Chalet Lizette Brannan up and coming Child Star

Air Date: June 8, 2014

Show # 173

Chalet Lizette Brannan will be live on Sunday, talking about her upcoming Television series #TheSparrows from Director Nancy Criss And from Nandar Entertainment. Also her new series #HitWomen and various movies filming this summer.

Just a little over 7 years old, Chalet has shown a remarkable talent in acting. She has been selected to be in many films because of her acting ability. A large number of her fans have seen this and many directors and producers have commented on her acting. Now with major motion pictures and including known stars, she continues to climb and keep climbing. Making videos with Walt Disney World has been a dream for her and she just succeeded in doing just that.


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Congressional Candidates Christopher Mitchum & Mark Reed

Air Date: June 1, 2014

Show #172

My guest will be two congressional republican candidates Christopher Mitchum in the 24th District & Mark Reed in the 30th District who are both conservative constitutionalist. Kicking off his second run for Congress, Chris Mitchum isn’t pulling any punches. ” n the past 16 years, we’ve seen our national debt double,” the veteran actor and political 295808_142995822466624_1908013115_nagitator told the News-Press. While he is only one of the eight candidates challenging incumbent Mrs. Capps, D-Santa Barbara, for the 24th Congressional District seat, Mr. Mitchum has made it clear that Mrs. Capps is his target.

Mark Reed is running as a Republican for Congress in the Statewide Direct Primary Election on June 3rd, 2014 in California’s 30th District. In 2008 the American people voted for change. After five years in office, Barack Obama has increased the debt to over 17 markreedtrillion dollars, increased welfare spending by 60% and 43 million people are now collecting food stamps. Over nine million jobs have vanished, millions have given up looking for work and the unemployment rate remains stubbornly high. Economic growth is stuck in the 2%-3% range. World respect for the United States is at an all-time low. Our Mid-East policy is in complete disarray and for the first time since 1947 Israel’s existence is truly in danger. Radical Islam, Russia, Iran and China are on the march. And the recent ObamaCare rollout has been an ongoing disaster with millions losing their healthcare insurance.

Together we can restore America for our Grandchildren and preserve the freedoms promised to us by our Founding Fathers. I am humbly asking for your support and vote.

God bless you and God Bless America

Both Christopher Mitchum & Mark Reed both WON the Republican nomination for the general election in Nov



Chris Mitchum & Mark Reed Interview


Rocket Boy/October Sky – Author Homer Hickam

Air Date: May 25, 2014

Show #171

Homer Hickam has written nineteen books including the acclaimed #1 New York Times headshotmemoir Rocket Boys which was made into the film October Sky. Rocket Boys is studied in hundreds of schools and is popular around the world. It is also being developed as a Broadway musical with Mr. Hickam as co-writer. When asked what it takes to write a successful memoir, Mr. Hickam replies, “It helps to have an interesting life.”

Mr. Hickam was raised in Coalwood, West Virginia, the second son of the mine superintendent, Homer Hickam, Sr., and his wife Elsie. His father loved Coalwood and its mine, his mother hated both. “Sonny,” as he was known then, was caught in the middle. Then he began to build rockets and live the story he would so famously tell.

After graduating from Virginia Tech, Mr. Hickam served in the 4th Infantry Division in Vietnam. Afterwards, he was an engineer for the Army Missile Command in Huntsville. He also became a scuba instructor and was awarded Alabama’s highest award for heroism for his underwater rescue work. With NASA in Huntsville, he trained astronauts and designed spacecraft. He wrote about that in a memoir titled Paco: The Cat Who Meowed in Space. He is also an amateur paleontologist who discovered two Tyrannosaurus rexes. He wrote about that, fictionally, in a novel titled The Dinosaur Hunter.

