CTVA US Crime - "Magnum P.I." (Universal/CBS) Season 6 (1985-86)

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Season 6 (1985-86)
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################# Magnum, P.I. ###############
############## season 6 1985-86 ##############
##############################################
CBS Thursdays 8:00-9:00pm Eastern
Credits (except #6.1 #6.5)
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson/ Producer in Hollywood: Rick Weaver
Creative Consultant: Reuben Leder
Co-Producers: Jay Huguely & Jill Sherman Donner / Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish


6.1 [--] Magnum PI: DEJA VU (Pt 1 & 2) (2hr Special filmed in England)
b: 26-Sep-1985
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson
Co-Ordinating Producer: Rick Weaver/ Co-Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish
Produced by Reuben Leder
Teleplay: Chris Abbott / Story: Donald P. Bellisario & Chris Abbott-Fish
d: Russ Mayberry
Director of Photography: John Coguillon, BSC
*
Guest Stars:
Francesca Annis
(Penelope St. Clair)
Julian Glover (Inspector Stokesay / Duncan Scott)
Peter Davison (Ian MacKerras)
Pamela Salem (Alyce)
Arthur English (Newspaper seller)
Grace Kennedy (Shadea [credited, but seen Part 2 only])
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Marc Sinden ((the real) Inspector Stokesay [credited, but seen Part 2 only])
Paddy Navin (Millicent Mumford)
Margaret Lacy (Mrs. Ridley)
*
With:
Geoffrey Beevers (Mortuary Attendant)
Ben Feitelson (Moroccan Ticket Agent [credited, but seen Part 2 only])
Ruddy L. Davis (Moroccan Butler [credited, but seen Part 2 only])
Lesa Lockford (Airline Stewardess)
*
Kendall Mc Lean (Mother on airplane)
Adam Hussein (Waiter #1)
Alix Refaie (Waiter #2)
Roy Stevens (Geoffrey St. Clair)
*
John Newbury (Minister)
Stanley Davies (Hotel Clerk)
Hugh Beverton (Hotel Clerk)
Peter Sands (Security Guard)
*
Joseph Long (Commander Ocho)
Jacob Dylan Thomas (Boy on airplane)
Craig Crosbie (Bagpipe Player [credited, but seen Part 2 only])
Christopher Duffy (Higgins at 18)
*
Paul Denny (Higgins at 13)
Darren Bakal (Higgins at 6)
Daniel Chapman (Boy in sailor suit)
Marc Boyle (Scorpio 6 Agent)
Red Crandall (the voice of Robin Masters [credited, but heard Part 2 only])
Synopsis:
Magnum and Higgins fly to England to organize Robin Masters' new home, but both face personal challenges.
Magnum finds an old dear friend has been mysteriously killed while Higgins debates about seeing his father.

6.2 [--] Magnum PI: OLD ACQUAINTANCE
b: 03-Oct-1985
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson/ Producer in Hollywood: Rick Weaver
Creative Consultant: Reuben Leder
Co-Producers: Jay Huguely & Jill Sherman Donner / Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish
w: Jill Sherman Donner
d: Ivan Dixon
Director of Photography: John C. Flinn III
Guest Stars:
Lee Purcell (Goldie Morris)
Keone Young (Makini)
Lee De Broux (Rodney Radcliff)
Hari Rhodes (Seko Rwanda)
And:
Brock Peters (President Kole)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Art Kimbro (Lieutenant Kimbro)
Fred Lerner (Smith)
Mike Adams (Jones)
Michael W. Perry (Reporter #1)
Leslie Wilcox (Reporter #2)
Robert Malo (Desk Clerk)
Synopsis:
A friend who tutored Magnum when they were in school seeks Magnum's help in finding a stolen dolphin.

6.3 [--] Magnum PI: THE KONA WINDS
b: 10-Oct-1985
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson/ Producer in Hollywood: Rick Weaver
Creative Consultant: Reuben Leder
Co-Producers: Jay Huguely & Jill Sherman Donner / Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish
w: Chris Abbott
d: Jerry Jameson
Director of Photography: John C. Flinn III
Guest Stars:
Cynthia Sikes (Lauren Henderson)
Frank Converse (Sam Henderson)
Kit McDonough (Cindy)
Co-Starring:
Dick Jensen (Big Ed Kanakoa)
With:
Wesley Farris (Security Guard)
Synopsis:
Magnum becomes romantically involved with a woman who tried to kill herself after she witnessed her
husband kill a business partner.

