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The Universal Studios Tour opened its new $7-million “Miami Vice Spectacular” stunt show Saturday. About 3,000 people packed bleachers around an artificial lagoon to watch 50 stunts in 15 minutes featuring six stunt men, boats, guns and a helicopter. The show, which runs up to 10 times a day, has actors portraying the “Miami Vice” detectives, Crockett and Tubbs, staging a drug bust on a smuggler’s Caribbean island hide-out. It replaces a previous stunt show based on television’s defunct “The A-Team.”


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