Mr. Hickam’s first book was Torpedo Junction, the true story of the battle against the U-boats along America’s coasts during World War II. Then came Rocket Boys , a National Book Critics Circle Award nominee among many other honors. Other books followed including the memoir sequels The Coalwood Way and Sky of Stone plus his popular Josh Thurlow novels—The Keeper’s Son, The Ambassador’s Son, and The Far Reaches— and his latest, the Helium-3 series titled Crater, Crescent, and, most recently, Crater Trueblood and the Lunar Rescue Company. More than anything, Mr. Hickam says he loves to write and hopes that is how he will be remembered—a writer who knew how to tell a good story.

Homer Hickam’s Interviewrb_to_os

Senior Studio Executive & Author Neil Russell

Air Date: May 18, 2014

Show #170

Neil Russell is the founder and president of Site 85 Productions, Inc. which creates, neilrussellacquires and licenses intellectual properties for exploitation across all entertainment media. Site 85 also produces motion pictures, television and music and has begun publishing books through its Rothington House imprint. Over the course of his career, Neil has acquired the rights to hundreds of books, screenplays, short stories, formats, life stories, titles, trademarks and pitches.

Born into a theatre-owning family, Neil began his career in theatres then joined Paramount Pictures and later, Columbia, in theatrical distribution where he was privileged to handle some of the highest grossing and most critically-acclaimed motion pictures of the time, including THE GODFATHER I and II, CHINATOWN, SERPICO, DEATH WISH, SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER and THE WAY WE WERE. Recruited by MGM in New York just prior to their acquisition of United Artists, he was charged with merging then heading the combined companies’ television distribution units.

During his tenure at MGM/UA, he oversaw the sales, advertising partnerships and extended rights exploitation of the largest film library in the world—more than 4000 titles—including the 700 Warner Brothers Pre-1948 pictures: CASABLANCA, THE AFRICAN QUEEN; the 717 Pre-1948 RKO pictures: CITIZEN KANE, KING KONG, IT’S WONDERFUL LIFE; the MGM library: GONE WITH THE WIND, THE WIZARD OF OZ, BEN-HUR; the United Artists library: THE PINK PANTHER franchise, the JAMES BOND franchise, the ROCKY franchise, MIDNIGHT COWBOY, APOCALYPSE NOW and more than 100 television series. He also worked closely with MGM/UA’s bankers to maintain the company’s lines of credit

“It was just after midnight when the girl in the
blue diamond necklace fell out of the sky.”

In Hollywood, an ex-con movie producer, fresh out of San Quentin, is lucky if he can get a valet to take his car at The Ivy. Teddy Chessman got his own studio.

Why? Because Teddy controls the most important motion picture property to hit town since agents were invented. And attached to this expected critical and financial bonanza is the biggest female action star in the world, Valentine Jones.

But good plans die horrible deaths, and foolproof ones, worse. And now, the guy who loaned Teddy the money to buy the joint—Rail Black, a former Delta Force operator with a private fortune—is forced to take possession of Teddy’s dream. And the bad news is just beginning.

Exploding from ninety years in the past—when gangsters and movie tycoons roamed Hollywood and scratched each other’s wallets—Rail is sucked into a quicksand of unsettled scores, duplicity and death, where a couple of billion dollars in boxoffice seems like small change.

From Southern California to New York, Venice, Havana, Mexico and Cyprus, Rail must disentangle the past from the present and come to terms with his feelings for Barrie Fontaine, a long dead woman—and extraordinarily brave pilot—he has never met.

And somewhere, out there, is Matty Aspirins, a hitman on a mission all his own.

Welcome to Beverly Hills is Burning.


