Rockford gives himself a headache trying to solve the connection between a 30 year old murder, a valuable missing painting and Nazi Germany.
Did You Know?
The phone message heard at the beginning of this episode is essentially a part two of the message heard on the previous episode, as both concern a typographical error in a newspaper's want ad for goats. See more
The Renault with the two Frenchmen has no rear view mirror during the interior shots, but facing the car the rear view mirror is there. See more
[Jim runs into Karen Hall at what had been her childhood home. A realtor's showing the 2 around, and as he's explaining the space, Jim hustles Karen off to another room, where he talks in a hushed voice
What I want to know is; where did you come up with that ridiculous alias? I mean, are you nuts? You're running around with a name that one of the biggest Nazis dreamed up for his summer home?
The opening credits do not begin until the nine minute mark and are shown over archival footage of Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany. See more
References Black Diamonds
The Rockford Files
(Main Title Theme)
Written by Mike Post
and Pete Carpenter See more