Cannon: Season 3, Episode 6

Night Flight to Murder (17 Oct. 1973)

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Cannon is hired by an insurance company to investigate the disappearance, while on final approach at a small Utah airstrip, of a twin-engine plane that was carrying $3 million of negotiable bonds.

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Brad Calvert
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John Sandler
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Janice Lanson
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Harry Tilden
Barney Phillips ...
Bob Wells
Robert Patten ...
Lanson
Joe Tornatore ...
Bullard
Jay Varela ...
Captain Valdez
Harvey Fisher
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Airplane Mechanic (as Charles Isen)
Daxson Thomas
Donovan Jones
Paul Tulley ...
Twin engin plane co-pilot
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Cannon is hired by an insurance company to investigate the disappearance, while on final approach at a small Utah airstrip, of a twin-engine plane that was carrying $3 million of negotiable bonds.

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The aircraft registration number on the Beechcraft Bonanza flown by 'John Sandler' is N202NR. The registration number on the twin-engine airplane flown by 'Brad Calvert' is N772W. See more »

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