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Miami Supercops (1985)

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Garret goes to Miami and gets murdered after 7 years in prison for a $20,000,000 bank robbery. The money and the 2 others were never found. The Trinity bros. go to Miami as cops to solve the case this time. Fun fights.


Bruno Corbucci


Bruno Corbucci, Luciano Vincenzoni (story and screenplay)





Cast overview, first billed only:
Terence Hill ... Doug Bennet / Officer Jay Donell
Bud Spencer ... Steve Forest / Officer L A Wray
C.B. Seay C.B. Seay ... Chief Tanney (as Chief C.B. Seay)
William 'Bo' Jim William 'Bo' Jim ... Charro
Ken Ceresne Ken Ceresne ... Robert Delmann / Ralph Duran
Jackie Castellano Jackie Castellano ... Irene Allen
C.V. Wood Jr. C.V. Wood Jr. ... Barkeeper
Richard Liberty Richard Liberty ... Joe Garret
Rhonda S. Lundstead Rhonda S. Lundstead ... Anabelle
Buffy Dee ... Pancho
Michael Warren ... (as Mike Warren)
José Chitwood Jr. José Chitwood Jr.
Luke Halpin ... Leader of the Thieves in the Bus
Randy Warren Randy Warren
Artie Malesci Artie Malesci ... Puncher in Night Brawl


In 1978, $20 million was stolen from a Detroit bank. One of the robbers was caught, one was found dead, and the third disappeared. The money was never found. Seven years later, the robber who was caught was released from jail. He immediately went to Miami, only to be found dead the next day. Now FBI agents Doug Bennet and Steve Forest have been called in to investigate the case while posing as Miami police officers. Somewhere in Miami the third robber is hiding with his $20 million, and he has a seven-year head start on the authorities. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Action | Comedy | Crime


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Did You Know?


It's the last film that features the couple in the 80's, Spencer & Hill reunited for the last time in 1994. It's also the last film that the couple did with director Bruno Corbucci. See more »


In the beginning of the gun shooting in the end, Duran shoots the Indian 6 times. He takes a look in the armor a few minutes later and we see 7 spots in the armor caused by bullets. See more »


Steve Forest: You wanna say adios to Irene?
Doug Bennet: No, I don't think so. What about Annabelle?
Steve Forest: Are you kidding? I'm not in the mood to arm-wrestle.
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References The Mighty Mouse Playhouse (1955) See more »

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Miami Synthesiser Cops
6 April 2005 | by Rob_TaylorSee all my reviews

This film does not show Bud and Terence at their best. The combination of awful acting, awful wigs and superbly irritating synthesizer music all combine to make this film an effort in endurance to stay watching.

I'm not sure where this comes in the Bud/Terence line up of movies, but, much like the early plot where the two characters team up again for one final mission, this movie has the feel of a movie made after the heyday of the pair. Perhaps even a film made to reunite the two actors in the hope of regaining the magic of the pairing.

Whatever the reason, it doesn't work. The film is a mess and the acting by the non-principals is just plain dire. You know the sort of thing - advertisement acting quality. Add in the lamentably obvious hairpieces, which might as well have had neon "WIG!" signs above each of them and dubbing which, whilst OK in the main, only serves to remind you that it is, in fact, dubbing and you have the recipe for an 80's movie disaster.

Unfortunately, the disaster becomes a calamity of epic proportions when the music is factored in. Some bad films benefit from a synthesizer soundtrack - Hawk the Slayer, for instance - but here, the repetitive and, it has to be said, mindless chord sequences only jar the nerves. Anyone who's ever played an arcade machine from the eighties will quickly recognize the type of "music" that becomes increasingly annoying the more you have to listen to it whilst trying to complete that difficult level.

As for the plot, I was too busy gaping open-mouthed at all the wrongness on display to really pay it much heed. Some hokum about the pairing teaming up again to complete a previously unfinished mission......hmmm....the arcade machine analogy again. And, much like those "difficult-to-complete" games, this movie depends for its completion on how many mental "dimes" you have left to put into it. It really is an exercise in endurance.

I expect fans of the duo will like it nonetheless, but it isn't a patch on "My Name is Nobody" and, like so many other films of the time, it really shows its age now.

Summary: Mindless "Miami Vice wannabee" music, hack acting, awful wigs and so-so dubbing. Not recommended except for the most stalwart of fans.

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Release Date:

12 December 1985 (Netherlands) See more »

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Trinity: Good Guys and Bad Guys See more »

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