ayearofamillionmoments.com – Fox’s A Year of a Million Moments

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Eligibility : Fox’s A Year of a Million Moments (the “Instant Win Game”) is open only to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States, the District of Columbia and Canada (excluding Quebec) who are at least eighteen (18) years old at the time of entry. Void in Quebec and where prohibited.

Promotion Period : Begins at 12:00 a.m. Pacific Standard Time (“PST”), January 1, 2011 and ends at 11:59 p.m. PST, December 31, 2011

Enter at : ayearofamillionmoments.com

Limit : Each participant may play one (1) time per day during the Promotion Period by any method of entry or combination of methods of entry.

Prize (s) :

ONE (1) GRAND PRIZE: $1,000,000 USD. Prize will be awarded as a forty (40) year annuity. Approximate Retail Value: $540,000 USD. Odds of winning the prize are 1:75,000,000.

Winner List : For a winner list, visit http://bit.ly/fnVPw0. The winner list will be posted after winner confirmation is complete.

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Comments (8 Messages)

Gail M Trevors
Aug 9, 2011 8:59

When I was a teenager, I went to see Planet of the Apes (Charlton Heston), I was blown away when the
Apes came through the bushes, for the first time, it is also the first time Taylor (Charlton Heston) sees
them………..sooooooooo cool…….at the time……..that is my first movie moment……….

Madalene Basile
Sep 17, 2011 10:52

I went to “www.ayearofamillionmoments.com” to enter a contest- not sure if it went thru! :)

John Riley
Oct 1, 2011 12:11

I found your whats your movie moment on a new edition of Mrs Doubtfire but when I ordered the new relaes I wanted all the screen out takes and making of the movie I bought it at DYNO records in newburyport Massachusetts , Richard is the owner, Im making a broadway play and who knows what could happen,,,!!!I could use the money to produce a new film and have to go to Sundance and Cannes film festival this takes money Ive been studying movies for 30 years I went to Emerson college and majored in speech they told me I was good but I would have to go to New York or Los Angeles, I was not prepared to make this kind of move so Instead I bought a Guest house called THE ARTIST HOUSE in Key West and although I only had 5 rooms (humungos!!) I met all kinds of people and never advertised, I am a cancer survivor and want to make a film or play that would make a large audience based on things that are right in front of my face I hope youll consider this Thank You Sincerely John Riley

John Riley
Oct 1, 2011 12:23

I went away to private school, Deerfield Academy at the age of 16 I was older than everyone my father held me back in Kindergaten and then again whenI went to Deerfield but from there I went to Barcelona Spain,..where I had a poor family but my Spanish mother cared about me like I had never known before…Im still tryong to track down my Spanosh brother Jose Maria,..at 54 san Eudaldo In Barcelona I just have pages and pages of notes and quoytesd and I want my production to be serious but also funny I mean knee slapping fall over funny butr also sad and tearfull to go to Cannes and Sundance I need money and Help Ive recently been studying an Australian film that won all kinds of awards for costumes …music and movies are my love but I have no support from my family its actually the opposite I hope u can help me get started,..even tjhough Ive been planning for years,.Thank you for your consideration…PS Bob Marley music is definately GOING TO BE IN MY PRODUCTION siNCERELY AS WELL AS OPERA,..Thank you again for your consideration John Riley III

Nov 11, 2011 16:21

My favorite movie moment would be from tmnt secret of the ooze. When they bust into the club and fight toka and razar and the singer just busts out rapping the ninja rap.

Dec 12, 2011 14:26

Home alone: When maculley is alone playing old rerun movies of gangsters shooting and he incoprates it to the bell hop guy knocking on the door.

Gloria Murphy
Dec 18, 2011 16:22

Planet of the Apes, when (Taylor) Charlton Heston saw the bust of the Statue of Liberty. When he
knew then he was on earth.

Russel Bright
Dec 24, 2011 12:27

Fox movies are the best for all the family.. I really enjoy City Slickers as will as Planet of the Apes Legacy collection set. Thanks Fox keep the best coming.

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