frauenfelder at June 9th, 2014 13:31 — #1
moriati at June 9th, 2014 13:57 — #2
Methinks he should have gone for a stick 'drop' rather than an over-the-shoulder toss.
petzl at June 9th, 2014 14:13 — #4
For comparison, the actual 5-0 theme: http://youtu.be/uQ9xfNn09eQ?t=3s
logolepsy at June 9th, 2014 14:29 — #5
@petzl The version you linked sounds funny to me. This is the one I remember from my childhood: http://youtu.be/LrkrQXuDq24
I wonder how many official versions there are.
skeptic at June 9th, 2014 14:30 — #6
Yeah, the video is cute, but misleading. I thought the kid was really reproducing some actual drum fill, as opposed to making an exaggerated stunt version of it. Nothing wrong with making up an exaggerated version to show off, but I had to check YouTube only to find the actual fill is based on a normal range of tom toms with added kettle drums.
lemoutan at June 9th, 2014 17:30 — #7
He was probably nervous. Few give Clemenza's detailed instructions the attention they deserve. The man knows how to perform an execution.
snagglepuss at June 9th, 2014 22:19 — #8
My most ingrained memory of "Hawaii Five-O" was that I had two spinster aunts who felt the same way about Jack Lord as Patty and Selma did about Richard Dean Anderson. It was creepy.
noahdjango at June 10th, 2014 00:03 — #9
petzl at June 10th, 2014 01:14 — #10
I'm 5-O-D'ing on this 3-minute long version. (The 6 minute video seems to be 2 repetitions of the 3 minute version?) Never heard it before. Mahalo!
frauenfelder at June 14th, 2014 13:31 — #11
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