Cannon (1971–1976)
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A young woman hires Cannon to find her father, an ex-convict who apparently failed to get off when the jet plane he was on landed.

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Frank Cannon
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Douglas McGee
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Janet Coyne
Mark Gordon ...
Marty Wytrovsky
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Paddy Chabreau (as Ed Barth)
Edward Walsh ...
Doughboy Morelli
Barbara George ...
Lois Hunter
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Morgan
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Woman
Artie Spain ...
Charlie Batts
Robert Riesel ...
Lt. Danny Waller
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Sally Marr ...
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Aldine King ...
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A young woman hires Cannon to find her father, an ex-convict who apparently failed to get off when the jet plane he was on landed.

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5 February 1975 (USA)  »

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Even for a lawyer, McGee's ethics leave a bit to be desired...
14 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

When the story begins, you see a guy deliberately run over another person. He then takes the man's belongings and sets out for the airport. Who is this killer and why did he do this?

Soon you see a young woman at the airport waiting for her father to arrive. However, inexplicably he's not on the plane. So she goes to Cannon to hire him to look for her dad. It seems that he just got out of prison and was coming home after many years...and never arrived.

You soon realize that the dead man at the beginning of the show was the lady's father. You also come to realize that the murderer was the man's lawyer!! Clearly, the man is ethically challenged...even for a lawyer! So how does all this, the various pieces to a claim ticket and an old robbery all fit together? See this show and find out for yourself.

I think this is a very good episode and my only complaint is the knife scene at the end...if you watch carefully, you'll see it's amazingly sloppy and should have been re-shot. Regardless, it's still a better than average episode in the series.


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