BARBARA & NEILE ALIVE AND READY FOR CAMERA!
HELLO AMERICA! When I heard that one of my first Hollywood directors. GERALD GORDON, was directing-producing a film SHOWDOWN AT TWIN BLUFFS allowing the return of two of the most talented women we have ever had in TV and Broadway, Barbara Eden (I DREAM OF JEANNIE fame) and Neile Adams McQueen from Broadway stardom as the elderly Dolly Sisters circa 1890 has everyone applauding! These sheriffs have taken over the western town of Twin Bluffs - they have locked up all the children away from their parents, put all the capable men in a mine mining for diamonds and are left with a town of beautiful gorgeous women with the exception of the preacher and the town drunk, who by the way, has been set to be played by the Broadway star Randal Keith who portrayed the leading role of Jean Valjean in LES MIZ on Broadway and currently has been set as a lead in a new musical on Marilyn Monroe here in Las Vegas.
Gordon's new film is a hilarious, almost slapstick romp, with young brothers in college who run from school thinking that they accidentally killed a new pledge during the hazing at their fraternity. In their speedy drive through the mountains, they experience a sudden crash and wake up back a hundred years being tended to by two beautiful women in a small western town called Twin Bluffs. Two mean sheriffs have taken over the town; they put all the men into the diamond mine and the children – all of them are being tended to in a home on the outskirts of town by the not-so-beautiful women, and only the young and beautiful ladies now make up this little town in the West. Though the two brothers offer to help, they have no problems being as helpful as possible to all these beautiful women.
Without question, any film or theatre piece produced by Gerald Gordon is bound to take you on a magical trip of ideas and a possible since of awareness and yes, wisdom which might have been lost or overlooked based on the show and often works being produced by those who have very little knowledge or experience concerning life and survival. We can still learn MUCH from Gerald Gordon who made it possible for many of us to remain on the preference lists of many production companies in our industry.