The guys


Welcome to Thank You, Lone Gunmen!

A fan project thanking the actors, creators, and everyone else involved with bringing us the characters on The X-Files, and their own TV series. Our goals were to raise funds to place an ad in the May 10, 2002, edition of The Hollywood Reporter, which we accomplished, and to donate all extra contributions to selected charities.


.... We've done it!

Although this ad campaign had a very short time to fundraise before materials had to be sent in, the Gunmen fans were more than willing to come together and contribute for a public Thank You to those who brought the Lone Gunmen into our world. Thanks to the generous donations from people around the globe, we were successfully able to reach our goal of a half-page ad, as well as make donations to our two charities! The ad appeared in the May 10th edition of the Hollywood Reporter, which was a special Farewell to X-Files issue.

View the ad!

Guestbook

 

Donation Totals
Total received:
Ad cost:
Total for charity

US$ 2545

$1695
$850

> If you want to help...

Spread the word! Steal a button (courtesy of LGM fans!) to use on your site and link to thanksgunmen.com.

> In the News! Two media mentions: At Zap2it, an article about the fan ad campains (written before the LGM project took off). At Scifi.com, a blurb about the Gunmen's upcoming episode of X-Files and a mention of this site and ad campaign! Thanks, Sci-Fi!

> Ordering the Hollywood Reporter:

The issue the fan ads appeared in was the May 10 X-Files Farewell issue. To order you can send a check or money order for $5.50 ($4.95 + .55 shipping) to:

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

Make sure to specify it is the May 10, or Farewell to X-Files, issue that you want.

It'll be one for the scrapbooks.


Tom Braidwood
as Melvin Frohike

 

Dean Haglund
as Richard "Ringo" Langly

 

Bruce Harwood
as John Fitzgerald Byers

 

Tribute to
The Lone Gunmen

In the last nine years, they have become a part of our hearts, minds, and culture in ways no one could have imagined. They have shown that loyalty, perserverance, courage, and creativity are what really makes heroes; that intelligence, kindness and desire for justice can be more valuable to the world than all the weapons ever built.

Text by Erynn, Sally, and Mel.


 

 
"You look down, Mulder. Tell you what, you're welcome to come over Saturday night.
We're all hopping on the Internet to nitpick the scientific inaccuracies of Earth 2."
-Langly, "One Breath"