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Miami Vice - The Complete Collection (Slimline Packaging) [DVD] [1984]


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  • Actors: Olivia Brown, John Diehl, Don Johnson, Edward James Olmos, Saundra Santiago
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: Italian
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 32
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Universal/Playback
  • DVD Release Date: 10 Dec. 2012
  • Run Time: 6660 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00979JYQ6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,789 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Reviews

All 111 episodes of the American crime television drama, starring Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas as Detectives Sonny Crocket and Rico Tubbs of the Miami Metro-Dade police 'Vice' department. Episodes are: 'Brother's Keeper (1&2)', 'Heart of Darkness', 'Cool Runnin', 'Calderone's Return (1)', 'Calderone's Return (2)', 'One-Eyed Jack', 'No Exit', 'The Great McCarthy', 'Glades', 'Give a Little, Take a Little', 'Little Prince', 'The Milk Run', 'Golden Triangle (1)', 'Golden Triangle (2)', 'Smuggler's Blues', 'Rites of Passage', 'The Maze', 'Made for Each Other', 'The Home Invaders', 'Nobody Lives Forever', 'Evan', 'Lombard', 'The Prodigal Son (Part 1)'; 'The Prodigal Son (Part 2)'; 'Whatever Works'; 'Out Where the Buses Don't Run'; 'The Dutch Oven'; Buddies'; 'Junk Love'; 'Tale of the Goat'; 'Bushido'; 'Bought and Paid For'; 'Back in the World'; 'Phil the Shill'; 'Definitely Miami'; 'Yankee Dollar'; 'One Way Ticket'; 'Little Miss Dangerous'; 'Florence Italy'; 'French Twist'; 'The Fix'; 'Payback'; 'Free Verse'; 'Trust Fund Pirates'; 'Son and Lovers', 'When Irish Eyes Are Crying', 'Stone's War', 'Kill Shot', 'Walk-Alone', 'The Good Collar', 'Shadow in the Dark', 'El Viejo', 'Better Living Through Chemistry', 'Baby Blues', 'Streetwise', 'Forgive Us Our Debts', 'Down for the Count (Part 1)', 'Down for the Count (Part 2)', 'Cuba Libre', 'Savage', 'Theresa', 'The Afternoon Plane', 'Lend Me an Ear', 'Red Tape', 'By Hooker by Crook', 'Knock, Knock, Who's There?', 'Viking Bikers from Hell', 'Everybody's in Showbiz...', 'Heroes of the Revolution', ''Contempt of Court', 'Amen... Send Money', 'Death and the Lady', 'The Big Thaw', 'Child's Play', 'God's Work', 'Missing Hours', 'Like a Hurricane', 'Rising Sun of Death', 'Love at First Sight', 'A Rock and a Hard Place', 'The Cows of October', 'Vote of Confidence', 'Baseballs of Death', 'Indian Wars', 'Honor Among Thieves', 'Hell Hath No Fury...', 'Badge of Dishonor', 'Blood and Roses', 'A Bullet for Crockett', 'Deliver Us from Evil (1)', 'Mirror Image (2)', 'Hostile Takeover', 'Redemption In Blood', 'Heart Of Night', 'Bad Timing', 'Borrasca', 'Line Of Fire', 'Asian Cut' 'Hard Knocks', 'Fruit Of The Poison Tree', 'To Have and To Hold', 'Miami Squeeze', 'Jack Of All Trades', 'The Cell Within', 'The Lost Madonna', 'Over The Line', 'Victims Of Circumstance', 'Freefall', 'World Of Trouble', 'Miracle Man', 'Leap Of Faith' and 'Too Much,Too Late'.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By L. Cory on 5 Nov. 2009
Format: DVD
Before purchasing this box set, I had only seen a few episodes of Miami Vice on Satellite tv. I was worried that it might be a bit outdated. Well.. it's far from stale, and is full of quality from the actors to the stories. The lead stars( Don Johnson & Philip Michael Thomas ) are perfect in their roles - and make for a great crime fighting team. Each episode is like a mini-movie - with the production values, acting, and overall atmosphere being of a very high quality. I've been totally captivated by the show - and with over 100 episodes - there is a hell of a lot to enjoy.

