Mannix (1967–1975)
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Mannix is hired by an old friend to find his college-age daughter, who is living in a commune. Mannix soon discovers the commune has secrets that can be deadly to discover. One college ... See full summary »

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Mannix is hired by an old friend to find his college-age daughter, who is living in a commune. Mannix soon discovers the commune has secrets that can be deadly to discover. One college basketball player has already died. And why is a hoodlum so interested in what transpires at the commune? Written by Bill Koenig

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Worth seeing just for a glimpse of Buffalo Springfield and a couple guys from CSNY.
12 April 2013 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Earlier in season one, Neil Diamond was featured in "Mannix". Now, just a few episodes later, Buffalo Springfield (featuring Steven Stills and Neil Young) is featured in "Live Blueberries". For this reasons alone, fans of their music (particularly Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young) will likely want to see this one. As far as the rest of the show goes, it's a pretty average episode of the show.

The show begins with a young lady in an odd religious cult finding that her friend has been killed. I say strange because the guru in charge is one of the last actors I EVER would have seen as a religious leader--Phil Leads. You just have to see the guy to understand what I mean.

In the next scene, the girl's family come to Mannix. Apparently they haven't seen her in some time and are worried. When the trail leads to the religious commune, she isn't there and Mannix begins to worry. How all this relates to a college sports team is something you'll just need to see for yourself.

Overall, the plot is reasonably interesting, Mannix beats up his usual number of people and you hear some nice music. Not bad.


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