Mannix: The Final Season
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Mannix ran for 8 years and 194 episodes. Only 130 were syndicated in the U.S. after the show went off the air in 1975. The remaining 64 episodes comprised all of Season 1, most of Season 7, and all of Season 8. Now that Seasons 1 and 7 have both been released on DVD, this release will close the loop on all the "missing" episodes that Mannix fans have been talking about and hoping for over the past 37 years. And since the quality of the first seven releases were superlative and uncut, this edition should prove to be a real treat, too.
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Portrait in Blues - Larry Storch, Robyn Millan
Game Plan - Rue McClanahan, James Olson
A Fine Day For Dying - Pamela Franklin, James Naughton
Walk on the Blind Side - Lincoln Kilpatrick, Leonard Stone
The Green Man - Scatman Crothers, Russell Johnson
Death Has No Face - Lynn Carlin, Ann Doran
A Small Favor for an Old Friend - Val Avery, Sondra Blake
Enter Tami Okada - Mako, Miko Mayama
Picture of a Shadow - Rosemary Forsyth, Michael Bell
Desert Sun - Ron Nyman, William Lucking
The Survivor Who Wasn't - Carol Lawrence, Paul Burke
A Choice of Victims - Rona Barrett, Stanley Adams
A Word Called Courage - Brenda Benet, Anthony Zerbe
Man in a Trap - Erik Estrada, Pamela Bellwood
Chance Meeting - Geoffrey Deuel, Michelle Stacy
Edge of the Web - Gerald McRaney, Frank Aletter
A Ransom For Yesterday - Diana Hyland, Dabney Coleman
The Empty Tower - Bill Bixby, Maurice Hill
Quartet For a Blunt Instrument - Katherine Justice, John Karlen
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If you like the good old fun TV shows. Mannix is a must have.
Get all of Mannix. You will be glad you did.
seasons did. Mannix is one of the few television shows that never lost it's integrity or declined in quality as the seasons continued
over the years. The best seasons are still the forth and fifth. However, if your a fan it is worth owning all the seasons.
His car is wrecked on a regular basis yet it always looks good and handles the way he needs it to. This season he drives a Blue Camero, not a Dodge convertible.
The back of his head should have a metal plate in it from all the times he has been knocked out, yet he always gets back up and solves the case.
Great show then and now!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Here on the final season Mannix is still helping people and the story's are still good and the action is too!Published 8 days ago by Lee Silver
Loved this show as a kid, and still love it all these years later! :)Published 1 month ago by Salomesfred
This DVD set arrived in good time, plays well, and a reasonably price. ThanksPublished 2 months ago by M. Landry
What can I say? It's Mannix. I always liked Mike Connors's portrayal of Mannix. Not the heartless all-brain type, nor the slovenly type, nor the OCD type, nor the late 60s... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Woods
Police and detective shows of the late 60s - early 70s had a grit to them later shows didn't. Perhaps because computers and car phones were so primitive by today's standards that... Read morePublished 6 months ago by jadesun33
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