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1986 Oscar Nominee: Best Actor in Murphy's Romance
1986 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in Murphy's Romance
1986 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in Murphy's Romance

James Garner

James Garner was born April 7, 1928, in Norman, Okla. He dropped out of high school and joined the Merchant Marines, then won a Purple Heart for his Korean War Service. When a friend cast him in the Broadway production of "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial," he got the acting bug.

Garner debuted on-screen in 1956's Toward the Unknown (his first of many soldier roles) and the next year was cast in the popular TV Western "Maverick." His easygoing style enlivened many a comedy and action film in the '60s and '70s -- among them The Great Escape, The Americanization of Emily, Grand Prix, Support Your Local Sheriff! and Skin Game -- and he had another TV success with "The Rockford Files."

Garner moved into character roles in the '80s, nabbing a Best Actor Oscar nomination for Murphy's Romance (1985). Other Garner appearances include Victor/Victoria, Maverick (feature version) and Space Cowboys.

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Pioneers of Television: Season 2  2011  3.9 ★ 240 mins Television
PBS's tribute to the geniuses working during the formative days of television returns with profiles of the shows and performers who revolutionized four important genres: crime, science fiction, Westerns and children's shows. Highlights include Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner discussing the influence of "Star Trek," Linda Evans and James Garner exploring their Western roots, and Angie Dickinson reflecting on her influential crime drama.


Pioneers of Television: Season 2  2011  4.0 ★ 240 mins Television
PBS's tribute to the geniuses working during the formative days of television returns with profiles of the shows and performers who revolutionized four important genres: crime, science fiction, Westerns and children's shows. Highlights include Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner discussing the influence of "Star Trek," Linda Evans and James Garner exploring their Western roots, and Angie Dickinson reflecting on her influential crime drama.


Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam  2010  3.7 ★ 61 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13
This collection of DC Showcase animated shorts boasts the teaming-up of two of DC's most powerful heroes -- Superman (voiced by George Newbern) and Captain Marvel (Jerry O'Connell) -- as they battle villain Black Adam (Arnold Vosloo) and cope with the ethics of utilizing superpowers. Billy Batson, who assumes the mantle of Captain Marvel, turns to Superman for guidance on the moral implications of seeking justice ... or is it revenge?


Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam  2010  3.8 ★ 61 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13
This collection of DC Showcase animated shorts boasts a partnership between two of DC's biggest heroes: Superman and Captain Marvel, who battle villain Black Adam and wrestle with the ethics of using their powers.


Battle for Terra  2007  3.5 ★ 85 mins Children & Family Rated: PG
In this animated feature, a spirited teenage alien resolves to keep human invaders from pulling off a hostile takeover of her peaceful planet, Terra, by kidnapping and nursing back to health a human pilot whose aircraft crashed on her turf.


Battle for Terra  2007  3.5 ★ 85 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: PG
In this animated feature, a spirited teenage alien resolves to keep human invaders from pulling off a hostile takeover of her peaceful planet, Terra, by kidnapping and nursing back to health a human pilot whose aircraft crashed on her turf.


The Ultimate Gift  2006  4.1 ★ 114 mins Dramas Rated: PG RT:32%
When his wealthy grandfather (James Garner) finally dies, Jason Stevens (Drew Fuller) fully expects to benefit when it comes to the reading of the will. But instead of a sizable inheritance, Jason receives a test, a series of tasks he must complete before he can get any money. Oscar nominee Abigail Breslin and former beauty queen Lee Meriwether also star in this coming-of-age drama based on the novel by Jim Stovall.


The Ultimate Gift  2006  4.1 ★ 114 mins Drama Rated: PG
When his wealthy grandfather finally dies, Jason Stevens fully expects to benefit when it comes to the reading of the will. But instead of a sizable inheritance, Jason receives a test, a series of tasks he must complete before he can get any money.


Baja 1000 Classic  2005  3.5 ★ 48 mins Sports & Fitness Rated: NR
Wes Brown (grandson of Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Bruce Brown) and his partner, T.J. Barrack, go to the family vault once again and come back with another winner, capturing the second running of one of the most famous off-road races in the world: the Baja 1000. Covering more than 1,000 miles, a cadre of racers -- including Larry Berquist and Parnelli Jones -- speed across the grueling, unforgivable terrain of the Baja peninsula.


Baja 1000 Classic  2005  3.5 ★ 48 mins Sports & Fitness Rated: NR
Wes Brown (grandson of Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Bruce Brown) and his partner, T.J. Barrack, go to the family vault once again and come back with another winner, capturing the second running of one of the most famous off-road races in the world: the Baja 1000. Covering more than 1,000 miles, a cadre of racers -- including Larry Berquist and Parnelli Jones -- speed across the grueling, unforgivable terrain of the Baja peninsula.


Dust to Glory  2005  3.9 ★ 97 mins Documentary Rated: PG
This action-packed documentary chronicles the infamously treacherous Tecate SCORE Baja 100 road race across Mexico's Baja Peninsula. In order to capture the race's true power and the majestic beauty of the desert, 55 cameras and four helicopters were used during filming. Join famous racing names such as Robby Gordon, Mario Andretti, Jimmy Vasser and Mike "Mouse" McCoy for an unforgettable look at one of racing's most thrilling events.


Dust to Glory  2005  3.9 ★ 97 mins Documentaries Rated: PG RT:60%  until 01-Jan-2025 
This action-packed documentary chronicles the infamously treacherous Tecate SCORE Baja 100 road race across Mexico's Baja Peninsula. In order to capture the race's true power and the majestic beauty of the desert, 55 cameras and four helicopters were used during filming. Join famous racing names such as Robby Gordon, Mario Andretti, Jimmy Vasser and Mike "Mouse" McCoy for an unforgettable look at one of racing's most thrilling events.


The Notebook  2004  4.1 ★ 123 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13 RT:52%
Two young lovers (Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams) are torn apart by war and class differences in the 1940s in this adaptation of Nicholas Sparks's best-selling novel. Their story is told by a man (James Garner) who, years later, reads from a notebook while he visits a woman in a nursing home (Gena Rowlands). Nick Cassavetes directs this heart-tugging romance about the sacrifices people will make to hang on to their one true love.


The Notebook  2004  4.1 ★ 123 mins Romance Rated: PG-13
Two young lovers are torn apart by war and class differences in the 1940s in this adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' best-selling novel. Their story is told by a man who, years later, reads from a notebook while he visits a woman in a nursing home.


8 Simple Rules: Season 2: Disc 1  2003 176 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Premiere," "Sex Ed," "Donny Goes AWOL," "Goodbye," "No Right Way," "What Dad Would Want" and "The First Thanksgiving."


8 Simple Rules: Season 2: Disc 2  2003 176 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Story of Ann Crank & Skeevy," "YMCA," "Get Real," "Consequences," "Opposites Attract: Part 1," "Opposites Attract: Part 2," "Opposites Attract Part: 3" and "Daddy's Girl."


8 Simple Rules: Season 2: Disc 3  2003 176 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Mall in the Family," "Let's Keep Going Part: 1," "Let's Keep Going Part: 2," "CJ's Party," "Mother's Day," "The Principal," "Finale Part: 1" and "Finale Part: 2."


The Land Before Time X: The Great Longneck Migration  2003  3.7 ★ 85 mins Children & Family Rated: G
Littlefoot takes his grandparents on a journey to a land inhabited by creatures just like them, but the little dinosaur must make a big choice when he finds his long-lost father. Should he stay or go home to the friends and family that love him?


8 Simple Rules: Season 2: Disc 1  2003 176 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Premiere," "Sex Ed," "Donny Goes AWOL," "Goodbye," "No Right Way," "What Dad Would Want" and "The First Thanksgiving."


8 Simple Rules: Season 2  2003  3.0 ★ 528 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Mirroring the surprising death of its beloved star John Ritter, the poignant second season of this ABC sitcom finds the Hennessey family struggling to deal with the unexpected loss of stay-at-home dad Paul. Cate (Katey Sagal) must raise three children (Kaley Cuoco, Amy Davidson and Martin Spanjers) on her own, with some help -- and some hindrance -- from her not-so-handy father, Jim (James Garner), and their new houseguest, C.J. (David Spade).


The Land Before Time X: The Great Longneck Migration  2003  3.7 ★ 85 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: G  until 01-Jan-2025
Littlefoot takes his grandparents on a journey to a land inhabited by creatures just like them, but the little dinosaur must make a big choice when he finds his long-lost father. Should he stay or go home to the friends and family that love him?


The Land Before Time X  2003  3.7 ★ 85 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: G
Littlefoot takes his grandparents on a journey to a land inhabited by creatures just like them, but the lovable longneck dinosaur must make a grown-up choice when he finds his long-lost father there. Should he stay with his dad, or should he go back home to the friends and family he's always known? Special features include a visit to the Jurassic Park Institute, an in-studio talk with Olivia Newton-John and more.


8 Simple Rules: Season 2: Disc 2  2003 176 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Story of Ann Crank & Skeevy," "YMCA," "Get Real," "Consequences," "Opposites Attract: Part 1," "Opposites Attract: Part 2," "Opposites Attract Part: 3" and "Daddy's Girl."


8 Simple Rules: Season 2: Disc 3  2003 176 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Mall in the Family," "Let's Keep Going Part: 1," "Let's Keep Going Part: 2," "CJ's Party," "Mother's Day," "The Principal," "Finale Part: 1" and "Finale Part: 2."


8 Simple Rules  2002  3.8 ★ TV Shows  starting 01-Jan-2025 
Writer Paul Hennessy (John Ritter) becomes a stay-at-home dad to his daughters, Bridget and Kerry, and son, Rory, when his wife, Cate (Katey Segal), returns to work full-time in this hilarious family sitcom that took a sharp turn following the beloved Ritter's untimely death. Now the head of the household, the grieving Cate seeks help from her bumbling but well-meaning father, Jim (James Garner), and ne'er-do-well nephew, C.J. (David Spade).


8 Simple Rules: Season 1: Disc 1  2002 195 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: pilot, "Wall of Shame," "Bridget's First Job," "Wings," "Son-in-Law," "Cheerleader," "Trick or Treehouse," "By the Book" and "Two Boys for Every Girl."


8 Simple Rules: Season 1: Disc 2  2002 215 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Give It Up," "Paul Meets His Match," "All I Want for Christmas," "Rory's Got a Girlfriend," "Career Choices," "Kerry's Big Adventure," "Come and Knock on Our Door," "Drummer Boy (Part 1)," "Drummer Boy (Part 2)" and "Cool Parent."


8 Simple Rules: Season 1: Disc 3  2002 191 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Every Picture Tells a Story," "Kerry's Video," "Good Moms Gone Wild," "Career Woman," "Queen Bees and King Bees," "Bake Sale," "The Doyle Wedding," "Sort of an Officer and a Gentleman (Part 1)" and "Sort of an Officer and a Gentleman (Part 2)."


Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood  2002  3.5 ★ 116 mins Drama Rated: PG-13
Sandra Bullock, Ashley Judd, Ellen Burstyn, James Garner and Maggie Smith star in this Southern-fried comedy, based on Rebecca Wells's best-selling novels, which follows a group of lifelong friends over decades of ups and downs. Forced to resort to intervention to help their friend's daughter, Siddalee (Bullock), cope and forgive her eccentric mother (Burstyn) for inflicting years of pain and embarrassment, the Ya-Yas don't hold anything back.


8 Simple Rules: Season 1: Disc 3  2002 191 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Every Picture Tells a Story," "Kerry's Video," "Good Moms Gone Wild," "Career Woman," "Queen Bees and King Bees," "Bake Sale," "The Doyle Wedding," "Sort of an Officer and a Gentleman (Part 1)" and "Sort of an Officer and a Gentleman (Part 2)."


8 Simple Rules: Season 1: Disc 2  2002 215 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Give It Up," "Paul Meets His Match," "All I Want for Christmas," "Rory's Got a Girlfriend," "Career Choices," "Kerry's Big Adventure," "Come and Knock on Our Door," "Drummer Boy (Part 1)," "Drummer Boy (Part 2)" and "Cool Parent."


8 Simple Rules  2002  3.8 ★ Television
Writer Paul Hennessy (John Ritter) becomes a stay-at-home dad to his daughters, Bridget and Kerry, and son, Rory, when his wife, Cate (Katey Segal), returns to work full-time in this hilarious family sitcom that took a sharp turn following the beloved Ritter's untimely death. Now the head of the household, the grieving Cate seeks help from her bumbling but well-meaning father, Jim (James Garner), and ne'er-do-well nephew, C.J. (David Spade).


Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood  2002  3.5 ★ 116 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13 RT:44%
Sandra Bullock, Ashley Judd, Ellen Burstyn, James Garner and Maggie Smith star in this Southern-fried comedy, based on Rebecca Wells's best-selling novels, which follows a group of lifelong friends over decades of ups and downs. Forced to resort to intervention to help their friend's daughter, Siddalee (Bullock), cope and forgive her eccentric mother (Burstyn) for inflicting years of pain and embarrassment, the Ya-Yas don't hold anything back.


8 Simple Rules: Season 1: Disc 1  2002 195 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: pilot, "Wall of Shame," "Bridget's First Job," "Wings," "Son-in-Law," "Cheerleader," "Trick or Treehouse," "By the Book" and "Two Boys for Every Girl."


Atlantis: The Lost Empire  2001  3.6 ★ 95 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: PG
A rare Disney foray into PG-rated animation, this action-filled tale follows the exploits of a group of adventurers led by museum researcher Milo Thatch as they journey thousands of leagues under the sea to the fabled kingdom of Atlantis.


Roughing It  2001  3.1 ★ 172 mins Drama Rated: NR
Adapted from the autobiography of legendary American writer Mark Twain, this compelling, poignant drama infused with an air of youthful adventure stars award-winning actor James Garner as the irrepressible Twain. The film explores how Twain's relationship with the unexplored frontier of the American West informed his entire artistic output. Adding to the fun is an all-star cast that includes Eric Roberts, Jill Eikenberry and Ned Beatty.


Atlantis: The Lost Empire  2001  3.8 ★ 95 mins Children & Family Rated: PG  until 01-Jan-2025   
A rare Disney foray into PG-rated animation, this action-filled tale follows the exploits of a group of adventurers led by museum researcher Milo Thatch as they journey thousands of leagues under the sea to the fabled kingdom of Atlantis.


Atlantis: The Lost Empire: Bonus Material  2001  3.1 ★ 190 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: NR
Special features on this bonus disc include 3D menus that mark a Disney first! Via the "Explore Mode," you can view the computer-generated model of the Ulysses submarine used in the film. The "Tour Mode" allows you to enjoy a two-hour "submersive" documentary. And the "Files Mode" lists all features in sequential order -- a great navigational aid.


Atlantis: The Lost Empire  2001  3.1 ★ Children & Family Rated: PG
A rare Disney foray into PG-rated animation, Atlantis: The Lost Empire records the exploits of a group of adventurers led by museum researcher Milo (Michael J. Fox) as they journey thousands of leagues under the sea to the fabled kingdom. What they find is a dying civilization headed by an aging potentate (Leonard Nimoy). What's more, danger lurks in every corner as Milo tries to find a way to save the city.


Atlantis: The Lost Empire: Bonus Material  2001  3.1 ★ 190 mins Children & Family Rated: NR
Special features on this bonus disc include 3D menus that mark a Disney first! Via the "Explore Mode," you can view the computer-generated model of the Ulysses submarine used in the film. The "Tour Mode" allows you to enjoy a two-hour "submersive" documentary. And the "Files Mode" lists all features in sequential order -- a great navigational aid.


Roughing It  2001  3.1 ★ 172 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: NR
Adapted from the autobiography of legendary American writer Mark Twain, this compelling, poignant drama infused with an air of youthful adventure stars award-winning actor James Garner as the irrepressible Twain. The film explores how Twain's relationship with the unexplored frontier of the American West informed his entire artistic output. Adding to the fun is an all-star cast that includes Eric Roberts, Jill Eikenberry and Ned Beatty.


God, the Devil & Bob: The Complete Series  2000  3.1 ★ 284 mins TV Shows Rated: UR
God is getting fed up with humanity, and the devil is delighted about it. Together, they have a plan: One man will be given a chance to prove whether or not mankind is worth saving. The devil gets to pick the man, and he chooses Bob, an angry dork.


God, the Devil & Bob: The Complete Series: Disc 1  2000 152 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "In the Beginning," "Andy Runs Away," "Date from Hell," "The Devil's Birthday," "Neighbor's Keeper" and "God's Favorite."


God, the Devil & Bob: The Complete Series: Disc 2  2000 132 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Lonely at the Top," "Bob Gets Greedy," "There's Too Much Sex on TV," "Bob's Father," "God's Girlfriend," "Bob Gets Involved."


God, the Devil & Bob: The Complete Series  2000  3.1 ★ 284 mins Television
God is getting fed up with humanity, and the devil is delighted about it. Together, they have a plan: One man will be given a chance to prove whether or not mankind is worth saving. The devil gets to pick the man, and he chooses Bob, an angry dork.


God, the Devil & Bob: The Complete Series: Disc 1  2000 152 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "In the Beginning," "Andy Runs Away," "Date from Hell," "The Devil's Birthday," "Neighbor's Keeper" and "God's Favorite."


God, the Devil & Bob: The Complete Series: Disc 2  2000 132 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Lonely at the Top," "Bob Gets Greedy," "There's Too Much Sex on TV," "Bob's Father," "God's Girlfriend," "Bob Gets Involved."


Doris Day: It's Magic  2000  3.7 ★ 90 mins Documentary Rated: NR
When the cameras rolled, Doris Day wore a happy face, never hinting at the pain she endured in her personal life. This documentary brings viewers close to the real Doris Day through the eyes of her friends and family members and with the help of film footage, newsreels and photographs. What surfaces is a complex picture of an equally complicated woman who faced problems far more formidable than her cinematic image revealed.


Doris Day: It's Magic  2000  3.7 ★ 90 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
When the cameras rolled, Doris Day wore a happy face, never hinting at the pain she endured in her personal life. This documentary brings viewers close to the real Doris Day through the eyes of her friends and family members and with the help of film footage, newsreels and photographs. What surfaces is a complex picture of an equally complicated woman who faced problems far more formidable than her cinematic image revealed.


Space Cowboys Nominated For/Won Awards 2000  3.6 ★ 130 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13 RT:79%  until 01-Jan-2025
A Russian satellite is about to fall back to Earth, and only retired engineer Frank Corvin knows how to stop it. When NASA begs for help, Corvin agrees on one condition: He and his over-the-hill pals will man the mission.


Space Cowboys Nominated For/Won Awards 2000  3.6 ★ 130 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13
A Russian satellite is about to fall back to Earth, and only retired engineer Frank Corvin knows how to stop it. When NASA begs for help, Corvin agrees on one condition: He and his over-the-hill pals will man the mission.


One Special Night  1999  3.7 ★ 92 mins Drama Rated: PG
Two strangers (Julie Andrews and James Garner) believe that fate has brought them together when they're trapped in a mountain cabin during a blizzard. Despite their obvious differences -- or perhaps because of them -- they are undeniably drawn to each other. But will it last beyond this one special night? Directed by Roger Young.


Legalese  1998  3.0 ★ 92 mins Dramas Rated: R
An actress (Gina Gershon) accused of murder hires a celebrity attorney (James Garner) to defend her. He, in turn, hires a media-friendly face (Edward Kerr) to pose as his front man. When the truth leaks out, the inexperienced lawyer becomes the eye in a media circus storm and must decide whether or not telling the truth is his best defense. Costars Mary-Louise Parker and Kathleen Turner. Directed by Glenn Jordan.


Twilight  1998  3.3 ★ 96 mins Thrillers Rated: R
Harry Ross (Paul Newman) is a Hollywood private eye who's living out his golden years in the house of two fading movie stars -- Catherine (Susan Sarandon) and Jack Ames (Gene Hackman). But his life gets complicated when he uncovers clues to a long-unsolved murder in this smart and stylish mystery from Robert Benton. The all-star cast includes Reese Witherspoon, Stockard Channing, James Garner and Liev Schreiber.


Twilight  1998  3.1 ★ 96 mins Thrillers Rated: R RT:59%  until 01-Jan-2025
Harry Ross (Paul Newman) is a Hollywood private eye who's living out his golden years in the house of two fading movie stars -- Catherine (Susan Sarandon) and Jack Ames (Gene Hackman). But his life gets complicated when he uncovers clues to a long-unsolved murder in this smart and stylish mystery from Robert Benton. The all-star cast includes Reese Witherspoon, Stockard Channing, James Garner and Liev Schreiber.


Legalese  1998  3.0 ★ 92 mins Drama Rated: R
An actress (Gina Gershon) accused of murder hires a celebrity attorney (James Garner) to defend her. He, in turn, hires a media-friendly face (Edward Kerr) to pose as his front man. When the truth leaks out, the inexperienced lawyer becomes the eye in a media circus storm and must decide whether or not telling the truth is his best defense. Costars Mary-Louise Parker and Kathleen Turner. Directed by Glenn Jordan.


The Hidden Dimension: IMAX  1997  2.6 ★ 45 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: NR
Elly (Charlotte Sullivan) is an 11-year-old girl on vacation with her parents -- and little does she know that this particular trip is going to be more wondrous than any she's ever experienced before. Embarking on a magical journey, Elly discovers a fascinating world populated with fantabulous creations, all made available to her by some extraordinary keys left by her grandfather. Originally filmed and shown in IMAX format.


