Posted by Soldier #2 on October 25, 1999 at 20:15:29:
In Reply to: Colonial #2 posted by Sarah M. on October 25, 1999 at 17:59:25:
: : : That's SO neat - "Mr. Got no Family" - Norm, I didn't notice him at first either, but later did - and now I always say
: : : "Aw-w-w-w" when he gets killed. OUCH!
: : : Diana
: Hi Norm and all --
: I too only recently noticed Mr. Got-no-family (same as me) dying in the massacre. That now bothers me a lot -- like they said above, the nice face, willing to stay only to get hacked up like that. By the way, according to the script, this is Colonial #2. He has a fairly distinctive voice and I think it's him in the meadow when the British Lieutenant is recruiting -- the Lieutenant says "Up to Fort William Henry", and someone says "That's 2 nights and a bit." I think that's Colonial #2 again, but the script says it's Colonial #1. I think it's the same voice, so maybe Colonial #1 is the one at the Fort. Maybe Soldier #2 can shed some light on this.
: Sarah M.
Well if I have to talk about him I will. His name was Tommy Cummings. You can find him in my picture page, photo number 5.
Yes, he was in the 35th. and yes he was a traitor. yes that was him who said "That's 2 nights and a bit." and then "Got no families Capt. thought we'd stay and lend a hand." and then killed Killed KILLED!!!!! hahaha oh sorry He got the part just after we finished at Linville. We were all leaving the location for the last time and he was heard by all the 35th as saying "I have a big part now. I don't need you losers." Dale Dye was pissed and we all vowed that he was the only traitor of the 35th.
Oh HI, I am still working on THAT movie. Have to go down to that state below me and work Thursday thru Saturday. They want me to work the 6th thru the 17th. I think not. May have a really good part though. Sshhhhh! Mums the word. Smile
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