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"The Undefeated" is not about Sarah Palin, it is about YOU ["If this hockey mom can do it..."]
HillBuzz.org ^ | July 29, 2011 | Kevin DuJan

Posted on 07/29/2011 8:37:40 PM PDT by RonDog

"The Undefeated" is not about Sarah Palin…it is about YOU

Posted on July 29, 2011 by Kevin DuJan //
2008 Vice Presidential Campaign, 2012 Presidential Campaign, Action Items, Polarize This!, Purple Team - Palin, Sarah Palin

My boyfriend Justin and I drove up to Milwaukee to see “The Undefeated” on Wednesday.

It’s hard to get Justin to anything politically-related because he bores very easily, especially if charts and graphs pop up and someone starts talking about energy resource development or the minutia of legislative maneuvers in various states. Justin likes playing World of Warcraft, listening to music on his iPhone, and screwing around on Facebook.

But, Justin supports Governor Sarah Palin very much, though he knows shockingly little about her or her time as Governor of Alaska.  I had to trick him into seeing “The Undefeated”, however, because the movie’s not playing in Chicago and the closest theater showing it was at a mall in Waukesha, about two hours away from us.  There is, however, a spy-themed restaurant in downtown Milwaukee that requires a secret password to get in and has waitstaff who role-play like it’s a Cold War safe house…so getting Justin psyched for a road trip to eat there easily included a stop at the Mayfield Mall to see “The Undefeated”, since of course I timed our trip to get us to Wisconsin while the Safe House was closed between lunch and dinner shifts.

You betcha.

The theater was quite full for the middle of the afternoon on a Wednesday. Peeking in other movies that were playing, “The Undefeated” had as many people watching it as Transformers, Horrible Bosses, Bridesmaids, and other Hollywood films did.  The difference was that in “The Undefeated” the audience didn’t just sit there staring at a giant screen absorbing loud explosions and silently taking in special effects.  In “The Undefeated”, audiences were cheering Governor Palin’s political speeches and thinking about what they could do to defeat both the Left and the Cocktail Party GOP establishment in their own ways, following the example of a small town hockey mom who decided one day to do just that on her own.

“The Undefeated” is nominally a documentary about Governor Sarah Palin, but it’s really about YOU.

Justin was glued to the screen throughout the whole movie, which I’ve never seen happen.  He didn’t update his Facebook or text message once during the screening, which is something I’ve never seen happen before.  He asked me a lot of questions during the movie, about who different people like Andrew Breitbart and Tammy Bruce were. He had no idea who Meg Stapleton or Thomas Van Flein were, but came away from the film admiring them.  The movie held his attention and really made Justin think about how terrible the GOP Cocktail Party establishment really is and how much those fools enable the Left to destroy our country.

I have no idea what the film’s director intended when he set out to make this movie, but this is the impact “The Undefeated” had on Justin.  For me, it was the shot of adrenaline I needed to rev me up to do everything I can for Governor Palin’s presidential campaign, because I believe she is truly the best hope we have of rescuing this country from the Left and putting America back on the right track again.

Whenever I hear Governor Palin speak, I think about being back in grade school learning about various historical figures who were there in moments when America needed them most.  Some are fictional, like Johnny Tremain, from a novel that inspired a younger me to wonder what I would have done if I was alive during the American Revolution.  The nuns who taught me in Catholic School had a lot of very creative lesson plans, so our classes were forever putting on skits or reading creative writing essays assigned to us where we had to imagine being Harriet Tubman, Susan B. Anthony, Mercy Otis Warren, Martin Luther King Jr., or other determined, passionate, American heroes. Just as these people rose to the challenges of their times and stood formidably in America’s corner when needed, so does Governor Palin.

