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Mannix/Little Girl Lost

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Little Girl Lost
Season 7, Episode 4
Airdate October 7, 1973
Production Number
Writer(s) Chester Krumholz
Director(s) Marvin Chomsky
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Little Girl Lost is the fourth episode of the seventh season of Mannix, and the one hundred fiftieth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Helena Carroll (Elizabeth), Garry Walberg (Bartender), Barry Atwater (Dr. Walter Brown), Dawn Lyn (Tina Reynolds), Dean Harens (J.B. Kelly), Rosemary DeCamp (Mrs. Alferro), Pernell Roberts (George), Sam Elliott (Bill Saunders), Beverly Garland (Stella Carter), Julie Adams (Edie Reynolds), H.M. Wynant (Lou Reynolds)

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Plot Overview

The young daughter of a murdered journalist hires Mannix to find her father's killer.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Even though Mannix clearly solved the case in this episode, this episode was used as the basis for Mannix's return to television, as a guest star on Diagnosis: Murder 24 years later. Dr. Sloan is Mannix's physician, clearly concerned about the health of his client, who not only has a bullet wound but a serious heart condition, but all Mannix cares about is solving an unsolved case...which turns out to be this one! Pernell Roberts, Beverly Garland and Julie Adams, who guest-starred in this episode, reprise their roles for the sequel.

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes

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