Revised OutLaw Trail Documentary

Job #4688

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Job # 4688 Revised OutLaw Trail Documentary

Posted Date
Sep 3, 2007 @ 19:02
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Sep 10, 2007
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This is a new submission with a 30 second script attached for the documentary Outlaw trail now being written and produced. If you sent a response already, please respond again with the attached test read as your audio sample. I'm sorry for not getting back to anyone but due to travel and schedules I was unable to make the deadline.

I do appreciate your interest and we are serious about finding the perfect voice that will exude a compelling narration with passion, commitment to the subject and a cadence that will keep the attention of the viewer. Please make it your own.

The final project will be a 30-45 minutes documentary on the Outlaw Trail.

We would prefer to work on location in Los Angeles or Eugene, OR with the selected talent - please let us know if this is feasible for you.

Thank you


Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid, Jesse James, and Doc Holliday, along with a few dozen others were considered the top guns of their day. Most of them died as they lived either dangling from the end of the hangman’s noose or from a dose of “lead” poisoning. None of them died heroes and none of them died rich. They were outlaws. Unwelcome in polite society, the only home they’d know in the brief lives was a place called The Outlaw Trail, a highway of sorts that ran from northern Montana and snaked its way south, ending along the Mexican border.

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