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Magnum, P.I./Forty Years from Sand Island

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Forty Years from Sand Island
Season 3, Episode 18
Airdate February 24, 1983
Production Number
Writer(s) Rogers Turrentine,
Robert Gilmer,
Reuben Leder
Director(s) Mike Vejar
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Forty Years from Sand Island is the eighteenth episode of the third season of Magnum, P.I., and the fifty-eighth episode overall.

Guest Stars: James Shigeta (Dr. Richard Enoka), Keye Luke (Saji Goto), Marilyn Tokuda (Nancy Nakamura)

Co-Starring: Danny Kamekona (Russell Nakamura), David Palmer (Fred Sorenson), John L. Roselius (Pro), 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)


Plot Overview

Two Japanese-Americans who were interned on Sand Island in January 1942 witness two soldiers beating a fellow Japanese internee to death. This incident causes repercussions today.