We are in a period of immense crisis, when America is very truly being attacked from three clear sides: the Left, which wants to destroy the country as we know it and transform the United States into a third world heap; the Cocktail Party GOP establishment, whose genetic stupidity and obsession with media-attention and false-praise commit these self-centered fools to do the Left’s bidding as often as possible, regardless of the detrimental effects on our country; and external forces like George Soros, who in James Bond villain-style just want to watch the world burn, for the fun of it.

After seeing “The Undefeated”, Justin couldn’t believe how many times Governor Palin called the Left out for what it’s doing to America.  He cheered every time the Governor was shown taking on the GOP Cocktail Party establishment.  Though the film didn’t mention Soros specifically, it did briefly address the September 2008 Lehman Brothers financial meltdown Soros engineered as an “October Surprise” to secure the election for Obama.  Justin knew Soros was behind this and asked why no one in the media or the Republican ranks has ever talked about what really happened that September and how people like Soros were involved.

Justin still doesn’t understand the media is 100% in the tank for the Left, and works aggressively to push the Left’s agenda.  He also doesn’t fully understand why the Cocktail Party GOP establishment behaves the way it does, or why it’s pushing limp, soggy sandwiches like Mittens Romney or Tim Pawlenty for the 2012 presidential nomination…with the media’s great assistance.

“Why does the media want Mittens to be the nominee so badly and why do Republicans let the media pick their candidates, when the media wants Democrats to win?” Justin asked in the car on the way to dinner.

“Because the Cocktail Party GOP establishment doesn’t care about winning elections, and in many cases is happier losing.  Losing means they don’t need a plan for when the election is over and they don’t have to take on the responsibility of fixing the problems we’re facing.  They can just have their cocktail parties and fundraisers, wear nice suits and look important, and court the media’s fawning adoration by signing up for anything labeled “bipartisan” no matter how much whatever this is hurts the country”, I explained to him.

“Why do people let the Cocktail Party get away with this?” Justin asked.

I have never been able to answer this, because I have never — and will never — understand it.

But Justin’s an example of someone who only nominally pays attention to the news and who thinks most political discussions are boring. He also forever believes that someone else is taking care of whatever needs to be taken care of, so he doesn’t need to worry about it.  He assumes that Republicans and Democrats are different, and that if the Democrats are doing something bad that Republicans will stop them because that’s what Republicans are there for.

Justin has not spent much time at all looking at what the Cocktail Party GOP establishment is really all about or how it conducts itself in power.

I doubt many people who don’t read political sites all day, every day, have taken the time to really ponder this.

By watching what Governor Palin has faced through the years going up against the Cocktail Party GOP establishment, and enduring the full-bore attacks from the Left since 2008, it’s very clear just how difficult fighting these anti-American villains really is at the end of the day.

Look at all the battles Governor Palin has engaged in…and won…never losing her fighting spirit because she loves this country so much.  You can’t watch her in “The Undefeated” without feeling her patriotism wash over you, to inspire you to get up out of your seat and do whatever you can for the Resistance too.

While there’s nothing in the movie that supporters of Governor Palin don’t already know (if they have read Going Rogue and have been following her closely on Facebook), seeing her story up on the screen and hearing her words through the years as she consistently took on the Left and the Cocktail Party GOP establishment in equal measure really is inspiring on a personal level.

If this hockey mom from a small town could do it…then so can you.

Maybe you aren’t going to become a mayor or a natural resources commissioner or a governor or a presidential candidate yourself, but there’s no reason you can’t do SOMETHING in your own way to drive the Left nuts and rattle the Cocktail Party GOP establishment.

Just like Governor Palin did, starting back to when she was a private citizen like the rest of us…and continuing into her post-governorship role as a private citizen again.

Two days after seeing the movie, Justin is still asking questions about what he saw up on the screen.  He wants to know about all the bad things the Cocktail Party GOP establishment does and why Republican voters tolerate that garbage.

I have never seen Justin this tuned-in regarding politics.  It’s amazing, actually.

So while “The Undefeated” is not perfect, and it’s clear it was put together on a very limited budget, it’s a marvelous success in that it truly does inspire viewers to think about what THEY too can do to help America the way Governor Palin consistently has.

