The Rockford Files (1974–1980)
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Never Send a Boy King to Do a Man's Job: Part 2 

Richie's father has been swindled by a man named Coombs. Jim assembles together a disparate group of con-artists in a complicated scheme using Coombs' anxieties, and even the "Curse" of King Tut, to save Mr. Brockelman from ruin.

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Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford (as Noah Beery)
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Dennis Becker (credit only)
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Harold Jack Coombs
Trisha Noble ...
Odette Lependieu
Pepper Martin ...
Harry Stone
Gary Crosby ...
Larry Litrell
David Hooks ...
Frederick Doyle
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Mrs. Brockleman
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Stanley Brock ...
Cowboy Mickey Martell
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Dr. Wetherford
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Richie's father has been swindled by a man named Coombs. Jim assembles together a disparate group of con-artists in a complicated scheme using Coombs' anxieties, and even the "Curse" of King Tut, to save Mr. Brockelman from ruin.

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Harold Gould, who plays Richie Brockleman's dad, was in the most famous con film, the Academy Award® winner, The Sting. 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.
Denny: Jim, Denny from Denny's Pest Blasters. Got a great deal for ya. We'll rub out your rodents at a tremendously low cost, so call us. We're in the Yellow Pages and we mean business.
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The Revenge of King Tut
7 September 2006 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Part two of this Jim Rockford-Ritchie Brocklemann combo episode is a bit of a letdown, but only a bit. The way they eventually pull the big con over on Coombs seems a bit of a disappointment after the promise of part one.

But otherwise this episode has a good appearance by Stuart Margolin as Angel, Garner is in top form as his Jimmy Jo Meeker character, and we find out more about the past relationship between Rockford and the beautiful Odette (Trisha Noble, doing a fine job). The joy of the confidence men when a big con is pulled off smoothly is a pleasure to behold.


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