Cannon (1971–1976)
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Cannon is hired to kill a man by a war hero client who he has worked for before. He decides to play along and pretend to take the case, but only to save the intended victim, who knows facts which the hero does not want to come out.

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Frank Cannon
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Mark Ballard
Steven Keats ...
Johnny Fogarty
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Chad Roper
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Wayne Morgan (as Ed Power)
Ed Gilbert ...
Major Nelson (as Edmund Gilbert)
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Biff Colter
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Hank Holly
Arthur Adams ...
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Carl MacIntire ...
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Scott Ellsworth ...
Eddie Gamble
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Cannon is hired to kill a man by a war hero client who he has worked for before. He decides to play along and pretend to take the case, but only to save the intended victim, who knows facts which the hero does not want to come out.

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Rather exciting.
19 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

Here's an odd one...someone hires Cannon to kill someone! He's offered $100,000 to kill Johnny Fogarty. This offer is from a Vietnam vet and hero who won the Silver Star. Why kill the man? Well, Cannon would like to know as well as decides to pretend to be willing....so he can investigate the case. Well, it all boils down to the official story being at odds with the real story. Fogarty knows that the man is in fact a coward...and not the noble war hero everyone thinks he is.

The episode has a particularly exciting car chase, lots of action and a moderately interesting plot. Overall, while not a great episode, a very good one and one that is worth your time.


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