A young woman hires Cannon to find her fiancé, after he disappears, and his business partners refuse to reveal where he is.

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Lila Brock
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Jason Brock
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Dick Krueger
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Coy
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Dr. Jeffers
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Eddie Main
Sam Chew Jr. ...
Chris Brock (as Sam Chew)
Vince Howard ...
Lt. Marty Driscoll
Victor Campos ...
Vince Rodriguez
Maurice Marsac ...
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Clint
Anne Newman Bacal ...
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Patrick Culliton
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A young woman hires Cannon to find her fiancé, after he disappears, and his business partners refuse to reveal where he is.

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4 December 1974 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the 1967 Simon and Garfunkel song that was part of the soundtrack of the Dustin Hoffman movie, The Graduate (1967). See more »

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Joan Stevens: [Describing the contents, from her purse to Cannon after a fugitive stole it] Hair brush, drivers license, make-up kit, Chris' dog.
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Rather ridiculous...but kind of fun and entertaining.
19 April 2017 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is an episode of "Cannon" that is best seen with a very open mind....because if you think too much, the episode really doesn't make a lot of sense.

A lady comes to Cannon for help because her fiancé is missing and the folks that work for him are hiding this. Whenever she tries to see him, they tell her he no longer wants to see her and doesn't love her...though he never said this to her. The man is sort of like a combination of Howard Hughes and Bobby Fischer and the folks that work for him certainly are determined to keep SOMETHING a big secret. What is this secret? See the show.

The final moments of this show are pretty weird...fun to watch but silly. But overall, there's more to like than not and it's worth your time.


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