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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Mannix' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'Mannix':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)





January 11, 1969: A Pittance Of Faith
Season 2, episode 14
W: Blake Ritchie, Warren Duff   D: Gerald Mayer

With Bart La Rue (Reporter), Woodrow Parfrey (Harry), Larry Linville (Lt. George Kramer), Joe Mantell (Albie), E.J. Andre (Professor Mario Carvello), David Opatoshu (Lardelli), Corinne Camacho (Maria), Don Eitner (Scott), Tom Palmer (Milikan), Bobby Troup (Bobby).
Joe Mannix becomes entangled in an ever-widening intrigue when he's hired by 21 people to prove that the death of a beautiful model was not suicide.

February 1, 1969: The Girl Who Came In With The Tide
Season 2, episode 17
W: Blake Ritchie, Don M. Mankiewicz   D: Gerald Mayer

With Arline Anderson (Maid), Robert Reed (Lt. Tobias), Rita D'Amico (Carol), Lloyd Bochner (Alec Ryan), Nancy Kovack (Bret Nicols), Salli Sachse (Mona), David Frank (Tom).
Joe Mannix investigates the death of a girl that was ruled accidental, and suspects that a long-time enemy of his is involved.

March 22, 1969: The Solid Gold Web
Season 2, episode 23
W: Blake Ritchie, Donn Mullally   D: Sutton Roley

With Shirley O'Hara (Iris Meacham), Whit Bissell (Harry Meacham), Sally Kellerman (Diana Walker), John Archer (Judge John Leigh), Anne Loos (Cinny), John Randolph (Jason Walker), Hal Baylor (Cully), Jason Wingreen (Barney), Robert Ellenstein (Macklin Reeves).
Joe Mannix becomes involved in murder and political intrigue when he agrees to help a wealthy newspaper publisher find the reasons for his daughter's strange behavior.





September 27, 1969: Eagles Sometimes Can't Fly
Season 3, episode 1
W: Robert Heverly   D: Stuart Hagmann

With Shirley O'Hara (Store Owner's Wife), Carol Bagdasarian (Teller), Geoffrey Deuel (Jimmy Whitewing), Alan Bergmann (James Kitchener), Joseph Reale (Elgin Boyd), Shyrl Formberg (Waitress), Lee Faulkner (Reed), Celeste Yarnall (Tawny), Frederic Downs (Store Owner).
When two young friends of Peggy's are wrongly accused of murder, Joe Mannix searches for the real killer, who can only be linked to the crime by a beautiful dancer.

October 4, 1969: Color Her Missing
Season 3, episode 2
W: Donn Mullally   D: Michael Caffey

With Chet Stratton (Cory Boone), Jason Evers (Charles Egan), Carla Borelli (Dallas King), John Beck (Boyes), Virginia Gregg (Liz Boone), Michael Masters (Tom).
Joe Mannix investigates the death of his friend and fellow private eye and winds up conducting a probe for an attorney who is suspected as the person responsible for the crime.

October 11, 1969: Return To Summer Grove
Season 3, episode 3
W: Cliff Gould   D: Gerald Mayer

With Vera Miles (Jean McBride), Larry Pennell (Troy McBride), Marion Ross (Lurene Warinsky), Booth Colman (Leo Kolligian), Jerry Douglas (Ed Barkley), Victor Jory (Stefan Mannix), Lili Valenty (Maria), Valentin de Vargas (Sheriff Madeiros), Harry Raybould (Fred), Ivy Bethune (Nurse).
Joe Mannix returns to his home town of Summer Grove at the request of a past flame to investigate the murder that a man in an iron lung is accused of committing.

October 18, 1969: The Playground
Season 3, episode 4
W: Ed Adamson   D: Paul Krasny

With Robert Conrad (Mitch Cantrell), Leslie Parrish (Mona), Ralph Montgomery (Gene), Dan Barton (Director), Tommy Huff (Bud), Bill Erwin (Prop Man), Paul Comi (Rudy), Ben Cooper (Pete).
Even after Joe Mannix turns up a number of prime suspects, an egomaniacal Western movie star refuses to believe that somebody is out to kill him.

October 25, 1969: A Question Of Midnight
Season 3, episode 5
W: Barry Oringer   D: Sutton Roley

With Sam Edwards (Silas Cooper), Tom Troupe (Dr. Ben Holland), Lee Meriwether (Reva Daniels), John Howard (Dr. Daniels), Barbara Babcock (Nurse Hapgood), Barbara Bosson (Miss Riley), Logan Ramsey (Stilwell), Vivi Janiss (Miss Kearsarge), Bill Baldwin (Dr. Moore), Laurel Goodwin (Andrea), Scott McKay (Dr. Bennett), James Westerfield (Sheriff), Mona Bruns (Mrs. Tucker).
At the request of a close friend, Joe Mannix investigates a two-year-old crime to disprove malpractice charges against Ben Holland, a small-town doctor.

November 1, 1969: A Penny For The Peep-Show
Season 3, episode 6
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Gerald Mayer

With Larry Linville (Lt. Kramer), Edd Byrnes (Clay/Harry McCloy), Charles Dierkop (Makuta/John Marrish), Regis Cordic (Mr. Coolidge), Sabrina Scharf (Celia James), Ramon Bieri (Peters), Kevin Hagen (Jackson), Christopher Dark (Driver).
While consulting with a client about the location of a small fortune, Joe Mannix is interrupted by three escaped convicts breaking into his ofice with plans to use it as a hdeout.

November 8, 1969: A Sleep In The Deep
Season 3, episode 7
W: John Meredyth Lucas   D: Gerald Mayer

With Byron Morrow (Robert Stoner), Skip Homeier (Naval Intelligence Agent Gordon), Angel Tompkins (Barbara Stoner/Sondra Markham), Paul Stewart (Andre Korvak), Marianna Hill (Ellen Barton), Jonathan Lippe (Thomas Clayton Hewitt), Sivi Aberg (Carla Renata), Milton Selzer (Dave Wright), David Chow (Yoshi), Charles Seel (Blind man).
The police believe the drowning of a man to be accidental, but the decedent's wife, certain there was foul play, hores Manniz to investigate.

November 22, 1969: Memory: Zero
Season 3, episode 8
W: Lionel E. Siegel, Ric Vollaerts   D: Harry Harvey, Jr.

With Thomas A. Geas (Connelly), Don Francks (Martell), Frank Campanella (Lt. Dave Angstrom), Katherine Justice (Ann Wells), Madison Arnold (Towbridge), Anne Loos (Mrs. Phillips), Arthur Peterson (Mr. Phillips), Lee Parrish (Bartender), Mark Russell (Policeman), Al Roberts (Garage Attendant).
Joe Mannix is hired by the secretary to a recently deceased private eye, who claims someone is trying to kill her for reasons unknown to her.

November 29, 1969: The Nowhere Victim
Season 3, episode 9
W: Dan Ullman   D: Sutton Roley

With Stuart Nisbet (Al), Richard Bull (Dr. Whitaker), Marc Lawrence (Angelo Palerma), Corinne Camacho (Victoria Bertelli), Richard Bakalyan (Jones), Diane Holden (Shirley), Lloyd Battista (James Vincent), Peter Mamakos (Smith), Frank Puglia (Antionoli), Julian Rivero (Guido), Ric Roman (Brown).
While searching for the missing victim of a hit-and-run accident, Joe Mannix gets caught up in the middle of a feud between two warring families of the notoroius "brotherhood".

December 6, 1969: The Sound Of Darkness
Season 3, episode 10
W: Barry Trivers   D: Corey Allen

With Joby Baker (Rudy Marin), James Edwards (Jerry), Gilbert Green (Dr. Lang), Peter Brocco (Derelict), Eddie Barth (Foreman), Glenn R. Wilder (Killer).
With the help of experts on blindness, Joe Mannix learns to function as a sightless person in order to set himself up as bait for a killer.

December 13, 1969: Who Killed Me?
Season 3, episode 11
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Harry Harvey, Jr.

With Peter Brandon (Paul), Paul Richards (Bradley Everette), Susan Howard (Christina Preston), Anthony Eisley (Lawrence King), Hal Baylor (Henry Marshak), Jack Bannon (Troy), Yvonne Craig (Diana Everette).
An aircraft industry executive hires Joe Mannix to locate the person, or persons, who tried to sabotage his private plane.

December 20, 1969: Missing: Sun And Sky
Season 3, episode 12
W: Cliff Gould, Halsted Welles, Norman Katkov   D: Sutton Roley

With Bart La Rue (Announcer), Harry Carey Jr. (Floyd), Alex Dreier (Sam Dallas), Richard Davalos (Paddy), Gene Raymond (Richmond Greene), Anita Louise (Althea Greene), James McCallion (V.P. Stander), Don Eitner (Stu), Allen Joseph (Tattoo Artist), William Phipps, Michael Stanwood (First boy), Michael Greer (Second boy), Dave Jones (Helicopter Pilot).
The theft of a champion racehorse presents Joe Mannix with one of the most baffling cases of his career when he discovers the only motive for the crime belongs to the horse's owners.

January 3, 1970: Medal For A Hero
Season 3, episode 14
W: Frank Telford   D: Seymour Robbie

With Jack Ging (Sgt. Ives), Mark Stewart (Toby), Terry Carter (Marcus Fair), Gloria Calomee (Hettie Wills), Frank Marth (Lt. Burdette), Bobby Troup (Bobby), B.J. Mason (Clayton), Walter Matthews (Charleston), Dean Harens, Dick O'Shea (First Officer), Brenda Bennett (Waitress).
Joe Mannix tries to clear the name of Peggy's late husband when his name appears on a list of policemen who were "paid off".

January 10, 1970: Walk With A Dead Man
Season 3, episode 15
W: Ed Adamson   D: Harvey Hart

With Bart La Rue (Vince), Peter Mark Richman (Martin Emory/Harry Glidden), Marian McCargo (Laura Emory), Dane Clark (Lt. Deegan), Parley Baer (Archie), Helen Westcott (Faye), Hollie Hayes (Marcia), Larry Vincent (Wino).
Joe Mannix goes on an investigation tour that leads him from skid row to high society when he agrees to trap a blackmailer.

