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"Law & Order: Criminal Intent" Tuxedo Hill (2002)

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Director:
Writers:
Dick Wolf (created by)
Rene Balcer (developed by)
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Original Air Date:
10 May 2002 (Season 1, Episode 22)
Genre:
Plot:
A female financial executive is framed for murder and blackmailed to hide her company's illegal stock practices. | Add synopsis »
User Reviews:
Season 1: The weaknesses are part of the formula but D'Onofrio and his character are strong and often make it stand out from the crowd in its slightly different approach See more (2 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... Ron Carver

Bruce Altman ... Jack Crawley
Cindy Katz ... Elizabeth Dawson

Amy Hargreaves ... Karyn Milner

Jim Fyfe ... Bill

Ali Reza ... Michael Gergen (as Ali Farahnakian)

Victor Arnold ... Mr. Nelson
Dan Ziskie

Elisabeth Noone ... Dawson's Attorney

Tracy Howe ... Declan

Robin Swid ... Jamie
Charles Musumeci ... George Venturelli (as Charles J. Musumeci)

Andrea Sooch ... Anne Wikzemsky
Catherine Brophy ... Pia Winnick
Jinn S. Kim ... Harold Lin
Mark Schulte ... Pilot
Michael Luggio ... Detective Elsworth

Billy Griffith ... Construction Man
Terianne Flacone ... Construction Woman (as Terianne Falcone)
Felicia Taylor ... News Reporter
Linda Miller ... Officer Douglas
John Stanisci ... Executive
Chuck Lewkowicz ... Neighbor
Logan McCall ... Fireman
James Starace ... Uniform Officer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jennifer Michelle Brown ... Jenny Dawson (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Steve Shill 
 
Writing credits
Dick Wolf (created by)

Rene Balcer (developed by) (as René Balcer)

Rene Balcer (written by)

Produced by
Rene Balcer .... executive producer
Fred Berner .... co-executive producer
Tim Deluca .... associate producer
Arthur W. Forney .... co-executive producer
Peter Jankowski .... executive producer
Michael Kewley .... co-producer
Marlane Meyer .... consulting producer (as Marlane Gomard Meyer)
Theresa Rebeck .... consulting producer
John L. Roman .... producer
Roz Weinman .... producer
Dick Wolf .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Mike Post 
 
Cinematography by
Frank Prinzi (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Dorian Harris 
 
Production Design by
Leslie Bloom 
 
Art Direction by
Harry Darrow 
 
Set Decoration by
Lisa Nilsson 
 
Costume Design by
Ingrid Price 
 
Makeup Department
Stanley Hall .... key hair stylist
Steven Lawrence .... key makeup artist
Craig Lyman .... key makeup artist
Frank Vazquez .... key hair stylist
 
Production Management
Jamie Crowell .... production supervisor (as Jamie Blank)
Mary Rae Thewlis .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jamie Sheridan .... second assistant director (as James E. Sheridan)
Christopher Swartout .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Joe Bird .... leadman (as Joseph 'Pepe' Bird)
Joe Bird .... set dresser (as Joseph 'Pepe' Bird)
Joseph Garzero .... scenic charge (as Joe Garzero)
Steven E. Lawler .... construction coordinator
Jim Lillis .... assistant property master (as James R. Lillis)
Victor Morales .... camera scenic
Mark Peltzer .... property master
 
Sound Department
Scott Breindel .... sound mixer
Michael Ferdie .... sound editor
Jeff Livesey .... boom operator (as Jeffrey Livesey)
Gary Marullo .... foley artist
Philip Rogers .... adr recordist
Steven D. Williams .... supervising sound editor
Peter Reale .... re-recording mixer (uncredited)
 
Stunts
John Cenatiempo .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael F. Burke .... gaffer (as Michael Burke)
Jessica Burstein .... still photographer
Joe Doughan .... best boy grip
Kevin Flynn .... dolly grip
David Franzoni .... best boy electric
Jonathan Herron .... Steadicam operator
Jonathan Herron .... camera operator
Robert Kummert .... b dolly grip
Andy Niceberg .... house electrician
Douglas Pellegrino .... camera operator
Andrew Priestley .... assistant camera
Gregory Principato .... second assistant camera
Kurt Rimmel .... key grip
Rob Salviotti .... assistant camera
George Santo Pietro .... dolly grip
Arthur Szefer .... assistant camera
Elizabeth Hedges .... additional second assistant camera (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Justen Fox .... extras casting
Heather Hurley .... casting associate
Grant Wilfley .... extras casting (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Amy Andrews .... costume supervisor
Careen Fowles .... wardrobe supervisor
Sheila Grover .... costume supervisor (as Sheila Gentile)
Rachel Leek .... costumer
Colleen Morris .... tailor
Laura Sewrey .... assistant costume designer
 
Editorial Department
Dave Lifshin .... post-production assistant
Jeff Stroot .... international editor
Kostas Theodosiou .... digital colorist
 
Location Management
Beth Avery .... location assistant
Mark O'Brien .... location scout
Tom Ross .... location manager (as Thomas Ross)
 
Music Department
Libby Pedersen .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
Ronald Baum .... driver
Michael F. Connelly .... driver: production van
Michael Connolly .... unit driver
Richard Curry .... transportation captain
Steve Curtis .... production driver
Mark Dolce .... transportation co-captain
Kevin Flynn .... unit driver
Bill Junior .... driver: special equipment
Kristopher Keefe .... production driver
Frank Röth .... driver
Erik W. Wickstrom .... driver: crew van
Peter S. Cassella .... driver: camera truck (uncredited)
Bob Donavan .... driver: honeywagon (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Bill Ahern .... key set production assistant
Rene Balcer .... show runner
Ann Calhoun .... production assistant
George Camarda .... script supervisor
Park Dietz .... technical advisor (as Dr. Park Dietz)
George Doherty .... production coordinator
Amy Durning .... production assistant
William N. Fordes .... production consultant
Lydia Mayberry .... assistant to executive producer
Bill Oldham .... technical advisor (as Lt. Bill Oldham)
Michael Struk .... technical advisor
Tamsin Anstey .... production accountant (uncredited)
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Rene Balcer  developed by (as René Balcer)
Dick Wolf  created by

