The Rockford Files: Season 3, Episode 3

The Family Hour (8 Oct. 1976)

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Jim and Rocky find an abandoned young girl that leads to Jim finding and helping her father.

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Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford (as Noah Beery)
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Stuart Gaily
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Agent Al Jollett - DEA
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Jim and Rocky find an abandoned young girl that leads to Jim finding and helping her father.

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Rocky asks the little girl, Marin, who she trusts. She replies that she trusts Johnny Carson. One of Johnny Carson's early television jobs was to host a game show called "Who Do You Trust". See more »

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Frank: [Beep and loud background noise comes on] Hey Jim, it's Frank. Me and Ellie's down here for our convention. Can't wait to see you!
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Frank: Should be over at your place about one a.m. Banzai, Buddy!
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Little Girl Abandoned
8 April 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

James Garner and Noah Beery, Jr., are about to go on a fishing trip when Garner finds little Kim Richards on the beach near his trailer. Her dad Burt Young abandoned her when a couple of nasty dudes with weapons were tailing them. Even Rocky kind of melts when Richards says mom has died and daddy has left her with those people chasing him.

It's quite a story involving a dope peddling racket and Drug Enforcement Agency with hard nosed Ken Swofford as the lead investigator chasing Young. But don't believe everything you hear from the guest stars here and that even includes Richards at some points.

Nice enough episode and I think Noah Beery, Jr. gets center stage in this one along with the guest stars. In the end it turns into quite a haul for Joe Santos. Even Stuart Margolin gets briefly into the act when Garner needs his conman skills to nail the bad guys.


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