Monthly Archives: March 2012
All gathered together in one place, about 106 stills (more or less) from episode three, now in post-production.
Okay, I’ve had a prize possession on my shelf for sometime, and I’ve been meaning to scan and upload it. It’s an 1845 pamphlet of some 56 pages, with very small type, outlining the events surrounding the destruction of the Gaspee revenue schooner in 1772. Enjoy.
We’re working on what they call a “pitch package,” which showcases the series for the media and potential broadcast partners. We thought those of you interested in our project, might like to take a peek. Lots of character bios, back-stories and historical background..
Tavern keeper and justice of the peace Silas Rhodes (James Riley), alongside British deserter Bob Wheedle (Nathan Kershaw) lead a band of rebel underground soldiers known as “The Sons of Liberty,” in acts of midnight justice against royal officials attempting to enforce unpopular law, in the pre-revolutionary New England township, Courage, New Hampshire. Continue Reading »
..An appeal from Jim Riley, Creator of Courage, New Hampshire
If Facebook is any guide, we are getting new fans every day from every walk of life, from every corner of the world. As a long time lover of American history, I was very tickled to get this email from a resident of that shrine of liberty — Concord, Massachusetts:
Courage, NH came on my radar via Facebook, I think. I have genealogy and history interests in NH. I just watched Episode 1 and liked it. Continue Reading »