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"21 Jump Street" High High (1989)

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Original Air Date:
23 April 1989 (Season 3, Episode 16)
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Johnny Depp ... Officer Tom Hanson

Holly Robinson Peete ... Officer Judy Hoffs (as Holly Robinson)

Peter DeLuise ... Officer Doug Penhall

Dustin Nguyen ... Officer Harry Truman Ioki

Steven Williams ... Captain Adam Fuller

Richard Grieco ... Officer Dennis Booker

Sal Jenco ... Sal 'Blowfish' Banducci

Michael Bowen ... Charlie Sharp
Philip Linton ... Jimmy Wolf

David Coburn ... Dave Gordon

Tom Fridley ... Eddie

Michael Harris ... Dealer (as M.K. Harris)
Jackson Davies ... Principal

Michael Des Barres ... Mr. Karst

Mario Van Peebles ... Dana

Lochlyn Munro ... Herbie (as Rick Munro)
Damon Johnson ... Richert

Troy Mallory ... Danny

Jay Brazeau ... Roth
Betty Phillips ... Ms. Clopshaw
Tanyth Gadon ... Anne
Andrea Mann ... Abigail
Ted Cole ... Mr. Thurber
Robert Lee ... Engineer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jennifer Bishop ... Dancer
Bruce Torriano ... Donnie

Paul Vasquez ... Joaquin

Episode Crew
Directed by
Mario Van Peebles 
Writing credits
Patrick Hasburgh (created by) &
Stephen J. Cannell (created by)

Eric Blakeney  written by
Bill Nuss  written by

Produced by
Steve Beers .... executive producer
Eric Blakeney .... supervising producer
Joan Carson .... producer
Jimmy Giritlian .... co-producer (as James S. Giritlian)
Gary S. Hall .... associate producer (as Gary Skeen Hall)
Bill Nuss .... co-supervising producer
Jo Swerling Jr. .... supervising producer
Original Music by
Peter Bernstein 
Cinematography by
David Geddes 
Art Direction by
Lawrence F. Pevec  (as Lawrence Pevec)
Costume Design by
Rena Campbell 
Makeup Department
Brenda Turner .... hair stylist
Art Department
Mark Prior .... lead dresser
Al Rourke .... lead carpenter
Camera and Electrical Department
David S. Warner .... best boy
Gary J. Williams .... second grip
Editorial Department
Flavio Bidese .... tape room operator
Music Department
Franklin Jones Jr. .... re-recording music mixer
Transportation Department
Stephen Carr .... personal driver
Other crew
Bob Lewis .... production accountant

Series Crew
These people are regular crew members. Were they in this episode?
Directed by
Jonathan Wacks (1990)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Paul Abraham 
Stephen J. Cannell  creator
Stephen E. Doyle 
Patrick Hasburgh  creator

Original Music by
Michael Z. Gordon 
Casting by
Victoria Burrows 
Lynne Carrow 
Makeup Department
Natalie Cosco .... makeup artist
Carolyn Stewart .... assistant makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tom Braidwood .... first assistant director (multiple episodes)
Larry D. Horricks .... second assistant director
John H. Radulovic .... assistant director
Art Department
Clive Edwards .... set dresser
Max Matsuoka .... props buyer (1990)
Alan S. Reynolds .... charge scenic artist: Florida
David Valentine .... property master
Sound Department
Chris Glyn-Jones .... boom operator
William Hooper .... sound editor
Chris J. Clayton .... stunt driver
Chris J. Clayton .... utility stunts
Dave Hospes .... stunts
Kathy Hubble .... stunts
David Jacox .... stunts
Michael Langlois .... stunts
Scott Nicholson .... stunts
David Rigby .... stunts
Pat Romano .... stunts
Jacob Rupp .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Al Campbell .... key grip (76 episodes)
Kim Olsen .... grip
Mitch Reeves .... electrician: Florida (as James M. Reeves)
John Rigg .... grip
Casting Department
Sherry Sims .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jennifer Grossman .... costumer
Location Management
Fabio M. Arber .... location manager: Miami (1989-1990)
Dori Greenberg .... location assistant
Other crew
Eamon Buehning .... payroll accountant
Chris J. Clayton .... stand-in
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Additional Details

USA:60 min (with commercials)
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

David:Save your preach, cop. I reject everything, man. And it's not because I'm unhappy or confused or afraid of reality. See, I can, I can, chew up the nastiest tastes reality has to dish out, man. And if reality serves me up some raw sewage, man - I'll, I'll slurp up a whole toilet-bowl full and call it ambrosia.
Officer Dennis Booker:You always had a way with words, Dave.
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Crew Goes Undercover In A Performing Arts School, 12 May 2015
Author: Desertman84 from United States

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

High High is the sixteenth episode of the third season of 21 Jump Street.The crew goes undercover at a performing arts school to investigate a narcotics case which is that of drug dealing as it faces to get closed down if the investigation does not fall through. As the officers disguised themselves as students,we get to see them perform several acts such as comedy routines,drama play,poetry reading and playing musical instruments.

This was a pretty enjoyable episode as we get to see the cast showcase their talents.We see Officer Thomas Hanson play the guitar and do some comedy routine with Officer Douglas Penhall,who by himself did some poetry reading.Too bad that Officer Judith Hoffs wasn't given so much to do considering that Holly Robinson like singing considering she has a great voice.The conclusion was definitely fun especially the arrest scene.

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