“Shrek!” Chris Farley Version (1997; Partially Recorded)

In 1990, magazine cartoonist, William Steig published an original "fractured fairy tale" children's book, "Shrek!". The story told the tale of a vile, ugly teenaged ogre who is (literally) kicked out of his Parents' den and told to make a living for himself, scaring people. Shrek sets out to go off on an adventure, joined … Continue reading “Shrek!” Chris Farley Version (1997; Partially Recorded)

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“The Works” (1978-1984; Partially Complete)

Long before Buzz Lightyear and Woody the Cowboy flew onto the movie screen in three dimensions “To Infinity and Beyond” in Disney/Pixar’s 1995 megahit “Toy Story”, and Canadian company Mainframe’s groundbreaking animated 1994 sci/fi adventure television series “Reboot” was giving computer generated images a regular fixture on weekdays, there was the eccentric multimillionaire founder of … Continue reading “The Works” (1978-1984; Partially Complete)

“Atuk” (1971-1997; Unproduced)

Over the years, many motion pictures during production have been plagued with difficulties. Some, so much so that they’ve been rumored to have been cursed. This is especially true of films that deal with dark supernatural forces, “The Exorcist”, “The Omen”, and the “Poltergeist” Trilogy, just to name a few. So it may come as … Continue reading “Atuk” (1971-1997; Unproduced)

“The Game of Death” (1972; Partially Complete)

By 1972, martial artist/actor/screenwriter and director Bruce Lee  had already become a Renaissance figure. The former child star in Hong Kong now three successful starring roles under his belt in Hong Kong after being marginalized in Hollywood, "The Big Boss" and "Fist of Fury" under Golden Harvest studio director Lo Wei ,before striking out on his own … Continue reading “The Game of Death” (1972; Partially Complete)

“The Day the Clown Cried” (1972; Partially Found)

Here’s one I’ve been acquainted with for many years, now. The much maligned holocaust drama starring, re-written, and directed by, Jerry Lewis. In fact, this is pretty much what got me into the hobby I’m in today. Needless to say, this unfinished, unreleased film has been all over the news, I don’t even need to … Continue reading “The Day the Clown Cried” (1972; Partially Found)