I don’t generally consider this to be a Florida movie but there are a few scene at
the end of this movie where Florida locations play a significant role. I am only
going to cover the Florida filmed scenes here.
We start approximately 1 hour 28 minutes and 58 seconds into the movie. We see a
helicopter landing with Harry and Helen Tasker. They are being taken to a tropical
location. Part way thru the scene Helen passes a sign on the building that reads:
Underground cable before digging please call Fla. Keys Electrical Co-op. Thanks to
Harold Loeser who found this location, we now know that this was filmed at 16820
Old State Road 4A on Sugarloaf Key. I have been looking into the background/history
of this property but have come up with very little. If you have any information
on the business that was here please let me know at email@example.com
Filming goof: Besides the many incredulous things that occur in the movie like the
Uzi that magically fires itself in this scene, we have a lighting truck that is fully
exposed when the helicopter flies into the scene at the end.
Next we see the trucks that are carrying the warheads traveling on the Overseas Highway.
We see them northbound (really east at this point) from Spanish Harbor Keys to Bahia
It cuts back to the waterside warehouse where the good guys pick up Harry. Then
we cut to the pursuit. We see them over the Seven Mile Bridge section of the Overseas
Highway. This is the same location that we see used in License To Kill.
Then we see a television display of the terrorist on top of a building. This was
filmed in Miami at the Colonial Bank Center, 1200 Brickell Avenue.
Little Money Key
Little Duck Key
Now southbound from Knight Key headed toward Pigeon Key.
As seen in License To Kill
Flying toward Pigeon Key, northbound.
Southbound from Pigeon Key
Then we see the Harrier jets land at the north end of 7 mile bridge. On Knights
Key. The same landing spot used for the Coast Guard helicopter in License to Kill.
1001 Brickell Bay Drive seen in the background. This building is used several times
in Miami Vice.
Harry arrives on scene via Harrier and we get a nice shot of Miami from the south.
We also see the Brickell Key Bridge that played a major role in the Miami Vice episode,
1221 Brickell Ave., the Greenberg Traurig Building is seen as the back drop. We
have seen this building in Miami Vice (2006) and in Burn Notice, episode 8, Wanted
Former Mutual Of Omaha Building.
Looking north to downtown.
Landing on Brickell Avenue, southbound lane at SE 13th Street.