Ranked Top 100 Apple Podcast! In the Romeo Carey Podcast you can expect the unexpected from two generations of archived interviews with Hollywood Celebrities, Movers and Shakers, Scientists, Inventors, Pioneers, Trailblazers, Average Joe's, Philosophy on Life and more. The first generation is derived from the life's work of the pioneer and prominent figure in Independent film, actor/director, Timothy Carey. Timothy Carey's archive spans from 1958 to 1994. The second generation comes from the archives of Content Creator, Romeo Carey, circa 1988 to present. linktr.ee/romeocarey
Convo with former Beverly Hills High School Alum. Catching-up with his Teacher after a decade, talking about university life, Hollywood, the process, creative writing and pioneering film maker, Timothy Carey and last but not least, consciousness.... just like we did in high school.
Guest, former student Ariel Banayan, Prof. Creative Writing - Chapman University
Watch the Ground-Breaking SoCal Indie Film that Launched Frank Zappa:
Produced by Romeo Carey 2/24/21
Carole Penny Marshall (October 15, 1943 – December 17, 2018) was an American actress, director, and producer. She came to notice in the 1970s for her role as Laverne DeFazio on the television sitcom Laverne & Shirley (1976–1983), receiving three nominations for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy for her portrayal.
Marshall made her directorial debut with Jumpin' Jack Flash (1986) before directing Big (1988), which became the first film directed by a woman to gross more than $100 million at the U.S. box office. Her subsequent directing credits included Awakenings (1990), which was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture, A League of Their Own (1992), Renaissance Man (1994), The Preacher's Wife (1996) and Riding in Cars with Boys (2001). She also produced Cinderella Man (2005) and Bewitched (2005), and directed episodes of the TV series According to Jim and United States of Tara.
Also included in this podcast are two NBA Legends, Jamaal Wilkes and Lucius Allen.
Produced by Romeo Carey in 1995 at Camp Afflerbaugh. Detention For Delinquent Minors In Juvenile Halls And Rehabilitation Programs In Camps.
Jordan Maxwell is a preeminent researcher and independent scholar in the field of occult / religious philosophy. His interest in these subjects began as far back as 1959. He served for three-and-a-half years as the Religion Editor of "Truth Seeker Magazine," America's oldest Free thought Journal (since 1873).
This was produced in Beverly Hills, CA in 2012
Video can be seen on Youtube Channel: Romeo Carey Content
Larry King, Breezy Interviewer of the Famous and Infamous, Dies at 87
Over five decades, he chatted with an estimated 50,000 people from all walks of life, from presidents and pundits to swindlers and U.F.O. “experts.”
I was lucky enough to have interviewed Larry four times. And what a wealth of knowledge, what a down-to-earth gentlemen he was.
The pearls of wisdom he left me with will be remembered forever.
Produced by Romeo Carey and Austin Fuhrman March 30th, 2016
Victoria Jackson (born August 2, 1959) is an American actress, comedian, and singer who was a cast member of the NBC television sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live (SNL) from 1986 to 1992.
Produced by Romeo Carey and Robbie Curtis 2010
Domenic Priore has written extensively about The Beach Boys' Smile album, including two books on the subject, Look! Listen! Smile! Vibrate! and Smile: The Story of Brian Wilson's Lost Masterpiece. In 2011, he contributed to the liner notes of The Smile Sessions compilation.[ He has also published a number of books and articles on the greater Los Angeles area's youth culture during the 1960s, with special focus on the surf craze and the Sunset Strip music scene.
Priore worked as the primary writer and creative consultant on the AMC documentaries Hollywood Rocks the Movies: The Early Years (1955–1970) and Hollywood Rocks the Movies: The 1970s.
"Where The Action Was" Documentary Series Coming Soon
Produced by Romeo Carey, Robert Bird and Robbie Curtis July 30th, 2020
Michael Dukakis, former Governor of Massachusetts and 1988 Democratic Nominee for President of The United States of America. Dukakis sheds his opinion on Donald Trump and the current state of American politics. Also, Michael Dukakis talks about what he's up to now and why he enjoys teaching.