At it’s heart, the movie’s not about Sarah Palin…but it really is about YOU and what YOU feel when you see the Governor on the screen, hear her words ring loudly and clearly, and hopefully answer her call to get involved and join the Resistance too.

See this movie however and wherever you can…and take as many Justins of your own with you too!



TOPICS: Editorial; Extended News; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: hillbuzz; palin; sarahpalin; theundefeated
THIS is the kind of response that we should hope to get from "dragging your friends" to see "The Undefeated," IMHO!
1 posted on 07/29/2011 8:37:48 PM PDT by RonDog
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To: onyx; 2ndDivisionVet
From one of the comments posted after this article:
...Justin's reaction is significant. I think the Justins of this country are the most important targets of The Undefeated.

There are confused and uninformed moderates who hear some vague buzz that Sarah is radical, stupid, and whiny.

Since they aren't political junkies, they have no facts to counter these charges and they're just as happy to believe them as to question them.

In fact, it's not important that large numbers of liberals or confused moderates watch The Undefeated; it's more important that the weak-tea Republicans who do watch it and who currently dismiss Sarah as having "too many negatives" will see it and begin to reluctantly reverse the buzz.

The Undefeated, to me, is about reversing the buzz.

And if (please God, WHEN) Sarah announces, a lot of people will watch in On Demand or on DVD to see what she's all about, and the buzz will become a roar that will drown out the Palin-hatred.


2 posted on 07/29/2011 8:44:32 PM PDT by RonDog
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To: RonDog

bump.


3 posted on 07/29/2011 8:46:47 PM PDT by ken21 (dem + rino progressives -- 150 years destroying america)
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To: ken21

I would have loved to have seen this on a large screen in a filled with a mix of supporters and doubters. I would love to be standing and cheering at the end.

I hope it makes it to a few theaters in some NE locations before it goes to PPV.


4 posted on 07/29/2011 8:55:54 PM PDT by curth (Sarah Palin: THE Genuine Article - Accept No Cheap Imitation)
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To: curth

yep.


5 posted on 07/29/2011 8:58:42 PM PDT by ken21 (dem + rino progressives -- 150 years destroying america.)
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And if (please God, WHEN) Sarah announces, a lot of people will watch it On Demand or on DVD...
...which is a good thing, because the folks marketing this amazing film certainly seem to have BUNGLED their "limited theatrical release" strategy on the BIG SCREEN.

From my frustrated rants about the DISMAL results so far, on THIS thread:

Friendly Reminder: "The Undefeated" opens today in SLC, Charleston, Cincinnati and Columbus

-- snip --

As of this morning, "The Undefeated" is currently playing in a GRAND TOTAL of four theaters -- nationwide.

Click here for the most current list:

theundefeated.cinedigm.com/tickets.html
As we feared, "The Undefeated" is NO LONGER SHOWING at the fourteen OTHER theaters
where it was originally introduced -- on 7/15, and 7/22. :(

-- snip --

The plan, apparently, was to spend VERY LITTLE MONEY on "traditional marketing" --
and instead depend on "social media" and "local networking."

And THAT strategy has clearly NOT been very effective --
after an initial promising spike in ticket sales on opening night.


6 posted on 07/29/2011 9:12:01 PM PDT by RonDog
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To: curth
I would have loved to have seen this on a large screen in a [theater] filled with a mix of supporters and doubters.

I would love to be standing and cheering at the end.

Bingo!
That is STILL the best way to experience this extraordinary film, IMHO.
Right now -- barring a MAJOR CHANGE in the current marketing strategy -- it appears that the only way for this to happen is for local "grassroots" organizations to "go rogue" -- and screen "bootleg" copies of the DVD in churches, masonic halls, etc. -- rather than inside the AMC theaters, as I had hoped.
7 posted on 07/29/2011 9:23:16 PM PDT by RonDog
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To: curth

You would have a hard time finding a filled theater, even during opening weekend the per screen average was 52 people.