Dead Silence  1997  3.3 ★ 99 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
In this thriller based on a novel by Jeffrey Deaver, no-nonsense FBI agent John Potter (James Garner) must negotiate with three escaped convicts who've commandeered a school bus full of deaf students and their teacher (Marlee Matlin). Compounding the problem is the fact that Potter has lost hostages before -- along with the public's faith in his negotiating abilities. Kim Coates and Lolita Davidovich co-star: Daniel Petrie Jr. directs.


The Hidden Dimension: IMAX  1997  2.6 ★ 45 mins Children & Family Rated: NR
Elly (Charlotte Sullivan) is an 11-year-old girl on vacation with her parents -- and little does she know that this particular trip is going to be more wondrous than any she's ever experienced before. Embarking on a magical journey, Elly discovers a fascinating world populated with fantabulous creations, all made available to her by some extraordinary keys left by her grandfather. Originally filmed and shown in IMAX format.


Dead Silence  1997  3.2 ★ 99 mins Thrillers Rated: R
In this thriller based on a novel by Jeffrey Deaver, no-nonsense FBI agent John Potter (James Garner) must negotiate with three escaped convicts who've commandeered a school bus full of deaf students and their teacher (Marlee Matlin). Compounding the problem is the fact that Potter has lost hostages before -- along with the public's faith in his negotiating abilities. Kim Coates and Lolita Davidovich co-star: Daniel Petrie Jr. directs.


My Fellow Americans  1996  3.7 ★ 102 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13  until 01-Jan-2025
Jack Lemmon and James Garner star as ex-presidents and former political foes who unite in the face of adversity. They're forced to overcome their partisan bickering when the current president (Dan Aykroyd) tries to frame and kill them to conceal his crimes. To clear their names, they go on a different type of whistle-stop tour, taking it on the lam among the "common people."


The Rockford Files: If the Frame Fits / Godfather Knows Best  1996  3.5 ★ 183 mins Dramas Rated: NR
In "If the Frame Fits," Jim Rockford (James Garner) is suspected of offing a rival gumshoe and must elude the FBI and a Latino gang while clearing his name. "Godfather Knows Best" finds Rockford helping his godson, who's mixed up in the murder of a Mafia don's son. As always, the cagey private eye uses his trademark humor and street smarts to outwit the bad guys in this double helping of made-for-TV movies based on the popular series.


My Fellow Americans  1996  3.7 ★ 102 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
Jack Lemmon and James Garner star as ex-presidents and former political foes who unite in the face of adversity. They're forced to overcome their partisan bickering when the current president (Dan Aykroyd) tries to frame and kill them to conceal his crimes. To clear their names, they go on a different type of whistle-stop tour, taking it on the lam among the "common people."


The Rockford Files: If the Frame Fits / Godfather Knows Best  1996  3.5 ★ 183 mins Drama Rated: NR
In "If the Frame Fits," Jim Rockford (James Garner) is suspected of offing a rival gumshoe and must elude the FBI and a Latino gang while clearing his name. "Godfather Knows Best" finds Rockford helping his godson, who's mixed up in the murder of a Mafia don's son. As always, the cagey private eye uses his trademark humor and street smarts to outwit the bad guys in this double helping of made-for-TV movies based on the popular series.


Streets of Laredo: Disc 1  1995 112 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the first half of the feature.


Streets of Laredo: Disc 2  1995 112 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the conclusion of the feature.


Streets of Laredo  1995  3.7 ★ 216 mins TV Shows
In this sequel to the "Lonesome Dove" miniseries, Texas Ranger Captain Call (James Garner) takes on one last mission, tracking down a killer as a freelance bounty hunter. With Pea Eye Parker tagging along, he crosses paths with such Western luminaries as Judge Roy Bean and John Wesley Harding. The terrific cast includes Ned Beatty, Randy Quaid, Sam Shepard, Sissy Spacek, Sonia Braga and George Carlin. Based on Larry McMurtry's novel.


Streets of Laredo: Part 1  1995 TV Shows

Streets of Laredo: Part 2  1995 TV Shows

Streets of Laredo  1995  3.7 ★ 216 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
In this sequel to the "Lonesome Dove" miniseries, Texas Ranger Captain Call (James Garner) takes on one last mission, tracking down a killer as a freelance bounty hunter. With Pea Eye Parker tagging along, he crosses paths with such Western luminaries as Judge Roy Bean and John Wesley Harding. The terrific cast includes Ned Beatty, Randy Quaid, Sam Shepard, Sissy Spacek, Sonia Braga and George Carlin. Based on Larry McMurtry's novel.


Streets of Laredo  1995  3.7 ★ 216 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
In this sequel to the "Lonesome Dove" miniseries, Texas Ranger Captain Call (James Garner) takes on one last mission, tracking down a killer as a freelance bounty hunter. With Pea Eye Parker tagging along, he crosses paths with such Western luminaries as Judge Roy Bean and John Wesley Harding. The terrific cast includes Ned Beatty, Randy Quaid, Sam Shepard, Sissy Spacek, Sonia Braga and George Carlin. Based on Larry McMurtry's novel.


Streets of Laredo  1995  3.2 ★ 216 mins Drama Rated: NR
In this sequel to the "Lonesome Dove" miniseries, Texas Ranger Captain Call (James Garner) takes on one last mission, tracking down a killer as a freelance bounty hunter. With Pea Eye Parker tagging along, he crosses paths with such Western luminaries as Judge Roy Bean and John Wesley Harding. The terrific cast includes Ned Beatty, Randy Quaid, Sam Shepard, Sissy Spacek, Sonia Braga and George Carlin. Based on Larry McMurtry's novel.


Streets of Laredo: Part 3  1995 TV Shows

Streets of Laredo: Disc 1  1995 112 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the first half of the feature.


Streets of Laredo: Disc 2  1995 112 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the conclusion of the feature.


Streets of Laredo  1995  3.2 ★ Drama
In this sequel to the "Lonesome Dove" miniseries, Texas Ranger Captain Call (James Garner) takes on one last mission, tracking down a killer as a freelance bounty hunter. With Pea Eye Parker tagging along, he crosses paths with such Western luminaries as Judge Roy Bean and John Wesley Harding. The terrific cast includes Ned Beatty, Randy Quaid, Sam Shepard, Sissy Spacek, Sonia Braga and George Carlin. Based on Larry McMurtry's novel.


Maverick Nominated For/Won Awards 1994  3.7 ★ 129 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG RT:72%
This big-screen remake of the Western TV series has poker-playing grifter Bret Maverick trying to wrangle a wad of cash to enter a big tournament. Maverick targets a few small-timers but ends up getting caught in a variety of comedic conundrums.


The Rockford Files: I Still Love L.A. / A Blessing in Disguise  1994  3.5 ★ 183 mins Drama Rated: NR
In I Still Love L.A., private eye Jim Rockford (James Garner) is leaving Los Angeles when riots, forest fires and murder convince him that he can't leave his exciting hometown. In A Blessing in Disguise, Jim tangles with a dubious church headed by Angel Martin (Stuart Margolin). Along the way, he also protects an aspiring actress (Renée O'Connor) whose latest movie causes controversy.


Maverick  1994  3.7 ★ 129 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG
This big-screen remake of the Western TV series has poker-playing grifter Bret Maverick trying to wrangle a wad of cash to enter a big tournament. Maverick targets a few small-timers but ends up getting caught in a variety of comedic conundrums.


The Rockford Files: I Still Love L.A. / A Blessing in Disguise  1994  3.4 ★ 183 mins Dramas Rated: NR
In I Still Love L.A., private eye Jim Rockford (James Garner) is leaving Los Angeles when riots, forest fires and murder convince him that he can't leave his exciting hometown. In A Blessing in Disguise, Jim tangles with a dubious church headed by Angel Martin (Stuart Margolin). Along the way, he also protects an aspiring actress (Renée O'Connor) whose latest movie causes controversy.


Fire in the Sky  1993  3.5 ★ 109 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: PG-13
While driving through the countryside with his friends, Travis Walton is struck by a bolt of energy beaming from the sky and then disappears for days. When he returns, he claims he was abducted by aliens and spent the week on their ship.


Fire in the Sky  1993  3.5 ★ 109 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: PG-13  starting 01-Jun-2016 
While driving through the countryside with his friends, Travis Walton is struck by a bolt of energy beaming from the sky and then disappears for days. When he returns, he claims he was abducted by aliens and spent the week on their ship.


Barbarians at the Gate  1993  3.4 ★ 107 mins Comedies Rated: R RT:67%
This seriocomedy based on the RJR-Nabisco leveraged buyout neatly encapsulates the greed that became synonymous with the 1980s. James Garner has never been better as charming, covetous CEO F. Ross Johnson. Johnson grabs for the brass ring when he tries to buy out the conglomerate, only to run up against investment banker Henry Kravis (Jonathan Pryce), who entertains the same idea.


Barbarians at the Gate  1993  3.4 ★ 107 mins Comedy Rated: R
This seriocomedy based on the RJR-Nabisco leveraged buyout neatly encapsulates the greed that became synonymous with the 1980s. James Garner has never been better as charming, covetous CEO F. Ross Johnson. Johnson grabs for the brass ring when he tries to buy out the conglomerate, only to run up against investment banker Henry Kravis (Jonathan Pryce), who entertains the same idea.


Decoration Day  1990  3.4 ★ 99 mins Drama Rated: PG
In this drama based on the novel by John William Corrington, Albert Sidney Finch (James Garner), a cranky loner, is forced out of seclusion when he takes on the cause of a childhood friend, Gee Pennywell (Bill Cobbs), who refuses to accept a Congressional Medal of Honor for bravery during World War II. Meanwhile, Albert's godson, Billy Wendell (Norm Skaggs), is in a bind and needs his help.


Decoration Day  1990  3.4 ★ 99 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: PG
In this drama based on the novel by John William Corrington, Albert Sidney Finch (James Garner), a cranky loner, is forced out of seclusion when he takes on the cause of a childhood friend, Gee Pennywell (Bill Cobbs), who refuses to accept a Congressional Medal of Honor for bravery during World War II. Meanwhile, Albert's godson, Billy Wendell (Norm Skaggs), is in a bind and needs his help.


My Name Is Bill W.  1989  3.6 ★ 100 mins Dramas Rated: NR
Based on the inspiring true story of the founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, this moving drama stars James Woods in an Emmy-winning performance as Bill Wilson, a successful stockbroker who loses everything in the 1929 stock market crash. After succumbing to depression and drink, he eventually sobers up with the help of fellow recovering alcoholic Dr. Bob (James Garner). With newfound hope for the future, the two create the now-famous support group.


My Name Is Bill W.  1989  3.6 ★ 100 mins Drama Rated: NR
Based on the inspiring true story of the founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, this moving drama stars James Woods in an Emmy-winning performance as Bill Wilson, a successful stockbroker who loses everything in the 1929 stock market crash. After succumbing to depression and drink, he eventually sobers up with the help of fellow recovering alcoholic Dr. Bob (James Garner). With newfound hope for the future, the two create the now-famous support group.


Sunset Nominated For/Won Awards 1988  3.1 ★ 107 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
Set in 1927, this Western spoof has outlaw Wyatt Earp (James Garner) acting as an adviser on his own biopic. When Earp hooks up with silent-screen cowboy Tom Mix (Bruce Willis), the pair becomes enmeshed in a murder mystery that has the whole studio puzzled. Together, the two actors try to solve the crime, traveling back in time to find important clues. Malcolm McDowell and Mariel Hemingway also star in this comic adventure.


Sunset  1988  3.1 ★ 107 mins Comedy Rated: R
Set in 1927, this Western spoof has outlaw Wyatt Earp (James Garner) acting as an adviser on his own biopic. When Earp hooks up with silent-screen cowboy Tom Mix (Bruce Willis), the pair becomes enmeshed in a murder mystery that has the whole studio puzzled. Together, the two actors try to solve the crime, traveling back in time to find important clues. Malcolm McDowell and Mariel Hemingway also star in this comic adventure.


Murphy's Romance Nominated For/Won Awards 1985  3.6 ★ 107 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13
Trying to start over, feisty divorcée Emma Moriarty and her son, Jake, move to a small Arizona town, where widowed druggist Murphy Jones befriends the new arrivals. But things get complicated when Emma's irresponsible ex-husband shows up.


Murphy's Romance Nominated For/Won Awards 1985  3.6 ★ 107 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
Trying to start over, feisty divorcée Emma Moriarty and her son, Jake, move to a small Arizona town, where widowed druggist Murphy Jones befriends the new arrivals. But things get complicated when Emma's irresponsible ex-husband shows up.


Tank  1984  3.5 ★ 113 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG  until 01-Jan-2025 
After relocating his family (and his prized restored Sherman tank) to a small Georgia town, military man Zack butts heads with local law enforcement. When the sheriff goes after Zack's son, it's time for Zack to roll out the Sherman tank.


Tank  1984  3.5 ★ 113 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG
After relocating his family (and his prized restored Sherman tank) to a small Georgia town, military man Zack butts heads with local law enforcement. When the sheriff goes after Zack's son, it's time for Zack to roll out the Sherman tank.


Victor / Victoria Nominated For/Won Awards 1982  3.6 ★ 133 mins Comedy Rated: PG
Victoria Grant (Julie Andrews) is a struggling soprano who, with help from a fellow performer (Robert Preston), finally finds success by posing as a male female impersonator. But what will happen when a nightclub owner (James Garner) finds himself attracted to Victoria's cross-dressing male persona and begins to suspect "Victor" is really a woman? This gender-bending musical comedy received seven Oscar nominations and won for Best Score.


Victor / Victoria Nominated For/Won Awards 1982  3.6 ★ 133 mins Comedies Rated: PG
Victoria Grant (Julie Andrews) is a struggling soprano who, with help from a fellow performer (Robert Preston), finally finds success by posing as a male female impersonator. But what will happen when a nightclub owner (James Garner) finds himself attracted to Victoria's cross-dressing male persona and begins to suspect "Victor" is really a woman? This gender-bending musical comedy received seven Oscar nominations and won for Best Score.


The Fan  1981  2.8 ★ 94 mins Dramas Rated: R
A classic thriller that fans of Hollywood's heyday shouldn't miss. A sultry Lauren Bacall is renowned Broadway actress Sally Ross, who has thousands of adoring fans. She's particularly amused by a young male fan named Douglas, a lonely record salesman who writes heartfelt love letters to Sally every day. But her lightheartedness soon turns to terror when her fan feels rebuffed -- leaving Sally vulnerable to his twisted ways.


Bret Maverick  1981  3.5 ★ 0 mins Television Rated: R
Returning to the role that launched his career in the 1950s, Tinseltown vet James Garner stars in this short-lived Western series as titular hero Bret Maverick, the rakish card shark with a silver tongue and a nose for conflict. After winning a saloon in a poker game, Maverick decides to plant some roots at the aptly named Lazy Ace Ranch in Sweetwater, Ariz., and discovers that easing quietly into middle age is a lot easier said than done.


Bret Maverick: The Rattlesnake Brigade  1981 Television
In a bit of role reversal, Bret and Tom Guthrie fall victim to a con. Now, they must protect a gold shipment from a band of ruthless marauders: outlaws led by a former soldier in the Confederate Army.


Bret Maverick: The Vulture Also Rises  1981 Television
Apaches attack a stagecoach and kill a longtime girlfriend of Maverick's. The frightened townspeople want to summon the cavalry. But Philo Sandeen insists the attack was committed by white men.


Bret Maverick: A Night at the Red Ox  1981 Television
Vigilantes led by Addie Burnett take over the Red Ox saloon by force and make Tom Guthrie stand trial for a murder he supposedly committed 20 years ago. Maverick stands up for his friend and acts as Guthrie's defense counsel.


Bret Maverick: Faith, Hope and Clarity: Part 2  1981 Television Rated: NR
Experienced con artist Maverick puts a plan in motion to regain ownership of the land rights the townspeople lost when they were duped by a religious charlatan. Maverick's sly scheme may be the only hope left for the townsfolk to reclaim their land.


Bret Maverick: Faith, Hope and Clarity: Part 1  1981 Television Rated: NR
A swindler posing as a man of the cloth bamboozles the residents of Sweetwater into giving him legal ownership over their land. Maverick develops his own con to reclaim the land that the townspeople lost.


Bret Maverick  1981  3.5 ★
Returning to the role that launched his career in the 1950s, Tinseltown vet James Garner stars in this short-lived Western series as titular hero Bret Maverick, the rakish card shark with a silver tongue and a nose for conflict. After winning a saloon in a poker game, Maverick decides to plant some roots at the aptly named Lazy Ace Ranch in Sweetwater, Ariz., and discovers that easing quietly into middle age is a lot easier said than done.


Bret Maverick: A Horse of Yet Another Color  1981 Television Rated: NR
When President Teddy Roosevelt brings a prize stallion to present as a gift of state to a Native American chief, the horse is stolen by a thief who later loses it to Bret in a poker game.


Bret Maverick: The Yellow Rose  1981 Television Rated: NR
Bret wins a Chinese girl in a poker game and is uncertain how to divest himself of her. Making matters worse, the suffrage movement has fired up the women of Sweetwater, and Maverick is a target of their wrath.


Bret Maverick: Anything for a Friend  1981 Television Rated: NR
Bret and Tom Guthrie conspire to conceal the whereabouts of Billy the Kid from a posse led by a determined U.S. marshal. Maverick provides cover for the famous outlaw by having a barn-raising at the Lazy Ace.


Bret Maverick: The Not So Magnificent Six  1981 Television Rated: NR
Six degenerates follow a Western pulp fiction writer into Sweetwater, each of them hoping to become immortalized in the novelist's stories by being the one to kill the legendary Bret Maverick.


The Fan  1981  2.8 ★ 94 mins Drama Rated: R
A classic thriller that fans of Hollywood's heyday shouldn't miss. A sultry Lauren Bacall is renowned Broadway actress Sally Ross, who has thousands of adoring fans. She's particularly amused by a young male fan named Douglas, a lonely record salesman who writes heartfelt love letters to Sally every day. But her lightheartedness soon turns to terror when her fan feels rebuffed -- leaving Sally vulnerable to his twisted ways.


Bret Maverick: The Eight Swords of Dyrus and other Illusions of Grandeur  1981 Television Rated: NR
Maverick suspects a magician who was recently hired to perform at the Red Ox saloon may be a fraud. Meanwhile, the magician has his own suspicions about Maverick and concocts a scheme to frame him for murder.


Bret Maverick: The Vulture Also Rises  1981 Television Rated: NR
Apaches attack a stagecoach and kill a longtime girlfriend of Maverick's. The frightened townspeople want to summon the cavalry. But Philo Sandeen insists the attack was committed by white men.


Bret Maverick: The Rattlesnake Brigade  1981 Television Rated: NR
In a bit of role reversal, Bret and Tom Guthrie fall victim to a con. Now, they must protect a gold shipment from a band of ruthless marauders: outlaws led by a former soldier in the Confederate Army.


Bret Maverick  1981
Returning to the role that launched his career in the 1950s, Tinseltown vet James Garner stars in this short-lived Western series as titular hero Bret Maverick, the rakish card shark with a silver tongue and a nose for conflict. After winning a saloon in a poker game, Maverick decides to plant some roots at the aptly named Lazy Ace Ranch in Sweetwater, Ariz., and discovers that easing quietly into middle age is a lot easier said than done.


Bret Maverick: The Hidalgo Thing  1981 Television Rated: NR
Tom Guthrie is running for sheriff again but worries that Maverick's many cons will cost him the election. Despite Guthrie's entreaties that he keep out of trouble, Maverick is too caught up in one of the biggest cons he's ever pulled.


Bret Maverick: Mayflower Women's...  1981 Television
While on a trip to St. Louis, Maverick is arrested on suspicion of murder and scheduled to swing from the gallows unless he sells his life story to an eager biographer. Meanwhile, Mary Lou meets a mysterious man.


Bret Maverick: Dateline: Sweetwater  1981 Television
Underhanded businessmen representing Eastern financial concerns attempt a hostile takeover of Sweetwater's business enterprises by employing Chicago mob tactics. Maverick defends the town with his own scheme.


Bret Maverick: Horse of Yet Another Color  1981 Television
When President Teddy Roosevelt brings a prize stallion to present as a gift of state to a Native American chief, the horse is stolen by a thief who later loses it to Bret in a poker game.


Bret Maverick: The Yellow Rose  1981 Television
Bret wins a Chinese girl in a poker game and is uncertain how to divest himself of her. Making matters worse, the suffrage movement has fired up the women of Sweetwater, and Maverick is a target of their wrath.


Bret Maverick: Eight Swords of Dyrus...  1981 Television
Maverick suspects a magician who was recently hired to perform at the Red Ox saloon may be a fraud. Meanwhile, the magician has his own suspicions about Maverick and concocts a scheme to frame him for murder.


Bret Maverick: Anything for a Friend  1981 Television
Bret and Tom Guthrie conspire to conceal the whereabouts of Billy the Kid from a posse led by a determined U.S. marshal. Maverick provides cover for the famous outlaw by having a barn-raising at the Lazy Ace.


Bret Maverick: The Not So Magnificent Six  1981 Television
Six degenerates follow a Western pulp fiction writer into Sweetwater, each of them hoping to become immortalized in the novelist's stories by being the one to kill the legendary Bret Maverick.


Bret Maverick: Welcome to Sweetwater  1981 Television
Railroad executives want to lay track through Sweetwater, but Bret's refusal to sell the Lazy Ace prevents the plans from moving forward. Maverick also isn't convinced that the railroad men are completely on the up-and-up.


