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Igo Kantor

Posted on March 2nd, by hjrPH in Igo Kantor. No Comments

Igo Kantor

CURRENT PROJECTS:

WRITER, PRODUCER and DIRECTOR of “SCOPE”, 65 ½ HR. Shows for LIBERTY INTERNATIONAL ENTERTAINMENT, INC.

PROJECTS IN PREPARATION:

“INTERNATIONAL JAZZ AWARDS”, a 3-Hour TV Special commemorating the 100th Anniversary of Jazz, to be staged at the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles.

“TWIRPY”, a feature motion picture designed as a Family Classic. To be filmed in Australia..

“ALIBI STORE”, feature motion picture to be filmed in Orlando, Florida.

“KINGDOM OF THE SPIDERS II”, sequel feature to the famous film produced by Kantor in 1977. To be filmed in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

“SHADOWS OVER AFRICA”, feature motion picture to be filmed in S. Africa.

“HALLOWEEN SPECIAL AT DRACULA’S CASTLE”, a 1-Hour TV Special to be taped in Transylvania, Romania. To be hosted by Jack Palance and Phyllis Diller.

“SEAN”, western feature to be filmed in Arizona.

“LYON’S DEN”, anti-terrorist saga. Feature (also to serve as a pilot for a … Read More »


The Lost Tour Group of the Boulder Dam

Posted on February 22nd, by hjrPH in Adventure, Literature. No Comments

IT’S THE LAST TOUR OF THE DAY. A SMALL GROUP STEPS INTO THE ELEVATOR…. BARELY THIRTY SECONDS LATER …. AN EARTHQUAKE SHAKES THE COLOSSAL DAM!! The elevator plummets into the very heart of the Boulder Dam, grinding to a halt on a level that was sealed off in 1935. The tour group discovers a SOLITARY MAN — a man who weaves his clothes from the webs of giant spiders, survives off the power of crystals and has been forced to eat a very strange diet for OVER 60 YEARS… Now they must face the same fate or DOES SOMEONE UP THERE KNOW?


Circle of Sin

Posted on February 22nd, by hjrPH in Intrigue, Literature. No Comments

The Nazi’s developed Fusion power in World War II and would have devastated the Allies, if not for William Reed’s courageous operation as a British spy. Now, he’s dead, but his son, Gordon discovers hidden documentation of his work while sifting through old family albums, in his Chicago home. What he uncovers becomes a nightmare of horror and intrigue. But, the computer wizardry of Gordon’s friend, Spider, a starving Chicago Artist, gives him the edge to stay one step ahead of the government and alive. The pursuit leads to London where Gordon infiltrates the War Ministry files and discovers even more secrets in… the Circle of Sin…


ICU – Renegade Doctors

Posted on February 22nd, by hjrPH in Drama, Television. No Comments

ICU – Renegade Doctors is a one-hour, hyper-moving Television Drama where a small gang of dedicated doctors go outside the law to raise funds for treating the needy. Led by maverick female, Dr. Nikki Drake, three other doctors, two nurses and a worrywart, but committed, attorney make up the core. What Dr. Drake is about to do is to become the Robin Hood of medicine – taking from the rich and saving the poor.


SpeakEasy

Posted on February 22nd, by hjrPH in Action/Adventure, Drama, Film. No Comments

Chicago 1924 – the height of Prohibition, when life roared with passion and bullets ruled the streets. From high society to blue-collar worker, bootlegged alcohol made criminals of them all. They ran to the gin-joints in droves, consumed life and foot-stepped to the likes of King Oliver and his Creole Jazz band, Louis Armstrong and a young kid from Harlem named, Duke Ellington. It was a time with no end in sight, a time to “SpeakEasy”…

Bill Benchley, is a determined man, trying to maintain an honest living as a scrap and salvage dealer. His business partners, Uncle Bernie and Cousin Alvin have other ideas. By night, Alvin heists booze from none other than Al Capone.


