A Remarkable Man
Ed Thompson's Story

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The DVD
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DVD EXTRA FEATURES
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* Movie with commentary by director Dave Hendrickson, videographer Jason Wilhelm, and Ed himself.

* "More About Ed:" Ed and his family and friends. Comments and interviews.

* "Ed on Freedom:" Excerpts of Ed speaking to various audiences on government and freedom.

* "What's Ed Doing Now?:" Ed talks about his weekly radio commentary, his write-in election as Tomah alderman, and a brief comment on his spirituality.

* "Just a Little Common Sense:" Three radio commentaries.

* "Teepee Commercials:" Six TV commercials, some of them spoofing law enforcement's raid on the Teepee.

* Movie Trailer.

 

 
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DVD INFORMATION
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Running time: 82 Minutes
ENGLISH - COLOR - NTSC

ENO YAW, LTD. presents A REMARKABLE MAN
Written, Produced, and directed by DAVE HENDRICKSON
Edited by JASON WILHELM and DAVE HENDRICKSON
Music by CATFISH STEPHENSON and CHRISTIAN BOEGER
© 2005 DAVID L. HENDRICKSON

Contact us: Info@RemarkableMan.com

 

 
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DVD PRESS RELEASE
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COLORFUL ED THOMPSON DOCUMENTARY
ON DVD!

Ed Thompson calls himself a “common man” but he is anything but common. A documentary about him, aptly titled A REMARKABLE MAN, is now available on DVD.

The 82-minute documentary opens with Thompson’s famous free annual Thanksgiving dinner at his Tomah, WI, supper club, the Teepee. It goes on to cover his spirited younger days as a tavern owner, boxer, prison guard and professional poker player.

The 1997 gambling raid on the Teepee changed his life and eventually led to his involvement in politics.

The documentary captures many aspects of Ed Thompson’s multi-faceted personality, showing his charisma, wit, and spirituality. Thompson’s story unfolds through numerous interviews with friends and family, including his older brother Tommy Thompson who was elected as Wisconsin’s Governor a record four times.

Ed is driven by a love of freedom and individual rights, and a strong determination to accomplish what he sets out to do. As brother Tommy says, “When Eddie Thompson decides to do something you better get out of the way because no matter what you say he’s going to go ahead and do it his own way. And that’s what we love about him.”

A REMARKABLE MAN director Dave Hendrickson, who became close friends with Thompson while making the documentary, says, “If you love freedom, you’ll LOVE this movie. Ed is one in a million. Maybe one in ten million.”

The extras on the DVD include excerpts from Ed’s recent speeches, additional comments and interviews, his current projects, including three of his weekly radio commentaries, and more. The extras contain enough material to comprise a movie by themselves.

These days, Thompson has expanded the Teepee the length of a Tomah city block, and he also offers a weekly radio commentary, “Just a Little Common Sense,” on local station WTMB-FM. The commentaries are archived at www.b945country.com.

A REMARKABLE MAN was produced by Eno Yaw, Ltd. Learn more about the movie at www.remarkableman.com. The DVD is priced at $16.95.

 

 
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