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Miami Twice: 'Oh to Be in England' 

The Trotters arrive in Miami, where they are spotted by Mafia Don Vincenzo Occhetti and his sons, the don just happening to be Del's exact double. The Occhettis welcome the brothers but ... See full summary »

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Derek 'Del Boy' Trotter / Don Vincenzo Occhetti
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Buster Merryfield ...
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The Trotters arrive in Miami, where they are spotted by Mafia Don Vincenzo Occhetti and his sons, the don just happening to be Del's exact double. The Occhettis welcome the brothers but they have a plan. Occhetti is to stand trial for several crimes. If Del is found dead and it is assumed that he is the Mafioso, the don will be in a position to start a new life. Several unsuccessful attempts to kill Del follow, as does an argument between Rodney and Occhetti, whom Rodney believes to be his brother. When Del and Rodney tumble to what is happening they go on the run but are saved by Marlene and Boycie, who are on holiday in Miami. They also supply evidence of the Occhettis' drug-dealing. Back home in Peckham Del finds the crates of wine stacked up in his flat but the television news tells him that, thanks to his efforts, Occhetti has been imprisoned. Written by don @ minifie-1

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25 December 1991 (UK)  »

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The room they recorded the episode in was the favored suite of Al Capone. David Jason considered Capone a more violent Del Boy. See more »

Quotes

Boycie: We're having a nice holiday. The Trotters turn up and within fifteen seconds some sod's shooting at us.
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References E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) See more »

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Hooky Street
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Written by John Sullivan
Performed by John Sullivan
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