Bret Maverick: The Lazy Ace  1981 Television
Card sharp Bret Maverick wins the Red Ox saloon in a tense poker match and decides to settle down in Sweetwater, a town in the Arizona Territory. With his winnings, he also buys a ranch and names it the Lazy Ace.


Faith, Hope and Clarity: Part 2  1981 Television
Experienced con artist Maverick puts a plan in motion to regain ownership of the land rights the townspeople lost when they were duped by a religious charlatan. Maverick's sly scheme may be the only hope left for the townsfolk to reclaim their land.


Faith, Hope and Clarity: Part 1  1981 Television
A swindler posing as a man of the cloth bamboozles the residents of Sweetwater into giving him legal ownership over their land. Maverick develops his own con to reclaim the land that the townspeople lost.


Bret Maverick: Welcome to Sweetwater  1981 Television Rated: NR
Railroad executives want to lay track through Sweetwater, but Bret's refusal to sell the Lazy Ace prevents the plans from moving forward. Maverick also isn't convinced that the railroad men are completely on the up-and-up.


Bret Maverick: The Lazy Ace  1981 Television Rated: NR
Card sharp Bret Maverick wins the Red Ox saloon in a tense poker match and decides to settle down in Sweetwater, a town in the Arizona Territory. With his winnings, he also buys a ranch and names it the Lazy Ace.


Bret Maverick: Hallie  1981 Television
Hallie McCullough, one of Bret's former lady friends, appears in Sweetwater looking for his help. She left two dangerous brothers in a homicidal rage after she managed to con them both, and now they're out for her blood.


Bret Maverick: A Night at the Red Ox  1981 Television Rated: NR
Vigilantes led by Addie Burnett take over the Red Ox saloon by force and make Tom Guthrie stand trial for a murder he supposedly committed 20 years ago. Maverick stands up for his friend and acts as Guthrie's defense counsel.


Bret Maverick: The Ballad of Bret Maverick  1981 Television Rated: NR
Bret encounters a drifter composing an epic ballad about the life and death of Bret Maverick. In other affairs, he also must persuade distrustful potential buyers to purchase the silver mine he recently won in a poker game.


Bret Maverick: The Hidalgo Thing  1981 Television
Tom Guthrie is running for sheriff again but worries that Maverick's many cons will cost him the election. Despite Guthrie's entreaties that he keep out of trouble, Maverick is too caught up in one of the biggest cons he's ever pulled.


Bret Maverick: Hallie  1981 Television Rated: NR
Hallie McCullough, one of Bret's former lady friends, appears in Sweetwater looking for his help. She left two dangerous brothers in a homicidal rage after she managed to con them both, and now they're out for her blood.


Bret Maverick: The Ballad of Bret Maverick  1981 Television
Bret encounters a drifter composing an epic ballad about the life and death of Bret Maverick. In other affairs, he also must persuade distrustful potential buyers to purchase the silver mine he recently won in a poker game.


Bret Maverick: The Mayflower Women's Historical Society  1981 Television Rated: NR
While on a trip to St. Louis, Maverick is arrested on suspicion of murder and scheduled to swing from the gallows unless he sells his life story to an eager biographer. Meanwhile, Mary Lou meets a mysterious man.


Bret Maverick: Dateline: Sweetwater  1981 Television Rated: NR
Underhanded businessmen representing Eastern financial concerns attempt a hostile takeover of Sweetwater's business enterprises by employing Chicago mob tactics. Maverick defends the town with his own scheme.


The Rockford Files: Season 6: Disc 2  1979 197 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Only Rock 'n Roll Will Never Die: Part 2," "Love is the Word," "Nice Guys Finish Dead" and "The Hawaiian Headache."


The Rockford Files: Season 6: Disc 3  1979 197 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "No Fault Affair," "The Big Cheese," "Just a Coupla Guys" and "Deadlock in Parma."


The Rockford Files: Season 6: Paradise Cove  1979 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
In the wake of a dispute with his meddling neighbor, Jim finds himself slapped with a $35,000 damage suit and forced out of Paradise Cove. Mariette Hartley guest stars -- and earned an Emmy nomination for her efforts.


The Rockford Files: Season 6: Disc 1  1979 199 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Paradise Cove," "Lions, Tigers, Monkeys and Dogs: Part 1," "Lions, Tigers, Monkeys and Dogs: Part 2" and "Only Rock 'n Roll Will Never Die: Part 1."


The Rockford Files: Season 6: Disc 2  1979 197 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Only Rock 'n Roll Will Never Die: Part 2," "Love is the Word," "Nice Guys Finish Dead" and "The Hawaiian Headache."


The Rockford Files: Season 6: Disc 3  1979 197 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "No Fault Affair," "The Big Cheese," "Just a Coupla Guys" and "Deadlock in Parma."


The Rockford Files: Season 6: Disc 1  1979 199 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Paradise Cove," "Lions, Tigers, Monkeys and Dogs: Part 1," "Lions, Tigers, Monkeys and Dogs: Part 2" and "Only Rock 'n Roll Will Never Die: Part 1."


The Rockford Files: Season 6: Deadlock in Parma  1979 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
A fishing trip in Parma is interrupted when Jim agrees to cast a seemingly harmless proxy vote for his new friend, John Traynor. Before he knows it, Jim is tangled in a complex web of local power, greed and intimidation.


The Rockford Files: Season 6: Just a Coupla Guys  1979 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
In a cross-country plot that takes him all the way to New Jersey, Jim comes to the aid of a mob boss who's trying to turn his life around. But two young thugs who are trying to get into the mob make his job all the more difficult.


The Rockford Files: Season 6: The Big Cheese  1979 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Shortly before he was killed by powerful people, a reporter mailed Jim a provocative package proving that a union has connections to the mob. Now, as he takes on the case, Jim's own life is in serious danger.


The Rockford Files: Season 6: No Fault Affair  1979 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Everyone's favorite prostitute, Rita Capkovic, is back -- but this time, she's been savagely beaten by her pimp. Jim offers her a place to stay while she recuperates, which doesn't sit well with his new girlfriend. Rita Moreno guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 6: The Hawaiian Headache  1979 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim and Rocky head to Hawaii to relax on a no-strings-attached "free" vacation -- but Jim isn't off duty for long. After running into his former Army commander, he gets drawn into a high-stakes CIA operation.


The Rockford Files: Season 6: Nice Guys Finish Dead  1979 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
A Detective's Association ceremony turns sour when the keynote speaker -- a powerful senator -- turns up dead. Teaming with the ever-dashing P.I. Lance White, Jim tries to get to the bottom of the crime. Tom Selleck guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 6: Love Is the Word  1979 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Blind psychologist Megan Doherty, the woman Jim helped -- and romanced -- the previous year, returns with a new problem: The man she's engaged to has been slapped with an inconvenient murder charge. Country singer Barbara Mandrell guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 6: Only Rock 'n' Roll Will Never Die: Part 2  1979 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim wonders whether his search for a rock star's shady business manager is related to the musician's own highly publicized palimony trial. But Jim's ex-con pal is more concerned with his crush on a pretty music journalist.


The Rockford Files: Season 6: Only Rock 'n' Roll Will Never Die: Part 1  1979 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
An ex-con -- and former friend of Jim's -- hires the Paradise Cove P.I. to track down a rock star's missing business manager. But the case also leads Jim into a world of sex, drugs and trouble with the mob.


The Rockford Files: Season 6: Lions, Tigers, Monkeys and Dogs: Part 2  1979 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim works with Kendall Warren, the woman he was hired to protect, to find the person who's been trying to kill her. But when their prime suspect turns up dead, Jim and Kendall are left wondering where to look next. Lauren Bacall guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 6: Lions, Tigers, Monkeys and Dogs: Part 1  1979 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim accepts a royal request from a princess who fears that her best friend is being targeted by a ruthless killer. The clues come together at a gala costume party, where both Lt. Chapman and Angel are in attendance. Lauren Bacall guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 6  1979  3.0 ★ 593 mins TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Private eye Jim Rockford (James Garner) and his Pontiac Firebird are back for another round of investigations and action on the streets of Malibu in the sixth season of the hit 1970s series. Shortened by the show's cancellation, Season 6 finds Jim looking into more murders and missing-person cases, searching for gold bullion, fighting union corruption and even tackling a case while on vacation in Hawaii.


The Rockford Files: Season 6  1979  3.0 ★ 593 mins TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Private eye Jim Rockford (James Garner) and his Pontiac Firebird are back for another round of investigations and action on the streets of Malibu in the sixth season of the hit 1970s series. Shortened by the show's cancellation, Season 6 finds Jim looking into more murders and missing-person cases, searching for gold bullion, fighting union corruption and even tackling a case while on vacation in Hawaii.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Black Mirror: Part 2  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Megan Dougherty and Jim determine that her stalker is one of her patients, a man she once diagnosed as being nonviolent. But given the fact that he's capable of murder, she's second-guessing her professional judgment.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Black Mirror: Part 1  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Jim comes to the aid of blind psychologist Megan Dougherty, who's being stalked by an unseen menace. Jim suspects the stalker is one of her patients, but doctor-patient confidentiality prevents Megan from talking about her clients.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: A Good Clean Bust with Sequel Rights  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
A nervous insurance company hires Jim to keep tabs on Frank Falcone, an ex-cop turned crime novelist who has a reputation for being a loose cannon. Despite Jim's best efforts, Frank ends up tangling with the mob. Hector Elizondo guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: A Three-Day Affair with a Thirty-Day Escrow  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Jim agrees to help a new client, Sean Innes, find a woman named Khedra Azziz. But soon after launching his investigation, Jim is kidnapped and questioned by an Arab family.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: The Empty Frame  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
When cheeky art thieves unexpectedly crash a party to welcome the city's new police commissioner, they leave with $2 million in paintings and force the male guests to take off their pants. Can Jim restore the hosts' stolen art -- and their dignity?


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Kill the Messenger  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
With an important promotion at stake, Sgt. Becker asks Jim to help him investigate the murder of the deputy police chief's wife. But neither knows what to do when some unsavory information about the victim surfaces.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: White on White and Nearly Perfect  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
When the daughter of a high-profile weapons manufacturer goes missing, Jim must join forces with dashing private eye Lance White to find the girl and bring her home. A pre-"Magnum, P.I." Tom Selleck guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: The Jersey Bounce  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
After confronting a pair of noisy neighbors who routinely disturb the peace at the local trailer park, Jim gets slapped with a murder accusation. To make matters worse, his new attorney is too busy to come to his aid.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Rosendahl and Gilda Stern Are Dead  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Working girl Rita Capkovic seeks Jim's help in clearing her name after witnessing the murder of her latest john, a prominent doctor. The police suspect Rita is to blame, but she claims to have seen the real killer. Rita Moreno guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Heartaches of a Fool  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
While making a delivery of breakfast sausages, Rocky is forced off the road and has his delicious cargo stolen. Jim starts his investigation by talking to the sausage company's spokesperson, a popular country-western singer.


The Rockford Files: Season 5  1978  3.0 ★ 1105 mins TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025   
Another year brings more entertaining answering machine messages for ex-con turned private investigator Jim Rockford (James Garner) -- as well as a puzzling case involving his father, a sausage company and a country-western singer. The fifth season of this hit 1970s detective show garnered an Emmy Award for supporting actor Stuart Margolin, as well as five Emmy nominations, including one for guest star Rita Moreno.


The Rockford Files: Season 5  1978  3.0 ★ 1105 mins TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025   
Another year brings more entertaining answering machine messages for ex-con turned private investigator Jim Rockford (James Garner) -- as well as a puzzling case involving his father, a sausage company and a country-western singer. The fifth season of this hit 1970s detective show garnered an Emmy Award for supporting actor Stuart Margolin, as well as five Emmy nominations, including one for guest star Rita Moreno.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Disc 1  1978 197 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Heartaches of a Fool," "Rosendahl and Gilda Stern Are Dead," "The Jersey Bounce" and "White on White and Nearly Perfect."


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Disc 2  1978 197 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Kill the Messenger," "The Empty Frame," "A Three-Day Affair with a Thirty-Day Escrow" and "A Good Clean Bust with Sequel Rights."


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Disc 3  1978 243 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Black Mirror (Part 1)," "Black Mirror (Part 2)," "A Fast Count," "Local Man Eaten by Newspaper" and "With the French Heel Back, Can the Nehru Jacket Be Far Behind?"


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Disc 4  1978 272 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Battle-Ax and the Exploding Cigar," "Guilt," "The Deuce," "The Man Who Saw the Alligators" and "The Return of the Black Shadow."


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Disc 5  1978 186 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "A Material Difference," "Never Send a Boy King to Do a Man's Job (Part 1)," and "Never Send a Boy King to Do a Man's Job (Part 2)" and "A Different Drummer."


The New Maverick  1978  3.1 ★ 92 mins TV Shows Rated: UR
Sixteen years after the Emmy Award-winning original series wrapped, star James Garner returns for all-new adventures as Bret Maverick. In this pilot episode, Bret and brother Bart (Jack Kelly) become mentors to their nephew Ben (Charles Frank), making him the "new Maverick." Their first job is to bring a band of train robbers to justice, but Ben may be too distracted by his romance with the fiery Nell (Susan Blanchard).


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Disc 1  1978 197 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Heartaches of a Fool," "Rosendahl and Gilda Stern Are Dead," "The Jersey Bounce" and "White on White and Nearly Perfect."


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Disc 2  1978 197 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Kill the Messenger," "The Empty Frame," "A Three-Day Affair with a Thirty-Day Escrow" and "A Good Clean Bust with Sequel Rights."


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Disc 3  1978 243 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Black Mirror (Part 1)," "Black Mirror (Part 2)," "A Fast Count," "Local Man Eaten by Newspaper" and "With the French Heel Back, Can the Nehru Jacket Be Far Behind?"


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Disc 4  1978 272 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Battle-Ax and the Exploding Cigar," "Guilt," "The Deuce," "The Man Who Saw the Alligators" and "The Return of the Black Shadow."


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Disc 5  1978 186 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "A Material Difference," "Never Send a Boy King to Do a Man's Job (Part 1)," and "Never Send a Boy King to Do a Man's Job (Part 2)" and "A Different Drummer."


The New Maverick  1978  3.1 ★ 92 mins Television
Sixteen years after the Emmy Award-winning original series wrapped, star James Garner returns for all-new adventures as Bret Maverick. In this pilot episode, Bret and brother Bart (Jack Kelly) become mentors to their nephew Ben (Charles Frank), making him the "new Maverick." Their first job is to bring a band of train robbers to justice, but Ben may be too distracted by his romance with the fiery Nell (Susan Blanchard).


The Rockford Files: Season 5: A Different Drummer  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Jim is hit by a drunk driver and lands in the hospital, where he witnesses a doctor taking organs from an unsuspecting donor. But since he witnessed the crime under heavy sedation, can he truly be sure of what he saw?


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Never Send a Boy King to Do a Man's Job: Part 2  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
With a wary eye on Angel, Jim sets in motion his elaborate sting operation, a complex scheme involving a popular race track and a traveling King Tut exhibit. Dennis Dugan ("Richie Brockelman: Private Eye") guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Never Send a Boy King to Do a Man's Job: Part 1  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Hired to help novice detective Richie Brockelman, Jim organizes a sting operation so elaborate that he needs to hold auditions to find the perfect con artists. Dennis Dugan ("Richie Brockelman: Private Eye") guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: A Material Difference  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Jim comes to Angel's rescue once again when the perpetual schemer pretends to be a hit man in exchange for a $10,000 contract. Angel didn't plan to actually kill his target but he also didn't plan on someone else doing the job for him.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: The Return of the Black Shadow  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Former Black Shadow member John Cooper takes his hog out of storage and goes undercover to get revenge when the Rattlers, a hell-raising motorcycle gang, rape his sister and attack his friend Jim Rockford.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: The Man Who Saw the Alligators  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
An IRS audit and a recently paroled mob hit man with an ax to grind add up to one bad week for Jim Rockford. To escape from it all, Jim heads to the mountains with a pretty accountant. But soon enough, he has more company.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: The Deuce  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
After serving on a hung jury in a case involving alcohol, a moving vehicle and manslaughter, Jim agrees to help the accused prove his innocence. Mills Watson, James Karen and Robert Sampson guest star.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Guilt  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
One of Jim's oldest ex-girlfriends rolls into town with some undesirable baggage: a stalker who wants to kill her. The way Jim sees it, there are at least three suspects -- including the woman who's trying to hire him for an out-of-town job.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: The Battle-Ax and the Exploding Cigar  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
After accepting a ride from an acquaintance who was secretly transporting illegal weapons in a stolen vehicle, Jim winds up being questioned by the feds. But the real mystery is why his "friend" wasn't charged with any crimes.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: With the French Heel Back, Can the Nehru Jacket Be Far Behind?  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Jim receives a call from his ex-girlfriend Carol, a former model, shortly before she dies. The police claim suicide was the cause of death, but one of Carol's friends is convinced she was murdered. Erin Grey ("Silver Spoons") guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: Local Man Eaten by Newspaper  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Jim goes undercover as a tabloid reporter on suspicions that The National Investigator is getting its stories from the private files of Richard Hagens, a doctor whose clientele includes several celebrities.


The Rockford Files: Season 5: A Fast Count  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Jim's investment in the career of boxer Jesus Hernandez is jeopardized when a television personality makes it her mission to get Jesus's manager, Morry Hawthorne, arrested on a trumped-up federal charge. Mary Frann ("Newhart") guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 4  1977  3.0 ★ 1087 mins TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025   
Jim Rockford (James Garner), a world-weary PI from Malibu, returns for more intrigue and mystery in the fourth season of the hit detective series. Rockford is set up for one murder, hired to commit another and more than once becomes the victim of mistaken identity, all the while keeping his unflappable cool. Larry Hagman, Isaac Hayes and Rita Moreno guest star.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: The House on Willis Avenue: Part 2  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Jim's fellow detective and mentor is killed in a car accident, but an inquiry proves Jim's theory that it was murder. Angered, Jim recruits private investigator Richie Brockelman to help him identify the culprit and a possible motive. Part 2 of 2.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: The House on Willis Avenue: Part 1  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Jim's fellow detective and mentor is killed in a car accident, but an inquiry proves Jim's theory that it was murder. Angered, Jim recruits young private investigator Richie Brockelman to help him identify the culprit and a possible motive.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Trouble in Chapter 17  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
An author seeks Jim's help when her new book on how to be the perfect wife draws death threats. Jim isn't ready to be a bodyguard, but a lot of coincidental "accidents" convince him that there may be something to the writer's story.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Beamer's Last Case  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim returns from a well-deserved vacation in Puerto Rico to find that someone has totaled his beloved Firebird and is using his identity, clothes, trailer and credit cards. Worst of all, the impostor is taking on new work in Jim's name.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Disc 4  1977 247 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Gang at Don's Drive-In," "The Paper Palace," "Dwarf in a Helium Hat," "South by Southeast" and "The Competitive Edge."


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Disc 5  1977 148 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Prisoner of Rosemont Hall," "The House on Willis Avenue (Part 1)" and "The House on Willis Avenue (Part 2)." America's Top Sleuths and the bonus episode "White on White and Nearly Perfect" are also included.


The Rockford Files: Season 4  1977  3.0 ★ 1087 mins TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025   
Jim Rockford (James Garner), a world-weary PI from Malibu, returns for more intrigue and mystery in the fourth season of the hit detective series. Rockford is set up for one murder, hired to commit another and more than once becomes the victim of mistaken identity, all the while keeping his unflappable cool. Larry Hagman, Isaac Hayes and Rita Moreno guest star.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: The Attractive Nuisance  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Rocky's new diner is burgled, and the ensuing investigation reopens a 50-year-old unsolved federal case. Meanwhile, Jim must deal with a lawsuit-chasing old man who sues when he falls off the roof of Jim's trailer.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Hotel of Fear  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Angel fears for his life when he's the only witness to a murder by a well-known hit man. The district attorney has him covered, though, with a witness protection package that includes a swank hotel suite and gourmet eats.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Requiem for a Funny Box  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Has-been stand-up comedian Kenny Bell is threatened by his former partner and seeks Jim's protection. But Jim's job has hardly begun when the partner turns up dead, the victim of a mob hit. Did Kenny order the assassination, or is he the next target?


