Tour Of Duty Movie Campaign Details


A few background details for those new to the battle The Tour of Duty Movie Campaign, its been an on going discussion amongst fans of the show for years for a  4th series , a reunion project , or a film. 
In 2006 due to determination, skill, luck,  a film seemed a step closer. 
Sherry at
Golden Horse Productions along with Deb from Tour of Duty FanPage had been working really hard together to move this dream along to make it a real project.

Unfortunately it never happened.
Here you can read about how the Tour Of Duty fans community tried to help.  


They Need Our Help and Support !!!! 
Here's How You Can Get Involved

Tour of duty letter campaign

The pen is in fact mightier than the M16 and even Ruiz’s M60.

The future of a Tour of Duty film lies in demonstrating that there is a large enough fan base to make it a financially viable business venture. Here's where you can make your voice heard.

Each letter a company receives is considered to represent 500-1000 individuals/potential customers who didn’t write. Emails are also important, but as a genuine measure of commitment and interest, a handwritten postcard or letter carries more influence than you might imagine.

Post cards are most effective since execs do not want to open letters nor do they want to read letters. Postcards are cheaper to send and work best.

Tour of Duty fans are well-known for making a good impression so please keep any correspondences polite and to the point, using correct spelling and grammar (use your spell-check).
As a rule, it is also helpful to include some basic demographic and consumer information about yourself, such as age, location, and a propensity to spend disposable income on all things Tour Of Duty-related.

Be specific in telling them that you would like a two-hour movie bringing the Bravo Company back together.  
Not a reunion show.

IMPORTANT !!!!! Please be sure to add to your correspondence
That you have read on the Tour of Duty FanPage that a production company Golden Horse Productions has shown an interest in producing such a show and we, as fans of the show, would appreciate you considering their project on your network  should they go forward with it.

Please ask all your friends and relatives to write a letter or postcard for you. Send them one the campaigns e-cards and get them to pass them on the their friends, these e-cards are an great way to spread the word quickly to friends and family. But always remember to send a REAL Postcard into the people listed below.

If you’d like to see this Tour of Duty Film come to fruition — these are some the people who need convincing:

51 West 52nd Street
New York, NY 10019

You can also go to their website and use the feedback option at the bottom of the page
Scroll all the way to the bottom of the page and click on 'contact us" at the bottom left
Be sure if you do this that you also write a snail mail letter to the above. 
SNAIL MAIL IS FIRST PRIORITY in a campaign of this type.

TNT Network
Programming Dept.
One CNN Center
Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Sony Pictures
Attn: Michael Lynton, CEO
10202 W. Washington Blvd.
Culver City,
CA 90232

ENCORE, 8900 Liberty Circle; Englewood, CO 80112; (720) 852-7700.

HBO, 1100 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10036; 212-512-1000.

MAX, 1100 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10036; 212-512-1000.

SHOWTIME, 1633 Broadway, New York, NY 10019; 212-708-1600.

STARZ!, 8900 Liberty Circle; Englewood, CO 80112; (720) 852-7700.

TMC, 1633 Broadway, New York, NY 10019; 212-708-1600

TV Guide:
Multichannel News
245 West 17th Street 3rd floor
New York, NY, 10011

tel- 212-645-0067

The Associated Press:
David Bauer or Bruce DeSilva
The Associated Press National Desk
50 Rockerfeller Plaza
New York, New York 10020

email address for either person:

Letters Department
TV Guide
Radnor, PA 19088

Parade Magazine
Walter Scott
Box 5001
Grand Central Station
New York, NY 10164-5001

Us Weekly Letters
1290 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10104-0291
fax: 212-767-8214

Entertainment Weekly
1675 Broadway New York
NY 10019


People Time & Life Building
Rockefeller Center
New York, NY 10020
fax: 212-522-0794

New York Times:

Maureen Dowd
(LA Times journalist)
LA Times:

Chicago Sun Times:
Robert Feder, Reporter of the entertainment section:)

Chicago Tribune:
Tim Bannon is the editor of the Tempo/Entertainment section. His
email addy:

A Johnson of the Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune:
435 N. Michigan Ave
Chicago, Il 60611
fax#: 312-222-2598

Boston Globe:

USA Today:

Letters to the Editor
The Washington Post
1150 15th St, NW
Washington, DC 20071

Networks to Mail with your interest in them carrying a Tour of Duty Movie.

Dean Valentine (CEO)
Adam Ware (COO)
Kevin Levy (Sr VP, Sched & Aquisitions)
Danielle Greene (Alternative Development, Current programming)

United Paramount Network
11800 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles,
CA 90025
Phone: 310-575-7000
fax: 310 575 7210

Jerry Offsay (Pres., programming)
Mathew Duda (VP, aquisitions and planning)
Gary Levine (VP., Original programming)

Showtime Networks
10880 Wilshire Blvd. Stes. 1500 & 1600
Los Angeles, CA 90024
phone 310-234-5200
fax: 310-234-5393

and on the East Coast

Mathew C Blank (Chairman, CEO)
Frank Pintauro (Sr VP, Creative Director, Original Programming)

Showtime Networks
1633 Broadway
New York, NY 10019
phone: 212-708-1600
Fax: 212-708-1217

TNT – who ran Tour Of Duty for many years
Robert DeBitetto (pres, original programming)
Julie Wietz (exec vp. original programming)

Turner Network Television
1888 Century Park East, 14th Fl.
Los Angeles, CA 90067
phone: 310-551-6300


Turner Network Television
1010 Techwood Dr. NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
phone - 404/827-2599
phone - 404-827-1647
fax - 404/827-1700
fax - 404 - 885 - 4318

Matt Roush (at TV Guide)
Box 500
Radnor, PA 19088 - 0500

TV Guide at and
Letters Department TV Guide
Radnor, PA 19088

People Magazine People

Entertainment Weekly

The Celebrity Cafe
P.O. Box 19
NY 11565

@NZone Magazine

Midwest Today Online
P.O. Box 685
Panora,Iowa 50216

Hollywood Reporter

Entertainment Tonight
Robert Bianco, USA Today's TV Critic

Robert Bianco, USA Today's TV Critic
7950 Jones Branch Drive
VA 22108-0605

Press Contacts

TV and
Customer Service Department
P.O.Box 900
PA 19088

Entertainment Tonight-
USA Today-
7950 Jones Branch Drive
VA 22108-0605

CNN interactive-
One CNN Center
GA 30303

Entertainment Weekly- 

ABC World News Tonight-
ABC News
7 West 66th Street
New York,
NY 10023

The Hollywood Reporter-
The Hollywood Reporter 
5055 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles,
CA 90036-4396


5700 Wilshire Blvd.
Suite 120
Los Angeles,CA 90036

New York Daily News-
450 West 33 Street
New York,NY 10001

Cinescape at
P.O. Box 807
Venice,CA 90294
EOnline e-mail:

On-line Tour Of Duty Petitions:

Reunion Movie Petition

The Tour Of Duty fans for a DVD release with the original music Petition