 Neil Russell’s Interview


Neil Russell’s Website

Actor & Author James Rosin

Air Date: May 11, 2014

Show #169

James Rosin who was born and raised in Philadelphia, James graduated from Temple jamesrosin_colUniversity’s School of Communications with a degree in broadcasting. In New York, he studied acting with Bobby Lewis, and appeared in plays off-off Broadway, in New England summer stock, and on the ABC daytime drama Edge of Night. In Los Angeles, he appeared on General Hospital, and in addition played featured and co-starring roles in episodic TV series such as Mike Hammer, T.J. Hooker, Quincy M.E., The Powers of Matthew Star, Cannon, Mannix, Banacek, Adam-12, Love American Style, and two mini series: Once An Eagle, and Loose Change. He has written stories and teleplays for network television series including Quincy M.E. (NBC), Capitol (CBS), and Loving Friends and Perfect Couples (Showtime). His full-length play, Michael in Beverly Hills, a comedy-drama, premiered at American Theater Arts in Los Angeles and was later presented off-off Broadway, at the American Musical Dramatic Academy’s Studio One Theater.

James has written and produced two one-hour sports documentaries, which have aired on public television: Philly Hoops: The SPHAS and Warriors (about the first two professional basketball teams in Philadelphia) and The Philadelphia Athletics 1901 – 1954 (about the former American League franchise). His first book, Philly Hoops: The SPHAS and Warriors, was published in October of 2003, followed by Rock, Rhythm & Blues, in 2004, and Philadelphia: City of Music, (2006). In recent years, he began to author books about classic TV series, revisiting shows he felt were unique, entertaining, and enjoyed by millions of viewers: Route 66 The Television Series 1960 – 1964, (2007) (Revised Edition 2011), Naked City: The Television Series, (2008), Wagon Train: The Television Series, (2008), Adventures in Paradise: The Television Series, Quincy ME: The Television Series (both released in 2009), The Invaders: A Quinn Martin TV Series, and Peyton Place The Television Series (both released in 2010) and The Streets of San Francisco: A Quinn Martin TV Series.(2011). He has also been a contributing writer to Classic Images and Films of the Golden Age Magazine.      Check out:   James Rosin Website


 James Rosin’s Interview

James Rosin & Roy Thinnes of the Invaders

Independent Filmmaker Tino Luciano

Air Date: May 4,2014

Show # 168

Tino Luciano has over 20 years of experience in the entertainment community. Tino, as the 1982284_248443942009164_2998387949835964449_nDirector, has a God given talent and a director’s eye that gives the productions a standard of quality and excellence that is unsurpassed. In the photo on the left, Tino is in deep thought as he assesses the street scene for a big gunfight in one of our episodes. When asked how he directs such busy and big scenes, he replied, “The first thing I do is pray for an open mind and I ask the Lord to clear my head so I can focus and concentrate on the task at hand. I then ask for the safety of my cast and crew. Then, I just let it play through in my head and I watch it unfold from there.”
Tino is committed to using the production company that he founded to bring the message of hope, inspiration and redemption to a starving world in search of meaning and purpose. In our days that lack morality, spiritual values and devotion to God, family and friends, Tino is dedicated to reuniting and gathering the family together through a common interest of viewing the classic westerns that he himself watched growing up as child.

Tino knows that without a dedicated staff beside him, he has nothing more than a company, but it is the crew, he says that makes it a PRODUCTION COMPANY! “Thank you guys for all your hard work and dedication to Law Dog. Thank you for standing beside me, not in front or behind, but beside me all the way! Please help me recognize the crew below and know that without them, Law Dog Productions would still be working on their first episode! You’ll never know how you all have blessed me. I am humbled to have such a great crew!!”


Tino Luciano’s Interview


Independent Film – FAVOR “A friend helps you move. A good friend helps you move a body.”

Air Date: April 27,2014

Show #167

PAUL OSBORNE WRITER/DIRECTOR (Director ” fficial Rejection” w/Danny Trejo, Jennifer Tilly, Jenna Fischer, Kevin Smith, Traci Lords, Bryan Singer, David Faustino, Andy Dick, Troy Duffy & Lloyd Kaufman)

PATRICK DAY – LEAD ACTOR (Actor FX Pilot: “The Bride” w/Diane Kruger. “Waiting For Ophelia” w/Yeardley Smith. “Huckleberry Finn” w/Geraldine Page, Frederick Forrest & Lillian Gish. “Earnest Goes To Camp” w/Jim Varney)

JOE KRAEMER – COMPOSER (Composer “Jack Reacher” w/Tom Cruise. “Way Of The Gun” w/Ryan Phillippe, Benicio Del Toro & Juliette Lewis)

FAVOR Trailer – “A friend helps you move. A good friend helps you move a body.”

