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Joe Mannix (Character)
from "Mannix" (1967)

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Joe Mannix is a private eye working in Los Angeles... See more »
Alternate Names:
Joe Mannix from Mannix / Joe Mannix, imposter / Mannix imposter


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  1. Nobody Knows Anything! (2003) Played by Mike Connors

  2. "Diagnosis Murder"
    ... aka "Dr. Mark Sloan" - Japan (English title)
        - Hard-Boiled Murder (1997) TV episode, Played by Mike Connors

  3. "Mannix"
        - Hardball (1975) TV episode, Played by Mike Connors
        - Search for a Dead Man (1975) TV episode, Played by Mike Connors
        - Design for Dying (1975) TV episode, Played by Mike Connors
        - Bird of Prey: Part 2 (1975) TV episode, Played by Mike Connors
        - Bird of Prey: Part 1 (1975) TV episode, Played by Mike Connors
          (189 more)
  4. "Here's Lucy"
        - Lucy and Mannix Are Held Hostage (1971) TV episode, Played by Mike Connors

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From "Mannix: The Sound of Darkness (#3.10)" (1969)
Dr. Lang: I don't find any organic damage, either to the eye proper, or the connective ophthalmic system.
Joe Mannix: What's that supposed to mean?
Dr. Lang: That means there's no pathological reason why you can't see.
Joe Mannix: Why can't I?
Dr. Lang: You have a case of psychosomatic blindness.
Joe Mannix: Psychosomatic?
Dr. Lang: There's no simple explanation, Mr. Mannix.
[the doctor walks to the window and opens the blinds to the examining room]
Dr. Lang: You live a dangerous and complex life. You risk it constantly in your profession. To you that's just... an occupational hazard. But you're a man. And mortal. When that bullet caught you, only the thickness of a single hair kept you from being killed. In that split second, you felt death. Your eyes saw it. They couldn't stand it, and they closed.
Joe Mannix: For how long?
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