I actually got both of these episodes from the library and took a ton of screenshots which I was going to post, but then saw these already here. Thanks to Pete for his work.
Both come in the same dvd case, which is convenient - season 2, discs 1 & 2.
Forty Feet High and it Kills! - (2.3)
Sweet Terror - (2.7)
A couple things I thought I'd note after reading through the thread.
1. The tennis court has not been built yet.
2. The interior of the boathouse in Sweet Terror is actually a set, from what I've seen.
3. There is indeed a dock which was no longer there when Magnum P.I. started 11 years later.
4. The kitchen does seem to be from the actual Anderson Estate. At first I was thinking not, but you can see the outside wall through the window (I always wondered how that worked) which is a detail I wouldn't think set designers would take the time to create. It simply looks like a real kitchen too, not something built for TV. And it's only used for a few seconds in the show, so obviously they wouldn't create something just for that.
Here's a few more pictures to illustrate (I hope there's not too many, and a few are repeats of what's been shown):
Picnic tables in the distance where the tennis court should be. Also a nice shot of the "guesthouse" in the distance. The grass seems to be more green in Hawaii Five-0 - maybe just the film or time of year?
The first picture is supposed to be inside the boathouse. But notice the floor is finished. In the second picture you can see the floor is actually sand. It's the same doorway that's being shown in both pictures. You can also see the seldom photographed stairs in the second picture.
The dock in the distance
That's a young Soon-Tek Oh from the following episodes of Magnum P.I.
- Memories Are Forever: Part 1
- (2.5) .... General Nguyen Hue
- Memories Are Forever: Part 2
- (2.6) .... General Nguyen Hue
- Two Birds of a Feather
- (3.20) .... Sato
- Kiss of the Sabre
- (5.11) .... Dr. Bill Su/Dr. Ling
- Little Girl Who
- (7.7) .... North Vietnamese General Nguyen Hue
He's also the Sensei in Beverly Hills Ninja
And here you can see the way to get to the actual front door of the Anderson Estate, with pictures taken in order
And now inside the real front door with the courtyard in the background. (You can even see the "guesthouse" in the background of the second picture.)
So the true front door to the Anderson Estate appears to be the one which is centered overlooking the courtyard. (To the left in this picture.)