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
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Bob Wells
Robert Patten ...
Sam Lanson
Joe Tornatore ...
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Jay Varela ...
Captain Valdez
Harvey Fisher
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Daxson Thomas
Donovan Jones
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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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17 October 1973 (USA)  »

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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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OK...so John Vernon is in this episode...need I say more?!
7 November 2016 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

For folks who watched a lot of 60s and 70s television, having John Vernon guest starring in a show meant one thing...he did it! Vernon specialized in playing slimy jerks...and when he appears on the screen, folks of my generation instantly will know he had something to do with the crimes. And what were the crimes? Well, when the show begins, you see a small plane lane and the co-pilot is murdered. Then, when Cannon enters the picture, you learn that not only is the plane missing but it had $3,000,000 aboard...and John Vernon owns this small airline. Need I say more?!

Aside from giving away the ending by the presence of Vernon, this is a pretty decent episode. While I didn't like the cliché of having Cannon spend time with the baddie...waiting him to betray himself, I did love the ending--tense and exciting all the way. Well worth seeing.


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