Mannix (1967–1975)
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The Search for Darrell Andrews 

Peggy and her son are held hostage by men who want the evidence that Mannix has, that proves his detective friend was murdered.

Director:

Seymour Robbie

Writers:

Richard Levinson (created by), William Link (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix
Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Dana Elcar ... Tom Coleman / Al Beckworth / Darrell Andrews / Charles Vincent Addison
Harry Townes ... Martin Kimbrough
Robert Pine ... Eric Beckworth / Mike Gaynor
Van Williams ... Executive #1
Jay Robinson ... Executive #2
Mark Stewart Mark Stewart ... Toby
Walter Mathews ... Lt. Charleston
Nolan Leary ... Ben
Wayne Want Wayne Want ... Policeman
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Storyline

Wes Tully, a private detective who is a friend of Joe Mannix, is killed by two men who carefully stage his death to look like an accidental drowning. But Tully had confided in Mannix that he might be killed because of a case he was working on, and that his death would be made to look like an accident. Believing that his friend was murdered, Mannix retrieves some important evidence from the case Tully was working on -- but that only prompts the men who killed Tully to threaten Peggy and Toby in order to get that evidence back. Written by aldanoli

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 February 1970 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Paramount Television See more »
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Technical Specs

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

The set used as the entryway for the home of Martin Kimbrough (Harry Townes) is the same used as that used as the entryway of Dr. Wallenberg's home in Mannix: Fly, Little One (1970), (where Dana threatens to "fly away" from the second story landing near the beginning). See more »

Quotes

Martin Kimbrough: [shakes hands with Joe] Mr. Mannix, Martin Kimbrough.
Joe Mannix: How do you do?
Martin Kimbrough: You said you wanted to talk to me about Tully's death?
Joe Mannix: Yes, but, uh, before we do, I'm a private detective like Wes Tully. We were friends.
Martin Kimbrough: What is it you want to say about Mr. Tully's death?
Joe Mannix: He was murdered.
Martin Kimbrough: It was ruled an accidental drowning.
Joe Mannix: Well, it was made to look that way. He was murdered.
Martin Kimbrough: How can you be so sure?
Joe Mannix: I was told so. In a way.
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