Posts Tagged ‘American History’

Another plug for the movie “Copperhead,” which opens in theaters today.  See the link below to find showtimes in your area.

I would strongly urge people to see this film — especially with the 4th of July coming up.  History buffs will be most drawn to it, but anyone who can appreciate a good story and is, perhaps, a little tired of seeing our movie theaters dominated by repetitive superhero franchises, vulgar comedies, and action spectacles void of substance should be pleased.

Showtimes by region: http://www.copperheadthemovie.com/see-the-film

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Just wanted to give a shout-out to Bill Kauffman, a well-known local author in my neck of the woods.

Kauffman wrote a screenplay based on Harold Frederic’s Civil War era novel “The Copperhead,” and his screenplay has just been made into a major motion picture!

“Copperhead” was directed by Ronald F. Maxwell (director of “Gettysburg” and “Gods and Generals”) and stars Billy Campbell, Peter Fonda and Angus Mcfadyen.  This is certainly very exciting for my community, in which Kauffman has been involved for many years.

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