On the Edge of Time

Posted on February 22nd, by hjrPH in Drama, Film. No Comments

A fascinating glimpse of the erratic, and at times, flamboyant man, who gave us so much, yet, about whom we know so little.

Nikola Tesla was a genius of an inventor who slipped away into a shroud of mystery, much like the life he lived. He created fearsome lightning storms, fired hideously powerful beams of energy into the void, gave mankind technical prowess unlike any other man before him. Yet in all his genius, there was missing the most basic need for a fulfilled life.

He denied himself the affection and closeness of another human being. There was a woman he might have loved, if he had allowed her in, but Tesla ended his days in sad poverty and alone.

Some of his inventions were so misunderstood, so fearful, so advanced, that upon … Read More »


Cutter

Posted on February 22nd, by hjrPH in Action, Television. No Comments

A “Sea Hunt” meets “Bay Watch” series based on a American salvage operator working out of Australia. DAVIE CUTTER is an Ex-Navy Seal with special training in Underwater Demolition. He’s originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, raised in the cypress-tupelo swamps. He has a Creole slant to his character, very pragmatic and rough around the edges, but he can play the banjo. While Cutter runs his own small marine salvage operation, at times he is asked to do “special assignments” for the U.S. Government. He is in his early 30’s, has a perfect body, and of course is a SCUBA diving expert. Has a pet shark named “Scooter” who follows him around at sea. He is a one-man operation, except for an Aussie sidekick, Nubbly Peters who has caffeine for blood. They end up in all sorts of diving … Read More »


The Lost Tour Group of the Boulder Dam

Posted on February 22nd, by hjrPH in Action, Television. No Comments

An episodic Series – IT’S THE LAST TOUR OF THE DAY. A SMALL GROUP STEPS INTO THE ELEVATOR…. BARELY THIRTY SECONDS LATER …. AN EARTHQUAKE SHAKES THE COLOSSAL DAM!! The elevator plummets into the very heart of the Boulder Dam, grinding to a halt on a level that was sealed off in 1935. The lost tour group discovers a SOLITARY MAN — a man who weaves his clothes from the webs of giant spiders, survives off the power of crystals and has been forced to eat a very strange diet for OVER 60 YEARS… Now they must face the same fate or DOES SOMEONE UP THERE KNOW?


Quest For Revenge

Posted on February 22nd, by hjrPH in Film, Thriller. No Comments

An intelligent, beautiful young lawyer returns home from graduation to find her father, a respected Judge, dead. It quickly becomes evident to Samantha that he was murdered, but a cover up draws a confusing line between the law and justice. Samantha seeks revenge and finds it in the most unlikely place.


Rattle the Cage

Posted on February 22nd, by hjrPH in Drama, Film. No Comments

Life ain’t so sane for a Chicago artist named William — A story of bizarre events crossing the line of what makes sense and beyond. William’s life is as easy to understand as a strand of DNA. His relationship with Cleo, the hooker, Gordon, his estranged boyhood friend, and Mrs. Everton, the rich, society nymphomaniac are only temporary yard-sticks when it comes to traveling society’s road. Time to Rattle the Cage.


Dreamland – Area 51

Posted on February 22nd, by hjrPH in Action/Adventure, Film. No Comments

Dreamland or Area 51 is a government base that officially doesn’t exist, but in fact, is located in Nevada just North of Las Vegas. There are a lot of good guesses of what goes on there, what with the public’s fascination with UFO’s, E.T.’s and government cover-ups. The truth is, the public has no idea what really happens out there in the desert. As far-fetched as this story may sound, there is sufficient private data to form a convincing theory of why we should be as concerned as hell about it. Look what’s about to happen to Matt Cutler…


Blood Brothers’ Honor

Posted on February 22nd, by hjrPH in Action/Adventure, Film. No Comments

The story of two American flyers whose fate has cast them both into Russia under new, but increasingly strained government cooperation. One is a straight-laced, military fighter pilot on assignment. The other is a rogue, smuggling Uranium 235 to the highest bidder. Jack Logan and Arnie Puma were best boyhood buddies from the innocent summer fields of Nebraska. They swore a childhood oath long ago… an oath of Blood Brothers’ Honor. Now they are pitted against each other in aerial combat and machine gun fire. This is an intense high action drama, coupled with intense human manipulation. The final resolution can only be accomplished with the cooperation of a young Russian man willing to risk his future and our American heroes. And of course there is an elegant, thread-bare Russian princess in the middle.