Kip Desmond has gotten everything he’s ever wanted: a thriving career, beautiful wife, and 31b736_17bdb4a7041a89797b6cc5d2a52ef3f2.jpg_srz_407_617_75_22_0.50_1.20_0.00_jpg_srzan affluent lifestyle, all of which is put in jeopardy when Abby, the waitress with whom he’s having a casual fling, is accidentally killed in their motel room. Desperate, he ends up on the doorstep of childhood friend Marvin Croat and asks him for a massive favor: help get rid of the body.

Marvin, an unemployed and divorced loser, agrees to make the body disappear, but the reality of actually performing this gruesome act drives Marvin into a state of deep depression and guilt. He turns to Kip for solace and comfort, since he’s the only other person who knows what’s happened, but Kip, wanting to stay removed from the situation, insists the two keep their distance. Increasingly angered by what he feels is a callous betrayal, Marvin begins to ask Kip for favors that soon grow in size and difficulty.

When Kip tries to refuse, Marvin threatens to go to the authorities with information about Abby’s death. Although Marvin’s ploy works at first, eventually Kip refuses to give into this blackmail, forcing Marvin to resort to more violent methods of getting the payback he feels he deserves. This leads both men to murderous acts neither had ever suspected themselves capable of.

 FAVOR – Producer – Star & Composer Interview


Author Jim Turiello

AirDate: April 20, 2014

Show# 166

Jim Turiello grew up in Washington Heights, New York, where he went to the many movie P1040959palaces in his neighborhood, as well as those at Times Square. As a prolific writer his contributions to music, movie and collectable magazines are too numerous to mention. His James Dean card set which included a narrative is still the best selling item at the James Dean Museum in Fairmount, Indiana, Dean’s hometown. He loves to travel and has been to most Caribbean Islands, of course Jamaica, and a place Errol would have loved, Puerto Rico. As a follow up to his book, Errol Flynn: The Quest for an Oscar, Marilyn Monroe: The Quest for an Oscar will be released in late summer of this year.

Jim Turiello’s Interview



Author, writer Thomas McNulty

Tom McNulty’s InterviewAir Date: Sunday April 13, 2014

Show #165

Thomas McNulty was born in Chicago and is a graduate 26897_1268224236782_4686674_nof Columbia College’s famed writing program. He is the author of the critically acclaimed biography Errol Flynn: The Life and Career, the culmination of over a decade of research and writing.

His celebrity interviews, articles, essays, book reviews and film reviews have appeared in numerous publications – from the slicks to the pulps – including: American Cowboy, Filmfax, The Big Reel, Classic Images, Films of the Golden Age, Kung-Fu Magazine, Mystery News, Comic Effect and Scary Monsters among others.

Tom has also published poetry in various literary journals. He is an enthusiastic martial artist and has a black belt in Kyuki-Do, a martial art which he has been practicing for many years. He is also an avid shooting enthusiast, particularly with guns from the American frontier era. He competes regularly in Cowboy Action shooting competitions.

Tom made his (brief) screen debut as an extra playing a “bank clerk” in the film Road to Perdition (2002), starring Tom Hanks and Paul Newman. He was a research contributor (stills and research material) to the documentary The Adventures of Errol Flynn, for Top Hat Productions (air date on Turner Classic Movies: April 5, 2005). He was also a contributor to the documentary Tasmanian Devil: The Fast and Furious Life of Errol Flynn, Flaming Star Films, for BBC Australia and released in March 2007.

Recently Tom provided the audio commentary for the Warner Brothers DVD release of Rocky Mountain starring Errol Flynn (released August 29, 2008).

