KG and Ringy are on an old-fashioned gold hunt in the Black Hills of South Dakota, looking for the lost payroll chest of one of America's most famous generals: George Custer.
"King George" Wyant and his pal Tim "Ringmaster" Saylor, 'extreme metal detectives,' scour the country looking for relics, riches & lost pieces of American history. Their passion is contagious, their humor quirky, and their vocabulary--one of a kind.
KG and Ringy are on the United States-Mexico border, looking for Mexican Revolution nectar that could determine the site of a face-off between the notorious revolutionary general Pancho Villa and the famous American Buffalo Soldiers.
The guys search in Kentucky for a lost case of Prohibition era liquor that could be worth a fortune.
The guys dig to find historic artifacts to better understand the great San Francisco earthquake.
The guys search for Braddock and Washington's lost camp, hoping to unearth the army's payroll gold.
The guys explore mines that produced a fortune in silver and gold during the prospecting frenzy.
The guys head to North Carolina, hunting for Blackbeard's lengendary treasure.
The guys search sites of notorious gangsters, where there may literally be a hidden jackpot.
The guys search three sites for relics from General Grant's Civil War campaign to seize Vicksburg.
With exclusive access to Fort Adams, the guys search for items from its Civil War past.
The guys go to Dodge City, once home to the Wild West's famous lawmen Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson.
The duo travels to the edge of the Wild West to hunt for a cache of gold buried by miners.
The duo is hot on the trail of uncovering the missing pages of assassin John Wilkes Booth's diary.
While tramping General Sherman's iconic march, the duo unearth a relic they've always hunted.
At Fort McKinley, the guys unexpectedly strike one of the biggest finds of their careers.
Diggers movie trailer - starring Paul Rudd, Ron Eldard, Maura Tierney, Josh Hamilton, Lauren Ambrose, Ken Marino. Directed by Katherine Dieckmann. Theatrical Release Date: 4/27/2007
Two quirky pals scour the country for lost relics and riches of American history.
Tim "Ringmaster" Saylor and "King" George Wyant are 'extreme metal detectives'. With detectors in hand they scour the country for relics, riches & lost pieces of American history, while spreading a healthy dose of laughs along the way.
Hobbyist metal detectorists "King George" Wyant and his buddy Tim "The Ringmaster" Saylor travel the country looking for lost relics of history. Their enthusiasm is contagious, their humor quirky, and their vocabulary... one of a kind.
Diggers movie trailer - starring Paul Rudd, Maura Tierney, Josh Hamilton, Ron Eldard, Lauren Ambrose, Ken Marino. Directed by Katherine Dieckmann. Theatrical Release Date: 4/27/2007
Trailer for Diggers.
Diggers combines humor and pathos in a bittersweet story about a tightly-knit cluster of friends, all of whom are forced to embrace change as their small-town way of life is soon to be altered forever.
It s September 1976 on the south shore of Long Island. Ads on the TV in the local bar announce a change coming over America with the upcoming Ford-Carter presidential election, but local clam diggers are more worried about losing their already-fragile trade to an encroaching corporation.
Like his father and grandfather before him, Hunt (Paul Rudd) is a digger, but one with a restless, imaginative side exemplified by the black-and-white Polaroids he takes. Hunt s lifelong buddies and fellow diggers include Frankie Lozo (Ken Marino), a brash father struggling to support five kids and his longsuffering but spunky wife, Julie (Sarah Paulson); laid-back local ladies man Jack (Ron Eldard); and philosophy-spouting pot dealer Cons (Josh Hamilton).
A sudden death propels the four best friends to look at their lives, as it does for Hunt s recently-divorced (and Hite Report -reading) older sister, Gina (Maura Tierney), who works as a waitress at the local diner. Meanwhile, Hunt falls for a hip young woman visiting from Manhattan, Zoe (Lauren Ambrose), who wonders why his artistic impulses don t propel him out of a dead-end town.
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