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James Garner reads the vivid account of a World War II POW camp from William Shirer's best-selling book "Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" on Feb. 7, 1963.
6 hrs ago | The Pordland Mercury
Tell It Slant has quickly gained a reputation as one of the warmest and most well-curated reading series in town.
10 hrs ago | The News-Review
It would be difficult to say that James Garner was the most famous or influential person I've met in Douglas County, considering that I've talked with civil rights activist Jesse Jackson and presidential candidate Barack Obama during stopovers in Roseburg.
An enormously likable and well-respected star since the early 1950s, James Garner was an Oscar-nominated American actor with a knack for playing lovable rogues in scores of films and television series.
Lieutenant Bob Hendley raises the US flag in a scene from "The Great Escape," directed by John Sturges, 1963.
TCM's James Garner marathon includes “The Americanization of Emily,” a dramedy set in 1944.
Beware the dark powers of Netflix. There I was, last Sunday morning, reading the news of actor James Garner's death on my laptop and nostalgically recalling how much my father, a longtime TV critic, had loved Garner's benchmark 1970s-era private-eye drama, "The Rockford Files."
Steve, Poquoson: Thanks for the James Garner editorial obituary. It was the only write-up of the many I've seen that came right out and said that Garner's Jim Rockford "was among the greatest of all TV characters."
A Christmas gift given to me when I was in the second grade, "Maverick" was one of the first hardcover books I ever owned.
We're here again, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol is back with some new DVDS and a couple of old favorites with some good reasons which you'll read about later.
I must start by saying farewell to Hollywood star James Garner. He is best remembered for the two television series Maverick and The Rockford Files, but he was also a leading man of cinema in the 1950s and 1960s.
For over 20 years, the Screen Actors Guild Foundation has been interviewing iconic actors in one-on-one, in-depth conversations about their careers, lives, and legacies.
When James Garner passed away last week at the age of 86, the media coverage focused on his memorable work in movies and his hit TV shows "Maverick" and "The Rockford Files."
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 11:19 pm
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