March 30, 2007
Quiet in the office. Robert Ray and I are grinding it out on CGIII. Lots of little gaps to fill. He did a very nice job of fleshing out the Custer fight. We have so much great imagery to fall back on and Robert took full advantage of it.
A couple days ago Jim Clark ("The Trainman") dropped by the office and regaled me with his latest train adventures. He's got big plans in New Mexico. Imo Gene Hughes is the owner of the Bonanza Creek Ranch south of Santa Fe and she has jumped into the movie game in a big way. Recent films such as 3:10 to Yuma, Hogs, Commanche Moon and The Farmer Astronaut have all filmed on her ranch. She wants Jim to lay some permanent track and set up shop there with his trains. Jim is very excited about this.
One thing you can definitely say about Jim is that he knows how to have fun. He recently hired a Sean Connery lookalike to come down to Tombstone and cause some mischief. Dennis Keogh is the chap's name and just check out the cleavage, I mean attractive women who glommed onto him.
Jim picked up the tab for the entire weekend, and "The Best Bond Ever" was mobbed all over town. According to Jim, bikers even knocked on his motel room door at 3 in the morning, waking him up so they could pose for photos with him. Mr. Connery oblidged them all.
Dennis parks cars in Phoenix.
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