January 17, 1970: A Chance At The Roses
Season 3, episode 16
W: Lionel E. Siegel   D: Nick Webster

With Alex Gerry (Mr. Levine), Gordon Hoban (Danny Lavor), John Carter (Johnson), Scott Brady (Officer Delaney), Leslie Charleson (Marge Lavor), Jan Merlin (Vodich), Sandy Kenyon (Hammel), Dewey Martin (Lt. Lockwood), Ted de Corsia (William Lavor).
Joe Mannix takes on the almost hopeless task of proving the innocence of a man identified by eyewitnesses as having shot a pharmacist during an attempted hold-up.

January 24, 1970: Blind Mirror
Season 3, episode 17
W: Don Brinkley   D: Nick Webster

With Ed Gilbert (Lieutenant), Craig Littler (Jerry Smith), Robert Lansing (George Diamond), Diane McBain (Stella Diamond), Mike Farrell (Clay Riegles), Linda Marsh (Winifred Hill).
Joe Mannix becomes caught up in a domestic quarrel between an estranged married couple which ends in homicide. Mannix finds the key to the caper rests in the conflicting stories surrounding the previous near-drowning of the victim.

January 31, 1970: Harlequin's Gold
Season 3, episode 18
W: Don Brinkley, Oliver Crawford   D: Gerald Mayer

With Don Knight (Paul Gantry/Patrick Gray), Karen Steele (Angel), Russ Conway (H.T. Stewart), Peter Whitney (Garrett Clegg), Gil Perkins (Wagner), Chuck Hicks (Sikes).
Joe Mannix is hired to find an Australian seaman who has supposedly inherited a small fortune only to learn that he may be setting up the sailor for murder.

February 7, 1970: Who Is Sylvia?
Season 3, episode 19
W: Alfred Brenner   D: Reza Badiyi

With Larry Linville (Lt. Kramer), Jessica Walter (Kathy Graves/Sylvia), Fred Carson (Man with Eyepatch), Bill Baldwin (TV Announcer), Victoria Carroll (Redhead), Robert Colbert (Phil Graves).
A woman with a double identity hires Joe Mannix to find the man who is trying to murder her. One of the main suspects turns out to be her husband and Joe's old army buddy.

February 14, 1970: Only One Death To A Customer
Season 3, episode 20
W: John Meredyth Lucas   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Loretta Swit (Dorothy Harker), Erik Holland (Frank Bauer), John Pearce (Parker), Neil Russell (Larry Hammond), Frank Christi (Bradshaw), Garry Walberg (Corey), Jonathan Kidd (Medical Examiner).
Within a period of 24 hours, three attempts are made on Joe Mannix's life, and the only man with a motive is found dead.

February 21, 1970: Fly, Little One
Season 3, episode 21
W: Arthur Weiss   D: Murray Golden

With Woodrow Parfrey (Pete Fender), Shirley O'Hara (Mrs. Carr), Martin Braddock (Dr. Gasperi), Julie Gregg (Dr. Barbara Harley), Lawrence Dane (Hicks), Pamelyn Ferdin (Dana), Gerry Lock (Dana's Mother), Gene Dynarski (Killer), Gwen Van Dam.
Joe Mannix befriends a little girl who is mentally disturbed and discovers she has evidence that endangers her life -- and his.

February 28, 1970: The Search For Darrell Andrews
Season 3, episode 22
W: John Kneubuhl   D: Seymour Robbie

With Mark Stewart (Toby), Robert Pine (Eric Beckworth), Nolan Leary (Ben), Walter Matthews (Lt. Charleston), Harry Townes (Martin Kimbrough), Wayne Want (Policeman), Dana Elcar (Tom Coleman).
A roll of film that cost a fellow private eye his life comes into Joe Mannix's possession, but before he can turn it over to the police he's told that Peggy and her son are being held hostage in exchange for that film.

March 7, 1970: Murder Revisited
Season 3, episode 23
W: Ed Adamson   D: Harvey Hart

With Don DeFore (Ted Hackett), Arlene Martel (Muriel Price/Valerie Price), Frank Gerstle (Harry C. Armitage), Joshua Bryant (Paul), Chick Casey (Charlie), Oliver McGowan (Dorso), Stanja Lowe (Miss Landon), Reva Rose (Irene).
When Joe Mannix undertakes the investigation of a murder involving a vicious television commentator, he suddenly realizes nobody wants him on the case -- including the chief suspect and her twin sister.

March 14, 1970: War Of Nerves
Season 3, episode 24
W: Barry Trivers   D: Rowe Wallerstein

With Johnny Silver (Jed), Howard Culver (Mr. Hume), Hugh Beaumont (Mr. Calder), Alan Baxter (Major Lewis), Harry Harvey (Ken Bailey), Paul Picerni (Sheriff), Med Flory (Lenz), Jon Lormer (Hotel Clerk), Bill Quinn (Nick), Mort Mills (Hijacker).
Joe Mannix gets caught in the middle when a town is threatened with a flood of toxic nerve gas unless the people come up with $1 million for a crime ring.

March 21, 1970: Once Upon A Saturday
Season 3, episode 25
W: Barry Crane   D: Barry Crane

With Mark Stewart (Toby), Jack Catron (Rio), Don Beddoe (Colonel Lee), Bethel Leslie (Beverly Miller), Pamela Bellwood (Susan Miller), Michael Conrad (Rick), Barbara Rhoades (Donna), Gordon Jump (Charlie), Carlos Rivas (Armando), Robie Porter (Jimmy), Jack Cantron (Rio).
Joe Mannix investigates a series of accidents at a carnival that look suspiciously like attempts on the life of its owner.





September 19, 1970: A Ticket To The Eclipse
Season 4, episode 1
W: Harold Medford   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With Mark Stewart (Toby), Darren McGavin (Mark), Don McGovern (Ray Endicott), Paul Mantee (Tommy Gantt), Dane Clark (Lt. Deegan), Jack Griffin (1st Zoo Attendant), John Wheeler (2nd Zoo Attendant), Chris Woodley (Girl).
When a member of Joe Mannix's former Korean War army unit confesses to killing two people in his quest for revenge because of a grievance incurred during the war, the police think he's a crank. But Mannix believes him.

September 26, 1970: One For The Lady
Season 4, episode 2
W: Dan Ullman   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With James B. Sikking (Mark Langdon), Jack Carter (Harry O'Toole), Jo Van Fleet (Alexandra), Robert Sorrells (Clement North), Damian London (Maury), David Sheiner (Sam), Craig Chudy (Martone), Forrest Compton (Browning), Russ Marin (Angelo), Dorothy Neumann (Cleaning Lady), Lawrence Bame (Guard), Bill Keller (Guard).
Joe Mannix is framed as a jewel thief and possible murderer. He loses his private detective's license and is faced with a prison sentence when he meets a gangster's widow. She hires him as her bodyguard, and offers him an even bigger job -- a $1 million robbery.

October 3, 1970: Time Out Of Mind
Season 4, episode 3
W: Robert Pirosh   D: Corey Allen

With Phillip Pine (Larry Starr), Kim Hamilton (Hallie Woods), A Martinez (Pancho), Juanita Moore (Mrs. Davis), Brock Peters (Sonny Carter), George Tobias (Dalton), Robert 'Buzz' Henry (Mace), Ray Galvin (Logan), Sandra Ann Roberts (Lisa), Stacy Harris (Russ the Florist/Bookie), George Robotham (Man).
Joe Mannix takes up the search for an over-the-hill boxer who is being sought in connection with the murder of a fight-fixing gambler.

October 10, 1970: Figures In A Landscape
Season 4, episode 4
W: Donn Mullally   D: Paul Krasny

With Victor French (Carl Hastings), Jason Wingreen (Barry Nolan), Loretta Swit (Jill Packard), Richard Karie (Police Sergeant), Elaine Fielding (Illena).
A gunman threatens Mannix and barely misses him three times, leading the investigator to believe that someone else is really the intended victim.

October 17, 1970: The Mouse That Died
Season 4, episode 5
W: Chester Krumholz   D: Sutton Roley

With Richard Bull (Professor Edmund Crowson), Hugh Beaumont (Mr. Hammond), Patricia Stich (Holly), Robert Ito (Dr. Yoshira), Roxanne Albee (Hazel), Douglas Henderson (Ferguson), Bill Quinn (Coroner), David Westberg (Geoffrey), Grace Lenard (Landlady), Sean Morgan (Clerk).
Joe Mannix is given a slow-acting poison which doctors can't identify, so he takes it upon himself to race time and search for his adversary.

October 24, 1970: The Lost Art Of Dying
Season 4, episode 6
W: Ed Adamson   D: Fernando Lamas

With Alex Dreier (Frank McGill), Val Avery (Harry Ruxton), Ramon Bieri (Earl Weldon), Julie Parrish (Ruth Danzig), Paul Sorenson (Charlie Keefer), Russ Conway (Warren Henshaw), Judith McConnell (Verna), William Wintersole (Jerry Hagen), Richard Van Vleet (Carl Danzig), Miguel Landa (Hernandez), Harry Caesar (Inmate), Roy Engel (Customer).
Prisoners on death row hold a guard hostage until Joe Mannix promises to try and find the man who framed a condemned man. Mannix calls on a prize-winning newsman for help.

October 31, 1970: The Other Game In Town
Season 4, episode 7
W: Robert W. Lenski   D: Sutton Roley

With Charles Picerni (Ricardo), Bart La Rue (Victor Brady), Martine Beswick (Eve Brady), Don Dubbins (Chris Allison), Allen Joseph (Lab Man), Rich Little (Billy Moss), Leslie Parrish (T.C.), Don Hanmer (Eddie), Dale Tarter (Controller), Don Edwards (Bartender).
A Las Vegas comic is involved in the disappearance of a debt-ridden gambler.

November 7, 1970: The World Between
Season 4, episode 8
W: Ben Roberts, Lionel E. Siegel   D: Paul Krasny

With Mark Stewart (Toby), Katherine MacGregor, Jerry Douglas (Lt. Mitch Webster), Ford Rainey (Dr. Linkram), Gil Perkins (Tom Smith), Jocelyne Peters (Norma), Maidie Norman (Aunt Frances), Hari Rhodes (Obuko), Albert Popwell (Kenoto), Virginia Capers (Mrs. Frost), Lisa Moore (Nurse Fubala), Scottie McGregor, Chuck Hicks (Morgan), Lillian Randolph (Mrs. Harmon).
Peggy, hospitalized by a scuffle with a law breaker, meets African premier Obuko who is being treated under the alias of Mr. Smith and falls in love with him.

