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Judge Kenneth L. Anderson
Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg
Off to the Emmy Awards
A Comedy; Lincoln has never been funnier. The movie is based on the 2001 stage play, “Honest, It’s Abe” by CiVon & Anderson.
The movie asks the question, does Abraham Lincoln have any relevancy in our current high tech, social media era?
The story follows Beth and her three friends - William, Ramon and Kipp as they taunt their college history professor for caring too much about Lincoln. But Professor Beacon has a friend of his own. Abe Lincoln is Beacon’s wing-man in this HISTORICAL ROM-COM.
Lincoln is treated with great respect while taking a sympathetic tone towards Beth; because she’s right… why should we care about Civil War history? “Please don’t bore me with that old stuff…” – and WE DON’T. The movie is up-beat, fun - it will inspire and entertain. As in THE STAGE PLAY, the audience will be surprised by how much they enjoy our journey.
We're all overwhelmed by the amount of media coming
at us 24/7/365 and it makes it almost impossible to hear and communicate… We're all swimming in a never-ending flow of news – perhaps that news can be called “New History”. But there are some very powerful moments in American History which should be remembered and appreciated.
Media Noise and Lincoln… -- it’s like trying to talk while standing in front of a rock band at a concert… The importance of our 16th President and what he was miraculously able to achieve is completely lost in the ocean of other seemingly important issues of the moment. This movie will renew and inspire.
Ken Anderson & Max CiVon at Gettysburg