THE ROCKFORD FILES TV CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: STUART MARGOLIN, JAMES GARNER, JOE SANTOS - HFSID 301922
THE ROCKFORD FILES TV CAST: JAMES GARNER, JOE SANTOS and STUART MARGOLIN All three actors sign this color photo in various inks Photograph signed: "Joe Santos", "James Garner" and "Stuart Margolin" in various inks, color, 8x10.
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THE ROCKFORD FILES TV CAST: JAMES GARNER, JOE SANTOS and STUART MARGOLIN All three actors sign this color photo in various inks Photograph signed: "Joe Santos", "James Garner" and "Stuart Margolin" in various inks, color, 8x10. JAMES GARNER (b. 1928) starred as Bret Maverick in the first four seasons of the TV series Maverick (1957-1961) and a short-lived sequel (1981-1982). Garner also starred as a private investigator in The Rockford Files (1974-1980). Appearing frequently in films, he was nominated for a Best Actor Oscar for Murphy's Romance (1985). Roles in Space Cowboys (2000) and Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (2002) showed Garner going strong in the new millennium. American film and television actor, JOE SANTOS (1931-2016), born Joseph Minieri, began his career in the mid-1960s and is perhaps best recognized for his role a Dennis Becker in The Rockford Files (1970s), a role he reprised for several made-for-TV movies. He also played a cop, Lt. Frank Harper, in the 1980s TV series Hardcastle and McCormick, and he had a recurring role in the HBO series The Sopranos, and has guest starred on many other shows such as Police Story, Hill Street Blues, Magnum PI, and NYPD Blue. His feature films include Shaft's Big Score! (1972), Blue Thunder (1983), and The Last Boy Scout (1991). STUART MARGOLIN (b. 1940) played "Angel" Martin, Garner's shifty friend and former cellmate on The Rockford Files. He had teamed with Garner earlier in the short-lived series Nichols (1971-1972), and would do so again in the feature film The Glitter Dome (1984). Margolin portrayed Rabbi David Small in the film Lanigan's Rabbi (1976), based on the Harry Kemelman mysteries. He has been a TV director since the 1970s, winning a Directors Guild Award for an episode of Northern Exposure (1994). In 2002, TV Guide ranked The Rockford Files #39 on its list of 50 greatest TV series of all time. Slightly worn at edges. Otherwise, fine condition.
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