Private investigator Jim Rockford is hired by a beautiful young woman to solve the murder of her father, a homeless man found beneath a pier two months earlier. The killing was never solved by the police.
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While Rockford's voice message plays during the opening introduction, a closeup of his phone shows his number as 555-2368. Rockford has the same phone number as The Twilight Zone: Night Call
(1964) where a wheelchair-bound elderly woman receives mysterious calls in the wee hours of the morning. Although her phone number is displayed with exchange letters to represent the Klondike exchange, KL-5-2368, both letters represent 5 on the dial. See more
There are no bullet impacts in the sand during most of the strafing runs in the desert, but in a couple of the shots there is, so there should be impacts seen from most of the runs. See more
You're a cop, huh?
No, what I am sonny, is about fifty pounds heavier and one hell of a lot meaner so you better straighten up your act, I don't think I like you.
Syndicated repeats are split into two parts, with an alternate opening sequence that features the series' title card over a shot of Rockford's mobile home with the answering machine message, regarding Lt. Chapman's birthday, playing in the background. This opening removes any shots of Noah Beery as he does not appear in the episode. See more
References Bride of Frankenstein