8 posted on 07/29/2011 9:28:16 PM PDT by Artemis Webb (Perry 2012! A Conservative who can win!)
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To: RonDog

The goal in a limited release is to pick and choose the cities the movie will show in in order to maximize it’s profits. As an example if somebody was making a movie about how wonderful gay parents were they might open the film in San Francisco and New York. After a limited release movie does well in the targeted cities the company releasing it can then go to other theaters and say, “This movie is making X amount of dollars per screen. You should show it too!”

That was the plan with The Undefeated. The marketing company picked fairly large market, fairly conservative cities to open in on the assumption that the film would do best there for an initial roll out. The problem is the movie tanked. Any way you slice it. It tanked.


9 posted on 07/29/2011 9:35:28 PM PDT by Artemis Webb (Perry 2012! A Conservative who can win!)
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To: Artemis Webb

What makes you think he picked that method? Maybe he was forced, because the theaters wouldn’t book it.


10 posted on 07/29/2011 9:52:31 PM PDT by itsahoot (--I will vote for Sarah Palin, even if I have to write her in. --He that hath an ear, let him hear.)
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To: Artemis Webb

The major flaw in their theatrical release strategy so far (IMHO) has been in the TIMING of their new showings.

We had THREE WEEKS notice before the grand opening in Orange, CA.

And, we had roughly 250 people at the 5 pm show, and 300 (sold out!) at the 7 pm show.

We had THREE DAYS notice before the opening one week later in Ontario, CA — about 75 miles away.

And, we had roughly 10 people at the 6 pm show, and 20 at the 8 pm show.

Same movie. Similar part of the country. Similar demographics/political breakdown.
Hmmm. I wonder if there is any connection between ADVANCE NOTICE and ATTENDANCE. ;)

If they’re not going to ADVERTISE the damn things, they will have to give us MUCH MORE TIME — to get the word out through “non-traditional” channels.


11 posted on 07/29/2011 9:54:19 PM PDT by RonDog
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To: Artemis Webb

Not from what I read.


12 posted on 07/29/2011 10:03:55 PM PDT by curth (Sarah Palin: THE Genuine Article - Accept No Cheap Imitation)
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To: itsahoot
What makes you think he picked that method?

Maybe he was forced, because the theaters wouldn’t book it.

They were probably not FORCED by dastardly theater owners -- but perhaps they were INFLUENCED by the political timetable of a potential Labor Day announcement.

I can see them sacrificing short-term THEATRICAL success for long-term POLITICAL results.

Getting the DVDs out in time for her big announcement is just about the **only** explanation for their otherwise "bone-headed" actions to date.

13 posted on 07/29/2011 10:04:03 PM PDT by RonDog
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To: Artemis Webb

opened up as the 15th best politcal documentary is not tanking.


14 posted on 07/29/2011 10:06:27 PM PDT by unseen1
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To: RonDog

Thanks for the great post and story. Can’t wait to see this film.


15 posted on 07/29/2011 10:09:05 PM PDT by Liberty Valance (Keep a simple manner for a happy life :o)
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To: Artemis Webb

Really, what does sold out mean to do and the need for another screening to provide for the overflow?


16 posted on 07/29/2011 11:05:54 PM PDT by presently no screen name
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To: Artemis Webb

So what did you take away from viewing the documentary? Too many empty seats?


17 posted on 07/29/2011 11:09:38 PM PDT by presently no screen name
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To: RonDog
Rednecks Built America
18 posted on 07/30/2011 1:03:29 AM PDT by HiTech RedNeck (There's gonna be a Redneck Revolution!)
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To: RonDog
Justin likes playing World of Warcraft, listening to music on his iPhone, and screwing around on Facebook.

