Cannon (1971–1976)
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Blood Money 

A young doctor arrives at a prison to examine a prisoner. During the examination the prisoner reaches into the doctor's bag and removes a pistol. Cannon is hired to prove the doctor was an unwitting participant in the attempted jailbreak.

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Frank Cannon
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Tom Barron
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Dr. Stephen Danver
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DA John Romano
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Ava Brannigan
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Leroy Vincent
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Julia Danver
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E.T. Brannigan (as Bill Joyce)
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Warren Parker
Patrick Culliton
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A young doctor arrives at a prison to examine a prisoner. During the examination the prisoner reaches into the doctor's bag and removes a pistol. Cannon is hired to prove the doctor was an unwitting participant in the attempted jailbreak.

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6 February 1974 (USA)  »

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The doctor is either an innocent victim or a complete dummy.
15 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

A guy in prison is shot while trying to make a ridiculously impossible escape. It seems he got a gun out of a doctor's bag and tried to shoot his way out! Now the doctor is in trouble because he's accused of trying to facilitate the escape and Cannon's job is to determine if he was involved or not. The case later evolves a bit and becomes a search for missing money which, it turns out, is hidden in valuable coins.

This is a modestly interesting episode of "Cannon" and in some ways reminded me of "The Fugitive". After all, the guy trying to escape might be innocent AND William Conrad (Cannon) was the narrator for this excellent 1960s series. Do yourself a favor and try it...the show is a bit better than "Cannon".


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