The Rockford Files: Season 4: The Battle of Canoga Park  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
The unlicensed gun Jim keeps hidden in his cookie jar is used to shoot a gas station owner. Behind bars for the crime, Jim must find out who had access to his trailer -- and why someone would want to set him up.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: The Dog and Pony Show  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
A former mental patient believes that a covert government agent is being held in a psychiatric facility against his will. Jim believes there may be some truth to the story, but his investigation gets him involved with both the mob and the feds.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Forced Retirement  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Beth suspects that an old college friend is involved in a shady business deal, but she's too close to the situation to prove it. Enter Jim, who uses his alter ego "Jimmy Joe Meeker" to get to the truth from the inside. Larry Hagman guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: The House on Willis Avenue  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR
Jim's fellow detective and mentor is killed in a car accident, but an inquiry proves Jim's theory that it was murder. Angered, Jim recruits young private investigator Richie Brockelman to help him identify the culprit and a possible motive.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: The Prisoner of Rosemont Hall  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
A friend hires Jim to find his son, who disappeared on a university campus while investigating the abduction of a young Arab prince. The clues indicate that the missing student may have been the victim of fraternity hazing gone out of control.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: The Competitive Edge  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
The trail of a missing embezzler leads Jim to a health club, where drug use runs rampant among the staff and the clientele. Fearing that their secret will be exposed, the management has Jim committed to a psychiatric institution.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: South by Southeast  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim is mistaken for a government agent and sent to South America on a mission he doesn't understand. Once there, however, he becomes involved with a wealthy heiress's plot to escape her controlling husband.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Dwarf in a Helium Hat  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
When Jim gets a threatening phone call meant for someone else, he sets out to find the intended recipient. The trail leads to an infamous social climber, who's being harassed by a mobster with a grudge. Rocker Rick Springfield guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: The Paper Palace  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Prostitute Rita Capkovic is being followed by two mysterious French-speaking men, and she's been receiving death threats. Believing that the duo are hit men, she hires Jim to find out why they're stalking her. Rita Moreno guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: A Deadly Maze  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
A wealthy man hires Jim to find his missing wife and offers him more and more money as the search grows increasingly perilous. Jim soon realizes he's being used as a pawn in a behavioral experiment, but getting out alive means finishing the "game."


The Rockford Files: Season 4: The Mayor's Committee From Deer Lick Falls  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Four small-town Michigan businessmen descend on Malibu and seek Jim's help in buying a fire engine. The whole arrangement strikes him as peculiar, and he soon discovers that the transaction is merely a pretext to hide the men's more sinister motive.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: The Queen of Peru  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
An obnoxious family of tourists parks their RV next to Jim's trailer. When they finally pull up stakes, they make off with his barbecue grill, unaware that thieves have hidden a diamond worth $3 million inside it.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Disc 1  1977 197 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Beamer's Last Case," "Trouble in Chapter 17," "The Battle of Canoga Park" and "Second Chance."


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Irving the Explainer  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
A freelance writer enlists Jim's help in interviewing two aging German filmmakers. Along the way, Jim encounters the French police, a 30-year-old murder, a search for a missing painting and the discovery that the writer has something to hide.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Disc 2  1977 247 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Dog and Pony Show," "Requiem for a Funny Box," "Quickie Nirvana," "Irving the Explainer" and "The Mayor's Committee From Deer Lick Falls."


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Quickie Nirvana  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim quickly regrets agreeing to help aging hippie Sky Aquarian, who's being used as a pawn in her boss's embezzlement scheme. Sky and Jim soon realize they're expendable when a pair of enforcers comes looking for their $30,000.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Disc 3  1977 248 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Hotel of Fear," "Forced Retirement," "The Queen of Peru," "A Deadly Maze" and "The Attractive Nuisance."


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Second Chance  1977 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim's friend Gandolph Fitch returns in search of Jim's help. His girlfriend, a popular nightclub singer, has been abducted by her violent ex-husband, who's just been released from prison. Isaac Hayes and Dionne Warwick guest star.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Disc 4  1977 247 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Gang at Don's Drive-In," "The Paper Palace," "Dwarf in a Helium Hat," "South by Southeast" and "The Competitive Edge."


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Disc 5  1977 148 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Prisoner of Rosemont Hall," "The House on Willis Avenue (Part 1)" and "The House on Willis Avenue (Part 2)." America's Top Sleuths and the bonus episode "White on White and Nearly Perfect" are also included.


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Disc 1  1977 197 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Beamer's Last Case," "Trouble in Chapter 17," "The Battle of Canoga Park" and "Second Chance."


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Disc 2  1977 247 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Dog and Pony Show," "Requiem for a Funny Box," "Quickie Nirvana," "Irving the Explainer" and "The Mayor's Committee From Deer Lick Falls."


The Rockford Files: Season 4: Disc 3  1977 248 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Hotel of Fear," "Forced Retirement," "The Queen of Peru," "A Deadly Maze" and "The Attractive Nuisance."


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Dirty Money, Black Light  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Rocky starts receiving thousands of dollars in the mail, and Jim immediately smells a rat. The cash is linked to a series of Las Vegas casino robberies, and Rocky ends up behind bars as the fall guy. Desperate, Jim turns to loan sharks for help.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Crack Back  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Beth is hired to defend a pro football player accused of robbery and murder, and the case attracts the attention of a mysterious stalker. Unwilling to drop her client for her own safety and sanity, she turns to Jim for protection.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: To Protect and Serve: Part 2  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim finally locates the woman he was hired to find, but with both their lives in danger, he's forced to stash her in a safe house. It doesn't remain safe for long, though, when a female police groupie obsessed with the case comes calling.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: To Protect and Serve: Part 1  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
A wealthy man hires Jim to find his missing fiancée -- and threatens him with murder if the case isn't solved within 24 hours. Meanwhile, Jim is caught in the middle when someone is ready to kill to keep the woman from being found.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: New Life, Old Dragons  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
A young Vietnamese woman seeks Jim's help in finding her brother, who apparently vanished after leaving a relocation center. Jim is sympathetic, but he soon discovers that there's more to the case than she's telling him.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Just Another Polish Wedding  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim's friend Gandolph Fitch is just out of prison and looking for a job. Unfortunately, Jim's attempt to help backfires when Gandolph's new boss, a rival private investigator, starts poaching Jim's cases. Isaac Hayes guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: The Becker Connection  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
A cache of seized heroin disappears from the narcotics division's evidence room, and Dennis is suspended when he becomes the prime suspect. Jim knows a setup when he sees one and sets out to clear his friend's name.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: The Trees, the Bees and T.T. Flowers: Part 2  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim continues to search for the reason why Rocky's friend T.T. Flowers was involuntarily committed to a nursing home. When Jim springs T.T. from the facility, the old man hightails it to his property, which greedy developers plan to snatch.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: The Trees, the Bees and T.T. Flowers: Part 1  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Rocky is distraught when his friend T.T. Flowers is declared incompetent and committed to a nursing home against his will. Jim offers his services and questions Flowers's daughter and son-in-law, who are behind the move. Strother Martin guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Sticks and Stones May Break Your Bones, But Waterbury Will Bury You  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Three private investigators are framed for various felonies and lose their licenses as a result. To prove their innocence, they turn to Jim, whose search leads to a rival detective agency and the femme fatale who works for them.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: There's One in Every Port  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
A dying friend persuades Jim to enter a high-stakes poker game that turns out to be a big con. To clear his name, Jim must devise a scheme of his own against his duplicitous buddy and the thugs who work for him.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: The Trouble with Warren  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Beth's cousin Warren is accused of murdering his boss, who just so happens to be his mistress's husband. When Jim tries to help, he finds himself charged with assaulting a police officer, grand theft auto and other assorted felonies.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Piece Work  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
While investigating an insurance claim for a health club, Jim is mistaken for a police officer. The resulting confusion puts him in the midst of a federal agent's undercover scheme to expose a gun-smuggling operation.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Return to the 38th Parallel  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
An old Army buddy comes to Jim claiming to be down on his luck and asks for help in a missing persons case. Jim discovers too late that he's really being used in a scheme to retrieve a priceless stolen vase.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Rattlers' Class of '63  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Angel's attempt to con a wealthy family out of their money fails, so he decides to marry into the clan instead. But his luck changes when he's implicated in a murder, and Jim's investigation uncovers some shocking family secrets.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: So Help Me God  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim is called to testify before a grand jury in the case of a missing union boss. Someone has convinced the prosecutor that Jim has details about the incident, but Jim's inability to answer questions lands him in jail for contempt.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Coulter City Wildcat  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim becomes suspicious when a pair of thugs bullies Rocky into signing over oil rights to a tract of land he owns. After all, what do the men want with a piece of real estate that's virtually worthless?


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Drought at Indianhead River  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Angel becomes an overnight success in the real estate business, but his luck turns out to be too good to be true. He's unaware that he's doing business with the mob, and Jim discovers the truth just as Angel is targeted by a hit man.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Feeding Frenzy  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Three years ago, Jim's friend Charly embezzled a fortune from the company he worked for. Now, he asks Jim's help in returning the money, but their plans are derailed when Charly's daughter is kidnapped and the cash must be used for ransom.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: The Family Hour  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim's fishing trip is sidelined when he finds a young girl abandoned outside his trailer. He and Rocky set out to find her father and discover why he left, an investigation that leads to narcotics agents working on the wrong side of the law.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: The Oracle Wore a Cashmere Suit  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
When a fortune-teller claims that Jim knows details of a missing couple's murder, it arouses the interest of the media and the authorities. But Jim has trouble convincing everyone that he's clueless about the crime.


The Rockford Files: Season 3: The Fourth Man  1976 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim's stewardess friend Lori seeks his help when she believes someone is trying to kill her. The man she fingers is an unassuming coin dealer, who just so happens to be an assassin in his spare time. But why is Lori on his hit list?


The Rockford Files: Season 3  1976  3.0 ★ TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Sharp as a tack and cool as a cucumber, private investigator Jim Rockford (James Garner) hunts down kidnappers, mobsters, killers and other villains in Season 3 of the popular 1970s series. This season, the maverick private eye gets tossed in the slammer and accused of murder. And continuing the fun from previous seasons, Jim gets in more than one tight spot thanks to his troublemaking pal Angel (Stuart Margolin).


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Disc 1  1976 197 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Fourth Man," "The Oracle Wore a Cashmere Suit," "The Family Hour" and "Feeding Frenzy."


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Disc 2  1976 247 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Drought at Indianhead River," "Coulter City Wildcat," "So Help Me God," "Rattlers' Class of '63" and "Return to the 38th Parallel."


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Disc 4  1976 246 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Trees, the Bees and T.T. Flowers (Part 1)," "The Trees, the Bees and T.T. Flowers (Part 2)," "The Becker Connection," "Just Another Polish Wedding" and "New Life, Old Dragons."


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Disc 5  1976 197 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "To Protect and Serve (Part 1)," "To Protect and Serve (Part 2)," "Crack Back" and "Dirty Money, Black Light."


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Disc 3  1976 198 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Piece Work," "The Trouble with Warren," "There's One in Every Port" and "Sticks and Stones May Break Your Bones..."


The Rockford Files: Season 3  1976  3.0 ★ TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Sharp as a tack and cool as a cucumber, private investigator Jim Rockford (James Garner) hunts down kidnappers, mobsters, killers and other villains in Season 3 of the popular 1970s series. This season, the maverick private eye gets tossed in the slammer and accused of murder. And continuing the fun from previous seasons, Jim gets in more than one tight spot thanks to his troublemaking pal Angel (Stuart Margolin).


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Disc 3  1976 198 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Piece Work," "The Trouble with Warren," "There's One in Every Port" and "Sticks and Stones May Break Your Bones..."


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Disc 5  1976 197 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "To Protect and Serve (Part 1)," "To Protect and Serve (Part 2)," "Crack Back" and "Dirty Money, Black Light."


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Disc 4  1976 246 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Trees, the Bees and T.T. Flowers (Part 1)," "The Trees, the Bees and T.T. Flowers (Part 2)," "The Becker Connection," "Just Another Polish Wedding" and "New Life, Old Dragons."


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Disc 2  1976 247 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Drought at Indianhead River," "Coulter City Wildcat," "So Help Me God," "Rattlers' Class of '63" and "Return to the 38th Parallel."


The Rockford Files: Season 3: Disc 1  1976 197 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Fourth Man," "The Oracle Wore a Cashmere Suit," "The Family Hour" and "Feeding Frenzy."


The Rockford Files: Season 2  1975  3.0 ★ 1109 mins TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
The classic Emmy Award-winning private eye series returns for a second season of convoluted crime plots and crazy car chases. Jim Rockford (James Garner) is an ex-con turned private investigator who, ironically, would rather go fishing than confront criminals. Luckily for Jim, whenever his laid-back attitude gets him into trouble, his father, his lawyer Beth, his cop friend Dennis and his former cellmate Angel are usually there to bail him out.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: The Deep Blue Sleep  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
After discovering Beth's model friend, Margo Adams, murdered in her car, Jim investigates the suspicious owner of the salon Margo once worked for and discovers a surprising connection to organized crime.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Gearjammers: Part 2  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
With his father continuing to be targeted by a group of dangerous hijackers and his beloved Firebird up in flames, Jim poses as the road boss for a fake trucking company to infiltrate an organized crime operation.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Gearjammers: Part 1  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim comes to the defense of his father when Rocky accidentally witnesses an illegal transaction between his old pal, Johnny Lo Salvo, and some shady truckers, unwittingly becoming the target of a ring of hijackers.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: The Farnsworth Stratagem  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
When Sgt. Becker and his wife, Peggy, get taken by a real estate scam involving a hotel they've just invested in, Jim teams up with Rocky, Angel and a charming children's author to bring the con artists down.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: The Aaron Ironwood School of Success  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Following a run-in with two mysterious gunmen at the airport, Jim reluctantly agrees to protect his childhood pal from gangsters who are strong-arming him into selling his company. He later finds out that it's all connected.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: The Real Easy Red Dog  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
When a mysterious woman hires him to investigate the apparent suicide of her sister, Rockford discovers that the dead woman may have actually been murdered due to her shocking connection to a black-market baby operation.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Foul on the First Play  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
While investigating points-shaving allegations against his former parole officer turned pro basketball exec, Jim discovers the murder of a league commissioner and wonders if he's the one getting played. Louis Gossett Jr. guest stars.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Disc 1  1975 202 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Aaron Ironwood School of Success," "The Farnsworth Stratagem," "Gearjammers (Part 1)" and "Gearjammers (Part 2)."


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Disc 2  1975 201 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Deep Blue Sleep," "The Great Blue Lake Land and Development Company," "The Easy Red Dog" and "Resurrection in Black & White."


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Disc 3  1975 202 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Chicken Little Is a Little Chicken," "2 Into 5.56 Won't Go," "Pastoria Prime Pick" and "The Reincarnation of Angie."


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Disc 4  1975 202 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Girl in the Bay City Boys Club," "The Hammer of C Black," "The No-Cut Contract" and "A Portrait of Elizabeth."


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Disc 5  1975 202 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Joey Blue Eyes," "In Hazard," "The Italian Bird Fiasco" and "Where's Houston."


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Disc 6  1975 102 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the episodes "Foul on the First Play" and "A Bad Deal in the Valley."


The Rockford Files: Season 2: The Great Blue Lake Land and Development Company  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
What starts out as a simple breakdown in Great Blue Lake devolves into a town-wide conspiracy when Rockford finds himself grifted out of the $10,000 bond he was transporting and is named as the only suspect in a murder investigation.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Disc 1  1975 202 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Aaron Ironwood School of Success," "The Farnsworth Stratagem," "Gearjammers (Part 1)" and "Gearjammers (Part 2)."


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Disc 2  1975 201 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Deep Blue Sleep," "The Great Blue Lake Land and Development Company," "The Easy Red Dog" and "Resurrection in Black & White."


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Disc 3  1975 202 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Chicken Little Is a Little Chicken," "2 Into 5.56 Won't Go," "Pastoria Prime Pick" and "The Reincarnation of Angie."


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Disc 4  1975 202 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Girl in the Bay City Boys Club," "The Hammer of C Black," "The No-Cut Contract" and "A Portrait of Elizabeth."


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Disc 5  1975 202 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Joey Blue Eyes," "In Hazard," "The Italian Bird Fiasco" and "Where's Houston."


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Disc 6  1975 102 mins Television
This disc includes the episodes "Foul on the First Play" and "A Bad Deal in the Valley."


The Rockford Files: Season 2: A Bad Deal in the Valley  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
After agreeing to lend his former flame a hand by dropping off a briefcase to a real estate office, Jim lands himself in a sticky situation. As it turns out, the bag contains $100,000 in counterfeit bills.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: The No-Cut Contract  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Rockford is forced to save his own hide when, somehow, both the mob and the feds come to the conclusion that he's in possession of a set of mysterious tapes once owned by King Sturtevant. One problem: Jim has no idea who King Sturtevant is.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Where's Houston  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim agrees to help Rocky's old friend Peter out by investigating the alleged kidnapping of the man's granddaughter, Houston. But when she turns up safe and Peter is murdered, Rockford suspects that Houston was involved in some shady business.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: The Hammer of C Block  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Released from prison after serving 20 years for a crime he insists he didn't commit, Rockford's buddy Gandolph Fitch asks Jim to help him find the true murderer of the woman he was accused of killing.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: The Italian Bird Fiasco  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
When the rare bird sculpture he's been sent to purchase is broken in an attempted robbery, Rockford looks for a way to replace the piece for his client and finds himself at the center of a stolen art ring.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: The Girl in the Bay City Boys Club  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Jim is duped by a deputy district attorney, posing as a dead man, into infiltrating an underground poker game at the Bay City Boys Club to see if the high-stakes venture is actually rigged by the owners of the building.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: In Hazard  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Hoping to shed some light on a difficult case that has landed Beth behind bars with a contempt of court charge, Rockford does some digging around and discovers that her client, Arnold Bailey, has some unsettling connections to the mob.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: The Reincarnation of Angie  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Hired by a woman named Angela Perris to investigate the disappearance of her brother, Rockford runs afoul of a surly federal agent and finds himself accused of murder when a body turns up in the trunk of his Firebird.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Joey Blue Eyes  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Beth persuades Rockford against his better judgment to help fellow ex-con Joey "Blue Eyes" DiMinna when a crooked corporation attempts to force him into selling his restaurant by levying threats against his daughter, Paulette.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Pastoria Prime Pick  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
A simple breakdown on the side of small-town roads leads to Rockford being charged with a mountain of inexplicable charges, including narcotics smuggling with intent to supply, grand theft auto, assault and battery, and statutory rape.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: A Portrait of Elizabeth  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Despite his obvious jealousy, Rockford agrees to investigate some shady financial transactions for Beth's new boyfriend, Dave Delaroux, and discovers that the guy might be involved in some criminal activity.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Chicken Little Is a Little Chicken  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Rockford learns firsthand of the punishment that comes along with doing a good deed when his former cellmate, Angel, asks him to help retrieve some money from a fellow con artist, and Jim winds up crossing paths with some dangerous gangsters.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: 2 Into 5.56 Won't Go  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
When the daughter of his former Army commander recruits him to investigate the alleged accidental death of her father, Rockford unearths a gun-smuggling ring involving some high-ranking Army officials and members of the local police force.


The Rockford Files: Season 2: Resurrection in Black & White  1975 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
An ambitious journalist named Susan Alexander hires Rockford to help her flesh out an elaborate conspiracy, which resulted in the unjust imprisonment of a man who was convicted of murdering his longtime girlfriend.


The Rockford Files: Season 2  1975  3.0 ★ 1109 mins TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
The classic Emmy Award-winning private eye series returns for a second season of convoluted crime plots and crazy car chases. Jim Rockford (James Garner) is an ex-con turned private investigator who, ironically, would rather go fishing than confront criminals. Luckily for Jim, whenever his laid-back attitude gets him into trouble, his father, his lawyer Beth, his cop friend Dennis and his former cellmate Angel are usually there to bail him out.


The Rockford Files  1974  3.7 ★ Television
James Garner shines in this iconic 1970s series as Jim Rockford, a Los Angeles private eye with a trailer on the beach, a wisecrack on his lips and the intellect to crack every case. Not the usual loner, Rockford is hardboiled but never hard to like. Rockford's biggest fans are his dad, Rocky (Noah Beery Jr.), and best friend, cop Dennis Becker (Joe Santos), who help him as he nabs bad guys on the dangerous but scenic streets of Los Angeles.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Backlash of the Hunter: Part 1  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
After the police are unable to help her, Sara Butler hires Rockford to find out who strangled her father to death with a necktie. Rockford searches for information on Mrs. Mildred Elias, a wealthy woman who has an interest in helping Sara's brother.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Roundabout  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Hired by an insurance company, Jim travels to Las Vegas to find Nancy Wade and give her a check for her mother's death. Jim waits to witness Nancy deposit the check at a bank, but she's hesitant to cooperate.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Disc 2  1974 192 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Exit Prentiss Carr," "Tall Woman in Red Wagon," "This Case is Closed (Part 1) and "This Case is Closed (Part 2)."


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Disc 3  1974 192 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Big Ripoff," "Find Me If You Can," "In Pursuit of Carol Thorne" and "The Dexter Crisis."


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Say Goodbye to Jennifer  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Fashion photographer Mitch wants Jim to find Jennifer Ryburn, a model who's also a murder suspect. Although dental records have confirmed Jennifer's death in a car accident, Mitch is sure that she's alive and living in Seattle.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Disc 4  1974 192 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Caledonia: It's Worth a Fortune," "Profit and Loss (Part 1)," "Profit and Loss (Part 2)" and "Aura Lee, Farewell."


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Claire  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Jim gets an unexpected call from his former lover Claire, who needs help dealing with some trouble she's gotten into. When Jim tries to find information on Claire and the man she's looking for, he inadvertently draws the attention of the police.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Disc 5  1974 192 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Sleight of Hand," "Counter Gambit," "Claire" and "Say Goodbye to Jennifer."


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Counter Gambit  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
When his former enemy, Moss Williams, comes looking for his help recovering a valuable necklace, Jim turns him down. But insurance agent Edgar Burch convinces Jim to take the case by offering him a sizeable reward.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Disc 6  1974 192 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Charlie Harris at Large," "The Four Pound Brick," "Just by Accident" and "Roundabout."


