Jim puts up his dukes and steps forward to help a boxing coach who has been framed with bribery and murder.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford (as Noah Beery) (credit only)
Morry Hawthorne
Mary Frann ...
Ruth Beetson-White
Jesus Hernandez (as Rocky Echevarria)
Don White (as Lawrence Casey)
Homer Nelson
Bert Kramer ...
Skip Laforce
Carl Anderson ...
Tony Malavida
Woody Eney ...
F.I. Blassette
Bernard Caplan
Fred Franklyn ...
Priest (as Fredric Franklyn)
John Yates ...
2nd F.B.I. Agent


Jim puts up his dukes and steps forward to help a boxing coach who has been framed with bribery and murder.

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1 December 1978 (USA)  »

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(Technicolor) (as Technicolor ®)

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1.33 : 1
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Steven Bauer was once married to 'Melanie Griffith'. See more »


Jim Rockford: This is Jim Rockford. At the tone leave your name and message, I'll get back to you.
Friend: [beeep] Jim, you give Peg the two hundred for the painting, she owes me seventy and I owe you forty-six for the Christmas trees. Harry still out sixty for the dinner, but at least it'll void that check.
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Creative and legal accounting
17 August 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Kenneth McMillan becomes Jim Rockford's client in this episode. It seems that he's been charged with bribing an immigration official to keep his light heavyweight fighter's grandmother in the country. About that fighter Steven Bauer, McMillan is also being pressured by used car queen Mary Frann who owns fighters like some women own jewelry to sell out. Might be a wise thing to do that because James Garner is one of a number of people he's sold 5% of his fighter to.

Of course it's all a frame, but I have to admire the creative accounting McMillan engaged in. He should be working for the IRS as an auditor instead of a fight manager. And it's all legal.

Of course Garner helps McMillan out of his jackpot. In the bargain he may just get a little nookie. But that might be all he gets.

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