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Miami Vice- Pilot Episode, 26 yrs ago tonight (16 Sept. 1984),The Iconic Scene that Rocked Network TV

Tuneage: In The Air Tonight (Phil Collins) - kicks in at 3:00.
Pilot Episode: Brother's Keeper. E01S01.
Full Scene TRT: 6:47

No tv series before had ever utilized music, fashion and cinematography like Miami Vice. If you're old enough to remember watching the series in '85/'86 you'll remember this scene. It was AWESOME! The buzz about the show was huge!

Don Johnson ... Detective James Crockett (111 episodes, 1984-1990)
Philip Michael Thomas ... Detective Ricardo Tubbs (111 episodes, 1984-1990)
Miami Vice is noted for its innovative use of music, particularly countless pop and rock hits of the 1980s and the distinctive, synthesized instrumental music of Jan Hammer. While other television shows used made-for-TV music, Miami Vice would spend $10,000 or more per episode to buy the rights to original recordings. Getting a song played on Miami Vice was a boost to re

Added: Sep-16-2010 Occurred On: Sep-16-1984
By: smyle
Arts and Entertainment, Other Entertainment
Tags: Miami Vice, NBC, NOT youtube, Don Johnson, Philip Michael Thomas, Crockett & Tubbs, Phil Collins, In The Air Tonight, Brother's Keeper, Awesomeness
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