Texas Film, "Differences Between Men and Women" Attempts to Break a Guinness Book World Record During Filming

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Carl David Blake Productions will attempt to break the Guinness Book of World’s Records on Saturday, December 19, 2009, while filming a scene from the movie "Differences Between Men and Women." The scene is part of a dream sequence in the film, and will highlight a wedding dress with a 7,500 foot train.

Carl David Blake Productions will attempt to break the Guinness Book of World’s Records on Saturday, December 19, 2009, while filming the movie Differences Between Men and Women. The previous record, which is still pending, was a 2,162 m-long (7,083 ft) wedding dress train for Lin Rong's gown, given to her by her husband-to-be Zhao Peng on Friday, August 7, 2009.

“They say everything is bigger in Texas, and we’re just reiterating that sentiment,” said Carl David Blake, the movie’s writer, producer, and director. “It will be an amazing feat and should bring more publicity to Austin as a professional film community.”

The record will be broken at Tim Wooten’s home at 409 Wilson Ranch Road, Round Mountain, TX 78663. The clothing designer is Watters & Watters, 4801 Spring Valley, Suite 108, Dallas, TX 75244. They have generously donated the wedding gown and well over 7,500 feet of wedding dress train. See http://watters.com/ for general information on the Watters & Watters Company.

“With all of the problems and challenges we’re facing today, people need to laugh more than any time I can remember,” Blake continued. “And the Differences Between Men and Women, which has to be a comedy with that title, is a hilarious story.”

The record attempt is part of a dream sequence in the movie and will take place 30 miles outside of Austin, Texas. The train will be assembled the day before the shoot (Dec. 18), and the media are invited to watch.

For more information, contact: Carl David Blake, at (512) 608-5295 or carldavidblakeproductions(at)gmail(dot)com.

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