“Forgotten Hollywood”- Let’s Look at the Tote Board (#2) …

Posted on January 16, 2013 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   After almost weeks, the Indiegogo funding campaign for our FORGOTTEN HOLLYWOOD  Documentary Pilot (Development) is taking off because of folks who truly believe in the project. For complete information… click on the Indiegogo link:




~ Geno Scala ($50) – Geno Scala is a multi award-winning screenwriter and owner of Shark-Eating Man Productions, with offices in Beverly Hills and Alabama. The company is dedicated to the creation of feature films, two-reelers, television, and stage productions. Geno is totally committed to family-friendly cinematic faire, and he is promoting our campaign in his social network.

Deborah Kafka~ Deborah Kafka-Hirsch ($25) – Debbie Kafka-Hirsch is a friend and  former classmate of mine from Van Nuys High School. She is a healthcare professional with business administration expertise. She has also created innovative curriculum targeted at patients, physicians, para-professionals, and college students. Her focus is on a patient-care ecosystem resulting in satisfaction driven by high quality outcomes. Debbie is certified from the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing.

kat romo~ Kat Romo ($10) – A former student at the Academy of Radio and Television, Kat Romo is an aspiring broadcast announcer. She currently dabbles on several internet radio programs. I also want to thank Kat for  linking the FORGOTTEN HOLLYWOOD Documentary Pilot campaign on her Facebook page.

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   Throughout this 2013 campaign, I’m asking my friends, family, and supporters of our FORGOTTEN HOLLYWOOD franchise to help us reach a 120-day goal of $5000. We are currently at 4%YOU can contribute ANY AMOUNT. This step will ensure Develpment, 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 your chance to participate:


   I appreciate your official future consideration… And, THANKS to our new contributors and supporters (above).

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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