Mannix: Season 3, Episode 23

Murder Revisited (7 Mar. 1970)

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A controversial television interviewer telephones a shadowy figure named Harry Armitage for the "hot seat" segment of his show, accusing Armitage of bribery and influence peddling. As he ... See full summary »



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Episode credited cast:
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joshua Bryant ...
Chick Casey ...
Don DeFore ...
Ted Hackett
Frank Gerstle ...
Harry C. Armitage
Stanja Lowe ...
Miss Landon
Muriel Price / Valerie Price
Oliver McGowan ...
Woman in Apartment
Ward Wood ...


A controversial television interviewer telephones a shadowy figure named Harry Armitage for the "hot seat" segment of his show, accusing Armitage of bribery and influence peddling. As he speaks to Armitage on live television, shots ring out and Armitage is later found dead in his apartment. A woman named Muriel Price is found running from the scene, and her gun is determined to be the murder weapon. Joe Mannix, who had just been hired by Armitage before his death, is then hired by Muriel's twin sister, Valerie, to try to prove that her sister is innocent. Written by aldanoli

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When Joe Mannix arrives at Harry Armitage's apartment building, he is stopped by a police officer as he tries to board the elevator. As Mannix explains why he needs to go up to Armitage's apartment, the shadow of the boom microphone appears, and moves around, on the wall above and behind the police officer's head. See more »

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MarkTeacher01 is right about this one.
7 July 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

There is currently one other review for this episode. MarkTeacher01 describes this as a very good show even though it has a glaring mistake- -and they are correct. Had the man been murdered long before (and he must have been), the autopsy would have determined this and undermined the episode's premise. Still, if you can ignore this, it's a dandy one.

The show begins with an obnoxious TV host, Ted Hackett (Don Defore), doing his muckraking show. He's like a combination of Walter Winchell, Morton Downey Jr. and Nancy Grace--a bottom-feeder who likes to right wrongs...or at least get himself lots of publicity. With his latest stunt, he phones a man Hackett declares to be guilty of a crime and cover-up and you hear the accused man doing a brief interview. I say brief because you hear gunshots and the guy on the phone is soon discovered to be dead! When a woman is almost instantly accused of the crime, Mannix comes to the rescue.

The best thing going for this one is originality. It does NOT remind me of earlier "Mannix" episodes and was quite exciting.

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