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VINTAGE 1984 MIAMI VICE ACTOR LOCATION CALL SHEET!

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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!

 

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More photos of different pages to follow after members post on this thread!

 

 

Another MiamiViceOnline.Com Exclusive! 

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Vicefan7777

Another fine example of all the hard work the actors and crew had to endure to bring this show to us fans. 

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COOPER&BURNETT

Lots of work did indeed go into each episode of MIAMI VICE! I just find this piece so interesting! Not many would be around today for us to examine. 

 

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COOPER&BURNETT

Very Cool!

 

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bluepearl

O M G !!!!

How damn close let me feel that?

See me deeply touched Coop.

It is a real instruction to the then NEWBIES - wooooot.

Perfect item to catch me. Thank you so much !!!!

Woah, I have not imagined how 'exactly' that all was planned. Great !!

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James

Wow... Another amazing find Coop! 

How the heck do you find these?

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Crockettt

Great item Coop! Do you recognise this lady?

 

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Matt5

Great item!!

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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!

 

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More photos of different pages to follow after members post on this thread!

 

 

Another MiamiViceOnline.Com Exclusive! 

 

 

A fantastic item are the locations also on there !! :D

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COOPER&BURNETT

Crockettt, I do not recognize the lady in the photo. Who is it?

 

Matt5 there are a few locations on this, but not very many. Here are a couple of them.

 

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Tony D.

Man, I learned a lot from this COOP!

 

I didn't realize they had to go for makeup at certain times before a scene and they needed directions to get to the different locations. I thought they just showed up at the studio & they were all taken to the scene.

 

I also learned there is an Arthur Godfrey Road !   Always liked Godfrey.......especially when he played the ukulele!  ;)  :radio:  

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COOPER&BURNETT

There certainly are things for us to learn from this item. The crew would have to travel there themselves, but the actors most likely had a driver.  There are things hidden within these pages that are interesting!

 

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Crockettt

Coop, the lady in the photo is Barbara Carrow from One Eyed Jack :)

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COOPER&BURNETT

Saaaay What???  Barbara Carrow? Really?  Wow....she sure isn't the "belle of the ball" anymore!  Man.....do I feel old.

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Jerry B.

I am old... LOL

 

As far as the item, well, it's clear we have a different timezone here. It's 1984 and we're into the production of the greatest TV show ever. I think nothing can make you feel closer to the real thing.

 

I'm aware that this is the only place and the only chance we have to see stuff like that. Thanks, Coop.

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Crockettt

Saaaay What???  Barbara Carrow? Really?  Wow....she sure isn't the "belle of the ball" anymore!  Man.....do I feel old.

 

Yes, she's Janet Constable and unfortunately aged terribly. She was very pretty as Barbara Carrow and receptionist at the Caprice Escort Service in By Hooker By Crook.

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COOPER&BURNETT

Thanks Jerry once again for such a cool post! Thankfully, I have more cool items to share, and post. I'm glad you like this interesting production item!

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Susanna Girl

This is really interesting!  Thanks for posting C&B!    :cool:

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COOPER&BURNETT

Two new photos.

 

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pahonu

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!

 

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More photos of different pages to follow after members post on this thread!

 

 

Another MiamiViceOnline.Com Exclusive! 

 

 

Fun to see Coop!  You keep giving me flashbacks to the early 90's.  I got dozens of these when I worked on Baywatch.  They would give you one at the end of shooting for the next day.  Can you believe I tossed them all!  There are a couple of terms near the bottom left I haven't heard in years.  A honey wagon is a big trailer that had changing rooms and bathrooms.  It was pulled by a semi tractor.  The other wagons would have rooms with chairs and bunks.  The best part is they were all air conditioned.  That would have been even more important in Miami with its humidity.  All the drivers would would be first on location with the trailers.  The stars would stay in the motor homes, and guests actors would use the wagons.  The two vans were probably to move people between the trailers and the set-up, because the trailers were often some distance away in a parking lot nearby.  In the upper right it says Craft Service.  They provided snacks and drinks nearby the set-up, because the catering van was only responsible for meals.  Brings back a lot of memories.  THANKS!

