The Rockford Files (1974–1980)
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Black Mirror: Part 2 

Rockford's investigation of psychologist Megan Dougherty's stalker leads him to one of her patients who may have a split personality - one of which is a paid killer.

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Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford (as Noah Beery)
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Dennis Becker
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Megan Dougherty
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Danny Green / Jackie Tetuska
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Roger Orloff
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Dr. Carl Rainer
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Charles Martell
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Rockford's investigation of psychologist Megan Dougherty's stalker leads him to one of her patients who may have a split personality - one of which is a paid killer.

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24 November 1978 (USA)  »

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When Jim goes to check out Danny Green, the address - 11558 Riverside Drive, in Los Angeles, is actually, a real apartment building, which still has lanterns on squared cement posts out front. It's a residence, named 'The Marquis'. This is one of the very few times - especially for older TV shows - to show a residence, which not only is real, but, all information given (on the show) about it (building and street number), are real, as well. Usually, a ficticious address (such as the Ricardo's Manhattan address on I Love Lucy, being 623 E. 68th St.) is given, for several reasons, most importantly, is hoping to avoid unwanted fans showing up. See more »

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Jim Rockford: [to Angel Martin] If there was a pictorial representation of your mind, it would look like a fire drill in the state asylum!"
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Satisfactory conclusion
17 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

Hiring Leo Gordon as a bodyguard did no good as he got assaulted by someone who is stalking blind psychiatrist Kathryn Harrold. Time now to bring in the police in the form of Joe Santos. Stuart Margolin helps also, one of the rare times you'll see James Rockford, Angel Martin, and Lieutenant Dennis Becker all working together.

Investigation by both the police and private eye James Rockford dig up the fact that John Pleshette one of Harrold's patients is a contract killer and wanted for questioning in a recent homicide. But she knows him by a different name and a different persona. Schizophrenic, multiple personalities, or one deadly shrewd killer.

This is the question needing to be answered for Kathryn Harrold's stalking problems to be resolved. A fine conclusion to a nice two part Rockford Files story and we would see more of Kathryn Harrold in future episodes.


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