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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
Year: 1967 | 1968 | 1969 | 1970 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974 | 1975

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 1: The Name Is Mannix

16 September 1967
In the series debut, individualist private detective Joe Mannix is working at a corporate agency. Company rules dictate only one piece of paper on a desk at a time; Mannix's desk is cluttered. Despite Mannix's disdain for the rules, the head of the agency, Lew Wickersham also knows Mannix "is my best man." Mannix is sent to investigate a missing person's case. The client is a retired mobster, who first tests Mannix. The detective is told the missing person, the mobster's daughter, is kidnapped. Mannix will encounter much treachery before learning the true facts of the case.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Lloyd Nolan ... Sam Dubrio

Kim Hunter ... Louise Dubrio

John Colicos ... Eddie Lee Prentiss
Barbara Anderson ... Angela Dubrio
Bob Garrett ... Chauffeur

Robert 'Buzz' Henry ... Helicopter Pilot (as Buzz Henry)
K.L. Smith ... Sheriff Bevan
Morgan Jones ... Pender
Henry Wills ... Man with Sunglasses

Leon Alton ... Executive at Meeting (uncredited)
David Fresco ... Newsvendor (uncredited)
Monty O'Grady ... Executive at Meeting (uncredited)
John Roy ... Commuter at Station (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Skid Marks on a Dry Run

23 September 1967
A potential candidate for governor, a successful businessman employs Intertect to probe his background. His rationale: he wants to see if the detective agency can turn up any dirt that could be used by political opponents. If Intertect can't find any, he reasons his political opponents wouldn't be able to do so, either. Mannix follows his own leads while his Intertect colleagues probe the obvious. As Mannix's investigation progresses, people he has interviewed turn up dead. It turns out the candidate is part of the Syndicate and even sits on its council. Now, Mannix may be the next person on the hit list.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Charles Drake ... Adam Pierson

Marian McCargo ... Martha Pierson (as Marian Moses)
Elisabeth Fraser ... Beverly Renick Cortina

Wende Wagner ... Miss Ellis

Vincent Gardenia ... Eddie Cortina
Vic Perrin ... Tony

Herbie Faye ... Hustler
Gene Rutherford ... Owney
Art Lewis ... Hayden (as Artie Lewis)
Morgan Jones ... Pender
Leonard Yorr ... Max
Jonathan Kidd ... Target Range Operator
James Daris ... Pool Room Thug (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Butler (uncredited)
Anne Loos ... Mrs. Osborne (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Nothing Ever Works Twice

30 September 1967
Mannix reluctantly agrees to pursue a divorce case -- the woman involved is an old flame of his. The detective ends up being framed for murder.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Gloria DeHaven ... Gloria Farnsworth (as Gloria De Haven)

Frank Aletter ... Lorne Marshall

Robert H. Harris ... J. P. Malloy
Karla Most ... Clara Warner
Max Kleven ... Chauffeur (as Max Klevin)
Ed Long ... Herman
Richard Derr ... Victor Farnsworth
Leslie Perkins ... Susan Graham

Season 1, Episode 4: The Many Deaths of Saint Christopher

7 October 1967
A group of businessmen approach Intertect. They say they want to approach a former colleague and offer him $1 million for a new formula. Mannix is suspicious the clients aren't telling the truth. He befriends the daughter of the man the businessmen want to approach and she falls for him. Mannix keeps digging and discovers the clients are really Nazi hunters. Or are they really Nazis? Mannix must find the answer and save the life of the daughter.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham
Linda Marsh ... Irina Stassos

John Marley ... Ernst Stassos

David Hurst ... Vladek

Neil Diamond ... Neil Diamond
Barry Ford ... Dedjan
Gabriel Curtiz ... Wiem (as Gabor Curtiz)
Edwin Max ... Charley
Norbert Schiller ... Rolf Passauer
Glenn R. Wilder ... McNeil (as Glen Wilder)
Morgan Farley ... Neiman (uncredited)
K.L. Smith ... Man Handing a Subpoena (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Make It Like It Never Happened

14 October 1967
A little girl wishes to "rent a detective" to prove that her father, who is on Death Row, is innocent. Mannix takes the case, working on his own time, and will have to do without Intertect's help. Mannix romances the mistress of a reclusive rich man at whose estate the murder took place. The detective must cope with a web of deceit to find out what really happened.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

John Randolph ... Clint Houston
Letícia Román ... Stella Scott (as Letitia Roman)
Phillip Pine ... William Larkin (as Phillip E. Pine)
Amber Flower ... Betsy
Logan Ramsey ... Gilbert Aumont
Ric Roman ... Frankie Saunders
Gerald York ... Pete Cleary (as Gerry York)
Jon Kowal ... Guard

Elena Verdugo ... Eva Brock
Martin Braddock ... Parker (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Waiter (uncredited)
Tony Giorgio ... Player (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Prison Guard (uncredited)
Monty O'Grady ... Agent (uncredited)
Tom Palmer ... Steve Brock (uncredited)
Anthony Redondo ... Detective (uncredited)
Davis Roberts ... Cop at Station (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: The Cost of a Vacation

21 October 1967
A model spots a Latin man she met on a vacation but he flees. She hires a former boyfriend, Joe Mannix, to track down the man. But the case quickly becomes more complicated. It turns out the Latin man is an assassin. The lives of both Mannix and his client are now endangered.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Marlyn Mason ... Joyce Loman

Donnelly Rhodes ... Ramon Verona

Henry Beckman ... Leonard Duncan
Henry Calvin ... Lazaro Figueroa
Shepherd Sanders ... Leonardo (as Sheppard Sanders)
Lillian Adams ... Woman
Billy Snyder ... Sergeant
Jewell Lain ... Jane
Martin Braddock ... Gordon Parker
Joel Fluellen ... Witness (uncredited)

Dick Miller ... Fashion Photographer (uncredited)
Alfred Shelly ... Cop (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Warning: Live Blueberries

28 October 1967
Mannix is hired by an old friend to find his college-age daughter, who is living in a commune. Mannix soon discovers the commune has secrets that can be deadly to discover. One college basketball player has already died. And why is a hoodlum so interested in what transpires at the commune?

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Brooke Bundy ... Jill Bonnett

Tom Skerritt ... Morgan Carpenter

Valora Noland ... Cindy Gier
Sherwood Price ... Tony Lupcio

Robert Emhardt ... Ralph Warden
Richie Furay ... The Buffalo Springfield

Stephen Stills ... The Buffalo Springfield

Neil Young ... The Buffalo Springfield

Phil Leeds ... Professor Wilson
Michael Stanwood ... Ken
Booth Colman ... Max Bonnett
Ed McCready ... Andy

Allen Jaffe ... Waiter
Leonard Bremen ... Charley (as Lennie Bremen)
Martin Braddock ... Gordon Parker (uncredited)
Douglas Henderson ... Police Detective (uncredited)
Dick Merrifield ... Cop (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Tony Lucio's Henchman (uncredited)

Kelly Thordsen ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Beyond the Shadow of a Dream

4 November 1967
A 26-year-old woman, worth $10 million, hires Intertect to do a background check on her boyfriend. It turns out the woman has spent 10 years in a mental hospital and seems on the verge of cracking up. Mannix suspects something more sinister. The woman is surrounded by shady characters. The detective concludes one of them seeks to drive her back to the mental hospital.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Richard Mulligan ... Dr. Bob Adams
Judi Meredith ... Carrie Day
Robert Yuro ... Mike DiAngelo
Pat Priest ... Louise Carter
Robert Karnes ... Walter Drake
Ann Prentiss ... Gwen Rogers

Herb Voland ... Frank Terrano (as Herbert Voland)
John Harding ... Rick Day
Martin Braddock ... Gordon Parker
Morgan Jones ... Howard Pender
Jimmy Joyce ... Manager
Don Ross ... 2nd Thug

Season 1, Episode 9: Huntdown

18 November 1967
Mannix, on the mend after a gunshot has one foot in a cast, is given a routine assignment by Intertect boss Lew Wickersham: get the signature of a man named Amos Silo on a legal document. The detective takes a bus to a small town but finds a chilly reception whenever he inquires about the man or his ranch. The town is hiding something. As Mannix digs deeper, he discovers dead cattle are part of the mystery. The question is whether he'll survive to find out the rest.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Steve Ihnat ... Sheriff Weed
Paul Stevens ... Mayor Glass
Sandra Smith ... Violet Brooks
Ford Rainey ... Dr. Crow
Walter Baldwin ... Luther

John Pickard ... Wilkens
Edna Glover ... Operator
Ken Renard ... Mr. Sureyano
Phil Vandervort ... Hamilton (as Philip Vandervort)
James Chandler ... Truck Driver

Chuck Hicks ... Deputy (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Deputy (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Man in Motel (uncredited)
Dale Van Sickel ... Bulldozer Driver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Coffin for a Clown

25 November 1967
Mannix is working on a child custody case that should be routine. It isn't. It begins with Mannix barely saving the life of the boy who is the subject of the custody fight. As Mannix's investigation continues, it becomes clear the boy's father is the target of killers, including one attempt by using explosives. Yet, the father isn't rich. Mannix must figure out the motive before the boy and father are harmed.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham
Gabriel Dell ... Alan Brewer
Whitney Blake ... Cloris Loman
Frank Campanella ... Burt Loman

Diana Muldaur ... Fran Webber
Aram Katcher ... J.D. Arikonian

Norman Fell ... Daniel Brewer

Christopher Knight ... Josh (as Christopher A. Knight)
Harvey Parry ... Ed Regan
Don Putnam ... Artist
Ellaraino ... Nurse (as Ella Edwards)

Laraine Stephens ... Helen Brewer
Rory Mallinson ... Hood (uncredited)
Hank Robinson ... Passerby On Sidewalk (uncredited)
Guy Way ... Arman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: A Catalogue of Sins

2 December 1967
A burglar steals notebooks from a psychiatrist but double crosses an accomplice and takes the notebooks for himself. One of the patients hires Mannix and Intertect after being blackmailed. Mannix's client is a movie studio art director who has a secret in his past. The trail turns deadly. The burglar and a companion turn up dead and Intertect boss Lew Wickersham is wounded.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Percy Rodrigues ... Roy Bradley
Joe Maross ... Dr. Steven Warren

Joe Mantell ... Eddie Stacy
Jennifer Billingsley ... Audrey Chalmers

Fay Spain ... Gladys
Kim Hamilton ... Alice Bradley

Richard Bakalyan ... Frank Quigley
Boyd Holister ... Charles Glenn (as Robert Palmer)
John Indrisano ... Tim (as Johnny Indrisano)
Martin Braddock ... Gordon Parker
Don Edwards ... Agent
Pepper Martin ... Second Hood

Roy Jenson ... Duane Toohey
Arline Anderson ... Receptionist (uncredited)
Joseph I. Breen Jr. ... Assistant Director (uncredited)
Bill Catching ... Western Actor (uncredited)
Noble 'Kid' Chissell ... Western Actor (uncredited)
Bruce Geller ... Director (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Turn Every Stone

9 December 1967
A crusading newspaper editor is preparing an explosive expose of a state legislator. But a man who supposedly had the documentation has fled just as the story went to press. The editor hires Intertect, which sends Mannix to work on the case. Mannix and Intertect boss Wickersham come to doubt whether the legislator is corrupt. But somebody is responsible for a trail of bodies and Mannix is determined to find out who.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham
Linden Chiles ... Homer Boswell

Nita Talbot ... Gloria Turnbull
Lloyd Gough ... Senator Miniver

Hampton Fancher ... Cornwall Dover

Dabbs Greer ... Dan Turpin
Joan Tompkins ... Mrs. Dover
Sharyn Hillyer ... Edna Lacey

John Crawford ... Traynor
Noam Pitlik ... Lowell Gregg
Madge Blake ... Mrs. Muriel Pochek (uncredited)
George Cisar ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Jack Perkins ... Henry (uncredited)

G.D. Spradlin ... Sid Abernathy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Run, Sheep, Run

16 December 1967
Intertect is retained by the police department to help transport a woman informant to safety. At least that's the story Mannix is told by a police inspector. But the case proves more complicated -- and very deadly. The informant turns out to be an undercover policewoman and Mannix is really a decoy. The policewoman is killed and Mannix remains the target of crooked cops.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Malachi Throne ... Inspector Frank Kyler

Joyce Van Patten ... Lola Collins
Richard Devon ... Captain Tom Randolph

Ruta Lee ... Jean Coleman

John Abbott ... Monty Kelbo
Susan Crane ... Mavis Miller
Bill Bradley ... Lieutenant Barry Frohm
Carol Bagdasarian ... Marie
George Keymas ... Orville Gooch
Jerry Catron ... Myles Stroud (uncredited)
Matt Emery ... Killer Cop (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Paramedic (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Then the Drink Takes the Man

30 December 1967
Mannix infiltrates an alcohol-rehabilitation center in Mexico. His client is a young woman who fears her father is being swindled. Intertect has devised a cover identity so that Mannix poses as an alcoholic who has been committed there by an Intertect operative posing as his wife. Mannix discovers a confidence man is also posing as a patient. In the middle of the case, another patient turns up dead and Mannix finds out there have been several unsolved murders nearby. If Mannix isn't careful, he could be the next victim.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham (credit only)

John Anderson ... George Blake

Lynda Day George ... Carol Blake (as Lynda Day)
Dorothy Green ... Laura Durand

Julie Adams ... Liza Carter
Roger Torrey ... Travers

Sean McClory ... Scott Winters
Joe Lo Presti ... Captain Gomez
Dick Dial ... Phony Trooper
Ken Tilles ... Police Lieutenant
Dick Merrifield ... 2nd Sheriff (as Richard Merrifield)
Eddie Firestone ... Clyde Jefferson
George Bruggeman ... Man At Treatment Center (uncredited)

Bill Hart ... Phony Trooper (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Falling Star

6 January 1968
Vain, arrogant, fading movie star Anne Marion calls a press conference to announce plans for an autobiography. Then, a bomb goes off. The actress hires Intertect and, after a look at available operatives, decides Mannix is her man. The assumption was the bomb was a publicity stunt. Mannix visits one of Anne's ex-husbands, who performs special effects work. The bomb was supposed to be a dud. Mannix is convinced that someone wants to do the actress harm. She has three suspicious ex-husbands, one of whom is an arrogant hothead, the other who employs shady and violent bodyguards. Mannix decides to make himself a target by having Anne's college-age daughter take the diary of the actress and letting the ex-husbands know it. Are of one of them the potential killer? Or is it somebody else?

