Meet the stars of the film!

The Packer Fence Painter----Christopher Handler

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Christopher Handler has painted slogans on the locally famous "Packer Fence" across from Lambeau Field for over a decade. 

Each season, fans write him hundreds of new slogan ideas via e-mail or post.

The slogan for 2013 plugged Autism Awareness in hopes to grab famed Packer fan and comic, Ellen Degeneres' attention.


This year's fence slogan pictured below.



The Gutting Family---Sandra, Phil, Ashley, Phil Jr.

While searching Youtube for Packer-themed houses, filmmaker Parkansky came across this spirited family.

The Guttings decked every room in their Iowa home in green and yellow, including painting their back deck as a football field with a "Packer ring of fame" surrounding it.

Game time is a precious ritual in their home---they even have a television in their bathroom so no one misses a second of the action.

Post the release of the documentary, the Gutting Family has moved to Wisconsin so daughter Ashley could attend University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. They love being closer to the Packers.

Anna Walentowski


Anna Walentowski is the youngest person to have had her wish granted by The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Wisconsin. Around age 2, Anna was diagnosed with Alexander's disease, a rare brain disorder. Doctors gave Jeff and Jennifer Walentowski their condolences; they didn't expect Anna to make it. 

In 2004, Anna had her wish granted to meet Brett Favre and the Packers. She joined their huddles at practice, played catch and had a personal tour of Lambeau.

Today, Anna is the oldest person living with an early diagnosis of Alexander's disease. She started high school in the fall.

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Tom Little----2010 inductee into the Packer Fan Hall of Fame

Little exercises his love for the Packers and passion for football by coaching Brown County High School's football team in Mount Sterling, Illinois.

The year he was inducted, he led his team to the school's first ever playoff semi-final round.

Pictured here with his wife, Dolly and sons, Vince and Beau (named after Vince Lombardi and Curly Lambeau). 


Wendy Smetana

Wendy was one of the passionate fans featured in the book, Green, Gold and Proud.

Wendy refers to herself as a "Die-Hard" Packer fan primarily because she insists on having a Packer-themed funeral. She's already bought a green and gold casket and wishes to be buried in Packer gear. In lieu of a traditional post-funeral dinner, Wendy would like a tailgate party.

No Ticket Tailgaters

The goal of Amanda Thyes and comrades is simple: be the first people in line at Lambeau before the first regular season game of the year and throw a huge tailgate party. They don't have tickets for the games, the excitement comes from bringing the community of Packers fans together. They provide food and beer purely out of Packers love (although they do accept donations).  


The Packer House --- Paul and John Hillen

The Hillens furnished their house across from Lambeau field into the ultimate Packers lounge. It boasts custom made chairs with player silhouettes, "pigskin" leather couches and a beverage fridge for guests. The Hillens live in Minnesota, but travel to the house to watch every game.

"The Packers House" Facebook Page


Paulie Packer

Paul Gasper owns 265 Packers shirts and has worn one every day for the past 26 years. He had to make a compromise on his wedding day and wear a Packers tie clip, but all in all, he's been a loyal fan. Even his boss makes allowances for him to not break the streak.


Sue Stoltenburg

High school teacher and softball coach at filmmaker Parkansky's former school, Sue is fiercely passionate about football. When the Packers win, she refuses to give her students homework that Monday and when they lose...well stay out of her way.

Sue was inspired by the NFL's support for breast cancer awareness to get a mammogram and discovered she was battling breast cancer. She is now a survivor.

Sean Anderson

Born and raised in Dallas, TX Sean Anderson has been a loyal Packers fan since he learned the tough lesson of standing by something, win or lose. He has a Packers themed tattoo sleeve as he sees supporting the Packers as an integral part of his identity.


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Section 135 at Lambeau Experience

Matthew Lutskey, his three brothers and their group of friends have sat in the same stadium section at Lambeau for years. Each year, they pick a theme and represent it with costumes, a fun spectacle for fellow fans in the stands.

The first year, they honored cheeseheads with the "Cheesus of Nazareth" theme, the next, "Mr. Rodger's Neighborhood", of course, honored Aaron Rodgers.

Section 135 at Lambeau Experience Facebook page

Tom and his Ultimate Memorabilia Collection

Tom started collecting Packers memorabilia in the 1960s and currently has a collection worth over 350,000 dollars. His collection includes autographed Superbowl programs, shoes, helmets and trophies. One of his most prized items is Bill Forester's engraved championship watch.


  The Lambeaulance

The Lambeaulance

Packer Vehicles

Check out these locally famous Packer vehicles, the "Lambeaulance" to the left, The Big G to the right, and the autograph car and Bart Boyden's cadillac in the clip below.

 "The Big G"

"The Big G"

The Titletown Clown ---- Greg Jenns

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Greg Jenns, AKA The Titletown Clown, was inducted into the Pro Football Fan Hall of Fame in 2003. Before every home game, he stands facing Lambeau Field with his hand over his heart and loudly recites the "Wedge of Allegiance". The Clown is serious about making money for charity, particularly, The Special Olympics, and takes time during the home game tailgates to walk around and collect money for the deserving cause. The Titletown Clown has been an iconic cheesehead for many years, and has even been featured on the front page of the New York times.