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Mannix is an American television detective series that ran from 1967 to 1975 on CBS. Created by Richard Levinson and William Link and developed by executive producer Bruce Geller, the title character, Joe Mannix, is a private investigator. He was played by Mike Connors.

Mannix is an American television detective series that ran from 1967 to 1975 on CBS. Created by Richard Levinson and William Link and developed by executive producer Bruce Geller, the title character, Joe Mannix, is a private investigator. He was played by Mike Connors.

Original Release

09/16/1967 on CBS

US Release

09/16/1967

Cast

Mike Connors Joe Mannix
Gail Fisher Peggy Fair
Ward Wood
Ward Wood Lt. Art Malcolm
Gail Fisher
Joseph Campanella Lew Wickersham
Robert Reed Lt. Adam Tobias
Gail Fisher Peggy Fair (credit only)
Jack Ging Lt. Dan Ives
Mark Stewart Toby
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Portrait in Blues Sunday, 22 September 1974
2 Game Plan Sunday, 29 September 1974
3 A Fine Day for Dying Sunday, 06 October 1974
4 Walk on the Blind Side Sunday, 13 October 1974
5 The Green Man Sunday, 20 October 1974
6 Death Has No Face Sunday, 27 October 1974
7 A Small Favor for an Old Friend Sunday, 10 November 1974
8 Enter Tami Okada Sunday, 17 November 1974
9 Picture of a Shadow Sunday, 24 November 1974
10 Desert Sun Sunday, 01 December 1974
11 The Survivor Who Wasn't Sunday, 15 December 1974
12 A Choice of Victims Sunday, 22 December 1974
13 A Word Called Courage Sunday, 05 January 1975
14 Man in a Trap Sunday, 12 January 1975
15 Chance Meeting Sunday, 19 January 1975
16 Edge of the Web Sunday, 02 February 1975
17 A Ransom for Yesterday Sunday, 09 February 1975
18 The Empty Tower Sunday, 16 February 1975
19 Quartet for Blunt Instrument Sunday, 23 February 1975
20 Bird of Prey: Part 1 Sunday, 02 March 1975
21 Bird of Prey: Part 2 Sunday, 09 March 1975
22 Design for Dying Sunday, 23 March 1975
23 Search for a Dead Man Sunday, 06 April 1975
24 Hardball Sunday, 13 April 1975
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Directors

Paul Krasny, Sutton Roley, Gerald Mayer, Harry Harvey Jr., Arnold Laven, John Llewellyn Moxey, Don McDougall, Reza Badiyi, Leslie H. Martinson, Leonard J. Horn, Michael O'Herlihy, Barry Crane, John Meredyth Lucas, Murray Golden, Stuart Hagmann, Bill Bixby, Alf Kjellin, Allen Reisner, Nicholas Webster, Seymour Robbie, John Peyser, Jeffrey Hayden, Harvey Hart, Corey Allen, Richard Benedict, Leo Penn, Don Taylor, Lee H. Katzin, Don Weis, Gene Reynolds, Vincent McEveety, Marvin J. Chomsky, Laslo Benedek, Arthur Marks, Denis Sanders, Fernando Lamas, Alexander Singer, Michael Caffey, Ralph Senensky, Charles R. Rondeau, Robert L. Friend, Louis Brandt, David Lowell Rich, Rowe Wallerstein, Jud Taylor