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Jan Sterling ... Anne Marion

Marian Seldes ... Ida Colby
Douglas Henderson ... Tom Lockwood (as Doug Henderson)
Barbara Hunter ... Carol Marion
Quinn K. Redeker ... Jim Dancy (as Quinn Redeker)

Army Archerd ... Army Archerd
Rona Barrett ... Rona Barrett

Lee Bergere ... Steven Kosloff
Otto Waldis ... Otto Trenck
Morgan Jones ... Howard Pender
Mickey Morton ... Milt
Bobby Hall ... Artie
Jack Baker ... Dance Director

Dick Miller ... Photographer (as Richard Miller)
Dick Cherney ... Gardener (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: License to Kill - Limit Three People

13 January 1968
Three people are brutally murdered. The evidence points to David Tate. When a potential client approaches Intertect about trying to prove Tate innocent, Mannix agrees to take the case. The private detective finds himself caught in between the police and whoever is framing Tate.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Karen Black ... Elaine Tate

Peter Haskell ... David Tate
Wright King ... Robert Hartigan
Warren J. Kemmerling ... Lt. Bowers (as Warren Kemmerling)
Elisa Ingram ... Ruth Levitt

Harry Basch ... Gould

Steven Marlo ... Fred
William O'Connell ... John Burke
Melinda O. Fee ... Allison West (as Melinda Fee)
Art Lewis ... Hayden
Clete Roberts ... Newscaster
Martin Braddock ... Gordon Parker (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Man Exiting Elevator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: Deadfall: Part 1

20 January 1968
An Intertect security chief apparently has been killed while driving. At almost the same time, an explosion at an Intertect client has killed a technician and destroyed a new laser device. Mannix suddenly is thrust into the case while Intertect chief Wickersham begins acting erratically, the side effect of medication for an infection. Mannix concludes that the Intertect security man may have sold out, along with somebody at the client. Mannix later finds that the Intertect security man is still alive. Mannix, though, isn't having an easy time. The Intertect chief's behavior turns worse and he gets into a brutal fight with Mannix. Afterward, an injured Mannix confronts a woman who was having an affair with the Intertect security man. She drugs him and Mannix is on the verge of falling into unconsciousness as someone is coming to the woman's apartment.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Michael Tolan ... Dr. Norman Forrest

Beverly Garland ... Edna Reston

Roscoe Lee Browne ... Dr. Andrew Josephus

Antoinette Bower ... Gail Mason

Dana Elcar ... Fred Reston
Austin Willis ... George Carlisle
Julian Burton ... Justin Detweiler

Sidney Clute ... Dr. Bernstein
Morgan Jones ... Howard Pender
Jack Bernardi ... Ball Man
Nicholas Georgiade ... Logan (as Nick Georgiade)
Allen Bleiweiss ... Mourner at Funeral (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Minister (uncredited)
George Sawaya ... Henchman on Boat (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Deadfall: Part 2

27 January 1968
A doctor for Intertect arrives and treats Mannix's injuries. The physician also informs Mannix that Lew Wickersham has been taking steroids prescribed to treat an infection. That's why Wickersham's behavior has been erratic. Mannix and Wickersham separately probe the conspiracy that has left three people dead. If they aren't careful, the death toll will rise again.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Michael Tolan ... Dr. Norman Forrest

Beverly Garland ... Edna Reston

Roscoe Lee Browne ... Dr. Andrew Josephus

Antoinette Bower ... Gail Mason

Dana Elcar ... Fred Reston
Austin Willis ... George Carlisle

Sidney Clute ... Dr. Bernstein
Edwin Max ... Benny
Art Lewis ... Hayden
Morgan Jones ... Howard Pender
Madge Cameron ... Gertrude
Julian Burton ... Justin Detweiler (uncredited)
Nicholas Georgiade ... Logan (uncredited)
Bob Herron ... Seaman (uncredited)
Robert F. Hoy ... Henchman (uncredited)
Fred Krone ... Seaman (uncredited)
Roy N. Sickner ... Seaman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: You Can Get Killed Out There

3 February 1968
Mannix quits Intertect after Wickersham agrees to accept a case from suspected gang boss Aram Karmalis. Striking out on his own, Mannix agrees to help a young woman. But it turns out that Mannix is now working a different angle of the same case.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Howard Da Silva ... Aram Karmalis

Scott Marlowe ... Steve Cade

Marianna Hill ... Marcie
Barbara Baldavin ... Arleen Cade

Mort Mills ... Tony

Victor Lundin ... Al (as Vic Lundin)
Charles Wagenheim ... Danny Boyle
Jody Gilbert ... Litty
Sid McCoy ... Mallory
Jon Silo ... Maitre d'

Morris Buchanan ... Factotum

Harry Harvey ... Proprietor (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Noble 'Kid' Chissell ... Diner Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Another Final Exit

10 February 1968
Down on his luck Bernie Farmer is married to Rose, who's the sister of a mobster. When the criminal is about to be paroled, Bernie decides to open a box the mobster had entrusted to him. But the box is empty. Mannix and Intertect boss Wickersham, against their better judgment, opt to help Bernie find what was in the box. Mannix sets himself up as a target, letting people think he has the box and its contents. The detective will endure multiple beatings as he tries to solve the case.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Larry Storch ... Bernie Farmer
Jan Shepard ... Rose
Harry Landers ... Jerome Gault
Paul Comi ... Harry
Walter Brooke ... Captain Wells
Aram Katcher ... Pasikov
Don Hanmer ... Cokie
Ernest Harada ... Caterer

Grace Lee Whitney ... Gloria
Jewell Lain ... Stella
Amy Meagher ... Secretary

Pamela Dunlap ... Clarice
Paul Bradford ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Bobby Gilbert ... Man on Park Bench (uncredited)
Max Kleven ... Henchman (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Pasikov's Henchman (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Gambler (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Eight to Five, It's a Miracle

17 February 1968
Mannix is hired to investigate a supposed miracle that has occurred on land owned by a mobster. When a man turns up dead and the mobster's thugs beat on Mannix, the miracle's legitimacy seems highly doubtful. But the motives for faking the miracle are murky, at best. The mobster doesn't stand to gain financially. But Mannix is determined to find the truth.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham
Larry Perkins ... Father Mancino
Brenda Scott ... Sandy

William Smithers ... Salvatore Pucci

Jay Novello ... Rico Pucci Sr.
Bruce Gordon ... Bishop
Weston Gavin ... Rico Pucci Jr.
Miriam Goldina ... Anna

Harry Harvey ... Geologist (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Lillian Adams ... Italian Woman
William Bryant ... Norman Kiley
Roy Engel ... Stanley Blake (uncredited)
Douglas Henderson ... Townsman at Well (uncredited)
Jack Henderson ... Churchgoer (uncredited)
Bob Herron ... Thug #2 (uncredited)
Bert Madrid ... Churchgoer (uncredited)

Michael Masters ... Thug #1 (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Church Janitor (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Townsman at Well (uncredited)
Bill Raisch ... Churchgoer (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Churchgoer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: Delayed Action

2 March 1968
A man named Spinelli shows up severely injured at a hospital emergency room, asking for Mannix. The detective arrives. He's never seen Spinelli before in his life. From this odd beginning, Mannix will be beaten, suspended by Intertect and shot at with a spear gun as he tries to solve a mystery extending back more than 20 years.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Louise Sorel ... Danielle Michaels
John McLiam ... Benny

Ned Glass ... Anthony Spinelli
Eddie Ryder ... Brian
Peggy Rea ... Barbara

Richard Bull ... Richard Sefton
Joel Fluellen ... Sam Bailey

Ronald Long ... Herbanoff
Michael Greene ... Warren

Craig Littler ... Louie
Dick Merrifield ... Intern (as Richard Merrifield)

Walter Koenig ... Harry
Abdullah Abbas ... Orderly (uncredited)
Dee Carroll ... Nurse (uncredited)
Walter Mathews ... Sgt Wylie (uncredited)
George Sawaya ... Police Officer (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Watkins, the Photographer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: To Kill a Writer

9 March 1968
A mystery writer finds a suicide note in his home -- supposedly written by himself. The author specializes in stories that are based on actual cases and he's working on a new novel taken from an unsolved murder. Mannix tries to protect the author, but the writer insists on trying to work on the case. This complicates things greatly for Mannix. In addition, Mannix must deal with a collection of shady characters as he tries to find the would-be killer.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Michael Strong ... Dwight West

Paul Petersen ... Dean Devlin
Larry D. Mann ... Orlando Quinn

Ted Cassidy ... Felipe Montoya
Shirley Bonne ... Nikki Jason
Patti Chandler ... Julie West
David Fresco ... Willie Lang
Art Lewis ... Hayden
Karl Lukas ... Starkey
K.L. Smith ... Swanson
Arline Anderson ... Lessor (uncredited)
Bernard Sell ... Businessman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: The Girl in the Frame

16 March 1968
Wealthy art collector Calvin Norris, while visiting an artist friend, sees a woman modeling for a sculptor in the studio across the alley. Norris is shocked. The woman looks exactly like the subject of a Renoir painting he owns. He tries to get to the woman but she is gone before he can get to the sculptor's studio. Norris hires Mannix and Intertect to track the woman down. Norris is more interested in her than the possibility his painting is a forgery. Mannix, relying more on legwork than Intertect's computers, finds the woman, who, it turns out is really an artist and only models occasionally. It also turns out that Lang, the sculptor, is prone to violence. Mannix is convinced Linda is in danger and he's determined to crack the conspiracy.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Joseph Campanella ... Lew Wickersham

Leslie Parrish ... Linda Marley

Paul Mantee ... Marcos

William Windom ... Calvin Norris

Michael Pataki ... Lang
Douglas Henderson ... Simms

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Forger (as Oscar Beregi)
Martin Braddock ... Parker
Ward Wood ... Lt. Collins
Sivi Aberg ... Pat
Arline Anderson ... Petey's Model
Arthur Bernard ... (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Dabbs Greer ... Petey O'Grady (uncredited)
Jonathan Hole ... Art Teacher (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Guy Way ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: The Silent Cry

28 September 1968
Mannix has finally quit the detective agency for good and is out on his own. The second season begins when Mannix encounters a deaf woman who has witnesses a criminal talking at a pay telephone, discussing a kidnapping. She has made out certain key words because of her ability to read lips. Mannix gets her to remember enough of the conversation so that he can proceed in his investigation. The detective finds a rich man who says his wife has been kidnapped. It turns out the rich man has really hired the criminal to kill his wife and make it look like a kidnapping - and the criminal is anxious to tie up all loose ends, including Mannix and the deaf woman.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Audree Norton ... Jody Wellman
Laurence Naismith ... Anton
Jason Evers ... Assassin
Simon Scott ... Roger L. Wade
Ryan MacDonald ... Lt. Robert Hargrove

Harry Lauter ... Sergeant
Clarence Landry ... Cal
Paul Bradford ... Fiance
Noble 'Kid' Chissell ... Man in Police Station (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Comes Up Rose

5 October 1968
Charlie Anderson, a former policeman who once saved Joe Mannix's life, hires the detective when his wife has run off. The wife is somebody else Charlie met while a policeman - a one-time prostitute who went straight. Charlie now is a security guard at a air cargo facility. One test run has gone badly, thanks to Charlie being suspicious of hoods. Mannix, after being beaten by hoods, learns in the hospital that Charlie and his wife are together again and that he's off the case. Mannix is determined to find the truth.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Gerald S. O'Loughlin ... Charlie Anderson

Sheree North ... Rose Anderson

Lee Bergere ... Harvey Templeton

Barbara Rhoades ... Billie

Ronald Long ... Lawrence Puffy Carson

Byron Morrow ... Nick
Allen Joseph ... Instructor
John Gallaudet ... Clerk George Cole
Charles Horvath ... Steve Borden
Nicky Blair ... Cliff
Arline Anderson ... Mrs. Templeton
David Armstrong ... Prison Guard (uncredited)
Craig Chudy ... Security Guard (uncredited)
Monty O'Grady ... Tailor (uncredited)
George Sawaya ... Artists & Models Club Manager (uncredited)
Guy Way ... Hood (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Pressure Point

12 October 1968
Joey, a young man who helped Mannix out on a previous case, shows up in the detective's apartment, injured from a beating. Mannix hides Joey and gets a call out to the police just before the apartment is overrun by hoods. Mannix is beaten and when he wakes up, Joey is gone. As the detective follows the trail, an organized front tries to buy Mannix off with a trip to Hong Kong on a supposed case. It turns out that the target of all this is a judge, whose daughter is in love with Joey. The syndicate wants to pressure the judge to move the site of a trial for an organized crime figure who is beginning to talk.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Harold J. Stone ... Judge Green

Paul Stewart ... Morgan Farrell

Pamela Dunlap ... Kelly Green
Jay Robinson ... McClure
Stewart Moss ... Joey Curtis
Ryan MacDonald ... Lieutenant Hargrave
Martin Braddock ... Gordon Parker
Geraldine Wall ... Norma
Richard Niles ... Interne

Thordis Brandt ... Miss Hampstead (uncredited)
Craig Chudy ... Thug (uncredited)

James McEachin ... Benjy (uncredited)
Hank Robinson ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Glenn R. Wilder ... Thug #2 (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: To the Swiftest, Death

19 October 1968
Mannix has taken up a new hobby, amateur auto racing. While participating in a race, another racer is killed when his car seems to lose control and goes over an embankment. The widow of the dead racer contacts Mannix, wanting him to investigate, believing the death was a homicide. As Mannix proceeds, it's clear federal authorities have much more interest in what seems like a routine case.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Jill Ireland ... Ellen Kovak

Nicholas Colasanto ... Mac Wagner

Peter Haskell ... Hal Murdock

Hugh Beaumont ... Frank Abbott

Joe Mantell ... Albie Loos
Sabrina Scharf ... Maureen McGill
Emily Banks ... Barbara West
Richard Derr ... Roger Kittridge

Stuart Nisbet ... Ryan

William Fawcett ... Janitor

Jed Allan ... Ed Kovak

Michael Masters ... Frank Abbott's Man (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: The End of the Rainbow

26 October 1968
A recently paroled ex-con is killed by a hit-and-run driver. The man had a matchbook with Mannix's phone number in it. Mannix tries to find out why the ex-con was killed. As his investigation, proceeds, Mannix discovers a plot -- and the detective may be its next victim.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Kathryn Hays ... Betsy Charnik
Marti Stevens ... Mrs. O'Farrell
Jack Ging ... James Spencer
Carlos Romero ... Jug Haskins

George Savalas ... Sergeant

Arthur Peterson ... Prison Official
Diane Van Valin ... Stripper

Robert 'Buzz' Henry ... Fred (as Buzz Henry)
Orwin C. Harvey ... Mervin

Michael Masters ... Jug Haskins' henchman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: A Copy of Murder

2 November 1968
An author, preparing a book about a well-publicized murder case in a small California city, is killed when his yacht blows up. The author's publisher hires Mannix to find the book's last chapter, which is said to solve the murder case. Mannix encounters a hostile police chief who wants to chase him off and an oil-company executive wanting to buy him off. Mannix refuses the bribe and endures a beating but remains committed to finding the missing chapter.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair (credit only)

Barbara Rush ... Celia Bell

Clifton James ... Barney Ford, Police Chief

Kevin Hagen ... Fred Archer
Michael Evans ... George Bigelow
Nelson Olmsted ... Claiburne
Harlan Warde ... Coroner

Allen Jaffe ... Claude Graham
Gerald Price ... Tommy Carr
Troy Melton ... Toby Johnson

George DeNormand ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Sig Frohlich ... Waiter (uncredited)
Regis Parton ... Lucius Ballinger (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Edge of the Knife

9 November 1968
Mannix is hired by successful heart surgeon Cameron McKenzie, whose young son was apparently kidnapped by someone who looked exactly like the doctor, driving a car that also looked exactly like the doctor's car. Mannix agrees to look into the kidnapping if the police will be notified once Mannix runs into a dead end. But then Dr. McKenzie confesses something he has held back: the kidnappers don't want a ransom -- they want McKenzie to let one of his patients die in exchange for the boy's life.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Fritz Weaver ... Dr. Cameron McKenzie
Geraldine Brooks ... Katrina McKenzie
Timothy Scott ... Walter
Priscilla Morrill ... Janet Paulson
Ford Rainey ... Roscoe Bell
Peggy Rea ... Nurse Hollister

Anna Lee ... Mrs. Harriman
Patrick O'Moore ... Mr. Harriman
Christine Matchett ... Karen Shapiro
Eddie Ryder ... Henkel
Jim Boles ... Emil , Theatrical mask maker (uncredited)

Veronica Cartwright ... Mrs. Goldberg (uncredited)

Eve Plumb ... Marian Harriman (uncredited)

Red West ... Thug (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Who Will Dig the Graves?

16 November 1968
Mannix is hired by a secretive multi-millionaire to find his ex-wife. At least that's what he has been told when he takes the job. The ex-wife, a prominent singer, supposedly committed suicide but has been seen since her supposed death. As Mannix pursues the trail, it becomes clear he hasn't been given the entire story. The lives of Mannix and the ex-wife may soon come to an end unless the detective solves the mystery.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Linda Marsh ... Susan Ward
Barry Atwater ... David Blair Phillips
Austin Willis ... Dr. Mark Gregory

George Gaynes ... Professor Brendan

Harry Dean Stanton ... Dean Hill (as Dean Stanton)
The Peppermint Trolley Company ... The Peppermint Trolley
Charles Robinson ... Harvey Roanhorse
David Renard ... Widefoot
Ron Burke ... Travis
Max Kleven ... Bledsoe (as Max Klevin)
James J. Casino ... Rorke (as James Casino)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Need of a Friend

23 November 1968
Mannix seeks to help a man released from prison after seven years. The detective helped send him to prison. This occurred when Mannix was on his first case and, as he remarks, "I was green" then. After the man's release, people start dying at his former employer. Mannix must probe two possibilities: whether the man was framed seven years or ago or whether he is seeking revenge now.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

John Colicos ... David Barker
Paul Stevens ... Walter Timpkins

Cloris Leachman ... Barker's Ex-wife

Barbara Babcock ... Lucille

Richard Bull ... Bernard Cord
Teru Shimada ... Gardener
Sam Gilman ... Tom Sommers

Marie Windsor ... Barbara Timpkins
Terri Messina ... Gloria
Mark Stewart ... Toby
E.A. Sirianni ... Mortuary Manager
Brian Wood ... Doctor
Pete Kellett ... Second Bartender
Noble 'Kid' Chissell ... Bum (uncredited)
Jack Clinton ... Executive (uncredited)
Ludmila ... Dummy (uncredited)
Jack Perkins ... Bartender (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Johnson (uncredited)
Sammy Shack ... Bum (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Bum (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Night Out of Time

7 December 1968
A young man named Clifton Ross (Matt Hulswit), the son of an aircraft magnate (David Brian), awakens after a night of drinking to find a bandage on his hand, blood on his shirt, and fragmentary memories of a fight with his girlfriend Doreen (Janaire). Ross learns that Doreen never came home the night before, and fears that his memories suggest that their evening together ended violently. Ross decides to hire Mannix to reconstruct the previous 24 hours of his life.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Mart Hulswit ... Clifton Ross Jr.

