directed by Lawrence Doheny
Director of Photography: William F. Gereghty
Guest Stars:
Jameson Parker ......... A.J. Simon
Gerald McRaney ......... Rick Simon
And:
Morgan Fairchild ....... Catherine Hailey/ Alex Huston
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Liam Sullivan .......... Harold Sands
Brandscombe Richmond ... Gerald Akoa
With:
Gillian Dobb ........... Mabel
Michael Cowell ......... Pedicab Driver
Ron Wood ............... Attendant
Leonard Scanlan ........ Dennis
Synopsis:
Magnum is hired to protect a Hawaiian artifact that appears to be cursed-everyone who tries to claim
it has died. This was the first part of a two-part episode concluded the same evening on "Simon and Simon."

3.3 [44] Magnum PI: THE EIGHT PART OF THE VILLAGE
b: 14-Oct-1982
Supervising Producer Joel Rogosin / Produced by Douglas Green / Co-Producers Rick Weaver, Reuben Leder/
w: George Geiger d: James Frawley
dop: WFG
gs:
Kim Miyori ............ Asani / Mioshi Osawa
Marilyn Tokuda ..... Asani Osawa
Richard Hill ..... Lee Chambers
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Danny Kamekina ........ Sato Osawa
Dick Durock ........... Jansen
Donald Gibb ........... Harms
With:
Pater Kalua ........... Keoni
Jorie Remus ........... Mrs. Cheever
Erick Scarsborough .... Pool Player
Christine Pan ......... Pearl Diver
Allan Okubo ........... Chauffer
Synopsis 1:
Higgins receives a large crate that contains a frightened Japanese girl fleeing from her father.
Synopsis 2:
Magnum has to carry a box of books for Higgins from harbour to Masters' estate. But when Magnum arrives,
a Japanese woman comes out of the box. She is called Asani Osawa, daughter of Sato Osawa who is an old
friend of Higgins'. Mr. Osawa banned her because she wanted to marry an American.

3.4 [45] Magnum PI: PAST TENSE
b: 21-Oct-1982
sp: JR p: DG CP: RW/RL
w: Reuben Leder d: Michael O'Herlihy
dop: WFG
gs:
James Wainwright .......... Morgan Lyden
Drew Snyder ............... Jack Curry
Pat Studsill .............. Floyd Brice
Kwan Hi Lim ............... Lt. Yoshi Tanaka (recurring)  
*
With: (end credits)
Frank Atienza ............. Warden Gilmer
Phil Sunada ............... Officer Keoli
Clay Wai .................. Ernie Cobb
Jim Reynolds .............. Eugene Goorwitz
Walter Chotzen ............ Ice Pick
Synopsis 1:
Thugs hijack T.C.'s helicopter to free a prisoner from jail so he can kill Magnum, the man who put him behind bars.
Synopsis 2:
T. C. and Higgins are kidnapped in the Island Hopper. The kidnappers force T. C. to use the chopper to break
their boss out of prison. Thomas and Rick investigate.

3.5 [--] Magnum PI: BLACK ON WHITE
28-Oct-1982
Prod. no. 043 ?
Sp: JR/ Pr: DG / CO-Pr: RW/RL
W: Donald P. Bellisario
D: Alan J. Levi
dop: WFG
Guest Stars:
Ian McShane .............. Edwin Clutterbuck
Lynne Moody .............. Bibi Kiamani
*
With: (end credits)
Gillian Dobb ............. Agatha Chumley (recurring) 
Glenn Cannon ............. Dr. Ibold (recurring)
Synopsis 1:
Higgins tries to help a member of his old regiment who has been cursed by
the survivors of a Kenyan village that he ordered massacred during the Mau Mau uprisings.
Synopsis 2:
Someone is killing the members of Higgins' old regiment who were together
in Kenya in the 50s. Magnum tries to protect him.

3.6 [--] Magnum PI: FLASHBACK
Prod. 044?
b: 04-Nov-1982
Sp: JR/ Pr: DG / Co-Pr: RW/RL
w: Lance Madrid III
d: Ivan Dixon
dop: WFG
Guest Stars:
Anne Lockhart ............ Brenda and Cassie McCutchen
Irene Yah-Ling Sun ....... Marissa
Lee Patterson ............ old Drew Danforth
And:
Rosemary Murphy .......... Marian Danforth
*
With: (end credits)
Michael Hasegawa ......... Ito
Earll Kingston ........... Maitre D'
Bill Verdier ............. Dr. Trippett
Harland Reed ............. Bartender
(Robin Strand as young Drew Danforth - not credited ?)
Synopsis:
Magnum "awakes" in another world - Hawaii 1936. He works for Brenda
McCutchen who wants to free her father from murder accusations.
Magnum's dream becomes kind of true...
Synopsis:
Magnum falls asleep and solves an old case of a labor leader accused of
murdering a wealthy industrialist.

