“Forgotten Hollywood”- Let’s Look at the Tote Board (#12)…

Posted on March 27, 2013 by raideoman1 | No Comments

   Our FORGOTTEN HOLLYWOOD Pilot Documentary (Development) funding campaign on INDIEGOGO is marching along. After 12 weeks, our team is at a whopping 51% of our goal. Click on the link below to make a thoughtful contribution:




charlie Redner~ REDNER INVESTMENTS LLC ($100)Redner Investments LLC  is actively involved in publishing. Managing partner Charlie Redner publishes The Hummingbird Review, a literary magazine featuring articles, poetry, song lyrics, and excerpts from novels and paperbacks, twice a year. Based in Laguna Woods (an Orange County community),  Redner also co-hosts Write Now, a close-circuit cable show that airs each week. The interview program features authors and book-related themes. He’s also an active member of his local community book club.

   Charlie recently wrote a kind review on Amazon about the Forgotten Hollywood series of literature. He’s backed his written words with a magnanimous contribution from his business.

john diaz

~ JOHN DIAZ & ASSOCIATES ($70) – Pico Rivera’s fine accounting firm is the latest place of business that supports the FORGOTTEN HOLLYWOOD franchise of books and cinematic enterprises. They have been a family-run business for several generations. In addition to making a personal contribution; they recruited monetary funding from E.D. and H.M. Powers of Diamond Bar.

   Located at 8819 Whittier Blvd., Suite 105, it’s never too late to make an appointment if you need to file your taxes. Their number is (562) 692-0983.

phill cross~ PHILL CROSS ($50) – The business owner of Cross Web-Tech, Phill is a fine website designer, online web hosting guru, domain name registrar, and search engine optimizer, and his clients include Karaoke Scene Magazine, Way-To-Go Mobile Notary, and the TomKat Lounge.

cross web tech   The Seal Beach resident is also immersed in the karaoke lifestyle, and  often, Phill can be singing at nightspots throughout Southern California. For complete information on Cross Web-Tech, click on the following link for all of your online needs:


johnny-rodriguez-292x300~ JOHNNY RODRIGUEZ ($25) – Johnny has made a unprecedented second contribution. He has provided a full 1% of our team goal. An unabashed fan of Margaret O’Brien, Johnny is monitering our funding journey with anticipated glee. Once again, a huge THANK YOU to one of FORGOTTEN HOLLYWOOD’s dear friends… Johnny Rodriguez!

cathy albertorio~ CATHY ALBERTORIO ($10) – Cathy is one of my cherished patrons at the Starting Gate in Los Alamitos. A popular singer in the area, one of her heroes is John Lennon. She is also a huge lover of classic cinema, which makes our project an obvious choice for her to support.


   Phill Cross and broadcaster Ruben Jay are promoting the FORGOTTEN HOLLYWOOD Documentary Pilot INDIEGOGO campaign on their social network sites. Part of their effort includes our May 18th Bowling and Comedy Fundraiser at Westminster Lanes, which will conclude our drive.

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   During this 2013 campaign, I’m asking friends, family, and supporters to help us achieve our 120+ day (17-week) goal of $500075 contributors want to support quality family-friendly television programs, intelligently presented.

   YOU can contribute ANY AMOUNT. This step ensures Development, and we’ll be able to:

  1. Hire a research archivist to track down footage and photos; and secure licensing
  2. Hire a consultant / casting director to book actors and behind-the-scenes folks from Hollywood’s Golden Age; plus cinematic historians for original interviews
  3. Set up a production shoot to tape these candid moments

   Here’s the INDIEGOGO link for all the details (and you’re chance to make a contribution):


   All participants will receive screen credit at the conclusion of the Documentary Pilot.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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