David Brian ... Clifton Ross Sr.
Morgan Sterne ... Charles Hobart
Wright King ... Jonathan Webber
Frank Campanella ... Lt. Dave Angstrom
Janaire ... Doreen Roberts

Jeanne Bates ... Melinda Webber
Joseph V. Perry ... Police Officer (as Joseph Perry)
Mike De Anda ... Maitre d' (as Mike de Anda)
Ottola Nesmith ... Mrs. Blaney
Sean Morgan ... Harry

Charles Napier ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: A View of Nowhere

14 December 1968
Mannix is traveling to Santa Barbara by helicopter when he sees a woman apparently being strangled on a penthouse terrace. When Mannix and the police investigate, however, they are assured by the occupants of the penthouse apartment that nothing has happened. Mannix refuses to accept this and launches his own investigation.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Katherine Woodville ... Joanna Salt (as Kate Woodville)

Hazel Court ... Barbara Montford

Michael Wilding ... Phillip Montford
Frank Campanella ... Lt. Dave Angstrom

Larry Linville ... Detective Sergeant George Kramer (as Lawrence Linville)
Fabian Dean ... Manager
Jack Bannon ... Father Graves
Gail Bonney ... Mrs. Timmins

Bill Baldwin ... Janitor

Woodrow Parfrey ... Harrison
Martin Ashe ... Caretaker (uncredited)
Robert V. Barron ... Car Rental Manager (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Fear I to Fall

21 December 1968
Mannix is brought to a small town in New Mexico on a ruse, and then subpoenaed to testify as an expert witness for the prosecution in a murder trial. After his testimony, the woman representing the defendant announces she wants to resign as defense counsel. Mannix decides that instead of returning to Los Angeles, he'll remain to aid the defense, encouraging the defendant's attorney to stick with the case while he tries to dig up new information that could free her client.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair (credit only)

Joanna Barnes ... Phyllis Richards

Dana Elcar ... Sheriff Conrad Bucola

Richard Anderson ... District Attorney Bartlett

Marian Collier ... Vera Barlow
Tol Avery ... Amos Smith

Arthur Peterson ... Judge
Fred Krone ... Edward Lewis
Frederic Downs ... County Recorder (as Fred Downs)
Elmer Modling ... Airport Agent (as Elmer Modlin)

John Considine ... Harry Barlow
Albert Cavens ... Court Reporter (uncredited)
Dick Cherney ... Juror (uncredited)
Robert Hitchcock ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Tom McDonough ... Commuter (uncredited)
Monty O'Grady ... Juror (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Juror (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Deathrun

4 January 1969
A jeweler whose shop is located near Mannix' detective agency is murdered, and in the crowd outside the murder scene, Mannix runs into Bill Chase, a buddy from his days in the Korean War. Chase tells Mannix he's in trouble and asks Mannix to visit the small mountain town where he serves as a fire ranger so he can tell Mannix about his situation. Within a short time of his arrival in the town, however, Mannix finds a deepening mystery, as he's shot at, injured falling down a hill, and learns that the woman who claims to be Chase's wife is a completely different woman.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair (credit only)

Madlyn Rhue ... Laura Giles
John Milford ... Sheriff George Hale

Fred Beir ... Bill Chase

Eduard Franz ... Dr. Harris

Art Metrano ... Tom
Hal K. Dawson ... Aaron Kester
Lou Peralta ... Carlos
Beverlee McKinsey ... Carol Chase
Murray Pollack ... Observer at Scene (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Observer at Scene (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Observer at Scene (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: A Pittance of Faith

11 January 1969
A woman enters an apartment, is attacked and then thrown over a balcony to her death. The police conclude it is suicide, thanks in part to a phony suicide note. Friends of the woman's family hire Mannix to prove it's really a murder case so the woman can be buried in accordance with her faith. Despite his own doubts, Mannix becomes convinced it is a murder case. Yet the woman's father doesn't want the detective to pursue the case and then his clients abruptly terminate his services. Mannix, however, is determined to pursue the case.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

David Opatoshu ... Mr. Lardelli

Corinne Camacho ... Maria Lardelli

Larry Linville ... Lieutenant George Kramer (as Lawrence Linville)

Joe Mantell ... Albie Loos

Don Eitner ... Larry Scott
E.J. André ... Professor Mario Carvello

Woodrow Parfrey ... Harry
Bart La Rue ... Reporter (as Bart Larue)
Tom Palmer ... Royal Milikan

Bobby Troup ... Bobby Troup
Bobby Gilbert ... Association Member (uncredited)
Robert Hitchcock ... Pilot (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... Pilot (uncredited)
Monty O'Grady ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
Emma Palmese ... Association Member (uncredited)
Paul Ravel ... Association Member (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Association Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Only Giants Can Play

18 January 1969
A tennis pro tries to blackmail a candidate for governor, and is found dead in a remote area. His wife hires Mannix to investigate the man's death. Mannix travels to the state where the man died, and becomes embroiled in the political back-and-forth involving the candidate who was the target of the blackmail and his staff, as well as the activities of the candidate's opponents -- while also dealing with an oily woman who owns a chain of newspapers.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair (credit only)

John Dehner ... Jim Claman

Slim Pickens ... Mike Ray

Patricia Barry ... Claire Hanley

Bettye Ackerman ... Rita Claman
Peter Donat ... Walter Webb
Vince Deadrick Sr. ... Richard Newley (as Vince Deadrick)
Art Lewis ... Pete (as Artie Lewis)
Gilchrist Stuart ... Charlie (as Gil Stuart)
Paul Hahn ... Police Sergeant
Joseph Walsh ... Hotel Clerk

George DeNormand ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Tom McDonough ... Campaigner (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Campaigner (uncredited)
Jerry Rush ... Reporter (uncredited)
Sammy Shack ... Campaigner (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Shadow of a Man

25 January 1969
Mannix narrowly avoids being shot by a businessman who appears to be a solid citizen. The attacker claims this is due to dreams he is having based on his Korean War experiences. The businessman later freaks out when police approach his house. Mannix has begun to talk him down when the businessman is shot from outside. But the police didn't fire. Mannix continues his investigation and a student at UCLA, the daughter of a company the businessman knew in Korea, is the detective's main lead to finding the truth.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair (credit only)

Antoinette Bower ... Barbara Sanderson
Don Chastain ... Pete Collier

Larry Linville ... Lieutenant George Kramer (as Lawrence Linville)

William Windom ... Nils Sanderson
George Chandler ... Mr. Hotchkiss
Myron Healey ... Morgan Petrie
Philip Ahn ... Mr. Rhee
Elizabeth Rogers ... Records Clerk
Penny Gaston ... Girl

Bartlett Robinson ... Bradshaw

Alex Gerry ... Dr. Marcus Kaufman
Tracey M. Lee ... Young Joy
Helen Funai ... Joy Suk
Sig Frohlich ... Observer at Scene (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: The Girl Who Came in with the Tide

1 February 1969
A young woman's body washes ashore as the episode opens, and Mannix later recognizes her as the former consort of a slippery attorney who once had Mannix' private investigator license suspended. Mannix suspects the attorney of having killed the woman, of committing another murder, and of staging the attempted suicide of someone who confesses to committing the two other two deaths, even though there is scant evidence to support his theories.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Nancy Kovack ... Brett Nichols

Robert Reed ... Sgt. Adam Tobias

Lloyd Bochner ... Alec Ryan
David M. Frank ... Tom (as David Frank)
Arline Anderson ... Maid
Rita D'Amico ... Ellie
Salli Sachse ... Mona

Season 2, Episode 18: Death in a Minor Key

8 February 1969
Peggy has been dating a black musician named Gabe Johnson. While they are at a jazz club, he and a man in the audience both recognize one another, and Gabe flees, without Peggy and without his prized cornet. Peggy turns to Joe Mannix and asks him to investigate Gabe's disappearance. Mannix learns that Gabe's real name is Gabe Dillon, and that the man in the club who recognized him (and whom Gabe recognized) was the police chief from the southern town where Gabe escaped while serving a ten-year prison term for burglary, attempted murder, and hit and run. Mannix attempts to help Gabe, but his efforts are stymied by Gabe's own resistance, and by the police chief's dogged pursuit of the fugitive.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Anthony Zerbe ... Chief Walt Finlay

Yaphet Kotto ... Gabe Johnson / Gabriel Dillon
Evans Evans ... Phyllis Judson Garth
Ed Gilbert ... Hal Gardner (as Edmund Gilbert)
Conlan Carter ... Randall

Lee Weaver ... Dave
Robert Miller Driscoll ... Prison Official
Nancy Burnett ... Librarian

Johnny Silver ... Barney
Jon Lormer ... Harvey Boylan
Anne Loos ... Clara Boylan (as Ann Loos)

Season 2, Episode 19: End Game

15 February 1969
Mannix gets an urgent call from the police. Lt. Art Malcolm, Mannix's friend who also served with the detective during the Korean War, is being held hostage in an abandoned building. The police are unable to enter the structure, which is filled with explosive booby traps. The man behind Malcom's abduction served in the same outfit as Mannix and Malcom. The man was left behind when a group of G.I.'s escaped from a Korean prison camp. He has been revenging himself on the escapees and now only Mannix and Malcom are left alive.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair (credit only)

Steve Ihnat ... Gus Keller
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Joseph I. Breen Jr. ... Sergeant (as Joe Breen)
George Atkinson ... Policeman
Arch Johnson ... Captain Griswold

Season 2, Episode 20: All Around the Money Tree

22 February 1969
Roger Bard, an Englishman who rents an office in the same complex as Joe Mannix, comes to work one day where he is first confronted by a man named Rhodes, whom he locks in a closet. Bard realizes that his office is being watched by three other men, whom he flees by escaping out a back window. Bard briefly climbs into the window in Mannix' office, where he gives Mannix his keys and asks Mannix to free Rhodes, before driving off with the three men in pursuit. Mannix discovers that Bard's office is an elaborate front, with no files or other paperwork of any kind. Then a tall, beautiful woman named Claudia appears, claiming to be Bard's niece. She tells Mannix that her uncle is hiding in Ensenada, and asks that Mannix accompany her there to aid him.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Christopher Cary ... Roger Bard
Marianne McAndrew ... Claudia Redstone
Hedley Mattingly ... Dustin Rhodes

John Orchard ... Benjamin Wish
Jorge Moreno ... Paco Moreno
Ric Roman ... Pilot
Bert Madrid ... Guard (uncredited)
Troy Melton ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: Odds Against Donald Jordan

1 March 1969
Mannix is hired to find Donald Jordan, a missing compulsive gambler. Mannix gets differing stories from Jordan's sister, wife and business partner. Then, he finds Jordan, who claims not to be in trouble. However, Jordan is being pursued by loan sharks. The detective not only seeks to establish the truth but also confronts those closest to Jordan, who have been enabling the gambling addict.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

James Olson ... Donald Jordan

Nan Martin ... Frances Jordan

Paul Winfield ... Walter Lucas

Susan Oliver ... Linda Jordan

Joe Mantell ... Albie Loos
King Moody ... O'Keefe

George Fisher ... Arnie
Lee Faulkner ... Hank
Barbara Boles ... Casey

Timothy Carey ... Rasmussen
Hans Moebus ... Gambler (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: Last Rites for Miss Emma

8 March 1969
Mannix is hired to find a shipment of morphine -- "Miss Emma" -- stolen from a pharmaceutical firm. Peggy takes on a more active role than usual in trying to solve the morphine theft. Peggy also finds herself strongly attracted to Floyd Brown, a handsome black man who unsuccessfully tried to stop the morphine thieves, getting himself shot in the process.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Robert Hooks ... Floyd Brown

Ron Randell ... George Maple

Dabbs Greer ... Mr. Coombs

Rhys Williams ... Doctor
Paulene Myers ... Mrs. Johnson
John Alderson ... Sam Tallis
Mark Stewart ... Toby
Scott Hale ... Harrell
Pepper Martin ... Virgil
Julian Burton ... Chemist
Walter Mathews ... Lester Parks

Larry Linville ... Lieutenant George Kramer (uncredited)
Jerry Rush ... Hood (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: The Solid Gold Web

22 March 1969
Diana Walker, the daughter of a newspaper tycoon and Mannix' old flame, comes back into Mannix' life after a four-year absence. She is in a fragile mental state after believing that she killed a hoodlum named Johnny Malina, with whom she was also once involved, in a night-time road accident. Diana's father, sensing that she's terribly upset about something, asks Mannix to contact her once again, hoping that she will confide in Mannix about whatever is disturbing her.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair (credit only)

Sally Kellerman ... Diana Walker

John Randolph ... Jason Walker

Robert Ellenstein ... Macklin Reeves

Whit Bissell ... Harry Meacham

Jason Wingreen ... Barney
Hal Baylor ... Cully Roberts
Shirley O'Hara ... Iris Meacham
Anne Loos ... Cinny
John Archer ... Judge John Leigh

George DeNormand ... Party Guest (uncredited)
David Fresco ... Blind Arnie Newsvendor (uncredited)
Monty O'Grady ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Charlie Picerni ... Johnny Malina (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Party Guest (uncredited)

John Quade ... Bartender at the Gladhand (uncredited)
Leoda Richards ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Sammy Shack ... Loader (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: Merry Go Round for Murder

5 April 1969
Mannix is called in the middle of the night by an acquaintance, Pete Neal, and offered $1,000 to protect a man named Frank Devereau just until the following morning. Devereau is carrying $250,000, but he and Neal insist that the money is not stolen. Suddenly a car swerves by, shots ring out, Neal is killed, and the car disappears with both the money and Neal's body. Then Devereau runs off, too, leaving Mannix to report the shooting and disappearance of the money to the police with no other witnesses, no physical evidence, and no explanation where Devereau got such a large amount of money.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Warren Stevens ... Harry Wallach

Ruth McDevitt ... Miss Jean Johnson
Sue Ane Langdon ... Mrs. Devereaux

Joe Mantell ... Albie Loos

Paul Carr ... Pete Neal

Larry Linville ... Lieutenant George Kramer (as Lawrence Linville)

Richard Bull ... Frank Devereaux
Mark Stewart ... Toby

Paul Marin ... Medical Examiner

Red West ... Arlan
Robert Casper ... Decorator

Kenneth Mars ... Mercer

Season 2, Episode 25: To Catch a Rabbit

12 April 1969
Peter Martin, the son of a respected doctor who often ministered to the less fortunate, is found at the bottom of the stairs in his home with his neck broken. His sister does not believe the medical examiner's conclusion that his death was accidental, and hires Mannix to find out if he was murdered, and if so, by whom. A clue left by a young boy whom Mannix observes spying on the Martin home leads Mannix to a Chicano neighborhood, where he discovers further evidence about Martin's death, but also uncovers resentments and accusations toward Martin by some residents of the neighborhood.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Gail Kobe ... Katherine Martin
Robert Phillips ... Cantero

Robert Reed ... Lt. Adam Tobias
Frank Ramírez ... Carlos Valera
Pilar Seurat ... Miriam Valera
Tony De Costa ... Mele Valera
Jan Arvan ... Bartender
Jack Bannon ... Peter Martin

Victor Izay ... Lab Man

Stuart Nisbet ... Medical Examiner

Michael Masters ... Policeman (uncredited)
Daniel Núñez ... Observer at Scene (uncredited)

Charlie Picerni ... Man in Beret (uncredited)
Sammy Shack ... Observer at Scene (uncredited)

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: Eagles Sometimes Can't Fly

27 September 1969
Brad Turner, a young black man who is an old friend of Peggy's, shows up at her door one night with his friend Jimmy Whitewing, who is part Indian. They were in a liquor store when it was held up, with Jimmy getting wounded during the incident, making it look like Brad and Jimmy committed the robbery. Peggy performs first aid on Jimmy, but also calls Joe Mannix. When Mannix tries to convince them to go to the police, however, they flee. Mannix nevertheless decides to investigate the matter, hoping to exonerate them.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Georg Stanford Brown ... Brad Turner
Geoffrey Deuel ... Jimmy Whitewing

Robert Reed ... Lt. Adam Tobias
Alan Bergmann ... James Kitchener
Joseph Reale ... Elgin Boyd
Shirley O'Hara ... Store Owner's Wife
Frederic Downs ... Store Owner
Shyrl Formberg ... Waitress
Carol Bagdasarian ... Teller
Lee Faulkner ... Reed