Interviewed by my former media student, Austin Furhman at UCLA.
Produced by Romeo Carey 2017
Bob Newhart George Robert Newhart (born September 5, 1929) is an American stand-up comedian and actor, noted for his deadpan and slightly stammering delivery style. Newhart came to prominence in 1960 when his album of comedic monologues, The Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart, became a bestseller and reached number one on the Billboard pop album chart; it remains the 20th-best selling comedy album in history.
The follow-up album, The Button-Down Mind Strikes Back!, was also a success, and the two albums held the Billboard number one and number two spots simultaneously.
Newhart later went into acting, starring as Chicago psychologist Robert Hartley in The Bob Newhart Show during the 1970s and then as Vermont innkeeper Dick Loudon on the 1980s series Newhart. He also had two short-lived sitcoms in the 1990s, Bob and George and Leo. Newhart had film roles such as Major Major in Catch-22 and Papa Elf in Elf. He provided the voice of Bernard in the Disney animated films The Rescuers and The Rescuers Down Under. In 2004, he played the library head Judson in The Librarian, a character that continued in 2014 on the TV series The Librarians. In 2013, Newhart made his first of six guest appearances on The Big Bang Theory as Professor Proton, for which he received his first Primetime Emmy Award on September 15, 2013.
Jordan Maxwell "New World Order" Pt.3 Like a thief in the night: It's becoming clearer that the attitude in Silicon Valley is basically: 'There's no reason for you to know what your data means, what we will do with your data , you can't really contribute, we don't care to know who you are, we don't want to know you, you're worthless, you're not going to get paid, it's only valuable once we aggregate it but you know nothing, you will know nothing, you're in the dark, you're useless, you're hopeless, you're nothing. And then a robot made of your data will replace you. The robot is something. The robot is a successor master species. The robot is God. And you're garbage.'"
Jordan Maxwell continues as a preeminent researcher and independent scholar in the field of occult / religious philosophy. His interest in these subjects began as far back as 1959. He served for three-and-a-half years as the Religion Editor of Truth Seeker Magazine, America's oldest Free thought Journal (since 1873). His work exploring the hidden foundations of Western religions and secret societies creates enthusiastic responses from audiences around the world.
Produced in 2013
Find Jordan Maxwell here: https://jordanmaxwellresearch.is/
Jordan Maxwell is a preeminent researcher and independent scholar in the field of occult / religious philosophy. His interest in these subjects began as far back as 1959. He served for three-and-a-half years as the Religion Editor of "Truth Seeker Magazine," America's oldest Free thought Journal (since 1873). He has conducted dozens of intensive seminars; hosted his own radio talk shows; guested on more than 600 radio shows; and written, produced, and appeared in numerous television shows and documentaries (including three two-hour specials for the CBS TV network, as well as the internationally acclaimed five-part Ancient Mystery Series) -- all devoted to understanding ancient religions and their pervasive influence on world affairs today. His work on the subject of secret societies, both ancient and modern, and their symbols, has fascinated audiences around the world for decades.
Produced by Romeo Carey 2014
Find the real Jordan Maxwell here: https://jordanmaxwellshow.com/
The Insect Trainer, an intimate collaboration with Salvador Dali.
The late Timothy Agoglia Carey's , “The Insect Trainer,”
Sets up the the trial of the century, Guasti Q. Quasti becomes the first person in criminal history to be tried for murder, wherein his annus is found to
be the lethal weapon. Quasti is not on trial, the Fart is.
The playwright died before his work could be realized, but his son, Romeo Carey, picked up the mantle, directing, producing and starring in the new show at Heliotrope Theatre. And what a show. A queasy cocktail of Franz Kafka and Alfred Jarry, this juvenile farce has almost everything-- including laughs.
