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February, 2008

Welcome to the official website of The Bond Force Legacy. We at Bumble Bee Productions, LLC, the producers of The Bond Force Legacy, use this website to keep you up-to-date about the project and to provide information about where to view and buy the film. We also share our secrets about research so you can do your own research for your own projects.

Film Raises More Than $5,000 Already
The Bond Force Legacy is a fund-raiser for Roseland's centennial, which will be celebrated throughout 2008, but which actually will occur on April 10. (On that date in 1908, the townspeople voted 100-0 to break away from Livingston and to become what today is known as Roseland.)

The earliest known photo of The Bond Force House, c. 1865.
For most purchases, $7.00 of the $14.99 purchase price will be donated to The Centennial Celebration Fund, so please support the film - and local history! In fact, we are proud to announce that we've already sold enough copies to generate more than $5,000 in donations. In fact, we'll be presenting yet another check to Roseland Historical Society President Angelo Sena and Centennial Celebration Committee Chair Barrie Werfel in December.

Please pick up a copy of The Bond Force Legacy. It is available at the recently reopened Fairchild's Market in Roseland, as well as at Rosie's Cleaners and Provident Bank in that town, at Wine Legends in Livingston, NJ, and at Book World in West Caldwell, NJ. You can also purchase the film by mail, by phone or online. Visit our Buy the Film page for more details.

The Bond Force House is Featured on a Throw
In October of 2006, The Kiwanis Club of Caldwell-West Caldwell produced knit throws featuring less than a dozen historic sites in the West Essex area, and only two in Roseland: The Harrison House (home to The Roseland Historical Society) and, of course, The Bond Force House. To learn more about this unrelated fundraiser, we've included an article about the throw.

The Bond Force House Centerpiece of House Tour
The Bond Force House was the featured destination for the 2007 Caldwell Women's Club House Tour. Over 300 guests toured the house in December 2007 as part of a fundraiser that netted over $7,500 for this worthy charitable organization.

Thanks for your support,

Jack A. Gordon

Recent Press
December 1, 2005 front page article in The Progress: Local filmmaker's work to open in Caldwell cinema
[ pdf format (143k ) ]

Winter, 2005 article in Suburban Essex Magazine: A Local Legacy Revealed [ pdf format (600k ) ]

TV interview for Comcast Newsmakers which aired on CNN in September, 2005.
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September 8, 2005 article in The Progress: Roseland Filmmaker Honored by Mayor. [ pdf format (176k ) ]

August 23, 2005 Proclamation by the Borough of Roseland to Jack A. Gordon. [ pdf format (176k ) ]
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July 28, 2005 article in The Star Ledger: Historic house holds spicy tales. [ pdf format (336k ) ]

July 18, 2005 article in The New Jersey Law Journal about The Bond Force Legacy and Jack Gordon. [ pdf format (150k ) ]

June 23, 2005 article in The Progress: Filmmaking Attorney Reveals Secrets of Local Historical Home
[ pdf format (480k ) ] [ html format ]

October 23, 2003 article by Edward A. Burke in The Progress about The Bond Force House and Jack Gordon's work on The Bond Force Legacy. [ pdf format 1.6mb ]

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