Just for fun, here's a story from WXII TV in Winston-Salem, N.C., about a movie being filmed in Mount Airy, N.C., hometown of Andy Griffith. Where's the plastics angle? It's the movie! According to director Rob Connolly, it's a "quirky comedy about a disenchanted worker named Bob Underwood, who works in a factory that makes plastic lawn ornament deer." Now I've been to a real factory that makes plastic deer, so I'm intrigued by the topic. Unfortunately, I don't live in North Carolina, because right now Connolly is looking for extras to be in the movie. Sounds like fun. Are there any plastics industry workers in the vicinity of Mount Airy who'd like to give an air of realism to Connolly's comedy? If so, check out the TV station link for more information.
You oughta be in pictures
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