Cannon

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Cannon is an American detective television series produced by Quinn Martin which aired from 1971 to 1976. The primary protagonist is the title character, private detective Frank Cannon, played by William Conrad.

Cannon is an American detective television series produced by Quinn Martin which aired from 1971 to 1976. The primary protagonist is the title character, private detective Frank Cannon, played by William Conrad.

Original Release

09/14/1971 on CBS

Cast

# Title Air Date
1 Nightmare Wednesday, 10 September 1975
2 The Deadly Conspiracy: Part 1 Wednesday, 17 September 1975
3 The Wrong Medicine Wednesday, 24 September 1975
4 The Iceman Wednesday, 01 October 1975
5 The Victim Wednesday, 08 October 1975
6 The Man Who Died Twice Wednesday, 15 October 1975
7 A Touch of Venom Wednesday, 22 October 1975
8 Man in the Middle Wednesday, 29 October 1975
9 Fall Guy Wednesday, 05 November 1975
10 The Melted Man Wednesday, 05 November 1975
11 The Wedding March Wednesday, 19 November 1975
12 The Hero Wednesday, 26 November 1975
13 To Still the Voice Wednesday, 03 December 1975
14 The Star Wednesday, 10 December 1975
15 The Games Children Play Wednesday, 17 December 1975
16 The Reformer Wednesday, 07 January 1976
17 The House of Cards Wednesday, 14 January 1976
18 Revenge Wednesday, 21 January 1976
19 Cry Wolf Wednesday, 28 January 1976
20 The Quasar Kill Wednesday, 04 February 1976
21 Snapshot Wednesday, 11 February 1976
22 Point After Death Wednesday, 18 February 1976
23 Bloodlines Wednesday, 25 February 1976
24 Madman Wednesday, 03 March 1976
25 Mad Man Wednesday, 03 March 1976
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Directors

George McCowan, William Wiard, Lawrence Dobkin, Robert Douglas, Seymour Robbie, Leo Penn, Allen Reisner, William Conrad, Richard Donner, Jerry Jameson, Gene Nelson, Charles S. Dubin, Michael Caffey, William Hale, Paul Stanley, Chris Robinson, Don Taylor, Virgil W. Vogel, Michael O'Herlihy, Edward M. Abroms, Kenneth Gilbert, Marc Daniels, David Lowell Rich, Herschel Daugherty, David Whorf, Philip Leacock, Harry Falk, Don Medford, Alf Kjellin, Herbert Hirschman, Lewis Allen, John Badham, Marvin J. Chomsky, Corey Allen, Leslie H. Martinson

Writers

Edward Hume, Stephen Kandel, Robert C. Dennis, Carey Wilber, Meyer Dolinsky, Robert W. Lenski, Robert I. Holt, Robert Lewin, Jack Turley, Paul Playdon, Larry Alexander, Robert Heverly, Karl Tunberg, George Bellak, James D. Buchanan, Ronald Austin, Worley Thorne, S.S. Schweitzer, David Moessinger, Douglas Day Stewart, Robert Blees, Ken Trevey, Robert Sherman, Larry Brody, Norman Lessing, Arthur Heinemann, Hal Sitowitz, Ken Pettus, Robert Hamner, Larry Forrester, Anthony Spinner, E. Arthur Kean, Gene Thompson, Margaret Armen, Thomas B. Dewey, Michael McTaggart, David Delman, Richard Newhafer, Terence Tunberg, Esther Mitchell, Phyllis White, Leonard Kantor, Bob Mitchell, Calvin Clements Jr., Irv Pearlberg, John Hawkins, Herb Meadow, Del Reisman, Joel Murcott, Brad Radnitz, Jack Guss, Jackson Gillis, Norman Hudis, Robert L. Collins, George Kirgo, Richard H. Landau, Gerald Sanford, Shirl Hendryx, Harold Gast, Mann Rubin, Bill Stratton, Robert Malcolm Young, Rick Husky, Ray Brenner, Albert Aley, Robert Van Scoyk, Robert White, Bill S. Ballinger, Dick Nelson, Anthony Lawrence, Howard Dimsdale, Collier Young, Max Hodge, Steve Fisher, Michael Gleason, Jimmy Sangster, Robert M. Young, George Eckstein

Cast

Producers

Editors

Marston Fay, Jerry Young, Harry Kaye, Ray Daniels, Howard Kunin, Kenneth R. Koch, Jim Gross, Walter Hannemann

1974 Golden Globe Best TV Show - Drama Nominated
1974 Emmy Best Lead Actor in a Drama Series Nominated
1973 Golden Globe Best TV Actor - Drama Nominated
1973 Emmy Outstanding Drama Series - Continuing Nominated
1973 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role (Drama Series - Continuing) Nominated
1972 Golden Globe Best TV Actor - Drama Nominated
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