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The Hawaiians (17-Jun-1970)

Director: Tom Gries

Writer: James R. Webb

From novel: Hawaii by James A. Michener

Music: Henry Mancini

Producer: Walter Mirisch

Keywords: Drama, Hawaii

Sequel to Hawaii (1966).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lyle Bettger
Actor
13-Feb-1915 24-Sep-2003 The Greatest Show on Earth
Geraldine Chaplin
Actor
31-Jul-1944   Doctor Zhivago
Khigh Dhiegh
Actor
1910 25-Oct-1991 Wo Fat on Hawaii 5-O
Charlton Heston
Actor
4-Oct-1923 5-Apr-2008 The Ten Commandments
James Hong
Actor
22-Feb-1929   Indeed!
John Phillip Law
Actor
7-Sep-1937 13-May-2008 The Russians Are Coming
Keye Luke
Actor
18-Jun-1904 12-Jan-1991 Charlie Chan's No. 1 Son, Lee
Mako
Actor
10-Dec-1933 21-Jul-2006 Akiro "The Wizard" in the Conan series
Alec McCowen
Actor
26-May-1925   English Shakespearean actor

CAST

Charlton Heston   ...   Whip Hoxworth
Co-Starring
Geraldine Chaplin   ...   Purity Hoxworth
John Phillip Law   ...   Noel Hoxworth
Mako   ...   Mun Ki
Khigh Dhiegh   ...   Kai Chung
Don Knight   ...   Overpeck
Virginia Ann Lee   ...   Mei Li
Keye Luke   ...   Foo Sen
with
Lyle Bettger   ...   Janders
Naomi Stevens   ...   Queen Liliuokalani
Harry Townes   ...   Houghton
Also Starring
Tina Chen   ...   Nyuk Tsin
Alec McCowen   ...   Micah Hale
Miko Mayama   ...   Fumiko
Chris Robinson   ...   Dr. Whipple, Jr.
Mary Munday   ...   Malama Hale
James Hong   ...   Ti Chong

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