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The Lost Madonna 

When a drug bust nabs artwork instead of drugs, Crockett and Tubbs enter the underground art scene, but a cop from New York (Michael Chiklis) takes control of the operation to protect the artwork.

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Joey Scianti
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NYPD Det. Jeffrey Whitehead
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Sal Castelli
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Julia Scianti
Stephen G. Anthony ...
Stanley Costa
David Arisco ...
Arroyo (as Davis Arisco)
Cynthia Caquelin ...
Society Woman
Lee Duval ...
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Joel Goodman ...
Sigmar Motherlant
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When a drug bust nabs artwork instead of drugs, Crockett and Tubbs enter the underground art scene, but a cop from New York (Michael Chiklis) takes control of the operation to protect the artwork.

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17 March 1989 (USA)  »

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At the auction, one bidder bids $100,000. A subsequent bid is placed for $110,000, at which point the auctioneer looks at the first bidder, who shakes his head. The auctioneer then announces a sale for $100,000. Since the high bid was $110,000 he announced the incorrect amount. See more »

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Detective James Crockett: The Scianti's are in the dope business, too. We could use dope to make the buy.
NYPD Det. Jeffrey Whitehead: A serious collector won't accept narcotics.
Detective James Crockett: Who the hell is talking about serious collectors? On a evolutionary scale, the Scianti's are about, oh, one step below amoeba.
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She's Waiting
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Performed by Eric Clapton
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Okay!
28 March 2017 | by (Winnipeg) – See all my reviews

Okay episode. There are worse episode! The Lost Madonna starts out strong. Shoot out with Vice finding stolen art! Sonny and Crockett go into deep cover to find the lost Madonna. There is an art experts, double crosses, and two Soprano's type bad guys. Mixed into a 70's heist style story. Watchable, but cheesy. The Lost Madonna is not on my top 5 list. Better than the average episode. 7 out of 10!


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