November 14, 1970: Sunburst
Season 4, episode 9
W: Stephen Kandel   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With Keith Walker (Announcer), Ross Hagen (Croaker), Michael Bell (Driver), Patricia Quinn (Dana Simmons), Warren Vanders (York), Barry Atwater (Peterson), James W. Gavin (Gorham), Kenneth Tobey (Sheriff Wells), Walker Edmiston (Perry), Francisco Ortega (Deputy), Brad Dexter (Romano), Paul Carr (Ben Simmons).
Mannix and the owner of a small roadside cafe are captives of three gangland mobsters.

November 21, 1970: To Cage A Sea Gull
Season 4, episode 10
W: Ed Waters   D: Paul Krasny

With Byron Morrow (Hartigan), Keith Walker (Newscaster), Grace Albertson (Professor Elaine Resnick), Michael Vandever (Brix), Norman Alden (Travers), Chick Chandler (Antrim Scott), Peggy Walton-Walker (Bonnie), Ralph Maurer (Kopell), Jerry Hausner (Rudy), Sid Grossfeld (Dispatcher), Ben Cooper (Frank Binns), Richard Karie (Nick), Jeff Davis (Govenor), Byron Mabe (Olin), William Benedict (Popcorn Vendor).
Joe Mannix is scheduled to be executed at dawn when he uncovers an anarchist's plot to violently take over the country.

November 28, 1970: Bang, Bang, You're Dead
Season 4, episode 11
W: Warren Duff   D: Murray Golden

With Arline Anderson (Mrs. Michaels), Larry Linville (Lt. George Kramer), Pat Renella (Earl Bannon), Fred Krone (Pete), Patti Cohoon (Dottie McNeill), Karen Arthur (Samantha Moore), Lloyd Battista (Chris), Loretta Leversee (Helen), George Sawaya (Steve), Sharon Cintron (Miss Parks), Cindy Henderson (Girl), Kelly Thordsen (Micky), Harry Harvey (Garrison).
A precocious seven-year-old girl becomes the target of gangsters when she overhears them plotting a murder while playing in a supposedly abandoned theater.

December 12, 1970: Deja Vu
Season 4, episode 12
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Seymour Robbie

With Brenda Scott (Kathy Warren), Morgan Sterne (Jim Bannerman), Kim Hunter (Angela Warren), Paul Stewart (Dr. Halder), Howard Dayton (Jerry), Sid Haig (Kellaway), Ray Galvin (Repairman), Herman Poppe (Patrol Officer).
A girl with clairvoyant tendencies sees Joe Mannix's picture in a newspaper and begins to have recurring dreams in which she forsees his death. The private eye discounts the girl's disclosures, until he has several close calls with death.

December 19, 1970: Duet For Three
Season 4, episode 13
W: Al Brenner   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With Robert Reed (Lt. Adam Tobias), Johnny Silver (Cab Driver), Gloria Grahame (Mae), Katherine Justice (Ellen Gray), John Considine (Mart Gray), Liam Dunn (Motel Manager), Harold Fong (Vendor), Terence Pushman (Dance Assistant), Robert Colbert (Vic Stanley).
Joe Mannix becomes involved in a series of apparent suicides by members of a black-market ring, when he's hired by the widow of one of the deceased to find out why she's being followed.

January 2, 1971: Round Trip To Nowhere
Season 4, episode 14
W: John Meredyth Lucas   D: Gerald Mayer

With Stuart Nisbet (Tom West), Susan Howard (Amanda Hewitt), Douglas Dick (George Hewitt), Tim O'Connor (Albert Tucker), Jerry Douglas (Lt. Mitch Webster), Kevin Hagen (Alan Guthrie), Tol Avery (Slade), Larry Pennell (Agent Barnes), Jack English (Technician), Crane Jackson (Grimmon).
Joe Mannix helps a widow hunt for her husband's slayer. He finds that the victim was a mystery man who deposited large sums of money with no visible means of support.

January 9, 1971: What Happened To Sunday?
Season 4, episode 15
W: Frank Telford   D: Paul Krasny

With Larry Watson (Gerber), Todd Mason (Parking Attendant), Fred Beir (J. Lester Vail), Katherine Woodville (Vera Rawlins), Milton Selzer (Lt. Maury Strauss), Francine York (Gloria), Georgine Darcy (Billie), Vince Howard (Doctor), J. Pat O'Malley (Bartender), Joe E. Tata (Gas Station Attendant), Ralph Montgomery (Old Man), Don Edwards (Heavy), Patty Elder (Blonde).
Joe Mannix suffers from amnesia and can't remember why an attempt was made on his life or who did it. The one thing he does recall is seeing the girl he was with being thrown from a balcony.

January 16, 1971: The Judas Touch
Season 4, episode 16
W: Merwin Gerard   D: Gerald Mayer

With Linda Chandler (Coronet Girl), Robert Ritchie (Paul Parish), Ruth Roman (Victoria Parish), Brenda Benet (Helen Parish), Don Eitner (Frank Walker), James Wainwright (Smitty), Wayne Heffley (Max), Robert Lansing (Chief Carl Yaring).
A police officer, an ex-convict, is suspected of robbery and murder and disappears. Mannix and the police chief, who know and respect the accused, set out to prove the evidence wrong.

January 23, 1971: With Intent To Kill
Season 4, episode 17
W: Ed Adamson   D: Nick Webster

With Woodrow Parfrey (Pete Fender), Melendy Britt (Hairstylist), Lee Stanley (Larry Wallach), Philip Kenneally (George Dedlos), Dane Clark (Lt. Ira Deegan), Lucy Saroyan (Jill Wallach), Joan Hotchkis (Evelyn Deegan), Betty Anne Rees (Cora Hayden), Janet Brandt (Motel Manager), Robert Williams (Hotel Manager), Critt Davis (Ambulance Attendant).
When a hard-nosed police lieutenant refuses to give up a homicide case he's investigating even after having his life threatened, his overwrought wife secretly hires Mannix to work on the case too.

January 30, 1971: The Crime That Wasn't
Season 4, episode 18
W: Dan Ullman   D: Barry Crane

With Robert Hogan (Donald Coverly), Charles Bateman, Ellen Weston (Nora Coverly), Philip Frame (Dennis Coverly), Jacqueline Susann (Clare Bowman), Maurice Marsac (Etienne), Mary Charlotte Wilcox (Dorothy Henry), Ric Roman (Al Borden), Rosemary DeCamp (Mrs. Henry), Vincent Beck (Archer), Robert 'Buzz' Henry (Hood), Craig Chudy (Smitty), Dewey Martin (Sherwin Kane).
A murder goes undetected until a youth overhears an argument between his parents and, fearing for their safety, seeks the help of Joe Mannix.

February 6, 1971: A Gathering Of Ghosts
Season 4, episode 19
W: John Meredyth Lucas   D: Reza Badiyi

With Jason Evers (Ross), Alan Oppenheimer (Hal Lusk), Marj Dusay (Diana Stevens), Charles Aidman (Alex), Diana Muldaur (Leslie Carlson), Robert Webber (Tom Carlson).
Members of Joe Mannix's college football team put together an unconventional reunion held in a ghost town that ends in murder.

February 13, 1971: A Day Filled With Shadows
Season 4, episode 20
W: Cliff Gould, John D.F. Black   D: Paul Krasny

With John Colicos (Alton Moore), Arline Anderson (Harriet), Charles Picerni (Stan), Sam Chew (Cal Moore), Fred Krone (Sid), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Jeff), Tiffany Bolling (Ann Collier), Neil Russell (Pete Sangree), Glenn R. Wilder (Harry), Chuck Hicks (Leo), Tom McDonough (Schneider), Gail Goodrich.
A college basketball star mysteriously disappears and his father hires Joe Mannix to find him, but the private eye becomes suspicious of the father's intentions when he insists the investigation be kept secret.

February 20, 1971: Voice In The Dark
Season 4, episode 21
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Paul Krasny

With Byron Morrow (George Kinman), Paul Picerni (Roger Stack), Paul Bertoya (Tony), Sondra Currie (Miss Crawford), Carol Lynley (Dorothy Kinman), Jim Antonio (John Deemer), Patricia Winters (Grace Kinman), Ray Ballard (Kobin), Don Edwards (Officer Dexter), Jim Dixon (Officer Stone), Robert Saxon (Doctor), Janaire (Receptionist).
Joe Mannix is hired by a highly-promising Olympic swimming and diving champion who, while confined to a wheelchair following a car accident, is subjected to threatening phone calls.

February 27, 1971: The Color Of Murder
Season 4, episode 22
W: Harold Medford   D: Barry Crane

With Shirley O'Hara (Martha), Diane Keaton (Cindy Conrad), Karen Huston (Thelma Wilkins), Virginia Gregg (Jenny Loman), Anthony Redondo (Conrad), David Westberg (Roger), Bill Baldwin (Announcer), Jo de Winter (Miss Dee), Johnny Haymer (Jerry), James McCallion (Sam), John Sebastian (Vegas Thug), Pepper Martin (Roebuck), Guy Way (Hood), Thomas A. Geas (Sweater), John McLiam (Blaney), John Lupton (Thompson).
An heiress believes that her father's murderer is still at large and pleads with Joe Mannix to help her find him. The private eye becomes suspicious of her true motives when he learns that her chief suspect coincidentally is the executor of her father's estate amd that he has been trying to give her a few lessons in frugality.

March 6, 1971: Shadow Play
Season 4, episode 23
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Paul Krasny

With Larry Watson (Blaine), John Vernon (Chief Belden), Jan Murray (Tony Sargent), Julie Gregg (Lynn Sargent/Janet Kirby), Sam Edwards (Prescott), Lew Brown (Sgt. Lynch), Bert Kramer (Landry), Paul Mantee (Blake), Dick Cangey (Tyson).
Mannix is asked to help when the sister-in-law of a financial wizard suspects her relative of having caused his wife's death. The decedent had learned her husband was a front for a crime syndicate.

March 13, 1971: Overkill
Season 4, episode 24
W: Donn Mullally   D: Harry Harvey, Jr.

With Keith Walker (Smith), Carol Bagdasarian (Nancy), Jay Robinson (Overkill), Jeff Corey (Paul Sorenson), Marc Lawrence (Ty Webber), John Dennis (Colson), Lawrence Deane (Lassiter), Victor Izay (Janney), Al Roberts (Officer), Michael Masters (Williams), Tony Giorgio (Sanford), Jack Bannon (Mr. Caldwell), Boyd 'Red' Morgan (Bailey).
Joe Mannix joins a police investigation for a compulsive killer when a friend of his becomes the sixth victim. And the first clues he uncovers seem to indicate that the killer wasn't responsible for all the crimes reported.





