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Thanks for the best site on the internet


Dearest Apache Bear,

First of all I just want to thank you for the greatest website on
the internet. I love Legends of the Fall and have been search-
ing for anything to do with this wonderful movie.

I just had a few questions to ask you. Do you know any inside
information about the making of this movie? How were things
on the set? Did the actors all get along? How did Brad Pitt get
into character to play such a difficult role as Tristan? Was that
his real hair,or was it a wig? Where was this movie filmed? If
you know anything at all about the making of this movie and
the adaption of the book to the screen, please let me know.

I was also wondering about some things about your incredible
web page. How long did it take you tomake this page? How
did you get the inspiration to create this page? Was it just the
movie
or was there anything else? What is your favorite pic-
ture on yourwebsite? Maybe you could do a top ten pictures
on your site. I was also wondering, Apache Bear, do you have
a favorite scene in the movie? I know that might be hard to say,
since they are all so incredible. But is there anything that sticks
out as your favorite? Mine is the scene where Tristan returns to
his family after being away, and you see him riding that horse
with all of the other horses. I cry every time I watch that part.
But it is a happy emotion still. I felt the same way looking at
some of your pictures on the website.

Is there any sort of official Legends of the Fall fan club? Maybe
you could start one up, and let people join through your website.
You would be the perfect president of such a club. Do you think
that there is any way that a bunch of us Legends of the Fall fans
could rent out a movie theater some special night and watch
Legends of the Fall
all together? I would give anything to watch
that movie with some Legends of the Fall fans. What do you
think? Or at the least maybe we could get some sort of annual
viewing or meeting organized between fans.

I am planning to go on a trip this summer to the place where
they did most of the filming of this movie. If you have any
idea where this is, pleaselet me know. I know you do this
site for free, and have spent many hours working on this
site, but if you could please respond I would be very very
very grateful. Your site brings me so muchjoy, and at the
very
least I want you to know how happy you have
made me.

Sincerely,
Brett

BCRIGG@prodigy.net





Apache Bear's Thoughts:


After I read this email I felt really good inside. One of the
first thoughts that came to my mind (I was also laughing
inside)
was I don't know if my site is the best website
on the internet but thank you Brett for the kind compli-
ment. I also felt like I was being interviewed. (laughing out
loud). I will answer some of your questions here. I cannot
answer every one because it would take too long.

How long did it take you to make this page?

Thousands of hours I would say.

How did you get the inspiration to create this page?
Was it just the movie or was there anything else?


It is much more than the movie Brett, much more.

What is your favorite picture on your website?

I really don't have one.

I was also wondering, Apache Bear,
do you have a favorite scene in the movie?


Yes I do. This one is a very difficult one to choose. Not in
the way there are so many good scenes but it might sound a
little bit strange what my answer is. My favorite scene is
when Tristan hops on the horse when they are in World War
I and he tries to rescue Samuel, all the way till Alfred walks
into Tristan's tent. I know this scene is depressing but there
are so many reasons why it is my favorite. First of all I love
the intensity of this whole scene. Second I have to hand it to
James Horner who created the music for this movie. He was
a master at that. I love the music during this scene. It has so
many highs and lows.

Strangely as it might seem it is also my favorite on the sound-
track. Number five on the soundtrack is titled Samuel's Death.
The track starts right when Tristan hops on his horse and ends
with Alfred walking into the tent. It strikes me odd my favorite
part in the movie and my favorite song on the soundtrack start
and end at the same time. Another reason is the acting between
Brad Pitt and Henry Thomas in this scene is magnificent. In con-
clusion, the whole scene is so powerful and emotional.

When Brett said this I got a real kick out of it "Is there any
sort of official Legends of the Fall fan club? Maybe you
could start one up, and let people join through your website.
You would be the perfect president of such a club."
Thank
you Brett again for the kind comment but I do not think I
deserve to be the president of a club. In conclusion, I am
very content you have found happiness in viewing my site.
Thank you Brett for this wonderful email.

Apache Bear










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