6.4 [--] Magnum PI: THE HOTEL DICK
b: 17-Oct-1985
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson/ Producer in Hollywood: Rick Weaver
Creative Consultant: Reuben Leder
Co-Producers: Jay Huguely & Jill Sherman Donner / Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish
w: Reuben Leder
d: Douglas Heyes
Director of Photography: John C. Flinn III
Guest Stars:
Candy Clark (Leslie Emory)
Phyllis Davis (Cleo Mitchell)
And:
Granville Van Dusen (Clyde Daltrey)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Wayne Storm (Leo)
Norman Compton (Nick)
With:
Joe Moore (Willard X. Huxley)
David Cohen (Russell)
Kenna Cohen (Mary)
Jo Ralston (Desk Clerk #1)
Jeff Habberstad (Catman)
Stacie Mana (Desk Clerk #2)
Synopsis:
Magnum decides to get a "real" job as a hotel detective and finds himself irritating his new boss by helping a
prostitute who works the hotel rather than catching a cat burglar who has been victimizing the guests.

6.5 [--] Magnum PI: ROUND AND AROUND
b: 24-Oct-1985
(producer credits imply this could have been made during previous season)
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson / Co-Ord Pr: Rick Weaver
Co-Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish
Produced, Written & Directed by Reuben Leder
Director of Photography: John C. Flinn III
Guest Stars:
Sheila Frazier (Sheila Pennington)
Larry B. Scott (Ronald 'Ronny' Pennington, Jr.)
Robert L. Minor (Ronald 'Ron' Pennington, Sr.)
Rummel Mor (Andy Wen)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Kwan Hi Lim (Lt. Yoshi Tanaka) (recurring)  
Grant Hubley (Stu)
James Grant Benton (Kika)
Warren Fabro (Sammy Garns)
With:
Frances Yoshida (Tran Nguyen)
Anthony Webster (Bert)
Peter Bourne Jr. (Tourist)
Maile Kinimaka (Maile)
Myra English (Dora Garns)
Synopsis:
Looking into the murder of a mutual old friend Magnum and T.C. discover that the man's estranged son
is a friend of the killers.

6.6 [--] Magnum PI: GOING HOME
b: 31-Oct-1985
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson /Producer in Hollywood: Rick Weaver
Creative Consultant: Reuben Leder
Co-Producers: Jay Huguely & Jill Sherman Donner / Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish
Associate Producer: David Bellasario
Teleplay: Chris Abbott-Fish / Story: Gene Donalds
d: Harry Harris
Director of Photography: John C. Flinn III
Guest Stars:
Gwen Verdon (Katherine Magnum Peterson)
David Huddleston (Frank Peterson)
Joe Regalbuto (Don Eddie Rice)
Julie Cobb (Karen)
Irene Tedrow (Mrs. Wilson)
James Stanley (Steve)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Brandon Call (Billy) or (Willy ?)
Vera Hussey-Forbes (Miss Winobe)
David Traylor (Policeman)
Bob Selleck (Grampa Everett)
Synopsis:
Magnum suspects his stepfather of stealing a family heirloom- a letter from President Lincoln- when he
returns to Virginia to attend his grandfather's funeral.

6.7 [--] Magnum PI: PANIOLO
b: 07-Nov-1985
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson /Producer in Hollywood: Rick Weaver
Creative Consultant: Reuben Leder
Co-Producers: Jay Huguely & Jill Sherman Donner / Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish
w: Jay Huguely
d: Russ Mayberry
Director of Photography: John C. Flinn III
Guest Stars:
Henry Darrow (Will Kinikawa)
Mary Kate McGeehan (Lynn Harbison)
Michael Sharrett (Kenneth 'Kenny' Harbison)
And:
Doug McClure (John Quillan)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Kawika Pagan (Jesse Hikina)
Clifford Lorenzo (David Pono)
Kenneth Uyeda (Police Officer)
Pauline Kealoha-Millaré (Hostess)
Synopsis:
Magnum agrees to help a teenage rancher find out who has been rustling his cattle even though an old
friend of Robin's may be implicated.

