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"NCIS: Los Angeles" Hunted (2010)

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NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 1: Episode 22 -- The NCIS team is on the hunt for a terrorist who escaped Army custody during a secretive transfer in Los Angeles.


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Original Air Date:
11 May 2010 (Season 1, Episode 22)
At the Van Nuys Airport, while two boys watch and record flight ops, a bizjet arrives with a prisoner, a shoot-out occurs, and the prisoner (the leader of the TaJ) vanishes; G and company get him, and G figures out the rest of the story. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast)

Chris O'Donnell ... G. Callen

Peter Cambor ... Nate Getz

Daniela Ruah ... Kensi Blye

Barrett Foa ... Eric Beale

Linda Hunt ... Hetty Lange

LL Cool J ... Sam Hanna

Rocky Carroll ... Leon Vance

Yancey Arias ... Special Agent Rick Medina

April Parker-Jones ... Susan Brosnan
Ronald Auguste ... Mowahd Dusa

Mark Saul ... Ethan

Brian R. Norris ... Randy (as Brian Norris)

Everton Lawrence ... Ala a Din Keshwar

Nondumiso Tembe ... Linda Pierce
Taso Papadakis ... Guard
Zadran Wali ... Soldier
other cast:

Adam Jamal Craig ... Special Agent Dominic Vail (archive footage) (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Steven DePaul 
Writing credits
Shane Brennan (created by)

Corey Miller (written by)

Produced by
David Bellisario .... producer
Shane Brennan .... executive producer
R. Scott Gemmill .... executive producer
Gil Grant .... consulting producer
John Peter Kousakis .... co-executive producer
Matt Pyken .... consulting producer
Lindsay Sturman .... supervising producer
Rick Tunell .... co-producer
Erik Whitmyre .... associate producer
Original Music by
Jay Ferguson 
Cinematography by
Victor Hammer (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Roy C. Poole 
Casting by
Susan Bluestein 
Jason Kennedy 
Production Design by
Thomas Fichter 
Art Direction by
Anthony D. Parrillo  (as Anthony Parrillo)
Set Decoration by
Michele Poulik 
Costume Design by
Darryl Levine 
Makeup Department
Nickole Jones .... key hair stylist
Rhonda O'Neal .... key hair stylist
Trefor Proud .... makeup artist
Brooks Stenstrom .... hair stylist
Chris Burgoyne .... key makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Christopher J. Molnar .... post-production supervisor
Rick Tunell .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Joe Lotito .... first assistant director
Ellie Smith .... second assistant director
Christopher Wolfe .... second second assistant director
Art Department
James Addink .... art department coordinator
Mike Brooks .... construction coordinator
Jill Carvalho .... set dresser buyer (as Jill S. Coverdale)
Robyn B. Holmes .... buyer
Lance Larson .... assistant property master
Steven B. Melton .... property master
Ron Licari .... assistant property master (uncredited)
Trevor A. Rudolph .... set dresser (uncredited)
Krista Schoenbaum .... construction assistant (uncredited)
Sound Department
Wilson Dyer .... sound supervisor
Chris Elam .... sound re-recording mixer
Chris Haire .... sound re-recording mixer
Maciek Malish .... dialogue editor
Andrew Morgado .... adr mixer
David Schneider .... production sound mixer (as David M. Schneider)
Andrew Adams .... boom operator (uncredited)
Kevin Fisher .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Ross Levy .... utility sound technician (uncredited)
Randy Singer .... foley mixer (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Donald Frazee .... special effects supervisor (as Don Frazee)
Visual Effects by
Dylan Chudzynski .... visual effects supervisor
Troy Brown .... stunt coordinator
Craig Johnson .... stunt performer
Eric Linden .... stunt double: Chris O'Donnell
Bill Young .... precision car coordinator
Paul Eliopoulos .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Daniel Graham .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Riley Harper .... stunts (uncredited)
Scott Workman .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Matt Cohen .... computer/video engineer
Todd Csernecky .... best boy electric (uncredited)
Kathleen Farry .... second assistant camera: a camera
Frederick Iannone .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Fred Iannone)
Ryan 'Sparks' Lynch .... set lighting technician
Russell McElhatton .... camera operator: "a" camera
John Scott Mills .... digital imaging technician
Joseph D. Urbanczyk .... additional camera operator
Steve Alessi .... grip (uncredited)
Casting Department
Meredith Fordney .... casting assistant
Julie Swistak .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Bianca White .... costumer
Editorial Department
Eric J. Lucas .... assistant editor
Chris Tracy .... post-production coordinator
Patrick Woodard .... colorist
Jacob Tillman .... on-line editor (uncredited)
Music Department
James S. Levine .... composer: theme music
Michael Mason .... music mixer
Mark Wike .... music editor
Transportation Department
Dawn Ballou .... driver
David Bassett .... transportation coordinator (as Dave Bassett)
Other crew
Christopher Billig .... main title design
Royce Binion .... stand-in: LL Cool J
Erin Broadhurst .... assistant to executive producer
Russell Dague .... production coordinator
Jimmey Donchey .... script coordinator
Tom Holzhauer .... production assistant (uncredited)
Dave Kalstein .... story editor
Matthew Klipper .... production accountant
Greg Lazzaro .... location manager
Justin Maradiegue .... multimedia coordinator
Chad Mazero .... assistant to executive producer
Dana Scanlon .... assistant to executive producer
Osama Shofani .... technical advisor (as Osama Shofani USMC Ret.)
Laura Starks .... assistant production coordinator
Diana Valentine .... script supervisor
Speed Weed .... executive story editor
Daniel Beck .... stand-in: Chris O'Donnell (uncredited)
Tim Clemente .... consultant (uncredited)
Jamila Farwell .... production assistant (uncredited)
Darce Florio .... voiceover/looping (uncredited)
Adam Rex .... production assistant (uncredited)

