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 »
[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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Part two of the story in which Jim Rockford tries to find the psycho who has been stalking and threatening the pretty blind psychologist, Dr. Megan Daugherty (Kathryn Harrold), whom he met on the beach in part one. This is a rather dramatic and more serious episode than many in the Rockford Files. However, it is done well and gives James Garner a chance to play both dramatic and romantic scenes with Ms. Harrold. Although at times he seems to be playing it a little bit too goo-goo-eyed for a guy like Jim Rockford, all in all he carries it off. Twenty years later, Dr. Daugherty (and Kathyn Harrold) would return to Rockford's life in the TV movie Rockford Files: Crime and Punishment.
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