Celeste Yarnall ... Tawny

Season 3, Episode 2: Color Her Missing

4 October 1969
Corey Boone, a private detective and a mentor to Joe Mannix, dies after being thrown from the window of a penthouse. Suspicion falls on the owner of the penthouse, a shady attorney named Charles Egan, who claims he was out driving around when Boone was killed. His one possible alibi is a young woman with whom he claims to have had a brief encounter in a remote area at the time of Boone's death. But then Egan, who has been charged with Boone's murder, surprises Mannix by asking him to find the missing witness.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Jason Evers ... Charles Egan

Robert Reed ... Lt. Adam Tobias
Carla Borelli ... Dallas King

John Beck ... Jerry Boyes

Virginia Gregg ... Liz Boone

Michael Masters ... Tom
Chet Stratton ... Manager
Jim Goyette ... Clerk

Season 3, Episode 3: Return to Summer Grove

11 October 1969
Jean McBride, an old flame of Joe Mannix' who still lives in his hometown of Summer Grove, appears in his office one evening. Jean is married to Troy McBride, who once quarterbacked the Summer Grove football team on which Mannix also played. But now a double-tragedy has befallen Troy -- he is in an iron lung as a result of an accident, and has also been charged with murder. Mannix accompanies him and Jean back to Summer Grove to assist in the defense of the murder charge -- but his return home also forces Mannix to deal with unresolved conflicts with his father, from whom he has been estranged for many years.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair (credit only)

Victor Jory ... Stefan Mannix

Vera Miles ... Jean McBride

Larry Pennell ... Troy McBride

Jerry Douglas ... Ed Barkley

Marion Ross ... Lurene Warenski
Lili Valenty ... Maria
Booth Colman ... Leo Kolligian
Valentin de Vargas ... Sheriff Cisco Madeiros (as Val DeVargas)
Harry Raybould ... Fred
Ivy Bethune ... Nurse

Season 3, Episode 4: The Playground

18 October 1969
Joe Mannix is called by an old friend named Rudy who is an executive with Majestic Studios, about the studio's big star, Mitch Cantrell. Cantrell is both obnoxious and reckless, but Rudy's concern is that someone has been threatening Cantrell's life -- threats that appear to have come true when someone stretched a metal wire across a road in front of Cantrell's motorcycle. When the attempts on Cantrell's life begin to multiply, Mannix tries to convince Cantrell that he needs to take precautions, but Cantrell refuses. Mannix nevertheless stays on at the studio, hoping to find the person behind the threats on Cantrell's life.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Robert Conrad ... Mitch Cantrell

Leslie Parrish ... Mona

Ben Cooper ... Pete Joplin
Paul Comi ... Rudy
Dan Barton ... Director
Richard Anders ... Assistant Director
Ralph Montgomery ... Gene

Bill Erwin ... Prop Man (as William Erwin)
Keg Johnson ... Fred
Tommy J. Huff ... Bud Nicholson (as Tom Huff)

Season 3, Episode 5: A Question of Midnight

25 October 1969
Benjamin Holland, a former physician, runs a general store in a small town up the coast from Los Angeles. Holland lost his medical license two years earlier when he reported the wrong lab results to a surgeon and then disappeared from the hospital without permission. Now he is being prosecuted for practicing medicine without a license because he administered life-saving treatment to a young boy. His girlfriend, a woman named Andrea, is an old friend of Joe Mannix from their college days, when she was "queen of the freshman ball." She believes that the solution to Holland's current troubles is to clear his name in the incident that led to the revocation of his medical license. Despite Holland's refusal to cooperate, Mannix agrees to look into the matter for Andrea.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair (credit only)
Tom Troupe ... Dr. Benjamin Holland

Lee Meriwether ... Reva Daniels
Scott McKay ... Dr. Bennett
Laurel Goodwin ... Andrea
Logan Ramsey ... Stilwell
James Westerfield ... Sheriff Reardon

Barbara Babcock ... Nurse Hapgood

Sam Edwards ... Silas Cooper

Barbara Bosson ... Miss Riley

Bill Baldwin ... Dr. Moore
Vivi Janiss ... Miss Kearsarge
Mona Bruns ... Mrs. Tucker

John Howard ... Dr. Daniels

Season 3, Episode 6: A Penny for the Peep Show

1 November 1969
Mannix is visited by a young woman named Celia James, who somewhat reluctantly explains that her uncle recently visited her and left behind a briefcase. When he did not return or contact her as she had anticipated, she opened the briefcase to find that it contained more than $300,000 in cash, as well as lists of names and places. She has barely finished telling him this when three men burst into Mannix' office. They tell Mannix, Peggy, and Celia that they are escaped convicts and want money to aid in making their escape. Their attention soon turns to the two women, however, and they begin to show that they are interested in more than money.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Sabrina Scharf ... Celia James

Kevin Hagen ... Jackson
Charles Dierkop ... Makuta / John Marrish

Larry Linville ... Lieutenant George Kramer (as Lawrence Linville)
Ramon Bieri ... Peters

Edd Byrnes ... Clay / Harry McCloy
Christopher Dark ... Driver
Regis Cordic ... Mr. Coolidge (as Rege Cordic)

Season 3, Episode 7: A Sleep in the Deep

8 November 1969
Joe Mannix is hired by Ellen Barton, whose husband drowned while swimming toward the dock near the marina where they lived. She is convinced that her husband, a champion swimmer, could not have died accidentally, and that instead he was murdered. As he pursues the investigation, Mannix enlists help from Dave Wright, the marina's security officer, whose life he once saved when Wright was still a police officer.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Skip Homeier ... Naval Intelligence Agent Gordon

Paul Stewart ... Andre Korvak
Milton Selzer ... Dave Wright

Marianna Hill ... Ellen Barton

Jonathan Goldsmith ... Thomas Clayton Hewitt (as Jonathan Lippe)

Angel Tompkins ... Barbara Stoner / Sondra Markham
Sivi Aberg ... Carla Renata
David Chow ... Yoshi

Byron Morrow ... Robert Stoner
Charles Seel ... Blind Man

Season 3, Episode 8: Memory: Zero

22 November 1969
Maggie Wells, the secretary of a private investigator who was murdered, is on her way to see Joe Mannix. The cab driver taking her there fails to follow the route to Mannix' office, and then attempts to shoot her, but she is able to escape. Shaken, she manages to meet with Mannix, and asks him to figure out why someone is trying to kill her. Mannix places her in a trailer in a secluded location, and tries to get her to remember as many details as she can about her late boss, in order to figure out which of his former clients' business dealings might have put her in jeopardy for her life.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Katherine Justice ... Maggie Wells

Don Francks ... Greg Martel
Thomas A. Geas ... Frank Connelly (as Tom Geas)
Frank Campanella ... Lt. Dave Angstrom

Arthur Peterson ... Mr. Phillips
Madison Arnold ... Towbridge
Anne Loos ... Mrs. Phillips
Mark Russell ... Policeman
Lee Parrish ... Bartender
Al Roberts ... Garage Attendant

Season 3, Episode 9: The Nowhere Victim

29 November 1969
A husband is driving his wife home after their anniversary celebration when he apparently runs down a man on a darkened street. The couple returns to the scene but can find no evidence of the man they thought they hit. Reluctant to go to the police because the husband had been drinking that night, they hire Mannix to make sure that no one was injured. Mannix approaches the only witness to the incident posing as the driver of the vehicle, but the witness suddenly claims that he saw nothing. Then the mystery deepens as Mannix is visited by two men who accuse him of having been hired to kill the hit-and-run victim.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Marc Lawrence ... Angelo Palerma

Corinne Camacho ... Victoria Bertelli

Richard Bull ... Dr. Lambert Whitaker
Lloyd Battista ... James Vincent

Richard Bakalyan ... Vincent's Thug
Frank Puglia ... Grandfather Bertelli
Ric Roman ... Brown
Peter Mamakos ... Smith

Julian Rivero ... Guido
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
William Long Jr. ... Waiter
Diane Holden ... Shirley

Stuart Nisbet ... Al (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: The Sound of Darkness

6 December 1969
Mannix is hired by a man who was shot at, but not harmed, by a hired killer in an apparent threat of some kind. While shadowing his client into a derelict building, Mannix is shot at by the hit man. The bullet grazes Mannix' temple, causing a bout of psychosomatic blindness. With the help of an ex-Marine friend of police Lt. Tobias, Mannix learns how to survive in the world of blindness, to prepare himself for what he suspects will be hit man's return to finish the job of silencing Mannix.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Robert Reed ... Lt. Adam Tobias

Joby Baker ... Rudy Marin
James Edwards ... Jerry
Gilbert Green ... Dr. Lang
Peter Brocco ... Derelict
Glenn R. Wilder ... Killer (as Glen Wilder)

Eddie Barth ... Foreman (as Ed Barth)
Arthur Eisner ... Hot Dog Vendor
Craig Chudy ... Volleyball Player

Season 3, Episode 11: Who Killed Me?

13 December 1969
Bradley Everett is the owner of Everett Aviation. He departs one day on a flight to Mexico, and his plane is reported lost off the coast of Baja California. His presumed death has no sooner been reported than a man with a bandaged face and sunglasses walks into Mannix' office -- who turns out to be Everett in disguise, having survived his misadventure at sea. He tells Mannix that the loss of his plane was not an accident, and that his reported death will allow Mannix to investigate who might have had a motive for his murder -- his two business partners, his wife, his mistress, or someone else.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Paul Richards ... Bradley Everett

Susan Howard ... Christina Preston

Yvonne Craig ... Mrs. Diana Everett

Anthony Eisley ... Lawrence King
Peter Brandon ... Paul
Ward Wood ... Lt. Kramer
Hal Baylor ... Henry Marshak
Jack Bannon ... Troy

Season 3, Episode 12: Missing: Sun and Sky

20 December 1969
Sun and Sky, the horse favored to win the Kentucky Derby and possibly the Triple Crown, is being shipped to Kentucky to participate in the upcoming race. During the flight, however, all four members of the cargo plane's crew are overcome by some kind of drug, though the pilot manages to radio a distress call before losing consciousness. Mannix is hired by the insurance company holding the policy on the missing horse to investigate what happened. His search turns up the missing plane, and all four unconscious men, but not Sun and Sky. Mannix discovers that at least two of the men might have had a motive to steal the horse -- and then receives a confession from the horse's owners that they, too, are having financial problems that would make them suspects as well.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix
Gene Raymond ... Richmond Greene

Anita Louise ... Althea Greene

Alex Dreier ... Sam Dallas

Richard Davalos ... Paddy Wright

Harry Carey Jr. ... Floyd Brand
William Phipps ... Walter Stig Wilson
Marsha Rock ... Girl
Michael Stanwood ... First Boy
Michael Greer ... Second Boy
James McCallion ... V.J Stander
Allen Joseph ... Tattoo Artist
Bart La Rue ... Announcer
J. David Jones ... Helicopter pilot (as Dave Jones)

Don Eitner ... Stu Marshall

Red West ... Thug (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Tooth of the Serpent

27 December 1969
Peggy has an old friend named Eve Chancellor, whose husband Jim started on the police force at the same time as Peggy's late husband. Eve is concerned about her son Cap, who has dropped out of school and spends much of his time away from home without accounting for his activities. When he brings a gun home one day, Eve hires Mannix to find Cap and to learn what he is involved in, hoping to help Cap avoid straying into a life of crime.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Percy Rodrigues ... Jim Chancellor

Bert Freed ... R. Eberhard

Lynn Hamilton ... Eve Chancellor

Harrison Page ... Cap Chancellor
Jonathan Brooks ... Rich Gaines

Barney Phillips ... Parker
Harry Swoger ... Landlord
Marco López ... Cop (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: Medal for a Hero

3 January 1970
Police uncover evidence they believe indicate that Peggy's late husband was on the take. This devastates Peggy's son, Toby. Joe Mannix, claiming Toby as his client, undertakes an investigation to clear the name of Peggy's husband. Mannix butts heads with an investigator for the department's internal affairs section, who vows to get the detective's license. Mannix also fends off an attempt on his own life as he tries to find out the truth.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Frank Marth ... Lt. Larry Burdette
Jack Ging ... Lt. Dan Ives

Terry Carter ... Marcus Fair

Bobby Troup ... Bobby
Gloria Calomee ... Hettie Wills
Dean Harens

William Bassett ... Warren Hoxie (as William H. Bassett)
B.J. Mason ... Clayton Donnelly
Mark Stewart ... Toby
Walter Mathews ... Charleston
Bennett Roberts ... Billy
Dick O'Shea ... First Officer
Roy Johnson ... Man at Lake
Brenda Bennett ... Waitress

Season 3, Episode 15: Walk with a Dead Man

10 January 1970
Mannix is about to leave his office to meet a client one night when he receives a telephone call suggesting that he spend the night at home instead. As he exits his office, a shot is fired at him. Mannix manages to meet the client anyway, a secretive executive who claims that a blackmailer is threatening to reveal embarrassing information about his wife. But as the case grows more involved, Mannix' client suddenly denies having hired him, or even knowing who he is.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Peter Mark Richman ... Martin Emory / Harry Glidden (as Mark Richman)

Dane Clark ... Lt. Ira Deegan

Marian McCargo ... Laura Emory
Helen Westcott ... Faye

Parley Baer ... Archie

William Fawcett ... Desk Clerk
Bart La Rue ... Vince (as Bart LaRue)
Hollie Hayes ... Marcia
Larry Vincent ... Wino

Season 3, Episode 16: A Chance at the Roses

17 January 1970
Against his better judgment, Mannix agrees to look into the case of a young man who twice robbed the same pharmacy seeking drugs. The second time, he shot one of the employees, but even though the police had the pharmacy staked out, he managed to escape. The accused man's wife hires Mannix, insisting that her husband was incapable of committing such a crime. Mannix initially finds little to encourage him, but as he delves into the background of the man who was shot, he finds that the police account of what supposedly happened doesn't add up.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Scott Brady ... Officer Delaney

Dewey Martin ... Lt. Clay Lockwood
Jan Merlin ... Vodich

Sandy Kenyon ... Hammel
Leslie Charleson ... Marge Lavor (as Leslie Ann Charleson)

Ted de Corsia ... William Lavor
Gordon Hoban ... Danny Lavor

Alex Gerry ... Mr. Levine
John Carter ... Johnson
Paul Sears ... First Policeman
Rita D'Amico ... Nurse

Season 3, Episode 17: Blind Mirror

24 January 1970
In a story reminiscent of "Rashomon," Mannix is hired by publishing executive George Diamond to locate Diamond's secretary, Winifred Hill. Hill may -- or may not -- have seen Diamond attempt to push his estranged wife, Stella, into the ocean near his beach house. In a panic, Hill goes into hiding. Diamond claims that she misinterpreted what she saw and tells Mannix he simply wants Hill to know the truth. During the course of his investigation, however, Mannix uncovers several different versions of what happened, including two from George Diamond. Then a murder takes place, forcing Mannix to reconsider the truthfulness of his own client.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Robert Lansing ... George Edward Diamond

Diane McBain ... Stella Diamond
Linda Marsh ... Winifred Hill

Mike Farrell ... Clay Riegles
Ed Gilbert ... Pete

Craig Littler ... Jerry Smith

Season 3, Episode 18: Harlequin's Gold

31 January 1970
Mannix is hired by a bank to search for Paul Gantry, an Australian sailor who stands to inherit a sizable sum of money. To find him, Mannix goes under cover at the waterfront posing as a sailor looking for any of his "shipmates" from a recently sunken freighter, the Harlequin, on which Gantry served as one of the crew. As Mannix learns more information about the case, however, he comes to have doubts about whether Gantry really stands to collect the inheritance as his client informed him.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Don Knight ... Paul Gantry / Patrick Gray

Karen Steele ... Sheila
Peter Whitney ... Garrett Clegg

Robert Reed ... Lt. Adam Tobias

Russ Conway ... H. T. Stewart
Harry Swoger ... Bartender
Elizabeth Lane ... Receptionist

Chuck Hicks ... Sikes
Gil Perkins ... Wagner
Al Roberts ... Ad Lib Man

Season 3, Episode 19: Who Is Sylvia?

