Bradley Everett is the owner of Everett Aviation. He departs one day on a flight to Mexico, and his plane is reported lost off the coast of Baja California. His presumed death has no sooner... See full summary »

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Bradley Everett is the owner of Everett Aviation. He departs one day on a flight to Mexico, and his plane is reported lost off the coast of Baja California. His presumed death has no sooner been reported than a man with a bandaged face and sunglasses walks into Mannix' office -- who turns out to be Everett in disguise, having survived his misadventure at sea. He tells Mannix that the loss of his plane was not an accident, and that his reported death will allow Mannix to investigate who might have had a motive for his murder -- his two business partners, his wife, his mistress, or someone else. Written by aldanoli

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Better than average and well written.
10 November 2013 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

After a plane crash, Bradley Everett (Paul Richards) is assumed to be dead. However, he soon appears in Mannix's office and asks an interesting favor--to find his killer, or rather, the person who TRIED to kill him. Mannix assumes the case and agrees to pretend that Everett is dead. Soon he discovers a not exactly grieving widow (Yvonne Craig), a mistress and two sleazy business partners. It appears that any of them but the mistress had motive to kill Bradley but eventually Mannix comes up with another possibility--and you'll have to see the show to understand.

This is a very good and stylish episode--a big improvement over the typical "Mannix" episode. It's cleverly written, interesting and has a few nice twists. Well worth your time. My only complaint, and it's minor, is that Ms. Craig (TV's Batgirl) seems to have overplayed her role and isn't subtle enough for my taste. But as I say, it's minor...very minor.


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