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Local actors, extras and locations gives ‘Tarnished Notes’ a hometown feel

Sampson County native Pam Hyatt in her role as Detective Malone, based on real-life Clinton Police officer Frances Register who helped crack the Dan Arnold murder case back in the 1980s, stares down fictional character Judith Daniels during filming.


Outside the Tarrville Courthouse (in reality the Sampson County Courthouse) local extras, including Randy Jackson and Chris Guitterez as sheriff’s officers, wait for the verdict in the Judith Daniels case during the first week of ‘Tarnished Notes’ filming.


Director Mitchell Maxwell offers suggestions during the beauty shop scene at Perfect Touch Beauty Salon, as lead actress Cari Moskow listens. (Phil Smoot/Tarnished Notes)


Director Mitchell Maxwell shares a laugh with ‘Tarnished Notes’ lead actors Ryan Joyner (as Kyle Sampson) and Elijah Chester (as Jim Daniels) during the barber shop scene.


Sampson Independent Publisher and Editor Sherry Matthews is surrounded by camera and boom operators as she prepares to deliver lines as news anchor Tish Wallace during the first week of filming ‘Tarnished Notes,’ the movie based on Matthews’ soon-to-be-published novel, provisionally titled ‘Hymn of Commitment.’


The Tarrville choir - Laura Jones, Sarah Crumpler, Cathy Crumpler, Gina Hardy, Karen Benton, Kathy Day, Garrett Southerland, Janet Blanchard, Chris Heath, Charlie Albertson and Mickey Benton - get a little direction from Elijah Chester in his role as minister of music Jim Daniels.


Lead ‘Tarnished Notes’ actress Cari Moskow with onscreen daughter Jennifer, played by Sampson youngster Blair Gainey, during a picnic scene at Beulah United Methodist Church.


Director Mitchell Maxwell goes over blocking with Piggly Wiggly’s Michael Lindsay. The College Street Piggly Wiggly was one of the locations for filming of ‘Tarnished Notes,’ and the Jordan Shopping Center grocery store was one of the lunch vendors for the cast and crew.


Sampson County native Pam Hyatt in her role as Detective Malone, based on real-life Clinton Police officer Frances Register who helped crack the Dan Arnold murder case back in the 1980s, stares down fictional character Judith Daniels during filming.

Outside the Tarrville Courthouse (in reality the Sampson County Courthouse) local extras, including Randy Jackson and Chris Guitterez as sheriff’s officers, wait for the verdict in the Judith Daniels case during the first week of ‘Tarnished Notes’ filming.

Director Mitchell Maxwell shares a laugh with ‘Tarnished Notes’ lead actors Ryan Joyner (as Kyle Sampson) and Elijah Chester (as Jim Daniels) during the barber shop scene.

Sampson Independent Publisher and Editor Sherry Matthews is surrounded by camera and boom operators as she prepares to deliver lines as news anchor Tish Wallace during the first week of filming ‘Tarnished Notes,’ the movie based on Matthews’ soon-to-be-published novel, provisionally titled ‘Hymn of Commitment.’

The Tarrville choir – Laura Jones, Sarah Crumpler, Cathy Crumpler, Gina Hardy, Karen Benton, Kathy Day, Garrett Southerland, Janet Blanchard, Chris Heath, Charlie Albertson and Mickey Benton – get a little direction from Elijah Chester in his role as minister of music Jim Daniels.

Lead ‘Tarnished Notes’ actress Cari Moskow with onscreen daughter Jennifer, played by Sampson youngster Blair Gainey, during a picnic scene at Beulah United Methodist Church.

Director Mitchell Maxwell goes over blocking with Piggly Wiggly’s Michael Lindsay. The College Street Piggly Wiggly was one of the locations for filming of ‘Tarnished Notes,’ and the Jordan Shopping Center grocery store was one of the lunch vendors for the cast and crew.

Local actors, extras and locations gives ‘Tarnished Notes’ a hometown feel

Sampson County native Pam Hyatt in her role as Detective Malone, based on real-life Clinton Police officer Frances Register who helped crack the Dan Arnold murder case back in the 1980s, stares down fictional character Judith Daniels during filming.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_22384877355_2ebe86553d_z.jpgSampson County native Pam Hyatt in her role as Detective Malone, based on real-life Clinton Police officer Frances Register who helped crack the Dan Arnold murder case back in the 1980s, stares down fictional character Judith Daniels during filming.

