The Rockford Files: Season 2, Episode 17

Joey Blue Eyes (30 Jan. 1976)

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Jim helps one of Beth's clients, who is being swindled out of his business.

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Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford (as Noah Beery) (credit only)
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Paulette DiMinna
Robert Yuro ...
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Jim helps one of Beth's clients, who is being swindled out of his business.

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The big car chase takes place in the streets of Long Beach and the old Long Beach Pike. Coincidentally this is where they now hold the Long Beach Grand Prix every spring. See more »

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He Needed and got a con job
3 October 2012 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Michael Ansara guest stars in this Rockford Files episode where he plays an ex-con, one that James Garner didn't meet in the joint, but who made a great effort to go straight, now running a restaurant and about to lose it because of some con job and a crooked lawyer who was really working for his partner James Luisi. Yes, I did say James Luisi who later was memorable as Rockford's sworn foe in the LAPD, Lt. Chapman.

There is an element of poignancy here with Ansara who is trying so hard not be a recidivist and go back to a life of leg breaking which he was for the mob. But he does have a temper and he and Garner do not hit it off at first. But Gretchen Corbett convinces him to help as does Ansara's daughter Suzanne Charny.

What is fascinating here is that Garner says to Corbett and Ansara that he needs a Certified Public Accountant rather than a detective. Turns out he needs a con man and Garner sure qualifies for that. Of course getting dragged in a bit reluctantly on that end is Stuart Margolin.

For someone who is not the bravest guy in the world Stuart Margolin sure lives on the edge. But he's positively pathological addicted to conning people and he can't resist a good fleecing. I knew a lawyer who later become a judge who didn't have the greatest of reputations who was just like that.

I enjoy a good fleecing to, but only when its on television like this Rockford Files episode where it happens to people who really deserve it.


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