Cannon (1971–1976)
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The Victim 

Cannon is hired to find a popular recording artist who he believes is being held against her will. But when he finally finds her he begins to understand that there is a much more sinister reason for her being kept from the outside world.

Director:

Lawrence Dobkin

Writers:

Edward Hume (developed for television by), Jimmy Sangster
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
William Conrad ... Frank Cannon
Donna Mills ... Lena Michaels
Joel Fabiani ... Sean Donohue
Jess Walton ... Janice Elder
James T. Callahan ... Lt. Jake Schlatter (as James Callahan)
Alfred Ryder ... Leonard
Bernard Fox ... Allan Farrell
Ric Mancini Ric Mancini ... Manny Preston
Jack Collins ... Hank Olsen
Vic Vallaro Vic Vallaro ... Harry
Clint Young Clint Young ... Dunn
Milt Kogan ... Doctor
Adrienne Marden Adrienne Marden ... Mrs. Parker
Frank Bonner ... Bill
Peggy Doyle Peggy Doyle ... Grace Olsen
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Cannon is hired to find a popular recording artist who he believes is being held against her will. But when he finally finds her he begins to understand that there is a much more sinister reason for her being kept from the outside world.

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Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 October 1975 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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That lady has some issues!
13 August 2018 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

The story begins with Lena (Donna Mills) crying and telling her friend that she's being held prisoner. Soon, some thugs arrive and they respond by knocking out the friend, loading her up with drugs and dumping her. It is not a murder attempt...but a way to discredit her story when she tells folks that her famous friend, Lena, is being held captive. Naturally, she approaches Cannon about this. But the evidence is contradictory...and later, Lena assures everyone she's fine and not to worry about her. So what gives? Why all the secrecy and what is really going on with Lena?

This is a very weird episode of "Cannon"....not bad at all, but very strange. I won't say more about why...because it would spoil the episode for you. Suffice to say, what's going on with Lena is unusual! See this one!


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