Cannon (1971–1976)
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The Wedding March 

Cannon and a female vice squad officer who's on leave after being viciously beaten while undercover posing as a prostitute go after this same man who has previously beaten prostitutes to death while playing the music "The Wedding March".

Director:

Leo Penn

Writers:

Edward Hume (developed for television by), Brad Radnitz
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
William Conrad ... Frank Cannon
James Olson ... Judge Norman Killian
Julie Adams ... Sylvia Killian
Paula Kelly ... Cora Bloom
Jack Ging ... Rick Harney
Vic Tayback ... Capt. Marsh
Tina Louise ... Nell Dexter
Carmen Argenziano ... Alex Shuller
Cherry Davis Cherry Davis ... Nancy Prochak
Joseph Burke Joseph Burke ... Mike Prochak
Robert Brubaker ... Minister
Michael Alaimo Michael Alaimo ... Lawyer
Dan Magiera Dan Magiera ... Pimp
Irene Gilbert Irene Gilbert ... Secretary
Brick Huston Brick Huston ... Gantman
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Cannon and a female vice squad officer who's on leave after being viciously beaten while undercover posing as a prostitute go after this same man who has previously beaten prostitutes to death while playing the music "The Wedding March".

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Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 November 1975 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The title refers to the composition "Here Comes the Bride" which is also known as "The Wedding March", "The Bridal Chorus" and "Treulich geführt" from the opera "Lohengrin" by the German composer Richard Wagner and was first performed in Weimar, Germany in 1850. See more »

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That guy has issues!
14 August 2018 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

At the beginning of the show, Nell (Tina Louise) is working vice and posing as a prostitute. Her trick turns out to be a real maniac. First, he insists on playing Wagner's "Wedding March". Second, when the music starts, he starts beating the snot out of her! Fortunately, backup arrives...though the creep escapes. Later, when Nell goes back and checks the records, she realizes that this guy has struck before---and she asks Cannon to help her so that he doesn't strike again. However, one of the previous victims of this guy refuses to talk with them and instead decides to make a big killing. After all, the maniac turns out to be a judge...and the guy is in line to become Lieutenant Governor!! Will she make a huge financial killing...or will she just end up being killed? And what about Cannon and Nell?

This is a very sick and disturbing episode of "Cannon". Now I am not complaining or saying it's gratuitous, but it clearly pushed the envelope for what was allowable on network TV back in 1975!

So, is it any good? Yes...but it's also rather brutal and twisted. It is NOT a show I'd recommend you let kids watch, that's for sure. Plus, if you've been a victim of assault, then I would avoid it! Still, it is well made and never bores!


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