Carey the younger plays Guasti Q. Guasti, a dishwasher with not-so-lofty ambitions to: 1) coach a cockroach to perform tricks, and 2) dance a tango accompanied by noises from his lower intestine. But first he must defend himself against charges that he killed a woman with his gas.
Timothy Agoglia Carey acted for Kubrick, Cassavetes, Kazan, Brando, Wilder, de Toth, Rafelson, and Wellman. He was also in Poor White Trash and Chesty Anderson, U.S. Navy. Francis Ford Coppola reportedly begged him to appear in The Godfather, parts one and two, but he refused; he was too busy shooting a pilot about women who clothe naked animals.
He appeared alongside Elvis Presley and the Monkees, James Dean and Frankie Avalon, Lee Marvin and Mr. T. Between 1958 and 1962, he directed, wrote, produced, edited, financed, distributed, and starred in The World's Greatest Sinner, a film so inscrutable, hysterical, and obscure (one known print remains) that even its cult following has a cult following. He died while making The Insect Trainer, which would've been the first film ever to tell the story of a man incarcerated for murder by farting. He was Timothy Agoglia Carey, the greatest peripheral actor of all time.
Excerpts from 1989, 1994, 1996
"The Insect Trainer" Funded in part be a donation from Martin Scorsese
Miriam Linna made her mark on the music world in 1976 as the first drummer for the legendary band The Cramps before meeting her partner Billy Miller. Together, her and Billy formed the band called the A-Bones. Both Miriam and Billy then took their passion for music and started their own fanzine, Kicks, then came Norton Records, which focuses on amazing rockabilly & garage reissues from the 50s-70s. If that weren’t enough, Miriam’s love of literature led to the formation of Kick Books, their publishing company. Miriam has a new book just fresh off the press called, Mind Over Matter: The Myths and Mysteries of Detroits Fortune Records – written by Michael Hurtt and Billy Miller himself.
Head over to www.nortonrecords.com to purchase your copy.
This archived interview from 2015 comes from the Timothy Carey Documentary https://linktr.ee/romeocarey
Mike Fenton interview performed in 2001 for the Timothy Carey Documentary. Fenton cast Chinatown, The Godfather Part II, Blade Runner, E.T., One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Marathon Man, Raiders of the Lost Ark I, II and III, Back to the Future I, II, and III, Total Recall, The Deep, Aliens, Poltergeist, Butch and Sundance, Footloose, Shampoo, Justice for All. These are just a few of the more than hundreds of motion pictures and television shows that have been cast by Mike Fenton, who has acquired legendary status in Hollywood. Fenton co-founded the Casting Society of America (CSA), which now has more than 330 members in the United States and Canada. He was recently honored with the Hollywood Film Festival’s Lifetime Achievement Award and continues to cast Hollywood’s leading film and television productions at Fenton-Cowitt Casting.
Produced by Romeo Carey
Jeff Maxwell was born Jeffrey Maxwell Knott, but used Jeff Maxwell as his acting name. He is an American actor who played Pvt. Igor Straminsky, a recurring character in the television series M*A*S*H. He appeared in 83 episodes of the classic CBS comedy from 1973 to 1983, including the series finale Goodbye, Farewell and Amen, which aired February 28, 1983, and became the most-watched scripted broadcast in American history (a title it still holds) with over 121.6 million viewers and 50.1 million households tuning in.
Maxwell's film debut was in the acclaimed 1974 Mel Brooks comedy film Young Frankenstein. He played one of the title character's medical students.
He was also featured in the 1977 sketch comedy film Kentucky Fried Movie in a solo scene titled "Feel-A-Round." The box-office success was directed by John Landis and written by Jim Abrahams, David Zucker and Jerry Zucker, who subsequently wrote the classic film comedy, Airplane!
