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  • Andy
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    Welcome aboard Mr.De Longis.

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  • Twd
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    Thanks for sharing , you really look the part as a cowboy . And it's always fun to play the bad guy

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  • Mechanizor
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    Oh wow, it's great to see Mr. De Longis joining our little escape!

    I'm not into Westerns anymore, but I'd like to give this one a shot.

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  • Y2Greg
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    Cool! Thanks for posting!!!

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  • Jyrki
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    Welcome to boards, Anthony. Good westerns are so rare these days...so this is going on the must watch list. Thank you for informing us about it.

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  • Battle Ram Man
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    That looks amazing - I'm definitely interested seeing more

    Also, it's awesome that you're posting here!

    :kinggrayskull::fakerrocks::hemanrocks:

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  • Captain Atkin
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    That looks like a great western! Great cast in that film. I hope it does get made into a feature.

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  • Anthony De Longis
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    The Weight of Blood and Bones

    Howdy He-Fans!

    My wife Mary and I attended the 11th Hollywood Short Film festival last Thursday at the Chinese Theater for the screening of THE WEIGHT OF BLOOD AND BONES. I play the bad guy Jeff Ake from the story based on Zane Gray's classic western tale, The Last Duane. The short film stars Jason Patrick, Rose McGowan, Danny Trejo and Mark Boone Junior. Director Chris Ekstein and producers Stacy Ekstein and Kevin Ragsdale assembled a great team, including award winning Director of Photography Nancy Schreiber for an iconic western look. I got to play a terrific role that included lots of horse and whip action too. There's talk by director Chris Ekstein of finishing the short film as a full-length feature. Works for me.




    Here's two pictures from the set at Melody Ranch where they've been filming westerns since the 1930's. Hallowed ground in my book.





    Here's two pictures from the Red Carpet ceremony at the Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.

    Last edited by Anthony De Longis; 08-15-2015, 10:12 PM.

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