Justin sounds like the world's biggest douche nozzle. I'm assuming this gal isn't keeping him around for his brains.
19 posted on 07/30/2011 1:54:43 AM PDT by Wyoming Cowboy
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To: Wyoming Cowboy
Justin sounds like the world's biggest douche nozzle. I'm assuming this gal isn't keeping him around for his brains.

This was posted by a person named Kevin DuJan and it was posted at Hillbuzz, so I think it might be a good bet that Justin's "gal" is Kevin.

20 posted on 07/30/2011 2:07:39 AM PDT by jla
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To: unseen1; Artemis Webb; RonDog

>>> opened up as the 15th best political documentary is not tanking.

It tanked. Why would anybody have expected otherwise.

Domestic Total as of Jul. 28, 2011: $106,998

Opening Weekend: $65,132
(#40 rank, 10 theaters, $6,513 average)
% of Total Gross: 60.9%
> View All Weekends
Widest Release: 14 theaters
In Release: 14 days / 2 weeks

Genre Rank
Documentary 351
Documentary - Political 52


21 posted on 07/30/2011 3:19:27 AM PDT by tlb
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To: Artemis Webb

I hope it shows in Greenville, SC...would like to see it on the big screen.


22 posted on 07/30/2011 4:09:53 AM PDT by nfldgirl
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To: presently no screen name

Sounds like DU around here sometimes.

If you don’t have anything nice to say, why join the thread?

Who do you support?


23 posted on 07/30/2011 4:13:13 AM PDT by Cringing Negativism Network (America First!)
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To: Cringing Negativism Network

Or should I have responded that way to the poster you were responding to?

:D

It really baffles me how quick we start the circular firing squads against our own candidates.


24 posted on 07/30/2011 4:16:28 AM PDT by Cringing Negativism Network (America First!)
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To: Cringing Negativism Network

What’s not nice about asking a question? You did - so join the not nice crowd.

Who do you support? Whiners?


25 posted on 07/30/2011 4:34:29 AM PDT by presently no screen name
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To: presently no screen name

Palin! :D

Your turn.


26 posted on 07/30/2011 4:36:12 AM PDT by Cringing Negativism Network (We are not tea partiers ... we're good tea partiers. Life-long tea partiers)
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To: Cringing Negativism Network
Or should I have responded that way to the poster you were responding to?

Don't ask me, I'm not the one going around telling posters what to do/not to do/what to ask or not - that's your area. Talk about a firing squad!
27 posted on 07/30/2011 4:37:49 AM PDT by presently no screen name
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To: presently no screen name

Still waiting for your candidate.

Give it up...


28 posted on 07/30/2011 4:38:31 AM PDT by Cringing Negativism Network (We are not tea partiers ... we're good tea partiers. Life-long tea partiers)
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To: Cringing Negativism Network

I think it’s quite obvious who I support by my question to mr. empty seat/suit.


29 posted on 07/30/2011 4:40:55 AM PDT by presently no screen name
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To: presently no screen name

Roger.

Lurk mode back on.


30 posted on 07/30/2011 4:43:04 AM PDT by Cringing Negativism Network (We are not tea partiers ... we're good tea partiers. Life-long tea partiers)
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To: presently no screen name
"Really, what does sold out mean to do and the need for another screening to provide for the overflow?"

52 per screen average attendance. This means 1/5 to 1/4 capacity. Somebody somewhere had a sell out on opening day. Good for that theater! Nationally though in it's opening week "The Undefeated" was defeated at the box office by such heavily advertised movies as, "Snow Flower and the Secret Fan", "Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest" and "Turtle: The Incredible Journey".

31 posted on 07/30/2011 6:22:07 AM PDT by Artemis Webb (Perry 2012! A Conservative who can win!)
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To: Artemis Webb
Their advertising dollars were pennies. It wasn't meant to compete with any movie but to inform those who the media deliberately deceived. Like this Somebody somewhere had a sell out on opening day.

