We know that you good people are enjoying the efforts of the people behind this campaign and we cannot thank you enough for the kind words you have shared with us. Every comment and every email really brings it home to us how many passionate fans there are around the world who wait, worry and care about the return of Frank Black.

Whilst writing to us is greatly appreciated, and we urge you all to continue, writing to 20th Century Fox is what really, really matters. No amount of blog posts, interviews or general madcap ideas that we come up with with bring Frank back to the screens and that's why we need you all so badly.

Josef, has been an undoubted asset to this campaign, as have you all, and sending a letter or two, as he did, is the single most important thing you can do. It need not be The Gettysburg Address, a few impassioned lines will be enough to get the message across to those that matter. If you're not in the mood for writing, send a Polaroid, a quick, easy and fuss free way to achieve the same end.

If you're wondering why Josef is posing with money, it isn't a bribe to get you good folks to send those letters, he found said money on his way to post his own letters to 20th Century Fox. We can't promise that all letters sent will receive cash back in the same way but who knows? Certainly worth a try eh?


Jósef K. said... June 23, 2009 at 8:56 AM

Actually, I found it, on a parking lot near where I parked my car, on my way to a bookstore to buy stamps and envelopes for the letters.

I've had so many dreams of finding lots of coins and it never happens. And finally, after years of waiting I find a bill.

Mark Hayden said... June 23, 2009 at 9:48 AM

The power of Frank Black eh? So many times I am drawn to look at the clock, for no particular reason, only to find is 10:13 or 19:19, makes you wonder doesn't it?

Now if only the Millennium fairy would send some coins my way (preferable notes mind) I would be happy.

Thanks for taking the time to write Josef and here's hoping everyone who sees this does the same. Letters, letters, letters, there, that says it all.

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