Writers

Bruce Geller, Richard Levinson, William Link, Ben Roberts, John Meredyth Lucas, Chester Krumholz, Stephen Kandel, Donn Mullally, Daniel B. Ullman, Harold Medford, Robert W. Lenski, Ed Adamson, Shimon Wincelberg, Frank Telford, Arthur Weiss, Robert Pirosh, Albert Beich, Warren Duff, Ed Waters, Mann Rubin, Cliff Gould, Barry Oringer, Edward J. Lakso, Karl Tunberg, David P. Harmon, Dorothy Herald, Alfred Hayes, Lionel E. Siegel, Martin Roth, Ivan Goff, Barry Trivers, Howard Dimsdale, George F. Slavin, Alfred Brenner, James T. Surtees, Richard L. Breen Jr., James L. Henderson, Merwin Gerard, Victor Canning, Bernard C. Schoenfeld, Harold Livingston, Stanley Adams, William H. Wright, Lou Shaw, Richard Carlson, Mel Torme, Samuel Newman, John Kneubuhl, Robert Hammer, Teddi Sherman, Jackson Gillis, Halsted Welles, Charles McDaniel, Herb Meadow, Robert Bloomfield, Richard H. Landau, Robert Lewin, Stanley Roberts, Don Mankiewicz, Jerry Thomas, Shirl Hendryx, Al C. Ward, Wilton Schiller, David H. Vowell, Boris Sobelman, Lee Loeb, Arline Anderson, Robert Heverly, Tibor Zada, Arthur A. Ross, David Braverman, Ernest A. Losso, Lew Erwin, Ellis Marcus, Jeri Emmett, George Salvin, Richard Murphy, Terence Tunberg, Hendrik Vollaerts, Maureen Daly, Orville H. Hampton, Max Hodge, Daniel Mainwaring, Don Brinkley, Norman Katkov, Jim Bateman, Howard Browne, Oliver Crawford, Leigh Vance, Duke Yelton, Walter Brough, James Schmerer, Brian McKay, John D.F. Black, Ernest Frankel, Sam Ross, Richard Murphy

Creators

Richard Levinson, William Link

Cast

Mike Connors Joe Mannix
Gail Fisher Peggy Fair
Ward Wood
Ward Wood Lt. Art Malcolm
Gail Fisher
Joseph Campanella Lew Wickersham
Robert Reed Lt. Adam Tobias
Gail Fisher Peggy Fair (credit only)
Jack Ging Lt. Dan Ives
Mark Stewart Toby
Mark Stewart Toby Fair
Larry Linville Lieutenant George Kramer
Ron Nyman Sergeant Charley
Joe Mantell Albie Loos
Art Lewis Hayden
Dennis McCarthy Doctor
Martin Braddock Gordon Parker
Morgan Jones Howard Pender
Dane Clark Lt. Ira Deegan
Frank Campanella Lt. Dave Angstrom

Producers

Editors

Neil MacDonald, Robert L. Swanson, Michael Vejar, Jerry Taylor, Larry L. Mills, John Loeffler, Jack Kampschroer, Bruce Schoengarth, John A. Fegan Jr., Paul Krasny, William Cairncross, Robert Watts, John M. Foley, Richard E. Rabjohn, Michael Bell, Ryan MacDonald, Robert Karnes, Harvey Stambler, Larry Watson

1975Golden GlobeBest TV Actor - Drama Nominated
1974Golden GlobeBest TV Show - Drama Nominated
1974Golden GlobeBest TV Actor - Drama Nominated
1974Golden GlobeBest Supporting Actress - Television Nominated
1973Golden GlobeBest TV Show - Drama Nominated
1973Golden GlobeBest TV Actress - Drama Won
1973Golden GlobeBest TV Actor - Drama Nominated
1973EmmyOutstanding Drama Series - Continuing Nominated
1973EmmyOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role (Drama Series - Continuing) Nominated
1973EmmyOutstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Drama Nominated
1973EmmyOutstanding Achievement in Art Direction or Scenic Design - For a Dramatic Program or Feature Length Film Made for Television, a Single Program of a Series or a Special Program Nominated
1972Golden GlobeBest TV Show - Drama Won
1972Golden GlobeBest TV Actor - Drama Nominated
1972Golden GlobeBest Supporting Actress - Television Nominated
1972EmmyOutstanding Series - Drama Nominated
1972EmmyOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series Nominated
1972EmmyOutstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Drama Nominated
1971Golden GlobeBest TV Actor - Drama Nominated
1971Golden GlobeBest Supporting Actress - Television Won
1971EmmyOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series Nominated
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