Coming Spring 2012: American Happpenings & Legacy Films Proudly Present...

Giant of Thunder Mountain Blu Ray&trade

"The Giant of Thunder Mountain"

A Family Film Classic is Turning 20 This Year!!

In celebration of The Giant of Thunder Mountain's 20th Anniversary, this family film classic has been digitally re-mastered for a new, high quality Blu Ray™ Edition!

Children will love the exciting story of Amy and her two brothers who find adventure and an unlikely new friend while exploring the scary mystery of Thunder Mountain.

Coming Spring of 2012, parents and kids alike will enjoy watching The Giant of Thunder Mountain in beautiful HIGH DEFINITION Blu Ray™!

Bill Chilcote reads from the pages “The Adventures of ‘Ninja Boy’ Billy: The Meth Avenger,”

December 1, 2009 Klamath Falls, Oregon
Legacy Film's Bill Chilcote is featured in the

Herald and News

 "The heroes of Bill Chilcote’s Ninja Boy comic book don’t battle psychotic clowns or kryptonite. Their enemies, methamphetamine dealers, are closer to home — and real.

 Chilcote, 39, of Klamath Falls has been sober for five years. But his struggle with substance abuse was the inspiration for his first 48-page illustrated adventure, “The Adventures of ‘Ninja Boy’ Billy: The Meth Avenger.”

 The adventure is well done, local authorities say, and they are considering using the illustrated comic as an educational tool in Basin schools."

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November 30, 2009 Special Event in Eugene, Oregon!
Admission: 3 canned food items
Time: 7:00 PM


  The movie will be shown Nov. 30 at the South Eugene High School auditorium, timed to kick off the school’s annual collection drive to benefit FOOD for Lane County, said Deb McGeorge, food solicitor for the food bank. Admission to the film will be three nonperishable food offerings...

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9:30 PM followup: Thank you to everyone for showing up to support such a worthy cause. Also, special thanks to Lynette Williams and the student government from South Eugene Highschool, and Deb and Ron from FOOD for Lane County.

 If you were unable to attend, but would like to make a donation or find other ways to help FOOD for Lane County with this worthy cause, please click here!