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"Dexter" Crocodile (2006)

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James Manos Jr. (developed for television by)
Jeff Lindsay (novel)
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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
8 October 2006 (Season 1, Episode 2)
Dexter's world of police analyst by day, and serial killer by night, is rocked when he's privately contacted by another serial killer... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Michael Cuesta 
Writing credits
James Manos Jr. (developed for television by)

Jeff Lindsay (novel "Darkly Dreaming Dexter")

Clyde Phillips (written by)

Produced by
Daniel Cerone .... co-executive producer
Sara Colleton .... executive producer
Michael Cuesta .... co-executive producer
John Goldwyn .... executive producer
Drew Z. Greenberg .... producer
Robert Lloyd Lewis .... producer
James Manos Jr. .... executive producer
Clyde Phillips .... executive producer
Melissa Rosenberg .... consulting producer
Arturs Rusis .... associate producer (as Artúrs Rúsis)
Original Music by
Daniel Licht 
Cinematography by
Romeo Tirone (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Elena Maganini 
Casting by
Shawn Dawson 
Production Design by
Brandy Alexander 
Set Decoration by
Debra Combs 
Costume Design by
Jill M. Ohanneson  (as Jill Ohanneson)
Makeup Department
Keith Hall .... makeup artist
Lynda Kyle Walker .... hair stylist (as Lynda K. Walker)
Lee Grimes .... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
Miia Kovero .... key hair stylist (uncredited)
Jay Wejebe .... key makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Kenneth Andrade .... post-production supervisor
Gary Law .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Walter W. Parry Jr. .... second assistant director (as Wally Parry Jr.)
Linda Rockstroh .... first assistant director
E. Langston Craig .... second second assistant director (uncredited)
Marla Hudnall .... dga trainee (uncredited)
Art Department
Daniel Brewer .... construction coordinator
Justin Freibrun .... set dresser
Jason Logerot .... paint forman
Pola Shreiber .... property master
Rupert M. Benson III .... assistant property master (uncredited)
Rod England .... leadman (uncredited)
Kent Kidman .... construction foreman (uncredited)
Richard E. Kruder .... set dresser (uncredited)
Jamie Neese .... graphic artist (uncredited)
Kim Papazian .... art and graphic designer (uncredited)
Sound Department
Joe Earle .... sound re-recording mixer
Roger Pietschmann .... sound mixer
Elmo Ponsdomenech .... sound re-recording mixer
Javier Bennassar .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Dicken Berglund .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Beau Biggart .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Brian Magrum .... voiceover mixer (uncredited)
Russell McAbee .... utility sound (uncredited)
Todd Murakami .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Lenny Rabinowitz .... adr recording engineer (uncredited)
John Snider .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Steve Weiss .... sound mixer (uncredited)
Special Effects by
David H. Watkins .... special effects coordinator (as David Watkins)
Chick Bernhardt .... stunts (uncredited)
Shawn Crowder .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael D. Gonzalez .... grip
Jack M. Guberman .... lighting technician
Geoffrey Haley .... camera operator: "a" camera (as Geoff Haley)
Jason D. Hodges .... key grip (as Jason Hodges)
Ralph King .... digital imaging technician
Philip Lee .... camera operator: "b" camera
Earl C. Williman .... chief lighting technician (as Earl Willaman)
Anthony Lee Beverly .... rigging best boy (uncredited)
Rusty Davis .... grip (uncredited)
Warren Feldman .... second assistant camera (uncredited)
Ryan French .... set lighting technician (uncredited)
Edward 'Gooch' Gutierrez .... best boy rigging grip (uncredited)
Steve Hurson .... first assistant camera: "a" camera (uncredited)
Mark Mele .... rigging best boy (uncredited)
Bradley Richard .... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Cameron Smith .... best boy electric (uncredited)
Casting Department
Deborah Aquila .... original casting
Phyllis Karpinski .... casting associate: Florida
Garrett McGuire .... casting associate: Los Angeles
Jennifer L. Smith .... original casting (as Jennifer Smith)
Julie Tucker .... original casting: New York
Tricia Wood .... original casting
Lori Wyman .... casting: Florida (as Lori S. Wyman)
Jeffrey M. Paal .... extras casting (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kathleen Felix-Hager .... costume supervisor
Kristy Aitken Hernandez .... set costumer (uncredited)
Safowa Bright-Asare .... key set costumer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Jeff Ervin .... assistant editor
Tyler Scalzi .... post-production assistant (uncredited)
Music Department
Mark Bensi .... music editor
Gary Calamar .... music supervisor
Jeanne Fay .... music clearance
Rolfe Kent .... composer: main title theme
Alyson Vidoli .... music coordinator
Transportation Department
Hedy Phil Balani .... driver generator operator (uncredited)
K.C. Colebrooke .... driver (uncredited)
Miguel Lozano .... driver: honeywagon (uncredited)
Chad Moore .... transportation co-captain (uncredited)
William R. Peck .... driver (uncredited)
Thomas Pinkney .... driver (uncredited)
David G. Todd .... driver generator operator (uncredited)
Don Violett .... transportation captain (uncredited)
Other crew
Josh Bodnar .... title artist: main titles
Delia Circelli .... production coordinator
Kellie Cyrus .... script supervisor
Robin Ginsberg .... production accountant (as Robin L. Ginsberg)
Lauren Gussis .... staff writer
Terry Gusto .... location manager
Liliana Kondracki .... assistant location manager: Miami crew
Kevin Maynard .... staff writer (as Kevin R. Maynard)
Don McNeill .... main title
Catherine Pittman .... animal coordinator
Gregg Pittman .... animal coordinator
Tim Schlattmann .... story editor
Eric S. Anderson .... title designer (uncredited)
Josh Bodnar .... title designer (uncredited)
Lindsay Daniels .... title designer (uncredited)
Justin Dec .... office production assistant (uncredited)
Kelly Farrell .... construction medic (uncredited)
Leo Fialho .... assistant location manager (uncredited)
Katherine Grace .... layout board (uncredited)
Dan Harder .... lot medic (uncredited)
Millie Hirsch .... studio teacher (uncredited)
Jennifer Marie Holt .... second assistant accountant (uncredited)
Rosario Lopez .... production assistant (uncredited)
Paul Matthaeus .... title designer (uncredited)
Ivan Mladenovic .... production assistant (uncredited)
Gabriel Quintero .... assistant production coordinator (uncredited)
Rami Rank .... assistant production office coordinator (uncredited)
Laura Sevier .... rights and clearances (uncredited)
Bekah Sturm .... production assistant (uncredited)
Melinda Taksen .... script supervisor (uncredited)
Jeb Bush .... special thanks (as Governor Jeb Bush)

