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Mannix/A Problem of Innocence

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A Problem of Innocence
Season 6, Episode 23
Airdate March 4, 1973
Production Number
Writer(s) Dan Ullman
Director(s) Don McDougall
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A Problem of Innocence is the twenty-third episode of the sixth season of Mannix, and the one hundred forty-fifth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Anne Archer (Anne Avery), Fritz Weaver (William Avery), John Randolph (Lawrence Corwin), Marion Ross (Muriel Enright), Laurence Haddon (Sgt. Carl Simmons), Bing Russell (George Enright), Joe E. Tata (Eby), John S. Ragin (Prosecutor), Frederic Downs (Judge)

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Plot Overview

The daughter of a recently released embezzler hires Mannix to prevent him from seeking revenge on those who framed him.

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