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Yancy Butler was in a string of shows that had limited runs in the early 1990's. First she was in Mann & Machine then she was in this show, South Beach which was actually the better of the two shows. The characters were interesting, the actors and actress's were very good. The trouble with this show was not the people but the network. As I recall the show didn't air two consecitive weeks at the same time slot or even day. It did get some mention in TV Guide but for Patti D'Abenville and her tattoo's. Glover was a very good bad guy who you weren't really sure was all that bad. It's too bad shows like this one don't come up on A & E or out on DVD. One thing it made South Beach look much better than it was at the time.
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