Harry O (1973–1976)
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Forty Reasons to Kill: Part 2 

Lt. Manny Quinlan travels to Vedero County to help prove Harry's innocence and solve the murder of George Makita. Glenna Nielsen develops feelings for Orwell.

Director:

Daryl Duke

Writers:

Howard Rodman (creator), Stephen Kandel
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David Janssen ... Harry Orwell
Henry Darrow ... Lt. Manuel 'Manny' Quinlan
Joanna Pettet ... Glenna Nielson
Craig Stevens ... Ben Ryerson
Ned Romero ... Deputy Pete Gutierrez
Broderick Crawford ... John Mackenzie (credit only)
Hilarie Thompson ... Laura Silver (as Hilary Thompson)
William Bassett ... Red Kramer (as William H. Bassett)
Mary Maldonado Mary Maldonado ... Elvina, Maid
Wayne Grace ... Ross Terrell
Eleanor Zee Eleanor Zee ... Alice Greeson, Librarian
Pedro Martínez Pedro Martínez ... Martinez
Don Freeman Don Freeman ... Reporter
Lou Frizzell Lou Frizzell ... Sheriff Ira Rankin
Eric Christmas ... Congressman Sam Galbraith
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Lt. Manny Quinlan travels to Vedero County to help prove Harry's innocence and solve the murder of George Makita. Glenna Nielsen develops feelings for Orwell.

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Genres:

Action | Crime | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 December 1974 (USA) See more »

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Warner Bros. Television See more »
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Runtime:

(DVD)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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"Stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron bars a cage," says Harry, quoting from Richard Lovelace's 1642 poem "To Althea, From Prison." The passage's notoriety was elevated by Charlotte Brontë, who included it in her 1853 novel Villette. See more »

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Harry Orwell: [voiceover] When I was a cop, I spent a lot of time around jails, but never in one. I was beginning to understand how the bad guys felt. "Stone walls do not a prison make," a poet once wrote, "nor iron bars a cage." He was wrong.
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Forty Reasons to Kill: Part 2
12 February 2016 | by MissClassicTVSee all my reviews

Part Two starts with Lt. Manny Quinlan visiting Harry in jail in Vadero County. He's been framed for murder. It's a fantastic scene and illustrates for me what a consummate actor David Janssen was. It's such a pleasure watching him work. There are no histrionics or anger, just low-key regret. Manny waves hello when he first gets there and Harry smiles in return. Harry's narration is: ""Stone walls do not a prison make," a poet once wrote, "nor iron bars a cage." He was wrong."

The beautiful and talented Joanna Pettet plays the part of Glenna, the wealthy young woman whose inherited land is held in trust. The breaking of that trust is integral to the plot. But this episode is all about Harry seeking justice and attempting to right all the wrongs that he uncovers. As always, David Janssen is great in this episode.


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