7 February 1970
Joe Mannix is invited to a party at the home of Phil Graves, with whom he served in the Army during the Korean War. Now Phil is a bank executive married to a wealthy socialite named Kathy. She confides in Joe that there have been three recent attempts on her life, including one that day when someone apparently tampered with the brakes of her car. Joe agrees to look into why someone would have tried to kill her, and pursues the identity of a mysterious "Sylvia," when he finds an expensive locket engraved with that name in Kathy Graves' car.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Jessica Walter ... Kathy Graves

Robert Colbert ... Phil Graves

Larry Linville ... Lieutenant George Kramer

Victoria Carroll ... Redhead

Bill Baldwin ... TV Announcer

Conrad Bachmann ... Second Man at Bar
Fred Carson ... Man with Eyepatch
Mark Russell ... Collier (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: Only One Death to a Customer

14 February 1970
Three attempts are made on Mannix' life within a short period of time, and the killers were each offered a substantial sum of money to do the job. Mannix concludes that the only man who hated him enough to put out these contracts on his life was Frank Bauer, whom he captured and helped put in jail for a murder and robbery in Nevada. The only problem: Bauer, who had recently broken out of prison, was killed during his escape. Mannix decides to go to Nevada to find out whether Bauer's brother may be behind the attempts on his life -- and perhaps to find the more than $200,000 still missing from the robbery.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Loretta Swit ... Dorothy Harker
Neil Russell ... Larry Hammond
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Erik Holland ... Frank Bauer
Garry Walberg ... Tom Corey
Jonathan Kidd ... Medical Examiner
Frank Christi ... Bradshaw
John Pearce ... Parker

Season 3, Episode 21: Fly, Little One

21 February 1970
A respected doctor at a school for emotionally disturbed children is murdered during the theft of $150,000 in bearer bonds that were to be a donation to the school. Joe Mannix is hired by an insurance company to try to recover the bonds. In the process, he meets one of the doctor's former patients, a nine-year old girl named Dana who lives partly in a fantasy world involving Peter Pan and Wendy. As Mannix gets to know the little girl, however, he begins to suspect that her talk of "pirates" and "bombs" might mean she knows something important about the person who killed the doctor to steal the bonds.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Lawrence Dane ... Hicks

Woodrow Parfrey ... Amos

Julie Gregg ... Dr. Barbara Harley
Pamelyn Ferdin ... Dana
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Gene Dynarski ... Killer
Martin Braddock ... Dr. Gasperi
Gerry Lock ... Dana's Mother
Shirley O'Hara ... Mrs. Carr
Alexander Keefe ... Dr. Wallenberg

Gwen Van Dam ... Woman on Balcony (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: The Search for Darrell Andrews

28 February 1970
Wes Tully, a private detective who is a friend of Joe Mannix, is killed by two men who carefully stage his death to look like an accidental drowning. But Tully had confided in Mannix that he might be killed because of a case he was working on, and that his death would be made to look like an accident. Believing that his friend was murdered, Mannix retrieves some important evidence from the case Tully was working on -- but that only prompts the men who killed Tully to threaten Peggy and Toby in order to get that evidence back.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Dana Elcar ... Tom Coleman / Al Beckworth / Darrell Andrews / Charles Vincent Addison
Harry Townes ... Martin Kimbrough

Robert Pine ... Eric Beckworth / Mike Gaynor

Van Williams ... Kidnapper
Jay Robinson
Mark Stewart ... Toby
Walter Mathews ... Lt. Charleston
Nolan Leary ... Ben
Wayne Want ... Policeman

Season 3, Episode 23: Murder Revisited

7 March 1970
A controversial television interviewer telephones a shadowy figure named Harry Armitage for the "hot seat" segment of his show, accusing Armitage of bribery and influence peddling. As he speaks to Armitage on live television, shots ring out and Armitage is later found dead in his apartment. A woman named Muriel Price is found running from the scene, and her gun is determined to be the murder weapon. Joe Mannix, who had just been hired by Armitage before his death, is then hired by Muriel's twin sister, Valerie, to try to prove that her sister is innocent.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Don DeFore ... Ted Hackett

Arlene Martel ... Muriel Price / Valerie Price
Reva Rose ... Woman in Apartment
Joshua Bryant ... Paul
Oliver McGowan ... Dorso
Stanja Lowe ... Miss Landon
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Chick Casey ... Charlie
Frank Gerstle ... Harry C. Armitage

John Aprea ... Thug (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: War of Nerves

14 March 1970
A young woman who has entered a county fair competition in a rural community north of Los Angeles disappears, and her wealthy father hires Joe Mannix to look for her. As Mannix begins his investigation, everyone he interviews claims that the woman never arrived in town. Then everyone -- the police, the town council, and even his hotel clerk -- suddenly seem interested only in having Mannix leave town as quickly as possible. Mannix learns, however, that they are all frightened by an extortion plot that involves not only the missing woman, but a threat to every person in the town.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Mort Mills ... Hijacker

Paul Picerni ... Sheriff

Hugh Beaumont ... Mr. Calder
Med Flory ... Lenz
Alan Baxter ... Major Lewis
Richard Anders ... First Man
Jon Lormer ... Hotel Clerk

Harry Harvey ... Ken Bailey (as Harry Harvey Sr.)

Johnny Silver ... Jed

Howard Culver ... Mr. Hume, the Banker (uncredited)

Bill Quinn ... Nick, the imprisoned drunk (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 25: Once Upon a Saturday

21 March 1970
Joe Mannix is visited by an old friend, Beverly Miller, a life-long worker in the carnival world, whose dream of owning her own carnival is threatened when there are several attempts on her life. Mannix visits the carnival on a Saturday as Beverly prepares it for its opening day, to see if he can learn whether someone is indeed trying to kill her. He also brings along Peggy and her son Toby, to atone for bringing Peggy into the office on her day off. Mannix finds that many of the "carny" workers are uncooperative because they deem his presence to be bad luck. And the "accidents" continue, even with Mannix on the scene.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Bethel Leslie ... Beverly Miller

Michael Conrad ... Rick

Pamela Bellwood ... Susan Miller (as Pamela Kingsley)

Barbara Rhoades ... Donna
Carlos Rivas ... Armando
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm

Don Beddoe ... Colonel Lee
Mark Stewart ... Toby
Robie Porter ... Jimmy

Gordon Jump ... Charlie
Jerry Catron ... Rio (as Jack Catron)

Rodd Redwing ... Knife Thrower (uncredited)

Season 4

Season 4, Episode 1: A Ticket to the Eclipse

19 September 1970
The niece of Ray Endicott, one of the soldiers from Joe Mannix' old unit in Korea, is murdered in her apartment, and a lighter found there links the killing to another member of the unit, Tommy Gantt, who once dated the girl. But Mannix isn't convinced of Gantt's guilt, and begins to believe that the real killer is yet another former member of the unit -- who may be taking revenge on his former comrades one by one.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Darren McGavin ... Mark

Dane Clark ... Lt. Ira Deegan
Mark Stewart ... Toby Fair

Paul Mantee ... Tommy Gantt
Don McGovern ... Ray Endicott
John Wheeler ... Second Zoo Attendant
Jack Griffin ... First zoo attendant
Adele Yoshioka ... Miss Hoyo
Chris Woodley ... Martha

Season 4, Episode 2: One for the Lady

26 September 1970
On his way to visit a potential client in an office building late at night, Mannix surprises a burglar in a jewelry store. The burglar is killed in a shootout, but the police investigation suggests not only that Mannix did not kill the man in self-defense, but that he stole some of the jewelry. With his license suspended and his finances dwindling, Mannix is tempted to accept an offer to be the bodyguard of a reputed mobster's widow.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Jo Van Fleet ... Alexandra Pulvarenti

Robert Reed ... Lt. Adam Tobias

Jack Carter ... Harry O'Toole

David Sheiner ... Sam Duck
Robert Sorrells ... Clement North
Forrest Compton ... Elgin Bonning

James Sikking ... Mark Langdon

Damian London ... Maury
Russ Marin ... Angelo
Bill Keller ... Guard

Brent Davis ... Detective Noble
Lawrence Bame ... Guard
Craig Chudy ... Martone
Dorothy Neumann ... Scrubwoman

Season 4, Episode 3: Time Out of Mind

3 October 1970
Sonny Carter, once a world-champion boxer, has been accused of killing a man who sometimes hung around the boxing arenas trying to fix fights. Sonny's aunt calls her old friend, Peggy, to ask if Joe Mannix will try to find Sonny, who has disappeared. Mannix agrees to look into the matter, but he gets attacked by some thugs who tell him to stop his investigation. The other problem for Mannix is Sonny himself, who would rather flee than face the police investigation.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Brock Peters ... Sonny Carter
Kim Hamilton ... Hallie Woods

George Tobias ... Dalton

Juanita Moore ... Mrs. Davis

Stacy Harris ... Russ
Phillip Pine ... Larry Starr

A Martinez ... Pancho
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm

Robert 'Buzz' Henry ... Mace
George Robotham ... Man
Ray Galvin ... Logan
Arthur Eisner ... Gym attendant
Sandra Ann Roberts ... Lisa (as Sandra Roberts)

Charlie Picerni ... Boxer in ring (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Figures in a Landscape

10 October 1970
Someone has been making threatening telephone calls to Joe Mannix, and this mysterious person begins to take shots at him, too -- one of which cuts down Joe's friend Barry Nolan, who runs the photography shop across from Joe's office. That incident brings Joe into a chance encounter with renowned magazine photographer Jill Packard, who eventually begins a friendship with him. But Joe begins to suspect that there's more to the threats than someone who just has a grudge against him, when one of the shots nearly hits Jill, too.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Victor French ... Karl Hastings

Loretta Swit ... Jill Packard
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm

Jason Wingreen ... Barry Nolan
Richard Karie ... Police Sergeant
Elaine Fielding ... Illena Hastings

Season 4, Episode 5: The Mouse That Died

17 October 1970
Mannix is hired by the sister of Geoffrey Paradine, a college student who has disappeared. As the episode opens, Mannix is taken off the case because she claims to have found him. Then she admits that although Paradine has contacted her, she believes that her brother is still in trouble. But as he continues to search for Paradine, Mannix starts to have strange hallucinations -- the first symptoms that someone has poisoned Mannix with a slow-acting toxin that will eventually kill him unless an antidote can be found.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Patricia Stich ... Holly Parradine

Hugh Beaumont ... Hammond

Richard Bull ... Professor Edmund Crewson
Douglas Henderson ... Thomas Ferguson
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm

Robert Ito ... Dr. Yoshiro
Ralph James ... Baker

David Westberg ... Geoffrey Parradine
Sean Morgan ... Clerk
Roxanne Albee ... Hazel
Grace Lenard ... Landlady
Toby Richardson ... Finley

Bill Quinn ... Coroner

Season 4, Episode 6: The Lost Art of Dying

24 October 1970
A group of prisoners on death row in a prison near Lawson City stage a takeover, taking as a hostage a guard named Charlie Keefer, who is a friend of Joe Mannix. The prisoners demand that Mannix come to see them, where they tell Mannix that one of their number, Carl Dancik, is innocent, and that they want Mannix to re-open his case. Dancik was convicted of the murder of an old girlfriend, but claims he was framed for the crime. With only a few days to turn something up, Mannix turns to another old friend in Lawson City, award-winning newspaperman Frank McGill, to see if anything can be found to help Dancik -- and free his friend Charlie.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Alex Dreier ... Frank McGill
Ramon Bieri ... Earl Weldon
Richard Van Vleet ... Carl Dancik
Julie Parrish ... Ruth Dancik

Val Avery ... Harry Ruxton

Judith McConnell ... Verna

Russ Conway ... Warren Henshaw
William Wintersole ... Jerry Hagen
Roy Engel ... Customer
Miguel Ángel Landa ... Hernandez
Paul Sorensen ... Charlie Keefer
Harry Caesar ... Inmate (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: The Other Game in Town

31 October 1970
Victor Brady, a leader in the electronics business, runs up a gambling debt of nearly $250,000 to a Las Vegas casino. Brady's private plane disappears from the radar on its way back to Los Angeles, but after his memorial service, his widow hires Joe Mannix to look for him, claiming that her husband is still alive and contacting her for help in raising the money to pay the casino. His investigation leads Mannix to that casino and the assorted people who work for it and who knew Victor Brady.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Martine Beswick ... Eve Brady

Leslie Parrish ... Jaycie

Rich Little ... Billy Moss
Alan Bergmann ... Conforti

Don Dubbins ... Chris Allison
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Don Hanmer ... Eddie
Allen Joseph ... Lab Man
Bart La Rue ... Victor Brady

Charlie Picerni ... Pete Ricardo (as Charles Picerni)
Dale Tarter ... Controller
Don Edwards ... Bartender

Season 4, Episode 8: The World Between

7 November 1970
Peggy is shot by a stray bullet when Joe grapples with a gunman who has come to the office to steal evidence from one of Joe's cases. While she recuperates in the hospital, she finds herself strongly attracted to the patient across the hall, who is staying in the hospital under an assumed name. She eventually discovers that he is the seriously ill head of a recently-independent African country -- and that the reason for his being incognito is that his political enemies hope that he will not survive his medical treatment.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Hari Rhodes ... Minji Obuko
Ford Rainey ... Dr. Linkram

Jerry Douglas ... Lt. Mitch Webster

Scottie MacGregor ... Nurse Evans

Maidie Norman ... Aunt Frances
Mark Stewart ... Toby Fair
Virginia Capers ... Mrs. Frost
Albert Popwell ... Kenoto
Lillian Randolph ... Mrs. Harmon
Gil Perkins ... Tom Smith
Lisa Moore ... Nurse Fubata

Chuck Hicks ... Morgan
Sheila Leighton ... Norma (as Jocelyne Peters)
Mary Ann Beck ... Receptionist
Marco López ... Delivery Person (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: Sunburst

14 November 1970
Mannix is on his way to go fishing in the desert when he stops at a roadside diner for gas and a check of his engine. While having a cup of coffee, he discovers that the couple who run the diner are being held hostage by three men. Mannix manages to reach the authorities -- but the mystery deepens when the couple claim to know nothing of their supposed kidnapping.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair (credit only)
Patricia Quinn ... Dana Simmons (as Pat Quinn)

Paul Carr ... Ben Simmons
Barry Atwater ... Clint Peterson

Kenneth Tobey ... Sheriff Wells

Brad Dexter ... John Romano

Ross Hagen ... Croaker
Warren Vanders ... Mel

Michael Bell ... Larry
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Walker Edmiston ... Dale Perry
Keith Walker ... Announcer
Francisco Ortega ... Deputy
Jerry Fitzpatrick ... Patrolman
James W. Gavin ... Gorham (as James Gavin)

Season 4, Episode 10: To Cage a Seagull

21 November 1970
Joe Mannix is about to go on a golf date with his friend Pete Pinelli, a helicopter traffic reporter for a local radio station, when he receives word that Pinelli's copter has crashed in a remote area of Los Angeles County. Mannix uncovers a witness who saw a light plane in the area just before the crash, and becomes convinced that Pinelli was murdered because he saw something that he wasn't supposed to see -- a conclusion that's bolstered when the pilot of the light plane appears to have been murdered as well.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Norman Alden ... Travers

Michael Vandever ... Leonard Brix

Ben Cooper ... Frank
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm

Peggy Walton-Walker ... Bonnie (as Peggy Walton)

Byron Morrow ... Hartigan
Grace Albertson ... Professor Elaine Resnick
Jim Hicklin ... Pete Panelli

Chick Chandler ... Antrim Scott

Alex Gerry ... Slatoff
Jerry Hausner ... Rudy
Keith Walker ... Newscaster

Lev Mailer ... Kopell (as Ralph Maurer)
Jeff Davis ... Judd Goerner
Sid Grossfeld ... Dispatcher
Byron Mabe ... Olin
Carolyn Ferguson ... Usherette
Richard Karie ... Nick

William 'Billy' Benedict ... Popcorn Vendor
Eddie Garrett ... Reporter (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 11: Bang, Bang, You're Dead

28 November 1970
While playing in an abandoned movie theatre, a nine year-old girl observes three men watching a film and overhears them apparently plotting to kill someone. The girl's mother takes her to see Joe Mannix, who is initially skeptical because the girl sometimes seems to confuse reality and fantasy. But Mannix starts to believe her story when an attempt is made on the girl's life.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Patti Cohoon-Friedman ... Dottie McNeill (as Patti Cohoon)
Lloyd Battista ... Chris

Larry Linville ... Lieutenant George Kramer (as Lawrence Linville)
Pat Renella ... Earl Bannon
Karen Arthur ... Samantha Moore
Loretta Leversee ... Helen McNeill

Kelly Thordsen ... Mickey

Harry Harvey ... Garrison
Bennett Roberts ... First boy
Arline Anderson ... Mrs. Michaels
Sharon Cintron ... Miss Parks
George Sawaya ... Steve
Fred Krone ... Pete
Cindy Henderson ... Girl

Season 4, Episode 12: Deja Vu

12 December 1970
A young woman visits Joe Mannix at his office with a strange story of having had a dream in which he was killed. Mannix reassures her that he doesn't see any danger, and suggests that she dreamed about him because his capturing a blackmailer was recently covered in the newspaper. But Mannix begins to have second thoughts about dismissing her story when the details of her prediction come true.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Brenda Scott ... Kathy Warren

Kim Hunter ... Angela Warren
Morgan Sterne ... Jim Bannerman

Paul Stewart ... Dr. Halder
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm

Sid Haig ... Harry Kellaway
Howard Dayton ... Jerry

Herman Poppe ... Patrol Officer
Ray Galvin ... Repairman
Manuel Sandoval ... Small boy

Season 4, Episode 13: Duet for Three

19 December 1970
Joe Mannix is hired by Ellen Gray, whose husband committed suicide in Hong Kong shortly after confessing that he was apparently in over his head in some shady business dealings. When Ellen returns to Los Angeles, however, she finds herself being shadowed by some mysterious men who also had followed her in Hong Kong -- and whom she fears now may be trying to kill her.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Katherine Justice ... Ellen Gray

Robert Colbert ... Vic Stanley

Robert Reed ... Lieutenant Adam Tobias

Gloria Grahame ... Mae Darling

John Considine ... Mart Gray

Johnny Silver ... Cab Driver
Harold Fong ... Vendor
Liam Dunn ... Motel Manager
Terence Pushman ... Dance Assistant
Sarah Lord ... Nurse

Season 4, Episode 14: Round Trip to Nowhere

2 January 1971
A client named George Hewitt hires Joe Mannix to help find a man whom Hewitt claims has been harassing his wife, such as by accosting her in a taxicab in Chicago. Hewitt then speeds off from their meeting and is killed in a car chase with another vehicle. Mannix tries to discuss Hewitt's concerns with his widow only to find that she denies many of the things Hewitt had told Mannix -- such as never having been in Chicago, and not recognizing the man from a photograph.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Tim O'Connor ... Albert Tucker

Susan Howard ... Amanda Hewitt

Jerry Douglas ... Lt. Mitch Webster

Larry Pennell ... Agent Barnes

Kevin Hagen ... Alan Guthrie

Stuart Nisbet ... Tom West
Tol Avery ... Slade

Douglas Dick ... George Hewitt

Crane Jackson ... Grimmon
Jack English ... Technician
Lisabeth Field ... Attendant
Kent Jarvis ... Deputy Sheriff

Season 4, Episode 15: What Happened to Sunday?

