A man with a limp is intercepted at the airport by police, but he inexplicably escapes while held at gunpoint by a cop, an old police buddy of Cannon's.

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Lt. Jim Farragut
Richard O'Brien ...
Capt. Mike Carling
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Barbara Lynn Dolney
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Max Dolney
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Hit Man
Charles Macaulay ...
Clark Matthews
Joseph V. Perry ...
Motel Clerk (as Joseph Perry)
Buddy Pantsari ...
Robbie
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Shoe Store Owner
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Clark Matthews
Arthur Adams ...
Officer Bill Murray
David Brandon
Patrick Riley
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A man with a limp is intercepted at the airport by police, but he inexplicably escapes while held at gunpoint by a cop, an old police buddy of Cannon's.

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14 November 1973 (USA)  »

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So why didn't the cop shoot the limping man?!
13 April 2017 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

A police stakeout at the airport is observing a man who apparently has something to do with a counterfeiting ring. However, when they give chase, which shouldn't be THAT difficult since the guy has a pronounced limp, the cop with a chance to shoot him freezes...and the limping man gets away. Not surprisingly, the cop is in trouble and his co-workers think he's dirty. But Cannon knows otherwise...this is a good, dedicated man and he tries to figure out why he hesitated as well as where the limping man is now.

I liked this episode for several reasons. Any episode with Anthony Zerbe is good as he played great scummy villains in dozens of TV shows. Additionally, the plot was very unique--complex but well thought out and entertaining. Well worth your time.


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