Mannix (1967–1975)
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Make It Like It Never Happened 

A little girl wishes to "rent a detective" to prove that her father, who is on Death Row, is innocent. Mannix takes the case, working on his own time, and will have to do without ... See full summary »

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Clint Houston
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Stella Scott (as Letitia Roman)
Phillip Pine ...
William Larkin (as Phillip E. Pine)
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Betsy
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Gilbert Aumont
Ric Roman ...
Frankie Saunders
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Pete Cleary (as Gerry York)
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Eva Brock
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A little girl wishes to "rent a detective" to prove that her father, who is on Death Row, is innocent. Mannix takes the case, working on his own time, and will have to do without Intertect's help. Mannix romances the mistress of a reclusive rich man at whose estate the murder took place. The detective must cope with a web of deceit to find out what really happened. Written by Bill Koenig

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14 October 1967 (USA)  »

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During the fight scene in Mannix' bedroom, the cameraman is briefly seen in the dresser mirror. See more »

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A very solid "Mannix"
18 June 2017 | by (Glendale, CA) – See all my reviews

I can't say enough good things about how great this series looks on the DVD release: great color and clarity.

About this episode: excellent plot, the viewer can't be sure where this one is going. That's a big plus. We get to see Joe turn on his manly charms to level 10! Made me think of the many popular paperback detective novels of the 1950's and 1960's. This episode has some of that feel.

Also, Mannix is very appealing in this episode. He doesn't care what his boss says, he's going to do what he thinks right. Even today, that kind of bold independence commands admiration--maybe especially today. Joe's humanity and self-confidence come through very well. Also, we get plenty of action! One fight scene is especially exciting and well done. A very impressive episode on every level.


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