6.8 [--] Magnum PI: THE TREASURE OF KALANIOPU'U
b: 14-Nov-1985
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson /Producer in Hollywood: Rick Weaver
Creative Consultant: Reuben Leder
Co-Producers: Jay Huguely & Jill Sherman Donner / Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish
w: Reuben Leder
d: Ivan Dixon
Director of Photography: John C. Flinn III
Guest Stars:
Nancy Stafford (Amy Griswald)
Beverly Todd (Donna Clemens)
Michael Swan (Captain James Dawkins (1759))
Gillian Dobb (Agatha Chumley) (recurring)
Special Guest Star:
Kathleen Lloyd (Assistant District Attorney Carol Baldwin)  (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Kwan Hi Lim (Lieutenant Yoshi Tanaka)  (recurring)
Glenn Cannon (Doc Ibold)  (recurring)
James Grant Benton (Kika)
Chip Heller (Fenwick)
With:
Barbara Fitzsimmons (Maggie)
Richard Sanford (Reverend Brown)
Steven Goldsberry (Dobbs)
Mary Ann Kirkham (Contestant)
Gerold Tracy (Pirate)
Maile Kinimaka (Maile)
Bentley Alama (Police Officer)
Mark Pinkosh (Teenager)
Ron Wood (Desk Clerk)
Jim Demarest (Conventioneer)
Synopsis:
Magnum finds that someone is playing for keeps when he supervises a treasure hunt for a $1,000,000
based on clues from Robin's latest novel.

6.9 [--] Magnum PI: BLOOD AND HONOR
b: 21-Nov-1985
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson /Producer in Hollywood: Rick Weaver
Creative Consultant: Reuben Leder
Co-Producers: Jay Huguely & Jill Sherman Donner / Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish
w: Phil Combest
d: Mike Vejar
Director of Photography: John C. Flinn III
Guest Stars:
Jeff Yagher (Andy Hawkes)
Simone Griffeth (Alex McPort / Agent Carns)
Chris Mulkey (Tony)
Dennis Haysbert (Lt. Jameson)
Peter Hansen (Officer)
And:
Paul Burke (Admiral Hawkes)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Terry Cook (Lt. Commander Dantley)
Elissa Dulce (Rosine)
With:
Scott Oughterson (The Agent)
Timothy Smith (Shore Patrolman)
John Elliott (Paramedic)
Synopsis:
An admiral recalls Magnum to active duty to help him plug a security leak who he fears is his son's fiancee.

6.10 [--] Magnum PI: RAPTURE
b: 28-Nov-1985
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson /Producer in Hollywood: Rick Weaver
Creative Consultant: Reuben Leder
Co-Producers: Jay Huguely & Jill Sherman Donner / Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish
w: Bruce Cervi
d: Russ Mayberry
Director of Photography: John C. Flinn III
Guest Stars:
John Bennett Perry (Stephen Parker)
Haunani Minn (Ilima Parker)
Eddie Barth (Harry Granger)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Robbie Weaver (Wesley [as Robby Weaver])
With:
Josie Over (Shirley)
Lee Woodd (Willy)
H. Cliff Coleman (Vince Harris)
Kahale Ahina (Keli'i Parker)
Synopsis:
Magnum claims to see a boy while scuba diving who was killed in a boating accident several years ago.

6.11 [--] Magnum PI: I NEVER WANTED TO GO TO FRANCE, ANYWAY
b: 02-Jan-1986
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson /Producer in Hollywood: Rick Weaver
Creative Consultant: Reuben Leder
Co-Producers: Jay Huguely & Jill Sherman Donner / Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish
w: Reuben Leder
d: Arthur Allan Seidelman
Director of Photography: John C. Flinn III
Guest Stars:
Geoffrey Lewis (Gus Zimmer - "Gus the Geek" / Donald Gilbert)
Clive Revill (Walter "Inky" Gilbert)
Anne Schedeen (Audrey Gilbert - "Sparky the Clown")
Richard Alfieri (Mike Janes)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Kwan Hi Lim (Lt. Yoshi Tanaka)
Tommy Madden (Charles, the midget)
Skeeter Vaughn (the Chief)
With:
Karen Elayna Price (Robin Guthry)
Anne Willmarth (Chris, the bearded lady)
Synopsis:
Magnum and Rick go undercover at a carnival run by a friend of Higgins to solve a murder which threatens
to put the carnival out of business.

6.12 [--] Magnum PI: SUMMER SCHOOL
b: 09-Jan-1986
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson /Producer in Hollywood: Rick Weaver
Creative Consultant: Reuben Leder
Co-Producers: Jay Huguely & Jill Sherman Donner / Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish
w: Bruce Cervi
d: Russ Mayberry
Director of Photography: John C. Flinn III
Guest Stars:
Tate Donovan (R.J. Masters)
Michael MacRae (Jack)
Meredith MacRae (Charla Graham)
*
Co-Starring: (end credit)
Carl Ciarfalio (Scott)
Russ McCubbin (Archie Fleming)
With:
Carmella Barut (Carmella)
Duff King (Wallace Graham)
Synopsis:
Robin's punk nephew who had been sent to Higgins to be straightened out decides he is better than Magnum
and sets out to tackle a murder investigation on his own.

