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The Manhunter

The Manhunter



A 1930s detective show which starred Ken Howard as Dave Barrett, a former Marine who turned bounty hunter after the death of his fiancee in a bank robbery. Barrett traveled the highways and byways of the nation during the Great Depression and did battle against the public enemies of that era. Robert Hogan played his occasional sidekick, Sheriff Paul Tate, and Ford Rainey, Hilarie Thompson, and Claudia Bryar played the immediate members of Barrett's family. The Manhunter was produced by the legendary Quinn Martin and his QM Productions. Martin had previously produced such shows as The Fugitive, The FBI, Cannon, The Streets of San Francisco, Barnaby Jones, and 12 O'Clock High. Unfortunately for Martin, despite a pretty big buildup the ratings for The Manhunter never really took off and the show was cancelled after one season on the air.

Episode Info

Final: 1x21 -- To Kill a Tiger (Feb/26/1975)



Cast
Ken HowardKen Howard
As Dave Barrett
Ken HowardKen Howard
As Dave Barrett
Robert HoganRobert Hogan
As Paul Tate
Robert HoganRobert Hogan
As Paul Tate
Ford RaineyFord Rainey
As James Barrett
Ford RaineyFord Rainey
As James Barrett
Claudia BryarClaudia Bryar
As Mary Barrett
Claudia BryarClaudia Bryar
As Mary Barrett
Hilary ThompsonHilary Thompson
As Lizabeth Barrett
Hilary ThompsonHilary Thompson
As Lizabeth Barrett
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Recurring Guests

R.G. Armstrong as Sheriff Mosely (3 eps)
Tim O'Connor as Ben Marks (3 eps)
Darrell Fetty as Wayne Kroger (2 eps)
Mark Hamill as Mark (2 eps)
Alan Fudge as Ned Fawcett (2 eps)
Jack Donner as guest star (2 eps)
John Anderson as Aaron Denver (2 eps)
Arlene Golonka as guest star (2 eps)
Dana Elcar as Sitwell (2 eps)
Joan Tompkins as Mrs. Beal (2 eps)

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Network: CBS ( USA)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Crime, Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Airs: Wednesdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 11, 1974
Ended: March 12, 1975
Akas
• Cazador de Criminales (Used In Colombia)
• Le Justicier (Used In France)
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