3.7 [--] Magnum PI: FOILED AGAIN
b: 11-Nov-1982
SP: JR / SP (Hawaii): DG / Co-Pr: RW/RL
w: Tom Greene
d: Mike Vejar
Guest Stars:
Dana Wynter .............. Velma Troubshaw
Paxton Whitehead ......... William Troubshaw
Patricia McCormack ....... Carol Badlwin, (Assistant DA)
Joshua Bryant ..... Guy Keeler
And:
Nicholas Hammond ......... Clarke Troubshaw
*
With: (end credits)
Michael Norton-Dennis ..... School Master
Edward B. Randolph ........ Falkner
Robert Medeiros III ....... Young Higgins
Jamie Winpenny ............ Young (William) Troubshaw
Synopsis:
Higgins is accused of murdering the abusive husband of his former fiance when the protective tip on his
electrically charged foil is found to be missing.

3.8 [--] Magnum PI: MR. WHITE'S DEATH
b: 18-Nov-1982
SP: JR / SP (Hawaii): DG / CO-Pr: RW/RL / Produced by Chas. Floyd Johnson
w: Reuben Leder
d: Jeff Hayden
dop: WFG
Guest Stars:
Ernest Borgnine .......... Earl Cepikis/Gianelli - "Mr. White Death"
Margie Impert ............ Ms. Madeline Jones
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
James Edgcomb ............ Phil Lew
Linda Ryan ............... Cora Gillson
With:
Ric Marlow ............... Salvatore Marchese
James Grant .............. Harry Meacham
Lord James Blears ........ Ring Announcer
Farmer Boy Ipo ........... Big Zongo
Percy Brown, Jr. ......... Joey
Reri Tava Jobe ........... Jo
Raymond Scanlan .......... Bouncer
Synopsis:
Magnum helps a wrestler find his long-lost son-who insists his father died in 1955.

3.9 [--] Magnum PI: MIXED DOUBLES
b: 02-Dec-1982
SP (Hawaii): DG / C0-Pr: RW/RL / Produced by Chas. Floyd Johnson
(No credit for Joel Rogosin)
w: Reuben Leder & Robert W. Gilmer
d: Burt Kennedy
dop: WFG
Guest Stars:
Kim Richards ............. Carrie Reardon
Elaine Giftos ............ Ginger Leah Grant
Henry Gibson ............. Ronald Mills
Philip English ........... Dave Duncan
And:
Claudette Nevins ......... Phyllis Reardon
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Anulka Dziubinska ........ Zora Korcek
Nels Van Patten .......... Kenny Phelps
Synopsis:
Magnum is asked to act as the bodyguard for a pressured young tennis star
who has received several threats and who behaves obnoxiously.

3.10 [--] Magnum PI: ALMOST HOME
b: 09-Dec-1982
Co-Pr: RW/RL / Produced by Chas. Floyd Johnson
(No credit for Joel Rogosin)
Teleplay by: Alan Cassidy and Robert W. Gilmer/ Story by: Alan Cassidy
d: Ivan Dixon
dop: WFG
Guest Stars:
Stephen Elliott (Vic Stout)
Beulah Quo (Aiko Tamura)
Gilbert Green (Rear Admiral Philip Wheeler)
Jean Bruce Scott (Lieutenant Maggie Poole) (recurring)  
Special Guest Star:
Kathleen Lloyd (Bridget Archer)
*
With: (end credits)
Gillian Dobb (Agatha Chumley) (recurring)  
Gabriel Aio (Kimo)
Charles Faust (Seaman)
Ruth Lin (Receptionist)
Synopsis:
Magnum helps a young woman trying to prove her father innocent of charges of desertion-from Pearl Harbor
on Dec. 7, 1941- thus allowing his ashes to be buried on his ship: The Arizona .

3.11 [--] Magnum PI: HEAL THYSELF
b: 16-Dec-1982
Co-Pr: RW/RL / Produced by Chas. Floyd Johnson
(No credit for Joel Rogosin)
w: Robert W. Gilmer
d: Leo Penn
dop: WFG
Guest Stars:
Marcia Strassman ......... Dr. Karen Harmon
Kario Salem .............. Harriman
Peter Brown .............. Dr. Robert Brighton
Woody Eney ............... Eric Daniels
And:
Ed Winter ................ Dr. Jorgenson
*
With: (end credits)
Cathy Gemmitti ........... Barbara
Christopher Penn ......... Soldier
Synopsis:
A surgeon Magnum knew in Vietnam is accused of poisoning three of her patients.

