Miami Vice (1984–1990)
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No Exit 

Crockett and Tubbs reluctantly help government agents in their pursuit of a dangerous arms dealer.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Detective James Crockett
... Detective Ricardo Tubbs
... Detective Gina Calabrese
... Detective Stan Switek
... Det. Larry Zito
... Detective Trudy Joplin (credit only)
... Castillo
... Tony Amato
... FBI Agent Nick Pappas
... FBI Agent McIntyre
... Ramone
Bill Cwikowski ... Guns Dealer
... Rita
Vinnie Curto ... Tony's Bodyguard
Al Garrison ... Gentle


Crockett and Tubbs reluctantly help government agents in their pursuit of a dangerous arms dealer.

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Release Date:

9 November 1984 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Two episodes back, the director had been one half of TV cop duo Starsky and Hutch (1975), Paul Michael Glaser. For this episode, the director was the other half, David Soul. See more »


When the team is breaking into the house to plan the surveillance equipment, the tech says that they have thirty seconds to neutralize the alarm before it goes off. However, it takes more than thirty seconds after he says that for the team to actually neutralize the alarm. See more »


FBI Agent Nick Pappas: It sounds like he's killing her, what's going on?
Detective Ricardo Tubbs: He pushed her into the pool.
Detective James Crockett: The man is scum.
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Top Notch Episode
14 March 2008 | by See all my reviews

No Exit, like many of Miami Vice episodes is superb. This one one stars a fresh face Bruce Willis and again uses a Phil Coillins track to great effect.

The story line is quite straight forward but is executed so well by all the actors and combined with the soundtrack and cinematography, makes it a real classic, not just for Miami Vice but for all short story episodes ever done on film.

I had to keep replaying one of the end sequences when Crockett fires his gun again and again; as the directing (David Soul, Hutch of Starsky and Hutch fame) and editing of the scene was so good. It was perfection done on a frame by frame level that deserves an award on it's own (you will know what I mean when you have seen it)

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