Miami Vice (1984–1990)
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Calderone's Return: Part 1 - The Hit List 

The team moves to protect Crockett and his family from an assassin, hired by Calderone to re-empty the void he left behind.

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Olivia Brown ...
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Jim Zubiena ...
Ludovici Armstrong
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Linus Oliver
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Caroline Crockett
Jim Borrelli ...
Felix Castranova
Tara King ...
Susan Castronova
Tito Goya ...
Carlos Mendez
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The team moves to protect Crockett and his family from an assassin, hired by Calderone to re-empty the void he left behind.

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19 October 1984 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Gregory Sierra's last appearance in the series. Sierra quit because he didn't like living in Miami. See more »

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When the "Ferrari" is speeding to the rescue through the dark streets of Miami, some cuts show it with a single tail light while most have both lights working. The same shots are used in several episodes. See more »

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Features Miami Vice: Brother's Keeper (1984) See more »

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Written by Dusty Hill and Billy Gibbons and Frank Beard
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Vice gets real
26 October 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Action scenes and character drama; 'The Hit List' has both, and it's a great ride from start to finish. The fact that Calderone's making his big return isn't a spoiler, but nevertheless, this first part's focus on Crockett keeps the larger story shrouded in secret. Sonny's the target of an assassin, while at the same time dealing with his own crumbling marriage. This sets the stage for the show's penchant for putting Crockett under the microscope and watching him squirm.

It's a twisty, bullet-ridden episode throughout, and it saves its main bad guy for the back half. That, together with a classic freeze frame make for a great cliffhanger ending.

8/10


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