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Sleight of Hand  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
When his girlfriend, Karen, goes missing, Jim tries to figure out the relationship between her disappearance and a recent murder. With Karen's daughter making confusing claims and the police of no assistance, Jim follows the few leads he has.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Aura Lee, Farewell  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
When her coworker and close friend dies of a heroin overdose, Sara Butler is shocked because the girl never used drugs. Hired to investigate this tragedy, Jim finds a connection between the dead girl and a powerful politician.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Profit and Loss: Part 2  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Facing pressure from both the police and Fiscal Dynamics Inc., Jim considers abandoning his investigation. But after gathering new evidence from a crime scene, he draws closer to exposing a major corporate cover-up.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Profit and Loss: Part 1  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
After contacting Jim for help, computer programmer Alec Morris is kidnapped. At the request of Alec's wife, Helen, Jim begins investigating and uncovers secret information about Fiscal Dynamics Inc., Alec's powerful employer.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Caledonia: It's Worth a Fortune  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Imprisoned convict Gerald Hyland tells his wife, Jolene, that the fortune he stole is hidden in Caledonia. Jolene hires Jim to help her find it, but they run into former prisoners who also know about the money and want a piece of the action.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: The Dexter Crisis  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Hired to find millionaire Charles Dexter's missing mistress, Susan, Jim travels to Las Vegas with Susan's persistent roommate, Louise. Jim locates the girl, but he soon finds himself being attacked -- and later arrested by the police.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: In Pursuit of Carol Thorne  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Jim follows recent parolee Carol Thorne, hoping she'll lead him to her missing boyfriend, Cliff Hoad. After getting close to Carol, Jim learns that Cliff was involved in a major bank robbery and still has the stolen money.


The Rockford Files  1974  3.7 ★ TV Shows  until 01-Jan-2025   
James Garner shines in this iconic 1970s series as Jim Rockford, a Los Angeles private eye with a trailer on the beach, a wisecrack on his lips and the intellect to crack every case. Not the usual loner, Rockford is hardboiled but never hard to like. Rockford's biggest fans are his dad, Rocky (Noah Beery Jr.), and best friend, cop Dennis Becker (Joe Santos), who help him as he nabs bad guys on the dangerous but scenic streets of Los Angeles.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Find Me If You Can  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Joan Van Ark guest stars as a mysterious woman claiming to be Florence Baker, a client who hires Jim to find her. After discovering Florence is actually named Barbara Kelbaker, Jim learns that she's connected to the dangerous Ralph Correll.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: The Big Ripoff  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Jim looks into a fatal plane crash that claimed the life of Steve Nelson and concludes the man may have faked his own death. Jim then begins following Steve's lover, Nancy, the woman who originally hired him to take on the case.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: This Case Is Closed: Part 2  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR
After getting into a huge argument with his client, Warren Jameson, Jim tries to evade a Chrysler that's following his car. Jameson's daughter Susan comes looking for Jim and wants him to find her fiancé, Mark, who's gone missing.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: This Case Is Closed: Part 1  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR
Hired to investigate Warren Jameson's future son-in-law, Mark Chalmers, Jim finds himself being harassed by unknown groups. After threatening to quit the case, Jim agrees to travel to Newark to dig up more information about Mark's past.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Tall Woman in Red Wagon  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Jim is hired to locate Charlotte Duskey, a tall and beautiful redhead who's gone missing. When he's told that Charlotte is dead and her remains have been shipped out of town, Jim pretends to be a funeral director to find the body.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Exit Prentiss Carr  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Jim discovers the dead body of Janet Carr's husband, Prentiss, the man he was hired to find. When the police designate the death a suicide, Jim strongly disagrees and begins his own investigation into the matter.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: The Countess  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
When former countess Deborah Ryder learns someone is trying to blackmail her, she hires Jim to protect her interests. After the blackmailer, Carl Brego, turns up dead, Jim struggles to prove to the police that he wasn't the killer.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: The Dark and Bloody Ground  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
When Jim agrees to help lawyer Beth Davenport prove her client isn't a murderer, he has no idea the trouble he's getting into. As he tries to uncover information about the victim, Jim unwittingly becomes the target of several assassination attempts.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: The Kirkoff Case  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
James Woods guest stars Larry Kirkoff, a wealthy man the police suspect of murdering both of his parents. Hired by Larry to find the real killer, Jim investigates Travis Buckman, Mrs. Kirkoff's lover, and Tawnia Baker, Mr. Kirkoff's lover.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Backlash of the Hunter: Part 2  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
After the police are unable to help her, Sara Butler hires Rockford to find out who strangled her father to death with a necktie. Jim searches for information on Mrs. Mildred Elias, a wealthy woman who has an interest in helping Sara's brother.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Disc 1  1974 192 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Kirkoff Case," "The Dark and Bloody Ground" and "The Countess."


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Backlash of the Hunter  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR
After the police are unable to help her, Sara Butler hires Rockford to find out who strangled her father to death with a necktie. Jim searches for information on Mrs. Mildred Elias, a wealthy woman who has an interest in helping Sara's brother.


The Rockford Files: Season 1  1974  3.0 ★ 1157 mins TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025   
This classic TV series centers on Jim Rockford (James Garner), a top-shelf private investigator with a background his clients would never expect. A former jailbird who lives in a trailer in Malibu, Jim has a fine-tuned sense of justice that was honed when he was framed for a crime. That's why he's set up a shingle and committed his life to hounding those who are truly guilty. Want to hire him? Just leave a message on his iconic machine.


The Rockford Files: Season 1  1974  3.0 ★ 1157 mins TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025   
This classic TV series centers on Jim Rockford (James Garner), a top-shelf private investigator with a background his clients would never expect. A former jailbird who lives in a trailer in Malibu, Jim has a fine-tuned sense of justice that was honed when he was framed for a crime. That's why he's set up a shingle and committed his life to hounding those who are truly guilty. Want to hire him? Just leave a message on his iconic machine.


This Case Is Closed  1974 Television  until 01-Jan-2025 
Hired to investigate Warren Jameson's future son-in-law, Jim finds himself being harassed by unknown groups.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Disc 2  1974 192 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Exit Prentiss Carr," "Tall Woman in Red Wagon," "This Case is Closed (Part 1) and "This Case is Closed (Part 2)."


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Disc 3  1974 192 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Big Ripoff," "Find Me If You Can," "In Pursuit of Carol Thorne" and "The Dexter Crisis."


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Disc 4  1974 192 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Caledonia: It's Worth a Fortune," "Profit and Loss (Part 1)," "Profit and Loss (Part 2)" and "Aura Lee, Farewell."


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Disc 5  1974 192 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Sleight of Hand," "Counter Gambit," "Claire" and "Say Goodbye to Jennifer."


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Disc 6  1974 192 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Charlie Harris at Large," "The Four Pound Brick," "Just by Accident" and "Roundabout."


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Disc 1  1974 192 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Kirkoff Case," "The Dark and Bloody Ground" and "The Countess."


The Rockford Files: Season 1: The Four Pound Brick  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
On Rocky's suggestion, Jim meets with Kate Banning, a grieving mother whose police officer son was recently found dead. Although she cannot afford to pay, Kate wants Jim to prove that her son didn't die accidentally but, rather, was murdered.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Just by Accident  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Jim investigates the death of Billy Jo Hartman, a demolition derby driver who died in a puzzling car accident. Jim meets with Jeannie Szymczyk, who claims she didn't know Billy Jo -- but she's listed as a beneficiary on his life insurance policy.


The Rockford Files: Season 1: Charlie Harris at Large  1974 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
After his wife is found murdered and he's named as the prime suspect, Charlie Harris turns to his old prison buddy, Jim Rockford, for help. Jim searches for Charlie's mistress, the one person who can confirm Charlie's innocence.


One Little Indian  1973  3.0 ★ 90 mins Children & Family Rated: G
Charged with mutiny and desertion, cavalryman Clint Keyes (James Garner) goes on the run in the New Mexico desert, where he befriends Mark (Clay O'Brien), a white boy who's trying to reunite with his adoptive Indian mother, Blue Feather. But with the obsessed Capt. Stewart (Pat Hingle) and his men on their trail, can the duo odd outfox their pursuers? Vera Miles and a young Jodie Foster also star in this engaging Disney Western.


One Little Indian  1973  3.0 ★ 90 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: G
Charged with mutiny and desertion, cavalryman Clint Keyes (James Garner) goes on the run in the New Mexico desert, where he befriends Mark (Clay O'Brien), a white boy who's trying to reunite with his adoptive Indian mother, Blue Feather. But with the obsessed Capt. Stewart (Pat Hingle) and his men on their trail, can the duo odd outfox their pursuers? Vera Miles and a young Jodie Foster also star in this engaging Disney Western.


Skin Game  1971  3.5 ★ Action & Adventure
In this comedy, white con man Quincy Drew rides the Old West making coin by selling his "slave" Jason (in fact a free black man and fellow flim-flam artist), then springing him so the pair can ride off to run their scam in another town.


A Man Called Sledge  1971  3.0 ★ 91 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
James Garner is Luther Sledge, the leader of a pack of rebels who are planning to steal a stash of gold. But after the thieves actually manage to get away with the bounty, they soon discover that the enemy lies within their midst. As they begin to bicker over who should get the biggest cut, the stage is set for a deadly showdown. Claude Akins and John Marley co-star in this Italian Western directed by Vic Morrow.


Support Your Local Gunfighter  1971  3.7 ★ 93 mins Action & Adventure Rated: G
Lothario James Garner is on the run from woman trouble but needs money -- so he stops in town to fob off drifter Jack Elam as a famous gunfighter. The plan? Cash in, pay some debts and blow town before the real deal shows up.


Once Upon a Wheel  1971  2.9 ★ 51 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Actor and racing enthusiast Paul Newman hosts this fast-paced, award-winning glimpse into the early days of race-car driving. Celebrity friends such as Kirk Douglas, Dick Smothers and James Garner join Newman at the classic Indy 500, Formula One and NASCAR events. Featured are some of the most legendary race-car drivers of all time, including Mario Andretti, Parnelli Jones, Bobby Isaac, Richard Petty, Al and Bobby Unser and many more.


A Man Called Sledge  1971  3.0 ★ 91 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
James Garner is Luther Sledge, the leader of a pack of rebels who are planning to steal a stash of gold. But after the thieves actually manage to get away with the bounty, they soon discover that the enemy lies within their midst. As they begin to bicker over who should get the biggest cut, the stage is set for a deadly showdown. Claude Akins and John Marley co-star in this Italian Western directed by Vic Morrow.


Support Your Local Gunfighter  1971  3.7 ★ 93 mins Action & Adventure Rated: G  until 01-Jan-2025 
Lothario James Garner is on the run from woman trouble, but he needs traveling money. So, he stops in town just long enough to fob off drifter Jack Elam as a famous gunfighter. The plan: Cash in, pay some debts and blow town before the real deal shows up. The "supporting" cast includes Suzanne Pleshette, Harry Morgan and Joan Blondell.


Support Your Local Sheriff Nominated For/Won Awards 1969  3.7 ★ 92 mins Classics Rated: G
James Garner stars in this Wild West parody as a sharpshooting drifter who stumbles upon the lawless gold rush town of Calendar and winds up appointed as the new sheriff. With memorable performances from Bruce Dern as the villainous Joe Danby and Joan Hackett as Prudy Perkins, the requisite damsel in distress, this hilarious spoof is directed by Burt Kennedy.


Support Your Local Sheriff Nominated For/Won Awards 1968  3.8 ★ 92 mins Action & Adventure Rated: G RT:64%
James Garner stars in this Wild West parody as a sharpshooting drifter who stumbles upon the lawless gold rush town of Calendar and winds up appointed as the new sheriff. With memorable performances from Bruce Dern as the villainous Joe Danby and Joan Hackett as Prudy Perkins, the requisite damsel in distress, this hilarious spoof is directed by Burt Kennedy.


Hour of the Gun  1967  3.2 ★ 101 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Notorious Wild West gunslingers Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday hunt down the vengeful Clanton Brothers in John Sturges' sequel to Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. When the Clantons gun down Earp's (James Garner) brothers, the lawman turns into a vengeful vigilante. Earp organizes a ruthless posse and brings aboard as his deputy gambler Doc Holliday (Jason Robards), who tries to keep the enraged Earp on the right side of the law.


Hour of the Gun  1967  3.2 ★ 101 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Notorious Wild West gunslingers Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday hunt down the vengeful Clanton Brothers in John Sturges' sequel to Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. When the Clantons gun down Earp's (James Garner) brothers, the lawman turns into a vengeful vigilante. Earp organizes a ruthless posse and brings aboard as his deputy gambler Doc Holliday (Jason Robards), who tries to keep the enraged Earp on the right side of the law.


Duel at Diablo  1966  3.3 ★ 104 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
It's the U.S. Cavalry versus the Indians in this lively shoot-'em-up. Jess Remsberg (James Garner) is a ruggedly handsome scout, and Toller (Sidney Poitier) is a former trooper who makes a living breaking in horses. When their former commanding officer leads a group of raw recruits to a distant outpost, they're ambushed by Apaches -- and it's up to Remsberg and Toller to save the day.


Duel at Diablo  1966  3.3 ★ 104 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
It's the U.S. Cavalry versus the Indians in this lively shoot-'em-up. Jess Remsberg (James Garner) is a ruggedly handsome scout, and Toller (Sidney Poitier) is a former trooper who makes a living breaking in horses. When their former commanding officer leads a group of raw recruits to a distant outpost, they're ambushed by Apaches -- and it's up to Remsberg and Toller to save the day.


Grand Prix Nominated For/Won Awards 1966  3.6 ★ 176 mins Classics Rated: NR
John Frankenheimer's spectacular auto-racing epic won Oscars for editing, sound and sound effects. When American Grand Prix driver Pete Aron (James Garner) is fired after crashing in Monaco and injuring his British teammate, Scott Stoddard (Brian Bedford), he starts driving for a Japanese team. While Stoddard struggles to recover, Aron becomes involved with Stoddard's estranged wife, Pat (Jessica Walter). Yves Montand and Eva Marie Saint co-star.


Grand Prix: Disc 2  1966  3.9 ★ 90 mins Classics Rated: NR
John Frankenheimer's spectacular auto-racing epic won Oscars for editing, sound and sound effects. When American Grand Prix driver Pete Aron (James Garner) is fired after crashing in Monaco and injuring his British teammate, Scott Stoddard (Brian Bedford), he starts driving for a Japanese team. While Stoddard struggles to recover, Aron becomes involved with Stoddard's estranged wife, Pat (Jessica Walter). Yves Montand and Eva Marie Saint co-star.


Grand Prix: Disc 2  1966  3.9 ★ 90 mins Classics Rated: NR
John Frankenheimer's spectacular auto-racing epic won Oscars for editing, sound and sound effects. When American Grand Prix driver Pete Aron (James Garner) is fired after crashing in Monaco and injuring his British teammate, Scott Stoddard (Brian Bedford), he starts driving for a Japanese team. While Stoddard struggles to recover, Aron becomes involved with Stoddard's estranged wife, Pat (Jessica Walter). Yves Montand and Eva Marie Saint co-star.


Grand Prix Nominated For/Won Awards 1966  3.6 ★ 176 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR RT:83%
John Frankenheimer's spectacular auto-racing epic won Oscars for editing, sound and sound effects. When American Grand Prix driver Pete Aron (James Garner) is fired after crashing in Monaco and injuring his British teammate, Scott Stoddard (Brian Bedford), he starts driving for a Japanese team. While Stoddard struggles to recover, Aron becomes involved with Stoddard's estranged wife, Pat (Jessica Walter). Yves Montand and Eva Marie Saint co-star.


36 Hours  1965  3.5 ★ 115 mins Classics Rated: NR
In this World War II thriller, Maj. Pike (James Garner) awakens in a hospital with amnesia. He's told D-Day occurred years ago and is asked pointed questions about the event by his physician (Rod Taylor). But the doctor's suspicious behavior suggests this isn't the whole truth. Oscar winner Eva Marie Saint plays Pike's supposed wife in this suspenseful drama based on Roald Dahl's short story "Beware of the Dog."


36 Hours  1965  3.5 ★ 115 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
In this World War II thriller, Maj. Pike (James Garner) awakens in a hospital with amnesia. He's told D-Day occurred years ago and is asked pointed questions about the event by his physician (Rod Taylor). But the doctor's suspicious behavior suggests this isn't the whole truth. Oscar winner Eva Marie Saint plays Pike's supposed wife in this suspenseful drama based on Roald Dahl's short story "Beware of the Dog."


The Americanization of Emily Nominated For/Won Awards 1964  3.5 ★ 115 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
Arthur Hiller helmed this trenchantly funny adaptation of Paddy Chayefsky's script about cynical American Lt. Cmdr. Charlie Madison (James Garner), who wants nothing to do with frontline heroics during the D-Day invasion. But Charlie's carefully laid plans go awry when he falls for British war widow Emily Barham (Julie Andrews), and his commanding officer's mental breakdown leads to Charlie getting selected as the first man to storm Omaha Beach.


The Americanization of Emily  1964  3.5 ★ 115 mins Classics Rated: NR
Arthur Hiller helmed this trenchantly funny adaptation of Paddy Chayefsky's script about cynical American Lt. Cmdr. Charlie Madison (James Garner), who wants nothing to do with frontline heroics during the D-Day invasion. But Charlie's carefully laid plans go awry when he falls for British war widow Emily Barham (Julie Andrews), and his commanding officer's mental breakdown leads to Charlie getting selected as the first man to storm Omaha Beach.


The Wheeler Dealers Nominated For/Won Awards 1963  3.6 ★ 107 mins Comedies Rated: NR
In this romantic comedy, Texas oil wildcatter Henry Tyroon (James Garner) is in the Big Apple to borrow a couple million -- but not without launching a financial scheme or two first. Along the way, novice financial analyst Molly Thatcher (Lee Remick) catches his eye. To catch her, however, he'll have to prove that he's no stereotypical Texan. Phil Harris, John Astin, Jim Backus, Chill Wills and Charles Watts co-star.


Move Over, Darling Nominated For/Won Awards 1963  3.9 ★ 103 mins Classics Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025   
Five years after his wife, Ellen (Doris Day), disappears at sea in a plane crash, successful lawyer Nick Arden (James Garner) decides it's time to move on: He has Ellen declared legally dead, remarries and sets off on his honeymoon. But there's trouble in paradise when Ellen -- who's in fact very much alive -- turns up to surprise the newlyweds. Day earned a Golden Globe nod for her performance in this update of the 1940 comedy My Favorite Wife.


The Thrill of It All!  1963  3.7 ★ 108 mins Comedy Rated: NR
Beverly Boyer (Doris Day) is a happily married housewife whose life changes dramatically when the president of a soap company decides she's the perfect TV pitchwoman for his product. After the ads air, Beverly becomes famous and a better breadwinner than her doctor husband (James Garner) -- who doesn't cope well with the change! The Boyers scramble to patch up their crumbling marriage in this classic 1960s comedy.


The Great Escape: Bonus Material  1963  3.8 ★ 153 mins Classics Rated: NR
This bonus disc that complements the special edition of John Sturges's thrilling World War II film includes the following extras: two fascinating featurettes examining the lives and heroics of prisoners of war ("The Great Escape: Heroes Underground" and "The Great Escape: The Untold Story"); a documentary about the inspiration for the movie ("The Real Virgil Hilts: A Man Called Jones"); fun trivia; photos and more.


The Great Escape Nominated For/Won Awards 1963  4.1 ★ 172 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR RT:92%
Based on a true story, this tension-filled epic adventure centers on an audacious plan by Allied officers who've escaped their Nazi captors time and again to stage a massive breakout, this time from an ostensibly escape-proof German prison camp.


The Thrill of It All!  1963  3.7 ★ 108 mins Comedies Rated: NR
Beverly Boyer (Doris Day) is a happily married housewife whose life changes dramatically when the president of a soap company decides she's the perfect TV pitchwoman for his product. After the ads air, Beverly becomes famous and a better breadwinner than her doctor husband (James Garner) -- who doesn't cope well with the change! The Boyers scramble to patch up their crumbling marriage in this classic 1960s comedy.


The Wheeler Dealers  1963  3.6 ★ 107 mins Comedy Rated: NR
In this romantic comedy, Texas oil wildcatter Henry Tyroon (James Garner) is in the Big Apple to borrow a couple million -- but not without launching a financial scheme or two first. Along the way, novice financial analyst Molly Thatcher (Lee Remick) catches his eye. To catch her, however, he'll have to prove that he's no stereotypical Texan. Phil Harris, John Astin, Jim Backus, Chill Wills and Charles Watts co-star.


Move Over, Darling Nominated For/Won Awards 1963  3.8 ★ 103 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Five years after his wife, Ellen (Doris Day), disappears at sea in a plane crash, successful lawyer Nick Arden (James Garner) decides it's time to move on: He has Ellen declared legally dead, remarries and sets off on his honeymoon. But there's trouble in paradise when Ellen -- who's in fact very much alive -- turns up to surprise the newlyweds. Day earned a Golden Globe nod for her performance in this update of the 1940 comedy My Favorite Wife.


The Great Escape Nominated For/Won Awards 1963  4.1 ★ 172 mins Classics Rated: NR
Based on a true story, this tension-filled epic adventure centers on an audacious plan by Allied officers who've escaped their Nazi captors time and again to stage a massive breakout, this time from an ostensibly escape-proof German prison camp.


The Great Escape: Bonus Material  1963  3.8 ★ 153 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
This bonus disc that complements the special edition of John Sturges's thrilling World War II film includes the following extras: two fascinating featurettes examining the lives and heroics of prisoners of war ("The Great Escape: Heroes Underground" and "The Great Escape: The Untold Story"); a documentary about the inspiration for the movie ("The Real Virgil Hilts: A Man Called Jones"); fun trivia; photos and more.