You didn't answer. What did you think of the documentary?
32 posted on 07/30/2011 6:43:05 AM PDT by presently no screen name
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To: presently no screen name

I didn’t see it. It didn’t play in my town.

Now before you go off with a variation on, “Ohhhhhhh you’re judging it and you haven’t even seen it” you might double check and see that I made no judgment of the film itself. My comments were restricted to it’s box office performance. You don’t need to see a movie to read it’s financial data.


33 posted on 07/30/2011 7:08:24 AM PDT by Artemis Webb (Perry 2012! A Conservative who can win!)
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To: Artemis Webb
It hasn't played in my town either.

You don’t need to see a movie to read it’s financial data.

On a documentary that had virtually no advertising? That's how you judge success? This film was not about making money - something you seem to refuse to get.

I read/listen to those who did see it - it is a success!! It accomplished what it set out to do. So far on this thread, even you have done that!!
34 posted on 07/30/2011 9:56:28 AM PDT by presently no screen name
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To: presently no screen name
So far on this thread, even you have done that!!

Even you have NOT done that. First I gave you want you wanted to hear, now this one what you NEED to hear.
35 posted on 07/30/2011 9:59:08 AM PDT by presently no screen name
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To: RonDog

I will defer to you since I don’t have a clue what I am talking about and you seem to throw the right kind of words in the mix. {:-)


36 posted on 07/30/2011 10:22:25 AM PDT by itsahoot (--I will vote for Sarah Palin, even if I have to write her in. --He that hath an ear, let him hear.)
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To: Mean Maryjean

Don’t know how far it is but it is playing in Charleston link at http://conservatives4palin.com/2011/07/undefeated-week-3-open-thread.html


37 posted on 07/30/2011 1:39:59 PM PDT by Truthfreesus
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From atlasshrugs:




Does it strike anyone else that this next presidential election feels less like an election
and more like two opposing countries fighting for victory?


Obama's idea of America is positively un-american (collectivist, socialist, transnational).
The Republican mavericks (no, not the RINOs) are channeling our founding fathers,
fighting for individual rights, less government, and our unalienable rights endowed by our Creator.

The battle is for America, exceptional, sovereign and free, vs. America, unexceptional, transnational, statist.

This isn't so much an election but a fight for America. The Individual vs the State -- it's a non-violent civil war.

38 posted on 07/31/2011 6:52:38 PM PDT by RonDog
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See also THIS new thread:
"The Undefeated" SOUND TRACK now online: "Amanda" sings "Minstrel Boy" from the closing credits
www.amazon.com ^ | July 15, 2011 | Amanda
Posted on Monday, August 01, 2011 11:12:34 AM by RonDog

Those of you who have already seen "The Undefeated" will certainly remember
the powerful anthem sung by "Amanda" during the closing credits, "Minstrel Boy."

It is now available ONLINE...
CLICK HERE for the rest of that thread

39 posted on 08/01/2011 12:08:45 PM PDT by RonDog
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To: RonDog
You have ONE MORE CHANCE to see "The Undefeated" on the "big screen" in southern California!
h/t: The Undefeated Comes to Plainfield, CT and Palm Springs, CA This Week
Open Thread | Conservatives4Palin.com
"The Undefeated" is currently scheduled to be screened at:
Cinemas Palme d'Or
Westfield Palm Desert
72840 Highway 111
Palm Desert, CA 92260

FRIDAY (8/5) through MONDAY (8/8)
11:00am, 1:45pm, 4:30pm, 7:15pm, 10:00pm

For MORE information, see:
www.thepalme.com
and
www.tributemovies.c​om
And, who knows -- you **might** (eventually) even be able to find out **something** about this here:
theundefeated.cinedigm.com/tickets.html
and
victoryfilmgroup.com/theundefeatedmovie
Thank God that at least movietickets.com has the CORRECT information about this showing:
www.movietickets.com

40 posted on 08/02/2011 10:03:34 AM PDT by RonDog
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