Sweating Bullets

Broadcast Run: 
1991 to 1994
Broadcast Medium: 
Television

This first ever Canada-Mexico co-production starred Canadian performers Rob Stewart as Nick Slaughter, a former Mountie and DEA agent who was now a low-rent detective, and Carolyn Dunn, his business partner named Sylvie Girard. Set in fictional Key Mariah, the action/comedy series also starred John David Bland as Slaughter's sidekick Ian Stewart, a former rock star and local beach bar operator, who contributed to the chaos each week. Local police chief Lt. Carrillo (played by Pedro Armendariz) tries to keep them all in line. The series was filmed on location in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Broadcast: 1991 - 1994
Time slot: Saturday 9:00 pm, then Tuesday 10:00 pm
Running time: 60 minutes

Production Company: Accent Entertainment Corporation (Toronto) and Flores-Roffiel-Senyal y Asociados (Mexico City), in association with the Global Television Network, Kushner-Locke and CBS
Executive Producers: Andras Hamori and Susan Cavan
Producers: Othon Roffiel and Angel Flores Marini
Executive Story Editor/Producer: Peter Mohan
Association Producer: Lacia Kornylo
Directors: various

Written by Joanne Ingrassia - May, 2002

 

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