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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    For fun can you send me a narrator candidate dialog test?
    Now that would be fun to hear. Make sure you post your test on here.

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    Any chance you can do a viewing at Blackham? I know right... but just curious.
    That's a really cool idea actually

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    Hamming it up in the new iBlax theatre.


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    The original "big finale" was a premiere in blackham, then we spent numerous days shooting there. Its not out of the question but it presents a few obstacles, I agree though if possible its a no brainer


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    I grew up in Baton Rouge. My father is unusual in that he played 2 years of baseball at L.S.U., did a stint in the Army, and aquired his degree at S.L.I.(U.L.) while playing baseball for the University. Growing up in B.R. as a young boy I was a diehard LSU fan. My dads job took us to Lafayette in 1964. I was still a diehard LSU fan....until my father took me to my first USL game in 1966. Over the next few years...Elvin Ivory, Jack Fleming, Larry Cobb, Jerry Flake....and then Marvin Winkler. Man was I hooked. I attended USL beginning in fall of 1971 and was a walk on with the football program. Bo Lamar and Freddie Saunders became friends of mine. This program was the reason I became a diehard Ragin Cajun and I am "jogging in place" waiting for this film...


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    I grew up in Baton Rouge. My father is unusual in that he played 2 years of baseball at L.S.U., did a stint in the Army, and aquired his degree at S.L.I.(U.L.) while playing baseball for the University. Growing up in B.R. as a young boy I was a diehard LSU fan. My dads job took us to Lafayette in 1964. I was still a diehard LSU fan....until my father took me to my first USL game in 1966. Over the next few years...Elvin Ivory, Jack Fleming, Larry Cobb, Jerry Flake....and then Marvin Winkler. Man was I hooked. I attended USL beginning in fall of 1971 and was a walk on with the football program. Bo Lamar and Freddie Saunders became friends of mine. This program was the reason I became a diehard Ragin Cajun and I am "jogging in place" waiting for this film...

    My story is much the same. My Dad started taking me to Blackham and McNaspy in 1965. I didn't miss a home game for years. Coach Shipley and his teams were bigger than life to me. I knew every player and had their stats memorized. My Dad would send me down through that green sawdust at halftime to get him one of those "memographed" stat sheets that were handed out to the press every game. I'm itching just like you are to see this film!!

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