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Thirty Years of The Rockford Files: An Inside Look at America's…

by Ed Robertson

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"An important history in the entertainment world." -The Salisbury Post "The most comprehensive episode guide ever seen in any book." -Television Chronicles "Another great work by Robertson He's still the standard by which TV reference should be judged." -Popocalypse World of Fun He looked like Steve McGarrett. He dressed like Joe Mannix. But Jim Rockford acted like no detective we'd ever seen-and television audiences have loved him for over 30 years. Fueled by innovative writing, unforgettable characters, and the star power of James Garner, The Rockford Files (NBC, 1974-1980) is one of the most popular, successful and endearing TV series ever made. Winner of five Emmys, including Best Actor (Garner) and Best Dramatic Series (1978), Rockford came back with a splash in 1994 as a series of movies on CBS. Reruns of the original Files have played continuously throughout the world since 1980, while the CBS movies have been a staple on cable since 2001. Get the inside scoop on this landmark series in Thirty Years of The Rockford Files, featuring insight from series star James Garner; commentary from the show's principal writers, producers and actors; interesting factoids about the original NBC series and the CBS reunion movies; original artwork; rare, behind-the-scenes photographs; and much, much more. Visit the author's web site: www.edrobertson.com… (more)

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"An important history in the entertainment world." -The Salisbury Post "The most comprehensive episode guide ever seen in any book." -Television Chronicles "Another great work by Robertson He's still the standard by which TV reference should be judged." -Popocalypse World of Fun He looked like Steve McGarrett. He dressed like Joe Mannix. But Jim Rockford acted like no detective we'd ever seen-and television audiences have loved him for over 30 years. Fueled by innovative writing, unforgettable characters, and the star power of James Garner, The Rockford Files (NBC, 1974-1980) is one of the most popular, successful and endearing TV series ever made. Winner of five Emmys, including Best Actor (Garner) and Best Dramatic Series (1978), Rockford came back with a splash in 1994 as a series of movies on CBS. Reruns of the original Files have played continuously throughout the world since 1980, while the CBS movies have been a staple on cable since 2001. Get the inside scoop on this landmark series in Thirty Years of The Rockford Files, featuring insight from series star James Garner; commentary from the show's principal writers, producers and actors; interesting factoids about the original NBC series and the CBS reunion movies; original artwork; rare, behind-the-scenes photographs; and much, much more. Visit the author's web site: www.edrobertson.com

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