06 Apr 2017
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Tags: film star, Gary Sinise, movie actor, television, TV actor, TV star
SHARE WITH OUR MILITARY VETERANS EVERYWHERE!
Actor and film star Gary Sinise is one of our favorite people here at the 59 VETERANS PROJECT. And for good reason. Today, there is perhaps no one–celebrity or otherwise–who supports and helps veterans like Gary does. Recently he was recognized and awarded a prestigious medal for this, and it is our pleasure to share news of this event with all our friends and veterans throughout the country (http://tinyurl.com/k9rhycp).
Hand salute to Gary Sinise!
And to learn more about our project to support and help veterans while traversing the beautiful terrain of our magnificent 59 national parks, please visit our popular page on Facebook, and click on the Contact Us bottom there to visit our main website online… that will guide all of us to ascend this summit together!
10 Dec 2016
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Tags: agent representation, California, hollywood, new york talent agent, Queen Ofir, queen ofir fan club, The Next Stage theater, The Vampire Masquerade, youtube channel
TELL EVERYONE: COME TO TONIGHT’S FINAL PERFORMANCE!
Queen Ofir has the astounding news to share that she has just obtained a signatory New York talent agent who represents numerous celebrity stars to now represent her as a singer, songwriter, performer and actress! All of us here at the fan club congratulate her and hope you may catch the last performance of her in The Vampire Masquerade tonight.
The Vampire Masquerade is completing its successful run at The Next Stage theater in Hollywood, CA, starring Queen Ofir and a host of other talented actors waiting to scare you and make you laugh and have tremendous fun.
Come catch Queen Ofir in her final performance tonight at 8:00 p.m. You don’t want to miss this exciting and entertaining show. It will be an experience you will never forget!
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03 Nov 2016
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Tags: 1980's, Ben Franklin, diligence if the mother of good luck, fans, film audience, film director, film making, film producers, film producing, film production, filmmaking, investors, MarieAnna Dvorak, Motion Picture Money Formula, New York films, publicity, Rise of Dawn, ROI, true story
MOTION PICTURE MONEY FORMULA
No matter what is said about a film investment guarantee, there isn’t such a thing as a guarantee before film audiences say so. No bankable name, distribution pre-sale or even the most remarkable story can guarantee success before a film hits the box office and costly P&A expenses are paid. These elements help, but they don’t guarantee investment return.
Such insecurity is greatly eliminated when a film is based on a bestseller book which already has pre-existing fans and publicity. Especially, when millions of readers are calling for clarification of the story.
One such book was based on the real life of someone who is still alive, however, muddled by fiction. The line between fiction and nonfiction is disturbing, leaving readers confused and curious about what is real and what is fiction. Thus, these questions can only be answered by the actual character; and she is ready now to undertake to answer all the questions in her motion picture. What was the book based on, and what was the true life of the character, will certainly astonish the readers.
Nearly 10,000 reviews have been written and countless comments made on this novel that topped the bestseller list in the 1980s. It certainly deserves the high rating for its popularity hasn’t changed, except that what was reality at the time of its release is today an essential part of our history.
During the intervening years the book has been read in 18 languages. There is no saying how many millions of people read the book. According to my estimate, if only half of them buy a theater ticket, the domestic and international box office will generate $120 million in gross.
Production of the motion picture needs an executive producer. It will be held in a Major European Studio and partially in New York.
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09 Oct 2016
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Tags: canada, toronto
PLEASE SHARE WITH FRIENDS!
Queen Ofir got to spend time with friends and celebrities at a recent premiere event hosted by Q107 in Toronto, Canada. It was a rockin’ event and here are a slew of fun photos The Queen is overjoyed to share with you!
18 Sep 2016
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Tags: Hollywood, California, Pink Floyd music, The Dark Side of the Moon, The Next Stage theater
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The Dark Side of the Moon has enjoyed a fabulously successful run, and tomorrow night is its last performance at The Next Stage theater in Hollywood, California.
The Dark Side of the Moon is a live dramatic musical event showcasing the famous, incredible sounds of Pink Floyd’s legendary music and featuring Queen Ofir and a cast of beautiful, talented artists. You don’t want to miss this final, special performance. It’s going to be a blast!
The show begins tomorrow night, Sunday, September 18, at 8:00 p.m. But come at 7:30 p.m. to get your tickets at the door. Mention Queen Ofir sent you and get your tickets for only $20 per.
Don’t miss this amazing show and special last performance!
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29 Jun 2016
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Tags: amazon films, film trailer, prey for mercy
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Queen Ofir has a role in the new film Preying for Mercy that’s just been released to video on amazon.com. Go visit the moving page and the film’s trailer and catch her performance there. It’s groovy and professionally astute!
17 May 2016
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Tags: Guadalcanal Campaign, Joseph, Francis, Albert, Madison and George Sullivan, Naval Battle of Guadalcanal, Pope Pius XII, President Franklin Roosevelt, saving private ryan, the fighting sullivan brothers, the sullivan brothers, uss juneau, world war two, WWII
SHARE THIS AMAZING STORY!
World War II undoubtedly has more amazing stories to tell than any other war or time in history. One such amazing (and tragic) story is what inspired the making of what many consider the greatest war movie of all time: Saving Private Ryan.
On January 3, 1942, with the stipulation that they serve together, five brothers–the children of Thomas (1883–1965) and Alleta Sullivan (1895–1972) of Waterloo, Iowa–joined the US Navy. They were Joseph, Francis, Albert, Madison and George Sullivan, who later became known as “The Sullivans” and “The Fighting Sullivan Brothers.” After basic training and ready to serve in the war effort, all five were assigned to the light cruiser USS Juneau.
The Juneau participated in a number of naval engagements during the months-long Guadalcanal Campaign beginning in August 1942, and early in the morning of November 13, 1942, during the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal, it was struck by a Japanese torpedo and forced to withdraw. Later that day, it was struck again by a torpedo from Japanese submarine I-26. The torpedo likely hit the thinly armored cruiser at or near the ammunition magazines and the ship exploded and quickly sank.
Needless to say, all five Sullivan brothers were killed in action with the sinking of the USS Juneau. This unprecedented tragedy caused Congress to pass a law that military siblings not serve together on the same ship or combat command. And this unprecedented tragedy years later inspired film director Steven Spielberg to make the incredibly poignant WWII film Saving Private.
There is so much more to this amazing but tragic story than what we have told here. The brothers left a sister, Genevieve (1917–1975). Albert was survived by a wife and son. The Fighting Sullivan Brothers were national heroes. President Franklin Roosevelt sent a letter of condolence to their parents. Pope Pius XII sent a silver religious medal and rosary with his message of regret. The Iowa Senate and House adopted a formal resolution of tribute to the Sullivan brothers.
Thomas and Alleta Sullivan made speaking appearances at war plants and shipyards on behalf of the war effort. Later, Alleta participated in the launching of a destroyer: USS The Sullivans, named after her sons. Today and every Memorial Day, Veterans Day and July 4th we should remember the Sullivan Brothers and all our military veterans and active military who serve our great country as well as those who gave “the last full measure of devotion.” And this we are honored to do here at the 59 VETERANS PROJECT every day!
To read more about this amazing story, go here: http://goo.gl/7xVnN5
. And to learn about our project to help our military veterans, please visit our Headquarters Company here: http://www.59veterans.com
. We hope you join us and we may ascend this lofty summit together!