24. James Garner

James Garner died Sunday July 19th 2014
Garner married for 57 years said about the institution Adrian Scott North London Counsellor Blog      www.counsellingme.co.uk
“Marriage is like the Army; everyone complains, but you’d be surprised at the large number of people who re-enlist.”

One of his most famous roles was playing Jim Rockford. The character was not good or bad, or nice or nasty. His short temper, and complaints about being made to work came across as human and gave the character a depth and complexity unusual for television at the time. You couldn’t totally like him, but you could not hate him either.
James Garner R.I.P

 

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James Garner died July 19th 2014
Garner married for 57 years said about the institution Adrian Scott North London Counsellor Blog      www.counsellingme.co.uk
“Marriage is like the Army; everyone complains, but you’d be surprised at the large number of people who re-enlist.”

His most famous role was playing Jim Rockford. The character was not good or bad, or nice or nasty. His short temper, and complaints about being made to work came across as human and gave the character a depth and complexity unusual for television at the time.

James Garner died July 19th 2014
Garner married for 57 years said about the institution Adrian Scott North London Counsellor Blog      www.counsellingme.co.uk
“Marriage is like the Army; everyone complains, but you’d be surprised at the large number of people who re-enlist.”

His most famous role was playing Jim Rockford. The character was not good or bad, or nice or nasty. His short temper, and complaints about being made to work came across as human and gave the character a depth and complexity unusual for television at the time.



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