Cannon/The Man Who Couldn't Forget

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The Man Who Couldn't Forget
Season 4, Episode 10
Airdate November 20, 1974
Written by Robert I. Holt
Directed by George McCowan
Produced by Anthony Spinner
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The Man Who Couldn't Forget is the tenth episode of the fourth season of Cannon, and the eighty-third episode overall.

Starring: William Conrad (Frank Cannon)

Guest Stars: Leslie Nielsen (Eric Strauss), Alf Kjellin (Peter Van Damme), Alfred Ryder (Stenoya), James Keach (John Kabe)

Special Guest Star: Joan Van Ark (Anna)

Co-Starring: John Ragin (Lt. Vern Daggett), John Devlin ()

with Robert Boon (), Raymond Kark (), Larry Ellis (), Glen Eckenroth (), Pierre Gonneau ()


Plot Overview

A Holocaust survivor hires Cannon to aid him in finding a powerful Nazi leader.


Arc Advancement



Can a cop come back from the dead? John S. Ragin plays Lt. Vern Daggett in this episode...yet Lt. Daggett was the killer cop that Cannon killed in a shootout a season earlier, in the episode "Dead Lady's Tears" (in the person of Dabney Coleman in that episode). Perhaps that's why Daggett is so antagonistic toward Cannon in this episode (Coleman and Ragin do bear a distinct resemblance to one another, incidentally).



The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments