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James Garner RIPTelevision legend James Garner has died at the age of 86. He reportedly passed away late last night.

Garner began his career with a non-speaking role in The Caine Mutiny Court Martial on Broadway after helping actor Lloyd Nolan learn his lines. He then landed a regular role in the touring production.

From there, he moved on to small roles in movies and television. While he found success starring in more than 50 films over the course of his career — including The Thrill of It All, The Americanization of Emily, Victor/Victoria, Murphy’s Romance, Support Your Local Sheriff!, and The Notebook — Garner really made his mark on the small screen.

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Magnum P.I.

Magnum P.I.

Private investigator Thomas Sullivan Magnum IV (Tom Selleck) is a former U.S. Navy Seal and Vietnam veteran who lives in Hawaii. He lives in the guesthouse of the estate owned by popular-but-never-seen author Robin Masters. Robin's estate is run by uptight Jonathan Quayle Higgins III (John Hillerman) who is often at odds with Magnum and, who Magnum suspects is actually his unseen benefactor. Driving Robin's Ferrari 308 GTS, Magnum lives the life of luxury and takes on cases as the mood strikes him. He's sometimes aided by his war buddies; helicopter pilot Theodore "T.C." Calvin (Roger E. Mosley) and club manager Orville Wilbur Richard "Rick" Wright (Larry Manetti).
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