My idea of going to hell is going somewhere where there are no books.
I don't think anyone connected with Five-O believed the show would last as long as it did.
I give a percentage of the earnings to the Motion Picture Home.
I got into the acting business very young.
I thought even if the show only lasted a year, it would be fun.
It was an hour of sanity with the good guys winning, a situation where the world was right side up.
Some people say Hawaii is spoiled, but I don't think so. It's modern. It's a part of today's world.
The first year we actually did a lot of night shooting and the writers weren't even allowed on location.
Nobody really knows what makes a hit TV show.
We were living in a tumultuous time, when the world was upside down. Freeman produced a show that was black and white, the good guys versus the bad guys.
Who knows what kind of life I might have had had I not been fortunate enough to have the parents I've had.
A woman doesn't just love a man. She loves who he is. And, who he is is dependent on what he needs.
Actually, if I could find a woman who was that wonderful; that understanding, well, I'd give her everything in the world that was in my power to give. And, I'd love her more than I ever thought it possible to love any woman.
You should hear the guy who dubs me in Japan. I like him the most. He has a high squeaky voice.
Fortunately, I've also been an electrician, and that's a happy memory for me.
For years I have played the twenty-something lover.
But it's hard to sustain a successful acting career today.
In the case of Five-O, I believe it was a combination of many ingredients - timing, chemistry, Hawaii.
Walt Disney was not a merchant of sadness.
I just sold a farm in Missouri, and I own a ski lodge in Colorado with some Honolulu partners.
They all went down in droves because just scenes of palm trees and beaches can get pretty boring.
You know, as I do, actors who, having become worldwide celebrities thanks to a TV series, complain of their lot and declare themselves ready to drop it all.
My mother insisted that I have a normal upbringing.
Frankly - and believe me, I say this without any pretense - when I see the road I've taken, I have to say that thanks to good luck, because without good luck one can do nothing, I've come out pretty well.
I had accumulated some capital and was at an age at which I was interested in generating income. But even though I was risk averse, I was interested in growth stocks.
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