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Hawaii Five-0 - 2.18 - The Daily Mail Report on James Caan Episode Shooting (Plus Photos)

I also figured this may also be the episode that has Ed Asner in it I heard from Lenkov he says he'll be in 2.18

This is how we did it in The Godfather: James Caan shows son Scott how to shoot a gun on set of Hawaii Five-O

He knows a thing or two about shooting guns on screen after starring in the likes of The Godfather and A Bridge Too far.

And James Caan appeared to be passing on some tips to his son Scott as they filmed scenes for his hit TV series Hawaii Five-O.

The pair looked like they were having an exciting time as they sprung into action on a marina in the sunny paradise island.

And James, 71, certainly seemed to be taking a leading role, as he was pictured shooting a revolver during an action scene.

Of course the veteran has plenty of useful experience to offer when it comes to toting a gun on screen.

As a young actor he was able to learn from watching gun-slinging legend John Wayne when they starred together 1966 western El Dorado.

He also starred as Sorentino 'Sonny' Corleone, son of mob boss Vito Coreone, played by Marlon Brando in the cult classic The Godfather.

It is unclear at the moment exactly what role the Thief star will be playing on the popular CBS show, though the fact he bears such a strong resemblance to his 35-year-old son means it is likely he will play the father of hotshot detective sergeant Danny Williams.

But it already seems he could be making more appearances, as executive producer Peter Lenkov has hinted his character could become a recurring role.

It was not just Scott, 35, who was picking up tips from his old man.

His co-star Alex O'Loughlin, who plays lieutenant commander Steven McGarrett, also seemed to be getting some martial arts training from the karate expert.

He is in good company though - the sixth dan Takayuki Kubota black belt has also gave classes in self defence to the real-life Culver City Police Department.

Source: The Daily Mail

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