September 15, 1971: Dark So Early, Dark So Long
Season 5, episode 1
W: Robert W. Lenski   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With Arline Anderson (Mrs. Allen), K.T. Stevens (Nun), Sam Melville (John Ogilvy), Rosemary Forsyth (Leslie Fielding), Guy Stockwell (Glenn Fielding), Josephine Hutchinson (Mildred Oliver).
Police detective Joe Mannix begins his fifth season. In the first episode a wealthy woman is the victim of a blackmail plot from an unexpected quarter. She and her husband call on Mannix when it appears that she, rather than the blackmailer, may go to prison.

September 22, 1971: Cold Trail
Season 5, episode 2
W: Ed Waters   D: Barry Crane

With Bert Kramer (Boyle), Paul Mantee (Frank Viola), Nicholas Cortland (Gilbert Douglas), Patricia Medina (Mrs. Corot), Gregory Morton (Professor Brooks Finlan/Anton Brokov), Heidi Vaughn (Marie Finlan), Steven Benson (Waiter), Patty Elder (Barbara), George Voskovec (Niles), Tom Stewart (Dr. Wellesley), Len Wayland (Chief Wedlow), Bob Orrison (Kalish), Bill Burton (Harker).
Why the stepdaughter of an obscure college professor should be the target of a professional kidnapper presents a mystery to Joe Mannix.

September 29, 1971: A Step In Time
Season 5, episode 3
W: Mann Rubin   D: Sutton Roley

With Dean Stockwell (Charles Townsend), Shelley Fabares (Gwen Townsend), Hildy Brooks (Charlotte Benson), Laurence Haddon (Ted Hanlon), Grace Albertson (Dr. Lucas).
When Mannix reports witnessing the murder of a woman, the sheriff insists that it happened the year previously and that he must have had a hallucination.

October 6, 1971: Wine From These Grapes
Season 5, episode 4
W: David H. Vowell   D: Paul Krasny

With Marion Ross (Jean), Booth Colman (Leo Kolligan), Victor Jory (Stefan Mannix), Francine York (Helen), James Daris (Harry Nelson), Hal Needham (Arnie), Perry Lopez (Sheriff Madeiros).
Joe Mannix returns to his home to investigate the murder of a worker during a labor dispute. When evidence points to the labor organizer as the guilty man, the town becomes a divided camp.

October 13, 1971: Woman In The Shadows
Season 5, episode 5
W: Karl Tunberg   D: Paul Krasny

With Ina Balin (Lisa Ralph / Julia Stefan), Eric Braeden (Viktor Gruniev), Jim Antonio (Don Ralph).
A woman who inherits part of a priceless manuscript comes to Mannix for assistance when it appears that Soviet agents intend to get their hands on it.

October 20, 1971: Days Beyond Recall
Season 5, episode 6
W: Robert Pirosh   D: Jud Taylor

With Douglas Henderson (Philip Crane), Vic Morrow (Eric Latimer), Elizabeth Allen (Westy Wescott), Geoffrey Lewis (Ernest), Mike Mazurki (Kony), Liam Dunn (Brock), Peter Hobbs (Ollie Packer), Karl Lukas (Bartender), Johnny Silver (Stacey), Bill Quinn (Doctor), Don McGovern (Rennick).
Joe Mannix, hired by an alcoholic who wants to be saved from skid row, soon learns that the man is not revealing his true identity.

October 27, 1971: Run Till Dark
Season 5, episode 7
W: Dan Ullman   D: Murray Golden

With Jonathan Lippe (Lee Thomas), Val Avery (Mel Cooley), J. Pat O'Malley (Bryant), Charlotte Stewart (Barbara Joyce), Woodrow Parfrey (Willie Small), Val Bisoglio (Charlie Larrabee), Jason Wingreen (Harry Osborn), Byron Morrow (Warden), Vince Howard (Dr. Jackson), Bobby Riha (Steve Brewster).
When a syndicate man attempts to kill a little league manager, Mannix learns that the order came from a prison.

November 3, 1971: The Glass Trap
Season 5, episode 8
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Reza Badiyi

With Robert Foxworth (Ross Santini), H.M. Wynant (Tom Wall), Charles Picerni (Harris), Maidie Norman (Helen Frank), Stacy Keach Sr. (Charles Colton), Doreen Lang (Mrs. Colton), James W. Gavin (Pilot).
Mannix is suspicious of the police detective when he turns over a criminal to his custody.

November 10, 1971: A Choice Of Evils
Season 5, episode 9
W: James Schmerer   D: Paul Krasny

With Mark Stewart (Toby), Todd Mason (Doctor), Georg Stanford Brown (Dennis Thomas), Stephen McNally (Lawrence Powers), Maidie Norman (Mrs. Frost), Paul Carr (Scanlon), Robert Colbert (John Phillips).
Secretary Peggy Fair is kidnapped by two men who leave a note for Mannix saying that the price for her life is the investigation of a company which is openly hostile to him.

November 17, 1971: A Button For General D
Season 5, episode 10
W: Ernie Frankel   D: Reza Badiyi

With Joanna Pettet (Cindy Warren), Irene Tedrow (Sara Dawes), David Sheiner (Gerald Sanford), Ross Hagen (Krebs), Hal Lynch (Monty Dawes), Jack Donner (Norton).
A girl singer is kidnapped by a gang who believe she knows where a fortune is hidden. Mannix enters the case when he gets a clue to the whereabouts of both girl and money.

November 24, 1971: The Man Outside
Season 5, episode 11
W: Arthur Weiss   D: Harry Harvey, Jr.

With Tom Drake (Paul Glydor), Kathie Browne (Carol Barr), Andrew Duggan (Gen. Alex Holt), Coleen Gray (Liz Holt), Roy Jenson (Man), Lenore Kasdorf (Michelle), Ed Lauter (Sergeant).
A retired Army general is photographed with a woman not his wife and hires Joe Mannix to get the negatives. Joe buys them but is held up and robbed by two men who make off with the negs.

December 1, 1971: Murder Times Three
Season 5, episode 12
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Leonard Horn

With Pippa Scott (Barbara), Gene Evans (Dan), Pamela Payton-Wright (Lisa), Joe Maross (Barden), Daniel J. Travanti (Tom Stabler), Alan Bergmann (Alan Boone), Tol Avery (Grossman), Ann Summers (Elaine Bardin), Jeff Morris (Grove), B.J. Mason (Alex), Lee De Broux (Teal).
A runaway girl's father hires Joe Mannix to find her and then tries to pay him to cancel the search.

December 8, 1971: Catspaw
Season 5, episode 13
W: Frank Telford   D: Harry Harvey, Jr.

With Woodrow Parfrey (Marty Davis), Vincent Beck (Frankie West), Joseph V. Perry (Eddie Mixus), Armando Silvestre (Sergeant Rivas), Joanna Phillips (Diana Devore), Jean Lebouvier (Mrs. Ellis), Vic Tayback (Stark).
When a private eye hired to investigate a blackmailer is murdered, Joe Mannix enters the case.

December 15, 1971: To Save A Dead Man
Season 5, episode 14
W: Donn Mullally   D: Paul Krasny

With Robert Mandan (Ed Noble), Brooke Bundy (Sister Meg Costello), Jeremy Slate (Ted Kilgore), Barbara Baldavin (Alyce Taggart), Leonard Stone (Lyle Grandt), Melendy Britt (Adrienne Lindholm), Peter Brocco (C.W. Taggart), Arthur Franz (Father Vale).
A condemned man insists he committed a murder although the evidence indicates he is innocent.

December 29, 1971: Nightshade
Season 5, episode 15
W: Martin Roth   D: Reza Badiyi

With Patricia McAneny (Cecil Porter), Joseph Reale (Joey Brite), Mary Burnett (Ella Holland), Jesse White (Sam Westlake), Milton Berle (Danny Brite), Frank Hotchkiss (Greg Westlake).
When a close friend of Mannix's, a private investigator, is murdered, Joe is intrigued to learn that he was working for a comedian who refuses to discuss the mysterious case.

January 5, 1972: Babe In The Woods
Season 5, episode 16
W: Robert W. Lenski   D: Leonard Horn

With Paul Stevens (Lawrence Martin), Nita Talbot (Joan Martin), Melodie Johnson (Sharon Carter), William Mims (Sheriff), Nora Marlowe (Manager), Ed Begley Jr. (Attendant), Judson Pratt (Gun Club Director).
A genius designer of microcircuits is murdered before he can submit the plans for a phenomenal new computer to his employer.

January 12, 1972: The Sound Of Murder
Season 5, episode 17
W: Leigh Vance   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Jack Ging (Lt. Ives), Madlyn Rhue (Marcia Inman), Jane Merrow (Clarissa Coburn), Jon Cypher (Phillip Lomax), Ron Masak (Barry Gates), Byron Webster (Grant Bailey).
Joe Mannix is engaged to solve a case for a client who secretly doesn't want him to succeed.

January 19, 1972: Moving Target
Season 5, episode 18
W: Karl Tunberg   D: Richard Benedict

With Charles Aidman (Ken Mitchell), Jessica Walter (Althea Blake), Glenn R. Wilder (Paul Anders), Art Buchwald (Carter), Lucille Benson (Ida).
How a man who doesn't exist could be a would-be killer is the puzzle facing Joe Mannix. Columnist Art Buchwald makes his dramatic debut in a brief scene.

January 26, 1972: Cry Pigeon
Season 5, episode 19
W: Donn Mullally   D: Reza Badiyi

With John Colicos (Duke Benedict), Barry Sullivan (Victor Fortune), Corinne Camacho (Maria Fortune), Joseph Hindy (Mark Fortune), Pat Renella (Braden), Richard Devon (Lee Martisse).
A battle for power between rival ganglords threatens to break into open warfare with Joe Mannix in the middle.

February 9, 1972: A Walk In The Shadows
Season 5, episode 20
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Paul Krasny

With Keith Walker (Barney), Lonny Chapman (Phil Rand), Jeanne Cooper (Emma Rand), Ed Flanders (Tom Farnon), Eric Mason (Edward Cole), Mary Charlotte Wilcox (Ellen Jeffers/Miss Thompson), Dean Harens (Alan Preston), Patricia Wynand (Linda), Robert Colbert (Carl Blake).
Although there's overwhelming evidence against his client, accused of murdering his wife, Joe Mannix believes the man is innocent.

