Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Moore Launches 'Fahrenheit for Free' Campaign In Madison

<Moore Launches 'Fahrenheit for Free' Campaign In Madison: "MADISON, Wis. -- Michael Moore is launching a nationwide campaign to get more people to see his anti-Bush movie 'Fahrenheit 9/11.'
Moore announced Saturday there will be a national 'Fahrenheit for Free' day Oct. 26. He's trying to get video stores around the country to offer free rentals. Moore was in Madison at the Memorial Union Terrace on campus, for his 'Slacker Uprising Tour.'

The first two stores to sign on are Four Star Video Heaven and Bongo Video in Madison. ( Theater Locations )
'We believe as many Americans as possible should see this film before the election, before they make up their minds,' Moore said.
'It was a no-brainer for us. Four Star Video has always taken a stand on political issues that we felt were important throughout history, and this year is no different,' said Rick Hale of Four Star.
Moore said he will try to get corporate video store chains involved, but he doubts they will sign on."


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