Thanks to all of you that participated in our very first week!
Laurie Gaucher from Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Congratulations, Laurie! And thank you for the wonderful story. Your new copy of the fully-restored ‘Billy Jack’ is on its way to you.
How can folks win this week’s contest? Submit your story in the comments section below. The story with the most votes (yes, you can tell your family and friends to vote for you, but each person can vote only onece) at the end of the week wins. It’s pretty simple.
The winners of the weekly contest are automatically entered into finals where stories will be chosen to include in the documentary*.
- something that moved you from the film
- something in your life that echoed a scene or message from the film
- how the film impacted you or someone you know
- a lesson you learned from watching the film
- a funny story surrounding going to or watching the film
- your memory of how widespread conversation about the film was at the time
- anything that comes to mind when you think of ‘Billy Jack’
We want to hear them all. No story too simple. No story too complex.
Post your story now (below) and tell your family and friends to vote. Next Monday we could be shipping a brand-new ‘Billy Jack’ Blu-ray to you!
*In case you haven’t noticed elsewhere on the site, we’re producing a documentary about the making of ‘Billy Jack‘, and the insane story behind how it came to be. Part of the documentary will feature folks who saw the movie, and their stories of how the film impacted them. In order to begin the process of gathering those stories, we’re running a contest here on the site. To enter, simply post your story in the comment section below.
- BY POSTING YOUR STORY, YOU AGREE TO ALLOW BILLY JACK RIGHTS, LLC., TO USE YOUR STORY IN WHOLE OR IN PART IN ANY MEDIA, IN ANY WAY, WITHOUT COMPENSATION.
- Billy Jack Rights, LLC., reserves the right to select stories that do not win a weekly or year-end contest. So we will be reading all the submissions. Just because you don’t get the most votes doesn’t mean your story is out.