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Calling on Michigan

Calling on Michigan(1949)

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  • Calling on Michigan

    • Keith
    • 7/22/13

    I saw this short the other day; what a wonderful treat to see so many of the areas of Michigan that I've visited in the past! It tickled me to see the segment on Spikehorn Myers and his bears as i grew up about 15 miles of Harrison, where he lived. Spikehorn was quite the 'wheeler and dealer' in the area; actually very smart and quite a visionary. Someone once asked an individual if he thought Spikehorn was a liar. The man thought a bit and said, "Well, I wouldn't exactly call him a liar, but he's mighty reckless with the truth!"

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    • Tristan
    • 9/27/10

    I saw this short film today after watching God is my co-pilot and was delighted to see some of the areas in Michigan I had not seen in years. I had lived out of Michigan for some time and in recent years retired and bought a cottage in the Gaylord, Michigan area on Otsego Lake. After watching the film short I think I'm going to visit all those places once again. Thanks for bringing back so many wonderful memories from my childhood!ps..........you need to release the short on DVD!

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