In the pilot of the series, Cannon drove a Mercury Marquis sedan (not a Mark III) . The car was wrecked by the bad guys in an attempt to scare Cannon off the case. Then, for most of the series, Cannon barreled around in a Lincoln Continental Mark IV(Mark III for the first season & a Mark IV for the remainder of the series). During the last part of the series' run, the chubby private eye's Cannonmobile was the Lincoln Continental Mark V(Not correct. The series ended in 1976. The Continental Mark V was introduced in 1977. The final year of the series was a 1976 Continental Mark IV) See more »
Frank, you can't just tear off the minute you get back.
Herb, you're my lawyer, my confessor, and you're beautiful. But five months ago, I bought myself a new car and I haven't had a chance to drive it around the block.
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Excellent early 70s crime show with William Conrad.Great story lines and production.If any DVD studios are reading this this needs a DVD release!!I mean a full release by seasons no best of teasers please. TV Land used to show this a lot back in 96 but not since then. They just don't make good shows like this anymore. William Conrad i believe won awards for this show.It had a good solid run throughout the early 70s.If you haven't seen this it is well worth checking out. Well if your 40 or older younger viewers may not remember this show. Anyway i gave this 10 stars because it deserves it.Please let's all bug the DVD studios to release this.
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