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Gandolph Fitch (Character)
from "The Rockford Files" (1974)

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  1. "The Rockford Files"
    ... aka "Jim Rockford, Private Investigator" - USA (syndication title)
        - Second Chance (1977) TV episode, Played by Isaac Hayes
        - Just Another Polish Wedding (1977) TV episode, Played by Isaac Hayes
        - The Hammer of C Block (1976) TV episode, Played by Isaac Hayes

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From "The Rockford Files: Second Chance (#4.4)" (1977)
Jim Rockford: [after a rough tustle with a pair of goons, Jim and his friend Gandy have won the upper hand, Gandy holding a shotgun in their faces] All right, I'll call the cops.
Gandolph Fitch: No! No cops!
Jim Rockford: Hey Gandy! Come on!
Gandolph Fitch: No cops! If they blow it I'm still on the hook for murder! Theda'll probably get killed in the process! Stay behind if you want, but this wimp's taking me to Theda!
Jim Rockford: Gandy there's no telling how many guys Shapiro bailed out with that second chance program! The night shift's probably loaded with apes just like these two!
Gandolph Fitch: We've got nothing to worry about.
Jim Rockford: Not we, Gandy, you!
Gandolph Fitch: I'm paying you to do a job, so stop wimping and punch in!
Jim Rockford: You can't pay me enough to handle this gig! It's a police matter now! Let them deal with it!
Gandolph Fitch: How about 25 percent of my 10 percent of Theda's recording deal? Contract's gonna be signed tomorrow.
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