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  1. Ocean Club

    Hey gang , While going through YouTube I happened upon this little short piece . It's the " Ocean Club " cue from Out Where The Buses Don't Run And The Milk Run . Surprisingly it isn't done by Rick Leon or our very own Dadrian Wilson but is still pretty good if not a little " light " in tonality .
  2. I love every single one of you.

    Can I just say that I absolutely love everybody on this website? never in all my years have I met a nicer crowd of people, we all love Miami Vice, we all share the same hobbies and interests and everything, I feel absolutely privileged to have joined this website and met everybody and to talk with you all about Vice and share opinions and ask questions, I just..I feel so grateful for every single one of you, this community the Vice community I've never met such a nice bunch of people...you all are absolutely amazing and made me feel welcome the day I joined this website, a troll or rude or horrible person does not exist on this website at all, I feel great to be part of this fan community that is Vice, I hope to be on here for a while, it's been an amazing time joining and being on here posting and sharing opinions which almost everyone can agree with, we all share the love for Vice and we always will and I don't think I'll ever get slow or stop logging in one day, why do that when I'm surrounded by such a nice crowd on an amazing fan base? A big thank you and love from your pal Detective_Crockett
  3. Greetings fellow Miami Vice fans! Your expertise is needed) I am trying to create a Miami Vice inspired interior of a police station. It isn't going to be an exact replica, but I still want it to be authentic. So if you have any knowledge regarding dimensions of doors, windows, blinds, etc. or know exact model and maker of props used to create original set, I would greatly appreciate it. But you have to be as thorough as possible, there are many kinds of tanker desks for example, that vary in size greatly. Also, if you have good quality shots of the interior from the show, please do share, it will help a lot. Here's a link to the collection of shots that I gathered: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ardqavfztvr3z9h/AADje68wclJwTTUtks16JwRIa?dl=0 And here's what I'm working on looks like so far: Thanks in advance!
  4. Bring back Miami vice

    https://www.change.org/p/nbc-bring-back-miami-vice Sorry, it is posted 3 times and I can`t delete 2 for some reason:(
  5. Anybody have Calderone's Death uncut?

    I have read that originally broadcast; Calderone had a much longer death scene, where as on the dvds it's been cut and shortened, was wondering if anybody had the footage as I know some members recorded the episodes back in the time where the episode aired?
  6. I everyone, I am new here and I would like to thank you for your warm welcome to the site. First, I would like to introduce myself, I am a professional painter and I live in France. I am a visual artist and and create art which can be figurative or also abstract. You can take a look, if you want to have an idea: http://christophe.bau.din1.free.fr/ But I am also a huge fan of Miami Vice, and Jan Hammer's songs of course which create such a special atmosphere. Right now, I am thinking of creating a new series based on the best TV series !!! And that's the reason why I thought I could join the MV community. I would like to have your feedback, know what you think, so feel free to share your ideas. You probably also have pictures, that would be a great basis for a potential painting in this series, so feel free to send me pictures if you think it could become a nice painting. The only condition is that it has to be linked to Miami and Miami Vice. I know this process is perhaps unusual, but I think it is very exciting to include the whole community in the creative process, see what you think, and perhaps have a chance to meet one day, during the exhibition, why not ? I'm looking forward to hearing from you. See you soon, Christophe.
  7. Hey guys, I'm new to the forum, and a huge Miami Vice Fan. I'm a filmmaker and i just started a Miami Vice Inspired Film Project called ValRosa Beach. http://kck.st/1jH5GdD Check it out! At its core, Valrosa Beach is a classic hard-boiled detective film with a touch of science fiction. The film follows the journey of veteran detective Jack Gibson, as he tries to solve a series of murders related to an experimental substance known as "X5". Let's just say X5 does more to a human body than meets the eye, and it's not pretty. As Jack uncovers the epidemic that is plaguing the city he swore to protect, everything about his character is put into question. The film could be best described as a "neon-soaked" Noir, or better yet, John Carpenter meets Miami Vice.