And finally, Tom can be seen on the TV Land program, Myths & Legends, as a guest commentator. Tom’s episode is titled “Curses, Corpses and Alice Cooper.” The original air date was November 12, 2008 and it replays occasionally. He continues to publish in mainstream, independent press, and specialty print-on-demand venues. He is a member of The Society of Midland Authors. Tom lives in Crystal Lake, Illinois with his wife, Jan, and daughter, Brenna.

Tom McNulty’s Interview


Congressional Candidate for the 30th District Mark Reed

Air DATE: APRIL 6, 2014

Show #163

MARK REED congressional Candidate for the 30th district of California. Mark is the only true Reagan conservative constitutionalist running in his district.


markreedMark Reed is the 2014 Republican candidate challenging incumbent Congressman Brad Sherman in the 30th Congressional District of California. Mark ran against Congressman Brad Sherman in 27th District in 2010. Mark had the second smallest margin in the State of Calif. challenging an incumbent Democrat. Mark is now endorsed by over a hundred national, state and local elected officials and leaders. The list includes leaders like Michael Reagan, Amb. John Bolton and Michael Antonovich.

He was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley, a suburb of Los Angeles, California. Born August 11, 1957, Mark is a descendant of the Mohawk and Apache tribes, mixed with German, English, Spanish and French. After graduation from El Camino Real High School in 1975, Reed studied Architectural Drafting at Pierce Jr. College from 1976-1978.

Reed, age 57, is a successful actor, small businessman, rancher and an advocate for 320681_283241835020926_1063941457_nconstitutional government as specified by our Founding Fathers. After working in management positions for several years, he bought his first company at age 26 and opened a small retail store. He sold both and bought out his second company at age 32.
He has sat on the board of directors of several companies, chaired many national committees and currently sits on the board of directors of the CAB at KCET. He is the National Representative for American Indians, dealing with the national issues concerning Indians in Media and diversity contracts with the networks and studios. He has testified several times about vertical integration and consolidation of our media to the Federal Communications Commission. Reed says; “These actions by media is destroying our ability to receive un-bias reporting of what is happening today in our country.”

Reed has been actively involved in the Veterans’ efforts to save the VA Sepulveda and West Los Angeles medical centers from encroachment by private sector developers (profit and non-profit). Reed believes that Veterans land is sacred.

Reed is an avid rancher, horseman, outdoorsman, community advocate and animal lover. He enjoys freshwater and deep sea fishing, hiking and helicopter flying. He is an environmentalist and believes in the preservation of open space and wild scenic rivers.

A dedicated family man, Reed married Nina, his childhood sweetheart, August 19, 1978. They have three adult children: Son Mark, Jr. 32, Daughters Tania 31 and Jessica 29. They also have 7 beautiful grandchildren: Angelica 10, Ashlynn 3, Cloe 8 and Kalei 7, Michael and Riley twins, eleven months, Autumn, 6months. Mark and Nina have their 8th and 9th grandchildren on their way and they are here born Nov.14th 2013


I have twelve important reasons for caring what happens in Congress – my three children and my nine grandchildren. My wife, Nina, and I have taught them to work before they play, to save before they spend. They’re resourceful, thrifty, and self-reliant. But it almost 308037_283241881687588_1493816689_ndoesn’t matter. Because every time Congress bails out another bank, automaker, insurer, or mortgage lender, they pile debt on my children and grandchildren.

If you take the national debt as it now stands, and divide it equally among every man, woman, and child in the country, we each owe $37,000. That number will more than double over the next ten years. That has real-life consequences. When my ten-year-old granddaughter graduates from college, her share of the national debt is likely to be as high as $100,000.

John Adams said, “There are two ways to enslave a nation. One is by arms. The other is by debt.” I want to keep my children free. I’m running for Congress to restore fiscal discipline. I will work to cut spending, cap the budget at 18% of the GDP and pass a balance budget amendment. We need to grow the economy and pay off our debt!

Mark Reed’s Interview