Mannix narrowly avoids being shot by a businessman who appears to be a solid citizen. The attacker claims this is due to dreams he is having based on his Korean War experiences. The businessman later freaks out when police approach his house. Mannix has begun to talk him down when the businessman is shot from outside. But the police didn't fire. Mannix continues his investigation and a student at UCLA, the daughter of a company the businessman knew in Korea, is the detective's main lead to finding the truth. Written by
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Mannix is pursuing the man in the stocking mask through a warehouse for theatrical props when the man pauses between two mirrors and fires back at Mannix, breaking one of them. The chase continues until he pauses between another set of mirrors and again fires, breaking another mirror. The pattern of the broken glass in each scene, however, reveals that the producers reused the same shot of the mirror breaking, but tried to make it appear that they were different incidents by using shots from different angles. See more