Denver, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/15/2017 -- Chris Weixelman has announced that he will be bringing to light the lost jokes of a 1964 John Ford film Cheyenne Autumn. It is literally a The Blue Comedy John Ford did not know he directed because of its adult jokes. Most of them were penis jokes and for half a century, they went unnoticed until now. Chris has hired native speaker who will translate these historic penis jokes and will bring that classic comedy to light. When the legendary cowboy movie director John Ford was directing the film, nobody including himself understood that Native American dialect and the cast took full advantage of that. The translators Chris has hired to decode those jokes will charge him $2000 and that is the reason behind this Kickstarter campaign. The goal is to raise $2000 by 24th of March, 2017 and pay those translators who will bring the classic John Ford work to a new and humorous light.
The legendary John Ford directed nearly 100 films between 1917 and 1964, winning four academy awards and his last film was Cheyenne Autumn, a movie about the Cheyenne Exodus. Instead of native Cheyenne he used Navajo (Dine) as extras, and language coaches. When the Navajo caught on that no one on set knew their language, they took the opportunity to fill their lines with jokes that were mostly about penises. "I know this is a lot of money to pay for that, but I think that cultural dick jokes are worth it." Said Chris while talking about this project.
All the funds raised through this Kickstarter project will be paid to the professional translator service who will uncover those classic penis jokes from 1964 and will translate them in the English language for the world.
Humor lovers of the 21st century can back this project by clicking the following link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1268825669/cheyenne-autumn-with-navajo-subtitles
About Cheyenne Autumn
Cheyenne Autumn was the last film directed by the legendary John Ford in 1964 and it had classic penis jokes in Native American dialect that nobody discovered yet because nobody could understand that language. This project will now unveil those jokes for the first time in over 50 years for the 21st century audience.
Contact Person: Chris Weixelman
Company: Cheyenne Autumn
Address: Denver, Colorado, United States