Boys' Night Out Nominated For/Won Awards 1962  3.5 ★ 115 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
When four men (James Garner, Tony Randall, Howard Duff and Howard Morris) decide it's time they experience the swinging life they've been hearing about, they rent a Manhattan flat complete with a shapely blonde (Kim Novak). But what the gentlemen don't know is that the girl isn't what they think: She's a sociology student, and they're the guinea pigs for her doctoral thesis entitled "Adolescent Sexual Fantasies in the Adult Suburban Male."


Boys' Night Out Nominated For/Won Awards 1962  3.5 ★ 115 mins Classics Rated: NR
When four men (James Garner, Tony Randall, Howard Duff and Howard Morris) decide it's time they experience the swinging life they've been hearing about, they rent a Manhattan flat complete with a shapely blonde (Kim Novak). But what the gentlemen don't know is that the girl isn't what they think: She's a sociology student, and they're the guinea pigs for her doctoral thesis entitled "Adolescent Sexual Fantasies in the Adult Suburban Male."


Maverick: Season 5: The Art Lovers  1961 Television
When Bart loses a high-stakes game of poker, he ends up an indentured servant to a railroad magnate. Unbeknownst to Bart, his new master is in possession of a priceless treasure: the Mona Lisa, which was recently stolen. Jack Cassidy guests.


Maverick: Season 5: Dade City Dodge  1961 Television
Debonair flimflammer Pearly Gates beats Bart at his own game when he bilks Bart out of $5,000, Bart plots his revenge in Dade City, where finds an unlikely ally in the woman who helped Gates fleece him. Kathleen Crowley guest stars.


Maverick: Season 5: Dade City Dodge  1961 Television Rated: PG
Debonair flimflammer Pearly Gates beats Bart at his own game when he bilks Bart out of $5,000, Bart plots his revenge in Dade City, where finds an unlikely ally in the woman who helped Gates fleece him. Kathleen Crowley guest stars.


The Children's Hour Nominated For/Won Awards 1961  3.6 ★ 108 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR RT:100%
In this daring drama, Karen and Martha are the headmistresses of an exclusive school for girls. When they discipline a malicious little girl, the vindictive child twists an overheard comment into slander and accuses her teachers of being lesbians. Soon the scandalous gossip engulfs the school's community, with repercussions that are swift, crushing and tragic.


Maverick: Season 5: The Money Machine  1961 Television
When Bart lends an enormous sum to his country bumpkin cousin, he's later dismayed to discover that she took the $10,000 he fronted her and invested it in a "money machine." Guest stars include Andrew Duggan.


Maverick: Season 5: The Troubled Heir  1961 Television
Con man Pearly Gates returns to stir up more trouble for Bart by disrupting a poker game and stealing the cash. When an irate player (Alan Hale Jr.) threatens to kill everyone involved unless the money is recovered, it's up to Bart to save the day.


Maverick: Season 5: Marshal Maverick  1961 Television
Bart stays on temporarily as the new sheriff of Abilene, planning to hold the post just long enough for legendary lawman Wyatt Earp to arrive and take over the job. But when Earp shows up, he forces Bart to be his deputy. John Dehner guests.


Maverick: Season 5: The Maverick Report  1961 Television
During a poker game, Bart wins ownership of a newspaper that turns out to be more trouble than it's worth when the former publisher is murdered, and a crooked politician sues the paper for libel to the tune of $100,000.


Maverick: Ssn 5: Epitaph for a Gambler  1961 Television
With two lucky spins of the roulette wheel, Bart wins a partial stake in a casino but soon discovers that his new partner is the target of an extortionist. Watch for film-noir mainstay Marie Windsor in a supporting turn.


Maverick: Ssn 5: Mr. Muldoon's Partner  1961 Television
Trouble begins to brew when a self-avowed leprechaun (guest Mickey Shaughnessy) grants five wishes to a dubious Bart, who asks for a passel of money. Before you can say "poof," he finds himself in possession of a cache of stolen loot.


Maverick: Ssn 5: One of Our Trains...  1961 Television
Railroad tycoons Diamond Jim Brady and Amos Skinner race trains to win a coveted rail contract. When a daring train robbery takes place, Bart, Doc Holliday and Skinner's fiancée, Modesty Blaine, are along for the ride in the series finale.


Maverick: Season 5: One of Our Trains Is Missing  1961 Television Rated: NR
Railroad tycoons Diamond Jim Brady and Amos Skinner race trains to win a coveted rail contract. When a daring train robbery takes place, Bart, Doc Holliday and Skinner's fiancée, Modesty Blaine, are along for the ride in the series finale.


Maverick: Season 5: The Money Machine  1961 Television Rated: NR
When Bart lends an enormous sum to his country bumpkin cousin, he's later dismayed to discover that she took the $10,000 he fronted her and invested it in a "money machine." Guest stars include Andrew Duggan.


Maverick: Season 5: The Troubled Heir  1961 Television Rated: NR
Con man Pearly Gates returns to stir up more trouble for Bart by disrupting a poker game and stealing the cash. When an irate player (Alan Hale Jr.) threatens to kill everyone involved unless the money is recovered, it's up to Bart to save the day.


Maverick: Season 5: Marshal Maverick  1961 Television Rated: NR
Bart stays on temporarily as the new sheriff of Abilene, planning to hold the post just long enough for legendary lawman Wyatt Earp to arrive and take over the job. But when Earp shows up, he forces Bart to be his deputy. John Dehner guests.


Maverick: Season 5: The Maverick Report  1961 Television Rated: NR
During a poker game, Bart wins ownership of a newspaper that turns out to be more trouble than it's worth when the former publisher is murdered, and a crooked politician sues the paper for libel to the tune of $100,000.


Maverick: Season 5: Epitaph for a Gambler  1961 Television Rated: NR
With two lucky spins of the roulette wheel, Bart wins a partial stake in a casino but soon discovers that his new partner is the target of an extortionist. Watch for film-noir mainstay Marie Windsor in a supporting turn.


Maverick: Season 5: Mr. Muldoon's Partner  1961 Television Rated: R
Trouble begins to brew when a self-avowed leprechaun (guest Mickey Shaughnessy) grants five wishes to a dubious Bart, who asks for a passel of money. Before you can say "poof," he finds himself in possession of a cache of stolen loot.


Maverick: Season 5: Poker Face  1961 Television Rated: R
Travelers sharing the same stagecoach with Bart give him the cold shoulder when they learn that he's a gambler. But after bandits attack the coach and hold the passengers hostage, Bart's poker skills may help them survive.


Maverick: Season 5: A Technical Error  1961 Television Rated: R
Bart thinks he's hit it big after winning a bank in a poker game -- but soon learns the coffers are empty. When the former owner spurs the depositors into a run on the bank, Bart turns to pal his Doc Holliday (guest Peter Breck) for help.


Maverick: Season 5: Three Queens Full  1961 Television Rated: R
In this send-up of "Bonanza," Bart plays chaperone when Subrosa ranch owner Joe Wheelwright (guest star Jim Backus) buys three mail-order brides from San Francisco for his artless sons: Moose, Henry and Small Paul.


Maverick: Season 5: The Golden Fleecing  1961 Television Rated: R
To help a farmer friend who's starting a gold-mining business, Bart -- despite his lack of experience in the stock market -- attempts to sell shares in the new company. But as usual, not all goes as planned for the dapper gambler.


Maverick: Season 5: The Art Lovers  1961 Television Rated: NR
When Bart loses a high-stakes game of poker, he ends up an indentured servant to a railroad magnate. Unbeknownst to Bart, his new master is in possession of a priceless treasure: the Mona Lisa, which was recently stolen. Jack Cassidy guests.


Maverick  1961  3.2 ★
The final season of this comedic Western series finds poker player extraordinaire Bart Maverick (Jack Kelly) working off his debts to an art-collecting railroad tycoon, winning a bank in a high-stakes game and becoming a temporary marshal in a dangerous town. Other memorable highlights include a hilarious spoof of rival Western program "Bonanza" and a thrilling race and train heist in the series finale.


Maverick: Season 5  1961
The final season of this comedic Western series finds poker player extraordinaire Bart Maverick (Jack Kelly) working off his debts to an art-collecting railroad tycoon, winning a bank in a high-stakes game and becoming a temporary marshal in a dangerous town. Other memorable highlights include a hilarious spoof of rival Western program "Bonanza" and a thrilling race and train heist in the series finale.


Maverick: Season 5: Poker Face  1961 Television
Travelers sharing the same stagecoach with Bart give him the cold shoulder when they learn that he's a gambler. But after bandits attack the coach and hold the passengers hostage, Bart's poker skills may help them survive.


Maverick: Season 5: A Technical Error  1961 Television
Bart thinks he's hit it big after winning a bank in a poker game -- but soon learns the coffers are empty. When the former owner spurs the depositors into a run on the bank, Bart turns to pal his Doc Holliday (guest Peter Breck) for help.


The Children's Hour Nominated For/Won Awards 1961  3.6 ★ 108 mins Classics Rated: NR
In this daring drama, Karen and Martha are the headmistresses of an exclusive school for girls. When they discipline a malicious little girl, the vindictive child twists an overheard comment into slander and accuses her teachers of being lesbians. Soon the scandalous gossip engulfs the school's community, with repercussions that are swift, crushing and tragic.


Maverick: Season 5: Three Queens Full  1961 Television
In this send-up of "Bonanza," Bart plays chaperone when Subrosa ranch owner Joe Wheelwright (guest star Jim Backus) buys three mail-order brides from San Francisco for his artless sons: Moose, Henry and Small Paul.


Maverick: Season 5: The Golden Fleecing  1961 Television
To help a farmer friend who's starting a gold-mining business, Bart -- despite his lack of experience in the stock market -- attempts to sell shares in the new company. But as usual, not all goes as planned for the dapper gambler.


Maverick: Season 4  1960  3.4 ★ 0 mins Television Rated: R
Featuring a pair of episodes starring Maverick brother Brent (Robert Colbert), the fourth season of this tongue-in-cheek Western series finds frontier gambler Bart Maverick (Jack Kelly) caught in several sticky situations, occasionally alongside his cousin, Beau (Roger Moore). Well-known actors making guest appearances this season include Clint Walker, Max Baer Jr., Buddy Ebsen, John Astin and Alan Hale Jr.


Maverick: Season 4: Flood's Folly  1960 Television Rated: NR
Martha Flood plots to declare her niece Sally insane to steal her inheritance. However, Martha is unaware that her lover, Chet, has a much nastier plan of his own. Beau rides right into the mess when he takes shelter from a storm in Martha's house.


Maverick: Season 4: Last Stop: Oblivion  1960 Television Rated: PG
Bart's bad luck with stagecoach lines continues unabated when he and other passengers aboard an ill-fated coach ride directly into a world of trouble at a deserted stopover.


Maverick: Season 4: Diamond Flush  1960 Television Rated: PG
Beau finds himself in deep trouble once again after falling for a con involving precious gemstones. This time, Beau's been deceived into substituting an imitation diamond for the real deal.


Maverick: Season 4: The Ice Man  1960 Television Rated: NR
Bart stumbles upon a long-lost corpse that's been preserved in ice. Afterward, rival political factions engage in a feud, leaving Bart and his discovery caught between a reform candidate and a corrupt politician.


Maverick: Season 4: The Cactus Switch  1960 Television Rated: NR
Bart is on top of the world after winning big in a card game. Feeling confident, he decides to lend a hand to yet another woman in trouble. True to form, Bart quickly gets in over his head.


Maverick: Season 4: The Bold Fenian Men  1960 Television Rated: PG
The Fenians, a group of Irish revolutionaries, plot to annex British property inside Canada and demand Irish freedom from British rule. England appeals to the United States to step in, and an Army colonel coerces Beau into working undercover.


Maverick: Season 4: Family Pride  1960 Television Rated: NR
Beau meets his match when a family of con artists swindles him out of $4,500. Despite his best efforts to reclaim the money, the charlatans are always one step ahead, leaving Beau distraught that he's disgraced the Maverick family name.


Maverick: Season 4: Dodge City or Bust  1960 Television Rated: PG
Bart proves that chivalry isn't dead when he acts quickly to rescue a beautiful woman whose life is in danger. Unfortunately, none of Bart's good deeds goes unpunished, and he ends up wanted for murder.


Maverick: Season 4: A State of Siege  1960 Television Rated: R
When Bart discovers a plot by revolutionaries to overthrow the Mexican government, he soon finds himself entangled in the affair and ends up besieged alongside the insurgents in a hacienda.


Maverick: Season 4: Kiz  1960 Television Rated: PG
A free-spirited socialite with a knack for poker and a love of a good cigar hires Beau to be her bodyguard after he crashes one of her parties. He soon uncovers a plot by the wealthy woman's greedy family to have her declared incompetent.


Maverick: Season 4: Destination Devil's Flat  1960 Television Rated: R
Bart pulls a bait and switch on phony sheriff Dan Trevor. Demonstrating the Maverick family's skill with subterfuge, Bart replaces a fortune in gold with a suitcase filled with nothing but rocks.


Maverick: Season 4: Bolt from the Blue  1960 Television Rated: PG
Beau Maverick strikes up a friendship with Ebenezer Bolt, a prospector best known for his association with an infamous horse thief named Benson January. Soon, Beau is fighting for his life after a case of mistaken identity.


Maverick: Season 4: The Maverick Line  1960 Television Rated: PG
After Uncle Micah kicks the bucket, Bret and Bart inherit his stagecoach line. However, the brothers don't count on inheriting all of Uncle Micah's troubles in the bargain. James Garner makes his final appearance on the series.


Maverick: Season 4: Thunder from the North  1960 Television Rated: NR
A pair of degenerate shopkeepers takes advantage of the local Native American tribe by selling them inferior goods. When Pale Moon threatens legal action, the shopkeepers start a war and pin the murder of Pale Moon's brother on Beau.


Maverick: Season 4: The Witch of Hound Dog  1960 Television Rated: PG
While traveling through the town of Hound Dog, Tenn., in search of a man who owes him money, Bart encounters a beautiful woman who tells him she's a witch and forewarns him of trouble ahead.


Maverick: Season 4: A Bullet for the Teacher  1960 Television Rated: PG
Beau stands accused of murder: Hoping to find the evidence he needs to prove his innocence, he leaves St. Joseph, Mo., and heads for the New Mexico Territory to track down a saloon singer who knows the truth.


Maverick: Season 4: The Devil's Necklace: Part 2  1960 Television Rated: NR
After receiving a supposedly magical necklace that renders its owner invincible, a Native American chief orders his braves to attack a remote Army fort. Bart attempts to quell the uprising and defuse the situation.


Maverick: Season 4: The Forbidden City  1960 Television
While passing through the draconian town of Sunburst, Bart and younger brother Brent discover that almost everything is outlawed, including owning a deck of cards, throwing stones and kissing.


Maverick: Season 4: The Devil's Necklace: Part 1  1960 Television Rated: NR
Believing he's hit the jackpot, Bart purchases a wagonload of goods from a peddler who's all too eager to unload his merchandise. When Bart checks the wagon, he finds a cache of illegal liquor -- and a kidnapped Apache girl.


Maverick: Season 4: Benefit of Doubt  1960 Television Rated: NR
Youngest brother Brent follows in his older siblings' footsteps when he gets involved with a pair of lovely young women. Of course, given the Maverick luck with the ladies, at least one of them plans to murder him.


Maverick: Season 4: Substitute Gun  1960 Television Rated: NR
A sheriff calls in a favor and asks Bart to work undercover as a dealer in a local saloon to investigate the saloon owner's plot to murder a romantic rival. Bart soon learns that the women within are as dangerous as the men.


Maverick: Season 4: The Forbidden City  1960 Television Rated: PG-13
While passing through the draconian town of Sunburst, Bart and younger brother Brent discover that almost everything is outlawed, including owning a deck of cards, throwing stones and kissing.


Maverick: Season 4: Triple Indemnity  1960 Television Rated: NR
Town boss George Parker has Bart beaten in order to recover gambling losses, an act that infuriates Parker's own mother. Bart and Ma Parker plot vengeance to teach the arrogant Parker a lesson.


Maverick: Season 4: The Deadly Image  1960 Television Rated: PG
Bart is tossed into the hoosegow after being mistaken for notorious outlaw Red Claxton. His attempt to establish his innocence proves difficult, though, considering he and Claxton are dead ringers for each other.


Maverick: Season 4: Red Dog  1960 Television Rated: PG
Beau happens across the secret rendezvous point for a group of outlaws planning a heist. He quickly assumes the identity of Red Dog, a well-known bandit, but has trouble maintaining the ruse. Roger Moore makes his final appearance on the series.


Maverick: Season 4: Maverick at Law  1960 Television Rated: PG
Bart is caught with saddlebags filled to overflowing with stolen loot after a bank is robbed. Only thing is, he didn't do it. Bart struggles to come up with a logical explanation that will prove his innocence.


Maverick: Ssn 4: Devil's Necklace: Part 2  1960 Television
After receiving a supposedly magical necklace that renders its owner invincible, a Native American chief orders his braves to attack a remote Army fort. Bart attempts to quell the uprising and defuse the situation.


Maverick  1960  3.3 ★
Featuring a pair of episodes starring Maverick brother Brent (Robert Colbert), the fourth season of this tongue-in-cheek Western series finds frontier gambler Bart Maverick (Jack Kelly) caught in several sticky situations, occasionally alongside his cousin, Beau (Roger Moore). Well-known actors making guest appearances this season include Clint Walker, Max Baer Jr., Buddy Ebsen, John Astin and Alan Hale Jr.


Maverick: Season 4: The Bundle from Britain  1960 Television Rated: NR
"White sheep" cousin Beauregard Maverick returns after five years of exile in England, where Pappy sent him as punishment for sullying the Maverick reputation by earning a medal during the Civil War. Roger Moore makes his series debut.


Maverick: Season 4: The Deadly Image  1960 Television
Bart is tossed into the hoosegow after being mistaken for notorious outlaw Red Claxton. His attempt to establish his innocence proves difficult, though, considering he and Claxton are dead ringers for each other.


Maverick: Season 4: Red Dog  1960 Television
Beau happens across the secret rendezvous point for a group of outlaws planning a heist. He quickly assumes the identity of Red Dog, a well-known bandit, but has trouble maintaining the ruse. Roger Moore makes his final appearance on the series.


Maverick: Season 4: Maverick at Law  1960 Television
Bart is caught with saddlebags filled to overflowing with stolen loot after a bank is robbed. Only thing is, he didn't do it. Bart struggles to come up with a logical explanation that will prove his innocence.


Maverick: Season 4: Flood's Folly  1960 Television
Martha Flood plots to declare her niece Sally insane to steal her inheritance. However, Martha is unaware that her lover, Chet, has a much nastier plan of his own. Beau rides right into the mess when he takes shelter from a storm in Martha's house.


Maverick: Season 4: Last Stop: Oblivion  1960 Television
Bart's bad luck with stagecoach lines continues unabated when he and other passengers aboard an ill-fated coach ride directly into a world of trouble at a deserted stopover.


Maverick: Season 4: Diamond Flush  1960 Television
Beau finds himself in deep trouble once again after falling for a con involving precious gemstones. This time, Beau's been deceived into substituting an imitation diamond for the real deal.


Maverick: Season 4: The Ice Man  1960 Television
Bart stumbles upon a long-lost corpse that's been preserved in ice. Afterward, rival political factions engage in a feud, leaving Bart and his discovery caught between a reform candidate and a corrupt politician.


Maverick: Season 4: The Cactus Switch  1960 Television
Bart is on top of the world after winning big in a card game. Feeling confident, he decides to lend a hand to yet another woman in trouble. True to form, Bart quickly gets in over his head.


Maverick: Season 4: Family Pride  1960 Television
Beau meets his match when a family of con artists swindles him out of $4,500. Despite his best efforts to reclaim the money, the charlatans are always one step ahead, leaving Beau distraught that he's disgraced the Maverick family name.


Maverick: Season 4: A State of Siege  1960 Television
When Bart discovers a plot by revolutionaries to overthrow the Mexican government, he soon finds himself entangled in the affair and ends up besieged alongside the insurgents in a hacienda.


Maverick: Ssn 4: Destination Devil's Flat  1960 Television
Bart pulls a bait and switch on phony sheriff Dan Trevor. Demonstrating the Maverick family's skill with subterfuge, Bart replaces a fortune in gold with a suitcase filled with nothing but rocks.


Maverick: Season 4: The Bold Fenian Men  1960 Television
The Fenians, a group of Irish revolutionaries, plot to annex British property inside Canada and demand Irish freedom from British rule. England appeals to the United States to step in, and an Army colonel coerces Beau into working undercover.


Maverick: Season 4: Dodge City or Bust  1960 Television
Bart proves that chivalry isn't dead when he acts quickly to rescue a beautiful woman whose life is in danger. Unfortunately, none of Bart's good deeds goes unpunished, and he ends up wanted for murder.


Maverick: Season 4: Kiz  1960 Television
A free-spirited socialite with a knack for poker and a love of a good cigar hires Beau to be her bodyguard after he crashes one of her parties. He soon uncovers a plot by the wealthy woman's greedy family to have her declared incompetent.