Outside the Tarrville Courthouse (in reality the Sampson County Courthouse) local extras, including Randy Jackson and Chris Guitterez as sheriff’s officers, wait for the verdict in the Judith Daniels case during the first week of ‘Tarnished Notes’ filming.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_21954102599_eaf085147f_z.jpgOutside the Tarrville Courthouse (in reality the Sampson County Courthouse) local extras, including Randy Jackson and Chris Guitterez as sheriff’s officers, wait for the verdict in the Judith Daniels case during the first week of ‘Tarnished Notes’ filming.

Director Mitchell Maxwell offers suggestions during the beauty shop scene at Perfect Touch Beauty Salon, as lead actress Cari Moskow listens. (Phil Smoot/Tarnished Notes)
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_21959221370_f9c0f60ab0_z.jpgDirector Mitchell Maxwell offers suggestions during the beauty shop scene at Perfect Touch Beauty Salon, as lead actress Cari Moskow listens. (Phil Smoot/Tarnished Notes)

Director Mitchell Maxwell shares a laugh with ‘Tarnished Notes’ lead actors Ryan Joyner (as Kyle Sampson) and Elijah Chester (as Jim Daniels) during the barber shop scene.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_22122534341_b72b094a17_z.jpgDirector Mitchell Maxwell shares a laugh with ‘Tarnished Notes’ lead actors Ryan Joyner (as Kyle Sampson) and Elijah Chester (as Jim Daniels) during the barber shop scene.

Sampson Independent Publisher and Editor Sherry Matthews is surrounded by camera and boom operators as she prepares to deliver lines as news anchor Tish Wallace during the first week of filming ‘Tarnished Notes,’ the movie based on Matthews’ soon-to-be-published novel, provisionally titled ‘Hymn of Commitment.’
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_22142878735_f3d3e879b1_z.jpgSampson Independent Publisher and Editor Sherry Matthews is surrounded by camera and boom operators as she prepares to deliver lines as news anchor Tish Wallace during the first week of filming ‘Tarnished Notes,’ the movie based on Matthews’ soon-to-be-published novel, provisionally titled ‘Hymn of Commitment.’

The Tarrville choir – Laura Jones, Sarah Crumpler, Cathy Crumpler, Gina Hardy, Karen Benton, Kathy Day, Garrett Southerland, Janet Blanchard, Chris Heath, Charlie Albertson and Mickey Benton – get a little direction from Elijah Chester in his role as minister of music Jim Daniels.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_22344863271_5cc813d66d_z.jpgThe Tarrville choir – Laura Jones, Sarah Crumpler, Cathy Crumpler, Gina Hardy, Karen Benton, Kathy Day, Garrett Southerland, Janet Blanchard, Chris Heath, Charlie Albertson and Mickey Benton – get a little direction from Elijah Chester in his role as minister of music Jim Daniels.

Lead ‘Tarnished Notes’ actress Cari Moskow with onscreen daughter Jennifer, played by Sampson youngster Blair Gainey, during a picnic scene at Beulah United Methodist Church.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_22341754741_d58c157f3d_z-1-.jpgLead ‘Tarnished Notes’ actress Cari Moskow with onscreen daughter Jennifer, played by Sampson youngster Blair Gainey, during a picnic scene at Beulah United Methodist Church.

Director Mitchell Maxwell goes over blocking with Piggly Wiggly’s Michael Lindsay. The College Street Piggly Wiggly was one of the locations for filming of ‘Tarnished Notes,’ and the Jordan Shopping Center grocery store was one of the lunch vendors for the cast and crew.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_22159081021_da93cdcb29_z.jpgDirector Mitchell Maxwell goes over blocking with Piggly Wiggly’s Michael Lindsay. The College Street Piggly Wiggly was one of the locations for filming of ‘Tarnished Notes,’ and the Jordan Shopping Center grocery store was one of the lunch vendors for the cast and crew.
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