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Male late 20s
French-Canadian mountain man/beaver trapper, raised in St. Louis, living in the wilderness on the frontier
Slight or subtle French-Canadian accent preferred
Interactive game in a history museum depicting events in 1840s Frontier trading post. 2012-02-07 16:16:02 GMT 2012-03-21 16:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed 0 0 1 direct invitation(s) have been sent by the voice seeker resulting in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far. Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 50 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
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(Cedric Gerard is struggling in the snow: on his knees, with his hands clasped in front of him and his eyes shut tight).
Cedric Gerard: This here is Cedric Gerard. I been doin’ my best to make a living trappin’ beaver. But even I can tell those days are ‘bout over… hardly any beaver left to trap. Only got 20 pelts on this whole durn trip and barely saved them after my horse was stolen. Had to stash them pelts in a cave. Now all I got is my pitiful self: no money, no horse, no food and even my moccasins fallin’ apart. Now it looks like the snow’s pickin’ up. I’m gonna freeze to death for sure if I can’t get back to Bent’s Fort.
(Title card: ‘Five days later’)
Cedrid Gerard: Aaah. Never thought I’d make it. But I ain’t got time to even thaw out. I gotta get some food. I gotta find a job. Someone has to patch up my moccasins . And I better locate a horse so I can get those beaver pelts back.
[Main Gate -Just outside the main gate to the Fort - leaning against a hitching post – a skinny, bearded man in his early 30s struggles to remove a tattered moccasin from one of his feet. Meanwhile, a young boy dressed in Cheyenne clothing exits the gate accompanied by two or three Cheyenne women. They speak softly together in Cheyenne. The bearded man cries out in apparent discomfort, getting George’s attention.]
Cedric Gerard: Aaaaaag! My poor feet!
George Bent: Are you all right, mister?
Cedric Gerard: My horse was stolen, I had to walk out of the mountains and I got frost bite on my feet. Does that sound like I’m all right?
George Bent: No. It sounds pitiful.
Cedric Gerard: Oh, and I didn’t catch hardly any beaver and my moccasins are full of holes.
George Bent: Really pitiful.
Cedric Gerard: Say, ain’t you Mr. Bent’s son George? I got a question for you…..
• Ask him for something to eat.
[Triggers the following scene]
Cedric Gerard: (notices George champing on something) You got something to eat?
George Bent: Might be a stick.
Cedric Gerard: (disappointed) Oh, I was hoping…..
George Bent: Might be bark.
Cedric Gerard: ….it might be food.
George Bent: It is! Dried meat. (reaches into pouch). Want some?
Cedric Gerard (takes dried meat and sighs). Thank you. First thing I had to eat in three days.
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