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"Mannix" Time Out of Mind (1970)

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Richard Levinson (created by) and
William Link (created by) ...
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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
3 October 1970 (Season 4, Episode 3)
Sonny Carter, once a world-champion boxer, has been accused of killing a man who sometimes hung around the boxing arenas trying to fix fights... See more » | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix

Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair

Brock Peters ... Sonny Carter
Kim Hamilton ... Hallie Woods

George Tobias ... Dalton

Juanita Moore ... Mrs. Davis

Stacy Harris ... Russ
Phillip Pine ... Larry Starr

A Martinez ... Pancho
Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm

Robert 'Buzz' Henry ... Mace
George Robotham ... Man
Ray Galvin ... Logan
Arthur Eisner ... Gym attendant
Sandra Ann Roberts ... Lisa (as Sandra Roberts)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Charlie Picerni ... Boxer in ring (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Corey Allen 
Writing credits
Richard Levinson (created by) and
William Link (created by)

Bruce Geller (developed by)

Robert Pirosh  teleplay

Produced by
Barry Crane .... associate producer
Bruce Geller .... executive producer
Ivan Goff .... producer
Ben Roberts .... producer
Original Music by
Richard Hazard 
Cinematography by
Gert Andersen 
Film Editing by
Robert L. Swanson 
Casting by
Ramsay King 
Art Direction by
Jan Van Tamelen 
Set Decoration by
Fred Price 
Makeup Department
Christine George .... hair stylist
Jack Obringer .... makeup artist
Production Management
John A. Fegan Jr. .... post-production supervisor
Neil T. Maffeo .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ted Butcher .... assistant director
Art Department
Arthur Wasson .... supervising property master
Sound Department
Joel Moss .... re-recording mixer
Don Rush .... production sound mixer
Edward L. Sandlin .... sound editor
Special Effects by
John Burke .... special effects
Charlie Picerni .... stunt coordinator
Charlie Picerni .... stunt double: Mike Connors
Dick Ziker .... stunt coordinator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Grace Harris .... costumer: women
Chad Harwood .... costumer: men
Michael Tierney .... supervising costumer
Editorial Department
William Cairncross .... in charge of post production
Larry L. Mills .... editorial coordinator
Music Department
Robert H. Raff .... music editor
Lalo Schifrin .... composer: theme music
Leith Stevens .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Ed Chamey .... vehicles
Other crew
Douglas S. Cramer .... executive vice president in charge of production
Michael Jarvis .... production coordinator
Dale Tarter .... production coordinator
Billy Vernon .... script supervisor

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Bruce Geller  developed by
Richard Levinson  creator
William Link  creator

Production Management
Jack Sonntag .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John M. Poer .... first assistant director (1974)
John M. Poer .... second assistant director (1972-73) (1973-74)
Barry Stern .... assistant director
Sound Department
Jim Bullock .... sound editor
May Boss .... stunts
Carol Daniels .... stunts
Lee Faulkner .... stunts
Hal Needham .... stunts
George Orrison .... stunts
Bill M. Ryusaki .... stunts
Other crew
George Barris .... car customizer: Mannix Roadster
Production CompaniesDistributors

Additional Details

60 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:


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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Pretty good., 13 July 2014
Author: planktonrules from Bradenton, Florida

It seems that every cop, detective or medical examiner show had at least one episode about boxing. I remember seeing this on "Hawaii Five-O". "Cannon", "Quincy" and many other similar shows. So, it's not surprising that "Mannix" eventually dealt with this locale.

The show begins with a retired and punchy ex-boxer, Sonny, beating the crap out of a gambler who was trying to fix a fight. At some point, SOMEONE shoots the gambler dead--and Sonny is seen standing there holding the gun. Did he do it? And, if he did, does he even remember thanks to all the poundings he took to his head over the years? Well, he isn't sure--and assumes he'll go to jail for it, so Sonny runs. Mannix's job is to find him and convince him to give himself up-- especially because soon some goons are looking to kill Sonny and/or Mannix.

This is generally a very good episode of the series. My only complaint is the lady who was singing in the bar. She was, to put it mildly, pretty bad. While a very pretty actress and good otherwise, they asked a non-singer to sing and it showed. Still, this is a minor quibble in an otherwise decent program.

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