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"Day of the Gun" shoots it's way into Chesapeake Arts Center

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Howdy readers. Last Sunday, March 2nd, the locally shot Western Day of the Gun premiered at the Chesapeake Arts Center in Brooklyn, MD.

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Directed by Wayne Shipley, and starring LonDon Hart Hall and Jim Osborn as ranchers Maggie Carter and Cyrus McCall, the film centers around the conflict that arises when McCall, a prominent Montana rancher, erects a barbed wire fence between their properties. Hollywood actor Eric Roberts has a turn as villain Abraham Tanner.

Watch the trailer here:

and the six-minute teaser trailer here:

Find out more about the schedule of showings here:

Enjoy the accompanying slideshow on the side of this article too! And do something for your career every day and break a leg!


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