Muttis Gold Tooth

Posted on February 22nd, by hjrPH in Drama, Film. No Comments

Muttis Gold – The gripping story inspired by actual events of Yosef Rosenbaum. A young German Jew who leads his little brother David in escaping the horrors of World War II. They try to find freedom in America, but the nightmares will not go away. The boys grow up and apart. One becomes a dedicated art dealer, the other a gang boss in New York. They must inevitably clash when the valuable painting that was stolen from their family is re-discovered in the house of a prominent person.


House Money

Posted on February 22nd, by hjrPH in Action/Adventure, Film, Romance. No Comments

When three women decide to have their twenty-year high school reunion in Las Vegas, the casinos are in for a beating. A modern “Oceans Eleven” with smart, amusing and sometimes quirky female leads sets the tone. This is a fun, smart, con-within-a-con story, but each of our principal characters has issues of her own which are drawn out. Tears fall, resolutions are found. But in the end, are anyone’s tears for real? Are we being conned by the best? Which house are they playing for?


Twirpy

Posted on February 22nd, by hjrPH in Family, Film. No Comments

An action-packed adventure of a father and his son who inadvertently discover a wonderful, love-oozing, frumpy little creature in the middle of an erupting African volcano. TWIRPY… Ship-wrecked in the Tasilli N’Ajjer desert of Africa thousands of years ago, his eternal quest to magically re-seed the earth for man’s survival and bring love to the world in his own unique way.

BUT… an evil industrialist realizing the enormous potential of exploiting TWIRPY’s ability to grow massive fields of food, coupled with the Government after his secret of longevity results in wild, fantasmagical escapes, enable the family to stick together, save the day and finally set TWIRPY back on his course to help the world.


Kingdom of the Spiders II

Posted on February 21st, by hjrPH in Film, Horror. No Comments

Somewhere in New Mexico, there is a quiet, peaceful town about to be cast into chaos. A place where irresponsible experiments with nature cross the threshold of ancient Indian sanctity and set loose an army of tarantulas. An army whose sole purpose is revenge.

The United States government is experimenting with ELF technology – (Extremely Low Frequency), right near the town of Los Dos, only a couple of miles from Santa Fe, New Mexico. Overtly, it’s seeing the effect of vibrations or oscillations on plant life.

Can it be used to stimulate to faster growth? Bigger growth? etc. Covertly, ELF is being radiated through the brains of animals and in one scene, the brain of a convicted killer, sentenced to death row.

The net effect of ELF actually drives intelligent beings completely berserk. It also … Read More »


Echoes of the Dead

Posted on February 21st, by hjrPH in Film, Horror. No Comments

Gail Henley, the mother of a simple, everyday American family inherits a house from her long detached relatives in Ireland. She convinces her husband, Bill that country life might just be the thing to help their young son Jason straighten out, so they head off to the Emerald Isle.

The “house” turns into an overwhelming mansion. If the Henley’s are to consummate the inheritance, they must live there and support Gail’s great, but despicable Aunt Rita. The family decides to try living the “gentry life.” Jason has other plans, but he can’t help it – he’s possessed by his dead great-aunt (Rita’s sister) and keeps conversation with a young girl who, as she describes herself, is “un-dead.” To add to the mix, an old letter tells of a fortune hidden somewhere on the estate.

Gail … Read More »


Chiller’s Bones

Posted on February 21st, by hjrPH in Film, Horror. No Comments

30,000 people a year in the United States simply vanish. When Joshua Chiller’s wife disappeared without a trace, he decided to give up the hi-tech city life and become a simple farmer in the most remote Midwestern town he could find.

