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Peter Mark Richman
Susan Howard Chrane
Glenn R. Wilder
Harry Carey, Jr.
Valentin de Vargas
William Long Jr.
Director (3 Episodes)
Script Supervisor (2 Episodes)
Director (2 Episodes)
Director (1 Episode)
Producer (25 Episodes)
Writer (3 Episodes)
Writer (2 Episodes)
John Meredyth Lucas
Writer (1 Episode)
Daniel B. Ullman
Two pals of Peggy's are accused of murder, and the real killer is elusive.
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A colleague's death leads Mannix into a dubious investigation.
Old home week, as Mannix looks into a murder and tries to make up with his father.
Someone is out to get a film star.
Mannix reopens a malpractice case against opposition.
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An accidental drowning has many surprising facets.
A secretary has an enemy, but who?
A hit-and-run case lands Mannix in the middle of a gang war.
A killer's attempt leaves Mannix blind.
Lots of people want an executive out of the way.
A stolen thoroughbred has Mannix buffaloed.
A policeman's son is suspected in a robbery.
Peggy's late husband is named on a list of payoffs.
A blackmailing case has highs and lows.
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Eyewitnesses peg Mannix's client, but the victim isn't what he seems, either.
A domestic quarrel leads to a murder, and the investigation to an earlier incident.
Mannix tries to locate an heir, who is brought into danger by the attention.
A murder in the offing implicates an old army chum, but the victim's identity is uncertain.
Mannix has an enemy who seems to be dead.
The strange utterances of a disturbed young girl are clues in a case of robbery and murder.
A colleague's death leaves Mannix with the evidence he was murdered for.
A TV host's murder proves difficult to investigate, as everyvbody wants it canceled.
Mobsters try to extort a million from a small town.
Carnival mishaps may be aimed at the proprietor.
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