Vegas

Season 3 Episode 23

Judgement Pronounced

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Jun 10, 1981 on ABC
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Judgement Pronounced
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After a criminal who was brought to trial goes free, he is killed by someone dressed to look like Dan and driving a T-Bird like his.

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  • There was a guy named William Garbacz that worked on the show handling many of the graphics and special props. He still lives in Vegas. His web site is http://visualidentity.tripod.com/

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    There was a guy named William Garbacz that worked on the show handling many of the graphics and special props. He still lives in Vegas. His web site is http://visualidentity.tripod.com/

    But he doesn't have any of his artwork from the show VEGA$ on this site.

    Just thought someone might want to know.



    There was a guy named William Garbacz that worked on the show handling many of the graphics and special props. He still lives in Vegas. His web site is http://visualidentity.tripod.com/

    But he doesn't have any of his artwork from the show VEGA$ on this site.

    Just thought someone might want to know.moreless
Alan Feinstein

Alan Feinstein

Warner Ramsey

Guest Star

Tom Urich

Tom Urich

T. Earl Townsend

Guest Star

David Healy

David Healy

Roger Pulaski

Guest Star

Byron Morrow

Byron Morrow

Charles Trask

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    • from William Garbacz on the set:
      The guy playing the evil Dan Tanna was supposed to take one of the balloons and draw a face on it. Well he couldn't draw, so I was brought in and the camera would do a close-up on my hand as I drew. But as I began drawing, the director yelled cut and had me put the pen in my left hand. He said the evil Dan was left handed, and they already shot that scene. But I'm right handed, I protested. You're an artist, he said, use your left hand. I tried 3 times and failed. Finally I used my right hand to draw all the detail of the face on the balloon, and then the camera shot me adding just the hair with my left hand.

    • from William Garbacz on the set:
      While I was inflating the yellow balloons, I inhaled some of the helium and spoke to Robert in the funny voice. Next thing I knew everyone on the set was inhaling helium and doing their lines. Finally the director pointed his finger at me and said, "OK, that's enough, we just used up about $8000 of production time."

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