“Forgotten Hollywood”- Let’s Look at the Tote Board (#16)…

Posted on April 25, 2013 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

  The FORGOTTEN HOLLYWOOD Pilot Documentary (Development) funding campaign is in its final month and 16th week on INDIEGOGO. We’ve approached 65% of our goal. Click on the link if you’re interested in making a contribution:




~ JANNIE REBRASSIER ($100) – Jannie is a veteran hairstylist in Southern California. Her current workplace is Angelo’s Hair Salon in Huntington Beach. Located at the corner of Golden West and Garfield, this is my go-to place when I need my hair cut. In fact, Jannie has been styling my locks for over 25 years. Just recently, her son has entered military service, and he is preparing to travel abroad. Every day, I send a prayer to the ReBrassier family for his safe harbor. I hope you will do the same.

angelo's #2

~ DEBORAH WHITMORE ($25) – Deborah is the latest person to visit my Indiegogo site to place a contribution for our documentary campaign. My message is resonating throughout Southern California, and beyond…

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   During this 2013 campaign, I’m asking friends, family, and supporters to help us achieve our 120+ day (19-week) goal of $500086 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

   Again… here’s the INDIEGOGO link for the details (and you’re chance to contribute):


   All participants will warmly receive screen thanks at the conclusion of the Documentary.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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