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Did You Know?
About everything I ever have done, in the way of lawsuits against studios, I've won them all, because I was right every time.
When he was starring on The Rockford Files
(1974), having to appear in nearly every scene of the series, doing many of his own stunts, including one that injured his back, was wearing him out. A knee injury from his National Guard days worsened in the wake of the continuous jumping and rolling, all of which led to his 1979 hospitalization, with a bleeding ulcer.
His voice was heard at the beginning of every episode of The Rockford Files
(1974) on the outgoing message for Jim Rockford's answering machine.
"Slick" - as a teen