This recording is from the work in Progress Skip E. Lowe Documentary
Produced by Romeo Carey and Robbie Curtis 2018
Ray Dennis Steckler (January 25, 1938 – January 7, 2009), also known by the pseudonym Cash Flagg, was an American film director, producer, screenwriter and actor best known as the low-budget auteur of such cult films as The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies. Steckler got his break as a Cinematographer on Timothy Carey's groundbreaking film, The World's Greatest Sinner which also gave Frank Zappa his start. Both Steckler and Zappa were heavily influenced by Timothy Carey.
This interview was recorded in 2006 in Las Vegas for the Timothy Carey Documentary.
Produced by Romeo Carey
Fred Otash, legendary Hollywood vice cop and private eye once known affectionately as “Mr. O,” being interviewed by Skip E. Lowe.
This podcast is part of an out-take from the in-progress Skip E. Lowe Documentary.
The colorful Otash, who had just completed a book titled “Marilyn, Kennedy and Me” about the death of Marilyn Monroe, died Monday in his West Hollywood home of natural causes. A heavy smoker, he had been troubled for the last decade with emphysema and high blood pressure.
Otash kept silent for decades about his activities on Aug. 5, 1962, the night of Monroe’s mysterious suicide. But in 1985, he told the Los Angeles Times that actor Peter Lawford had hurriedly hired him that midnight to “do anything to remove anything incriminating” to the actor’s brothers-in-law, President John F. Kennedy and U.S. Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. Both Kennedys had been rumored to have romantic liaisons with Monroe.
Otash died at the age of 70.
Rhonda Honey Shear American television personality, comedian, actress, and entrepreneur. She is known for her role as a host of the USA Network's weekend B-movie show, USA Up All Night, in the 1990s. In 2001, she started an intimate apparel business that was marketed on Home Shopping Network, with one of her most successful products being the Ahh Bra in 2010.
This interview is part of the Skip E. Lowe Documentary produced and directed by Romeo Carey.
Included in this Podcast is my producing partner Robbie Curtis.
GODFATHER III (Screen-Test) In 1990 Timothy Carey wanted to play the role of Don Alto Bello the 80 year-old patriarch subsequently played by Eli Wallach. Francis Ford Coppola wanted Carey in Godfather I and II . Carey turned down both opportunities. Two decades later, Carey was called upon again for the third and final story of the fictional Corleone crime family. To prove to Coppola that he could play an 80 year-old, Carey set-out to produce and direct himself in what would be his final project
Timothy Carey's Screen Test for "GODFARTER 3" and the role of Don Alto Bello.
The Godfather Part III is a 1990 American crime film produced and directed by Francis Ford Coppola from the screenplay co-written with Mario Puzo.
Produced by Romeo Carey and Edited. Circa 1990
Way back in 1999, Danny Trejo was at the beginning of what would become a mega star celebrity.
We cast Danny in our movie JUANNABE in 1999, Danny Trejo has since been shot, stabbed, crushed, eaten and tortured… multiple times. Con Air, Zombie Hunter and 3-Headed Shark Attack (yes... that's a real film) are just three of the movies in which he's ended up dead. If you're a Breaking Bad fan, he's the guy whose head famously ends up on top of a tortoise. According to one survey, the 76-year-old has died on screen more than any other actor. This podcast is uncut, behind-the-scenes footage with the cast of JUANNABE, shooting in the badlands of South El Monte. On location with a small run-and shoot crew and working with professional actors, I served as producer, director and cinematographer.
The screenplay writer is Robert Villalobos.
Colonel Mahakian served in World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and the Cold War.
Between wars, he received a BA degree from the University of Southern California. He worked in radio, television broadcasting and motion pictures as a post production coordinator, film editor and sound editor. His credits spanned television series such as The Odd Couple, The Brady Bunch as well as several others, to major films such as Rebel Without a Cause, The World's Greatest Sinner, The Manchurian Candidate, and West Side Story. He won a Golden Reel Award and two Emmy.
Produced by Romeo Carey and Byron Jost for the Timothy Carey Documentary. Circa. 2000
Present at the interview was Carl's wife, Patricia Kathleen Wall.
Carl Mahakian passed away in 2015
The World's Greatest Sinner is available on Amazon Prime.
