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Vice references in current mags

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Dadrian

The newest GQ mag (Channing Tatum cover) has an article about the 10 best violent weapons in tv/film. Tubbs' shotgun is listed/pictured as "MV Special".There are also a couple of white suit pics and references of DJ in summer clothing articles of Esquire and/or Details (I can't remember which is which on these two, sorry).Has anyone else seen any of these MV references?

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Tony D.

I'll look for that mag at the store, sounds interesting!They should also have mentioned the weapon that blew up Crockett's Ferrari, :D. Tubbs plugged GQ magazine in "One Eyed Jack", I believe. Time for them to return the favor.

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Dadrian

good point, tony :)

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Matt5

The number of times I see "Miami Nice " for holidays in the Miami area or "Miami Spice" relating to cookery books or recipes is far too many times to mention.:D

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Tony D.

I saw the GQ article in a bookstore. All they showed was the shotgun. No comments.

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Morgana

There was this in The People on Sunday: http://www.people.co.uk/news/eammonholmes/ I read this week that users of sunbeds needn't be bothering planning how to spend their pension.I was led astray by Miami Vice when I was in my 20's, wanting to look as good as Tubbs and Crockett. Now I realise only one of them was naturally brown.

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Tony D.

Remember, Morgana in "The Pilot" Crockett asked Tubbs if he was only in Miami to work on his tan ? :D

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cageyJG

Five things you didn't know about Miami ViceUnsure of source.Eingefügtes BildEingefügtes Bild

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Ferrariman

Make that 4 things since number 1 is wrong. Vice premiered in '84 not '85Aside from that the only one I never heard of is number 2

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cageyJG

Nice catch, can't believe I missed that one. Tired. I would be tempted to put the hurt on that writer but I guess he had good intentions. And actually, the photo caption is outstanding.

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Ferrariman

I would be tempted to put the hurt on that writer but I guess he had good intentions.

Would probably be hard to find him even if his name was listed. The announcement of season 1 on DVD tells me this article is at least a few years old.

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maynard

Make that 4 things since number 1 is wrong. Vice premiered in '84 not '85Aside from that the only one I never heard of is number 2

Yercovich claims the MTV cops thing is fiction also. Hadn't heard about 2 0r 5.

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Pandina

Never heard about #5.Also #2 but this is common practice in filming, whether a movie or just a commercial, so I think it could be true.

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Kavinsky

I remember reading about number 2 somewhere else and it makes sense I can't remeber seeing any red or brown things in the first two seasonswith the exception of a red lancia in no exit, maybe that sliped through the cracks and was the only car they could get there hands on during filmingEingefügtes Bild

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COOPER&BURNETT

Unsure of source.Eingefügtes BildEingefügtes Bild

Here's the article for #5Eingefügtes Bild

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COOPER&BURNETT

Interesting . Thanks.

Don't mention it. :clap::thumbsup:

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