This Date in ROCKFORD FILES History: Lee Purcell, Linda Kelsey, and Tim O’Connor star in “The Dexter Crisis,” airing Nov. 15, 1974

  1. THE DEXTER CRISIS
    Original Air Date:
    November 15, 1974

    Synopsis. Wealthy entrepreneur Charles Dexter (played by Tim O’Connor) hires Rockford to locate his mistress, Susan Parsons (Lee Purcell), but doesn’t disclose his true motives until much later (Susan ran off with over $250,000 of Dexter’s money). Rockford joins forces with Susan’s roommate, law student Louise Adams (Linda Kelsey), who thinks there’s a connection between Susan’s disappearance and the driver of a car that had been following Susan for several days.Because Jim Rockford is essentially Bret Maverick in modern dress, it seems only fitting that he is as much an expert games of chance as his TV Western ancestor. Rockford displays his knowledge of how to play roulette in a scene with Susan Parsons (guest star Lee Purcell).LEARN MORE about this episode in the revised third edition of 45 YEARS OF THE ROCKFORD FILES, featuring more than sixty new pages of never before published information about both the original Rockford Files and the CBS reunion movies, including twenty new interviews and six new appendices. 25 percent of the net proceeds from the sales of 45 YEARS OF THE ROCKFORD FILES will be donated to The James Garner Animal Rescue Fund, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising funds to help rescue organizations, shelters, individuals, fosters, and veterans with emergencies, evacuations, medical care, adoptions, training, pet supplies, shelter, rehabilitation, boarding, transportation, food, and other pressing needs. JGARF is one way for Garner fans to honor Jim’s memory and extend his legacy. Plus… if you order 45 YEARS OF THE ROCKFORD FILES directly from Black Pawn Press, you will receive an exclusive bonus gift. Go to Rockford45.com for more details.

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