The Rockford Files

Season 2 Episode 22

A Bad Deal in the Valley

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Aired Unknown Mar 19, 1976 on NBC
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A Bad Deal in the Valley
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After having dinner with Karen Stiles, an old flame, Jim is convinced to take some escrow papers to a Chilson Realtors. He does, but is arrested for transporting counterfeit money. Karen does not support Jim, so he charged with a federal offence. Jim finds Karen at her tennis club, she explains she and Tony Lederer planned to make a big real estate deal but their backing money fell through so she was forced to use her father’s money, which he printed himself years ago. Jim takes her outside the club but she is kidnapped. Jim reports this to Dennis and gets information on Tony Lederer – whose wife had her priceless jewellery burglarised. Later Jim impersonates an insurance investigator and meets Mrs Sandy Lederer, and learns from her maid that she hired a Private Detective named Murray Slauson. Continuing the impersonation Jim meets Slauson who rumbles Jim. Jim is followed and caught by a mystery car containing Karen’s kidnappers Fred and Jerry who take Jim to Karen. She come clean again, Tony Lederer has disappeared with the jewels she and Tony stole. Jim visits Preacher to find out who could fence the “hot ice”, and is sent to Appleby, who says he saw the ice, but it was paste. Jim finds Tony and takes Karen to him. Tony confesses he sold the jewels years ago and only stole the fakes so as not to be discovered. Karen then realises she must kill Tony and Jim…moreless

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    Susan Strasberg

    Susan Strasberg

    Karen Stiles

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    Jack Colvin

    Jack Colvin

    Preacher

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    Veronica Hamel

    Veronica Hamel

    Sandy Lederer

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    Gretchen Corbett

    Gretchen Corbett

    Beth Davenport

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