6.13 [--] Magnum PI: MAD DOGS AND ENGLISHMEN
b: 23-Jan-1986
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson /Producer in Hollywood: Rick Weaver
Creative Consultant: Reuben Leder
Co-Producers: Jay Huguely & Jill Sherman Donner / Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish
w: Jay Huguely
d: Virgil Vogel
Director of Photography: John C. Flinn III

Guest Stars:
Darleen Carr (Ginny Malcolm / Virginia)
Michael Halsey (Justin Hayward)
Rex Ryon (Dan Davis)
Gillian Dobb (Agatha Chumley) (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John McCann (Lt. Drake)
With:
Jeff Olson (Ray)
Michael Ebner (Honor Guard Captain)
Fuzzy Moody (Guard)
Synopsis:
Higgins leaves the estate and is replaced by a ditzy actress and Magnum learns he was fired
because of missing estate funds.

6.14 [--] Magnum PI: ALL THIEVES ON DECK
b: 30-Jan-1986
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson /Producer in Hollywood: Rick Weaver
Creative Consultant: Reuben Leder
Co-Producers: Jay Huguely & Jill Sherman Donner / Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish
w: Reuben Leder
d: Jerry Jameson
Director of Photography: John C. Flinn III
gs:
William Windom (Captain James T. Lyle)
Shelley Smith (Peggy Armbruster)
Thaao Penghlis (Phillipe Fabre Dumout)
Carole Cook (Sarah Tate)
Paul Sand (Danny Frye)
Alan Hale Jr. (Russell Tate)
Sarah Douglas (Countess Jacklyn Fabre Dumout / IsobelDumot)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Bob Fimiani (Dr. Garson T. Simms, D.V.M.)
With:
Meg Roach (Lady with cat)
Don Helow (Theatre Patron)
Herbert Furuya (Translator)
Roland Nip (Pawnbroker)
Synopsis:
Thieves who failed in their first attempt to nab a Hawaiian statue try again when the statue is put
on display aboard a cruise ship.

6.15 [--] Magnum PI: THIS ISLAND ISN'T BIG ENOUGH
b: 13-Feb-1986
Teleplay: Chris Abbott-Fish / Story: Chris Abbott-Fish & Reuben Leder
d: Leo Penn
Director of Photography: John C. Flinn III
Guest Stars:
Clyde Kusatsu (Gordon Katsumoto)
Jenny Sherman (Starr Davis)
Special Guest Star:
Kathleen Lloyd (Assistant District Attorney Carol Baldwin) (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Josie Over (Lily)
Jimmy Borges (Coast Guard Officer #2)
With:
Dan Nichols (Freddie)
Michael Cowell (Coast Guard Officer #1)
Rodney Philip Aui (Deckhand)
Maile Kinimaka (Maile)
Todd Camenson (Otto)
Vince Deadrick Sr. (Matt)
Jeff Jensen (Louis)
Francis Yoshida (Yamashiro)
Harland Reed (Sidney)
Synopsis:
A Hawaiin cop who thinks he is John Wayne helps Magnum look for Rick who disappeared along with
all the passengers on a chartered boat.

6.16 [--] Magnum PI: WAY OF THE STALKING HORSE
b: 20-Feb-1986
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson /Producer in Hollywood: Rick Weaver
Creative Consultant: Reuben Leder
Co-Producers: Jay Huguely & Jill Sherman Donner / Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish
w: Bruce Cervi
d: John Llewellyn Moxey
dop: JCF III
*
Guest Stars:
Clu Gulager (Theo Wolf)
Morgan Stevens (Dan Wolf / Driscoll)
Marta Kober (Mary Elizabeth)
Mie Hunt (Kim Nakamura Wolf)
Elisha Cook, Jr. (Francis "Ice Pick" Hofstetler) (recurring)
*
Kwan Hi Lim (Lieutenant Yoshi Tanaka) (recurring)
Glenn Cannon (Doc Ibold)  (recurring)
Dom Pomes (Hagen's Counsel)
With:
Kirk Matthews (Reporter #1)
Tina Shelton (Reporter #2)
Ron Wood (Reporter #3)
John Romano (Guard)
Billy Berger (Agricultural Inspector)
David Lau (Peter)
Alan Suyama (Anesthesiologist)
Carol Winfree (Circulating Nurse #1)
Tony Natoli (Medical Technician)
Debra Shimabukuro (Surgical Nurse)
Jack Blezard (Circulating Nurse #1)
*
Carol Baldwin [cameo, uncredited])
Synopsis:
A hit man tells Magnum that he is looking for his long lost father in order to enlist Magnum's
aid in locating his victim.

