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Saturday, August 23, 2014
Regulators Around The Campfire
August 23, 2014
Finally got some of my old Hi8 films transferred to DVDs and inventoried them today. Found a series of reference sequences shot out a Pioneer Living History Museum in the early nineties. This was for a campfire scene of the Regulators:
The Regulators around the campfire
Yes, that's Doc Ingalls in the big, wide sombrero at left, center. The card sharp Lafitte, lower left and the late Handy, upper right, and in the blue shirt, lower right is Flint Carney. Great group of guys, all working for free, although I gifted them each a book when it came out.
Still wrestling with these fine effects twenty-some years later.
“If you find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn’t lead anywhere.”'
—Frank A. Clark