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Nash Bridges: Superstition

1999, regia di Jim Charleston


Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: Don Johnson Company, Carlton Cuse Productions, Rysher Entertainment - Distribuzione: Columbia Broadcasting System, Paramount Television, TV Tokyo, USA Network - Soggetto: Carlton Cuse - Sceneggiatura: Carlton Cuse - Fotografia: Cs - Montaggio (serie): Sarah Boyd, Christopher Cooke, Jimmy Sandoval, Rick Tuber, Susan K. Weiler, Bill Weinman - Art Director (serie): Sue Chan, Beat Frutiger, Carey Meyer, Nanci Noblett - Set Decoration: Dean Backer - Musiche: Eddie Jobson - Effetti speciali: Stan Blackwell, Steve Kullback - Formato: Color, film tv - Durata: 60'.

Cast: Don Johnson, Cheech Marin, Yasmine Bleeth, Jaime Gomez, Jeff Perry, Nakia Burrise, Josie Davis, Michael Des Barres, James Gammon, Peter Jason, Jenny McShane, Christian J. Meoli, Matt O'Toole, Ronald Russell, Renee Smith.




Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - - - - - - - - «...And vampires... ish... what struck me about the show was that it came across as off-beat and I assume that is what they were aiming for, but the attempt failed and it straddled drama and comedy uncomfortably in a way that shouted of TV for the masses. Perhaps it was only seeing one episode in isolation but, generally, it didn’t do too much for me. Anyway there are sub-stories about Joe (Cheech Marin) trying to get a car for his wife, Nash and Caitlin (Yasmine Bleeth) nearly getting it together and some cop or another walking a dog to score with the ladies. Meaningless drivel in the background... oh, and for some reason the SIU offices turn into a disco. So Nash and Joe are driving along when a limo streaks past them pursued by a patrol car. Of course the patrol car crashes and it is up to Nash to bring the chase to a halt, not before they have seen the vampire driving it. I mean fangs, makeup on face (including red streak to imitate blood), cape etc. The Limo crashes up and the vampire legs it. Nash finds a woman, Finn (Jenny McShane), tied up in the trunk – the body of her bodyguard is in the back seat. He has been stabbed with a replica of Vlad the Impaler’s dagger (I didn’t know they had them but according to this show over 2 million have been produced!), the neck bite marks were superficial. Finn is a singer and says she might recognise the vampire from a Goth club she used to play as her first CD was Goth... fickle thing aren’t you, when we see you singing it is a country version of Desperado. They go to the Goth club and spot the guy. Leaving Finn to fend for herself, they give chase and he tries to leap from an overpass onto a garbage truck – he misses. His name was Damian Kenso, he had fake fangs and someone else’s blood in his stomach – “I guess that’s what happens when lawyers marry,” Joe quips – and the investigation eventually leads them to the vampire’s leader, Lothar (Matt O’Toole). Of course he denies any knowledge of Finn, but vampires are still trying to get her (more cutting with their fake English accents than with the knives they carry) and eventually she is kidnapped. ...».

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Episodio 14 della stagione 4 della serie tv in 122 episodi Nash Bridges.




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