We find him plowing a field, when he inadvertently unearths a human skeleton. He discovers the DNA of the skull and the rest of the body match, except the skull is 400 years older. Impossible. But when the townsfolk start to threaten Josh in very odd ways, he realizes this just isn’t Smallville, USA. Something much more sinister is going on and it seems everyone is involved.

Through Joanne – a cafe waitress with an unusually high I.Q., Josh uncovers the absolutely chilling facts – human heads are being farmed to retain and further … Read More »


Hedons Realm

Posted on February 20th, by hjrPH in Action/Adventure, Film. No Comments

What happens to runaways who come to Hollywood, blinded by the stars in their eyes? A rich health spa in the desert called Hedons Realm serves as a perfect front for the horrors that go on below the surface. It’s not all fun and games…


Circle of Sin

Posted on February 20th, by hjrPH in Action/Adventure, Film, Thriller. No Comments

The Nazi’s developed Fusion power in World War II and would have devastated the Allies, if not for William Reed’s courageous operation as a British spy. Now, he’s dead, but his son, Gordon discovers hidden documentation of his work while sifting through old family albums, in his Chicago home. What he uncovers becomes a nightmare of horror and intrigue. But, the computer wizardry of Gordon’s friend, Spider, a starving Chicago Artist, gives him the edge to stay one step ahead of the government and alive. The pursuit leads to London where Gordon infiltrates the War Ministry files and discovers even more secrets…in the Circle of Sin.


Lyon’s Den

Posted on February 18th, by hjrPH in Action/Adventure, Film, Thriller. No Comments

A substance called Red Mercury is being manufactured into the catalyst for creating atomic bombs the size of grapefruits and there is only one group in the world that has the ability and daring to counter such potential devastation – Lyon’s Den.

Based on the tradition of clandestine operations “saving the world from disaster,” our heroes come from modern techno-lifestyles, each with his and her own specialties and characteristics. The international flavor of this team expands ordinary horizons.

Edward Lyon, the cagey old Scotsman, who is the leader. He’s been through it all with MI5 and the like. Paula Drake, a young, vivacious photojournalist with a brain. Ky Namoto races Formula One cars when he’s not on a tranquil fishing boat. Joseph Wind Spirit — a wild Rock & Roller with an earth-driven, Native American slant. … Read More »


The Brimstone Code

Posted on February 18th, by hjrPH in Action/Adventure, Film. No Comments

Experimenting in his root cellar “lab”, Friar Roger Bacon mixes five parts sulphur to five of charcoal and seven of saltpeter. What results is an EXPLOSION, setting the world on the road of new power, changing times and the fight for control. It’s 1242 A.D.

The church has instilled the fear of witchcraft and punishment of heresy into the populous. But one of their own order has broken the rules. He strives to provide a better life through his new found knowledge. Bacon is persecuted by the wealthy few of Oxford with the covert urging of one of his own brother monks — Amond Duparth. He is sent to Paris rather than risk further embarrassment to the parish.

In reality, a power struggle in the church between the good Abbot Dunsay and lecherous Duparth is at … Read More »


Aces & Eights

Posted on February 18th, by hjrPH in Action/Adventure, Film. No Comments

This is the true story of James Butler (Wild Bill) Hickok. In his short 39 years, he goes from abolitionist, to lawman, to hero, to vagrant, and to his death holding Aces & Eights, the most famous of all poker hands. He was a vital man, predisposed to quiet times, solitude and yet his violent accuracy with his guns can not be refuted. Contrary to popular belief, he is credited with killing only seven men in a total of eight gunfights. His off times were spent playing poker, drinking and carousing with women often belonging to other men. Towards the end of his life, he did find his true love and marry, but he was to spend less than two weeks with her. A haunting, full-bore Western in the tradition of Howard Hawkes and Sam Peckinpah.