Cannon (1971–1976)
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Where's Jennifer? 

A wealthy young woman hires Cannon to find her sister Jennifer, who supposedly drowned five years ago.

Director:

Gene Nelson

Writers:

Edward Hume (developed for television by), Phyllis White | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
William Conrad ... Frank Cannon
Pamela Franklin ... Virginia McKeller / Jennifer McKeller / Cyndi Matthews
Christopher Stone ... Rick Adante
Ann Doran ... Doris Timmons
Russ Conway ... John Middleton
Michael Rupert ... Larry Booth
Bill Quinn ... Timmons
Maxine Stuart ... Irene
Hank Brandt Hank Brandt ... Lt. Dan Delman
Keye Luke ... Sam
David Man David Man ... Marty
Trish Mahoney Trish Mahoney
Sally Marr Sally Marr
John Gruber John Gruber ... Lt. Dan Delman
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A wealthy young woman hires Cannon to find her sister Jennifer, who supposedly drowned five years ago.

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Action | Crime | Mystery | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 February 1974 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Among the very worst of the Cannon episodes....just awful.
15 April 2017 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

Virginia McKeller (Pamela Franklin) hires Mannix to help her find her sister, Jennifer and stop her from messing with her things. In other words, she thinks Jennifer is sneaking in to her home and taking or re-arranging things. This sounds pretty crazy...but is even crazier when Cannon finds out that Jennifer died long ago! Through the course of the case, he also finds another 'sister'....Cyndi. Cyndi is very different from Virginia...but all three are actually the same person as Virginia is mentally ill and has Multiple Personality Disorder (now called Dissociative Identity Disorder).

The whole multiple personality angle is just silly and makes this a very hard episode to endure. It's a real shame, but back in the 70s this was a big issue (with films like "Sybil") but most therapists today feel the problem is extremely rare, as most cases have since been proved to be hoaxes. Of course the "Cannon" folks couldn't know that but the episode is still silly and sloppy and is filled with mumbo jumbo.


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