Maverick: Ssn 4: Thunder from the North  1960 Television
A pair of degenerate shopkeepers takes advantage of the local Native American tribe by selling them inferior goods. When Pale Moon threatens legal action, the shopkeepers start a war and pin the murder of Pale Moon's brother on Beau.


Maverick: Season 4: Bolt from the Blue  1960 Television
Beau Maverick strikes up a friendship with Ebenezer Bolt, a prospector best known for his association with an infamous horse thief named Benson January. Soon, Beau is fighting for his life after a case of mistaken identity.


Maverick: Season 4: The Maverick Line  1960 Television
After Uncle Micah kicks the bucket, Bret and Bart inherit his stagecoach line. However, the brothers don't count on inheriting all of Uncle Micah's troubles in the bargain. James Garner makes his final appearance on the series.


Maverick: Ssn 4: The Witch of Hound Dog  1960 Television
While traveling through the town of Hound Dog, Tenn., in search of a man who owes him money, Bart encounters a beautiful woman who tells him she's a witch and forewarns him of trouble ahead.


Maverick: Season 4: Arizona Black Maria  1960 Television
Bart is recruited to escort a prison wagon train through dangerous Apache territory. While Bart gets friendly with a beautiful murderess, criminals Dishonest Abe and Fingers Louie plot to escape before reaching the penitentiary.


Maverick: Ssn 4: A Bullet for the Teacher  1960 Television
Beau stands accused of murder: Hoping to find the evidence he needs to prove his innocence, he leaves St. Joseph, Mo., and heads for the New Mexico Territory to track down a saloon singer who knows the truth.


Maverick: Season 4: Mano Nera  1960 Television
Bart settles in for a simple and relaxing game of poker in New Orleans, but instead finds himself caught in the middle of a murder mystery revolving around the Black Hand Society.


Maverick: Ssn 4: Last Wire from Stop Gap  1960 Television
During a stay in Stop Gap, Bart and Beau win $6,500 in a poker game. When they use a local telegraph operator to wire the money ahead to Denver, they quickly realize the company is a front for a cunning criminal enterprise.


Maverick: Ssn 4: Town That Wasn't There  1960 Television
Beau wins a worthless mine and persuades the locals to relocate their town of Silver Hill to a ranch 20 miles away after a corrupt railroad owner attempts to swindle them. But Beau's plan backfires when silver is discovered at the original site.


Maverick: Season 4: Hadley's Hunters  1960 Television
While Bart runs for his life to escape the clutches of a corrupt sheriff, his flight path takes him through a gauntlet of larger-than-life characters from other television Westerns, including Sugarfoot and Cheyenne Bodie.


Maverick: Ssn 4: The Bundle from Britain  1960 Television
"White sheep" cousin Beauregard Maverick returns after five years of exile in England, where Pappy sent him as punishment for sullying the Maverick reputation by earning a medal during the Civil War. Roger Moore makes his series debut.


Maverick: Season 4: Substitute Gun  1960 Television
A sheriff calls in a favor and asks Bart to work undercover as a dealer in a local saloon to investigate the saloon owner's plot to murder a romantic rival. Bart soon learns that the women within are as dangerous as the men.


Maverick: Season 4  1960
Featuring a pair of episodes starring Maverick brother Brent (Robert Colbert), the fourth season of this tongue-in-cheek Western series finds frontier gambler Bart Maverick (Jack Kelly) caught in several sticky situations, occasionally alongside his cousin, Beau (Roger Moore). Well-known actors making guest appearances this season include Clint Walker, Max Baer Jr., Buddy Ebsen, John Astin and Alan Hale Jr.


Maverick: Season 4: Triple Indemnity  1960 Television
Town boss George Parker has Bart beaten in order to recover gambling losses, an act that infuriates Parker's own mother. Bart and Ma Parker plot vengeance to teach the arrogant Parker a lesson.


Maverick: Season 4: Benefit of Doubt  1960 Television
Youngest brother Brent follows in his older siblings' footsteps when he gets involved with a pair of lovely young women. Of course, given the Maverick luck with the ladies, at least one of them plans to murder him.


Maverick: Ssn 4: Devil's Necklace: Part 1  1960 Television
Believing he's hit the jackpot, Bart purchases a wagonload of goods from a peddler who's all too eager to unload his merchandise. When Bart checks the wagon, he finds a cache of illegal liquor -- and a kidnapped Apache girl.


Maverick: Season 4: Mano Nera  1960 Television Rated: PG
Bart settles in for a simple and relaxing game of poker in New Orleans, but instead finds himself caught in the middle of a murder mystery revolving around the Black Hand Society.


Maverick: Season 4: Last Wire from Stop Gap  1960 Television Rated: PG
During a stay in Stop Gap, Bart and Beau win $6,500 in a poker game. When they use a local telegraph operator to wire the money ahead to Denver, they quickly realize the company is a front for a cunning criminal enterprise.


Maverick: Season 4: Arizona Black Maria  1960 Television Rated: PG
Bart is recruited to escort a prison wagon train through dangerous Apache territory. While Bart gets friendly with a beautiful murderess, criminals Dishonest Abe and Fingers Louie plot to escape before reaching the penitentiary.


Maverick: Season 4: The Town That Wasn't There  1960 Television Rated: PG
Beau wins a worthless mine and persuades the locals to relocate their town of Silver Hill to a ranch 20 miles away after a corrupt railroad owner attempts to swindle them. But Beau's plan backfires when silver is discovered at the original site.


Maverick: Season 4: Hadley's Hunters  1960 Television Rated: NR
While Bart runs for his life to escape the clutches of a corrupt sheriff, his flight path takes him through a gauntlet of larger-than-life characters from other television Westerns, including Sugarfoot and Cheyenne Bodie.


Maverick: Season 3  1959  3.5 ★ 0 mins Television Rated: R
The third season of this Western comedy series continues to follow the wild lives of the poker-playing Maverick brothers, Bret (James Garner) and Bart (Jack Kelly). Highlights include Bret becoming the sheriff of a rowdy town and Bart getting stuck in the army. In addition to hilarious parodies of "Dragnet" and Romeo and Juliet, this season also includes notable guest stars such as Troy Donahue, Adam West and Robert Redford.


Cash McCall  1959  3.5 ★ 102 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
As he prepares to acquire a struggling plastics company, wealthy financier Cash McCall (James Garner) confesses his love for beautiful and outspoken Lory Austen (Natalie Wood), whose father owns the business McCall is trying to purchase. But as the business deal and the romance both progress, Lory begins to wonder if McCall has really put all his cards on the table. Joseph Pevney directs this charming romance classic.


Up Periscope  1959  3.6 ★ 111 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
James Garner stars in this maritime thriller about World War II Navy Lt. Kenneth Braden, who's assigned to join forces with a submarine crew, scuba dive to an enemy-controlled island and photograph secret radio codes. Academy Award-winning actor Edmond O'Brien co-stars as the lieutenant's tough and stubborn skipper. Alan Hale Jr. ("Gilligan's Island") and football great Frank Gifford also appear in this depth-charged suspense melodrama.


Maverick  1959  3.3 ★
The third season of this Western comedy series continues to follow the wild lives of the poker-playing Maverick brothers, Bret (James Garner) and Bart (Jack Kelly). Highlights include Bret becoming the sheriff of a rowdy town and Bart getting stuck in the army. In addition to hilarious parodies of "Dragnet" and Romeo and Juliet, this season also includes notable guest stars such as Troy Donahue, Adam West and Robert Redford.


Maverick: Season 3: The People's Friend  1959 Television Rated: PG
When a candidate for state senate is grievously wounded during an attempted assassination, his daughter (guest Merry Anders) drafts Bart to run in her father's place -- putting Bart squarely in the assassin's crosshairs.


Maverick: Season 3: Guatemala City  1959 Television Rated: PG
Bret follows prospective paramour Ellen Johnson to Guatemala City, where he also hopes to recover the loot from a jewel heist. When he arrives in Central America, though, not only has Ellen's interest evaporated but a killer is after Bret.


Maverick: Season 3: The White Widow  1959 Television Rated: PG
Again displaying his weakness for damsels in distress, Bart agrees to safeguard a young widow (guest Julie Adams) who's receiving anonymous threats through the mail. Unfortunately, Bart is unaware that he's the real target.


Maverick: Season 3: Maverick and Juliet  1959 Television Rated: PG-13
Bret stumbles into the midst of a longstanding feud between the Montgomery and Cartaret families. He offers to play poker as a proxy for the Cartarets to end the quarrel but doesn't count on the Montgomery clan bringing in a ringer.


Maverick: Season 3: The Marquesa  1959 Television Rated: PG
During a poker game, Bart wins the Lucky Lady saloon in Santa Leora. When he attempts to stake his claim, a pretty but fiery marquesa contends that she owns the whole town and refuses to give up the saloon without a fight.


Maverick: Season 3: Cruise of the Cynthia B.  1959 Television Rated: NR
Bret and a half-dozen other owners of the Cynthia B. riverboat take a trip down the Mississippi to sell the vessel in Memphis, Tenn. But as the other six owners begin turning up dead, it's clear that one person wants sole possession.


Maverick: Season 3: A Cure for Johnny Rain  1959 Television Rated: R
Soon after Johnny Rain saves Bret's hide, Johnny is taken into custody for holding up a stagecoach. When Bret tries to help, he gets entangled in a strange scheme involving a split personality, a devious dance hall girl and a tinhorn.


Maverick: Season 3: The Goose-Drownder  1959 Television Rated: NR
When a heavy rain batters them, gambling rivals Bart and Gentleman Jack Darby take refuge in a ghost town to ride out the storm. But they aren't alone long as a stagecoach arrives with four suspicious passengers -- including the infamous Arapaho Kid.


Maverick: Season 3: Maverick Springs  1959 Television Rated: PG-13
A rich Texas woman hires Bret to rescue her brother (King Donovan) from the clutches of schemer Melanie Blake (Kathleen Crowley). As Bret impersonates a Texas colonel and Bart pretends to be a moneyed Easterner, they discover they're up against a crafty crook.


Maverick: Season 3: Full House  1959 Television Rated: NR
Mistaken for desperado Foxy Smith, Bret ends up in the midst of a gathering of legendary outlaws including Billy the Kid, Belle Starr and Cole Younger. But Bret's true identity will be exposed unless he cooks up a plan for a heist at the Denver mint.


Maverick: Season 3: The Cats of Paradise  1959 Television
Bret falls for a woman named Modesty Blaine (guest Mona Freeman), whose gentle demeanor conceals a devious mind. After she fleeces Bret in a joint venture selling cats to miners who need to exterminate vermin, he looks for a way to recover his money.


Cash McCall  1959  3.5 ★ 102 mins Classics Rated: NR
As he prepares to acquire a struggling plastics company, wealthy financier Cash McCall (James Garner) confesses his love for beautiful and outspoken Lory Austen (Natalie Wood), whose father owns the business McCall is trying to purchase. But as the business deal and the romance both progress, Lory begins to wonder if McCall has really put all his cards on the table. Joseph Pevney directs this charming romance classic.


Maverick: Season 3  1959
The third season of this Western comedy series continues to follow the wild lives of the poker-playing Maverick brothers, Bret (James Garner) and Bart (Jack Kelly). Highlights include Bret becoming the sheriff of a rowdy town and Bart getting stuck in the army. In addition to hilarious parodies of "Dragnet" and Romeo and Juliet, this season also includes notable guest stars such as Troy Donahue, Adam West and Robert Redford.


Maverick: Season 3: Iron Hand  1959 Television
Bart offers to assist a woman who needs someone to get her cattle to market. Her troubles continue when unscrupulous buyers try to fleece her by paying for the cattle with counterfeit money. Watch for Robert Redford in an early role.


Maverick: Season 3: Greenbacks, Unlimited  1959 Television
Bank robber Big Ed Murphy (guest John Dehner) gets fed up when Bret beats him to the money every time Murphy pulls a job. Meanwhile, Bret and a friend make use of a secret tunnel that runs below the bank vault.


Maverick: Ssn 3: The Misfortune Teller  1959 Television
Somebody is committing crimes while posing as Bret, which eventually lands the real Bret behind bars -- forcing him to turn to beautiful con artist Melanie Blake (guest Kathleen Crowley) for assistance.


Maverick: Season 3: Resurrection of Joe...  1959 Television
Enticed by the promise of a $10,000 payoff, Bret inadvertently becomes complicit in a smuggling operation after he helps transport a casket with unusual contents. Guest stars include Joanna Barnes and Nita Talbot.


Maverick: Season 3: A Flock of Trouble  1959 Television
Bret finds himself caught in the middle of a range war between cattle ranchers determined to get rid of a sheep ranch and the animals' new owner. Unfortunately, that's Bret, who won the flock in a poker game.


Maverick: Season 3: The People's Friend  1959 Television
When a candidate for state senate is grievously wounded during an attempted assassination, his daughter (guest Merry Anders) drafts Bart to run in her father's place -- putting Bart squarely in the assassin's crosshairs.


Maverick: Season 3: Guatemala City  1959 Television
Bret follows prospective paramour Ellen Johnson to Guatemala City, where he also hopes to recover the loot from a jewel heist. When he arrives in Central America, though, not only has Ellen's interest evaporated but a killer is after Bret.


Maverick: Season 3: The White Widow  1959 Television
Again displaying his weakness for damsels in distress, Bart agrees to safeguard a young widow (guest Julie Adams) who's receiving anonymous threats through the mail. Unfortunately, Bart is unaware that he's the real target.


Maverick: Season 3: A Tale of Three Cities  1959 Television Rated: R
After losing his money to a fetching female bandit (guest Pat Crowley), Bart fakes penitence as a reformed sinner to get a free meal at a ladies' social. Much to his surprise, however, the woman in question is in the crowd during Bart's testimony.


Maverick: Season 3: Maverick and Juliet  1959 Television
Bret stumbles into the midst of a longstanding feud between the Montgomery and Cartaret families. He offers to play poker as a proxy for the Cartarets to end the quarrel but doesn't count on the Montgomery clan bringing in a ringer.


Maverick: Season 3: You Can't Beat the Percentage  1959 Television Rated: R
A gambling hall owner recruits Bart to safeguard him and his casino from a tough-talking buckaroo with revenge on his mind. But when the cowboy is murdered, Bart lights out after the culprit not realizing that he's on the killer's list, too.


Maverick: Season 3: The Marquesa  1959 Television
During a poker game, Bart wins the Lucky Lady saloon in Santa Leora. When he attempts to stake his claim, a pretty but fiery marquesa contends that she owns the whole town and refuses to give up the saloon without a fight.


Maverick: Season 3: The Sheriff of Duck 'n' Shoot  1959 Television Rated: R
Bret is arm-twisted into serving a six-month stint as sheriff of the lawless town of Duck 'n' Shoot. Though his unusual approach to law enforcement proves effective at first, Bret eventually needs Bart to help him escape from his own jailhouse.


Maverick: Ssn 3: Cruise of the Cynthia B.  1959 Television
Bret and a half-dozen other owners of the Cynthia B. riverboat take a trip down the Mississippi to sell the vessel in Memphis, Tenn. But as the other six owners begin turning up dead, it's clear that one person wants sole possession.


Maverick: Season 3: Pappy  1959 Television Rated: R
Bret and Bart rush home to Louisiana when they learn that their father plans to wed an 18-year-old beauty. It seems the union is a shotgun marriage of sorts arranged by the bride's father for monetary ends. Adam West and Troy Donahue guest star.


Alias Jesse James  1959  3.5 ★ 92 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
In this classic screwball comedy, Bob Hope stars as hapless life insurance salesman Milford Farnsworth, a man who unwittingly sells a policy to the notorious Wild West outlaw Jesse James (Wendell Corey). Of course, when Farnsworth tries to cancel the policy, James has more than a few tricks up his sleeve. Directed by Norman Z. McLeod, this film also features cameos by legendary Western stars Gary Cooper, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry and James Garner.


Maverick: Ssn 3: A Cure for Johnny Rain  1959 Television
Soon after Johnny Rain saves Bret's hide, Johnny is taken into custody for holding up a stagecoach. When Bret tries to help, he gets entangled in a strange scheme involving a split personality, a devious dance hall girl and a tinhorn.


Maverick: Season 3: The Goose-Drownder  1959 Television
When a heavy rain batters them, gambling rivals Bart and Gentleman Jack Darby take refuge in a ghost town to ride out the storm. But they aren't alone long as a stagecoach arrives with four suspicious passengers -- including the infamous Arapaho Kid.


Maverick: Season 3: Maverick Springs  1959 Television
A rich Texas woman hires Bret to rescue her brother (King Donovan) from the clutches of schemer Melanie Blake (Kathleen Crowley). As Bret impersonates a Texas colonel and Bart pretends to be a moneyed Easterner, they discover they're up against a crafty crook.


Maverick: Season 3: Trooper Maverick  1959 Television
Bart is tossed in jail after getting caught gambling on an Army post but can escape a sentence if he'll help ferret out a traitor. The situation quickly gets out of hand, however, and Bart ends up facing execution.


Maverick: Season 3: Easy Mark  1959 Television
It seems that a number of people want to ensure that an affluent young man never arrives at a key business meeting in St. Louis, so Bart agrees to masquerade as the millionaire. Guests include Edgar Buchanan and Pippa Scott.


Maverick: Ssn 3: The Ghost Soldiers  1959 Television
After Indians lay siege to a frontier Army fort, a heavily outnumbered Bret resorts to artifice hoping to make the marauders believe that they're surrounded. But the chief isn't so easily hoodwinked.


Maverick: Ssn 3: Lass with the...  1959 Television
Bart's bad fortune with the ladies continues when he comes to the aid of a pretty woman (guest star Joanna Moore) who's in danger from an out-of-control horse -- and later finds himself framed for murder.


Maverick: Season 3: Full House  1959 Television
Mistaken for desperado Foxy Smith, Bret ends up in the midst of a gathering of legendary outlaws including Billy the Kid, Belle Starr and Cole Younger. But Bret's true identity will be exposed unless he cooks up a plan for a heist at the Denver mint.


Maverick: Ssn 3: A Tale of Three Cities  1959 Television
After losing his money to a fetching female bandit (guest Pat Crowley), Bart fakes penitence as a reformed sinner to get a free meal at a ladies' social. Much to his surprise, however, the woman in question is in the crowd during Bart's testimony.


Maverick: Ssn 3: You Can't Beat the...  1959 Television
A gambling hall owner recruits Bart to safeguard him and his casino from a tough-talking buckaroo with revenge on his mind. But when the cowboy is murdered, Bart lights out after the culprit not realizing that he's on the killer's list, too.


Maverick: Ssn 3: Sheriff of Duck 'n' Shoot  1959 Television
Bret is arm-twisted into serving a six-month stint as sheriff of the lawless town of Duck 'n' Shoot. Though his unusual approach to law enforcement proves effective at first, Bret eventually needs Bart to help him escape from his own jailhouse.


Maverick: Season 3: Pappy  1959 Television
Bret and Bart rush home to Louisiana when they learn that their father plans to wed an 18-year-old beauty. It seems the union is a shotgun marriage of sorts arranged by the bride's father for monetary ends. Adam West and Troy Donahue guest star.


Maverick: Season 3: Greenbacks, Unlimited  1959 Television Rated: PG-13
Bank robber Big Ed Murphy (guest John Dehner) gets fed up when Bret beats him to the money every time Murphy pulls a job. Meanwhile, Bret and a friend make use of a secret tunnel that runs below the bank vault.


Maverick: Season 3: The Misfortune Teller  1959 Television Rated: NR
Somebody is committing crimes while posing as Bret, which eventually lands the real Bret behind bars -- forcing him to turn to beautiful con artist Melanie Blake (guest Kathleen Crowley) for assistance.


Maverick: Season 3: The Resurrection of Joe November  1959 Television Rated: NR
Enticed by the promise of a $10,000 payoff, Bret inadvertently becomes complicit in a smuggling operation after he helps transport a casket with unusual contents. Guest stars include Joanna Barnes and Nita Talbot.


Maverick: Season 3: Iron Hand  1959 Television Rated: PG
Bart offers to assist a woman who needs someone to get her cattle to market. Her troubles continue when unscrupulous buyers try to fleece her by paying for the cattle with counterfeit money. Watch for Robert Redford in an early role.


Alias Jesse James  1959  3.4 ★ 92 mins Comedy Rated: NR
In this classic screwball comedy, Bob Hope stars as hapless life insurance salesman Milford Farnsworth, a man who unwittingly sells a policy to the notorious Wild West outlaw Jesse James (Wendell Corey). Of course, when Farnsworth tries to cancel the policy, James has more than a few tricks up his sleeve. Directed by Norman Z. McLeod, this film also features cameos by legendary Western stars Gary Cooper, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry and James Garner.


Maverick: Season 3: A Flock of Trouble  1959 Television Rated: NR
Bret finds himself caught in the middle of a range war between cattle ranchers determined to get rid of a sheep ranch and the animals' new owner. Unfortunately, that's Bret, who won the flock in a poker game.


Maverick: Season 3: Trooper Maverick  1959 Television Rated: G
Bart is tossed in jail after getting caught gambling on an Army post but can escape a sentence if he'll help ferret out a traitor. The situation quickly gets out of hand, however, and Bart ends up facing execution.


Maverick: Season 3: Easy Mark  1959 Television Rated: G
It seems that a number of people want to ensure that an affluent young man never arrives at a key business meeting in St. Louis, so Bart agrees to masquerade as the millionaire. Guests include Edgar Buchanan and Pippa Scott.


