Jacob Asch is hired by Gerald McMurty to find his ex-wife Laine and their son in Palm Springs. Jacob finds Laine and a teenager named Donnie who may or may not be Gerald's son. He also ... See full summary »
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers performs in the music video "Into the Great Wide Open" from the album "Into the Great Wide Open" recorded for MCA Records. The video tells the story of a ... See full summary »
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers,
An unfinished film about a woman in a remote village, who dies only to rise from her coffin during the funeral. The woman is heralded as a saint, although it turns out she has a rare disorder that slows the heart-rate.
Nick McCarren and Jack Rado work far from the glamorous area of Los Angeles, donning oddball outfits working undercover. The headquarters in the seedy area is a business run by out George Grinsky, and they report to Captain Wes Biddle.
Loved Katy Mahoney, who didn't. I wanted to be a female cop just like her, i had my plastic gun (357 Magnum replica) and everything. I don't think this was any more violent than all the other cop-detective shows of the 80's (and the 80's had a lot of TV shows like that, probably why it didn't work out), just had more action scenes, and the lead was a woman. Some of the dialog and the scenes were exaggerated, but 80's shows were like that. Danny Aiello was really good in it. I saw this shows when the 80's were almost over, but being a kid at the time growing up in the most calm place you can think off, i think i'm a fair judge with the violence topic. Overall a great TV show, with a lot of action and entertaining to watch. I was very disappointed when it got canceled, only lasted 14 episodes, didn't even had a chance; TV executives are so dumb. Is this DVD out? I wan't one.
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