1947's Andy Wolf was a Principal Actor, playing Robert Mulkern, in the featured "re-creation" segment of "America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back." This Season-Premiere episode was a ground-breaking first-ever 2-hour special of the show, traveling across the country and spotlighting a criminal from every one of the 50 states. Currently, Andy has booked acting jobs in the feature film "Courting Chaos," as well as Principal Actor and Puppeteer on Adult Swim's "The Eric Andre Show," interviewing the 80's comedian Gallagher.
1947 Entertainment Inc. is currently developing science fiction projects for online, television, film, and festivals. With production crews comprising several key members with top-end industry experience.
Several 1947 staff members served as mentors in the 2013 Radcon: Let's Make A Movie Film Short, where films went from story to film in only a few hours during the Radcon Sci-Fi Convention in Pasco, WA. Films were produced by convention attendee's with guidance by a collection of Media Guests of Honor and Pro's.
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A 2047 Productions short film that included a producer credit for David Foster. When Saturn Award winning and Zombie screenwriter Jeremy Langdon comes down with a case of writer's block, he is coaxed by his agent to kill off his Zombies and switch to writing comedy. Un- fortunately, the Zombies who have starred in each of Jeremy's movies do not like the idea and try to prevent him from killing them off. The struggle that follows has everyone wondering if Jeremy has lost his mind; perhaps they were all in his head... Or perhaps not.
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original story 6/11/2010
With the absence of any first-run Star Trek television series since Star Trek: Enterprise ended its fourth year abruptly in 2004, the recent feature film, Star Trek (2009), only served to remind fans how much they miss their weekly dose of the biggest sci-fi television franchise of all time. Fans are getting restless with anticipation of what will come next.