A dipsomaniac writer working for the expansive Hollywood publicity machine in the 1920's is assigned to write a pack of shimmering and uplifting lies about child-star Robbie Roi. As it turns out Robbie is somewhat of an enigma, even at the age of thirty-eight, he manages to play children thanks to his small stature, layers of pancake make up, and the rudimentary technology of the silent era. While writing a puff piece that lauds Robbie for establishing an orphanage that only admits boys, the scribe witnesses an incident that would make all those innuendos about Michael Jackson' seem like child's play.
|Publisher:||Club Lighthouse Publishing|
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About the Author
Jean, Jack and Me.” It starred Michael Murphy and Sally Kirkland. The movie played various film festivals (Cairo, Palm Springs, San Jose) and was broadcast in “heavy rotation” on the High Def. Movie channel.
A short story, “Conscious Dream,” was published in the e-magazine “Portable Muse.” Currently he is collaborating with leading German screenwriter, CP Hant on a book on Adolf Hitler which will be
published by Severn House in the UK.