Jim becomes very concerned when Rocky starts receiving thousands of dollars through the mail.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford (as Noah Beery)
Agent Steiner
Electric Larry
Joshua Bryant ...
Agent Mike Wolf
John Chappell ...
Frank Blake
Girl in Tub
Gretchen Corbett ...
Harry Smick
Jud Brown
Tony (as Michael Lane)


Jim becomes very concerned when Rocky starts receiving thousands of dollars through the mail.

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1 April 1977 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


In this episode, Rocky wins a contest and goes on a free trip to Hawaii. In season six, apparently they forgot about this episode. Jim wins a trip for two to Hawaii and takes Rocky, who goes on and on about never having seen Hawaii before. See more »


When Rockford looks up the address for Carson and Carroll, the close-up on the phone book clearly shows the address as 10001 Ave of the Stars. But when he gets there to clean the carpets, the address is stated as 6410 Spencer Street. See more »


Beth Davenport: I hope Angel won't say anything that's gonna get Rocky into trouble.
Jim Rockford: Hey, Angel has been in stir, he knows better than to talk without his lawyer present and you're his lawyer. Angel knows better - he'll keep his mouth shut.
Evelyn 'Angel' Martin: [Scene changes to Angel being interrogated by Federal Agents]
Evelyn 'Angel' Martin: See, you want to be talking to Jim Rockford and his father, Joseph. Let me spell that for ya: That's Rockford, R-O-C-K-F-O-R-D.
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One of the best episodes EVER!
26 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This reran on a local indie station today, (Sept 26, 2006) and it brought back a lot of fine memories! Even though the basic plot premise was a little weak, stellar performances by Roger E. Mosley and Stuart Margolin really highlight a lot of fine writing! This is VINTAGE Rockford! Classic lines include: Even as Jim was telling his dad that Angel Martin knew to keep his mouth shut, Angel was spilling his guts to the feds "It was the ROCKFORD GANG! R O C K F O R D!" And Mosley's soliloquy as a loan shark, "You don't get no terms!" is one of the best in TV drama EVER! And Angel, ever in search of a free haircut, gets his in the end!

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