The Greg Gutfeld Show debuts Sunday at 10 p.m. ET on the Fox News Channel. The former Red Eye host’s new program will have a comedic-commentary format, with parodies of current events and humorous monologues on news-worthy topics. We...Show More Summary
Unless you’re a child of the 70s, odds are you’ve never heard of the Rockford Files. It was a TV program featuring the adventures of private investigator Jim Rockford, as played by James Garner. In the show, Garner can be seen performing one of the all-time classic stunt driving maneuvers. Show More Summary
Zap2it: Are you a fan of detective shows such as "Backstrom"?Rainn Wilson: I always loved them growing up. I never missed a "Rockford Files" or a "Columbo," and I think "Backstrom" is kind of the most messed-up version of "Columbo."Show More Summary
Why didn't we listen? The fourth season of The Rockford Files, arguably the greatest television show of all time, features a "futuristic" storyline about a terrible threat. What if a private corporation used computers to gather personal information on hundreds of millions of Americans? Could we trust them with that data? Read more...
My friend Adam is a great guy. He is a first generation American, Air Force Officer and genuinely pleasant person. Like anyone else, he has his preferences and dogmas. He believes television peaked with “The Rockford Files” and owns the complete series on DVD. Show More Summary
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Chase talked with Speakeasy about the new "Sopranos" boxed set, his projects in development and what he thinks about a potential "Rockford Files" movie starring Vince Vaughn.
I’m a big fan of old cop and detective shows. One of my favorites is The Rockford Files that aired in the 1970s and starred the legendary James Garner as private detective Jim Rockford. The Rockford Files was famous for the car chase scenes in which Rockford would race down bad guys in his Firebird Esprit. Rockford’s signature car […]
In the late 70s, David Chase wrote a pair of episodes of The Rockford Files, a detective series on NBC. Those episodes were something of a prototype for The Sopranos, which Chase would create two decades later for HBO. In Just a Coupla Guys, Tony the mob boss (Antony Ponzini) is a doting father who also happens to be a killer. Show More Summary
James Garner passed away from a heart attack, according to TMZ. The site obtained his death certificate, which said that "The Rockford Files" star died from an "acute myocardial infarction."
A massive heart attack killed actor James Garner.According to the death certificate -- obtained by TMZ -- Garner died from acute myocardial infarction. "The Rockford Files" star died July 19 at his Los Angeles home.The death certificate…
This article originally appeared at Cinematically Insane and appears here with the author’s permission. A gang from Newark’s South Side is hiding Vinnie Martine’s body in a restaurant freezer. Tony’s mad because Anthony Jr. got caught pranking another mobster. Show More Summary
Congratulations to first-time commenter JC, who correctly guessed that the building that was a linen supply company on The Rockford Files sits at the northeast corner of Willoughby and Highland, and is home in real life to the Alsco...
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James Garner, star of such Hollywood television and film classics as Maverick and The Rockford Files, has passed away at his home at the age of 86. Garner is believed to have died of natural causes. While Garner is best known for his television and movie roles, he was also a certified car guy. Show More Summary
From the Rockford Files to working with Ryan Gosling, the handsome leading man leaves behind a family and extensive filmography.
'The Rockford Files' star James Garner passed away on Saturday in his Los Angeles home at the age of 86. [...]
James Garner, a television and film actor whose career spanned more than five decades, died at his home in Los Angeles on Saturday. He was 86.
Best known for his hit TV series 'The Rockford Files,' also Garner was a supporter of liberal causes and attended Dr. Martin Luther King’s March on Washington in 1963. The post Veteran Screen Actor James Garner Dies at 86 appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The actor was a former racing team owner and drove the pace car in the Indianapolis 500 three times. Many knew him for his iconic portrayals on the television shows "Maverick" and "The Rockford Files," racing fans, however, knew James Garner as more than just an actor. Show More Summary