Once again by request of my dear husband, we take another look at Moose, the hep-cat bookie of the Mannix episode “The Odds Against Donald Jordan”. We first met Moose on March 1, 1969. Here he discusses the gambling history of the aforementioned Mr. Jordan with a none-too-pleased Mannix (Mike Connors).
As I’ve previously lamented, it’s too bad some savvy producer didn’t see the potential in a Moose spin-off series. He never returned to Mannix either. A low-down dirty shame.
OK, I promise – not another April Fools post like last year. Just a regular pic o’the day, this time from “The Odds Against Donald Jordan”, the Mannix episode that was first aired on March 1, 1969. Groovy bookie Moose gets a load of his old pal Mannix (Mike Connors).
At the helm for this episode was Stuart Hagmann, who enjoyed a brief career in television directing commercials, episodes of Mannix, Mission Impossible and Bronk, and several TV movies. He also directed the occasional feature film, most notably the student protest drama The Strawberry Statement (1970). He was apparently recently interviewed for the Mondo Film Podcast, but the posting has disappeared.
In our continuing quest to re-post all the videos we’ve already posted because there aren’t anymore to post, this week’s video is Timothy’s performance in its entirety from the Mannix episode “The Odds Against Donald Jordan”. It first aired on March 1, 1969. Mannix (Mike Connors) pays a visit to his hipster bookie pal Rasmussen, affectionately known as Moose.
How awesome would it have been to have Moose as a recurring character on the show? Alas, it was not to be. “Come around and see me, dad! Dig?”
Today we revisit Tim’s priceless cameo as Moose, hep-cat bookie and Mannix’s old gambling pal, of the Mannix episode “The Odds Against Donald Jordan.” It was first broadcast on March 1, 1969. He is encouraging Mannix (Mike Connors) to “Come and see me, dad! You dig?”, imitating the shake and throw of the dice.
Connors, born Krekor Ohanian (he’s of Armenian descent), was known as Touch Connors during his early career, a nickname he acquired during his college basketball days. He recently sued CBS/Paramount, claiming that he has never received any royalties from Mannix. I can’t seem to find any word on the results of the suit.
Today we revisit the Mannix episode “The Odds Against Donald Jordan,” first broadcast on March 1, 1969. Mannix (Mike Connors) is paying a visit to his hipster bookie pal Moose to, well, get the odds against this Donald Jordan fellow (James Olson).
Tim has a great rapport with Connors here. How cool would it have been to have Moose become a recurring character on the series? About as cool as it’s possible to get, that’s how cool. Alas, it was not to be.
It’s way past time to revisit the Mannix episode “The Odds Against Donald Jordan,” which first aired on March 1, 1969. When Mannix (Mike Connors) needs the 411 on who’s been playing the ponies, he turns to his old pal Moose, his hepcat at the betting parlor.
For a video of this wonderful scene, please revisit this here post. It’s nice to see Timothy simply arranging bets on racehorses this time, instead of shooting them. You dig?
I just realized that I posted a video of this a while back, but no pic yet! What the…? Anyway, here is Tim in the Mannix episode “The Odds Against Donald Jordan,” first broadcast on March 1, 1969. He portrays Mannix’s hipster pal Moose, another “man on the street” type of role that could have become a great recurring character.
I can just see Moose in his own spin-off series. Come see me, dad! You dig?
It’s Wednesday already! Our video of the week highlights Tim’s only appearance on the television detective series Mannix, starring Mike Connors. The episode is “The Odds Against Donald Jordan,” which was first broadcast on March 1, 1969. Tim is Rasmussen, affectionately known as Moose, Mannix’s pony-playing hipster pal. You get the feeling that they’re attempting to set up Moose as a recurring character, but alas, it was not meant to be.
My dear friend Heather Drain says about this scene, “Life should always be this good.” I concur. Come around and see me, dad! You dig?