A union leader is killed on a Colorado ski lift, and his daughter hires Cannon to get to the truth.



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Episode cast overview:
Katherine 'Kate' Machen
Lyle Barry (as Richard Lawrence Hatch)
Ron Flagg
Irene Plevin
Nora Marlowe ...
Bertha Johnson
Ken Scott ...
Christopher Mason
Tom Pittman
James W. Gavin ...
Helicopter Pilot (as Gavin James)
George Sawaya ...
Christopher Machen
Allison Griffith Willett
Don Stickle
Roy Craig
Suzanne Goodman


A union leader is killed on a Colorado ski lift, and his daughter hires Cannon to get to the truth.

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Action | Crime | Mystery | Drama





Release Date:

20 September 1972 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The climactic scene was filmed at the Great House Pueblo archaeological site. See more »


Frank Cannon: What about the Army?
Lyle Barry: Well, maybe I'll go in, or maybe I'll go to prison. But I won't run again.
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14 July 2013 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Leslie Charleston and Richard Hatch star in "Sky Above, Death Below". The show starts with Kate (Charleston) approaching Cannon to get him to accept her case. She claims that her father is not guilty of the murder he's charges with committing and wants Frank Cannon to investigate. However, he's hesitant to investigate, as it seems like an open and shut case. But, when Cannon does accept the case, he finds that there is more to it than meets the eye. There MIGHT be a witness who can prove the man's innocence. The problem is that this guy (Hatch) is on the run--as he's refusing to be drafted. Can Cannon find the guy AND stop the baddies from killing them both? What do you think?

This is an interesting show because it takes an interesting stance on the Vietnam War. Cannon encourages the witness to stand his ground--instead of running, be willing to go to jail to protest the war. And, the show is rather interesting and worth seeing. Not among the series' best, but still quite good.

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