6.17 [--] Magnum PI: FIND ME A RAINBOW (NOT verified)
b: 13-Mar-1986
w: Jill Sherman Donner
d: Rick Weaver
Stella Stevens ........... Lally ???
gs: [NOT verified]
Julie Montgomery ......... Lydia McCarthy
Jennifer Salt ............ Susan Brandis
Denise Galik (Georgia)
Kenneth David Gilman ..... Donald Burns
Elissa Dulce (Rosine)
Jim Hutchinson (Detective Howell)
Robert Witthans (Joe McKenna, p.i.)
Fred Ball (Cab driver)
Lourdes Estores (Girl on beach)
Wakefield Mist ................ Jesse McCarthy
Justin Taber (Ben)
Synopsis:
A woman involves Magnum in a custody dispute when she asks him to find a jewel thief who in reality
is her son's father who took the boy.

6.18 [--] Magnum PI: Who is Don Luis and Why is He Doing These Terrible Things to Me? (NOT verified)
b: 20-Mar-1986
w: Jay Huguely
d: John Llewellyn Moxey

gs: [NOT verified]
Robert Hogan (Alan Johnson)
Cesare Danova (President Manuel Ibenez)
Gillian Dobb (Agatha Chumley)
John Hillerman (Don Luis Mongueo/Higgins [uncredited])
Anthony M. LaPaglia (Albert Stanley Higgins (1921))
Kanani Choy (Postal Lady)
Devon Guard (Laurie)
Ernest Chan (Butler)
Nyle Hallman (Alicia)
Ed Randolph (King Fernando)
Caron Aquino (Don Ana)
Celilio Rodriguez (Guerilla #1)
Gil Aguilar (Guerilla #2)
Synopsis:
One of Higgins half brothers appears during a chess tournament apparently to assassinate the leader of
his South American country.

6.19 [--] Magnum PI: A LITTLE BIT OF LUCK...A LITTLE BIT OF GRIEF
b: 03-Apr-1986
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson /Producer in Hollywood: Rick Weaver
Creative Consultant: Reuben Leder
Co-Producers: JH / Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish
w: Reuben Leder
d: Ray Austin
Guest Stars:
Pat Corley (Blair Boyer / Dennis MacKenzie) [NOT Pat Crowley]
Claudia Cron (Jeannie Kozar)
Bruce Forsyth (Lottery Host)
John Lisbon-Wood (Dwayne Dailey, esq.)
Robert Hoy (Cornell Dye)
And:
Elisha Cook, Jr. (Francis "Ice Pick" Hofstetler) (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end creits)
Melanie Vincz (Mandy Smith)
David S. Cass Sr. (Benny DeSilva [as David Cass])
Kiva Lawrence (Debralee Worthy)
Esmond Chung (Sergeant Kenny Chung)
Milt Jamin (Miguel Fuentes)
Ben Wong (Limo Driver (Paul))
Stanley Morgan (Piano Player)
Synopsis:
T.C. and Magnum have no time to congratulate Rick who has returned from holiday with $1 million and a fiancee
when they are thrown in jail for opposing a land developer who intends on wrecking some boys' clubhouse.

6.20 [--] Magnum PI: PHOTO PLAY
b: 10-Apr-1986
Supervising Producer: Chas. Floyd Johnson /Producer in Hollywood: Rick Weaver
Creative Consultant: Reuben Leder
Co-Producers: Jay Huguely & Jill Sherman Donner / Producer: Chris Abbott-Fish
Teleplay : Bruce Cervi / Story: Chas. Floyd Johnson
d: Burt Brinckerhoff
Guest Stars:
Cassie Yates ............. Shelly Faraday
Denny Miller ............. F.B.I. Agent London
Gillian Dobb ............. Agatha Chumley (recurring)
*
(end credits - not verified)
Max Kleven (Thug #1)
Geoff Heise (David Kirk)
Rose Marie Barbeei (Kristin)
Jake Hoopai (Truck Driver)
Walter Scott (Thug #2)
Suzy Williams (Nurse)
Synopsis:
A photographer looking for Magnum so he can discover who is following her finds him when she crashes into his car.

################# Magnum, P.I. ###############
############### End of season 6 ##############
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