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Dagorlad
post May 17 2012, 09:55 PM
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This year's Little Wars will see an unusual 'war' game where the players take on the role of an undiscovered movie director in the 1930s who has snuck into a Hollywood backlot with a 'borrowed' camera intent on making a movie while the real directors are at lunch. Milling around the sets are the Matinee Idols of the day - Oliver Sutton, Wellyn Dowd, and Shirley Knott amongst others - who are lounging around in costume signing autographs and striking poses. Also on the set are groups of Extras just waiting for that big break to make it into the big time!

Your task as players is to assemble the cast in front of a set and make a movie - the script will almost write itself. All the while the other players are seeking to sabotage your efforts while they make their own Blockbuster. Run by Andrew Boswell and Greg Hallam, this should be a fantastic game - feel free to join in.

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ZarkinFrood
post May 17 2012, 10:04 PM
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Now that's intriguing
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post May 23 2012, 10:23 AM
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This is gonna be fun to have a squizz at. Are you going to be taking video footage of the game? An actual black and white movie of what happens in the game, with mini's etc, would be awesome!
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