February 16, 1972: Lifeline
Season 5, episode 21
W: Dan Ullman   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Lou Rawls (Vance Logan), Ta-Tanisha (Gloria Logan), William Marshall (Bolo), Jack Ging (Lt. Ives), Davis Roberts (Doc Jones), Florence St. Peter (Juanita Logan).
A nightclub singer is wounded by police and captured. When he escapes from the hospital, Joe, a close friend, takes him to his home while he investigates.

February 23, 1972: To Draw The Lightning
Season 5, episode 22
W: Ed Adamson   D: Don McDougall

With Fred Beir (Alan Diedrich), Joan Hotchkis (Irene Gifford), Steve Ihnat (Lt. Larry Gifford), Julie Parrish (Ellen Frazier), Victor Millan (Lt. Mendez), Eddie Firestone (Archie Preston), J. Pat O'Malley (Lou Weldman), Michael Bell (Bob Greer), Charles Picerni (Danny Constantine).
When a police officer kills a man against whom he was known to hold a grudge, the department suspends him despite his insistence that the killing was not planned. He then asks Mannix to investigate, but later insists that Joe withdraw from the case.

March 1, 1972: Scapegoat
Season 5, episode 23
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Byron Morrow (T.D. Simonson), Ivor Barry (Duke of Wellington), John Vernon (Dexter), Paul Fix (Johnny Gunnarson), Lane Bradbury (Karen Gunnarson), Troy Melton (Harvey Grant), Jean Byron (Helen), Rex Holman (Angel), Russ Conway (Police Captain).
Joe Mannix is engaged to go to London to bring $8 million in jewels to a museum in the U.S. Before he can depart he's kidnapped and a double takes his passport and tickets and goes to pick up the gems.

March 8, 1972: Death In The Fifth Gear
Season 5, episode 24
W: Chester Krumholz   D: Paul Krasny

With Jason Evers (Josh Martin), Mariette Hartley (Nurse Cara Guild), Charles Bateman (Dr. Kenbrook), Eddie Ryder (Mike Fisher), Elsa Lanchester (Edna Barrington).
Joe Mannix is involved in a traffic accident and suffers serious head injuries. While in the hospital he is beset by vivid hallucinations, and when he recovers he can't determine if conversations he heard threatening his life were real or imaginary. Framed for murder, the private eye keeps on the run, unable even to trust secretary Peggy.





September 17, 1972: The Open Web
Season 6, episode 1
W: Donn Mullally   D: Arnold Laven

With Rip Torn (Victor Roarke), John McLiam (Fogarty), Eddie Egan (Lt. Haber), Maggie Johnson (Sarah).
The sixth season begins as Joe Mannix and Police Lieutenant Art Malcolm are guarding a gang leader, when a helicopter with fake sheriff's markings swoops down to rescue the killer and takes Malcolm hostage.

September 24, 1972: Cry Silence
Season 6, episode 2
W: Ed Waters, Oliver Crawford   D: Alf Kjellin

With Anthony Zerbe (James Conway), Len Wayland (Rev. Moresby), James Nusser (Charlie), Geoffrey Lewis (Jonathan Morrison), Stacy Keach Sr. (Father Frank Lawler), Joe Maross (Ira Welch), Fay Spain (Mrs. Welch), Hersha Parady (Receptionist).
Before he relinquished his vows, Father Jim Conway heard the confession of a man who hired a killer to murder his girlfriend. Although the former priest insists he would never reveal what he heard, attempts are made on his life.

October 1, 1972: The Crimson Halo
Season 6, episode 3
W: Shimon Wincelberg   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Joseph Campanella (Dr. Graham Aspinall), Burgess Meredith (Noah Otway), Laraine Stephens (Charlene Tolliver), Carol Ohmart (Gerda Aspinall).
Attorney Noah Otway asks Mannix to find out who wants to kill his client, a dedicated doctor who seemingly has no enemies.

October 8, 1972: Broken Mirror
Season 6, episode 4
W: Leigh Vance, Robert Pirosh   D: David Lowell Rich

With Jon Cypher (Wallace Hunter), Anjanette Comer (Gina Hunter), Grace Albertson (Nun), Don McGovern (Hollis), John Lasell (Averill), Ahna Capri (Billie Caprice), Pepe Serna (Alphonso).
A beautiful society woman disappears from her husband's yacht and Joe Mannix is hired to look for clues.

October 15, 1972: Portrait Of A Hero
Season 6, episode 5
W: John Meredyth Lucas   D: Arnold Laven

With Robert Reed (Lt. Tobias), John Milford (Col. Ewing), Dabney Coleman (Ralph Stoner), Lyle Bettger (Julian Mallory), Melendy Britt (Barbara Nolan).
A former Air Force hero is murdered just before he is to show an experimental airplane to the press, and Mannix is drawn into the case through an old friendship. He discovers that the firm which built the plane was in financial difficulties until the plane began making mysterious flights to an undisclosed location.

October 22, 1972: The Inside Man
Season 6, episode 6
W: Arthur A. Ross   D: Paul Krasny

With John Colicos (Lytell), Nancy Kovack (Angela), Robert Reed (Lt. Tobias), Robert Mandan (Coden), Tom Hallick (Counselor).
Joe Mannix infiltrates a New Orleans gang to help police get evidence on its operations, and becomes romantically involved with a beautiful member of the mob.

October 29, 1972: To Kill A Memory
Season 6, episode 7
W: Arthur Weiss   D: Sutton Roley

With Martin Sheen (Alex Lachlan), Ford Rainey (Bob Lachlan), Ben Piazza (Harry Johnson), Pamela Susan Shoop (Jan Lachlan), John Vernon (John Thompson), Tony Young (Duke Stark).
A soldier, believed killed in Vietnam, suddenly returns home carrying a forged passport under a new name and suffering from amnesia. Joe Mannix is hired by the boy's family to investigate his strange reappearance.

November 5, 1972: The Upside Down Penny
Season 6, episode 8
W: Robert W. Lenski   D: Arthur Marks

With Frank Marth (Harry Crawford), Patricia McAneny (Jackie Miller), Stanley Kamel (John 'Gemini' Boling), Richard Bakalyan (Eberle).
When Joe Mannix agrees to help a 12-year-old boy track down his lost stamp collection, he doesn't realize he will soon stumble upon a multi-million dollar swindle.

November 12, 1972: One Step To Midnight
Season 6, episode 9
W: Warren Duff   D: Don McDougall

With Belinda Montgomery (Susan Graham), Christopher Connelly (Eddie Graham), Harold Gould (Bruno Raffael), Mady Maguire (Sheila), Arch Whiting (Paul), Del Monroe (Tate), Alan Caillou (Derek), Paul Lambert (Horton), Dennis McCarthy (Doctor).
The enemies of a deported gang lord believe he has slipped back into the country and try to bring him out into the open by harassing his granddaughter.

November 19, 1972: Harvest Of Death
Season 6, episode 10
W: Harold Medford, Jerry Thomas   D: Paul Krasny

With Joe De Santis (Sam Meturian), Sean Garrison (Clint Carpenter), Linda Marsh (Nora Carpenter), Henry Beckman (Sheriff Simkins), Jeanette Nolan (Marietta Carpenter), Paul Mantee (Dave Winters).
Joe Mannix is asked to investigate the disappearance of two crop-dusting pilots whose employer, Clint Carpenter, believes a rival is trying to sabotage his large orange crop.

November 26, 1972: A Puzzle For One
Season 6, episode 11
W: David P. Harmon   D: Jeffrey Hayden

With Jack Ging (Lt. Dan Ives), Nehemiah Persoff (Wojeska), Annabelle Garth (Pauline), Adam West (Jonathan Forsythe), Carol Wayne (Bobbi), Lisa Jak (Susan).
The slaying of a private investigator friend sends Joe Mannix on a dangerous search for the killer that draws him into cases involving blackmail, a two-timing husband, drugs and loan sharks.

December 3, 1972: Lost Sunday
Season 6, episode 12
W: Ellis Marcus   D: Reza Badiyi

With Paul Jenkins (Pete Lemaster), Michele Marsh (Joyce Henshaw), Harry Townes (Herb Wilkerson).
A plant foreman is shot to death but official records are changed to make it appear to be an accident. Convinced that the death was murder, the victim's sister hires Joe Mannix to investigate.

December 10, 1972: See No Evil
Season 6, episode 13
W: Shimon Wincelberg   D: Arnold Laven

With Sandy Champion (Glenn Gerard), Norman Alden (Lou Griswold), Vince Howard (Gil Whitney), Conlan Carter (Ben Kohler), Wallace Earl (Mrs. Griswold), Almeria Quinn (Elaine Massey), Doreen Lang (Mrs. Kohler Sr.), Felton Perry (Perdue), Gwen Van Dam (Mrs. Kohler), Royce Wallace (Mrs. Gerard).
Investigating a murder, Joe Mannix finds evidence pointing to Glenn Gerard, a friend of his secretary Peggy Fair.

December 17, 1972: Light And Shadow
Season 6, episode 14
W: Harold Medford, Richard Murphy   D: Sutton Roley

With Christine Belford (Alison Bramante), John Hillerman (Larry Lawton), Christina Sinatra (Louise), Edward Bell (Bill Moseley), Murray Matheson (Snowy Bartlett), Michael Ebert (Nikky Lorenzo), Ed Hall (Roger), Cesare Danova (Bruno Bramante).
The wife of one of the world's richest men is accused of murdering an international playboy and Mannix is hired to find evidence proving her innocence.

December 24, 1972: A Game Of Shadows
Season 6, episode 15
W: Leigh Vance   D: Gerald Mayer

With Meg Foster (Sheila Lindley), Paul Stevens (Vern Olson), Natalie Schafer (Bunny), Marta Kristen (Aileen), Alan Bergmann (Jerry Vane), William Gray Espy (Cameron), Adam Williams (Henderson), Jack Ging (Lt. Dan Ives).
A wealthy businessman arrives home to find his wife murdered, his best friend running from the scene and a fortune in jewels missing. Convinced that the missing suspect is innocent, his girlfriend hires Joe Mannix to try to find him.

