After a late night phone call Beth hires Jim to look for a missing friend who eventually turns up dead. The dead woman worked for a fashion designer who is unknowingly in up to her neck with some very bad "fellas".

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Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford (as Noah Beery) (credit only)
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Bob Coleman
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George Macklan
Gretchen Corbett ...
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Fashion Designer Adrienne Clarke
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Ray Porter
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Millie
Doria Cook-Nelson ...
Margo Adams (as Doria Cook)
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Darren Weeks (as Robert B. Hays)
John Furlong ...
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Ed Crick ...
Gas Station Attendant
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After a late night phone call Beth hires Jim to look for a missing friend who eventually turns up dead. The dead woman worked for a fashion designer who is unknowingly in up to her neck with some very bad "fellas".

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When Jim calls Macklan, who's got Ms. Clarke hostage, Macklan's secretary patches the call through to his car phone, which is a Motorola Model TLD-1100, originally manufactured in 1964 (and weighed in excess of 80lbs!) See more »

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When Rockford calls Becker from a gas station pay phone, as he walks away the station's two real pay phone booths can be seen on the other side of the station. 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.
Caller: Hi, Jim, thanks for the dinner invitation. I'd love to, but does it have to be the taco stand?
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Hill Street Blue Sleep
27 June 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While this show isn't quite up to snuff just yet, and I usually recommend episodes starting in 1976, I have to say that it's getting close to becoming the great show we all know and love. There was some fine acting performances from Gretchen Corbett, Michael Conrad(Hill Street Blues), Janet MacLachlan, and especially Robert Webber, who plays a great bad guy; look for the first acting gig from Robert Hays, who has a cameo, but doesn't add too much. I'm not going to go into much of the story, but a few interesting tidbits include the rare shot of Jim sleeping in the trailer at night, and a nice red Firebird being yanked from the river, which was the victim's; seeing such a cool car destroyed almost broke my heart. I thought the angle of the original bad guy looking guilty, then unexpectedly getting himself killed, was some great writing. Dennis and the Firebird make a few appearances to round out a solid episode.


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