11-09-2006, 01:44 AM
I am not sure about the price for 28 mins worth but i think he is worth every penny.
11-09-2006, 04:07 AM
Thanks for posting the link Elvislady :cool: Dovey
11-09-2006, 12:14 PM
I wonder who these are signed by,cause I thought this footage was filmed by Richard Davis who sadly passed away last year.
11-09-2006, 03:19 PM
this is what it says. i think albert fisher has taken over now. it doesent say who sighns them but i think it must be him.
Albert Fisher is a television executive with creative credits from all major networks, top syndicators, cable networks, as well as station groups. For ten years, as CEO of Fisher/Merlis Television, Inc. he has won numerous awards including the coveted national Emmy. Fisher currently has multiple broadcast and cablecast series and specials seen world-wide. Recent television programs include: ?Cassini: Rendezvous With The Ringed Planet? and ?Mars Rocks? which is airing on both the Discovery Channel and The Science Channel, ?Secrets of San Simeon with Patricia Hearst? and ?The Ultimate Thrill? for Discovery?s Travel Channel, ?Flea Market Finds with The Kovels? now in its 5th season for Home and Garden Television, ?The Zen Of Organizing? for Fine Living, ?The Harlem Hellfighters? for The History Channel, ?The Real Me? series and specials for The Good Life Network and many others. Fisher/Merlis Television has created and produced hundreds of programs and specials for Scripps HGTV including ?Willard Scott?s Home and Garden Almanac,? ?Kitty Bartholomew: You?re Home,? ?The Urban Gardener with Meshach Taylor? and ?Ask Kitty.? He also produced the Emmy winning nationally syndicated series: ?Better Homes and Gardens Television.?
Fisher has created a varied slate of hour-long ?specials? for various networks. He is also responsible for numerous home videos and DVD?s which are being marketed world-wide as the ?official? presentations for such prestigious destinations as The Hearst Castle at San Simeon, The Huntington Gardens and Library in Pasadena, The Piedras Blancas Lighthouse on the California coast and Loretta Lynn?s Plantation Home and Museum in Tennessee.
He has served as a Producer for the NBC-TV Network series: ?I Witness Video? and the Fox Television Network news magazine series: ?Front Page? and has functioned in various senior programming and management positions with broadcasters world-wide including WOR-TV, New York City; WTOP-TV, Washington, DC; WKYC-TV, Cleveland; WMAQ-TV, Chicago; and WWL-TV, New Orleans, where he was one of the first broadcasters to create the magazine-format concept .
His talent as a Producer/Director/Writer associated with films, television and multi-media events has garnered many international awards including film festivals in Cannes, New York, London, Chicago, Barcelona, Lucarno and Edinburgh. Mr. Fisher has also received awards from The American Bar Association, The International Film and Television Festival and the coveted Columbia School of Journalism?s Alfred I. DuPont Award for the documentary: ?Whispering Hope: Unmasking The Mystery Of Alzheimers.?
As an Executive Producer with NBC, Albert Fisher created, produced and directed numerous award-winning magazine shows, documentaries and public-affairs programs and specials. In this capacity, and his current role as a hands-on executive producer, he has spent time as an undercover inmate in The Ohio State Penitentiary, has flown in supersonic fighter aircraft, sailed international ?Tall Ships,? lived on the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean in a NASA underwater habitat and recently became one of the few people to ever film and explore the remote Arctic Circle island of Surtsey off the coast of Iceland
11-10-2006, 11:31 AM
That's too much money for me... :( But Elvis looks so handsome in this one. :wub:
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