Maverick: Season 3: The Ghost Soldiers  1959 Television Rated: PG-13
After Indians lay siege to a frontier Army fort, a heavily outnumbered Bret resorts to artifice hoping to make the marauders believe that they're surrounded. But the chief isn't so easily hoodwinked.


Maverick: Season 3: The Lass with the Poisonous Air  1959 Television Rated: PG
Bart's bad fortune with the ladies continues when he comes to the aid of a pretty woman (guest star Joanna Moore) who's in danger from an out-of-control horse -- and later finds himself framed for murder.


Maverick: Season 3: The Cats of Paradise  1959 Television Rated: PG
Bret falls for a woman named Modesty Blaine (guest Mona Freeman), whose gentle demeanor conceals a devious mind. After she fleeces Bret in a joint venture selling cats to miners who need to exterminate vermin, he looks for a way to recover his money.


Up Periscope  1959  3.6 ★ 111 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
James Garner stars in this maritime thriller about World War II Navy Lt. Kenneth Braden, who's assigned to join forces with a submarine crew, scuba dive to an enemy-controlled island and photograph secret radio codes. Academy Award-winning actor Edmond O'Brien co-stars as the lieutenant's tough and stubborn skipper. Alan Hale Jr. ("Gilligan's Island") and football great Frank Gifford also appear in this depth-charged suspense melodrama.


Maverick: Season 2  1958  3.6 ★ 0 mins Television Rated: R
While traveling separately throughout the West, frontier gambling brothers Bret (James Garner) and Bart Maverick (Jack Kelly) encounter a variety of beautiful and cunning women, bring dangerous criminals to justice and search for ways to become wealthy. The second season of this satirical Western series features Bret trading identities with a well-off playboy and Bart finding employment as a wagon trail guide.


Maverick  1958  3.4 ★
While traveling separately throughout the West, frontier gambling brothers Bret (James Garner) and Bart Maverick (Jack Kelly) encounter a variety of beautiful and cunning women, bring dangerous criminals to justice and search for ways to become wealthy. The second season of this satirical Western series features Bret trading identities with a well-off playboy and Bart finding employment as a wagon trail guide.


Maverick Ssn 2: Day They Hanged Bret...  1958 Television
A bank robber steals $40,000 and then plants incriminating evidence on Bret, who's sentenced to swing from the gallows. Bret attempts to negotiate his way out of a noose by taking advantage of the sheriff's greed.


Maverick: Season 2: The Lonesome Reunion  1958 Television Rated: R
When Bret helps a lovely young woman in danger of losing her father's property, he gets caught in a conflict between a band of robbers and the angry townsfolk of Lonesome, Colo. Joanna Barnes guest stars.


Maverick Season 2: The Day They Hanged Bret Maverick  1958 Television Rated: PG
A bank robber steals $40,000 and then plants incriminating evidence on Bret, who's sentenced to swing from the gallows. Bret attempts to negotiate his way out of a noose by taking advantage of the sheriff's greed.


Maverick: Season 2: The Lonesome Reunion  1958 Television
When Bret helps a lovely young woman in danger of losing her father's property, he gets caught in a conflict between a band of robbers and the angry townsfolk of Lonesome, Colo. Joanna Barnes guest stars.


Maverick: Season 2  1958
While traveling separately throughout the West, frontier gambling brothers Bret (James Garner) and Bart Maverick (Jack Kelly) encounter a variety of beautiful and cunning women, bring dangerous criminals to justice and search for ways to become wealthy. The second season of this satirical Western series features Bret trading identities with a well-off playboy and Bart finding employment as a wagon trail guide.


Maverick: Strange Journey of Jenny Hill  1957 Television
To save his friend Big Mike McComb from a murder rap, Bret must help a beautiful young singer as she searches for her husband, a notorious outlaw on the lam. But Bret quickly finds himself falling for the songbird.


Maverick: Gun-shy  1957 Television Rated: PG
With his eye on buried Confederate booty, Bret rides into Elwood, Kan., where Marshal Mort Dooley has sworn to purge the town of undesirable characters -- which includes Bret. Can he outfox the tenacious lawman in an elaborate game of cat and mouse?


Maverick  1957  3.6 ★ TV Shows
Quicker on a card draw than with a pistol, gentleman gambler Bret Maverick (James Garner) and his brother, Bart (Jack Kelly), drift across the Wild West, going where the game leads them and relying on wit and moxie to keep out of trouble. Playing to each other's strengths, silver-tongued Bret and stouthearted Bart win hands and the occasional lass, with brother Brent (Robert Colbert) and cousin Beau (Roger Moore) joining the duo in later seasons.


Maverick: Game of Chance  1957 Television Rated: PG
Bret and Bart hatch a plan to turn the tables on alluring but bogus French countess Michelle de Bardot, who has disappeared with $10,000 of the brothers' money. Marcel Dalio portrays Michelle's likewise larcenous uncle.


Maverick  1957  3.1 ★ 1350 mins
Hollywood veteran James Garner stars in this Old West series as Bret Maverick, a charismatic card shark with a knack for landing himself in the middle of conflict -- primarily between law-abiding citizens and the villains who are out to exploit them. Joining Garner in this entertaining series are Jack Kelly as Maverick's straight-talking brother Bart and future James Bond incarnation Roger Moore as the Maverick brothers' English cousin Beau.


Maverick: The Judas Mask  1957 Television Rated: R
Bart plans to open a casino, but before the deal is finalized a cancan dancer robs him of the $20,000 he was going to invest. Bart's business partner fronts him $10,000 so they can keep their option open long enough for Bart to recover his money.


Maverick: Season 1: Disc 1  1957 200 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "War of the Silver Kings," "Point Blank," "According to Hoyle" and "Ghost Rider."


Sayonara  1957  3.6 ★ 147 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
When a truculent American GI (Red Buttons) falls for a Japanese maiden (Miyoshi Umeki), his friend Major Gruver (Marlon Brando) tries to dissuade the smitten soldier from marrying the girl because the Army has a policy that frowns on miscegenation. Though Gruver disagrees with the military's policy, after falling in love with a beautiful Kabuki dancer, he unexpectedly finds himself grappling with bias. Buttons and Umeki won Oscars for their ro...


Maverick: Alias Bart Maverick  1957 Television Rated: R
Gentleman Jack Darby (guest Richard Long) ends his shaky partnership with Bart by killing a member of the Plummer gang, pinning the murder on Bart and vanishing with all his money. Naturally, the gang and Bart are out for revenge.


Maverick: Shady Deal at Sunny Acres  1957 Television Rated: NR
After a wily banker (guest John Dehner) steals $15,000 from Bret, he assembles a team of con artists -- including Bart, Dandy Jim Buckley and Samantha Crawford -- to recover the loot. As the plan is put into action, Bret whittles calmly on his porch.


Maverick: The Jail at Junction Flats  1957 Television Rated: R
After Dandy Jim Buckley tricks Bret out of $2,000, he follows the swindler's trail to Wyoming and finds Buckley imprisoned in an impenetrable jail. He agrees to return Bret's money provided that he helps Buckley escape.


Maverick: Betrayal  1957 Television Rated: R
When masked outlaws hold up the stagecoach he's riding in, a sharp-eyed Bart sees a flicker of recognition between pretty passenger Anne Sanders and one of the bandits. Guests include Pat Crowley, Ruta Lee and J. Pat O'Malley.


Maverick: The Strange Journey of Jenny Hill  1957 Television Rated: R
To save his friend Big Mike McComb from a murder rap, Bret must help a beautiful young singer as she searches for her husband, a notorious outlaw on the lam. But Bret quickly finds himself falling for the songbird.


Maverick: Passage to Fort Doom  1957 Television Rated: R
Strapped for cash, Bart takes a job as a guide for a wagon train traveling through the Badlands to a remote Army outpost. Among the passengers is a familiar face -- Cindy Lou Brown -- who's concealing a secret, and a woman plotting a murder.


Maverick: Yellow River  1957 Television Rated: R
Down on his luck and short on cash, Bart accepts an offer of employment from a woman (guest Patricia Breslin) who needs him to be the boss on a cattle drive. But Bart's unlucky streak continues when two drovers die on the trail.


Sayonara Nominated For/Won Awards 1957  3.6 ★ 147 mins Classics Rated: NR
When a truculent American GI (Red Buttons) falls for a Japanese maiden (Miyoshi Umeki), his friend Major Gruver (Marlon Brando) tries to dissuade the smitten soldier from marrying the girl because the Army has a policy that frowns on miscegenation. Though Gruver disagrees with the military's policy, after falling in love with a beautiful Kabuki dancer, he unexpectedly finds himself grappling with bias. Buttons and Umeki won Oscars for their ro...


Maverick  1957  3.6 ★ Television
Quicker on a card draw than with a pistol, gentleman gambler Bret Maverick (James Garner) and his brother, Bart (Jack Kelly), drift across the Wild West, going where the game leads them and relying on wit and moxie to keep out of trouble. Playing to each other's strengths, silver-tongued Bret and stouthearted Bart win hands and the occasional lass, with brother Brent (Robert Colbert) and cousin Beau (Roger Moore) joining the duo in later seasons.


Maverick: Season 1: Disc 1  1957 200 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "War of the Silver Kings," "Point Blank," "According to Hoyle" and "Ghost Rider."


Maverick  1957  3.7 ★ Television
Quicker on a card draw than with a pistol, gentleman gambler Bret Maverick (James Garner) and his brother, Bart (Jack Kelly), drift across the Wild West, going where the game leads them and relying on wit and moxie to keep out of trouble. Playing to each other's strengths, silver-tongued Bret and stouthearted Bart win hands and the occasional lass, with brother Brent (Robert Colbert) and cousin Beau (Roger Moore) joining the duo in later seasons.


Maverick: TV Favorites  1957  3.7 ★ 149 mins Television
For five years, "Maverick" ruled the ratings roost, capturing audiences with charming lead actors (James Garner, Roger Moore and Jack Kelly) and complicated story lines. Tune in to some of the show's most crowd-pleasing episodes with this collection. Watch as three gambling brothers, Brett (Garner), Bo (Moore) and Bart (Kelly), make their way across the states, earning a living at the tables and finding themselves in trouble time and again.


Shoot-Out at Medicine Bend  1957  3.4 ★ Action & Adventure
A tussle between Sioux natives and the U.S. Cavalry results in the complete annihilation of the American troops, who bought bogus ammunition from a mysterious stranger (James Craig). But a fallen soldier's brother (Randolph Scott) is determined to bring the culprit to justice. Angie Dickinson and James Garner co-star in this classic Western revenge saga that lacks the gritty shoot-outs you might expect.


Maverick: Season 1  1957
Hollywood veteran James Garner stars in this Old West series as Bret Maverick, a charismatic card shark with a knack for landing himself in the middle of conflict -- primarily between law-abiding citizens and the villains who are out to exploit them. Joining Garner in this entertaining series are Jack Kelly as Maverick's straight-talking brother Bart and future James Bond incarnation Roger Moore as the Maverick brothers' English cousin Beau.


Maverick Season 1: Day of Reckoning  1957 Television
When a marshal accidentally deals a lethal blow to a cowhand who accused Bret Maverick of cheating at cards, the cowboy's trail boss and fellow drovers kill the lawman. After the newspaper brands them as murderers, they vow to destroy the town.


Maverick: Season 1: The Third Rider  1957 Television
When two horsemen find Bart Maverick stranded, they give him a ride that results in violence after a posse chases them down. One horseman flees and the other is killed, leaving Maverick to answer charges of robbery and murder.


Maverick: Season 1  1957  3.6 ★ 1350 mins Television
Hollywood veteran James Garner stars in this Old West series as Bret Maverick, a charismatic card shark with a knack for landing himself in the middle of conflict -- primarily between law-abiding citizens and the villains who are out to exploit them. Joining Garner in this entertaining series are Jack Kelly as Maverick's straight-talking brother Bart and future James Bond incarnation Roger Moore as the Maverick brothers' English cousin Beau.


Maverick: Ssn 1: Point Blank  1957 Television
Bret Maverick's luck appears to change when a seductive waitress recruits him to keep an eye out for cheaters at a casino in Bent Fork. But Maverick soon learns that the clever young woman has some tricks up her sleeve. Mike Connors guests.


Maverick: Season 1  1957  3.1 ★ 1350 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Hollywood veteran James Garner stars in this Old West series as Bret Maverick, a charismatic card shark with a knack for landing himself in the middle of conflict -- primarily between law-abiding citizens and the villains who are out to exploit them. Joining Garner in this entertaining series are Jack Kelly as Maverick's straight-talking brother Bart and future James Bond incarnation Roger Moore as the Maverick brothers' English cousin Beau.


Maverick: Season 1  1957  3.6 ★ 1350 mins Television
Hollywood veteran James Garner stars in this Old West series as Bret Maverick, a charismatic card shark with a knack for landing himself in the middle of conflict -- primarily between law-abiding citizens and the villains who are out to exploit them. Joining Garner in this entertaining series are Jack Kelly as Maverick's straight-talking brother Bart and future James Bond incarnation Roger Moore as the Maverick brothers' English cousin Beau.


Maverick: Season 1  1957  3.1 ★ 1350 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Hollywood veteran James Garner stars in this Old West series as Bret Maverick, a charismatic card shark with a knack for landing himself in the middle of conflict -- primarily between law-abiding citizens and the villains who are out to exploit them. Joining Garner in this entertaining series are Jack Kelly as Maverick's straight-talking brother Bart and future James Bond incarnation Roger Moore as the Maverick brothers' English cousin Beau.


Maverick: Holiday at Hollow Rock  1957 Television Rated: NR
Shortly after Bret arrives in Hollow Rock, Wyo., the town's corrupt sheriff helps a gang of shifty gamblers cheat Bret out of his money. Using a stopwatch during a horse race, can Bret expose the crooks and get his cash back?


Maverick: The Saga of Waco Williams  1957 Television Rated: R
After riding into Bent City, Bret and his pal Waco Williams are mistaken for cattle rustlers and soon end up embroiled in a range war between the homesteaders and the cattlemen. Watch for future Oscar winner Louise Fletcher in a supporting turn.


Maverick: The Saga of Waco Williams  1957 Television
After riding into Bent City, Bret and his pal Waco Williams are mistaken for cattle rustlers and soon end up embroiled in a range war between the homesteaders and the cattlemen. Watch for future Oscar winner Louise Fletcher in a supporting turn.


Maverick: Yellow River  1957 Television
Down on his luck and short on cash, Bart accepts an offer of employment from a woman (guest Patricia Breslin) who needs him to be the boss on a cattle drive. But Bart's unlucky streak continues when two drovers die on the trail.


Maverick Season 1: Day of Reckoning  1957 TV Shows Rated: NR
When a marshal accidentally deals a lethal blow to a cowhand who accused Bret Maverick of cheating at cards, the cowboy's trail boss and fellow drovers kill the lawman. After the newspaper brands them as murderers, they vow to destroy the town.


Maverick: Duel at Sundown  1957 Television
While Bret is traveling to a high-stakes card game, his longtime friend Jed asks him to visit. But as Bret gets to know Jed's lovely daughter, the gambler is drawn into a scheme involving ne'er-do-well cowpoke Red Hardigan (guest Clint Eastwood).


Maverick: Season 1: The Third Rider  1957 TV Shows Rated: NR
When two horsemen find Bart Maverick stranded, they give him a ride that results in violence after a posse chases them down. One horseman flees and the other is killed, leaving Maverick to answer charges of robbery and murder.


Maverick: Gun-shy  1957 Television
With his eye on buried Confederate booty, Bret rides into Elwood, Kan., where Marshal Mort Dooley has sworn to purge the town of undesirable characters -- which includes Bret. Can he outfox the tenacious lawman in an elaborate game of cat and mouse?


Maverick: Season 1: Point Blank  1957 TV Shows Rated: NR
Bret Maverick's luck appears to change when a seductive waitress recruits him to keep an eye out for cheaters at a casino in Bent Fork. But Maverick soon learns that the clever young woman has some tricks up her sleeve. Mike Connors guests.


Maverick: Game of Chance  1957 Television
Bret and Bart hatch a plan to turn the tables on alluring but bogus French countess Michelle de Bardot, who has disappeared with $10,000 of the brothers' money. Marcel Dalio portrays Michelle's likewise larcenous uncle.


Maverick: The Spanish Dancer  1957 Television
Bart and Gentlemen Jack Darby fight over a dancer. When Darby vanishes, Bart faces murder charges unless he can discover his missing rival's whereabouts and determine whether his disappearance is part of a bigger scheme.


Maverick: Holiday at Hollow Rock  1957 Television
Shortly after Bret arrives in Hollow Rock, Wyo., the town's corrupt sheriff helps a gang of shifty gamblers cheat Bret out of his money. Using a stopwatch during a horse race, can Bret expose the crooks and get his cash back?


Maverick: Shady Deal at Sunny Acres  1957 Television
After a wily banker (guest John Dehner) steals $15,000 from Bret, he assembles a team of con artists -- including Bart, Dandy Jim Buckley and Samantha Crawford -- to recover the loot. As the plan is put into action, Bret whittles calmly on his porch.


Maverick: High Card Hangs  1957 Television Rated: R
Bart and two other men are accused of murder, and if one of them doesn't admit to the crime, all three will be strung up. When Bart falsely confesses to ferret out the culprit, a friend (guest Efrem Zimbalist Jr.) helps him clear his name.


Maverick: The Thirty-Ninth Star  1957 Television
Bart gets caught in the cross fire between rival political factions after a misunderstanding involving switched suitcases. He draws the attention of determined assassins when a magistrate thinks Bart walked off with an important document.


Maverick: The Jail at Junction Flats  1957 Television
After Dandy Jim Buckley (guest Efrem Zimbalist Jr.) tricks Bret out of $2,000, he follows the swindler's trail to Wyoming and finds Buckley imprisoned in an impenetrable jail. He agrees to return Bret's money … provided that he helps Buckley escape.


Maverick: The Judas Mask  1957 Television
Bart plans to open a casino, but before the deal is finalized a cancan dancer robs him of the $20,000 he was going to invest. Bart's business partner fronts him $10,000 so they can keep their option open long enough for Bart to recover his money.


Maverick: Escape to Tampico  1957 Television
Bret accepts a sizeable offer from authorities to track down fugitive Steve Corbett, who's wanted for murder in the Big Easy. Corbett, however, has escaped to Mexico, where he enjoys a cozy relationship with the government.


Maverick: High Card Hangs  1957 Television
Bart and two other men are accused of murder, and if one of them doesn't admit to the crime, all three will be strung up. When Bart falsely confesses to ferret out the culprit, a friend (guest Efrem Zimbalist Jr.) helps him clear his name.


Maverick: Alias Bart Maverick  1957 Television
Gentleman Jack Darby (guest Richard Long) ends his shaky partnership with Bart by killing a member of the Plummer gang, pinning the murder on Bart and vanishing with all his money. Naturally, the gang and Bart are out for revenge.


Maverick: Passage to Fort Doom  1957 Television
Strapped for cash, Bart takes a job as a guide for a wagon train traveling through the Badlands to a remote Army outpost. Among the passengers is a familiar face -- Cindy Lou Brown -- who's concealing a secret, and a woman plotting a murder.


Maverick: Betrayal  1957 Television
When masked outlaws hold up the stagecoach he's riding in, a sharp-eyed Bart sees a flicker of recognition between pretty passenger Anne Sanders and one of the bandits. Guests include Pat Crowley, Ruta Lee and J. Pat O'Malley.


Maverick: TV Favorites  1957  3.7 ★ 149 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
For five years, "Maverick" ruled the ratings roost, capturing audiences with charming lead actors (James Garner, Roger Moore and Jack Kelly) and complicated story lines. Tune in to some of the show's most crowd-pleasing episodes with this collection. Watch as three gambling brothers, Brett (Garner), Bo (Moore) and Bart (Kelly), make their way across the states, earning a living at the tables and finding themselves in trouble time and again.


Maverick: Season 1: The Burning Sky  1957 Television
When the stagecoach he's riding in is ambushed, Bart Maverick and the other passengers take cover in a deserted adobe house. During the siege, tensions rise among the travelers as Maverick tries to figure out who's hiding something the bandits want.


Maverick: The Thirty-Ninth Star  1957 Television Rated: NR
Bart gets caught in the cross fire between rival political factions after a misunderstanding involving switched suitcases. He draws the attention of determined assassins when a magistrate thinks Bart walked off with an important document.


Maverick: Escape to Tampico  1957 Television Rated: R
Bret accepts a sizeable offer from authorities to track down fugitive Steve Corbett, who's wanted for murder in the Big Easy. Corbett, however, has escaped to Mexico, where he enjoys a cozy relationship with the government.


Maverick: The Spanish Dancer  1957 Television Rated: NR
Bart and Gentlemen Jack Darby fight over a dancer. When Darby vanishes, Bart faces murder charges unless he can discover his missing rival's whereabouts and determine whether his disappearance is part of a bigger scheme.


Maverick: Duel at Sundown  1957 Television Rated: NR
While Bret is traveling to a high-stakes card game, his longtime friend Jed asks him to visit. But as Bret gets to know Jed's lovely daughter, the gambler is drawn into a scheme involving ne'er-do-well cowpoke Red Hardigan (guest Clint Eastwood).


Maverick: Season 1: The Burning Sky  1957 TV Shows Rated: NR
When the stagecoach he's riding in is ambushed, Bart Maverick and the other passengers take cover in a deserted adobe house. During the siege, tensions rise among the travelers as Maverick tries to figure out who's hiding something the bandits want.

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