Joe Mannix is called to the office of an air freight company and asked to investigate some cargo thefts, unaware that this is a ruse to allow the operators of the company to substitute a double in his place. When Mannix then tries to leave on a confidential trip to London, he is kidnapped by the men from the air freight company and taken to a remote old west ghost town - while the impostor takes his place on the mission to London. Written by
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The dilapidated western set used for the ghost town where Mannix is held captive is the same used in the previous season's episode "A Gathering of Ghosts." See more
When Mannix arrives in London, a car has been arranged to pick him up, and as it should, it has right-hand drive and the front passenger seat on the left. In the background, however, many of the other travelers from his plane are boarding what is supposed to be a tourist bus. They are entering a door on the right front of the bus while the driver is seated on the left - a configuration that would exist in the United States, not in Britain. See more