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  • Actors: Mike Connors, Gail Fisher, Ward Wood
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: 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: January 24, 2012
  • Run Time: 1214 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0064NLSDK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #108,883 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Mannix, the action-packed detective drama about a tough and cynical private investigator stars Golden Globe winner Mike Connors stars as the title character. Mannix is a hard-boiled and gritty detective who constantly defies rules and regulations and is able to take a flurry of fist fights, high-speed car chases and bullet wounds in stride.

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One of my favorites - great.
Excellent picture and sound quality which is what you expect from this company.
Joseph Campigniela & Adam West & Shatner do some good work too.

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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By JM Paul on February 4, 2012
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For those "Mannix" fans already out there, all you need to know about the season 6 release is that the audio, video, menus and packaging are all consistent with the previous releases -- all high quality. Keep on enjoying the ride.

For those who are un-initiated to "Mannix," remember it only from its first run, or were exposed to it only in butchered re-runs, here is a brief overview.

"Mannix" is one of a class of shows produced by Desulu in the late 60's -- in fact, it was the last show produced by that studio. Its closest peers are "Star Trek" and "Mission Impossible," the latter of which had the same executive producer. As a result, you actually see many of the same actors, settings and props in all three shows -- and in the closing credits, some of the same names. But, while "Star Trek" and "Mission Impossible" went on to spawn movies and re-makes, "Mannix" stands on its original episodes.

This makes perfect sense to "Mannix" fans, because the show was not a formula show. It is not easy, and perhaps not possible, to distill what Mannix was about to a few lines, and so bring in a bunch of different actors to re-do some concept. "Mannix" was a character study. It evolved more than it was designed.

"Mannix" has been described as a PI show, formed out of the desire to bring back something of the film noir era, actually inspired in part by the movie "Harper" which starred Paul Newman. As a result, it has often been cited as the first of a long line of cop shows in the same genre, and especially PI shows like "The Rockford Files," "Harry O," and "Magnum PI." But, "Mannix" fans know that the show was so much more than that.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Bruce D. Tucker on February 19, 2012
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Well, okay, so Paramount has released six seasons of "Mannix" in a space of three and a half years, lets hope it won't take forever for them forever to get those last two remaining seasons out. I just finished watching the final episode of season 6, "Danford File" a few minutes ago. As usual, it wasn't just action-packed but 24 well-written episodes. I see a bit of a Star Trek-connection here, as well as a Batman-connection & Gilligan's Island-connection. Adam West appeared in an episode in the season (though he's no Batman, he plays a badass here) & toward's the end of the season William Shatner (no Capt. Kirk here--he also plays a badass), Tina Louise & Natelle Schafer appeared here, but in different episodes. Of course, remember, this particular season was 1972-1973, so it had been a couple of years or so since those above-mentioned tv shows had gone off the air. By the way, anyone who saw episode "Crimson Halo", did anyone notice a fairly familiar face there? Joseph Campanella who a good 5 years earlier played Lew Wickersham, from the 1st season, Mannix's boss from the Intertect era, makes a guest appearance here, but plays a different character. One of the memorable episodes was "Out Of the Night" where Peggy Fair goes undercover posing as a hooker to break up a ring. I know, it's not even been a whole month yet since season 6 was released I'm already waiting for the folks at Paramount to get season 7 & eventually 8 out, afterall, it's those last 2 seasons we've REALLY been waiting for, as a majority of those episodes haven't been released to syndication since they originally aired well over 35 years ago.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Rucki on March 14, 2012
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"In my family, coffee this weak is only for women and children."
--P.I. Joe Mannix to Sam Maturian about his coffee in "Harvest of Death".

Los Angeles cop characters from the Homicide Division return and Lt. Art Malcom (actor Ward Wood) appears in all episodes except in:
* "The Crimson Halo" and "To Kill a Memory" with no guest cop
* "Portrait of a Hero", "The Inside Man", "The Man Who Wasn't There" and "The Danford File" with Lt. Adam Tobias (actor Robert Reed)
* "A Puzzle for One" and "A Game of Shadow" with Lt. Dan Ives (actor Jack Ging)
* "The Man Who Wasn't There" with Detective Gifford (actor Tom Hallick) and Lt. Dean (actor Bart LaRue)
* "Out of the Night" with Narc officer Charley Hager (actor Leonard Stone) and Vice Squad officer O'Fallon (actor Paul Piscerni)
Lt. Art Malcolm is rescued by a police colleague in:
* "The Open Web" with Lt. Paul Haber (actor Eddie Egan who was a real-life cop that inspired the Popeye Doyle character of "The French Connection")
Local cop characters also return in:
* "Harvest of Death" with Sheriff Simkins (actor Henry Beckman)
* "Lost Sunday" with an un-named Sheriff (actor Kevin Hagen)
Private investigators step into the game in:
* "A Game of Shadow" with Jerry Kane (actor Alan Bergmann)
* "The Faces of Murder" with Mel Faber (actor Woodrow Parfrey)
* "Search For a Whisper" with Albie (actor Milton Selzer)

BEST CASES NOTES (in broadcast order)
* "The Open Web" (guest starring Rip Torn, John McLiam and Bruce Watson) in which psycho hitman Victor Roarke fails to shoot down Mannix at his office and, later on, abducts Lt. Malcom with the help of three henchmen wearing police uniforms to get a ransom and a jet.
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