Series Crew
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Visual Effects by
Gregg Katano .... visual effects producer: Hi-Ground Media
Duy Tan Nguyen .... digital effects artist: Hi-Ground Media
Camera and Electrical Department
J.A. Byerly .... rigging gaffer
Michael J. Fowler .... video playback operator
Brad Grimmett .... additional Steadicam operator
Riley Sidore .... set lighting technician
Other crew
Ben Gurner .... production assistant
Jan Kunesh .... director of production finance
Jan Kunesh .... production finance executive
Natalie Pearsall .... production assistant
Production CompaniesDistributorsSpecial Effects
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Other Companies
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Additional Details

55 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Brazil:18 (DVD rating) | Japan:Unrated | Japan:R-15 (DVD rating) | Netherlands:16 | USA:TV-MA
Filming Locations:

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Revealing mistakes: When Dexter's browsing the reports about Matt Chambers' past DUI infringements, the last page shows the title of an article in South Boston Daily claiming "Matt Rasmussen of South Boston Arrested" though the rest of the article is about Matt Brewster - a name used in Albuquerque. The article is identical to the previous one in Albuquerque Times Standard except for the first couple of words.See more »
Debra Morgan:Watching ice melt, this is fun.
Vince Masuka:Stand a little closer, Morgan, and I'll melt your heart.
Angel Batista:I think he's got a crush on you, Dex!
Dexter Morgan:Huh?
Vince Masuka:Yo, I was talking to Morgan the sister. Vince Masuka only swings one way.
Debra Morgan:Yeah, from vine to vine...
Lt. Maria Laguerta:Enough! Glad to see the sexual harassment seminar really paid off.
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8 out of 30 people found the following review useful.
Stay focused, Dex!, 14 October 2007
Author: Coventry from the Draconian Swamp of Unholy Souls

Only the second entry in the "Dexter" TV-show and the concept already slightly begins to weaken. There's less blood & excitement in episode two then there was in the pilot, but also the story lines start to revert to clichéd situations and the characters already start to develop towards typical cop stereotypes. The entire Miami police department is still after the Ice Truck serial killer, but he hasn't made any new moves apart from secretly contacting Dexter and challenging him to a showdown. There are two supplementary (and seemingly forced) sub plots in the second episode, namely the murder investigation of an undercover police officer and Dexter himself digging deeper into the trial of a recidivist hit-and-run felon. Completely opposite to the events in the pilot, where the camera deliberately zoomed in on the gory set pieces, the blood & splatter sequences now seem rushed and limited. The dialogs and interactions between the characters become funnier ("glad to see that sexual harassment seminar paid off") but Dexter's narrative thoughts & impressions are still whiny and a little dull to endure. If you speak Spanish, you can probably also predict the future character developments (like that of Officer Angel Batista) but I had no idea what he and the lieutenant were saying. James Remar is more clearly visible in this second episode, as Dexter also continues to have extended flashbacks about his adolescence. I hope the next installments will get much better, or at least equal the quality level of the pilot again.

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