The Jack Lord Memorial

6/19/2004 Dedication

The statue is located at the Kahala Mall just outside the Macy's entrance. For those not driving this is TheBus and Blue Line trolley stop. The above link is to the mall website which features a page about the statue on its What's New page.

Driving directions from Waikiki: Take the H1 Freeway, East to Waialae Ave. Exit 26B. Stay in your right lane and pass 2 intersections. (Kahala Mall will be on your right.)
 Take the next right turn onto Kilauea Ave. Turn right into the mall.

 If you are adventurous or 'freeway apprehensive' Kalakaua Avenue turns into Diamondhead(Kahala Avenue) Road. Take this to Pueo(left turn) up to Kilauea Avenue and the mall is right there. If you run into the Mandarin you've gone too far, turn around and go back one street. This IMHO is a much easier and a WAY more scenic route.

And now on to the pictures..............

 

Since its arrival the statue has been wearing a thick green bag seriously folks, a PLAIN green bag for Jack Lord? I was tempted to paint a few flowers on here but too many  witnesses ;)
Prior to the arrival of MOST people the bag was pulled off and the black cover put on.Early arrivals do get sneak peeks :-) As soon as the cover was put on a freak wind blew it off. Was that really a freaky wind or something else
The University of Hawaii pep band The band played the theme song during the rainstorm.
still playing blessings(AKA a drenching)flowed from above
pre-teen hula dancers the crowds gathered
Boys blowing conch shells started off the show Jack decided to stay undercover for the duration
side view of the dancers dancers in front of the statue
boy dancers.those vests look more tyrolian than hawaiian the girls in front of the statue
the plaque base in case you missed it. another view of the plaque
a deal is struck, he will stay undercover. For the moment. the girls again
Jimmy Borges, emcee by default The hula dancer from show's opening credits tells her hip shaking story
more stories Margaret Doversola tells her story of late night shampooing and munchie raids
yet more tales Seth Sakai tells his tale of singing christmas carol during shooting. Anybody think that spot looks like a dolphin
Eddie Sherman makes an appearance waiting patiently
Jack's priest issues blessings in the rain And the cover comes off for good!
first press photos Lynn Liverton, the sculptor, poses as another freaky wind blows her skirt. Thats Cindy Kimura leaving
Doug Mossman finaly made it!. The hat really does complete the look. The guy in the blue shirt is the  Kahala Mall manager. Mahalo for the ground space statue with leis
the mali leaf lei. The leaf at the base was left by the priest another view of the statue
Doug Mossman and Lynn Liverton Doug's hat on the statue
Jimmy and Lynn Enis Jimmy and I
Doug and his son Lynn poses again
the statue the beach behind Jack's condo. I neeeded soemthing to fill this last cell

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