Patricia's Correspondence

I received my second message from Patricia on 7th January 2011.

Subject: Re: Hello

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I still have one copy left of the Frontline: Siege of Bethlehem video. It is in poor condition and needs to be spliced back together again. I originally bought 2 copies from PBS and Frontline but they broke soon after I got them. I had one copied at Walmart but they didn't do a very good job. It is poor quality video and they could have done a better job. I won't be ordering any more because I can find it at the library or online or it may be repeated on PBS.

And about our family vacation in the late 1960's to Disneyland and Las Vegas. I have a photograph that's starting to fade my Dad took at a studio back lot. They had just got done filming a western scene and a character actor I think must have been Bing Russell or someone named Roy and I had our picture taken together. He sort of grabbed me by my shirt collar and stuck a fake prop gun in my face like I was a wanted outlaw being arrested. I or my Dad may have recognized him as a character actor who played the sheriff on the TV series Bonanza. I did it in one take without much hassle and it was a very good photo-op from what I understand. That was quite an accomplishment for an unknown tourist family who just happened to stumble upon a western movie being filmed starring Kurt and Bing Russell. I have to thank my Dad for being alert and aware to have catched all that. It was good timing on his part also but that was a long time ago and in the late 1960's I as recall. Those were happier memories and better times.