Mannix (1967–1975)
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Voice in the Dark 

Mannix is summoned to the apartment of Dorothy Kinman, a former Olympic-class diver who was rendered a paraplegic in an auto accident. Besides being reluctant ever to leave her apartment, ... See full summary »

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Joe Mannix
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Peggy Fair
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Dorothy Kinman
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Lt. Adam Tobias
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Roger Stack
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Tony
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John Deemer
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George Kinman
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Kobin
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Miss Crawford
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Officer Stone
Robert Saxon ...
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Mannix is summoned to the apartment of Dorothy Kinman, a former Olympic-class diver who was rendered a paraplegic in an auto accident. Besides being reluctant ever to leave her apartment, Ms. Kinman claims that a man keeps telephoning her with death threats. But although he's initially concerned for her safety, Mannix begins to suspect that the threatening phone calls may just be an illusion -- or a hoax -- on Ms. Kinman's part. Written by aldanoli

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A whole lot of improbables strung together in a believable manner.
11 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

I liked this episode of "Mannix" because although the crime seemed very improbable, the story was woven in such a way that it actually seemed kind of believable. The show begins with Joe about to have a hot night at his apartment with a lady. But, duty interrupts and he is called to the apartment of Ms. Kinman (Carol Lynley). It seems that since this once Olympic hopeful was seriously injured in a crash, she's been receiving death threats. However, with her psychiatric admission following the accident, the police don't seem all that convinced anyone is really calling her--especially since the guy never stays on the line for more than a few seconds. But Joe is convinced and takes the case. But who would do this and why?

The who wasn't all that hard to guess, but the why came as a bit of a surprise. Well constructed and interesting.


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