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February 02 2005

Press release for James Marsters' 'Heist' TV movie. According to USA Network, it will air on Friday March 18th and there's a brief plot description as well.

Note this is actually a week before the date that was posted and then taken down on James Marsters' official website.

Well that looks like a good little movie!
I just wish it was Spike centered.

[ edited by SoddingNancyTribe on 2005-02-02 01:51 ]
I'm happy to see James in anything. I LOVE his acting.
James Marsters--led. Sigh.. 2 hours of James..
There seems to be a problem with this listing though according to various boards as it is not showing up on programming lists as James's movie but another movie with a similiar title
garda, a fan from "More Than Spike" e-mailed Darius films about this--here's the link: (Scroll down and read Spikealicious's post)



[ edited by twiggy on 2005-02-02 03:36 ]

[ edited by herb on 2005-02-02 05:58 ]
I'm sorry, but did that synopsis say that James Marsters' character in this movie is supposed to be aged twenty-two?? :o

Or did I read that wrong?
It's not when the story takes place.
May actually watch that.

Not to be too persnickety, but this is not a press release; rather it's a description of what the movie will be based on the press release.
I'm sorry, but did that synopsis say that James Marsters' character in this movie is supposed to be aged twenty-two?? :o

Or did I read that wrong?


The description says that when Bobby Comfort turned 22 he decided to settle down, but soon after he returned to his former life as a thief. It doesn't say when the events of the hotel heist take place.
Twiggy, please try not to put bare urls in your posts. If you aren't sure how to do it have a look at our Howto page.
Bobby Comfort was born in 1932, making him forty at the time of the heist in 1972. Many thanks for the link, Simon - I'd hate to have missed this. 'James Marsters led' - That's so thrilling to see.
Here's hoping for lots of marvellous roles for all the BVTS/ATS alumni this year. They all deserve it.
I am so excited to see James as somebody new, I didn't get to see The Mountain.
Makes me wish I had cable - might have to visit someone I know who does have cable on March 18th.

[ edited by Passion on 2005-02-03 00:05 ]
I appreciate that, Herb. I didn't know there was a "How to" page, so thanks for the link.

[ edited by twiggy on 2005-02-02 22:21 ]

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