To answer your question about whether there was footage of the modern
"Stormfield" in the Documentary "Dangerous Intimacy" I can say yes.
I worked with Producer Richard Altemonte coordinating for the filming
locations, and I played the role of Jean Clemens in the film. There was filming
at the modern Stormfield and at The Lobster Pot
Susan Boone Durkee
The Lobster Pot Studio
23 Mark Twain Lane
Redding Ct. 06896 203-938-2760
_Click the link here to visit the Studio._
In a message dated 9/7/2013 9:28:21 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
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Dave Davis wrote:
>Has that ever been a movie setting?
>Whether MT related or not?)=C2=A0 Should be!
In partial answer to that question, from my Forum posting of 20 January
2, with the subject =E2=80=9CKaren Lystra's _Dangerous Intimacy_ on
>...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 vie_wing of this disk is in order, for comparison
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?)=C2=A0 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
> Redding, Connecticut.
> The photos are really worth a look.
> -- Pete Salwen