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Jack of All Trades 

Crockett's estranged cousin Jack, the swindling but lovable black sheep of the family, needs Sonny's help after he unknowingly robs the underboss of a dangerous, flamboyant drug lord obsessed with Shakespeare to pay off a debt.

Director:

Vern Gillum

Writers:

Ken Solarz (teleplay), Robert Ward (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Don Johnson ... Detective James Crockett
Philip Michael Thomas ... Detective Ricardo Tubbs
Saundra Santiago ... Detective Gina Calabrese (credit only)
Michael Talbott ... Detective Stan Switek
Olivia Brown ... Detective Trudy Joplin (credit only)
Edward James Olmos ... Lieutenant Martin Castillo (credit only)
David Andrews ... Jack Crockett
Robert Miranda Robert Miranda ... Ray Soliz
Jesse Borrego ... Octavio Escandero
John Santucci John Santucci ... Harry Grubbs
Armando Costoya Jr. Armando Costoya Jr. ... Martin
Scotty Gallin Scotty Gallin ... Julio
Steve Geng Steve Geng ... Eddie
Greg Gerard Greg Gerard ... Clerical Policeman
Leslie Lahman Leslie Lahman ... Yvonne
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Storyline

Crockett's estranged cousin Jack, the swindling but lovable black sheep of the family, needs Sonny's help after he unknowingly robs the underboss of a dangerous, flamboyant drug lord obsessed with Shakespeare to pay off a debt.

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Language:

English

Release Date:

3 March 1989 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Escandero quotes two lines from an unnamed poem: "Oh, what a tangled web we weave; When first we practice to deceive!" He then asks the Crocketts if they're familiar with the Bard, or William Shakespeare. However, the lines are actually not Shakespeare's, although they are often mistakenly attributed to him. It's an excerpt from Canto VI, XVII of the epic poem Marmion by the famous Scottish poet Sir Walter Scott about the Battle of Flodden that was fought in 1513. The poem was published in 1808. See more »

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References The Wild One (1953) See more »

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Zweistimmige Inventionen Nr. 1 C-Dur
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Performed by The Swingle Singers
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