Mannix (1967–1975)
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The Ragged Edge 

Joe goes undercover as a heroin addict to bust up a narcotics ring.


Don McDougall


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


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Episode cast overview:
Mike Connors ... Joe Mannix
Gail Fisher ... Peggy Fair
Linda Evans ... Lorna Wilder
Don Gordon ... Frank Marr
Roger Perry ... Sgt. Fletcher
Paul Carr ... Harrelson
Bill Fletcher Bill Fletcher ... Walters
Robert Ito ... Doctor
Ward Wood Ward Wood ... Lt. Art Malcolm
Sam Gilman ... Hotel Clerk
Regis Cordic ... Jones (as Regis J. Cordic)
Joe De Nicola Joe De Nicola ... (as J.D. Nicols)
Joseph X. Flaherty Joseph X. Flaherty
Eric Lawson Eric Lawson ... Jim Lancaster
Bob Orrison Bob Orrison ... Smith


Joe goes undercover as a heroin addict to bust up a narcotics ring.

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Frank Marr: [reading the newspaper about Art Malcolm's murder] You did very well last night, Mannix.
Joe Mannix: Did I?
Frank Marr: Mm. I have a simpler job for you today.
Joe Mannix: I'm not using a gun again.
Frank Marr: No, no, no guns.
Joe Mannix: What's the job?
Frank Marr: Well, you're going to meet a man and arrange a purchase for me.
Joe Mannix: Why me?
Frank Marr: Well, there are several reasons. First: you cannot be connected with me in any way. Two: you are now not only a fugitive, but a murderer. And three: I have your gun, which even an amateur ballistics man could match with the bullet ...
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Beauty Linda Evans steals the show
21 February 2019 | by belanger75See all my reviews

Between Big Valley (when she looked her most beautiful) and Dynasty (when she proved middle aged ladies could be totally hot) Miss. Evans did this superb episode of Mannix. Her role ( of druggie dealer's moll and girlfriend) starts out seemingly marginal but it believably grows longer and deeper. I almost cannot believe it is just because the way it was written and directed as Evans adds much to it herself. She was a very, very interesting as well as beautiful lady in her roles and this is no exception.

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31 March 1974 (USA) See more »

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Paramount Television See more »
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1.33 : 1
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