Welcome to the ultimate film and TV western History and discover this primary reference resource.
Web Alan's Trivia

Home >> FUN Trivia Q&A >> Television

Hollywood The End Trivia
Hollywood The End Trivia


Hawaii Five-0

Choose an answer from the three choices and true or false offered after each question and then "Check Your Answers" at the end of the quiz.

 Alan's TV Shows FUN Trivia Q&A.  Trivia powered by ABE1. The CBS television network produced and transmitted the program from September 26 (September 20 for the pilot episode, "Cocoon"), 1968 to April 5, 1980. Hawaii Five-O was shot on location in Honolulu, Hawaii, and throughout the island of Oahu - with occasional filming in other locales like Los Angeles, Singapore and Hong Kong as well as other Hawaiian islands. Who created the series?

  • Leonard Freeman
  • Richard Lord
  • Paul Jameson

2. Hawaii Five-O centers on a fictional state police force of the same name. At the time Hawaii was the only state without an actual statewide police agency.

  • True or False?

3. How many season did the show air on CBS?

  • 10
  • 12
  • 14

4. Former Navy officer Steve McGarrett heads up the Hawaii Five-0 state police force. Who played Steve McGarrett?

  • Jack Lord
  • Dan Williams
  • Tim O'Kelley

5. Danny "Danno" Williams played by James MacArthur (original cast) (1968-1979). Who played him in the pilot episode?

  • James MacArthur
  • William Smith
  • Tim O'Kelley

6. McGarrett's famous line was "Book 'em, Danno!"

  • True or False?

7. McGarrett's archnemesis on Hawaii Five-O was an intelligence officer of the People's Republic of China, Wo Fat. Who played Wo Fat?

  • Khigh Dheigh
  • Kam Fong
  • Danny Kamekona

8. The external shots of the building which housed the Five-O squad were of the Iolani Palace. It was the original home of the British monarchy.

  • True or False?

9. Curiously. Five-0 lacked its own radio network, necessitating frequent requests by McGarrett to the Honolulu Police Department dispatchers to "__________ through to Danno".

  • Patch me
  • Wire me
  • Connect me

10. Another legacy is the popularity of the arranged Hawaii Five-O theme song and later covered by surf music band The Ventures. It is a song that is particularly popular for college and high school marching bands to play, especially at the University of Hawai'i, in which it has become the University's unofficial fight song. Who composed the song?

  • Morton Stevens
  • Don Wilson
  • Bob Bogle

Check Your Answers

  1. Leonard Freeman
  2. True
  3. 12
  4. Jack Lord
  5. Tim O'Kelley
  6. True
  7. Khigh Dheigh
  8. False, it was the home of the Hawaiian monarchy
  9. Patch me
  10. Morton Stevens
Powered by ... All text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.
E-mail | AlansKitchen Privacy Policy