Skip E. Lowe, who hosted a weekly celebrity talk show in Los Angeles for more than 35 years, well-known personalities to appear on the TV program, usually in the twilight of their careers.
But the ever-ebullient, sometimes befuddled Lowe — who was the inspiration for the Martin Short comic character Jiminy Glick
Still, Lowe, who long struggled to find his niche in show business, did the bare-bones program week after week. “He was on television,” his friend and publicist Alan Eichler said, “and he never gave up thinking something big was going to happen.” Skip E. Lowe passed away in 2014.
George Albert "Scotty" Bowers was an American Writer who was a United States Marine and, from the 1940s to the 1980s, a Hollywood pimp. Stories of his exploits circulated for many years and were alluded to in books such as Hollywood Babylon. Bowers’ claims were met with both praise and skepticism. Scotty wrote his life story in his book, "Full Service" which was a best seller.
Produced by Romeo Carey
This interview was recorded in 2012
Gary Astridge is a historian and expert on all things Ringo Starr. He has curated Ringo's collection of original Beatles drum kits and is full of great stories about Ringo that you won't hear from anyone else!
Garys involvement with Ringo and his drums including over 4 million dollars in auction sales from Ringo's collection that Gary curated.
This interview was for the Rockumentary Series, "Where The Action Was."
Produced by Romeo Carey, Robert Bird, Robbie Curtis
Ted Sarandos, the Titan of Hollywood is an American businessman who serves as the Co-Chief Executive Officer and Chief Content Officer for Netflix. Sarandos oversees Netflix's annual budget of over $6 billion.
This interview was recorded in Beverly Hills, hosted by Molly Hersh and produced by Romeo Carey and Tony Sarandos in 2014.
Walter Ocner, Writer, Publicist interview for the Timothy Carey Documentary.
Timothy Agoglia Carey was the greatest American film and television character actor of all time. Carey was best known for portraying manic or violent characters who are driven to extremes. Carey made his mark on cinema history as a pioneering film maker with his movie, The World's Greatest Sinner.
Available on Amazon Prime.
Bruce Gerald Vilanch, six-time Emmy Award winning American comedy writer, songwriter and actor. Vilanch is best known to the public for his four-year stint on Hollywood Squares, as a celebrity participant; behind the scenes he was head writer for the show.
This is an interview from the Skip E. Lowe Documentary. Recorder February, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California.
Produced by Romeo Carey and Robbie Curtis.
Sally Kirkland, Best Actress Oscar Nominee, Golden Globe winner, Independent Spirit Award winner, LA Film Critics Circle Award winner, and veteran of over 200 films. Feisty, hard-working, famously liberal, with the trademark blonde hair, actress Sally Kirkland has certainly made an indelible mark on Hollywood history.
2014 Interview was conducted by Romeo Carey and Robbie Curtis in Los Angeles, California.
Mitchell D. "Mitch" Hurwitz is an American television writer, producer, and actor. He is best known as the creator of the television sitcom Arrested Development as well as the co-creator of The Ellen Show, and a contributor to The John Larroquette Show and The Golden Girls.
Interview by Molly Hersh
Produced by Romeo Carey in Beverly Hills, CA 2016
Chef Celestino Drago has played an integral role in the ever-evolving dining scene in Los Angeles for over two decades. Hailing from Sicily, Celestino has become one of the city's and the country's most lauded Italian chefs, with honors ranging from Food & Wine Magazine selecting him as a “Best New Chef” to being an invited guest chef at the James Beard House in New York on multiple occasions to being named Planned Parenthood LA’s FoodFare 2014 “Chef of the Year.” From his affable demeanor to his inventive and delicious takes on Italian fare, Chef Celestino Drago has helped lay the groundwork for Italian cuisine in America today. Before launching his restaurant empire in Southern California, Celestino attended mechanical school in Italy while simultaneously working at a restaurant in the city of Pisa called Pierino. It was there that realized he “loved everything about the restaurant business.” Recognizing his culinary potential, the chef at Pierino worked closely with him and, in just three short years, Celestino took over as chef. In 1979, Celestino was hired as chef at Los Angeles Italian restaurant, Orlando Orsini, prompting him to leave Italy to embark upon a new culinary career in the United States. After working at Orlando Orsini, Celestino worked at Spectrum Foods before opening his first restaurant, Celestino, in Beverly Hills.
