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Writer appeals to Josh Hartnett through local paper

Josh Hartnett
Can't get your movie made? Try placing an ad in an actor's local paper. That's exactly what 59-year-old Paul Martin Hennessey did in an attempt to win over Josh Hartnett. The Alton, MO native wrote a script he felt was perfect for the Pearl Harbor star, but had no connections to him. In his frustration, he decided to appeal to Josh through his hometown paper, The City Pages, a free St. Paul, MN weekly. Hennessey's script is about a 1942 fire in Boston and the hero who emerges from the event. He felt that Hartnett was just the man for the job. His 1/2 page ad would attract any blue-blooded American as it read, "In the land of the free and the home of the brave where equal opportunity is open to all, there seems to be a gap in the American Dream, actually, more of a catch 22." Good luck Hennessey. You're gonna need it.














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