3.12 [--] Magnum PI: OF SOUND MIND
b: 06-Jan-1983
Co-Pr: RW/RL / Produced by Chas. Floyd Johnson
(No credit for Joel Rogosin)
w: Andrew Schneider
d: Mike Vejar
Guest Stars:
Donnelly Rhodes .......... Wilson Arthur MacLeish
Elaine Joyce ............. Marina Pepesco
James Murtaugh ........... Simon MacLeish
Michael DeLano ........... Anthony 'Tony' Silvano
Raymond Singer ........... Benton Quirk
And:
Roscoe Lee Browne ........ Carlton
*
With: (end credits)
Junne Barnes ............. Housekeeper (2"n"s)
Bruce Johnson ............ Frankenstein
Synopsis :
Magnum inherits a fortune from a notorious practical joker and a videotape charging one of his relatives with murder.

3.13 [--] Magnum PI: THE ARROW THAT IS NOT AIMED
b: 27-Jan-1983
Co-Pr: RW/RL / Produced by Chas. Floyd Johnson
(No credit for Joel Rogosin)
w: Steven & Miyoko Hensley
d: James Frawley
dop: WFG
Guest Stars:
Mako ................ Tozan
Lee DeBroux ......... Gallagher
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Seth Sakai .......... Fukuda
Tom Fujiwara ........ Yakuza
With:
Michael Honma ....... Desk clerk
Synopsis:
Magnum finds himself working with a samurai when an antique Japanese porcelain plate is stolen
by Ninja warriors and brought to Hawaii.

3.14 [--] Magnum PI: BASKET CASE
b: 03-Feb-1983
Co-Pr: RW/RL / Produced by Chas. Floyd Johnson
(No credit for Joel Rogosin)
w: Julie Friedgen
d: Ivan Dixon
dop: WFG
Guest Star:
William Schallert .... Bob
Special Guest Star:
Dana Hill ............ Wilma "Willie" Walton (Theresa Catherine Henderson)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Jo Pruden ............ Vera
Joe Moore ............ Ernie
Madeline Press ....... Gloria
With:
Roy Apao, Jr. ........ Gus
Haku Kahoano ......... Danny
Sundown Spencer ...... Lee
Synopsis :
Magnum recruits a troubled young girl to help out his failing basketball team.

3.15 [--] Magnum PI: BIRDMAN OF BUDAPEST
b: 10-Feb-1983
Co-Pr: RW/RL / Produced by Chas. Floyd Johnson
(No credit for Joel Rogosin)
w: Louis F. Vipperman
d: Mike Vejar
Director of Photography: William F. Gerechty
Guest Cast:
Sylvia Sidney ............ Elizabeth Barrett
Joseph Wiseman ........... Dr. Albert Tessa
Jacqueline Selleck ....... Ms. Roebuck
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Fritz Feld ............... Lars
With:
David Kraul .............. Vladimir
Mel Cabang ............... Taxi driver
Synopsis:
Robin Masters' former high school teacher asks Magnum to find an old friend,
a refugee from the 1956 Hungarian revolt.

3.16 [--] Magnum PI: I DO?
b: 17-Feb-1983
Co-Pr: RW/RL / Produced by Chas. Floyd Johnson
(No credit for Joel Rogosin)
w: Robert W. Gilmer
d: Ivan Dixon
dop: WFG
Guest Stars:
Katherine Cannon ......... Marsha Mackenzie
Nicholas Coster .......... Andrew Mackenzie
Mary Jackson ............. Zelda Mackenzie
And:
Dick O'Neill ............. Harry Mackenzie
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Doreen McLean ........... Greta
Kathy McCullen .......... Mary Jane Lodato
With:
Charles Peck ............ Otto
Wayne Ward .............. Minister
Synopsis:
Magnum performs the ultimate sacrifice to help him solve a case of industrial theft-he gets married.

3.17 [--] Magnum PI: FORTY YEARS FROM SAND ISLAND
b: 24-Feb-1983
Co-Pr: RW/RL / Produced by Chas. Floyd Johnson
(No credit for Joel Rogosin)
w: Rogers Turrentine and Robert W. Gilmer & Reuben Leder
d: Mike Vejar
dop: WFG
Guest Stars:
James Shigeta ............ Dr. Richard Enoka
Keye Luke ................ Saigee Goto
Marilyn Tokuda ........... Nancy Nakamura
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John L. Roselius ......... Pro
Danny Kamekona ........... Russell Nakamura
With:
David Palmer ............. Hank Sorenso (Fred Sorenso)
Michael Duffett (Victor Goertz)
Francesca Dodge (Nurse)
Brian Clark (Corporal)
Christopher Coad (Sergeant)
Francis Yoshida (Kirin Nakamura)
Shaun Shimoda ((Young) Enoka)
Darryl Tsutsui ((Young) Goto)
Synopsis:
Higgins' research into World War II internment camps provokes an attempt on
his life to prevent a well hidden secret from becoming revealed.

