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"Mr. White Death" is the eighth episode of the third season of Magnum, P.I. which originally aired on November 18, 1982.

Plot[]

A professional wrestler from the mainland asks Magnum to find his son.

Synopsis[]

A former boxing champion asks Magnum to find his long-lost son, but elements of his story do not ring true.

Cast[]

Main[]

Guest[]

  • Ernest Borgnine as Earl Gianelli / "Mr. White Death"
  • Margie Impert as Madeline Jones
  • James Edgcomb as Phil Lewis
  • Linda Ryan as Cora Gillson
  • Ric Marlow as Salvatore Marchese
  • James Grant as Harry Meacham
  • Lord James Blears as Ring Announcer
  • Farmer Boy Ipo as Big Zongo
  • Spitfire Brown as Joey (credited as Percy Brown Jr.)
  • Reri Tava Jobe as Jo
  • Raymond Scanlan as Bouncer

Trivia[]

  • Rick gets punched in the jaw three times throughout the course of the episode.
  • The Samoan wrestler (Big Zongo) who wrestles with "Mr. White Death" at the beginning is played by Farmer Boy Ipo, a real life Samoan wrestler who performed mostly in Hawaii. He was part of a tag team duo known as "The Samoan Connection".

Quotes[]

Earl Gianelli: Yeah, the Mag's puttin' me up for a couple of days.
Higgins: The Mag!?... How Magnaminous.

T.C.: Come on, Rick. You gotta learn how to defend yourself. That way, you won't have to depend on your freinds all the time to defend you.
  Season 3 (1980)
Did You See the Sunrise?Ki'is Don't LieThe Eighth Part of the VillagePast TenseBlack on WhiteFlashbackFoiled AgainMr. White DeathMixed DoublesAlmost HomeHeal ThyselfOf Sound MindThe Arrow That Is Not AimedBasket CaseBirdman of BudapestI Do?Forty Years from Sand IslandLegacy from a FriendTwo Birds of a Feather...By Its CoverThe Big BlowFaith and Begorrah
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