Cannon

  • 1971
  • TV Show
  • None

Rough and rotund Frank Cannon was (in one sense) the biggest TV detective of the '70s. The L.A. PI was no `Hollywood god,' conceded his portrayer, William Conrad. But he cared and it showed. `Cannon' was a staple of producer Quinn Martin's detective stable for five seasons. It was up for a Best Drama Emmy in '73, and Conrad was nominated for Best Drama Actor...read more

Season 4, Episode 12 The Prisoner

First Aired: December 11, 1974

An ex-Army captain wants to eliminate a released POW who knows unsavory facts about the officer's behavior in Vietnam. Fogerty: Steven Keats. Ballard: Peter Haskell. Cannon: William Conrad. Roper: Paul Jenkins. Morgan: Ed Power.

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  • Premiered: September 14, 1971
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: Rough and rotund Frank Cannon was (in one sense) the biggest TV detective of the '70s. The L.A. PI was no `Hollywood god,' conceded his portrayer, William Conrad. But he cared and it showed. `Cannon' was a staple of producer Quinn Martin's detective stable… (more)

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