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Saturday, 7 November 2015

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Not even Trump can Trump Erskine Quint in Texas!! A born rebel!!!

British Aristocrat, mercurial stud, brilliantly intelligent and super athlete, Erskine Quint, has been invited to Harlingen, Texas, for a showdown with the local gun-slingers!

It is a well know fact that Yanks love British eccentricity and could not wait to invite Erskine and his entourage for steaming hot interviews, show-downs and the opportunity for "Unique English Total Madness" to infect Texan ten gallon minds (who the F is JR?)!

After his mercurial show in Texas he will then continue to New Orleans where the City has opened their flood gates and crazy minds for a new approaching Hurricane (non-flooding)! Voodoo priests have been employed to rid the City of evil spirits while Erskine entertains the New Orleans multi-culti population! This event promises to be bigger than Mardi-Gras and Haloween put together as the mercurial stud gathers fans, followers and freaks in his wake (a prudent analogy in the City of the living dead).

The trip to America follows the amazing news that a UK film company has contracted Erskine Quint to send James Bond into oblivion (at last) and Indiana Jones into retirement (Harrison, thanks, but no thanks, too old, stick to your outer space nonsense!).

Texas and Louisiana are holding their breath as Hurricane Erskine blows into their cities and Mexico has declared a national holiday if he dares to cross the border, they are all totally insane, si, si!

More as we film it!

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