Maggie Wells, the secretary of a private investigator who was murdered, is on her way to see Joe Mannix. The cab driver taking her there fails to follow the route to Mannix' office, and ... See full summary »

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Maggie Wells, the secretary of a private investigator who was murdered, is on her way to see Joe Mannix. The cab driver taking her there fails to follow the route to Mannix' office, and then attempts to shoot her, but she is able to escape. Shaken, she manages to meet with Mannix, and asks him to figure out why someone is trying to kill her. Mannix places her in a trailer in a secluded location, and tries to get her to remember as many details as she can about her late boss, in order to figure out which of his former clients' business dealings might have put her in jeopardy for her life. Written by aldanoli

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(at around 1 min) Joe has a phone conversation with his secretary, Peggy. The phone booth that each are using is clearly the same one as evidenced by one diagonal and two horizontal scratches or blemishes on the cross bar of the booth. Although shot from slightly different angles, it's obviously the same portable prop phone booth. See more »

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Decent story but a frustrating client
3 November 2013 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Maggie Wells is on her way to see Joe Mannix when she hails a cab. The driver drives like a maniac and has a gun--just like a typical New York cabbie. But unlike most New York cab drivers, he actually tries to kill her but she is able to escape and makes her way to Mannix's office. Why is someone trying to kill her and how can Mannix help her? Maggie (Katherine Justice) is not a particularly good character. While she's quite beautiful and they feature her in a lot of nice outfits, her character is frustratingly dense. Her cluelessness makes her a less than admirable character amidst an otherwise decent episode. Not great but watchable if you can look past this poorly written character. Plus, it gives you a nice chance to see Mannix in his most embarrassing outfit ever--and seeing him in western wear is pretty funny.


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