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But it was TV that provided Garner with arguably his defining role.
The Rockford Files saw him in familiar guise as the wisecracking, world-weary Jim Rockford, LA ex-con-turned-private eye.
His half-Cherokee mother died when he was four, probably during a botched abortion, Garner believed.
Willing to treat me like a lady in and out of the bedroom. I enjoy independent films, ethnic foods, live music, and out of the way places.A lifelong smoker — he even continued after undergoing open-heart surgery in 1988 — Garner had suffered a stroke six years ago.Over a six-decade career that included more than 50 films, he had made acting look so natural and effortless.Married only once, he remained with Lois, his wife of 58 years, until the day he died — and never once attracted any accusations of infidelity. His father, Weldon Bumgarner, ran a hardware store-cum-post-office on a country road.The family — including James and his two older brothers — lived in the back of the shop, which didn’t have indoor plumbing.If there was a steely underside to one of Hollywood’s most amiable stars, it’s hardly a surprise after a tragically blighted childhood and a military record in which he was twice badly wounded in action.One of the last survivors of a post-war generation of Hollywood leading men that included Paul Newman, Marlon Brando and Steve Mc Queen, Garner died, aged 86, from apparent natural causes at his Los Angeles home at the weekend.Garner won two Purple Hearts (America’s oldest military medal) when he was wounded twice, first in the face and hand by shrapnel from a mortar round, and later in the buttocks from ‘friendly fire’ from a U. Sure enough, his old colleague was now a theatrical producer and got Garner a non-speaking part in a 1954 Broadway production of The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, a play based on a novel, The Caine Mutiny (the story of shipboard conflict aboard a World War II naval vessel).‘I had no lines and I had trouble staying awake,’ Garner said. household name almost overnight playing its anti-hero — a fast-talking gambler who was always on the side of the angels.But he claimed he learned to act from running through lines with fellow cast members and watching them — in particular Henry Fonda — perform each night. Turning to the big screen, he was a leading man alongside the likes of Doris Day, Audrey Hepburn, Kim Novak and Julie Andrews.It paid an hour, but Garner hated the work and soon returned to Oklahoma.When the Korean War broke out in 1950, Garner was the first Oklahoman to be drafted, joining an infantry unit that was in the frontline as the Chinese poured over the border, losing 60 per cent of its men in the first ferocious assault. At one point, he had worked as a petrol station attendant with a man called Paul Gregory, an aspiring theatrical agent, who observed that Garner’s rugged good looks could work well for him in Hollywood.