January 7, 1973: The Man Who Wasn't There
Season 6, episode 16
W: Robert W. Lenski   D: Sutton Roley

With Robert Middleton (Jake Coryell), Clu Gulager (Lyle Foster), Tom Hallick (Detective Lou Gifford), Ken Lynch (Sloan), Stuart Nisbet (Motel Manager), Bart La Rue (Lt. Dean), Arthur Batanides (Emmett Trask).
Joe Mannix is marked for death by a mysterious enemy who chooses to taunt him in ingenious ways before carrying out his threat.

January 14, 1973: A Matter Of Principle
Season 6, episode 17
W: Howard Browne   D: Alf Kjellin

With Dana Elcar (Skip Seldon), Ruth McDevitt (Penelope Penhaven), Elsa Lanchester (Portia Penhaven), Shirley O'Hara (Mrs. Zeigler), Alex Gerry (Mr. Zeigler), Jack Knight (Denver), Abe Vigoda (Anton Valine), Dorothy Neumann (Gertrude), Mel Novak (Elmo Bagley), Gary Waynesmith (Otis).
When a syndicate gangster planned a perfect murder, he failed to count on the righteous indignation of two elderly spinster sisters who he accidentally bumps into.

January 21, 1973: Out Of The Night
Season 6, episode 18
W: William H. Wright   D: Paul Krasny

With Joyce Van Patten (Dodie Green), James A. Watson Jr. (Jimmie Stokes), Cay Forester (Laura Hager), Leonard Stone (Charley Hager), Virginia Capers (Pearl), Gloria Manon (Georgia), Paul Carr (Tavel), Stanley Adams (Henry Watson), Oscar Beregi Jr. (Dr. Goerlich), Lilyan Chauvin (Mrs. Goerlich).
Peggy Fair agrees to be arrested on false charges of prostitution to help police break up a narcotics ring that is operating from behind bars.

January 28, 1973: Carol Lockwood, Past Tense
Season 6, episode 19
W: Blake Ritchie, Harold Medford   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Joanna Miles (Linda Loman), Dick Dinman (Harry Long), Victoria Racimo (Minh McIver), Jane Merrow (Leona Kellaway), Mark Tapscott (Grady), Genevieve Gilles (Genevieve), Curt Lowens (Wyman), Tom Vize (Andy).
An expert woman pilot pretending to learn to fly, a business tycoon's failure to thank her for saving his life, and the death of Mannix's girlfriend are all part of a bizarre plot.

February 4, 1973: The Faces Of Murder
Season 6, episode 20
W: Stanley Roberts, Robert W. Lenski   D: Jeffrey Hayden

With Tina Louise (Linda Cole), Susan Strasberg (Christina Hume), Woodrow Parfrey (Mel Faber), Fred Sadoff (Lucas Hume), William Traylor (Al Fields), Walter Brooke (Mark Mitchell), John Considine (Gil Ryan), Robert Ito (Dr. Sato), Dante Andreas (Giovanni).
A young society woman surprises Joe Mannix by asking him to prove she is guilty of a murder her brother is suspected of committing.

February 18, 1973: Search For A Whisper
Season 6, episode 21
W: John Meredyth Lucas   D: Arnold Laven

With William Shatner (Adam Langer), Susan Flannery (Martha), Eddie Firestone (Pool Player), Pat Renella (Owen Thompson), Yvonne Craig (Ada Lee), Noam Pitlik (Eddie Hayes), Karen Carlson (Jennifer Holt), Alice Backes (Mrs. Oliver), Milton Selzer (Albie), Phillip Pine (Mobster).
Joe Mannix gets his strangest assignment when a business tycoon asks to have himself investigated, even to the extent of ruining his reputation.

February 25, 1973: To Quote A Dead Man
Season 6, episode 22
W: Robert W. Lenski   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Lloyd Bochner (Burt Sands), Barbara Babcock (Ellen West), David Wayne (Boston), Peggy Rea (Ruby), Sam Edwards (Hobo), Byron Mabe (Biddie), Brendan Dillon (Gully), Maurice Marsac (Marcel), Seamon Glass (Big Hobo), Keith Walker (Barney), Jonathan Lippe (Backus).
A harmless hobo mysteriously becomes the target for assassination each time he wears a colorful patchwork coat, and Mannix becomes intrigued enough to investigate.

March 4, 1973: A Problem Of Innocence
Season 6, episode 23
W: Dan Ullman   D: Don McDougall

With Anne Archer (Anne Avery), Fritz Weaver (William Avery), John Randolph (Lawrence Corwin), Marion Ross (Muriel Enright), Laurence Haddon (Sgt. Simmons), Bing Russell (George Enright), Joe E. Tata (Eby), John S. Ragin (Prosecutor), Frederic Downs (Judge).
Mannix is asked to investigate the disappearance of a businessman whose car was found abandoned the day he was released from prison, and the $1 million he stole still not recovered.

March 11, 1973: The Danford File
Season 6, episode 24
W: Rubin Mann   D: Harry Harvey, Jr.

With Richard Bradford (Barney Edmonds), Jessica Walter (Laura Danford), Robert Reed (Lt. Tobias), Arlene Martel (Brooke Maxwell), Elisabeth Fraser (Belle Hogan), John Gavin (Arthur Danford), Milt Kamen (Roy Benson).
A politician whose career is endangered when a blackmailer threatens to expose his wife's unsavory past, hires Joe Mannix to make the delivery payments and search for the blackmailer.





September 16, 1973: The Girl In The Polka Dot Dress
Season 7, episode 1
W: Ben Roberts, Dan Ullman   D: Alf Kjellin

With Joan Van Ark (Jennifer Crane), Robert Brown (Robert Foreman), Alfred Ryder (Emory Davis), Ron Nyman (Charlie), Paul Lukather (Gerald Stockton), Duke Howard (Doctor).
The seventh season opens as Joe Mannix tries to save a girl whose murder has been forseen by a clairvoyant, and becomes so involved in the case that his own life is in danger as well.

September 23, 1973: A Way To Dusty Death
Season 7, episode 2
W: Herb Meadow   D: Sutton Roley

With Howard Duff (Chief Harry Dekken), George Skaff (Noah Harturian), Anthony Elridge (Danny Durian), Len Wayland (Jake Durian), Janis Paige (Georgia Durian), Donna Baccala (Joyce Ferraro), Anthony Geary (Eddie Dekken), Dan White (Steve), June Whitley Taylor (Miss Navarro).
Detective Joe Mannix searches for a youth who has mysteriously vanished en route home from prison, and encounters hostility in a small town during his investigation.

September 30, 1973: Climb A Deadly Mountain
Season 7, episode 3
W: Richard L. Breen Jr., James T. Surtees   D: Arnold Laven

With Greg Morris (Luke Whitney), Edward Winter (Sheriff Carson), Guy Raymond (Old Man), Tom Pittman (Police Officer), Robert Donner (Rizo), Ted Hartley (Don Elliott), James Burr Johnson (Frank Parks).
A plane carrying Mannix drops into the mountain wilds of Arizona, where the injured Mannix is is aided by an escaped convict who tells him the circumstances of his imprisonment and breakout.

October 7, 1973: Little Girl Lost
Season 7, episode 4
W: Chester Krumholz   D: Marvin Chomsky

With Pernell Roberts (George Millard), Beverly Garland (Stella Carter), Julie Adams (Edie Reynolds), Dawn Lyn (Tina Reynolds), Dean Harens (J.B. Kelly), Rosemary DeCamp (Mrs. Alferro), H.M. Wynant (Lou Reynolds), Helena Carroll (Elizabeth), Garry Walberg (Bartender), Barry Atwater (Dr. Walter Brown), Sam Elliott (Bill Saunders).
Joe Mannix, in trying to solve the murder of a crusading newspaper columnist, finds himself dealing with the victim's deranged young daughter who insists that she killed her father.

October 14, 1973: The Gang's All Here
Season 7, episode 5
W: Albert Beich   D: Don McDougall

With Paul Picerni (Sgt. Les Packer), Paul Carr (Red Dietz), Eddie Firestone (Vagrant), Jay Varela (Sgt. Ramon), Arlene Farber (Luana), Joseph V. Perry (Bartender), Nadyne Turney (Helen Paul), Stephen R. Hudis (Arleigh Paul), Kevin Brody (Punchbowl), Gary Barton (Pot), Damon Douglas (Monkey), Lindy Davis (Ox), Doug Chapin (Camel), Thomas Leopold (Bird), Sandy Kenyon (Liquor Store Owner), Ron Kolman (J.T.).
A vicious street gang decides to kill Joe Mannix as an object lesson to a rival gang who are invading their turf.

October 21, 1973: Desert Run
Season 7, episode 6
W: Arthur Weiss, John Meredyth Lucas   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Jeanette Nolan (Granny Foster), James B. Sikking (Sketchley), John Doucette (Ward Gillis), Kenneth Tobey (Ted Bailey), Pamela McMyler (Jenny Bailey), Bert Kramer (Mark Slocum), Bill Vint (Willie Gillis), Charles Dierkop (Frank), Karen Huston (Sandy), Ford Rainey (Reverend Walker), Carol Lawson (Mrs. Slocum), Mark Lenard (Hal), Debbie Lytton (Ellie), Don McGovern (Blake).
Joe Mannix's search for a missing plane and its pilot leads to a nightmarish struggle for life in a ghost town in the Rockies.

October 28, 1973: Silent Target
Season 7, episode 7
W: Ben Roberts, Shimon Wincelberg   D: Arnold Laven

With Frank Langella (Harry Tass), John Hillerman (J.H. Murell), Ronnie Rondell Jr. (Durovic), Barbara Luna (Elena), Del Monroe (Hendry), James W. Gavin (Pilot), Fred Waugh (Santee).
A fishing trip turns into a life-or-death struggle for Mannix against a group of professional hit men at a woodland murderer's convention.

November 4, 1973: A World Without Sundays
Season 7, episode 8
W: Robert Pirosh   D: Paul Krasny

With Peter Haskell (Marty Hatch), Tiffany Bolling (Cathy Lawson), Peggy Walton (Joanna), Joe E. Tata (Augie), Michael Conrad (Dave), Alan Gibbs (Tolan), Read Morgan (Kessler).
The girlfriend of a Las Vegas casino mobster disappears en route to L.A. with a famous football player, and Mannix is hired to find them.