9 January 1971
After leaping from a bridge to escape two hoodlums who were trying to run him down, Joe Mannix awakens in a hospital on a Monday morning with no memory of the previous 24 hours. With Peggy's help, and a few clues from items in his possession when he was found, Mannix begins to reconstruct the missing Sunday as fragments of his memories return -- including time spent with a beautiful redhead, and the image of a young woman falling from a high place.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Katherine Woodville ... Vera Rawlins (as Kate Woodville)
Milton Selzer ... Lt. Maury Strauss

J. Pat O'Malley ... Bartender

Fred Beir ... J. Lester Vail

Francine York ... Gloria James Chandler
Georgine Darcy ... Billie
Vince Howard ... Doctor

Joe E. Tata ... Gas Station Attendant
Todd Mason ... Parking Attendant
Larry Watson ... Gerber
Patty Elder ... Blonde
Ralph Montgomery ... Old man
Don Edwards ... Heavy

Season 4, Episode 16: The Judas Touch

16 January 1971
The police chief in a small town 100 miles north of Los Angeles asks Joe Mannix to come to the town to assist him. Another old friend of Joe's, Paul Parrish, whom Joe convinced the chief to hire after Parrish had been in prison for a crime he didn't commit, is now suspected of killing his former cell mate from San Quentin and stealing $150,000 in cash that the cell mate had hidden before going to prison.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Robert Lansing ... Chief Carl Yaring
Brenda Benet ... Helen Parish

Ruth Roman ... Victoria Parrish

James Wainwright ... Thomas Chasmin

Don Eitner ... Frank Walker
Robert Ritchie ... Paul Parish
Wayne Heffley ... Man
Linda Chandler ... Coronet Girl
Dennis McCarthy ... Doctor

Season 4, Episode 17: With Intent to Kill

23 January 1971
Tough L.A. police Lt. Ira Deegan is warned off the investigation of a heist that netted $85,000 -- a threat that seems to have come true when his garage is blown up, although no one is hurt. Then Joe Mannix begins investigating the theft, which he claims is for the $8,500 recovery fee offered by the insurance company that would have to pay off on the theft. But Mannix' client is actually someone who is worried about Deegan's safety -- namely, his wife.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Dane Clark ... Lt. Ira Deegan
Joan Hotchkis ... Evelyn Deegan

Woodrow Parfrey ... Pete Fender

Lee Stanley ... Larry Wallach
Philip Kenneally ... George Dedlos

Melendy Britt ... Danielle
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Lucy Saroyan ... Jill Wallace
Alexander Keefe ... Desk Clerk
Betty Anne Rees ... Cora Hayden
Janet Brandt ... Motel Manager
Robert Williams ... Hotel Manager (as Robert B. Williams)
Critt Davis ... Ambulance Attendant

Season 4, Episode 18: The Crime That Wasn't

30 January 1971
A young boy named Dennis Coverly comes to Joe Mannix and tries to hire him. The boy says his parents have been arguing about whether to go to the police about something that happened the previous Saturday night when they were at a restaurant celebrating their anniversary. Mannix visits the boy's parents and is assured that nothing is wrong -- but Mannix starts to have second thoughts when he notices a former felon watching their house, and shortly thereafter someone tries to kill Mannix when he visits the restaurant.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Robert Reed ... Lt. Adam Tobias
Rosemary DeCamp ... Mrs. Henry
Jacqueline Susann ... Clare Bowman
Vincent Beck ... Kevin Archer

Dewey Martin ... Sherwin Caine
Charles Bateman ... George Bowman

Robert Hogan ... Donald Coverly
Ellen Weston ... Nora Coverly

Mary Charlotte Wilcox ... Dorothy Henry (as Mary Wilcox)
Maurice Marsac ... Etienne
Philip Frame ... Dennis Coverly
Ric Roman ... Al Borden
Larry Watson ... Jim Salvage
Craig Chudy ... Smitty

Robert 'Buzz' Henry ... Second Hood (as Buzz Henry)

Season 4, Episode 19: A Gathering of Ghosts

6 February 1971
Mannix travels to a western ghost town in response to an urgent telegram, only to learn that he's been lured there by four surviving members of his undefeated college football team, along with two of their wives, for an impromptu reunion. But then one of their number is killed, and Mannix discovers that their means of leaving the town has been sabotaged, too -- meaning that someone, perhaps the absent member of the team, intends to kill them all.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Diana Muldaur ... Leslie Carlson

Charles Aidman ... Alex
Jason Evers ... Ross

Marj Dusay ... Diana

Alan Oppenheimer ... Dr. Hal Lusk

Robert Webber ... Tom Carlson

Season 4, Episode 20: A Day Filled with Shadows

13 February 1971
Joe Mannix is hired by a secretive businessman named Alton K. Moore, who wants Mannix to look for his son Cal, a basketball player at U.C.L.A. who has been missing for several days. Although the case takes Mannix back to his alma mater, he has his doubts about Moore, who insists on meeting in remote places instead of at his office. His concerns about the elder Moore -- and the serious trouble that Cal may be in -- begin to seem justified when several thugs begin shadowing Mannix during his search.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

John Colicos ... Alton K. Moore

Tiffany Bolling ... Ann Collier

Robert Reed ... Lt. Adam Tobias

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar ... Jeff (as Lewis Alcindor)
Gail Goodrich ... Tim
Sam Chew Jr. ... Cal Moore

Bing Russell ... Pete Sangree (as Neil Russell)
Arline Anderson ... Harriet
Glenn R. Wilder ... Harry (as Glen Wilder)
Fred Krone ... Sid

Chuck Hicks ... Leo

Charlie Picerni ... Stan
Tom McDonough ... Wallace Schneider

Season 4, Episode 21: Voice in the Dark

20 February 1971
Mannix is summoned to the apartment of Dorothy Kinman, a former Olympic-class diver who was rendered a paraplegic in an auto accident. Besides being reluctant ever to leave her apartment, Ms. Kinman claims that a man keeps telephoning her with death threats. But although he's initially concerned for her safety, Mannix begins to suspect that the threatening phone calls may just be an illusion -- or a hoax -- on Ms. Kinman's part.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Carol Lynley ... Dorothy Kinman

Robert Reed ... Lt. Adam Tobias

Paul Picerni ... Roger Stack
Paul Bertoya ... Tony

Jim Antonio ... John Deemer

Byron Morrow ... George Kinman
Ray Ballard ... Kobin

Sondra Currie ... Miss Crawford
Patricia Winters ... Grace Kinman
Don Edwards ... Officer Dexter
Janaire ... Receptionist
Jim Dixon ... Officer Stone
Robert Saxon ... Doctor

Season 4, Episode 22: The Color of Murder

27 February 1971
A somewhat ditsy heiress named Cindy Conrad comes by Mannix' office one evening, complaining that a mysterious woman has been phoning her to offer important information about the death of Conrad's father several years before. Mannix correctly guesses that the caller wants a large sum of money to provide the information. He tries to convince Conrad to ignore the calls -- but he begins to believe that something is wrong when someone takes a shot at them as he is escorting Conrad to her car.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Diane Keaton ... Cindy Conrad
Karen Ericson ... Thelma Wilkins (as Karen Huston)
John McLiam ... Frank Blaney
John Lupton ... R.B. Thompson
Thomas A. Geas ... Sweater (as Tom Geas)
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm

Virginia Gregg ... Jenny Loman
James McCallion ... Sam
Pepper Martin ... Herb Roebuck

David Westberg ... Roger
Jo de Winter ... Miss Dee (as Jo De Winter)
Johnny Haymer ... Jerry

John Sebastian ... Vegas Thug

Bill Baldwin ... Announcer
Shirley O'Hara ... Martha
Guy Way ... First Hood
Anthony Redondo ... Otto Conrad

Ron Nyman ... Second Hood (uncredited)
Hank Robinson ... Observer Outside Club (uncredited)
Sammy Shack ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 23: Shadow Play

6 March 1971
Joe Mannix receives an urgent letter from a woman named Lynn Sargent asking him to fly to Arizona. She meets him at the airport and hands him a check for $1,000 and a small sealed package, telling him the money is his fee to take the package to the Los Angeles Police Department. Just as she does so, two men try to take the package, but Mannix manages to retain it after a scuffle. But the mystery deepens when the package turns out to contain nothing but blank sheets of paper -- and the police chief in the town tells Mannix that Lynn Sargent died a month earlier in a hit-and-run accident.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

John Vernon ... Chief Belden

Julie Gregg ... Janet Kirby
Jan Murray ... Tony Sargent

Paul Mantee ... Blake

Sam Edwards ... Prescott
Lew Brown ... Sgt. Lynch
Dick Cangey ... Tyson
Bert Kramer ... Landry
Larry Watson ... Blaine

Season 4, Episode 24: Overkill

13 March 1971
A serial killer who calls himself "Overkill" has been terrorizing Los Angeles, and the most recent victim was "Red" Bailey, an old friend of Joe Mannix. But as Mannix and the police look into Bailey's killing, they learn that Bailey was investigating the Overkill case on his own -- and may have discovered that at least one of the killings attributed to Overkill was a copycat murder that someone wanted to be blamed on Overkill.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Jeff Corey ... Paul Sorenson

Lawrence Dane ... Lassiter
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm

Marc Lawrence ... Ty Webber
Jay Robinson ... Overkill
Carol Bagdasarian ... Nancy
Jack Bannon ... Caldwell
Linda Chandler ... Custodian

John Dennis ... Colson
Keith Walker ... Smith
Tony Giorgio ... Sanford

Michael Masters ... Williams

Victor Izay ... Janney
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Red Bailey
Al Roberts ... Officer

Season 5

Season 5, Episode 1: Dark So Early, Dark So Long

15 September 1971
Joe Mannix is asked by his old friend, Mildred Oliver, to look into the circumstances of her daughter Leslie, who has become an alcoholic and has been acting strangely lately. In the middle of his investigation, Leslie becomes a suspect in the murder of an unemployed trumpet player, who appears to have been blackmailing Leslie and receiving payoffs - which gives her the perfect motive to have killed him.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Rosemary Forsyth ... Leslie Fielding
Guy Stockwell ... Glen Fielding
Josephine Hutchinson ... Mildred Oliver

Robert Reed ... Lt. Adam Tobias

Sam Melville ... John Ogilvy
Bill Walker ... Bartender

Alan Caillou ... Derek
Arline Anderson ... Mrs. Allen
K.T. Stevens ... Sister Angelica

Season 5, Episode 2: Cold Trail

22 September 1971
Joe Mannix is on a ski vacation to the Sierras where be becomes acquainted with two young women, Barbara and Marie. Barbara disappears on the slopes, and is later found dead after an apparent ski accident. But then Mannix learns that Barbara and Marie had switched ski outfits, making it easy to confuse one for the other on the ski runs. He begins to suspect that Barbara's death may have been to cover up an attempt on Marie's life, or an attempt to kidnap Marie -- especially when someone tries to kill him as well.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Heidi Vaughn ... Marie Fenlon

George Voskovec ... Niles

Patricia Medina ... Mrs. Corot

Paul Mantee ... Frank Viola
Nicholas Cortland ... Gilbert Douglas
Gregory Morton ... Prof. Brooks Fenlon

Len Wayland ... Chief Wedlow
Bert Kramer ... Boyle
Tom Stewart ... Dr. Norman Wellesley
Patty Elder ... Barbara
William H. Burton Jr. ... Harker (as Bill Burton)
Bob Orrison ... Kalish
Steven Benson ... Waiter (uncredited)
Jack Clinton ... Agent (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: A Step in Time

29 September 1971
Mannix is jogging on a beach near an isolated point of land overlooked by a large house when he witnesses a woman being dragged inside the house by two rough-looking characters. He has a neighbor call the police, and when the sheriff's deputy arrives, Mannix describes the two men and the woman he saw being attacked. He is startled, however, when the deputy tells him that his description of the crime and of the three participants perfectly matches the murder of a woman in that house - except that it happened a year before.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Dean Stockwell ... Chris Townsend

Shelley Fabares ... Gwen Townsend
Hildy Brooks ... Charlotte Benson
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Laurence Haddon ... Ted Hanlon
Grace Albertson ... Dr. Lucas
Neil Russell ... Sheriff
Kreag Caffey ... First Hippie
Henry Olek ... Second Hippie
Todd Mason ... Doctor
Joe Hooker ... Moe Mingo

Season 5, Episode 4: Wine from These Grapes

6 October 1971
Joe Mannix once again returns to his hometown in California's Central Valley, this time to assist Armenian attorney Leo Kolligan in defending Juan Esparza, a farmworker accused of murder. Esparza is a labor organizer who organized picketing against Charlie Apellini, the owner of the vineyard where the victim worked. In between stints of working on the case, Joe finds time to reconnect with his father, Stefan -- who is much more accepting of Joe and his chosen profession than he was during Joe's visit two years before.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Victor Jory ... Stefan Mannix

Anthony Caruso ... Charlie Apellini
Frank Ramírez ... Juan Esparza

Perry Lopez ... Sheriff Cisco Madeiros
Fabian Gregory ... Jose Alonzo
James Daris ... Harry Nelson

Francine York ... Helen Apellini
Booth Colman ... Leo Kolligian

Marion Ross ... Jean Broderick
Glenn R. Wilder ... Stan
Todd Mason ... Doctor

Migdia Chinea ... Maria Alonzo (as Migdia Varela)
Larry Watson ... Morton

Hal Needham ... Arnie

Season 5, Episode 5: Woman in the Shadows

13 October 1971
Joe Mannix is approached one evening by a woman named Lisa Ralph, who says that she believes someone may be trying to kill her, possibly because she has a valuable manuscript that she inherited from her late father. Mannix agrees to help her, but begins to have his doubts about her when she first disappears from his office, and then later leaves him at a restaurant without explanation.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Eric Braeden ... Viktor Gruniev

Robert Reed ... Lt. Adam Tobias
Ina Balin ... Julia Stefan / Lisa Ralph

Jim Antonio ... Don Ralph
Richard Karie ... Theodore (as Dick Karie)
Dale Tarter ... Interviewer
Alan Gibbs ... Pablo
Tom McDonough ... Bartender
Fred Waugh ... Taxi Driver (as Fred M. Waugh)
Shelley Snell ... Eric

Season 5, Episode 6: Days Beyond Recall

20 October 1971
A woman hires Joe Mannix to find her missing brother, whom she says is an alcoholic living on skid row. Mannix locates the man, but finds that he is not the woman's brother -- although he is the target of several hoods who want to kill him. As he pursues the case, Mannix learns that the man may actually be an investigative journalist who was on the verge of breaking a major story when he disappeared under mysterious circumstances.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Vic Morrow ... Eric Latimer
Elizabeth Allen ... Westy Westcott
Douglas Henderson ... Philip Crane
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Don McGovern ... Rennick

