Mannix reluctantly agrees to pursue a divorce case -- the woman involved is an old flame of his. The detective ends up being framed for murder.

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Gloria Farnsworth (as Gloria De Haven)
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Lorne Marshall
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Mannix reluctantly agrees to pursue a divorce case -- the woman involved is an old flame of his. The detective ends up being framed for murder.

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30 September 1967 (USA)  »

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A decent episode.
9 April 2013 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

An old flame of Mannix's comes to the detective agency. Apparently, she's not a happily married woman and she wants Joe to spy on her husband in order to learn who his mistress is--so she can have grounds for divorce. However, shortly after he begins the case, he's bashed on the head and set up for the husband's murder. It's obvious that Mannix is not having a good day and he makes it worse by running. Now all he needs to do is prove his innocence as well as catch the real killer--especially since bodies are beginning to pile up! Not a bad episode. However, the first two episodes were so fantastic that this one seems a bit disappointing. The plot is somewhat routine by comparison but still interesting. I particularly like the way the ending was handled. Worth seeing.


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