Mannix (1967–1975)
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All the Dead Were Strangers 

The survivors of a plane crash are dying one by one. Even Joe's suspects are not safe.


Richard Levinson (created by), William Link (created by) | 2 more credits »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix
Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Anthony Zerbe ... Little Ned
Julie Gregg ... Carol Robson
Donald Moffat ... Don McGrath
Woodrow Parfrey ... Willy
Paul Jenkins ... John Clive
Ward Wood Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
G.J. Mitchell G.J. Mitchell ... Judge Warren Lockwood
Paul Prokop Paul Prokop ... Henry Philbin
Gail Bryant Gail Bryant ... Lylah (as Gail Bryant Cameron)
Terrence O'Connor Terrence O'Connor ... Jeannie
Ron Nyman ... Plainclothesman #1
Todd Mason Todd Mason ... Plainclothesman #2
Anthony Mason Anthony Mason ... Radio Operator


The survivors of a plane crash are dying one by one. Even Joe's suspects are not safe.

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Release Date:

16 December 1973 (USA) See more »

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Paramount Television See more »
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1.33 : 1
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Little Ned: [Joe enters his tent] Can I help you, brother?
Joe Mannix: Yes, I called you. I'm investigating the death of two of the survivors of that airplane crash.
Little Ned: Oh, Mr. Mannix. Have a seat. Would like some tea?
Joe Mannix: No, thank you.
Little Ned: Human nature is frail. On the mountain, my brothers and sisters made a bargain with the Lord. He kept his part of the deal. Did they?
Joe Mannix: You tell me.
Little Ned: They did not! When he was saved, the judge tried to resume his life of carnality.
Joe Mannix: How do you know that?
Little Ned: The Lord, in his infinite wisdom, shows ...
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Good episode with a unique and interesting story
17 April 2015 | by pkfloydmhSee all my reviews

This is one of the better episodes of the season as it has a very original story, some good action sequences, and some nice plot twists.

It's about a woman who hires Joe to find out who's trying to kill her and why, and when he begins investigating he discovers it's a much larger case as several other individuals besides the woman are also in danger.

The one problem I had with the episode is a familiar cliché is used when Joe has his client stay in his apartment above his office for her safety. After he leaves her there alone, she then leaves the apartment on her own in order to meet with someone who is one of the LAST people she should be meeting with. Pretty dumb. But this is the only cliché that's used, so all in all it's a pretty good episode.

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