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#1 Posted on 20.7.14 0446.49
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#2 Posted on 20.7.14 0730.45
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The Rockford Files were so good. I loved him in the Maverick movie. RIP.
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#3 Posted on 20.7.14 1231.20
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I loved about everything Jim Garner did, but I have three particular favorites:

Support your local gunfighter/support your local sheriff. Though they were different "characters" he played them the same. Sheriff is one of my favorite slapstick movies with Garner - and I especially enjoy the scenes he has with Harry Morgan, another favorite.

My Fellow Americans
Come on - with Jack Lemmon? and Dan Ackroyd? It's a fricking hoot.

eight simple rules
He did a great job finishing that series for Ritter.

of course, Rockford and Maverick are classics.

dude took a couple bullets in Korea. He was a real man. Impressive life.
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#4 Posted on 21.7.14 0622.49
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    Originally posted by AWArulz
    I loved about everything Jim Garner did, but I have three particular favorites:

    Support your local gunfighter/support your local sheriff. Though they were different "characters" he played them the same. Sheriff is one of my favorite slapstick movies with Garner - and I especially enjoy the scenes he has with Harry Morgan, another favorite.

    My Fellow Americans
    Come on - with Jack Lemmon? and Dan Ackroyd? It's a fricking hoot.

    eight simple rules
    He did a great job finishing that series for Ritter.

    of course, Rockford and Maverick are classics.

    dude took a couple bullets in Korea. He was a real man. Impressive life.



It must be our age but I agree with AWA - these were classics, especially Sheriff and the original Maverick TV series.
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#5 Posted on 21.7.14 0857.06
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    Originally posted by DrDirt
      Originally posted by AWArulz
      I loved about everything Jim Garner did, but I have three particular favorites:

      Support your local gunfighter/support your local sheriff. Though they were different "characters" he played them the same. Sheriff is one of my favorite slapstick movies with Garner - and I especially enjoy the scenes he has with Harry Morgan, another favorite.

      My Fellow Americans
      Come on - with Jack Lemmon? and Dan Ackroyd? It's a fricking hoot.

      eight simple rules
      He did a great job finishing that series for Ritter.

      of course, Rockford and Maverick are classics.

      dude took a couple bullets in Korea. He was a real man. Impressive life.



    It must be our age but I agree with AWA - these were classics, especially Sheriff and the original Maverick TV series.

The Scrounger in The Great Escape. I'll have to keep an eye on AMC or TCM to see if they do a Garner tribute in the next few days.
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#6 Posted on 21.7.14 1029.17
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I should watch the Maverick series. The movie is one of my favourites and I've heard it's true to its inspiration.
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#7 Posted on 21.7.14 1142.18
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Hey also was awarded TWO Purple Hearts while in the Army.

RIP!
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#8 Posted on 21.7.14 1143.41
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    Originally posted by Sec19Row53
      Originally posted by DrDirt
        Originally posted by AWArulz
        I loved about everything Jim Garner did, but I have three particular favorites:

        Support your local gunfighter/support your local sheriff. Though they were different "characters" he played them the same. Sheriff is one of my favorite slapstick movies with Garner - and I especially enjoy the scenes he has with Harry Morgan, another favorite.

        My Fellow Americans
        Come on - with Jack Lemmon? and Dan Ackroyd? It's a fricking hoot.

        eight simple rules
        He did a great job finishing that series for Ritter.

        of course, Rockford and Maverick are classics.

        dude took a couple bullets in Korea. He was a real man. Impressive life.



      It must be our age but I agree with AWA - these were classics, especially Sheriff and the original Maverick TV series.

    The Scrounger in The Great Escape. I'll have to keep an eye on AMC or TCM to see if they do a Garner tribute in the next few days.


Next Monday, all day on TCM nothing yet from AMC. No Great Escape.
http://www.tcm.com/this-month/movie-news.html?id=1018763&name=Schedule-Change-for-James-Garner-Tribute-on-Monday-July-28
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