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Eddie LaSalle (Character)
from "The Rockford Files" (1974)

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  1. "The Rockford Files"
    ... aka "Jim Rockford, Private Investigator" - USA (syndication title)
        - The Attractive Nuisance (1978) TV episode, Played by Victor Jory

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From "The Rockford Files: The Attractive Nuisance (#4.14)" (1978)
Eddie LaSalle: [Jim has entered the room of a seedy hotel and is searching it when the occupant suddenly returns - carrying a gun] Hang it up! Get on your feet Rockford!
[he searches Jim]
Jim Rockford: Hey, what do you want with me and my father?
Eddie LaSalle: Sit down! One day you pukes are going to realize some of us on the other side don't care about your juice and your connections in Washington!
Jim Rockford: What are you talking about?
Eddie LaSalle: I'm talking about Ted DeAngelo, who after a life of disappointment puts on his three-piece suit and with his badge in his hand, jumps out a ten-storey window in 'Frisco cause he just can't stand it no more. I'm talking about guys like Nessie, who paid for the funeral and died broke.
Jim Rockford: Nessie?
Eddie LaSalle: Elliot and me put maybe fifty, maybe more, of you smartheads in our fruit jar, but you just kept coming back.
Jim Rockford: Elliot Ness? Are we talking about the Elliot Ness. 'Cause if it's any consolation to you mister, Elliot Ness was one of my childhood idols!
Eddie LaSalle: So you pay him back by hooking up with Coppobianco, huh?
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