3.18 [--] Magnum PI: LEGACY FROM A FRIEND
b: 10-Mar-1983
Co-Pr: RW/RL / Produced by Chas. Floyd Johnson
w: Robert Hamilton
d: Stuart Margolin
dop: WFG
Guest Stars:
Annie Potts .............. Tracy Spencer
Rosemary Forsyth ......... Margaret Chase
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Annette McCarthy ......... Nancy Phillips
Bob Minor ................ Rose
St.John Smith ............ Marcus Phillips
Susan Mechsner ........... Crystal
With:
Julie Nickson ............ Carla
Ardi Maioho .............. Sylvia
Frank Atienza ............ Officer Puna
Synopsis:
Magnum investigates the drowning death of a lifeguard friend the day after he had taken possession of
a car he couldn't possibly afford.

3.19 [--] Magnum PI: TWO BIRDS OF A FEATHER
b: 17-Mar-1983
Co-Pr: RW/RL / Produced by Chas. Floyd Johnson
w: Donald P. Bellisario
d: Virgil Vogel
dop: Duke Callahan
Guest Stars:
Richard Roundtree ........ Peter Jordan
John Calvin .............. Nick
Joanna Kerns ............. Jenny "Jen" Hunter
Ann Doran ................ Mrs Hunter
John Di Santi ............ Gallagher
And:
Soon-Teck Oh ............. Sato
Special Guest Star:
William Lucking .......... Major Sam Houston Hunter
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Matthew Faison ........... Lee Childress
Chad Sheets .............. Kip Hunter
Dean Wein ................ Mark
With:
Emmett Dennis ............ Twiggy
Andy Dupree .............. Pepe
Raymond Ma ............... Duc Lo
Steven Wilson ............ Pilot
Peter J. McKernan ........ Controller
Synopsis:
A pilot trying to deliver a plane to Hawaii from Texas crashes just off the estate, and Magnum becomes involved
when it becomes apparent that it wasn't just an accident.

3.20 [--] Magnum PI: ... BY ITS COVER
b: 31-Mar-1983
Co-Pr: RW/RL / Produced by Chas. Floyd Johnson
w: Rogers Turrentine and Donald P. Bellisario & Robert W. Gilmer
d: Mike Vejar
director of photography: William F.Gereghty
Guest Stars:
Stuart Margolin .......... Rod Crysler
Ronald Hunter ............ Emmet Donner
Ted Gehring .............. Herm Dunbar
And:
Carlene Watkins .......... Ms. Gordon, Parole Officer
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Robert Feero ............. Dolphie Crenshaw
With:
Robert Apisa ............. Mack
Clay Wai ................. Tony
Peter Bourne Jr. ......... Ray
Synopsis:
One of Magnum's buddies from 'Nam cons him into delivering an order of encyclopedias, which in reality is marijuana.

3.21 [--] Magnum PI: THE BIG BLOW
b: 07-Apr-1983
Co-Pr: RW/RL / Produced by Chas. Floyd Johnson
w: Reuben Leder
d: Alan J. Levi
dop: WFG
Guest Stars:
Richard Cox .............. Randy
Sondra Currie ............ Princess Wanda Martine of Turbia
James Doohan ............. Archie MacPherson
Lori Lethin .............. Gail Blassingame
*
(No End Cast on film)
John McCook (Prince Roland Martine of Turbia)
Linda Ryan (Candice Wingate)
Kelly Ward (Lou Blassingame)
Barry Van Dyke (Duke Davis)
Orson Welles (the voice of Robin Masters [uncredited])
Synopsis:
A typhoon traps two escaped convicts, their pregnant accomplice, and the
guests of a Robin Masters' dinner party.

3.22 [--] Magnum PI: FAITH AND BEGORRAH
b: 28-Apr-1983
Co-Pr: RW/RL / Produced by Chas. Floyd Johnson
w: Donald P. Bellisario
d: Virgil Vogel
dop: Jack A. Whitman, Jr.
Guest Star:
Richard Johnson .......... Brigadier General Alistair Ffolkes
*
(end credits)
Special Appearance by:
John Hillerman ........... Father Paddy McGuiness
Co-Starring:
Lee Canalito ............. Clarence
Rebecca Kimble ........... Tour Guide
With:
Gillian Dobb ............. Agatha Chumley (recurring)  
Jim Bertino .............. Officer
Donald P. Bellisario ..... Desk Clerk
Michael de Ycaza ......... Bartender
Teri Ann Linn ............ Legs (Angie)
Steven Wilson ............ Suntan
Synopsis:
Another of Higgins' half brothers, an Irish priest, turns up in Hawaii looking for a sacred relic
stolen from his parish in Ireland.

################# Magnum, P.I. ###############
############### End of season 3 ##############
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