The RV family from hell decides to set up camp next door to Jim's trailer, just when he's got the recovery of a stolen diamond on his mind.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford (as Noah Beery)
Stephen Kalifer
Carl Wronko
Christopher Cary ...
Ginger Townsend
Mike Trevino
Luke Andreas ...
James Luisi ...
Gretchen Corbett ...
Hunter von Leer ...
Skip Speece (as Hunter Von Leer)
Jennifer Markes ...
Shareen Wronko
Michael Morgan ...
Sean Wronko
Susan Davis ...
Dot Wronko
Donny B. Waugh


The RV family from hell decides to set up camp next door to Jim's trailer, just when he's got the recovery of a stolen diamond on his mind.

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16 December 1977 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Rockford's grill is a Cookmaster 24" with the adjustable grill. See more »


When Rockford is awakened at 6:15 in the morning by the RV family, the sun is low in the sky over the water, indicating it is actually late in the afternoon instead of early in the morning. See more »


Jim Rockford: [Jim walks over to the lifeguard's chair, which is surrounded by a bevy of girls in bikinis] Hey Skip, 'scuse me Skip. You were on duty yesterday. You remember that Road Queen with the big boat on the back that was parked over there. You wouldn't happen know where they went?
Skip Speece: Ladies?
[the girls drift away]
Skip Speece: She hit on you too?
Jim Rockford: Who?
Skip Speece: Who? Shareen.
Jim Rockford: You mean the little girl?
Skip Speece: Was that a humungous little bod? I'm making my morning patrol on the beach in my jeep. She's out there with this headset on, so I...
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References Flying Leathernecks (1951) See more »

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10-4, Rockford
18 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode has just about everything I like for this show, namely how Rockford portrays both a funny and angry side, several Firebird shots, and many excellent shots of sunny California. It is a pleasing episode to watch, and has interesting aspects revolving around a visiting family from Indiana, and a diamond heist. Ken Swafford stars as the ambitious rv driver, who, along with his quirky family decide to embark on a major trip to the west coast(guess who they end up parking next to?); Swafford has the distinction of starring in the final Rockford Files episode that was filmed, in 1979. There's a seriously funny scene when the daughter needs to use Jim's bathroom; you have to see his face as he sits on the steps waiting for her, as her mother tells her to spray when she's done. Anyway, Rockford is hired as a consultant with an insurance man(George Wyner)trying to make a deal with the men who stole the diamond, but things go awry, and now another crew is after the jewel, led by a man with a strange accent which appeared slightly out of place, but I digress. Watch as Rockford operates a cb(remember them?)when trying to locate the family, and adds a phony accent to make it even funnier. Lastly, there's a cool scene with Dennis and Chapman interrogating Jim and the insurance man, when Jim gets thrown into the drink while the other man walks away, much to the bewilderment of Jim. Add a bbq and Rocky and we have a winner here.

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