Geoffrey Lewis ... Ernest

Mike Mazurki ... Kony
Liam Dunn ... Brock
Peter Hobbs ... Ollie Packer
Karl Lukas ... Bartender

Alex Gerry ... Dr. Brendan

Johnny Silver ... Stacey

Bill Quinn ... Doctor
Shirley O'Hara ... Mission Worker

Anitra Ford ... Chris
Ralph Montgomery ... Old Bum
Sean Morgan ... Clerk
Mark Russell ... Orderly (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 7: Run Till Dark

27 October 1971
A group of boys who play baseball together hire Joe Mannix to look for their coach, who has gone missing shortly before an important game. Mannix discovers that the man was actually an ex-con who changed his name as soon as he was released, and failed to keep even one appointment with his parole officer. Mannix begins to believe that the man's disappearance may be explained by the number of other criminals who seem determined to locate him -- possibly to silence him for good.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Jonathan Goldsmith ... Lee Thomas (as Jonathan Lippe)

Charlotte Stewart ... Barbara Joyce

Val Avery ... Mel Cooley

J. Pat O'Malley ... Mr. Bryant
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm

Woodrow Parfrey ... Willie Small

Bobby Riha ... Steve Brewster

Val Bisoglio ... Charlie Larrabee

Scottie MacGregor ... Nurse

Jason Wingreen ... Harry Osborn

Byron Morrow ... Warden
Vince Howard ... Dr. Jackson

Gary Dubin ... Mark

Frank Farmer ... Marman
George Sawaya ... Lew
Craig Chudy ... Marv

Season 5, Episode 8: The Glass Trap

3 November 1971
Joe Mannix and Peggy go to a nightclub intending to listen to a young guitarist, where Peggy recognizes a fugitive criminal named Brastow. Joe manages to recapture Brastow, who is to be extradited to New York to face charges of murdering a police officer. Brastow is to be escorted by an old acquaintance of Joe's named Ross Santini, now a New York detective. But Joe becomes puzzled by several attempts on his life by men he believes to be working for Brastow, and concerned about his friend Santini's increasingly odd behavior.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Robert Foxworth ... Ross Santini

Robert Reed ... Lt. Adam Tobias

H.M. Wynant ... Tom Wall
Doreen Lang ... Mrs. Colton

Maidie Norman ... Helen Frank
Stacy Keach Sr. ... Charles Colton
Julia Paul ... Mary Santini (Real) (as Jillian Paul)
Frank Christi ... Eric Brastow

Charlie Picerni ... Harris (as Charles Picerni)

Stacy Harris ... Wilton
Dennis McCarthy ... Doctor
Deidre Daniels ... Mary Santini (Imposter) (as Deirdre Daniels)
James W. Gavin ... Pilot (as James Gavin)
Bill Couch ... Policeman (as William J. Couch)
Dick Geary ... Foster (as Richard Geary)

Tony Brubaker ... Flagman

Season 5, Episode 9: A Choice of Evils

10 November 1971
On a rainy day in Los Angeles, Joe Mannix' secretary Peggy is kidnapped by two men on the instructions of crime boss Lawrence Powers. Powers has the two men hold Peggy to force Mannix to investigate which of his three closest associates is acting as a stool pigeon. Mannix only has 72 hours to learn this information -- or Peggy's life will be forfeited.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Stephen McNally ... Lawrence Powers

Georg Stanford Brown ... Sam Thomas

Robert Colbert ... John Phillips

Paul Carr ... Max
Noah Keen ... Stephen Greer
Philip Kenneally ... Neil Riggs
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm

Maidie Norman ... Mrs. Frost
Mark Stewart ... Toby Fair

Ron Nyman ... Officer
Todd Mason ... Doctor
Harold Jones ... Policeman

Season 5, Episode 10: A Button for General D.

17 November 1971
Joe Mannix is summoned to a scene where an old friend of his, Monte Dawes, has killed one man and is holding a young woman, Cindy Warren, hostage. His friend is killed, and Mannix manages to overhear his dying words, which seem to make no sense - something about a "button" and a "General D." With the help of Cindy Warren, to whom Mannix feels an increasing attraction, he tries to puzzle out why Dawes ended up dying as he did - and why several hoods seem to be interested in him and Miss Warren.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Joanna Pettet ... Cindy Warren

David Sheiner ... Sanford
Irene Tedrow ... Sara Dawes

Ross Hagen ... Krebs
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Hal Lynch ... Monty Dawes

Jack Donner ... Norton
Glorya Lord ... Woman (as Gloria Lord)
Bill Striglos ... Robbie
Jean Olsen ... Waitress

Season 5, Episode 11: The Man Outside

24 November 1971
Late one night, Joe Mannix is surprised by Gen. Alec Holt, his former commanding officer in Korea, now a good friend and vice-president of Coronet Electronics. He tells Mannix that he is being blackmailed by a photographer who has pictures of him in a compromising position, and gives Mannix $10,000 to buy the film. Mannix makes the exchange but then is jumped by two thugs. Although he manages to escape, a return visit from the two thugs and Gen. Holt's refusal to explain why the two men want the film leads Mannix to believe that the case involves more than evidence of an extramarital affair.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Andrew Duggan ... General Alec Holt

Coleen Gray ... Liz Holt

Kathie Browne ... Carol Barr
Tom Drake ... Paul Glydor

Roy Jenson ... First Man (as Roy C. Jenson)
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Lenore Kasdorf ... Michelle

Harry Harvey ... Doctor (as Harry Harvey Sr.)

Ed Lauter ... Sergeant

Michael Masters ... Second Man
Jean Olsen ... Policewoman

Season 5, Episode 12: Murder Times Three

1 December 1971
While visiting a rural property to investigate a case, Mannix is attacked by two bikers and nearly killed. He concludes that someone wants to scare him off of one of the three cases he is currently working on - wealthy parents who are searching for their missing daughter; an embezzlement case for a fellow private detective named Dan Brockway; and a threatening telephone call received by a young couple. But as soon as Mannix decides to figure out which case prompted the warning, he learns that he has been fired from all three cases at the same time.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Pippa Scott ... Barbara Brockway

Daniel J. Travanti ... Tom Stabler (as Dan Travanty)

Gene Evans ... Dan Brockway
Joe Maross ... Jason Barden
Pamela Payton-Wright ... Lisa Stabler
Alan Bergmann ... Alan Boone
Patricia Mattick ... Joyce Barden
Robert Reiser ... Pete Rivers
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
B.J. Mason ... Alex Rainey
Ann Summers ... Elaine Barden
Tol Avery ... Max Grossman
Jeff Morris ... Grove

Lee de Broux ... Teal

Season 5, Episode 13: Catspaw

8 December 1971
Tip Ellis, a fellow private investigator and friend of Joe Mannix, is murdered while looking into a case of industrial espionage in Fresno. Mannix travels to Fresno to pay his respects, and also to look into the case his late friend was handling. In the meantime, a letter postmarked from Fresno arrives at Mannix' office -- possibly an effort by Tip Ellis to pass along information about the case to Mannix. That letter begins to take on great importance when someone takes extraordinary measures to steal the letter from Mannix' safe before he can read it.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Peter Donat ... Edwin Mansfield
Armando Silvestre ... Sgt. Juan Rivas
Vincent Beck ... Frankie West
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm

Woodrow Parfrey ... Willy ('Marty Davis')

Vic Tayback ... Miles Stark
Joseph V. Perry ... Eddie Mixus (as Joseph Perry)
Mark Stewart ... Toby Fair
Eugene Peterson ... Maxwell
Joanna Phillips ... Diana Devore
Robert Boon ... Prison Optometrist
Paul Sorensen ... Manager

Allison McKay ... Librarian
Allen Joseph ... Dr. Jenkins
Laura Rose ... Telephone Operator
Stack Pierce ... Tom
Larry Watson ... Kelso
Jean Le Bouvier ... Margaret Ellis
Walt Davis ... First Officer
Mike Howden ... Plainclothesman
Jean Olsen ... Policewoman

Frank Bonner ... Hypnotized man (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 14: To Save a Dead Man

15 December 1971
A dying man stumbles into a church and tells a young nun that he was responsible for sending an innocent man to prison. Her parish priest asks Joe Mannix, an old friend, to find out who the dead man was referring to. Mannix discovers that the dead man was a witness in a murder trial several years before -- but the man in prison, and his former attorney, steadfastly insist he was guilty. Mannix reluctantly begins to accept this, too -- until several attempts are made to convince him to stop investigating the case.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Jeremy Slate ... Ted Kilgore

Brooke Bundy ... Sister Meg Costello

Arthur Franz ... Father Vale
Robert Mandan ... Ed Noble
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm

Leonard Stone ... Lyle Grandt

Melendy Britt ... Adrianne Linholm
Maggie Malooly ... Kay Kilgore (Real)
Barbara Baldavin ... Kay Kilgore (Imposter)
Emily Banks ... Alyce Taggart
James McCallion ... Al Murphy

Adam Williams ... Prosecutor
Peter Brocco ... C.W. Taggart
Martin Ashe ... Dr. Lamson

Ron Nyman ... Officer
Richard Karie ... Pilot

Season 5, Episode 15: Nightshade

29 December 1971
Fellow private investigator Charlie Frome is killed by a hit-and-run driver, apparently while working on a case, and Joe Mannix decides to see if he can determine why Frome was murdered. He learns that Frome was working for television star Danny Brite, but Brite claims he hired Frome only to look for a former acquaintance. Based on evidence found in Charlie Frome's apartment, however, Mannix concludes that Frome's investigation involved a soldier in Vietnam who has gone missing in action -- and possibly someone who is blackmailing Danny Brite.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Milton Berle ... Danny Brite

Jesse White ... Sam Westlake
Nancy Burnett ... Ella Holland (as Mary Nancy Burnett)
Patricia McAneny ... Ceil Porter
Joseph Reale ... Joey Brite
Frank Hotchkiss ... Greg Westlake
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm

Tom Hallick ... Stan Holland
Jack Denbo ... Maitre D'Hotel

Ron Nyman ... Policeman

Charlie Picerni ... Charlie Frome (as Charles Picerni)
Paul King ... Houseman

Season 5, Episode 16: Babe in the Woods

5 January 1972
A maverick computer genius named Bobby Quinn is gunned down by a sniper while playing golf with his employer, Lawrence Martin, the head of a large conglomerate. Martin hires Mannix to find the plans for a revolutionary computer that Quinn designed that will be the size of a briefcase. What Martin doesn't tell Mannix is that he knows Quinn also left behind a letter with the plans that has damaging information against Martin -- and that Martin has taken steps to ensure that Mannix will never read the letter even if he locates the plans.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Melodie Johnson ... Sharon Carter
Paul Stevens ... Lawrence Martin

Nita Talbot ... Joan Martin
William Mims ... Sheriff
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Judson Pratt ... Director of Gun Club (as Judd Pratt)
Nora Marlowe ... Manager

Ed Begley Jr. ... Attendant
John Gilgreen ... Banker
Yolanda Veloz ... Woman Attendant

Hampton Fancher ... Carl Loder (uncredited)
James Luisi ... Bobby Quinn (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 17: The Sound of Murder

12 January 1972
Mannix is hired by a woman from Cleveland named Marcia Inman to locate her missing husband. Mannix investigates her husband's business contacts and follows a man matching his description after the man leaves what appears to be his mistress' apartment. But when the man Mannix followed ends up dead, Mrs. Inman claims that the dead man was not her missing husband.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Madlyn Rhue ... Marcia Inman

Jane Merrow ... Clarissa Colburn

Jon Cypher ... Phillip Lomax
Jack Ging ... Lt. Dan Ives
Byron Webster ... Grant Bailey
Jack Garner ... First Security Guard

Bartlett Robinson ... Alfred Price
Michael Griswold ... Second Security Guard
Paul Hahn ... Doctor
Todd Mason ... Detective
Alexander Keefe ... Mr. Jorgenssen

Ron Masak ... Barry Gates (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 18: Moving Target

19 January 1972
Someone tries to kill Ken Mitchell, the head of a toy-making firm. Not wanting a violent incident to be associated with a toy business, Mitchell instead hires Joe Mannix to find out who might have tried to kill him. Suspicion soon falls upon Mitchell's "silent partner," Paul Anders, but Mannix' investigation is stymied when it first appears that Anders may have committed suicide . . . or may never have existed.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Charles Aidman ... Ken Mitchell

Jessica Walter ... Althea Blake
Art Buchwald ... Carter
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Lucille Benson ... Ida
Jock Livingston ... Harvey Nelson
Bard Stevens ... Lieutenant Gordon
Barbara Shannon ... Maid
Glenn R. Wilder ... Paul Anders
Mark Russell ... Plainclothesman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 19: Cry Pigeon

26 January 1972
Tom Fortune, the rising young scion of a mobster family, tries to hire Mannix to shadow his wife, whom he suspects of being unfaithful, when Fortune is gunned down. Fortune's family members, especially his father, suspect that Mannix set up Tom for the ambush -- suspicions that are enhanced when Tom Fortune's widow is spotted leaving Mannix' office.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Barry Sullivan ... Victor Fortune

Corinne Camacho ... Maria Fortune

Joseph Hindy ... Mark Fortune

John Colicos ... Duke Benedict
Pat Renella ... Braden
Richard Devon ... Lee Martisse
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm

Tony Young ... Tom Fortune

Ron Nyman ... Chauffeur

Season 5, Episode 20: A Walk in the Shadows

9 February 1972
A man named Tom Farnon suspects his wife of having an affair, and follows her to his boat where she is to meet her lover. But a shot rings out, the other man flees, the boat explodes, and Farnon finds himself a suspect in her murder. Farnon approaches Joe Mannix and asks Mannix to learn the identity of the man she met. The best lead Mannix has is Phil Rand, another private investigator who once worked for Farnon -- but Rand insists that Mrs. Farnon never had an affair.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Ed Flanders ... Tom Farnon

Robert Colbert ... Carl Blake
Lonny Chapman ... Phil Rand

Jeanne Cooper ... Emma Rand

Mary Charlotte Wilcox ... Ellen Jeffers (as Mary Wilcox)
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Patrecia Wynand ... Linda Farnon
Dean Harens ... Alan Preston
Eric Mason ... Ed Cole
Keith Walker ... Barney
Larry Watson ... First Policeman

Season 5, Episode 21: Lifeline

16 February 1972
Vince Logan is a talented singer who is also a friend of Peggy's. One night while he and Peggy are in a nightclub, Logan is approached by a police officer about what appears to be a minor property damage claim. Logan responds by taking a gun and barricading himself in a warehouse, where he eventually is shot trying to flee. As Logan fights for his life, Joe Mannix decides to try to find out why Logan was so reluctant to cooperate with the police even about a routine matter.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Lou Rawls ... Vance Logan

William Marshall ... Bolo (as Wiliam Marshall)
Jack Ging ... Lt. Dan Ives
Ta-Tanisha ... Gloria Logan
Florence St. Peter ... Juanita Logan
Davis Roberts ... Doc Jones
Kip King ... Dr. Kelly
Dallas Mitchell ... Detective Wharton
Todd Mason ... Policeman

Ron Nyman ... Detective

Season 5, Episode 22: To Draw the Lightning

23 February 1972
Police Lt. Larry Gifford follows a tip leading him to a warehouse, where he surprises a man apparently committing a burglary. After an exchange of gunfire, Gifford discovers that the man he killed is Danny Constantine, who once killed Gifford's partner but was released on a technicality. Facing possible dismissal from the police force, or even murder charges, Gifford hires Joe Mannix to try to find information that will clear his name.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Steve Ihnat ... Lt. Larry Gifford
Joan Hotchkis ... Irene Gifford

Fred Beir ... Alan Deedrich
Julie Parrish ... Ellen Frazier
Victor Millan ... Lt. Ramon Mendez
Eddie Firestone ... Archie Preston

J. Pat O'Malley ... Lou Weldman

Michael Bell ... Bob Greer
Norman Stuart ... Landlord
Barbara Barnett ... Girl Student
Regis Parton ... Instructor (as Reggie Parton)

Charlie Picerni ... Danny Constantine (as Charles Picerni)
George Dunn ... Customer

Season 5, Episode 23: Scapegoat

1 March 1972
Joe Mannix is called to the office of an air freight company and asked to investigate some cargo thefts, unaware that this is a ruse to allow the operators of the company to substitute a double in his place. When Mannix then tries to leave on a confidential trip to London, he is kidnapped by the men from the air freight company and taken to a remote old west ghost town - while the impostor takes his place on the mission to London.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

John Vernon ... James Dexter
Lane Bradbury ... Karin Gundersen

Paul Fix ... Johnny Gundersen

Rex Holman ... Angel
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Ivor Barry ... Duke of Wallingford

Jean Byron ... Helen (as Jeane Byron)

