Tribute To The Rockford Files
From Left To Right: Phonebook
ad for Rockford. A Publicity Shot from the TV show. The cover of the new
DVD on the Rockford Files you can get at any DVD retailer.
Jim Rockford And The Rockford
What PI Vintage Collection Could Be Complete Without Some Info On The
Rockford Files! There are many vintage TV shows about private investigators
but nothing as good as The Rockford Files! As a practicing private investigator,
I had to be home on Friday night to watch the TV show and a group of us
called it "training films".
Here To Listen To Jim Rockford's Answering Machine
Click Here To Watch Rockford Shows On Hulu Online Now
Watch Video Interviews With James Garner
Linked From YouTube. Just Click The Links
Video - James Garner discusses the end of "The Rockford Files
Video Interview James Garner
James Garner on the genesis of "The Rockford Files"
Video - The Rockford Files Theme
Below Are Artifacts
From The Ralph Thomas Collection
Your Own Private Rockford Marathon!
You Can Now Purchase Five (Yes That Is Five!) Seasons
Of The Rockford Files on DVD! Go To Amazon.com
From The Ralph Thomas Collection
here For A Pop-Up Larger Image Of Second Photo Above
TV Prop. Rockford Files
ID Card With His Yellow Page Ad On The Back
Signed Pilot TV Script-
Titled: Backlash Of The Hunter
Dated January 14, 1974 - 97 pages.
Production Code # 81796
Signatures Are: James Garner, Stuart Marglin (Angle), Lindsay
Magner, Joe Santos
Butler, a drunken whino, is murdered by a mysterious figure at
beach. Joe Santos as Sergeant Dennis Becker has a feeling the
case is something
more sinister, but Captain Dell orders him to file it as an inactive
case. Professing herself
as being wealthy, Sara Butler employs private investigator James
Rockford to find out who murdered her father at his normal rate
of $200.00 a day plus expenses.
Thirty Years Of The
Rockford Files (The Book!)
An Inside Look at
America's Greatest Detective Series
by Ed Robertson
photo of James Garner Accepting An Award From Jimmie
And Roe Mesis of PI Magazine. PI
Magazine honored actor James Garner with its first-ever
Outstanding Achievement Award as “Television’s Most
Famous Private Investigator.”
Photo Credit: Kevin Ellis (email@example.com)
Signed Photo With Rockford Files Film Strips
Play The Music
Theme From The Rockford Files
The Rockford Files is generally
regarded as one of the finest private eye series of the 1970s, and indeed
of all time, consistently ranked at or near the top in polls of viewers,
critics, and mystery writers. The series offered superbly-plotted mysteries,
with the requisite amounts of action, yet it was also something of a revisionist
take on the hard-boiled detective genre, grounded more in character than
crime, and infused with humor and realistic relationships. Driven by brilliant
writing, an ensemble of winning characters, and the charm of its star,
James Garner, the series went from prime-time Nielsen hit in the seventies,
to a syndication staple with a loyal cult following in the eighties, spawning
a series of made-for-TV movie sequels beginning in 1994.
Rockford Files Web Sites
Rockford Web Site
You can go to The Rockford Files Fan Club Web Site which has now
been running on the net for over ten years. It's well worth it if
you are a Rockford fan. You can download Rockford's answering machine
recordings, listen to the music theme, review photos and a whole
lot more! I have been following this site for years and it's developer
has recently updated it.
A fan's web site of James Garner
Of Broadcast Communications, The Rockford Files
The Museum Of Broadcast Communications keeps data on TV programs.
This is their Rockford Files page.
Ralph D. Thomas PI Vintage Collection
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