Interview by Ryan Shoushan. Produced by Romeo Carey 2012
All independent filmmakers and cult-flick fans must bow down to the low-rent majesty that is Timothy Agoglia Carey's "The World's Greatest Sinner."
Shot over the course of three years in the downmarket sections of L.A., the movie tracks the journey of Clarence Hilliard (Carey), an insurance salesman who bugs out and starts his own political-spiritual movement. Clarence promises his followers that they can become God, or "superhuman beings," and soon takes to calling himself God Hilliard. He riles up the youth by spreading his message via spasmodic rockabilly (which made Lux Interior of the Cramps a fan of the film for life), flailing on his guitar and then yowling "Please, please, please, please...TAKE...MY...HAND!" as the crowd goes nuts. Maynard James Keenan, eat your heart out.
This beautifully overwrought and seamy DIY masterpiece (John Cassavetes famously said it packed "the brilliance of Eisenstein") is, first and foremost, a glowing calling card for one of cinema's true sui generis animals. Carey may be familiar to Stanley Kubrick fans for his indelible turns in The Killing and Paths of Glory; he was a notorious scene-stealer and general wild man who inspired awe and revulsion in his directors and co-stars in roughly equal measure. In The World's Greatest Sinner he is front and center, the man, the force, dominating every frame and soaking the very celluloid with his passion and hipster strangeness. Laughing, weeping, bellowing, preaching, murmuring seductively to retired women and 14-year-old girls � no matter what Carey does, he does it to the max. I've long suspected that Nicolas Cage took a long look at Carey's work before embarking on his own oddball career.
Cosmetically, TWGS is a rise-and-fall piece about a man's hubris; at one point God Hilliard even sticks a pin in a host he nabbed from a church, leading to a great Carey rant: "BREAD! IT'S JUST BREAD! MOTHER! YOUR PRAYERS WERE FOR NOTHING!" What saves this from being a Jack T. Chick tract on film, though, is Carey's sardonic and defiantly off-kilter cascade of ideas and genuine command of mood and tone, despite the movie's lurching from goofball comedy to despairing tragedy. The scenes of God Hilliard conferring with his trusted assistants (one of whom is Satan) in shadowy rooms scoop The Godfather by a neat decade. Though the movie has been both reviled and lionized for its oddness, it's pretty mainstream compared to some of Carey's unrealized projects, like Tweet's Ladies of Pasadena, his intended follow-up to TWGS. The movie uses standard shots and narrative beats, but sneaks its anarchy in through a side door.
Scored by a young Frank Zappa (who later churlishly called Carey's labor of love "the world's worst movie") and partially shot by future cult director Ray Dennis Steckler, TWGS may well be the epitome of psychotronic filmmaking. Since Carey died in 1994, his son Romeo has curated his memory and work, and the movie is available directly from Romeo's website (http://www.romeocarey.com) catch an incomparable actor in full effect (he wrote, directed, produced, and distributed the thing himself).
I used to think that Charles Laughton's "Night of the Hunter" was the greatest example of an actor-turned-director who only directed one film. But Timothy Carey sure gives Laughten a run for his money.
This is podcast is taken from an interview for the work-in-progress documentary on the life of Skip E. Lowe.
Jackie Stallone, the matriarch of a celebrity family who became something of a celebrity in her own right as an astrologer, died in September, 2020 at her home in Los Angeles. She was 98.
Mrs. Stallone was best known as the mother of Sylvester Stallone, who starred in the Rocky and Rambo movies.
