A blind psychologist, who is being terrorized by an unknown stalker, turns to Jim for help.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford (as Noah Beery)
Roger Orloff
Myron Katzin
Alan Manson ...
Dr. Carl Rainer
Charles Martell
Peter Tomarken ...
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Thomas A. Geas ...
Maitre'd (as Thomas A Geas)
Jack Garner ...


A blind psychologist, who is being terrorized by an unknown stalker, turns to Jim for help.

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Release Date:

24 November 1978 (USA)  »

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(Technicolor) (as Technicolor ®)

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


During Danny Green's (John Pleshette) first session with Megan, he mentions the hair salon he works at, is sending some other guy - 'Bruce Oliansky'. Oliansky is the surname of John's niece and nephew in-law; Adam & Ingrid. See more »


The phone number on Megan Dougherty's phone is 555-2368, which is the same number used for Jim Rockford's phone. See more »


Jim Rockford: This is Jim Rockford. At the tone leave your name and message, I'll get back to you.
Friend: [beeep and caller talks very quickly] Jim, I leave London four o'clock, arrive in L.A. at nine, I guess that's London time, yep, four to five is nine, minus twelve hours flying... no plus twelve hours, ah but then there's a time change...
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References Ted Mack & the Original Amateur Hour (1948) See more »

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Rockford gets mushy
28 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While this episode isn't close to being one of my favorites, the acting is very strong, as James Garner and Kathryn Harrold(Dr. Dougherty)carry this episode with solid performances and have decent chemistry together. This is more of a mushy episode, with too many kissing scenes between the 2, but it did have a tinge of suspense as the blind doctor is being stalked by someone. It turns out that Danny Green/Jackie Tetuska(John Pleshette)is the stalker, but we find this out much too soon in the episode, and I'm still not positive of the motive, but Rockford beats the guy up in a decent scene. Rocky, Dennis, and Angel all have cool scenes, and I have to admit I enjoyed the scenes Rockford had with these 3 more than those with Harrold. The best scene to me was the opener, which had Rockford and Angel walking on the sunny beach while tossing a football to each other; Angel wanted to borrow the Firebird, but was rebuffed because the mess he left in the car the last time he borrowed it. Also, the weasel Angel wanted to steal the football for his nephew, but Jim would have none of it. I've gotten slightly off track here, but this was still a typical solid episode in the latter years of this great show, and while it's not a favorite of mine, I think the majority of folks would still enjoy it.

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