Sunday, July 02, 2006

'Da Vinci Code' spoof: Murder, Mayberry and Norman Rockwell

A famous museum...A shocking murder...But the clues of this mystery aren't hidden in Paris beneath Mona Lisa's smile. They're right here in the good old U.S. of A., in paintings we've seen hundreds of times. Like the ones on mugs, Christmas cards, calendars and the covers of the old Saturday Evening Post. Holy Secret Society, Andy! This isn't that "Louver" museum movie by Opie who's gone and growed up to be a Hollywood director. It's www.thenormanrockwellcode. com, showing now on a computer screen near you — a 35-minute takeoff on "The Da Vinci Code," loaded with references to Aunt Bee's pecan pies and Otis' jug tipping. [More]


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