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This article first appeared in issue 34, and was written by Linda Waggener.

Local faces gaining fame

Filming of the movie Resurrection Mary has just been completed in Adair County. The effort inspired many local residents to get out and get involved in rain and cold, working both day and night, as scene changes demanded. The footage has to go through post-production and then possibly by the end of the year, viewing copies will be coming back to Columbia.

Volunteer extras whose faces may appear on the big screen include the following:

Dan Antle, Joe Moore, Trilby and Sonny Vance, Debra Burchett, Red Nixon, Clavin Pendleton, Guy Shepherd, Tiffany Brooke Francingues, Bailey Alexis Shepherd, Daniel DeCaro, Mayor Curtis Hardwick, John Arnold, Kyle Zornes, Josh Fields, Brady Bryant, Quinn Adams, Abby Bryant, Mary Victoria Green, Beverly Townsend, Janel Bufford, Darcy Adams, Greg Cundiff, Troy Keltner, Jimmy Fields, Cliff Loy, Hannah Hadley, Hillary Hadley, Kathy Hadley, Jessie Aaron, Donna Burton, Buddy Green, Christy Owens, Judy Ham, Ann Marie Ewing, Jason Roach, Steve Corbin, Adam Bennett, Daniel Fishback, J.D. Stotts, Levon Bomar, Nick Palumbo, Jane Baxter Jones, Don Moore, Joe Loy, C.J. Hadley, Danielle Mallory, Greg Cundiff, Danielle VanArsdale, Elise, Chelsea and Kaitie Luckey, Billy Pickett, Steve Cheatham, Robbie Janes, Arlinda Kessler, Spring Rainey, Jeremy Phillips, Stanley Coomer, Jeffrey Burton, Leony Barraso, Sarah Withers and Marshall Judd. Dozens more people volunteered to help behind the scenes with everything from creating tomb stones out of styrofoam, to handling props and equipment, including: April Francingues-Shepherd, still photography, publicity, wardrobe and extras casting; Jane Aaron, production coordinator; and Natalie Pyles, costumer.



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