Cannon (1971–1976)
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Murder by Moonlight 

Convicted felon Mike Carr attends college under a prison rehab program. The incarcerated crime boss John Flatow forces Carr to ferry information to and from his outside people. Cannon agrees to help Carr break free of Flatow's control.

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Burr DeBenning ...
Mike Carr
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Marilyn Trent
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Henry Anders
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Lt. Art Dix
Lloyd Gough ...
Warden
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John Flatow
Scott Walker ...
Willy Fenner
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Carter (as James Lydon)
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Swede
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Prison Guard
Douglas Mitchell
Tom Pittman ...
Codebreaker
Hank Calia ...
Cop on Stakeout
Ted Duncan ...
Eddy Grack
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Convicted felon Mike Carr attends college under a prison rehab program. The incarcerated crime boss John Flatow forces Carr to ferry information to and from his outside people. Cannon agrees to help Carr break free of Flatow's control.

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Action | Crime | Mystery | Drama

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14 March 1972 (USA)  »

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Frank Cannon: I'll admit it may be a strong case. But it also may be a wrong case.
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Pretty good--about average for season one.
9 June 2013 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

A small-time crook has earned the privilege for a special sort of work-release program. He leaves prison each day to attend classes at a nearby college and returns at night. However, instead of this being a perk, it's actually a serious problem as a gang leader in prison demands that the young man work for him as a courier. But the young man wants to go straight and make something of himself. What is he to do? Well, fortunately, when Cannon gets involved in the case, there is a chance that he can make a go of it on the outside.

Overall, this is a very average episode of "Cannon"--neither bad nor outstanding. This is not a complaint--just an observation. Decent writing and acting--there just isn't a lot to make this one stand out much either way. Worth seeing if you are already a fan of the series.


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