It's the world premiere of "The World," a No Budget Experimental Science Fiction Dendrochronology Western Epic. March 9, 2013, at the Echo Park Film Center in Los Angeles.
"The World" features Edward as Ambrose Jomes, host at the International Movie Network.
Also, Edward as Xenius Jomes, dendrochronologist and twin brother to Ambrose Jomes.
Jack Sanderson, creator of "Becoming Santa," as the Publisher of Tri Photo Weekly.
John Fleck, who thrilled you in "Waterworld" and "Howard the Duck," as the CEO of the International Movie Network, rival to the Publisher of Tri Photo Weekly.
Teddy Quinn, who chilled you in "The Ghost and Mr. Chicken," as Ted the Dendrochronologist.
A film by James. Production photos by Deborah Martin.
Filmed on location in California and Spain.
Edward in a place where there's caves and staircases and everything seems to loop around in on itself. This isn't supposed to happen!
Plus, scenes from the new picture, "Omadox."
Jerry and Edward, listening for electric caves.
Jerry, Janet, and Edward at Omadox Corporate Headquarters.
Teddy and his bodyguards, Sunny and Deborah.
Edward and James, photographed by Delaine.
James directing. Photograph by Jerry.
Teddy as William Fleurv, heir to the Omadox Helium Fortune and aficianado of Western switchplates. Photograph by Jerry.
Photograph by Delaine.
More Stars Than There Are In Heaven: Paul Amoreno, Edward Parker Bolman, Delaine Derry Green, John Fleck, Alan R. Green, Lee Green, Janet Housden, Sunny Kim, Deborah Martin, Steve Moramarco, Cat Noel, Teddy Quinn, Jerry Sims, and introducing Edward Lucas White as "Edward Fleurv"
If you don't read inverted Russian, you might not guess that Omadox is sort of an upsidedown spelling of хорошо, "good," or, in "Clockwork Orange" Nadsat, "Horrorshow." The Omadox Corporation: Bringing you the finest in helium, entertainment, and industrial strength glue since 1926!
And while we're on the subject, here's post apocalyptic feral James wielding a golf club in somebody else's movie.