Here’s second Port Townsend Film Festival guest clue

THE PORT TOWNSEND Film Festival today revealed the second clue in its 2007 “Guess the Guest” contest.

The “guest” will be this year’s movie celebrity who will keynote the Sept. 28-30 festival.

Here’s today’s clue:

The 2007 Port Townsend Film Festival special guest admired a prostitute in his (or her) second stage appearance.

The first clue, announced earlier:

In the guest’s first stage appearance, the 2007 Port Townsend Film Festival special guest worked with a classic vaudevillian.

One more clue will be published in the Peninsula Daily News.

To enter, send the name of your guest guess, along with your name and daytime telephone number, to [email protected], subject: Guess the Guest.

Or write the information on an 8-inch by 11-inch sheet of paper and mail to PTFF Contest, P.O. Box 594, Port Townsend, WA 98368, with “Guess the Guest” on the envelope.

Entries also can be taken to 211 Taylor St., Suite 33 (third floor, Mount Baker Block) in downtown Port Townsend.

If the door is locked, place entries in the video return box on the floor next to the door.

The winner, drawn from the names of all who correctly guess the guest’s identity, will receive two tickets to the Sept. 29 screening of a major film by the guest, an invitation for two to the reception afterward, and an introduction to the guest.

All those who correctly identify the guest by 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 24, will receive a copy of the 2007 Port Townsend Film Festival poster.

The contest winner and the guest star will be announced on Wednesday, Aug. 29.

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