November 11, 1973: Sing A Song Of Murder
Season 7, episode 9
W: Ben Roberts, Ivan Goff, Stephen Kandel   D: Arnold Laven

With Nancy Mehta (Barbara Sonderman), Paul Stevens (Andrew Jordan), Stacy Keach Sr. (Grady), Anthony McHugh (Jeff Blake), Laraine Stephens (Angela Talbot), Linda Watkins (Lillian Kramer), Janice Lynde (Maria), Liam Sullivan (Karl Henning).
An opera star with apparently few enemies hires Joe Mannix to find out who is trying to kill her, after a shot from a hidden sniper barely misses its mark.

November 25, 1973: Search In The Dark
Season 7, episode 10
W: Blake Ritchie   D: Arnold Laven

With Victor Buono (Hamilton Starr), Eddie Ryder (Orville Moffatt), Carol Bagdasarian (Terry Graham), Tony Young (Tony Lassiter), Bethel Leslie (Lois Graham), Charles Tyner (Jonah).
A ruthless blind man confronts Joe Mannix when Mannix seeks a famous stolen diamond collection.

December 2, 1973: The Deadly Madonna
Season 7, episode 11
W: Rubin Mann   D: Paul Krasny

With Barbara Babcock (Janet), Leonard Stone (Seagrave), Ned Glass (Nemo), Walter Brooke (Baxter), Anne Baxter (Victoria Page), Stanley Adams (Stack), Jock Gaynor (Allen).
An actress just emerging from a mental illness isn't sure if the repeated attempts on her life are hallucinations or the real thing, and Mannix is hired to investigate.

December 9, 1973: Cry Danger
Season 7, episode 12
W: Robert W. Lenski   D: Don McDougall

With Peter Donat (Endicott), Diana Muldaur (Jan), Allen Joseph (Alfie), William Boyett (Morgan), Jack Murdock (Lt. Lebeaux), Fred Beir (Carter Elliott), Tom Reese (Springer), John Milford (Stan Forrester).
A routine trip to San Francisco and an unexpected encounter with a girlfriend catapults Joe Mannix into the midst of two rings of smugglers in deadly competition.

December 16, 1973: All The Dead Were Strangers
Season 7, episode 13
W: Karl Tunberg   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Woodrow Parfrey (Eddie), Julie Gregg (Carol Robson), Donald Moffatt (Don McGrath), Anthony Zerbe (Little Ned), Gail Cameron (Lylah), Paul Jenkins (Clive), G.J. Mitchell (Lockwood).
Six survivors of a plane crash begin falling victim to murder, and Joe Mannix investigates on behalf of one of them.

January 6, 1974: Race Against Time (1)
Season 7, episode 14
W: Harold Medford   D: Paul Krasny

With Cesare Danova (Victor Lucas), John Colicos (Dr. Considine), Paul Mantee (Paul), Richard Bull (Dr. Green), Alan Bergmann (Col. Albert DuPar), Len Birman (Michael Turman), Ben Hammer (Hank Pritchard), Ina Balin (Andrea), Nate Esformes (Raoul), Rita Gam (Dr. Waldo).
Joe Mannix tries to save a freedom fighter who is hiding and dying in a nation ruled by a powerful military dictator.

January 13, 1974: Race Against Time (2)
Season 7, episode 15
W: Harold Medford   D: Paul Krasny

With John Colicos (Dr. Myles Considine), Cesare Danova (Victor Lucas), Ina Balin (Andrea), Alan Bergmann (Colonel DuPar), Rita Gam (Dr. Waldo), Len Birman (Michael Truman), Nate Esformes (Raoul), Ben Hammer (Hank Pritchard), Richard Bull (Dr. Green), Paul Mantee (Paul).
Disguised as soldiers of the military dictatorship, Mannix and an American heart surgeon bluff their way into a foreign country's heavily-guarded hospital to try to save a dying freedom fighter.

January 20, 1974: The Dark Hours
Season 7, episode 16
W: Donn Mullally   D: Paul Krasny

With Victor French (Matt Brandon), Elizabeth Ashley (Karen Winslow), Fred Krone (Hart), Larry Watson (Lou), William Devane (Kordic), Paul Shenar (Sands), Alan Fudge (Dr. Collins), John Devlin (Rickard), Anne Newman (Nurse).
A writer-photographer gets into trouble when her incriminating photographs of an underworld figure set her up to be eliminated.

January 27, 1974: A Night Full Of Darkness
Season 7, episode 17
W: Donn Mullally, Martin Roth   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With Jack Ging (Lt. Dan Ives), Robert Reed (Lt. Adam Tobias), Michael Baseleon (Vic Grant), Paul Lambert (John Sato), Ed Call (Bernie Moss), Michael McGuire (Naylor).
Joe Mannix is thunderstruck when the fiancee of his close friend, Lt. Art Malcolm, is mudered and then Malcolm is arrested for the murder of a racketeer.

February 10, 1974: Walk A Double Line
Season 7, episode 18
W: Ben Roberts, Ed Waters, Ivan Goff, Lou Shaw   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Robert Burr (Paul Grant), Tom McFadden (Harley), Davey Davison (Cathy Walker), Val Avery (Doyle), Hildy Brooks (Julia), Marie Windsor (Mrs. DeMarco), John Bennett Perry (Steve Walker).
An executive is seen by witnesses as he murders his boss and flees, but only his wife believes he is innocent.

February 17, 1974: The Girl From Nowhere
Season 7, episode 19
W: Harold Livingston   D: Paul Krasny

With Rosemary Forsyth (Liz Farrell), Lew Brown (Carl Johnson), Robert Yuro (Tommy Ryker), Vaughn Taylor (Minister), Darrell Zwerling (Richard), Lucille Benson (Myra).
Joe Mannix becomes the quarry of a dangerous youth due to his interest in the case of an unidentified little girl, an accident victim, whose body is going unclaimed.

February 24, 1974: Rage To Kill
Season 7, episode 20
W: Bernard Schoenfeld, Shimon Wincelberg   D: Don McDougall

With Hayden Rorke (Dr. Jarrud), Robert Pratt (Robert), Bill McKinney (Derek Lewis), Marya Small (Joan Cochrane), Flora Plumb (Elaine), Ramon Bieri (Carl Meiss), Katherine Helmond (Mrs. Jarrud), Pat Delaney (Grethe).
A psychiatrist, the author of a newly-published book containing profiles of three anonymous maniacs who have been his patients, is found shot to death -- and Mannix tries to discover if it was suicide or murder.

March 3, 1974: Mask For A Charade
Season 7, episode 21
W: Frank Telford   D: Sutton Roley

With Marj Dusay (Helen Layton), Claude Akins (Sgt. Al Reardon), Jeanne Bates (Mary Reardon), Dennis Patrick (Frankie West), Gloria LeRoy (Jenny), Bill McLean (Coolie), Dennis Redfield (Dennis), Louis Guss (Ellis Varco), Robert Ruth (Denby), Joan Shawlee (Duchess).
A notorious loan shark is murdered and mounting evidence points to to police detective Al Reardon as the killer. Joe Mannix, an old friend of Reardon's, sets out to help him.

March 10, 1974: A Question Of Murder
Season 7, episode 22
W: Arthur Weiss, Jim Bateman   D: Don McDougall

With Pat Renella (Ralph Lewin), Bill Walker (Martin Johnson), Mae Mercer (Ellen), Lillian Lehman (Anne Crawford), H.B. Barnum III (Kevin John), Ed Bernard (Bull Evans), Joseph Mell (Stu Beale), Bella Bruck (Aggie LeFarge), Larry Gates (Charles Picerni).
An over-the-hill fighter dies in a hit-and-run accident, and a 13-year-old boy who idolized him convinces Mannix that it was murder and pleads with him to investigate.

March 24, 1974: Trap For A Pigeon
Season 7, episode 23
W: David P. Harmon   D: Harry Harvey, Jr.

With Barry Atwater (Prentiss), Robert Reed (Lt. Adam Tobias), Allen Joseph (Louie), Jay Robinson (Eddie Richter), James Luisi (John Larkin), Barbara Rhoades (Mrs. Adante), Roy Jenson (Ozzie), Felice Orlandi (Adante), Victor Izay (Christopher).
Joe Mannix is hired by an attorney to recover a stolen briefcase containing legal papers -- and Mannix can't figure out what anyone would want with the briefcase until he discovers that it holds $1 million in cash.

March 31, 1974: The Ragged Edge
Season 7, episode 24
W: Dan Ullman   D: Don McDougall

With Paul Carr (Harrelson), Roger Perry (Fletcher), Don Gordon (Frank Marr), Linda Evans (Lorna).
Joe Mannix becomes an apparent narcotics addict and pretends to murder his pal, Lt. Malcolm, as he participates in a police trap to bag some big-time drug merchants.





September 22, 1974: Portrait In Blues
Season 8, episode 1
W: James L. Henderson   D: Alf Kjellin

With Larry Storch (Wing Dobson), Barry Gordon (Todd Corvin), Robyn Millian (Susan McAndrew), Bruce Scott (Danny Shepard), Kim Milford (Chris Lockwood), Stanley Adams (Alby), Stacy Keach Sr. (Electrician), William Sargent (Dr. Galloway), James Greene (Walcott).
Threats on the life of a pop singer lead Mannix to question a heartbroken father whose daughter committed suicide when the musician spurned her.

September 29, 1974: Game Plan
Season 8, episode 2
W: Donn Mullally   D: Arnold Laven

With James Olson (Lassiter), Rue McClanahan (Gloria), Jay Hammer (Ric Haggard), Jane Actman (Jeannie), Norman Alden (Ritchie).
Joe Mannix searches for the captive and the captors in a bizarre kidnapping of a gambler's daughter, which he isn't sure took place at all.

October 6, 1974: A Fine Day For Dying
Season 8, episode 3
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Leo Penn

With Katherine Helmond (Martha Cole), Pamela Franklin (Jenny), Grace Albertson (Nurse Phillips), Marc Lawrence (Stanik), Jim Boles (Peters), James Naughton (Dr. Hanson), Barry Russo (DeMorro), Walter Brooke (Kraike), Alan Fudge (Hatch).
Mannix is asked by a close friend to look into the secret behind the attempts on the life of her daughter, a girl who recently regained consciousness after being in a coma for a year.

October 13, 1974: Walk On The Blind Side
Season 8, episode 4
W: Albert Beich

With Lincoln Kilpatrick (Lonnie), Kim Hamilton (Diane), Leonard Stone (Wexler), Alex Henteloff (Chili), Eddie Firestone (Cap), Milt Kogan (Les), Christopher Mann (Usher), Ray Ballard (Taxi Driver).
Joe Mannix races against time to rescue Peggy from the syndicate, who kidnapped her by mistake and now must eliminate her to keep her from talking.

