Private Investigator Joe Mannix (star of an eponymous detective series) is brought to friend Mark with a mild flesh wound after a shooting outside the Hall of Records, while ... See full summary »

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... Dr. Mark Sloan
... Amanda Bentley-Livingston
... Dr. Jesse Travis
... Norman Briggs (credit only)
... Steve Sloan
... Joe Mannix
... Edie Reynolds Fallon
... Stella Carter
... George Fallon
... Tina Reynolds
... Deputy Chief Clark Nichols
David Parker ... Phil Eggers
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Private Investigator Joe Mannix (star of an eponymous detective series) is brought to friend Mark with a mild flesh wound after a shooting outside the Hall of Records, while re-investigating the Lou Reynolds murder (Mannix season seven, episode four, "Little Girl Lost", 1973), about incriminating tapes from twenty-five years ago. Unfortunately, Joe's X-rays show a life-threatening cardiac risk, so Mark decides to "help" his investigation. His client, Lou's daughter, television reporter Tina Reynolds, is determined to solve this case, now that she has moved back to Los Angeles from Florida, but the killer, who wears a police academy ring, proves quite deadly, fatal for witness Stella, who sold Lou the tapes, but possibly kept some back for blackmail, which would explain her apparent affluence without matching income. Written by KGF Vissers

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Crime | Mystery | Drama

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13 February 1997 (USA)  »

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This was a sequel to an episode of Mannix: Little Girl Lost (1973) with Mike Connors, Pernell Roberts, Julie Adams and Beverly Garland all reprising their roles. The grown-up daughter was played by a different actress (Susan Lee Hoffman ) rather than Dawn Lyn, who, as a teenager, stopped growing, and had trouble getting adult parts, and retired from acting. See more »

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