Guns Girls And Gambling

Synopsis: This story throws Elvis impersonators, Native Americans, a cowboy, a drop dead beautiful blond assassin, a frat boy, two corrupt sheriffs, the girl next door and a prostitute into a chase for a million dollar Native American artifact stolen during a poker game at a casino.
Genre: Crime, Thriller
Director(s): Michael Winnick
Production: Independent Pictures
90 min

Be right back.

The angels...

...not half so happy in heaven,

went envying her and me.

That was the reason as all men

know in this kingdom by the sea.

That the wind came out of

the cloud by night,


and killing... Annabel Lee.


Wrong answer!

The White Man versus the Indians.

That's what we all learned in school.

But that's not entirely


It was actually the

White Man versus the Indians...

versus the Indians.

You see, when the Europeans

first came to the New World,

the Indians viewed them

as just another tribe.

One to trade with, fight with,

or ally with

...against other Indians.

But the Europeans brought

with them something

that the Indians had

never seen before...

...and had no defense against.

And I'm not talking about guns and

disease and facial hair...

though that was true, too.


I'm talking about GREED.

And soon, the Indian tribes

were being backstabbed

and treaties were being broken,

and whole peoples were being slaughtered

and moved onto reservations...

...and that was completely barren

and worthless.

And that was supposed to be the

end of the story.

Except for the fact

that the Europeans forgot that

greed is contagious.

And the Indian tribes,

along with Smallpox

and Whooping Cough,

had caught it...

and learned to wield it against

their conquerors.

Wichch is where I come in

Victim number 299 million

458 thousand,


There I am now.

Not a bad looking guy.


Maybe that's not the best

place to start.

There we go. Much better.

So there I was.

At an Indian Gaming Casino.

Just passing through.

I was like an old West gun fighter

coming into town,

looking to right

past wrongs and make a fortune.

Except, of course..

I didn't have a gun or know

the first thing about fighting.

So I played the slots instead...

before realising I needed to

try my luck elsewhere.

Name, address, phone number.

What do you want my social too?

Sign here.

Good luck sir.

There Was

an Elvis impersonation contest...

...usually only a Vegas thing.

So on a whim,

I joined.

Talk like an angel,

but I got wise.

Your the Devil in Disguise.

Oh yes you are

Did okay.

Not enough to win or anything, but

okay enough to grab the attention of

a beautiful lady at the bar.

With your kisses

You cheated and you schemed.

John Smith lied to Chief Powhatan

about why he had come to the

New World in the first place...

that's why Pocahontas had to save him.

Ah ah, she was in love.

She was eleven.

I'm not eleven.

No, your ah...'re not.


Buy me another drink?


She seemed reelly interested in me

and I was pretty sure I knew

where this was going.

Unfortunately... doesn't always

go the way you think it will.

As it turns out,

she was more

interested in what was in my wallet...

It was nice meeting you.

Than what was in my pants

Which is so ironic,

considering I don't keep

my money in my wallet.

Thank you!

So instead of a night of crazy wild sex,

I ended up playing poker

With a bunch of the Elvises

from the contest.

And not that Texas Hold Em bullshit

you see on TV where everyone

now thinks they're an expert.

No no, I'm talking about

good old fashioned

backroom, cigar smokin'

five card draw.

Oh, you're going down this time.

I like to go down.

I bet you do.

But I' m more worried about the Midget.

It's not Midget, a**hole.

It's "Little Person".

Oh, that's much better.

Midget is offensive...

but little person is okay?

Who decides these things?

Screw you, b*tch.

Are you in or not huh?


Last week my girlfriend of three years

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