About

After thirty plus years of pounding a calculator, I am switching to the keyboard.  Swapping numb3rs for letters. And perhaps finally, I will be able to dial a phone number without mixing up the top and bottom rows.

In the main I will be relating my memories from my youth up, and also adventures in historical research. And I will touch on my writing – poetry, plays, screenplays, articles and hopefully books.

I have serializing my fourth screenplay, “Rebel Treasure” which you can read here on my blog. Check the Scripts category.

Two other film script projects are on hold currently as I work on:

  • my stage musical – “Wilber,” based on the life of William Wilberforce, the man who led the fight against the slave trade in the British Parliament at the end of the 18th century. I am writing the last act.
  • and looking for a venue for my first stage play “The OutR daRk.”

You can check out my flash fiction project entitled #DiaryoftheEndoftheWorld on its page here.

And be sure to check out “The Adventures of Howard Kazanjian.” I have covered his time as an assistant director on The Wild Bunch, Camelot and Finian’s Rainbow, and am currently talking to him about experiences working for William Conrad and Hy Averback. Lots to come in the future, including his time as executive producer on “Raiders of the Lost Ark” and “The Return of the Jedi.”

 

A graphic that I whipped up for my second screenplay, originally titled "Ding Hao, Doll." LOGLINE: A young Army pilot elopes with his childhood sweetheart over her father's opposition, only to be separated soon after by the bombing of Pearl Harbor. As her father continues his attempts to destroy their love, he struggles to remain true to his vows, and to stay alive in the forbidden skies of China as a Flying Tiger.

A graphic that I whipped up for my second screenplay, originally titled “Ding Hao, Doll.” LOGLINE: A young Army pilot elopes with his childhood sweetheart over her father’s opposition, only to be separated soon after by the bombing of Pearl Harbor. As her father continues his attempts to destroy their love, he struggles to remain true to his vows, and to stay alive in the forbidden skies of China as a Flying Tiger.

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