Discord at a museum when Man in Harmony, an 11' tall, 3-ton stone sculpture, disappears at its own unveiling. Banacek has two days to find out who walked off with it.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Carlie Kirkland
Owen Russell
Vince O'Hara
Davey Collier
Gretel (as Candace Clark)
Joe Maross ...
Lt. Nash
Pete Biesecker
Jennifer Nesburn (as Peggy Walton)


"Man in Harmony," a 3-ton, 11-foot tall sculpture, is missing at its gala unveiling. The 5-foot pedestal to which it was attached is all that remains to mark the theft. A ransom demand, threatening to turn the large stone into gravel unless $500,000 is paid, further complicates the case. Working in competition with a Boston Insurance Company colleague, Banacek has only two days to find the statue and collect his fee. Written by bobbymaxwell

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Crime | Drama | Mystery





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3 October 1973 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Kirkland makes snide comments about Gretel's age and youth, when, in fact, Kirkland is 2 years *younger* than Gretel. See more »


When Banacek and Carlie talk at the market, the voice overdubs are sometimes out of sync. See more »


Gretel: Oh, my name's Gretel.
Thomas Banacek: Between the two of us, we've got a whole name.
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References Banacek: Ten Thousand Dollars a Page (1973) See more »

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The Missing Sculpture
29 February 2016 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Thomas Banacek(George Peppard) is called in on a case involving a 3-ton, eleven foot-tall sculpture that somehow went missing between the time of its arrival at its big unveiling party given by its new wealthy owner Dave Collier(played by Scott Brady) and the time it was to be seen. Carlie Kirkland(played by Christine Belford) an old adversary/girlfriend (from the pilot film) is also on the case, but the theory she comes up with doesn't match Banacek's, though it still concerns the resentful sculptor Own Russell(played by Gary Lockwood) who had plenty of motive... Fun mystery with a clever solution to the crime, though the astute viewer may have figured it out.

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