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TV Series
    (September 7, 1967-April 10, 1975)
    Drama series
    Originally aired on CBS
    Premise: The saga of a rogue Los Angeles detective who solves homicides
    Mike Connors as Joe Mannix
    Gail Fisher as Peggy Fair (1968-1975)
    Mannix is often cocky, arrogant, and insistent on doing things his own way.
    The series had a high cast changeover rate.
    Connors was the only constant in the series' revolving door of cast members.
    The producers phased out the high tech aspects of the show from the first season in order to improve ratings.
    It often relied on 'very special episodes.'
    Connors sued CBS and Paramount over unpaid royalties (2011).
    Despite being shot or brutally beaten over the course of the show, Mannix remained physically fit for duty.
    It was one of the first television series to cast an African American as a lead character.
    The theme song was composed by Lalo Schifrin.
    Like James Bond, Mannix had a cool collection of automobiles.
    One of its producers was the legendary Lucille Ball.
    Connors made an appearance as the titular character on an episode of 'Diagnosis: Murder' in 1997.

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