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COOPER&BURNETT

ABSOLUTELY LOVE the additional information! How cool is that!? I knew about the honeywagon pahonu (Talbott & Diehl were in them quite a lot, and they said they are soooo small. Compare it to Don and Phil's motorhomes, they are like a closet). 

 

Any and all information that you wish to provide will be extremely helpful, as members, I'm sure, would like this "translated". Too bad you threw away your Baywatch call sheets. They may have had some value. I'm guessing most of these MIAMI VICE call sheets were discarded too, thus the rarity of this makes it a joy to have, show, and preserve (it's in a clear, acid free resealable envelope). 

 

I have additional information on this paper which I would like to share.

 

C GLIDE may be interested in this paper due to it's locations.

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COOPER&BURNETT

Michael Talbott owned this item! This was his copy for the episode, "One Eyed Jack".

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Jerry B.

What an impressive amount of informations! Thanks guys.

 

Coop, you're are the keeper of it all, I could say the vestal of Miami Vice LOL!

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COOPER&BURNETT

LOOK AT THIS!!  Brand New VERY interesting Information is found below....

 

First, thanks Jerry B! I have found I can always count on you for such fun comments, I actually look forward to them when I post something. Can't wait to read your commets!

 

Yep, this belonged to MICHAEL TALBOTT. He owned it for many, many years. He saved so much MIAMI VICE history that would have been lost. Now, between him and I, things will be saved and preserved, and not lost, or forgotten over time. It's so important for a show like this to have all that can be collected and saved for future generations to learn, and enjoy.

 

Here's some new, further information. 

 

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Here's what everyone missed. Upon reading the above, there is a note that reads (I'll add comments to help you understand what it all means);

 

PLEASE NOTE: Show 59502 (show 59502 is the number of the episode given by Universal Television to the episode, COOL RUNNIN')  - ADDED SHOTS -

 

1) CU (which means Close Up)  of TUBBS SC. (Scene) 6B (6B pertains to the scene in the script) W /A (with a) PHOTO DBL. (photo double) FOR LARRY REILLY (The actor who played rookie Cop Bobby Price in COOL RUNNIN' who was murdered by Desmond Maxwell and the other Jamaicans)

 

(Cool Runnin' was Directed by the same Director, Lee Katzin. It's shooting dates were July 26th - Aug 6th 1984.  There were two shots that needed to be added to this episode upon review in editing to make the scene work correctly. So, somewhere in Cool Runnin', they inserted a shot of a body double of actor Larry Reilly in whichever scene 6B refers to in the script. When the pick up shot for this scene was shot in August of 1984, it had been weeks since the Cool Runnin' scene was shot, and was done, so they didn't have the guest actor available for that scene, so instead of flying him in from L.A. or New York, they just used another actor dressed like him for a quick shot that was needed to complete the scene!)

 

2) LOBSTER FALLING INTO THE WATER

(This also was a pick up shot needed to complete a scene from COOL RUNNIN'. When Tubbs accidentally drops the Lobster overboard, the actual shot of the Lobster falling into the Ocean was filmed weeks later during the shooting of ONE EYED JACK with a second unit crew (didn't need the Director for that shot, as it's just a Lobster falling into the Ocean). NOW, when you watch that scene of the Lobster falling into the Ocean in COOL RUNNIN', you now know that it was shot weeks later during the production of a different episode!!  Hope the Lobster liked the local waters!)

 

On a final note, the actor, LARRY REILLY, who played the rookie cop Bobby Price, who was murdered by Desmond Maxwell by a machine pistol in COOL RUNNIN', dIed of AIDS on June 6th 1992, contracted by a woman. Larry was not Gay, but was quite the ladies man, and was very promiscuous before he married, according to his wife. 

 

Saddly, just like Bobby the character he played, Larry did in fact die a tragic death

 

Larry died 14 days short of his 39th Birthday.  

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