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This site is about the tv cop show Nash Bridges, starring Don Johnson, which aired on CBS with 122 episodes in 6 seasons. The series is currently syndicated in many television markets and is available on DVD.

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February 1997

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NASH Films Shoot-Out at SF Video Store (February 15, 1997)

The NB production was out in force February 5th at the Le Video store located at 1231 and 1239 9th Avenue in the Inner Sunset near Golden Gate Park. Le Video is a very chic store with many imports and out-of-print movies. Over 10,000 foreign titles are housed in the new store (1231) and the Cult and Independent titles are at the 1239 location.

Extensive scenes shot at Le Video for the "Rampage" episode are of an apparent hostage situation gone bad, with a character whipping out an Uzi submachine gun and letting loose. Don and Cheech are in the scenes, along with Guests for the "Rampage" episode:

  • Thomas Wilson Brown as James Ford
  • Boti Ann Bliss as Lorraine Robbins
  • Glenn Frey as Phil Robbins
  • Max Martini as Larry Fortina
  • Sherry Hu as Wanda Chen

Scott Brazil directs "Rampage" with a tentative airdate of February 21. Watch for it. Thanks to Peter Rozsa for this NashBIT.
 

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...Don Johnson salutes Herb Caen (February 7, 1997)

In its Friday "Open Forum: Memories of Herb Caen", the San Francisco Chronicle quoted Don Johnson's tribute to Herb Caen, the famous Pulitzer prize winning chronicler of "Baghdad-by-the-Bay" (alias San Francisco):

The year was 1968. I was an 18-year-old graduate from the University of Kansas with a major in drama and a one-way ticket to San Francisco. I lived on espresso and hope. There was a show at the Mariner Memorial Theatre called "Your Own Thing." It was my first paid professional job as an actor. The play was not doing well... to say the least. In fact we were about to close. Then Herb Caen walked in. That night he sat at his beloved Royal typewriter and wrote glowingly of us. The show was sold out for the next seven months.

-- Don Johnson

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