Video Analysis for HAWAII FIVE-O (1968) ep 1.04 Samurai - scene transition
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This is my favorite scene transition from Hawaii Five-O. In episode 1.04, "Samurai", ... This is my favorite scene transition from Hawaii Five-O.
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