The picture quality is fine( although the pilot is a bit dodgy ) Don't worry that the titles are rough looking - as the actual episodes look good. I don't see any reason to moan about any aspect of the package. If you're looking for a crime drama that has a cool vibe, lots of action, and a distinct flavour, you'll love Miami Vice. Also, if you have a thing for 80s style, you'll enjoy it even more.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Cavalier on 29 Mar. 2010
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If you were a fan of Miami Vice, then this ticks almost all the boxes. Every episode at your fingers... and the only thing missing is the extras (the making of...)which you had on the series box sets. Pity that! If these were included too, then this would truly be a 'complete' set. Still, good value though.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. M. A. Cherry on 20 Jan. 2013
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We love this box set. We bought this as a trip back to the eighties but watching the DVDs we have realised how brilliant this show was. I certainly appreciate how dramatic the stories are more now than i did back then. The music is great, the women's fashions totally outlandish but god the guys are cool. Having a blast revisiting this. Buy it, you won't be disappointed. It comes in a cool box and would make a great gift idea.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. C. A. Wilde on 7 July 2009
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Absolutely fabulous. Miami Vice does not date (apart from the enormous car phone!!) & could easily be shown as a current series on TV - even the fashion does not really look out of place as most of the characters are pretty eccentric anyway - the music & the way it is filmed is totally superb. No one else can come close to the wonderful performances of Don Johnson, Philip Michael Thomas & Edward James Olmos - not even Colin Farrell & Jamie Fox. If I had the money I would finance a new series - it is simply a winning formula & no other series has come close to matching it. Miami Vice will live forever!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Traveller on 3 Feb. 2012
Format: DVD
After watching the first series of this collection it made me realise how many of today's police shows lack quality and originality. The acting is very good and you can tell that the people involved are passionate about their roles. There's also some cool appearances from a few Hollywood actors who appeared during the early days of their career. I think in the 80's men had the rub of the fashion, the sharp suits and outfits in the series were amongst the best you will see for that era. Some of the scenes feel more like music videos such as those featuring Crockett driving his Ferrari though the midnight streets of Miami. The soundtack is simply awesome. Some of the episodes are like cut down versions of the movie. The shooting scenes are typical of shows in the 80's, they haven't aged well but there only a small part of the show and didn't affect my overall enjoyment. The episodes 'smugglers blues' and 'definitely miami' are the standout episodes for me. Looking back at the 80's, there were fewer television channels available than today, which probably goes some way to explaining the reason for the high production quality and attention to detail that Miami Vice received. Infact it's hard to see another police show quite like it for some time.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By CJ1980 on 1 Feb. 2012
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When you think back and remember the 1980s, you imagine the music, the fashions and the TV programmes we all loved. It would be impossible to ignore Miami Vice for these three things.

Miami Vice is the American TV series that was the brainchild of Michael Mann who has gone on to carve out an impressive film director career in which he now ranks high on the Hollywood raider for some of the excellent films he has put together in the last twenty years.

However in 1984, Mann put together a police series with a difference. Up until that point there had been a number of popular cop shows in the states including Starsky & Hutch, Cagney & Lacey, Hill Street Blues, T J Hooker and Chips to name but a few. Mr Mann's police series was to take cop drama to new heights by introducing a style and rhythm that would include featuring hit songs of the era and the latest catwalk fashions. Thus Miami Vice was born.

The stars of Vice have much to play in the success of the show. Don Johnson was up until that point a jobbing actor who had had a string of unsuccessful pilot shows under his belt. His role as the well tanned, cream suit wearing, chain smoking Sonny Crockett together with his prize Ferrari Daytona, his gold rolex and pet alligator Elvis made him one of the most recognisable people in the world at the time. Phillip Michael Thomas played equal measure as the cool, smooth, sassy, sharply dressed Riccado Tubbs. The two heros are supported by a small cast of decent actors who remain with the show from start to finish. Some recognition goes to Edward James Olmos who is outstanding as the humourless, no-nonsence Marty Castillo (boss to Crockett & Tubbs) complete with an undertaker's wardrobe and a face like a mexican bandit about to kill you - a man of very few words!
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