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Sat, 7 Sep 2013 06:26:02 -0700
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Dave Davis wrote:

>Has that ever been a movie setting?
>Whether MT related or not?)  Should be!

In partial answer to that question, from my Forum posting of 20 January 2012, with the subject “Karen Lystra's _Dangerous Intimacy_ on DVD”:

>...Another startling moment, for this viewer,
>was to see, particularly in the "Christmas 1909"
>chapter of the documentary but hinted elsewhere,
>what one infers was footage captured specifically
>for this documentary, in and around the modern
>Stormfield. Whether any filming for the DVD was
>done there is not overtly stated. For those of
>us (apart from Kevin Mac Donnell) unlikely ever
>to have the opportunity to see it for ourselves--
>today a private home, rebuilt after a devastating
>1923 fire--these glimpses provide a poignant thrill.

Needless to say, another viewing of this disk is in order, for comparison purposes!

M. L. Christmas

On Fri, 9/6/13, Dave Davis <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

 Subject: Re: Stormfield
 To: [log in to unmask]
 Date: Friday, September 6, 2013, 3:18 PM
 Has that ever been a movie setting?
 (Whether MT related or not?)  Should be!
 On Fri, Sep 6, 2013 at 1:57 PM, Peter Salwen <[log in to unmask]>
 > Here's a neat Mark Twain souvenir, for anyone who's
 > the clone (more or less) of Twain's last
 > home<
 > >in
 > Redding, Connecticut.
 > The photos are really worth a look.
 > -- Pete Salwen
 > *
 > *