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Dee Unger
Arlington, Texas
Wednesday, 27. November 2002 09:55 PM Host: Write a comment Send E-mail

We really enjoyed meeting you and the time spent to learn about you as both Ben Chapman AND as "The Gillman"
I hope you enjoy the little gillman doll I gave you I should have signed it but I forgot, you can bring it when you come back (I won't even charge you a thing! ha ha ha)
Hope to see you in Texas soon.

God Bless and Best Wishes,
Martin and Dee

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Stephanie Fritts
Denison, TX
Wednesday, 27. November 2002 03:03 PM Host: Write a comment Send E-mail

Mr. Chapman, Love your website and your work. Thanks so much for the autographed picture. Be sure and come see us next time you are in Texas!

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Branscombe Richmond
Friday, 22. November 2002 04:22 PM Host: Write a comment Send E-mail

Man, I love your website Uncle!
Can you imagine, you're a gillman and I'm now on the show Tremors fighting big worms. So, from Renegade to Scorpion King to Tremors, I'm following in your footsteps... I LOVE Sci Fi and Indian Motorcycles!

Best always, Best of life, Ride Free,


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Friday, 22. November 2002 08:13 AM Host: Write a comment Send E-mail

great site. my compliments on a long and successful career. peace.

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Friday, 15. November 2002 12:45 PM Host: Write a comment

hey ben
it was great to see ya down at CREATUREFEST 2002
hope ya had a good time.
thanks for the chat about the A and C
hope to see ya next year.

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Friday, 8. November 2002 10:03 PM Host: Write a comment Send E-mail

Aloha Ben,I was a fan of the Creature long before I ever had a chance to see the movie. I think it was the most creative and realistic concept of it's day and still so.As a kid I always wished I had a gillman suit so I could jump in the local pool and scare all the kids.I'm 45 now and I still wish I had a Creature suit.All the best.-Dave

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Chappy Taylor
Middletown, RI
Friday, 8. November 2002 12:29 AM Host: Write a comment Send E-mail


Excellent website!
Was curious of what happened to
the original costume? Did it grow
old and dry and crack, or is it
stored somewhere in a museum or
the Ackermansion? Curious!
Keep up the great work! Let me know
when you visit Rhode Island.
Have a kipper on me!

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jimmy lamarr wilson
Wednesday, 6. November 2002 11:31 PM IP: Write a comment Send E-mail

Mr. Chapman,

I have always enjoyed going to the movies as a kid in the '50's. I have always liked science fiction in the movies. One of my greatest memories is of going to the saturday matinee and watching a movie that will change me fovever! Who was this man, this creature that came from a time before man? "The creature from the Black Lagoon" is perhaps the most well written science ficion ever made and had tremendous influence
on the movies that followed it. It's a movie that you just can't forget. Well, nuff said. Take care.

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Jerry Smith
Aberdeen, SD
Monday, 4. November 2002 10:19 PM IP: Write a comment Send E-mail

Hi Ben and Creature Fans,

I have been a fan for more years that I can remember, since I was a kid. I am now 46 years old. And one of my wishes before I die, was to see The Creature From The Black Lagoon in 3-D. Life is short, I may live to be 100, but this year I have had four stents placed in my heart. The Creature has always been my favorite of all the monsters. This Halloween I watched all three Creature movies. It was great seeing them again.
On Saturday I had the surprise of my life. I was getting ready to watch Football. Nebraska Vs Texas. I was born in Lincoln, Nebraska. And I thought that nothing would ever keep me from watching the Cornhuskers. Go Big Red. But who should come by the house. An angel, a friend of my son, came by to get my son. My son was the M C at the high school for the local horror film makers of Aberdeen. I was told that they would be showing The Creature from The Black Lagoon in 3-D. Two cans of food for the food drive was the price of admition. Unbelieveable. A Dream Come True.
Life is good. I have a lot more wishes when it comes to the Creature. Maybe just maybe. And I'll keep wishing.
Oh I almost forgot to tell you. The 3-D movie of the Creature is the best way to see the Creature. His eyes really look great in 3-D. Plus I set right up front, no one in front of me. Just that nice big screen and The Creature From The Black Lagoon.

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Gene Page
Micanopy, Florida
Monday, 4. November 2002 07:37 PM Host: Write a comment Send E-mail

Mr. Chapman,
My name is Gene Page and I grew up in Florida not only watching the Creature films on television but also swimming in some of the locations used in the productions. I am now in my 40's and have two children and we watch the Creature films together! Additionally, I am a motion picture still photographer who has worked on other "monster" films, but I would have loved to have been around to work on yours, (I guess I would settle for a modern remake, which obviously would not be as good as the original....) Thank you!
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