Prof. McKeen podcast interview come by way of his interview for the upcoming 60's Documentary, "Where The Action Was."“Prof. McKeen discusses his book: "Everybody Had an Ocean" the engaging tale of ’60s-era music in LA. Even the most ardent historian will find something new in the histories presented, or at the very least see them in a new light. And, more importantly, McKeen’s strips away any pretension from the artists and presents them in a normal, more humanistic light. Words aren’t minced. Feelings aren’t protected under the guise of artistic genius. These were real people, living in real times, with strengths and weaknesses like anyone, displayed under normal, real-life circumstance. Could Everybody Had an Ocean be accused of overreaching? Perhaps. But like the artists he profiles, McKeen reaches for the stars. And for the most part, he gets there.”
This episode centers around helping law enforcement deal with emotional crisis. Guests include founder of a crises center, retired police captain and actor,
Joe Mantegna is an American actor who has made over 200 film and TV appearances. He is also a producer, writer, and director, and is probably best known for his role as Joey Zasa in the Francis Ford Coppola epic The Godfather: Part III (1990), in which he stars alongside Al Pacino and Andy Garcia.
William Joseph "Bill" Rosendahl (May 15, 1945 – March 30, 2016) was an American politician. won election to Los Angeles City Council in May 2005. He represented the 11th District, which includes the communities of Brentwood, Del Rey, Mar Vista, Pacific Palisades, Palms, Playa del Rey, Playa Vista, Venice, West LA and Westchester. He was the Chair of the Transportation Committee, Vice Chair of the Trade, Commerce &Tourism, he was a member of Budget & Finance, Vice Chair of the Ad Hoc Stadium Committee, a member of the Ad Hoc on Economic Recovery & Reinvestment and a member of Board of Referred Powers.
Prior to his election, Rosendahl was an educator and an award-winning television broadcaster with a long record as a leader in Los Angeles civic affairs. While he served as Distinguished Professor at California State University, Dominguez Hills until his election, Rosendahl is best known as producer and moderator of critically acclaimed public affairs television shows. As host of Local Talk, Week in Review and Beyond the Beltway, Rosendahl created a needed forum for discussion of public affairs. An advocate of empowering people through information, Rosendahl produced more than 3,000 programs over 16 years, opening the airwaves to all viewpoints and steering thoughtful dialogue on the most complex and controversial issues. As a cable executive, Rosendahl fought tirelessly for better service, upgraded technology, more local programming choices, and better wages and working conditions for his employees. Rosendahl's public service won him the Cable Ace Award, The Diamond Award, the Freedom of Information Award, the Los Angeles League of Women Voters Public Service Award and the Beacon Award for Cable's Free Air Time Project.
“DICK GREGORY“ The legendary Civil Rights Activist, Comedian, Author, Health Guru is captured in full form in South Central, LA. .
Gregory rants and raves and gets deeply philosophical on the subject of injustices committed to African Americans. Recorded entirely in a Black Health Club where he was invited to give a lecture on his famous "Bohemian Diet" (the diet is included in this recording). The recording is raw and on fire; pure Gregory and a must for anyone who is looking for an entertaining expose on domestic conspiracy theories, the truth about the O.J. Simpson trial and dieting. Recorded by Romeo Carey in 1995
The team of Dr. William Hartman and Dr. Marilyn Fithian earned notice for studies on orgasms and sexual dysfunction, as well as their teaching. Sexologists often include Mr. Hartman and Ms. Fithian alongside figures like Alfred Kinsey, and William Masters and Virginia Johnson.
In 1968, Mr. Hartman and Ms. Fithian founded the Center for Marital and Sexual Studies in Long Beach to conduct sex therapy and observe, film and monitor the physiology of subjects in sexual activity. A resulting book, ''Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction,'' is still used as a text. The book was among the first to discuss the importance of having a good self-image to achieve sexual fulfillment.
This interview was recorded by Content Creator, Romeo Carey on February 6th, 2000.
Dr. Fifthian passed away in 2008.