Art Direction by
Gregory Hill 
 
Set Decoration by
Judy Gurr 
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chris DeAngelis .... dga trainee
Betsy Friedman .... second second assistant director
Neil Lewis .... second second assistant director
Daniel Lowe .... dga trainee
Richard E. White .... dga trainee
 
Art Department
Katya Blumenberg .... assistant art director (2010)
Elan Dassani .... computer graphics
Justin Elterman .... computer animation
Justin Elterman .... graphic designer
Gerard V. Engrassia .... on-set dresser
Isaac Gabaeff .... set dresser (2004-2005)
Adam Goodnoff-Cernese .... set dresser
Rumiko Ishii .... art department assistant
Jen Martley .... art department coordinator
Gifford Meyer .... props
Kevin L. Raper .... graphic artist
 
Sound Department
Richard Coleman .... sound recordist
Roberta Doheny .... re-recording mixer
Robert Edmondson .... re-recording mixer
Russell Farmarco .... dialogue editor (2004)
Scott Jason Farr .... sound mixer
Dylan A. Flores .... adr mixer (as Diana Flores)
Brian Miksis .... sound mixer: additional photgraphy (2004)
Craig T. Rosevear .... foley editor
 
Stunts
Jeffrey Lee Gibson .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Liza Bambenek .... assistant camera
Jan Burgess .... assistant camera (seasons 3-4)
Travis Cadalzo .... assistant camera
Rod Calarco .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Jim Denny .... camera operator
Saiyiu. Li .... additional camera loader
Jason Micallef .... electrician
Anna Novick .... grip
Darren Ryan .... 24 frame video operator
Michael Strasner .... dolly grip
James Tuttman .... camera operator
Tom Vulliez .... additional grip
George Young .... grip
 
Casting Department
Candice Vernon .... extras casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Amy R. Burt .... costumer
Lynne Maureen Curtis .... additional wardrobe
Kristopher Keefe .... wardrobe truck
Frankie Ritacco .... assistant costume designer
Meg Thornton .... set costumer (last four seasons)
 
Editorial Department
T. Michael Baiocco .... post-production coordinator
Eric Johannessen .... colorist
Felicia Mignon Livingston .... assistant editor
 
Location Management
William Cusick .... location assistant
 
Music Department
Atli Örvarsson .... orchestrator
 
Other crew
Anthony Blanco .... production assistant
Kija Brooks .... production assistant
Chris Burns .... office production assistant (2010)
Kyja K. Christianson .... production assistant
Philip DeRise .... office production assistant (2001)
Amber Gristak .... stand-in
Richard Lippin .... publicist (2003)
Paul Mastroianni .... production assistant
Jonathan Mayo .... production assistant
Les McDonough .... set production assistant
Shane Moran .... production assistant
Evan T. Reilly .... assistant to producer
Kate Rorick .... script coordinator
Tim Saccardo .... script coordinator
Yvonne Sayers .... production assistant
George Young .... production assistant
 
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Additional Details

Runtime:
45 min
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Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Certification:
New Zealand:M (DVD rating) | USA:TV-14
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Goofs:
Audio/visual unsynchronized: When Goren comes out of the interview room after talking to Mr. Nelson we hear the door close but he doesn't really close it, it's left open several inches.See more »

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6 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
Season 1: The weaknesses are part of the formula but D'Onofrio and his character are strong and often make it stand out from the crowd in its slightly different approach, 28 October 2009
Author: bob the moo from United Kingdom

I'm not generally a fan of L&O because I do prefer to have something consistent in my dramas rather than being able to miss episodes and still be able to just walk into one and not miss a beat. However there are strengths in having it like this because then you can just dip in and out here and there, enjoy one episode and then not worry about what happens next. I tend to enjoy doing this most with L&O:CI because I enjoy the structure and the characters. I have been mostly moving around within the first series or two so don't take these comments as being gospel but so far it looks pretty good and is different enough from the other L&O's to be worth seeing.

Supposedly looking at the crimes from the criminal's point of view, I actually enjoy the series mostly because of the deduction work of Goren. He is an enjoyable character and comes across a little like a very straight version of Monk. This gives the show a bit more of a theatrical touch and, although L&O has always proposed to be able the real police work without the gloss, I do find the CI approach to be that little bit more enjoyable as a result. Not every case is that strong of course and there are weak episodes but they all tend to be reasonably good because I like the lead character.

Like other reviewers have commented, D'Onofrio really is the key to a lot of the episodes coming together. He is the heart of the series and as long as you like that then you should like each episode. His performance is quite fun to watch because he does have elements of being a straight cop but then he also has elements of Columbo and people like that – it is a nice mix that he carries off well and, like I said, it tends to give CI a different slant from the police work approach of the other series. Erbe is just as good but ploughs a straighter furrow in support of D'Onofrio while Sheridan and Vance are both fine in smaller roles – however I tend to feel that they never really want to keep D'Onofrio off the screen for too long (so I'm not sure why they are proposing to bring in other detective characters).

Overall this is an enjoyable series for dipping into here and there. The lack of total narrative flow and perhaps not a great deal of character development is a problem but generally it works well in what it does and out of all the various cop show spin-offs of this ilk, tends to be one of the ones that I enjoy more.

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