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  1. This Gem of an item is another "Never seen one of these before" items. It is a Vintage 1984 actor's call sheet for MIAMI VICE. All the actors and crew got one of these, as they needed to know where they were going to be for a shot, and at what time. It lists all sorts of information, like what props were to be used, what vehicles and when they were to be ready, when the cameramen were to be there, directions on how to get there....heck, it even tells you when lunchtime was ready! This item is three pages, and there are hand drawn maps on the back of the pages to show directions of how to get to a location. This sure gives you a glimpse into the production schedule of MIAMI VICE, and what it took to bring it to screen! Such an interesting piece of MIAMI VICE History! More photos of different pages to follow after members post on this thread! Another MiamiViceOnline.Com Exclusive!