Talk:Jesse Stone: Night Passage
Television vs. Movies
Is this a TV show or a made-for-television movie, because if it's the latter it should be classified as a movie?
It's a movie.humanzie3
The rules for imfdb states that if it's a stand alone television movie it is to be put in the movie category. Television series and mini-series fall into the television category.--Jcordell 14:46, 29 April 2010 (UTC)
Tom Selleck actually uses a Smith and Wesson Gunsite 1911. You can see the raven on the slide and on the grips. By the way, whoever did this page is awesome. Jessie Stone is a badass. humanzie3
I did it. Thanks. I'll be doing the other Jesse Stone movies in the near future. And I'll change the pistol. --Jcordell 23:30, 21 April 2010 (UTC)
I think that the 1911 he uses in this is Tom Selleck's own 1911 because he uses a very similar one in Las Vegas as well. --cool-breeze 20:43, 3 November 2011 (CDT)
1. These pages have way to many spoilers, any chance on making the descriptions a bit more vague?
2. I just got hold of the collection, I've got the feeling I should watch Night Passage before Stone Cold, but is there any reason why I shouldn't?
Nope. Actually Night Passage is actually Part One. Then watch Stone Cold.--Jcordell 22:28, 22 April 2010 (UTC)
I think that this might be incorrect, I saw in an interview that they did Stone Cold first because that was the first book that Tom Selleck read in the series. I don't know if the reason for doing Stone Cold first in the description has been quoted elsewhere, but that's the version I saw in the interview.