Cannon (1971–1976)
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Treasure of San Ignacio 

Cannon calls on a retired detective to help him recover religious relics stolen in an armed robbery of a church in Mexico.

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Bob Neal
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Rena
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LAPD Lt. Wharton
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Pawnshop Owner
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Alex Farrell
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Robber #3
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Pete Farrell
Richard Angarola ...
Mexican Federale
Tom Pittman ...
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Miguel Monsalve ...
Altar Boy
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Cannon calls on a retired detective to help him recover religious relics stolen in an armed robbery of a church in Mexico.

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Action | Crime | Mystery | Drama

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11 January 1972 (USA)  »

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Cannon and his buddy Mike have a marksmanship contest at the shooting range . . . in Cannon's apartment. See more »

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Frank Cannon: You have very little, Neal. And you keep finding ways of subtracting from what you do have.
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No, this is not "The Fugitive", but Cannon is out to find the one-armed man.
8 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

"Treasure of San Ignacio" is far from a great episode of "Cannon". Still, however, it is mildly entertaining and worth seeing.

The show begins with some hoods committing a very strange and improbable crime--they rob a Mexican church of some holy relics!! This is by far the weakest aspect of the show, as it seems like a crime you'll never see. Still, the priest (Alejandro Rey) seeks out Frank Cannon's help in recovering the stolen items. Soon, however, the crooks contact the priest--it's a case of ransom and Cannon is the man to make the deal. But when the deal goes sour, the priest is kidnapped and Cannon is in search of a one-armed man.

This is an entertaining show but as I mentioned above, the crime seemed very, very improbable. Not bad at all--but one that just seemed like a bit of a let-down compared to most other season one shows.


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