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Rodeo Murder (Aired January 12, 1954)
Rocky's a tough guy who stays just inside of the law but we get an occasional glimpse of a soft heart beneath the hard exterior. It's a character that Mr. Sinatra plays nicely. Employed or not, Rocky possesed a variety of skills. During the course of the series, he worked as a process server, museum tour guide, cabbie, bodyguard, chauffeur, truck driver, social director for a Catskills resort and a carny. He could also fake enough bass to play at weddings and bar-mitzvahs. For most of the series, Rocky received his job assignments from the Gridley Employment Agency, usually referred to as just "the agency". The only recurring character, throughout the series, besides Rocky himself, is the long-suffering Sergeant Hamilton J. Finger - a solid, although not-too-bright cop who works out of what is frequently referred to as "the Irish clubhouse," who seemed to be constantly running into Rocky, whether he wanted to or not. THIS EPISODE: January 12, 1954. "Rodeo Murder" - NBC network origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. Rocky is framed for murder at the rodeo. Tony Barrett, Ernest Kinoy (writer), Dan Riss, Marion Richman, Andrew C. Love (director), Frank Sinatra, Don Diamond. 23:15. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.
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