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* Hidden History Facts, Frank Stringfellow articles »

[28 Jul 2009 | One Comment | ]

The Federals rode on each side of the carriage, but occasionally they had to drop back because of the narrowness of the road. During these precious moments the scout began eating the incriminating letters he carried. He had a piece of cake which made the letters more “palatable.”

* MTC Updates & Inspiration »

[13 Jul 2009 | One Comment | ]

Saturday I saw the play “Moonlight & Magnolias,” the hilarious but true story of how David O. Selznick had the screenplay for “Gone with the Wind” rewritten in five pressure-filled days. Since I have been struggling for the last three years with the writing of a screenplay adaptation of “Marching Through Culpeper” for a miniseries, I felt this play had been written just for me. And by Divine Appointment, I saw it and laughed and laughed just as I was finally completing my script…hour seven….the end!
Adapting an epic story is never easy. …