Hustle

Season 2 Episode 1

Gold Mine

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Mar 29, 2005 on BBC
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The gang are back and despite his better judgement, Mickey gives Danny a chance to run his own scam. However, the object of the scam has a habit of sending con men to jail so the risks for the gang are high. And it doesn't make them feel any better to discover that Danny plans to convince the man, a savvy property developer, that there's a goldmine in the heart of London.moreless

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    Ronald Pickup

    Ronald Pickup

    Harry Holmes

    Guest Star

    Charlie Creed-Miles

    Charlie Creed-Miles

    Howard Jennings

    Guest Star

    Gresby Nash

    Gresby Nash

    Nick

    Guest Star

    Rob Jarvis

    Rob Jarvis

    Eddie

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • When Jennings is going through Mickey's confidential file, and turns over the fake map, you can see that Ash has only aged one side of the map.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Danny: I've got this great idea.
        Mickey: Oh, no.
        Danny: No, bear with me...pigeons.
        Mickey: Pigeons?
        Danny: Pigeons, yeah. Pigeons. I've read all about them; they're worth a fortune. Can you paint a pigeon?
        Mickey: I'm not even listening.
        Danny: No, 'cause you know I'm right.
        Mickey: Shut up, Danny.

      • Danny: Hullo gorgeous girl! Yeah, I'm with a patient... Who?
        Danny looks at the piece of paper on the back of the phone, which reads 'Pilot'
        Danny: Well... wh-wh-wh... one of the passengers, that's right... yeah, that's turbulence.. in the air, sickness.. every nightmare....

      • Stacie: So that's where you disappeared to for...three hours?
        Danny: Well, there's something about trolley dollies. It must be the make up.
        Stacie: For three hours?
        Danny: Oh no. The last two I was flying the plane.

    • NOTES (7)

      • This episode aired in the US on the AMC network on February 18th, 2006 at 10PM EST/EDT.

      • After it's successful Season one premiere, Hustle was renewed, not just for one year, which is the norm, but two according to Robert Vaughn. "It was so successful that they renewed it for two years instead of one, which is very unusual."

      • Crew for this episode with a missing name or unavailable credit:
           " Adam Young (3rd Assistant Director)
           " Clare Jones (Assistant Co-ordinator)
           " Christine Hagon (Production Accountant)
           " Fran Salix-Alba (Assistant Accountant)
           " Lindsey Grant (Continuity)
           " Nick Wade (Location Manager)
           " Marc Vincent (Locations Assistant)
           " Simon Surtees (Clapper Loader)
           " Richard Potter (Best Boy)
           " James Bain (Sound Maintenance)
           " Ben Munro (Standby Art Director)
           " George Simons (Art Department Assistant)
           " Ben Barrington-Groves (Art Department Assistant)
           " Abi Groves (Production Buyer)
           " Hayley Guiheen (Assistant Buyer)
           " Ray Holt (Props Master)
           " Paul Michel (Props Storeman)
           " Malcolm Holt (Dressing Props)
           " Mike Booys (Standby Props)
           " Alan Shaw (Standby Props)
           " Laurie Griffiths (Standby Carpenter)
           " Reg Martin (Standby Rigger)
           " Jane Hamnett (Wardrobe Supervisor)
           " Pamela Stewart (Standby Costume)
           " The Senate Visual Effects (Visual Effects)
           " Berger & Wyse (Opening Titles)
           " Amanda Searle (Stills Photographer)
           " Kate Lawson (Picture Publicity)
           " Sarah Metcalfe (Assistant Editor)
           " Andrew Mitchell (On-line Editor)
           " Aidian Farrell (Colourist)
           " Darren Banks (FX Editor)
           " Simon Rogers (Title Music)
           " Beatguru (Original Music)

      • Crew Member Changes:
           " Chris Fry (1st Assistant Director)
           " Sasha Mann (2nd Assistant Director)
           " Adam Young (3rd Assistant Director)
           " Jill Greenwood (Production Co-ordinator)
           " Nick Wade (Location Manager)
           " Jethro Ensor (Unit Manager)
           " Marc Vincent (Locations Assistant)
           " Andrew Hamilton (Gaffer)
           " Richard Potter (Best Boy)
           " Paul Spriggs (Art Director)
           " Abi Groves (Production Buyer)
           " Hayley Guiheen (Assistant Buyer)
           " Paul Michel (Props Storeman)
           " Malcolm Holt (Dressing Props)
           " Alan Shaw (Standby Props)
           " Reg Martin (Standby Rigger)
           " Jane Hamnett (Wardrobe Supervisor)
           " Faye De Bremaeker (Make-Up Artist)
           " The Senate Visual Effects (Visual Effects)
           " Andrew Mitchell (On-line Editor)
           " Aidian Farrell (Colourist)
           " Dan Morgan (Dialog Editor)
           " Darren Banks (FX Editor)
           " Neil Collymore (Dubbing Mixer)
           " Aamina Ahmad (Script Editor)
           " Jake Polonsky (Director of Photography)
           " Pat Lees (Line Producer)

      • Changes From The First Season To The Second Season:
           " The position of 2nd Unit Director was removed.
           " Jill Greenwood was promoted from Assistant Co-ordinator to Production Co-ordinator.
           " Paul Michel was promoted from Dressing Props to Props Storeman

      • This episode, the first of the second season, recieved 6.1 Million viewers. This means that both the season 1 and season 2 premieres held approximately the same number of viewers, which is a testimony to the popularity of the show.

      • Adrian Lester on the differences between his character Mickey Bricks and Danny Blue:
        "Danny, who the team encountered in the first series and sort of took on board, is now a strong member of the group. And if you like, Danny and Mickey are opposites and we see that much more in the second series. We see that Danny has this brilliant gift of the gab for improvising in front of a Mark - at the moment - and making them think whatever he wants them to think. Whereas Mickey would have worked out all the probables of what may, or may not go wrong."

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