October 20, 1974: The Green Men
Season 8, episode 5
W: Richard Carlson, Stephen Kandel

With Scott Marlowe (Dabney), Elisha Cook Jr. (Herbie), Scatman Crothers (Mudcat), Russell Johnson (Brasher), Chuck Daniel (Mitch), Frank Christi (Stone), Anna Lee (Mrs. Dabney), Mary-Robin Redd (Mrs. Hamilton).
Mannix is precariously positioned between the Treasury Department and the syndicate when he is hired to find someone who has perfected a method of making almost undetectable counterfeit money.

October 27, 1974: Death Has No Face
Season 8, episode 6
W: Shimon Wincelberg   D: Don McDougall

With Diane Shalet (Mona), Tom Stern (Lee Traherne), Ron Thompson (Kirk Bullard), Lynn Carlin (Nancy Traherne), Warren Vanders (Sheriff Gaffrey), James Burr Johnson (Deputy), Paul Sorenson (Editor), Ann Doran (Mrs. Moody).
Mannix doesn't give much consideration to a series of warnings until they evolve into an earnest attempt to kill him, by a man recently released from prison.

November 10, 1974: A Small Favor For An Old Friend
Season 8, episode 7
W: Harold Livingston   D: Paul Krasny

With Val Avery (Vanaman), Glenn R. Wilder (Bruce), Tobar Mayo (Leon), Merry Rockwell (Barbara), Elizabeth Huddle (Dotty), Ray Reinhardt (Butler), Ben Hammer (Shaeffer), Sondra Blake (Kit), Jim Antonio (Endicott).
Mannix's life is on the line as a deadly gangster suspects the private eye of heisting his $1.5 million cargo during the assisting of a deceased friend.

November 17, 1974: Enter Tami Okada
Season 8, episode 8
W: Robert Pirosh   D: Paul Krasny

With Robert F. Hoy (Pike), Miko Mayama (Midori), Mako (Tami Okada), Harushi (Kato), Clyde Kusatsu (Japanese Attache), Bill Zuckert (Car Dispatcher), Tad Horino (Buddhist Priest).
Mannix treads on deadly ground when he is hired by a Japanese private investigator to search for a diplomatic courier kidnapped moments before he was about to land in Los Angeles.

November 24, 1974: Picture Of A Shadow
Season 8, episode 9
W: Donn Mullally   D: Harry Harvey Jr.

With Rosemary Forsyth (Carol Britton), Eddie Ryder (Bernard), Ron Nyman (Sergeant Charley), Jay Robinson (Kilburn), Frank Ramirez (Miguel), Michael Bell (Larsen), Bing Russell (Jordan), Chuck Hicks (Arnold), Frank Orsatti (Baldy), Elven Havard (Officer Perry).
Mannix's enchantment with the photograph of a newswoman sends him on the trail of her murderer, a path which puts him next in the killer's sights.

December 1, 1974: Desert Sun
Season 8, episode 10
W: David P. Harmon   D: Arnold Laven

With Leif Erickson (B.J. Yarborough), Ron Nyman (Jenkins), Sandra Dixon (Elizabeth), Joe Maross (Sheriff Watkins), Joaquin Martinez (Harry White Eagle), Ben Andrews (Gil Yarborough), William Lucking (Cousins), Jim Burke (Osterman), Sam Jarvis (Sam).
In a small Western town, Joe Mannix faces danger when he tries to discover why an Indian's death was quickly ruled accidental.

December 15, 1974: The Survivor Who Wasn't
Season 8, episode 11
W: Harold Medford   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Phillip Pine (Doctor), Garry Walberg (Danny), Carol Lawrence (Kelly), Harry Basch, Paul Burke (Anderson).
Mannix runs afoul of government agents and the syndicate when his client is a wife who doubts that the man living in her house is her husband.

December 22, 1974: A Choice Of Victims
Season 8, episode 12
W: John Meredyth Lucas   D: Harry Harvey Jr.

With Karen Jensen (Laura Harris), Gail Kobe (Ginny Freeman), Jack Ging (Lieutenant Ives), Rona Barrett (Herself), Vincent Baggetta (Tom Andros), Stanley Adams (Chip), G.J. Mitchell (Victor Harris), Lucas White (Hal Carter), Sharon Hugueny (Janet Malone), James Rosin (Chuck).
Hollywood is the scene for the murder of a wealthy businessman whose wife is performing in a charity show and may have been the intended victim.

January 5, 1975: A Word Called Courage
Season 8, episode 13
W: George F. Slavin   D: Bill Bixby

With Brenda Benet (Edie), Joseph Sirola (Elliott), Anthony Zerbe (Quint), Alan Manson (Leggett), Timothy Thomerson (Rusty).
Mannix's courage under torture is tested in a revenge scheme by a former comrade-in-arms who broke under similar conditions.

January 12, 1975: Man In A Trap
Season 8, episode 14
W: Bernard Schoenfeld   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Erik Estrada (Tropic), Madlyn Rhue (Nedda), Edward Bell (Scully), Pamela Bellwood (Miriam), Joseph Hindy (Gilbert).
Mannix goes to the aid of an old friend and finds himself in a deadly family squabble over a new syndicate chief.

January 19, 1975: Chance Meeting
Season 8, episode 15
W: Frank Telford   D: Don Weis

With Felton Perry (Jesse Thompson), Mark Stewart (Toby), Berlinda Tolbert (Jobina Rogell), Geoffrey Deuel (Clint Williams), Roger Aaron Brown (Bill Rogell), Lurene Tuttle (Mrs. Gamble), Michelle Stacy (Jeanine).
A Vietnam deserter calls on a motorcycle gang to take revenge on Joe Mannix, when the private investigator trails him on a murder charge.

February 2, 1975: Edge Of The Web
Season 8, episode 16
W: Terence Tunberg, Karl Tunberg, Shimon Wincelberg   D: John Peyser

With Carol Bagdasarian (Darla), Penelope Windust (Ruth O'Neill), Joshua Bryant (Professor Pryor), James A. Watson Jr. (Matt Jones), Ed Cambridge (Scrapiron), Frank Aletter (Professor O'Neill), Gerald McRaney (Professor Duncan).
A frustrated wife identifies three suspects after her jealous husband is killed, although there were several more who might have wished him dead.

February 9, 1975: A Ransom For Yesterday
Season 8, episode 17

With Dabney Coleman (Howard Graham), Howard Hesseman (Ray Bennett), Alan Oppenheimer (John Cordell), Diana Hyland (Janice Graham), Woodrow Parfrey (Steve Dorsett), Stephen Manley (Peter Graham), Chuck Bergansky (Jeb Dallas), Victor Rogers (Lonnie).
A wealthy couple, who have resigned themselves to the belief that their son is dead, receive a ransom demand from his suspected kidnappers, and Joe Mannix is asked to discover who sent it.

February 16, 1975: The Empty Tower
Season 8, episode 18
W: Robert Hamner   D: Bill Bixby

With Ron Nyman (Sergeant Charley), Pat Renella (Kirby), Maurice Hill (Alan), Eddy Donno (Mallory), R.J. O'Hara (Charley Wilcox), Bill Morey (Harper), Bill Bixby (Tony Elliott).
A modern office building is the scene of a deadly cat-and-mouse game -- with Joe Mannix as the bait.

February 23, 1975: Quartet For A Blunt Instrument
Season 8, episode 19
W: Shimon Wincelberg   D: Reza Badiyi

With Albert Stratton (Sheriff Fielding), Katherine Justice (Holly), Geoffrey Horne (Tony Stockwood), Pippa Scott (Wanda), Thalmus Rasulala (Perry Riggs).
Mannix is asked by his client, a man he just picked up hitchhiking, to prove that an apparent murder is really suicide.

March 2, 1975: Bird Of Prey (1)
Season 8, episode 20
W: Alfred Hayes   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Alexander Scourby (Count Boria), Robert Loggia (Inspector Varga), Andrea Marcovicci (Adrianna), Richard Evans (Cassana), Jorge Cervera (Sanchez), Jay Novello (Tannen), Erik Holland (Czerny), Kenneth O'Brien (Major Muller), Peter Elbling (Gufo), Dimitra Arliss (Rosa).
Mannix looks for the man who saved the life of his client's son, and ends up on the island of San Leone involved with theft, forgery and murder.

March 9, 1975: Bird Of Prey (2)
Season 8, episode 21
W: Alfred Hayes   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Richard Evans (Cassana), Andrea Marcovicci (Adrianna), Robert Loggia (Inspector Varga), Alexander Scourby (Count Boria), Peter Elbling (Gufo), Erik Holland (Czerny), Dimitra Arliss (Rosa), Kenneth O'Brien (Major Muller).
Joe Mannix's search for the man who once saved a client's life is complicated by a visit to a small island, where he is offered a large sum of money to forget the obligation.

March 23, 1975: Design For Dying
Season 8, episode 22

With Barbara Rush (Rebekah Bigelow), Dennis Patrick (Darrell Bigelow), Erica Hagen (Maggie Larkin), Tom Selleck (Don Brady), Carmen Zapata (Chambermaid), Lewis Charles (Dondero), David Mauro (Gabriel), George Ives (Hallihan).
When a case is too easy and the money too good, Joe Mannix becomes suspicious -- especially when the easy trail to a wealthy publisher's wife leads to murder.

April 6, 1975: Search For A Dead Man
Season 8, episode 23
W: Ben Roberts

With John Hillerman (Norman Thompson), Ron Nyman (Sergeant Charley), Paul Mantee (Wayborn), Mary Wilcox (Hope Campbell), Eddie Quillan (Willie), Robert Symonds (Robert Ingram).
After Mannix is hired to find out if an apparent murder is real or imaginary, he is so successful that he winds up with two bodies to explain -- one of which is his client.

April 13, 1975: Hardball
Season 8, episode 24
W: Albert Beich   D: Bill Bixby

With William Windom (George Kane), Paul Picerni (Donegan), James Hampton (Billy Lee), Vincent Beck (Frank Sartino), Tina Andrews (Edna), Carole Demas (Susan Kane), Carl Lee (Ginger), Edward Marshall (Gerald Moore), Margaretta Ramsey (Edyth), John Ritter (Cliff).
The lives of six hostages hang in the balance as a cornered drug dealer and his gang force Mannix to find and deliver a double-crossing member of their group. (Last show of the series.)


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