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  • austinrengirl
    Selena wrote: To: TheHoundandHussyPub@yahoogroups.com From: Selena Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2006 00:39:05 -0000
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 2, 2006
      Selena <austinrengirl@...> wrote:
      To: TheHoundandHussyPub@yahoogroups.com
      From: "Selena" <austinrengirl@...>
      Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2006 00:39:05 -0000
      Subject: [TheHoundandHussyPub] Re: Secrets of the Koran on History Channel

      this is on tonight-- I'll be taping it along with next week's
      episode.  Be on the lookout for Clisto!!



      > This is forwarded from AFR.  Sir Clisto is a really nice guy, and
      I'm
      > very excited and proud for him to be
      > asked to do this project. 


      > *****************************

      > Hail good people,
      >
      >    OK, I have kept this a secret since October until things were
      > finalized,
      > and since everything is now in place, I am posting it. I
      originally was
      >
      > going to just not say anything and let people watch and get a
      surprise.
      > But,
      > what the heck. I was asked back then by Towers Production in
      Chicago,
      > if I
      > wanted to play the part of King Richard the 1st (Lionheart) in an
      > upcoming
      > cable History Channel
      > Documentary called "Secrets of the Koran". Of course I jumped at
      the
      > opportunity. This is a 2 hour documentary on the Koran or "Qu'ran"
      and
      > its
      > religious history. The first hour is pretty much all about the
      Koran
      > and
      > Muslim religion with all the ins and outs of it. Very enlightning,
      > historical and educational. The second hour adds the
      > introduction of Christianity to it and the clash of both. This
      > includes the first 3 crusades. I am playing the King in the third
      > crusade
      > period during the time and clash with Saladin.
      > Earlier in the second hour, I was also asked to be a plain extra
      knight
      >
      > during the battle of Hattin in the First Crusade. Some night
      fighting
      > and
      > shots where my face is not seen since they didn't want the same
      person
      > to be
      > seen playing the king later. So, I am only in chainmaile tword the
      end
      > of
      > that crusade ready to be beheaded with 4 other knights who were
      played
      > by
      > the knights from the Hanlon Lees Joust Troupe. I am in the
      forefront.
      > Later
      > in the third crusade I am in several longer scenes up close, and
      > riding, but
      > with the narration they do, I do not know how they have it all set
      up.
      >
      > Although I have seen outtakes. It was just a lot of fun to do and
      > something
      > I have always wanted to do in playing Richard since my family comes
      > from
      > working for him in his time.
      > Towers production in Chicago flew me out to El Paso to do the
      filming
      > for a
      > few days where the movie "Courage Under Fire" was filmed and we
      doubled
      > the
      > buildings etc as both Muslim and crusader props. It was a lot of
      fun.
      > Anyway, the History Channel now has it posted in an upcoming link
      on
      > their
      > site. Part 1 is being shown next
      > week Thursday, March 2nd at 8:00pm central time and again at
      Midnight
      > central time. Part 2 is suppose to air the following week Thursday
      > March 9th
      > at the same times. Part 2 should be the part with the crusades.
      > If you type in this link -
      > http://www.historychannel.com/thcsearch/thc_search.do
      > Then in the search, type in "secrets of the Koran" and hit enter,
      it
      > will
      > come up in one of the columns. For now it is only an ad on that
      page
      > until
      > it gets closer to the air date. So, there you go. I hope everyone
      > enjoys it.
      > Not because I am in it, but for the historic value it has to offer.
      > They did
      > a lot of work and a lot of filming, historic investigation and
      > interviewing
      > of experts. The History Channel always offers great programming.
      > Lord Sir Clisto
      >







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    • Robert Mank
      cooooool!! I love the **History** Channel...now even more reason to watch !! dobby austinrengirl wrote: Selena
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 2, 2006
        cooooool!! I love the **History** Channel...now even more reason to watch !!
        dobby

        austinrengirl <austinrengirl@...> wrote:
        Selena <austinrengirl@...> wrote:
        To: TheHoundandHussyPub@yahoogroups.com
        From: "Selena" <austinrengirl@...>
        Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2006 00:39:05 -0000
        Subject: [TheHoundandHussyPub] Re: Secrets of the Koran on History Channel

        this is on tonight-- I'll be taping it along with next week's
        episode.  Be on the lookout for Clisto!!



        > This is forwarded from AFR.  Sir Clisto is a really nice guy, and
        I'm
        > very excited and proud for him to be
        > asked to do this project. 


        > *****************************

        > Hail good people,
        >
        >    OK, I have kept this a secret since October until things were
        > finalized,
        > and since everything is now in place, I am posting it. I
        originally was
        >
        > going to just not say anything and let people watch and get a
        surprise.
        > But,
        > what the heck. I was asked back then by Towers Production in
        Chicago,
        > if I
        > wanted to play the part of King Richard the 1st (Lionheart) in an
        > upcoming
        > cable History Channel
        > Documentary called "Secrets of the Koran". Of course I jumped at
        the
        > opportunity. This is a 2 hour documentary on the Koran or "Qu'ran"
        and
        > its
        > religious history. The first hour is pretty much all about the
        Koran
        > and
        > Muslim religion with all the ins and outs of it. Very enlightning,
        > historical and educational. The second hour adds the
        > introduction of Christianity to it and the clash of both. This
        > includes the first 3 crusades. I am playing the King in the third
        > crusade
        > period during the time and clash with Saladin.
        > Earlier in the second hour, I was also asked to be a plain extra
        knight
        >
        > during the battle of Hattin in the First Crusade. Some night
        fighting
        > and
        > shots where my face is not seen since they didn't want the same
        person
        > to be
        > seen playing the king later. So, I am only in chainmaile tword the
        end
        > of
        > that crusade ready to be beheaded with 4 other knights who were
        played
        > by
        > the knights from the Hanlon Lees Joust Troupe. I am in the
        forefront.
        > Later
        > in the third crusade I am in several longer scenes up close, and
        > riding, but
        > with the narration they do, I do not know how they have it all set
        up.
        >
        > Although I have seen outtakes. It was just a lot of fun to do and
        > something
        > I have always wanted to do in playing Richard since my family comes
        > from
        > working for him in his time.
        > Towers production in Chicago flew me out to El Paso to do the
        filming
        > for a
        > few days where the movie "Courage Under Fire" was filmed and we
        doubled
        > the
        > buildings etc as both Muslim and crusader props. It was a lot of
        fun.
        > Anyway, the History Channel now has it posted in an upcoming link
        on
        > their
        > site. Part 1 is being shown next
        > week Thursday, March 2nd at 8:00pm central time and again at
        Midnight
        > central time. Part 2 is suppose to air the following week Thursday
        > March 9th
        > at the same times. Part 2 should be the part with the crusades.
        > If you type in this link -
        > http://www.historychannel.com/thcsearch/thc_search.do
        > Then in the search, type in "secrets of the Koran" and hit enter,
        it
        > will
        > come up in one of the columns. For now it is only an ad on that
        page
        > until
        > it gets closer to the air date. So, there you go. I hope everyone
        > enjoys it.
        > Not because I am in it, but for the historic value it has to offer.
        > They did
        > a lot of work and a lot of filming, historic investigation and
        > interviewing
        > of experts. The History Channel always offers great programming.
        > Lord Sir Clisto
        >







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