Mannix: Season 1, Episode 16

License to Kill - Limit Three People (13 Jan. 1968)

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Three people are brutally murdered. The evidence points to David Tate. When a potential client approaches Intertect about trying to prove Tate innocent, Mannix agrees to take the case. The ... See full summary »

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Joseph Campanella ...
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Elaine Tate
Peter Haskell ...
David Tate
Wright King ...
Robert Hartigan
Warren J. Kemmerling ...
Bowers (as Warren Kemmerling)
Elisa Ingram ...
Ruth Levitt
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Gould
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Fred
William O'Connell ...
John Burke
Melinda O. Fee ...
Allison (as Melinda Fee)
Art Lewis ...
Hayden
Clete Roberts ...
Newscaster
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Three people are brutally murdered. The evidence points to David Tate. When a potential client approaches Intertect about trying to prove Tate innocent, Mannix agrees to take the case. The private detective finds himself caught in between the police and whoever is framing Tate. Written by Bill Koenig

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This was the last episode of the series to be produced by Desilu Productions. See more »

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In the opening scene, Clete Roberts, the newsman who seems to appear on the wall-mounted television, is actually seated in the next room, visible through an opening in the wall that is made to look like a television image. This was apparently done to simulate a TV screen in order to allow for more effective long shots from the window and avoid secondary screen glare and distortion. See more »

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Really good.
19 April 2013 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

A supposedly homicidal maniac named Tate has been arrested for a triple murder. Not surprisingly, someone has paid the Intertech Detective Agency to prove he didn't commit the crimes. However, Tate escapes and you really aren't sure if he's out to commit more murders or to try to prove his innocence. In the middle of all this is Mannix--who just wants to figure out what's really happening!

This is a very good episode. The plot is very interesting and the acting generally quite good, though Karen Black's performance as the wife was a bit muted--her voice very soft and lacking emotion. But, despite this, a very rock-solid episode.


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