Hawaii Five-O

Follow the White Brick Road - S4-E23

Visible crew/equipment: Aboard the smaller boat that comes out to pick up McGarrett from the tug, you can plainly see a cameraman shouldering his camera and standing up to film the tug boat.

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Air Cargo -- Dial for Murder - S4-E7

Visible crew/equipment: In the office, when McGarrett hands Chin Ho the murdered cop's notebook, the microphone shadow can be seen moving across the set wall at the upper left of the screen.

00:14:15

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Air Cargo -- Dial for Murder - S4-E7

Visible crew/equipment: When the bad guys enter the print shop, the boom shadow moves across their heads and onto the wall behind them.

00:11:10

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Air Cargo -- Dial for Murder - S4-E7

Visible crew/equipment: The crooks drive off in their blue '56 Chevy, capturing the reflection of a row of studio lights in the car's shiny side panel as it pulls away.

00:34:15

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A Matter of Mutual Concern - S4-E11

Visible crew/equipment: As the mob bosses gather for their summit meeting, one of their big black Lincoln Continentals reflects several banks of studio lights when it comes through the security gates.

00:16:40

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