Hoods snatch a stockbroker, and his sister hires Rockford for $23.64, because Jim's in the yellow pages and her big brother instructed her not to dial the cops. Jim's protective of the ... See full summary »

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Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford (as Noah Beery)
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Dennis Becker (credit only)
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Angela Perris
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Hoods snatch a stockbroker, and his sister hires Rockford for $23.64, because Jim's in the yellow pages and her big brother instructed her not to dial the cops. Jim's protective of the naive 25 year old bookkeeper, despite the tiny fee, because he fears her brother is dead, and she can't accept that her only relative, who's always taken care of her, may be mixed up in a securities scam. Written by David Stevens

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In the version seen on MeTV, there is a woman whose mouth is shown in close-up shots on the phone and talking to Rockford to arrange the meeting. She is never identified. See more »

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The last name of FBI director Clarence Kelley is misspelled as "Kelly" on Bettingens and Rockfords federal IDs. 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, it's Jamie at the police impound. They picked up your car again. Lately, they've been driving it more than you have!
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Jim helps a lost girl
4 December 2006 | by (Piperton, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Elayne Heilveil plays a little girl lost whose brother protector has gotten in over his head in a con game. She calls Jim in desperation and plays the sultry but helpless girl. Elayne's is very beautiful and seems to bring out the best in Jim and the Feds, all wanting to solve her problem. The cast is as good as it gets in 70's television, and all members pull their weight. The bad guy goons are frightful, the evil head honcho is suitably nasty, the bit players are suitably clueless yet talkative, the cops are tough yet golden in the end. The interplay between Jim and Elayne is great and one of the better early pairings I've seen in this series.


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