Private investigator Jim Rockford is hired by a beautiful young woman to solve the murder of her father, a homeless man found beneath a pier two months earlier. The killing was never solved by the police. Written by
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The entrance to Mrs. Elias' house is a beautiful colonial-style mansion, located in the Hollywood Hills (since torn down. 'Progress'). Yet all the interiors - and the back yard exteriors, are of one of Hollywood's most iconic homes; the sleek, simple, angular, modernist-style Stahl House, also in the Hills. As Jim goes out back to talk with Mrs. Elias, it's hard not to have one's eyes diverted to look at the incredible panoramic views (of both Nita Talbot
, but, also the house). This property has been used in countless adverts, and films. A very incongruous pairing, indeed! See more
Mrs. Elias beautiful house - shown in the first establishing exterior shot as a stoned, Tudor-style home, with sweeping views from a mountain-side perspective, is, in fact not in Vegas (Vegas is a flat desert), but, is considered an iconic example of modern architecture, in the Hollywood Hills. It's Stahl Case House N°22 - 1635 Woods Drive, Los Angeles, CA. See more
You know what's wrong with karate Jerry? It's based on the ridiculous assumption that the other guy will fight fair.
Referenced in The Nice Guys