Bents Fort GEORGE Charcter

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Bents Fort GEORGE Charcter 
George Bent
Male, 9 - 11 years old
Cheyenne-American boy, son of Owl Woman and George Bent

for educational interactive about a historic 19th century frontier trading post

2011-11-09 11:48:03 GMT
2011-12-02 11:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) 
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The Voice Actor should be located in:
Flexible Price - USD 250
Others (on-camera, infomercials, live announcers, spokespersons)
~400 words
English - USA and Canada
• Audio files must be delivered via email OR
• Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud
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Graphics: The battlements of Bent’s Fort and the terrain surrounding it are visible through the circular lens of Ewing’s telescope.

George Bent: What do you see?

Lt. Ewing: Huh?... [Close up, startled] Who are you?

George Bent: [Close up] I’ll ask you a riddle and see if you can guess: Two Indians face each other. The elder says, “Yes, my boy, you are my son, but I am not your father.” Who am I?

Lt. Ewing: [thinking hard] That’s impossible.

George Bent: Give up? My mother – Owl Woman!

Lt. Ewing: When you said, ‘elder’ I thought….

George Bent: I fooled you a little. My mother is Cheyenne. My father is white. William Bent. You’ve probably heard of him.

Lt. Ewing: So you live here at Bent’s Fort?

George Bent: That’s right.

Lt. Ewing: You must know a lot about this place then. Can I ask you a question?

George Bent: Only if you guess which of my hands is holding a marble.

Lt. Ewing: [sighs]: Another riddle.

“Sorry, that’s not it. Guess again.”
“Keep trying”

“You got it. Now I’ll answer a question.”


Try the military quarters. You’ll probably find him there.

She can usually be found in the Indian camp outside the fort.

Ask for Dick Greene in the Blacksmith shop.

You might try Kit Carson in the Trapper’s Quarters, or look for Yellow Wolf in the Plaza.) 
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