Strike The Tent...
08 March 2011
  A Small Task for Readers...

I am reposting this blog entry form November 30, 2010 to try to get the numbers up for Civil War movies and for my friend, Patrick Gorman. Follow the directions in the post, and let's get the numbers way up there!!

Here’s a proposition for readers of "Strike The Tent." I am asking all the "GETTYSBURG" and "GODS & GENERALS" fans to go on-line to IMDB and click on those films, AND my friend Patrick Gorman in the cast. Although THE LAST FULL MEASURE is unlikely to come to the screen, we still want more Civil War films, right?

They have made BAND OF BROTHERS and THE PACIFIC, now we want a 10-part series on HBO about the Civil War!!! TO APPOMATTOX... is coming but…

If you hit/click on his name on IMDB you also boost his rating as an actor - he deserves it - BUT it serves us all because we all want more Civil War based stories on film.

Go on-line and log on to the Internet Movie DataBase.
At the top in SEARCH, type in his name, Patrick Gorman">then hit GO.
The Patrick Gorman listing will pop up.
Under his pictures is a choice of clicking on his name or "GETTYSBURG."
Click on "GETTYSBURG."
The film site comes up.
Scroll down "cast".
Find Patrick Gorman and click.
His site pops up again.
The same works for "GODS & GENERALS."
Or, you can do it the lazy way and just click on his name anywhere in this posting....
Do this as often as you want. The ratings change weekly so it’s on-going.
If you want to see Patrick in another role, make time either at 3:30pm on Wednesday, March 9, or Saturday, March 12 at 11:00am and watch "Wild Bill" on AMC. Patrick plays the role of the Doctor....
Received this from Patrick this afternoon:

Thanks for that Andy. My role in WILD BILL was originally a lot bigger. It was filmed to be the opening of the film - a huge close up of an eye, then pulling back and showing Wild Bill's eye exam by this old eye doctor (me, of course) who is a fan. The scene had lots of exposition in it and was shot to be really sureal with camera moves circling us playing the scene. HOWEVER, Walter Hill called me the day before the premiere and apologized that the scene had been moved to the middle of the film and much of the exposition I introduced was now introduced earlier in the film in other ways, so... You can barely recognize me 'cause I have one of those big eye things over one eye and many of my lines are voice-over. So ya gotta know me to even pick up its' me. It was a big disappointment, of course because it was originally a good three page scene all alone with Jeff and we had a days rehearsal besides a days shoot. He was great to work with as was Walter Hill. That's showbiz.

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