Wednesday, June 6, 2018

MIDNIGHT EXPRESS WITH "THE FUGITIVE." "THE BEACH BOY," "CALL ME DEACON" AND A CAST OF THOUSANDS, well...

Posted by Bob
Drama critics, last month we did our reprise of THE FUGITIVE casting our own Fr. Adrian Cristobal in the title role vice Harrison Ford.  Escape themes, e.g. Papillon, Steve McQueen 1973; Cool Hand Luke, Paul Newman, 1973; and best of all I Am A Fugitive From A Chain Gang, Paul Muni, 1932; can be compelling. 

Midnight Express, Brad Davis, 1977, rereleased on DVD 2008; furnishes the raw material upon which today's escape story will be crafted. When the protagonist of Midnight Express found that his four year sentence in a brutal Turkish prison had been judicially extended to 30 years, he decided that his life depended on his escape. Prison slang for escape was "midnight express;" thus the movie's title.

We apparently have our own Midnight Express for priests who have escaped.  



                              THE GUAM VERSION OF
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with a cast if thousands!

...well four anyhow.

FILMED ON GUAM!


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...well at least the beginning is...

AS ADVERTISED IN THE UMATUNA!

A pair to draw to! Fr. Adrian "The Fugitive" Cristobal 
and Fr. Luis "The Beach Boy" Camacho

Image result for fr. luis camacho qatar With Fr. Luis Camacho now performing in Qatar! (maybe?)





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STARRING 

BISHOP TONY "THEY CAN'T TOUCH ME" APURON






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Special effects: Deacon Frank "Call Me Deacon" Tenorio with Fr. Edivaldo






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Fr. John Wadeson--so much talent here that we couldn't find a part for Fr. John.

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