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Shane Brennan  creator

Lori Seaman .... stunt driver (2009)
Camera and Electrical Department
Charles A. Vogeler .... 24 frame video operator (2009)
Production CompaniesDistributorsSpecial EffectsOther Companies

Additional Details

60 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

Special Agent Sam Hanna:Dom was abducted to exchange for this guy. And they didn't let us know they had him?
Leon Vance:There was a break down in the system somewhere.
Special Agent Kensi Blye:If we had known about this, we would've...
Leon Vance:It would have made no difference. Isn't that right Ms. Lange?
Henrietta 'Hetty' Lange:We don't negotiate with terrorists.
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2 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Aftermath, 13 January 2011
Author: ttapola from Finland

A surprise continuation of the highly anticipated "Found" that turned out a bit of a letdown, this one starts *very* promisingly with an intense action sequence. Though the User Rating (7.4 at the time of writing) is lower than that of "Found" and thus suggests that this will not turn out to be a winner like "Missing".

The appearance of Leon Vance is a boost (considering that in Season 7 of NCIS he is often absent), but when the dreaded Enhance Button trope once *again* appears roughly ten minutes into the episode (minus commercials), one feels that we are once more into the clichéd, well-trodden path of factual errors and not-so-compelling search of a person. Why is NCIS Los Angeles searching someone every other week? Can't we have clandestine operations, big illegal arms/explosives/drug smuggling, murders, conspiracies and politic power play? This show is too formulaic and not nearly as funny as it thinks it is. Also, WHY do the show-runners of every other TV show think CGI explosions and smoke (both of which require a lot of FX programming skill) work on a TV budget? There is a rule they should not forget: "Do NOT get over-ambitious. Stick to what you CAN pull of as realistic."

BUT! Thanks to Linda Hunt and Rocky Carroll, there is at least one scene of genuine character drama. On the action front, the pace is unforgivably sluggish. The "climactic" action sequence once again is unimaginative and full of clichés. At least the plot includes one attempt at a surprise, though an experienced viewer can see it coming way too soon... In the end, yet another 6/10 by-the-numbers episode. At least the show is consistent...

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