A washed-up comedian finds out about a Mob family member's secret, and gets Jim in trouble by framing him for a murder.

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Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford (as Noah Beery)
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Kenny Bell
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A washed-up comedian finds out about a Mob family member's secret, and gets Jim in trouble by framing him for a murder.

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Gilbert Green (August Silvan) was only eight years older than Jason Evers, who played his son. See more »

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When Rockford and Beth are leaving the police station, Beth closes the car door on her dress. See more »

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Jim Rockford: This is Jim Rockford. At the tone leave your name and message, I'll get back to you.
Sue Ellen: [Beeep] Mr. Rockford? Sue Ellen. Our class is having that crazy scavenger hunt I told you about. If you're wondering what happened to your trailer door, it's gonna win me first prize!
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17 August 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I notice this is on the ME-TV schedule tonight and I discovered by reading these reviews that I saw this many years ago. Perhaps in its original airing. I remember the scene between the father and son. After listening to his father's denunciation of his lifestyle the son replied with a tired haughty tone, 'Don't you think that all has a rather piquant quality?' The father replied dismissively, 'No, I don't use those kinds of words.' As for Chuck McCann, I remember him on a talk show doing a hilarious imitation of Robert Cummings being much older than he appeared. He mimed Cummings putting on a youthful mask and having a small tape recorder in his mouth instead of using his actual voice. The tape recorder rewinding sounded very real.


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