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  • Actors: Mike Connors, Gail Fisher, Ward Wood
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: October 27, 2009
  • Run Time: 1260 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002JIOOD0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,574 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The weekly adventures of private detective Joe Mannix in Los Angeles. At his side is his faithful assistant Peggy Fair. Hard-boiled and gritty, Mannix dished out justice outside the law for his clients.

Customer Reviews

I look forward to Season 4!
The DVD remasters are great, there is very little dust and scratches and the color is saturated.
Let's get with it, Paramount.....we are all waiting for the release of the 4th Season!!
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By E. Hornaday on July 30, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Mannix returns with more two-fisted action in the Third Season of this Classic TV detective series in a 6-disc DVD boxed set.

CBS Paramount Home Video is quickly following the successful release of Season 1 and 2 of this iconic TV series on DVD with the release of the Complete Season 3. Both of the earlier seasons have had very high quality video and audio remastered episode transfers, so hopefully this release will continue that tradition.

In addition, CBS Parmount Home Video has said that ALL of the ORIGINAL musical score and cues for every episode are included and have not replaced! (They had been sharply criticized by fans for replacing some of the music cues in Season 2 of the Classic TV series The Fugitive.)

Mannix ran from 1967 through 1975 on CBS. Created by Richard Levinson and William Link and developed by executive producer Bruce Geller (who also created Mission: Impossible), the title character, Joe Mannix, is a tough and very cool L.A. private investigator, portrayed with grace and gusto by Mike Connors.

Rarely has an actor so inhabited a TV character that it's impossible to separate the two. This series represents one of those times, and even the show's producers underscored that by applying the unusual credit which proclaimed: 'Mike Connors IS Mannix.'

By the time Season 3 premiered in September 1969, Mannix was already well ensconced as a huge TV hit, and producers responded by providing a solid season of great stories, and a lot of the hard-hitting action that it was known for. Season 2 had introduced Gail Fisher as Mannix's devoted secretary, Peggy Fair, and she reprised her role here and remained throughout the series run. (FYI: Ms.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Terence Allen VINE VOICE on August 5, 2009
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Mannix, starring Mike Connors, was one of television's greatest private eyes. Only Tom Selleck's Thomas Magnum and James Garner's Jim Rockford would seem to be in the same category as far as popularity, durability, and enjoyment. Forged in the tough, hardboiled tradition of Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler, Mannix brought these novelists' archtypes to the small screen - beaten up, beats up, lied to, and tied up. But he endured for eight seasons.

The third season continues the era of the show that Mannix is best remember for - his cool house, office, and girl Friday Peggy Fair. The first season of the show saw Mannix work not for himself, but a detective agency that used the first type of computers to solve crimes, and Mannix was seen as a dinosaur who was doing things the old fashioned way. The second season follows the pattern that most fans remember and cherish.

This series is one I've been waiting for forever. For all of us who grew up admiring him as THE private eye before Rockford and Magnum came on the scene, it's high time that this was released on DVD.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin J Burgraff VINE VOICE on November 3, 2009
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"Mannix" would get 5 stars from me, simply because it is one of the most entertaining, involving detective shows of it's era, and Mike Connors defines cool! Still, I have to admit, the third season is a mixed bag, episode-wise; I suspect a number of episodes ran 'long', and were cut to fit time requirements, and, as a result, seem rushed, with unresolved issues at the closing credits ("Tooth of the Serpent": What happened to the father/son reconciliation?...Chancellor never speaks!..."The Sound of Darkness": Where is the missing money?..."The Search for Darrell Andrews": Why is Andrews murdered?...And these are only a few of the plotholes). Balancing this, however, are some really excellent episodes ("War of Nerves" is a genuine nailbiter!), and Mike Connors, who gives some of his best performances of the series' entire run, in Season Three. In "Return to Summer Grove", Mannix returns to his hometown, we discover the rift between Joe and his father (the wonderfully cranky Victor Jory), and Connors gives a moving portrayal of a son in pain, unable to reconcile. "The Sound of Darkness" is even better; Joe is blinded when grazed by a bullet, revealing his hidden demons, as he sinks into despair and self-pity. And for anyone who thinks Mannix is always right, "Blind Mirror" is a revelation, as he picks the wrong man as the murderer! Joe Mannix is truly 'fleshed out' this season, revealing more of his Armenian roots and wisdom, an occasional snappish reply, and a genuine vulnerability that is endearing. And Gail Fisher is all warmth and prickly common sense, as secretary Peggy Fair. They make a great team!

Some great guest stars brighten the season. Besides Robert Reed's welcome return as Detective Lt.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ohsnapiam56 on March 28, 2010
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Well worth the wait. For me, the highlight of this season is the deepening of the relationship between Joe Mannix and Peggy Fair. Times being what they were, there could be no overt romantic relationship or touching (in Sound of Darkness...at the end he doesn't give her a full hug; his hands are at her shoulders. I guess since he said dam* in the episode the sensors weren't going to allow too much more), but this season shows more and more how close they are. It also sends some subtle messages about racial equality. Joe's trainer in the Sounds of Darkness was the excellent actor James Edwards (who was in a 'race' movie called 'Home of the Brave' with Frank Lovejoy about a black soldier who had psychosomatic paralysis as a result of a racist act. If you haven't seen it, try to get it...Superb). A black man training a white man; in the position of authority. Also, notice how Mr. Edwards has a lit cigarette in his hand and then Joe picks up the same cigarette and smokes it. Joe's touching of Peggy's hands when they get hot dogs at the beach. As a black woman growing up in the 50s I can remember TV and movies back then. You never saw these things. On Mannix, black people came and went as just that...people. In that respect Mannix was way ahead of its time, and not just for Gail Fisher. I never realized it until I started collecting the DVDs. So for me, this Season is top notch. I look forward to Season 4!
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