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Cannon (TV Series) DVD cover (season one).

TV Series (1971-1976)

Starring:
William Conrad (Frank Cannon)
Patrick Culliton (Guest)
Tom Pittman (Deputy Bill Morgan)
Charles Bateman (Lt. Tarcher)
Donovan Jones (Director)
Simon Scott (Ethan Kehoe)

The weekly adventures of Frank Cannon, an overweight, balding ex-cop with a deep voice and expensive tastes in culinary pleasures, who becomes a high-priced private investigator. Since Cannon's girth didn't allow for many fist-fights and gun battles (although there were many), the series substituted car chases and high production values in their place.

Season One

Beechcraft A36 Bonanza

Ep.1.04 Country Blues
Registration N4608A, c/n E-217.

Reg. N4608A Beechcraft A36 Bonanza .

Beechcraft 60 Duke

Ep.1.05 Scream of Silence

Beechcraft 60 Duke.

Bell 206 JetRanger

Ep.1.10, No Pockets in a Shroud

Bell 206 JetRanger.
Bell 206 JetRanger.
Bell 206 JetRanger.
Bell 206 JetRanger.

Cessna 170B

Ep.1.16 Treasure of San Ignacio

Cessna 170B.

Grumman G-21A Goose

Ep.1.19 The Island Caper Registration N322, c/n B-73.

Reg. N322 Grumman G-21A Goose of Catalina Golden West.
Reg. N322 Grumman G-21A Goose of Catalina Golden West.
Reg. N322 Grumman G-21A Goose of Catalina Golden West.

Bell 206 JetRanger

Ep.1.19 The Island Caper

Bell 206 JetRanger.
Bell 206 JetRanger.

Beechcraft D50C Twin Bonanza

Ep.1.21 A Flight of Hawks

Beechcraft D50C Twin Bonanza.
Beechcraft D50C Twin Bonanza.

A Douglas A-26 (B-26) Invader and a North American B-25 Mitchell are the backdrop to the first image.

Douglas A-26C Invader

Ep.1.21 A Flight of Hawks

Douglas A-26C Invader on the left.

North American B-25C Mitchell

Ep.1.21 A Flight of Hawks

North American B-25C Mitchell.
North American B-25C Mitchell.

2 B-25 in this aerial view, and the (black) Douglas A-26C and the P-51 Mustang seen below.

North American B-25C Mitchell.

North American P-51D Mustang

Ep.1.21 A Flight of Hawks

North American P-51D Mustang.

Piper PA-24 Comanche

Ep.1.21 A Flight of Hawks
On the right. PA-24 it seems.

Piper PA-24 Comanche.

Cessna 182K Skylane

Ep.1.24 Murder by Moonlight
Registration N2670Q.

Reg. N2670Q Cessna 182K Skylane.
Reg. N2670Q Cessna 182K Skylane.
Reg. N2670Q Cessna 182K Skylane.

Season Two

Bell 47G

Ep.2.02, Sky Above, Death Below

Bell 47G.

Aérospatiale SA 315B Lama

Ep.2.02, Sky Above, Death Below
Supposed to be the same helicopter than the Bell 47G listed just above.
Registration N13583, c/n 2261.Hit ground with low rotor rpm.Loss of power ind to alert Pilot believed inadequate.Rust in fuel. Wfu on November 1974, said dammaged beyond repair on Aviation Safety Network but remains listed later with several registration on Rotorspot: F-GEJS, as EC-EOF with TAVASA Trabajos aéreos vascongados, F-GVHB with Héli-Béarn.
Same helicopter in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg.N13583 Aérospatiale SA 315B Lama of Sky Choppers.

Fairchild Hiller FH-1100

Ep.2.05, Stakeout
Unidentified aircraft in the far background to the left.

Fairchild Hiller FH-1100

Caproni Vizzola Calif A-21S

Ep.2.05, Stakeout
Registration N206CA, c/n 206. Built in 1972. Sold to the Boeing Co. for flight test program as missile seeker. The nose cone was replaced with a Radome and the seeker was mounted in front of the pilot. The USAF obtained the glider at the end of the program as USAF TG-12.

Reg.N206CA Caproni Vizzola Calif A-21S.

Piper PA-28R-200 Arrow

Ep.2.05, Stakeout
Retractable landing gear.

Piper PA-28R-200 Arrow

Douglas C-47 Skytrain

Ep.2.05, Stakeout

Douglas C-47 Skytrain
Douglas C-47 Skytrain

Piper PA-28-180 Cherokee

Ep.2.05, Stakeout
Some Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee Cruise behind her. Douglas C-47 Skytrain taking-off in the background.

Piper PA-28-180 Cherokee

Aero Commander 500B

Ep.2.05, Stakeout
Registration N230WM, c/n 500B-998-29. Built in 1960, also as HK-2742 in Colombia.

Reg.N230WM Aero Commander 500B

Another one to the left with a Piper PA-28 between them. The C-47 already mentionned rises in the sky.

Reg.N230WM Aero Commander 500B

Bell 47G

Ep.2.08, The Rip-Off

Bell 47G.
Bell 47G.

Aero Commander 500U Shrike Commander

Ep.2.09, Child of Fear
Registration N218M, c/n 500U-1715-26. Built 1967 as N4566E, then N218M. Sold to Australia and operated as VH-EXK on the "Coastwatch" Australian Customs coastal surveillance flights. WFU – cancelled on 22.10.90.

Reg.N218M Aero Commander 500U Shrike Commander
Reg.N218M Aero Commander 500U Shrike Commander
Reg.N218M Aero Commander 500U Shrike Commander

Bell 47G-3B-1

Ep.2.12, The Endangered Species
Registration N7822S, c/n 6613. Built in 1967. Involved in an incident at Site 336A Pad Airport, Castaic, CA, on March 1968, with no fatalities. Main rotor struck adjacent higher terrain, while landing on pad was too small for this type of aircraft.

Reg.N7822S Bell 47G-3B-1.
Reg.N7822S Bell 47G-3B-1.

Unidentified Cessna

Ep.2.16, Death of a Stone Seahorse
One of the many Cessna aircraft with high wings.

Cessna.

Bell 47G-3B-1

Ep.2.19, To Ride a Tiger
Registration N1359X, c/n 6570. Built in 1963. Though it was stated this was a Highway Patrol helicopter, it was actually independently owned by Western Helicopters and not associated with any public agency.

Reg.N1359X Bell 47G-3B-1 of Western Helicopters.
Reg.N1359X Bell 47G-3B-1 of Western Helicopters.

Beechcraft D18S

Ep.2.23, Press Pass to the Slammer
Registration N473E, c/n A-544. Broken-up in 1974 at General Rafael Buelna International Airport, Mazatlán, Sinaloa Mexico.

Reg.N473E Beechcraft D18S.
Reg.N473E Beechcraft D18S.
Reg.N473E Beechcraft D18S.
Reg.N473E Beechcraft D18S.

Boeing 707-323B

Ep.2.23, Press Pass to the Slammer
Still wearing lightning bolt livery. Strange for an episode which ment to be in 1973.

Boeing 707-323B of American Airlines.

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