So our first significant link for 2004 has been posted in Dooley's Links. "Robert's Snow for Cancer's Cure," at www.robertssnow.com, will present 174 original snowflakes in support of Harvard Medical Center's Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, where Robert Mercer --- the real-life inspiration for the book, about a lonely little mouse who's not allowed to play in the snow --- is on a new trial vaccine to keep his cancer in remission. Meanwhile, the parent KringleQuest website continues to support its founding charity, the Society for Progressive Supranuclear Palsy, and its Dudley Moore Research Fund. Hoping to determine the Society's status during the evening hours of each of the coming Christmas days.
Meanwhile, Richard has e-mailed Ilya and Dan at the Ilya Salkind Company, and sent them the "cold opening" for the proposed Santa Claus: The Movie 20th Anniversary Special. In it, Richard stands outside Times Square's Marriott Marquis Hotel to introduce the 2-hour documentary about the making of Santa Claus: The Movie.
Further details and the rest of the Special's script, if possible, are on the way. Stay tuned!