Jeff's father Ray Cargill has made a deal for early release on parole. The boy is ecstatic, but the first months Ray can only visit, being assigned to a half-way house, yet seems to have a fine influence in motivating school effort. Carlos shivers and squirms when assisting Jim to investigate the murder of major Cuban gang don Eduardo Garcia's niece and virtually adopted daughter. Obvious prime suspect rival gang lord Alvaro Saldivar haughtily proclaims his innocence and secretly offers Jim some help to unravel what might be a move for a gang war, which could hurt 'businenss' badly. Jim also takes an interest in the victim's life at Connecticut boarding school and, mostly secretly, back in Florida, with a forbidden lover. Written by
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The scene where Jim sneaks up upon Saldivar as he is smoking his cigar on Jim's patio, was shot at two different locations. The first part, as Jim moved toward Salvidar, was filmed on the stage. The second, as Jim moved the gun slowly toward Salvidar's head, was shot on location in Hollywood on South Northlake Drive, at the home which acts as the exterior set for the studio. The Saldivar Social Club was shot at a Cuban-based Art & Research Center. All of the cigars in the scene were hand rolled by the local Cuban cigar rollers who live and work in the Calle Ocho area. The vehicle used in the explosion scene was the same year, make, and model of Jim Longworth's Dodge Charger. The color was painted on the shell but the engine and drive line were removed to make room for the explosives. See more
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