Rockford discovers the investment firm Fiscal Dynamics is a financial fraud and its president Leon Fielder will do anything to prevent him from destroying his company.

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Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford (as Noah Beery)
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Rockford discovers the investment firm Fiscal Dynamics is a financial fraud and its president Leon Fielder will do anything to prevent him from destroying his company.

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About 12 minutes in, we see Rockford at home wearing a brown shirt and putting on a white sweater as he tells Rocky he's going out. In the very next scene he's wearing a blue shirt and a hounds-tooth jacket. See more »

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A top to bottom fraud
4 November 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

After narrowly escaping the police when James Garner broke into the printing shop of the late Val Bisoglio to obtain evidence, the alliance between Sharon Spelman widow of one of the officers of Fiscal Dynamics and Jim Rockford continues.

Garner has the scent now and he's finding more and more evidence and people who believe this company is a fraud. He's also got the paranoid president Ned Beatty of Fiscal Dynamics on his case and a whole host of people after him. The stock market can be a rough game, but the ways this company plays it's beyond the normal boundaries.

This was a nice two part episode and kudos should be given to both Sharon Spelman and Ned Beatty. For Beatty it's almost a dress rehearsal for the communications conglomerate head he played in Network.


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