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Freefall - The final episode

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C Glide    569
C Glide

Page three has been published

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Tom    180
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vor 39 Minuten schrieb C Glide:

Page three has been published

Thanks! Great as always. One comment on the recycled footages from Stones War. These were -with exception of a few scenes shot by MV- as we found out by hint of member Mr.Calderon scenes taken from movie "Latino" (1985) which dealt with war in El Salvador and was shot on site.

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C Glide    569
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Thank you.

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Page 4 has been published.

 

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C Glide    569
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Page 5 has been published.

 

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Matt5    1,919
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These pages are fantastic work Jeremy - the most detailed yet ! Thankyou :hippie:

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It is now done. the sixth and final page of the final episode has been published. It has been a long and wonderful journey.

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Wow, amazing accomplishment, many thanks from all your Vice buddies.  :clap:

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Great conclusion of the series locations and what a labor of love you have done over the years to complete all 111 episodes scene by scene in detail!

Many thanks on behalf of all fans!

Hopefully we will be able to track down the few unknown locations in a team effort starting back with season 1. Just guessing but we have found all locations in approx. 95% of episodes, thus only a few mysteries left with Love at first sight seeming to be the show with highest number of unknown locations.

 

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as CGlide mentioned on his website that the same thug harassed Crockett in Freefall (end of teaser), Rock and a hard Place (press conference) and Victims of Circumstance (brawl), I wanted to share the name- this is Joe Hess, a well known karate champ, military expert, bodyguard and part time actor. There is lots of footage on YouTube about and with him. By the way: I don't like the guy as he whacked Zito in Down for the Count ;( and one of the other thugs who pushed Crockett and Tubbs into the car at the end of Freefall teaser was Robert Hoelscher, the police instructor of the show, working with MIami Police Dpt at the time of filming. He also appeared in numerous episodes including Redemption in Blood, Killshot and Sons and Lovers, playing police officers. In Freefall he defected to the cartel, I suspect they paid well and had everyone in Miami Police on their payroll, except our heroes of course! :D

http://www.worldblackbelt.com/who-s-who/living-legends/143-joseph-c-hess

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miamijimf    956
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On 7/21/2017 at 8:24 PM, Matt5 said:

That's great of course you had a lot of "Afternoon Plane" shot here and also some interiors/exterior work from "Ciba Libre" which I managed to recreate when I went in Feb . I just love the Deering Estate - also found it very interesting what miamijimf said about the historical aspect of the site. @miamijimf

Since you're interested in the history of the Deering Estate you may like this info about the oldest building, pictured below.  In 1896 Samuel Richmond built a sturdy house on the property that became the Richmond Cottage.  It was the first hotel built between Coconut Grove and Key West.  The property was in the pioneer town of Cutler.  Cutler is now a section of SW Dade.  (When in Miami in the 80s we lived in an area called Cutler Ridge.)  Charles Deering, the older brother of James Deering builder of Vizcaya, bought the property, and refurbished this cottage in 1913. 

Also I just remembered finding the remains of a crashed single engine, drug carrying plane a few years ago when poking around the woods on the estate.  The engine had been removed.  I hope they left the wreck there up in the trees, it was like a symbol of the 80s.  Anyone else see the plane?   

 

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4 hours ago, miamijimf said:

Since you're interested in the history of the Deering Estate you may like this info about the oldest building, pictured below.  In 1896 Samuel Richmond built a sturdy house on the property that became the Richmond Cottage.  It was the first hotel built between Coconut Grove and Key West.  The property was in the pioneer town of Cutler.  Cutler is now a section of SW Dade.  (When in Miami in the 80s we lived in an area called Cutler Ridge.)  Charles Deering, the older brother of James Deering builder of Vizcaya, bought the property, and refurbished this cottage in 1913. 

Also I just remembered finding the remains of a crashed single engine, drug carrying plane a few years ago when poking around the woods on the estate.  The engine had been removed.  I hope they left the wreck there up in the trees, it was like a symbol of the 80s.  Anyone else see the plane?   

 

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Very interesting Jim - thankyou for sharing !

There is much there I didn't know- I can't recall the plane. When I'm there I do like that neighborhood and Old Cutler road  :hippie:

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A few more from the final episode from the Charles Deering Estate (the Borbon Palace screening room was of course seen in "Bushido" and "Cuba Libre")- these photos were taken earlier this year and compliment Jeremy's guide to this episod:hippie:

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Sunset Harbor Yacht Club, Purdy Avenue , Miami Beach :hippie:

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