Byron Morrow ... T.D. Simonson

Russ Conway ... Captain Briskin
Dick Ziker ... Mannix imposter
Critt Davis ... Customs Officer
Maureen Leeds ... PA Voice
Troy Melton ... Harvey Grant
Monty O'Grady ... Customs Guard

Season 5, Episode 24: Death Is the Fifth Gear

8 March 1972
Joe Mannix is participating in an auto race when he suddenly begins to experience hallucinations. The resulting crash lands him in a private hospital, where the delusions and paranoia continue. But then a young nurse confides in Mannix that the physician in charge of the facility -- whom Mannix also knew as his friend -- has actually been giving him drugs to keep him in that condition. With her help, Mannix arranges an escape, to learn why he has been victimized in this way.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Mariette Hartley ... Nurse Cara Guild
Jason Evers ... Josh Martin

Elsa Lanchester ... Edna Barrington
Charles Bateman ... Dr. Mel Kenbrook
Eddie Ryder ... Mike Fisher
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Leon Lontoc ... Freddy
Sandy Balson ... Laura

Ron Nyman ... Police Officer

Season 6

Season 6, Episode 1: The Open Web

17 September 1972
Joe Mannix is visited one night by Ken Gordon, a young police officer whose life Mannix once saved. Unfortunately, moments later Gordon takes a bullet meant for Mannix, fired by Victor Roarke, a criminal whom Mannix once helped capture. Roarke is taken into custody, but claims to know the location of a missing judge's body -- but Mannix and Art Malcolm soon discover that Roarke's claim is part of an elaborate attempt at escape and extortion.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair (credit only)

Rip Torn ... Victor Roarke
Eddie Egan ... Lt. Paul Haber
John McLiam ... Fogerty
Maggie Johnson ... Sarah
Morgan Sterne ... Roarke's Attorney
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Rod Arrants ... Ken Gordon
Jimmy Putman ... Chuck
Bruce Watson ... Anderson

Buddy Joe Hooker ... Chase
Philip Chapin ... Roy Webb (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 2: Cry Silence

24 September 1972
A former priest named James Conway comes to see Joe Mannix because he believes someone is trying to kill him. Conway has concluded that a former penitent, who confessed to a murder, believes that his confession is no longer safe because Conway has left the priesthood. Mannix accepts the case, hoping to find the man and convince him that his secret is safe with Conway. But then Mannix is disturbed to find that someone seems to be trying to kill him, too.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Anthony Zerbe ... James Conway

Fay Spain ... Mrs. Welch
Joe Maross ... Ira Welch

Geoffrey Lewis ... Killer

Len Wayland ... Jonathan Morrison
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Stacy Keach Sr. ... Father Frank Lawler

Hersha Parady ... Receptionist (as Hershey Ann Parady)

Kjirstin Youngberg ... Motorcycle girl (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: The Crimson Halo

1 October 1972
Mannix is hired by attorney Noah Otway to find out why someone tried to kill Otway's client, Dr. Graham Aspinall, a renowned surgeon whose specialty is removing tumors that are otherwise believed to be inoperable. Despite the doctor's denials that anyone has a motive to kill him, Mannix comes to believe otherwise when he barely saves Aspinall from a second attempt on his life. And Mannix discovers that there are several people who might have a motive to kill Dr. Aspinall -- including the second-in-command at his medical institute; the boyfriend of one of Aspinall's research assistants; and even his wife.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Joseph Campanella ... Dr. Graham Aspinall

Laraine Stephens ... Charlene Tolliver

Burgess Meredith ... Noah Otway

Carol Ohmart ... Gerda Aspinall

Fionnula Flanagan ... Gloria Paget
Robert Burr ... Dr. Felix St. Ives

Michael Bell ... Dana Croft
Susan Moffat ... Receptionist (as Susan Moffatt)
Luanne Roberts ... Nurse
Sandy Ward ... Foreman
Walter Wyatt ... Hit Man
John Francis ... Bath Attendant
Barbara Rodell ... Mrs. Gordon (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 4: Broken Mirror

8 October 1972
The wife of a wealthy industrialist disappears from their sailboat off the coast of Mexico, and he initially hires Mannix to learn how she disappeared (and partly because he knows that a husband is usually the primary suspect in the disappearance of a wife). Then his wife is found, apparently safe, in a small village in Mexico. But after she returns to California, Mannix -- with Art Malcolm's help -- learns some disturbing information about her past, which suggests that she might know more about her disappearance than she is willing to admit.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Anjanette Comer ... Gina Hunter / Margo Moore

Jon Cypher ... Wallace Hunter

Ahna Capri ... Billie Caprice
John Lasell ... Richard Averill
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
David Renard ... Father Francisco (as David A. Renard)
Grace Albertson ... Nun

Pepe Serna ... Alphonso

Rico Alaniz ... Doctor
Don McGovern ... Ron Hollis

Season 6, Episode 5: Portrait of a Hero

15 October 1972
A Vietnam war hero who married into the family of an aircraft manufacturer is killed by a grenade tossed into an elevator just before the doors close. The elevator operator, Roy Elkins, survives, but while in a near-coma, he keeps murmuring what appears to be a woman's name, "Joyce." Because Joe Mannix is Elkins' friend, he decides to try to find out why someone nearly killed him -- beginning with an attempt to learn what Elkins means by the mysterious "Joyce."

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Robert Reed ... Lt. Adam Tobias

Dabney Coleman ... Ralph Stoner
John Milford ... Col. Edgar Ewing

Melendy Britt ... Barbara Nolan

Lyle Bettger ... Julian Mallory
Eugene Peterson ... Lou Morgan

Judith McConnell ... J.C.
William Bryant ... Schaeffer
Robert Munk ... Roy Elkins

Lee Stanley ... Sandy-Haired Man
Dallas Mitchell ... Controller
Walker Edmiston ... Rodman
Grace Albertson ... The Doctor
Robert Patten ... Lorenz

Charlie Picerni ... Mechanic (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 6: The Inside Man

22 October 1972
Joe Mannix goes undercover by joining a New Orleans mob to learn the identity of another member of the organization who wants to turn state's evidence against the head mobster, Lytell. His task becomes complicated, however, when he begins a romance with a woman named Angela who is close to Lytell and may still be loyal to him -- and when he learns that there is an informer within New Orleans' law enforcement who has tipped Lytell that there is an informant in his organization, too.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

John Colicos ... Lytell

Nancy Kovack ... Angela (as Nancy Mehta)

Robert Reed ... Lt. Adam Tobias
Robert Mandan ... Coden
Lloyd Battista ... Page
Barry Russo ... Caffey (as J. Duke Russo)

Tom Hallick ... Auburn
Todd Mason ... Waiter

Ron Nyman ... Third Gunman
Charles Cirillo ... Man At Market (uncredited)
Richard LaMarr ... Man At Market (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 7: To Kill a Memory

29 October 1972
A young man whom his associates know as Dan Turner arrives in Los Angeles, where he separates from them and boards a bus for Palmdale. There he finds his family, who know him as Alex Lachlan, an Army Ranger missing in Vietnam and presumed dead. Joe Mannix is asked to help unravel where he has been for two years or why he is carrying Turner's identification. Mannix uncovers evidence that Turner/Lachlan may have fallen in with some shady associates -- and there appear to be reasons why Lachlan's brother isn't happy he has returned, either.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

John Vernon ... John Thompson

Martin Sheen ... Alex Lachlan
Ben Piazza ... Harry
Pamela Susan Shoop ... Jan Lachlan (as Pamela Shoop)
Ford Rainey ... Bob Lachlan

Tony Young ... Duke
Ed Hall ... Doctor
Sharyn Wynters ... Lolly
Larry Watson ... Turk
Dick Ziker ... Bus Driver

Season 6, Episode 8: The Upside-Down Penny

5 November 1972
A young boy approaches Joe Mannix and offers him $1.85 to try to find a stamp album that the boy says he lost at an amusement arcade. After some investigation, Mannix believes the album might have been found by a street artist nicknamed Gemini whose girlfriend says he suddenly disappeared after talking about an "inheritance". Mannix' theory that Gemini found the album seems to be confirmed when Gemini tries to sell one stamp to a dealer - except that the stamp turns out to be worth thousands of dollars.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Frank Marth ... Henry Crawford
Patricia McAneny ... Jackie Miller

Stanley Kamel ... John 'Gemini' Boling

Ike Eisenmann ... Kenny Brooks

Richard Bakalyan ... Eberle
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm

Vaughn Taylor ... Dealer
Joseph V. Perry ... Spieler (as Joe Perry)

Bartlett Robinson ... Riley
Tom Stewart ... Jimmy Cavanaugh

Johnny Silver ... Operator
Art Lewis ... Clerk
Judith Doty ... Mrs.Brooks

Season 6, Episode 9: One Step to Midnight

12 November 1972
Mannix goes to what he believes is a meeting with a new client, but is ambushed by a gunman who accuses him of working for Bruno Raphael, a former crime boss now exiled from the United States. While trying to figure out why someone thinks he is working for Raphael, Mannix meets with Raphael's granddaughter and her husband, who tell Mannix that someone has been shadowing them. Mannix soon learns that Raphael has indeed returned to the United States - and that he is caught between Raphael and his successor mobsters, any of whom might have a motive to kill Mannix.

Season 6, Episode 10: Harvest of Death

19 November 1972
Two crop-dusting pilots who worked for orange grower Clint Carpenter have vanished without a trace. Joe Mannix is asked by his former military buddy, Dave Winters, who runs the crop-dusting service, to help solve the mystery of their disappearance. Mannix returns to the California farmland of his youth posing as a new pilot, but soon finds himself in the middle of a feud between his client and the local Armenian farm workers - whose leader claims that he and his people were cheated out of the land Carpenter now cultivates.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Sean Garrison ... Clint Carpenter

Jeanette Nolan ... Maria Carpenter
Linda Marsh ... Nora Carpenter
Joe De Santis ... Sam Maturian

Paul Mantee ... Dave Winters

Henry Beckman ... Sheriff Simkins
Nate Esformes ... Steve

Richard Hale ... Jesse
Brett Pearson ... Tiny
Bard Stevens ... Pilot
Ed Call ... Link

Ron Nyman ... Worker

Season 6, Episode 11: A Puzzle for One

26 November 1972
Joe Mannix refers four cases to down-on-his-luck fellow private eye Jerry Henderson. But when Henderson is murdered, Mannix suspects that it was because of one of the four cases he referred -- an extortion case, a divorce involving infidelity, a drug overdose victim's father, and a man being pressured by a loan shark. Feeling responsible for Henderson's death, Mannix decides to look into each case himself to find out whether one of them resulted in his friend's death.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Adam West ... Jonathan Forsythe

Nehemiah Persoff ... Wojeska
Jack Ging ... Lt. Dan Ives

Elizabeth MacRae ... Mrs. Glover
David Mauro ... B.J.
Annabelle Garth ... Pauline (as Anabel Garth)
Susan Bay ... Mrs. Forsythe
Carol Wayne ... Bobbi
Don Hanmer ... Jerry Henderson

Jason Wingreen ... Harry Fredericks
Nadyne Turney ... Helen Henderson
Lisa Jak ... Susan

Mary Carver ... Mrs. Fredericks
Charles Horvath ... Charlie - Policeman (uncredited)

Charlie Picerni ... Kenneth (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 12: Lost Sunday

3 December 1972
Mannix travels to northern California, where he's been hired by the sister of a young man who disputes the cause of her brother's death. The coroner's verdict was accidental death when the man fell from a gantry at a sand and gravel quarry while drunk. Mannix finds evidence that his death may not have been accidental, beginning with his discovery of rifle shell casings at the quarry. But his investigation is halted when he's jailed on trumped-up charges by two local deputies -- who clearly intend that Mannix never come up for a court hearing or get out of jail alive.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair (credit only)

Michele Marsh ... Miss Henshaw (as Michèle Marsh)
Harry Townes ... Wilkerson
Peter Hooten ... Don Wilkerson
Paul Jenkins ... Pete Lemaster
William Jordan ... Dave Benedeck

Luana Anders ... Angie McCall

Kevin Hagen ... Sheriff

Tom Reese ... Sweeny
Carlos Rivas ... Rodez
Stack Pierce ... Billy
Robert Miller Driscoll ... Digby
Bob Bralver ... Houseboy (as Robert Bralver)
Bob Golden ... Guard

Season 6, Episode 13: See No Evil

10 December 1972
A woman is murdered on a street near Peggy's home, and Joe Mannix is the first one to reach the murder scene. Joe questions a neighbor in a nearby house, and concludes the man may have seen more than he will admit. Hired by the deceased woman's husband to try to find her killer, Joe pursues the case and uncovers evidence leading to the uncomfortable conclusion that the woman's killer might be the son of one of Peggy's old friends -- and that he might also be responsible for the disappearance of the witness.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Norman Alden ... Lou Griswold
Sandy Champion ... Glenn Girard

Felton Perry ... Perdue
Almeria Quinn ... Elaine Massey
Conlan Carter ... Ben Kohler
Royce Wallace ... Mrs. Gerard
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Doreen Lang ... Mrs. Kohler Sr.
Vince Howard ... Gil Whitney
Mark Stewart ... Toby
Wallace Earl Laven ... Mrs. Griswold (as Wallace Earl)

Gwen Van Dam ... Mrs. Kohler
Arnold F. Turner ... Young Man (as Arnold Turner)

Season 6, Episode 14: Light and Shadow

17 December 1972
The wife of a wealthy jet-setter is accused of murdering a philandering playboy on her husband's yacht, and the wealthy man hires Joe Mannix to investigate the crime, hoping he will turn up evidence to exculpate his wife. Mannix finds that there is no shortage of suspects who might have wanted the murdered man dead -- including his own client and his client's daughter. But when another suspect is killed, and two hoods show up threatening Mannix to get off the case, Mannix realizes that he may be investigating more than just a murder among the idle rich.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Christine Belford ... Alison Bramante

Tina Sinatra ... Louise (as Christina Sinatra)

Murray Matheson ... Snowy Bartlett

Cesare Danova ... Mr. Bramante
Edward Bell ... Bill Moseley

John Hillerman ... Larry Lawton
Frank Christi
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Ed Hall ... Roger
Michael Ebert ... Nikky Lorenzo

Ron Nyman ... Policeman
Todd Mason ... Purser

Season 6, Episode 15: A Game of Shadows

24 December 1972
The head of an electronics firm arrives home to find his wife drowned at the bottom of their pool, just as one of his rising young associates flees the scene. It looks like an open-and-shut case to the police, but the missing man's girlfriend insists that he is innocent, and asks Mannix to find the man and assist him. Mannix reluctantly takes the case, but the mystery soon deepens as Mannix discovers that the man may have had other identities -- and secrets aplenty in his past.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Meg Foster ... Sheila Lynley
Paul Stevens ... Vernon Olsen

Natalie Schafer ... Bunny Mason
Alan Bergmann ... Jerry Vane
Jack Ging ... Lt. Dan Ives
Warner Anderson ... Professor

Kenneth Tobey ... Sheriff

Adam Williams ... Henderson

Marta Kristen ... Aileen
William Gray Espy ... Gordon Cameron
Owen Bush ... Charlie
William H. Burton Jr. ... Harper (as Bill Burton)

Season 6, Episode 16: The Man Who Wasn't There

7 January 1973
When a prizefighter is gunned down during a match, the initial speculation is that he was punished for refusing to take a dive. But Joe Mannix, who happened to attend the match, speculates that the bullet may have been meant for someone in the audience -- and a review of the fight film suggests that the real target was Mannix himself. This is reinforced when there is another attempt on Mannix' life -- but the evidence begins to point to someone whom Mannix believes couldn't possibly have tried to commit the murder.

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Clu Gulager ... Lyle Foster

Robert Middleton ... Jake Coryell

Robert Reed ... Lt. Adam Tobias

Ken Lynch ... Sloan, the Trainer
Arthur Batanides ... Emmett Trask
Bart La Rue ... Lt. Dean

Stuart Nisbet ... Motel Manager

Tom Hallick ... Detective Lou Gifford
Dennis McCarthy ... Doctor
Rory Calhoun ... Al Ramon (as H.R. 'Rory' Calhoun)
Gene LeBell ... Referee (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 17: A Matter of Principle

14 January 1973
Joe Mannix is visited by Portia and Penelope Penhaven, two elderly, eccentric sisters who insist that Mannix investigate a hit-and-run earlier that day, which damaged one of the headlights on their ancient automobile. Amused by their request, and overborne by Portia's forceful personality, Mannix agrees to look into the matter, but discovers that the vehicle that hit them was taken from a rental lot, apparently without the knowledge of the lot's owner. Digging deeper, however, Mannix soon discovers that the hit-and-run might be related to a murder committed nor far away on that same day.