Mannix - Season 1

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Overview

From the dynamic opening credits to the closing shootout, Mannix crackles with excitement, and it's finally available on DVD! Cool, no-nonsense, convertible-driving investigator Joe Mannix (Mike Connors) is a tough-talking loner within the large detective agency Intertect. He has street smarts and class, but he constantly fights with his boss, Lou Wickersham (Joseph Campanella), over how the conduct of investigations. Lou relies on the company’s computers, but Mannix goes with his gut (while often taking one or ...
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Overview

From the dynamic opening credits to the closing shootout, Mannix crackles with excitement, and it's finally available on DVD! Cool, no-nonsense, convertible-driving investigator Joe Mannix (Mike Connors) is a tough-talking loner within the large detective agency Intertect. He has street smarts and class, but he constantly fights with his boss, Lou Wickersham (Joseph Campanella), over how the conduct of investigations. Lou relies on the company’s computers, but Mannix goes with his gut (while often taking one or more to the chin) and solves the case. One of the most popular crime shows of its day, this long-running series was developed by executive producer Bruce Geller (Mission: Impossible). This debut set features all 24 episodes from 1967-68’s Season 1 on six discs, including the rarely seen series pilot. Brace yourself for unbeatable action -- Joe Mannix is back!
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Brand-new interview with Mike Connors and Joseph Campanella; Audio intros by Mike Connors on episodes and selected special features; Audio commentary by Mike Connors, Joseph Campanella and William Link on selected episodes; Miek Connors on the Mike Douglas Show; Clip from Diagnosis: Murder "Hard-Boiled Muder" episode; Photo gallery; CBS full promo - 1967; TV land Promo; Sales presentation
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/3/2008
  • UPC: 097361328140
  • Rating:

  • Source: Paramount
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 20:10:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 7,266

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Mike Connors Joe Mannix
Joseph Campanella Lou Wickersham
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Mannix: The First Season
   Play All
   Episodes
      The Name is Mannix (Pilot)
         Play Episode
         Play Episode With Commentary by William Link
      Skid Marks on a Dry Run
         Play Episode
      Nothing Ever Works Twice
         Play Episode
      The Many Deaths of Sain Christopher
         Play Episode
   Special Features
      Mike Connors & Joseph Campanella Interview Part 1
      The Name is Mannix (Pilot) With Commentary by William Link
Disc #2 -- Mannix: The First Season
   Play All
   Episodes
      Make it Like it Never Happened
         Play Episode
      The Cost of a Vacation
         Play Episode
      Warning: Live Blueberries
         Play Episode
      Beyond the Shadow of a Dream
         Play Episode
   Special Features
      Mike Connors & Joseph Campanella Interview Part 2
Disc #3 -- Mannix: The First Season
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   Episodes
      Huntdown
         Play Episode
      Coffin For a Clown
         Play Episode
      A Catalogue of Sins
         Play Episode
      Turn Every Stone
         Play Episode
   Special Features
      CBS Fall Promo - 1967
         Play
Disc #4 -- Mannix: The First Season
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   Episodes
      Run, Sheep, Run
         Play Episode
      Then the Drink Takes the Man
         Play Episode
      Falling Star
         Play Episode
      License to Kill - Limit Three People
         Play Episode
   Special Features
      Mike Connors on the Mike Douglas Show Airdate 04/22/69
         Play
Disc #5 -- Mannix: The First Season
   Play All
   Episodes
      Deadfall Part 1
         Play Episode
      Deadfall Part 2
         Play Episode
      You Can Get Killed Out There
         Play Episode
      Another Final Exit
         Play Episode
         Play Episode With Commentary by Mike Connors and Joseph Campanella
   Special Features
      TV Land Promo
         Play
      Sales Presentation
         Play
      Another Final Exit With Commentary by Mike Connors and Joseph Campanella
Disc #6 -- Mannix: The First Season
   Play All
   Episodes
      Eight to Five, it's a Miracle
         Play Episode
      Delayed Action
         Play Episode
      To Kill a Writer
         Play Episode
      The Girl in the Frame
         Play Episode
   Special Features
      Diagnosis Murder Clip - Hard Boiled Murder Featuring Mike Connors, Dick Van Dyke & Barry Van Dyke - Airdate 02/13/97
         Play
      Photo Gallery
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Back home again

    Watching Mannix again is liking going home. As a teenager my mother and I never missed a week (if we could help it) and enjoyed the summer reruns. Mannix was independent, strong, and always getting beat down. But in the end justice was done.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A reviewer

    MANNIX was a favorite of mine as a kid, and the show holds up surprisingly well after four decades. Hardboiled mysteries with perculiar twists and plenty of action. Mannix must have had a deal with the local hospital -- every tenth brainscan must have been free -- since he's always getting knocked unconscious. The pilot episode, "The Name Is Mannix," is worth the price of admission alone.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A reviewer

    Joe Mannix played by (Mike Connors) is back on the case. 41 years later, When Mannix first came out. It so clear and cut and Mannix and Lou his boss played by tough talking (Joseph Campanella)Joe was this tough talking no-nonsense PI that work for Intertect a world wide org. Joe was a loner that loves the woman if the were bad are good looking. He always got his guy are girl who were doing the bad stuff. The extra features are a must see you will learn something about his car.

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