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Wow, it’s rare to see an opening title sequence that tells you absolutely nothing. I don’t even have a clue when this aired except that, since it had Josh Brolin, it must have been after The Goonies. Was this a Crimetime after primetime title from the early 90s?
Loved that show, and loved the music for that show. Composed by Joe Jackson.
It was Michael Mann’s big-budget follow-up to MIAMI VICE on NBC. It was a big bomb. But I loved Joe Jackson’s score.
I remember those titles but not the show. I do remember Brolin was the tough guy greaser who helped out the PI.
Hi Lee, Everyone-
Not Michael Mann’s big budget follow-up to MIAMI VICE. It was Tony Yerkovitch’s on Friday nights at nine. No network support. Josh was great, the writing was too, and there were a lot of wonderful supporting actors who came through.
Joe Jackson score was perfect opener. The music was always good including a double episode built around Chris Isaak’s album “Chris Isaak”. Orchestra for all episodes was directed/conducted by the late, great Shorty Rogers.
Warm Regards from me,
Thanks for the correction!