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James MacArthur, regular on 'Hawaii Five-0,' dies at 72

James MacArthur, the actor who played Danny Williams in the long-running TV series "Hawaii Five-0" and starred in the Disney films "Swiss Family Robinson" and "Kidnapped," died Thursday, according to a publicist for Paramount Home Entertainment. He was 72.

From 1968 to 1979, MacArthur was a regular character on the original TV series, which was filmed in Hawaii. He starred opposite Jack Lord, who as Steve McGarrett had the oft-repeated line, "Book 'em, Danno." A revamped version of the series is running this season on CBS.

Born Dec. 8, 1937, MacArthur was the adopted son of writer Charles MacArthur and actress Helen Hayes.

A full obituary will follow at www.latimes.com/obits.

-- Claire Noland

 

 
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So sad to read this today. I am enjoying the new "Hawaii-O" as I did the original, and loved James MacArthur in it and all of the Disney movies. My condolences to his family


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