Formed by Jean Shepherd, Leigh Brown, Laurie and Herb Squire.
They distributed a syndicated version of "The Jean Shepherd Show" from April 76 through about April 1, 77.
These were 30 minute formats of earlier 45 minute WOR shows.
According to the contract stations would receive 2 30 minute tapes per week at $8.00 / week for the first 13 weeks and $10.00 / week thereafter. Lost tapes would have to be paid for by the stations at a rate of $3.50 per tape and $9.50 per mailing container.
Seems to be for all his live appearances - is this right? Any idea when it started, etc.? Was it just for such things as Carnegie Hall, Town Hall?
On the 3/72 "Creepy Stories" show, Shep does an ad for an upcoming live show at the Carlton Theatre in Red Bank, NJ on 4/7/72. It was done with a big fanfare and Shep mentions that it is being presented by Staggerwing Productions.
Staggerwing, on the other hand, is also a bi-plane made by Beechcraft.
| According to inside back flap of Leigh's book she was co-owner.|
Seems to relate to his movies / tv movies ? (all of them?)
Can't figure out the origins of the name Pholly though.
|Snow Pond Productions|
'A Christmas Story' sequel was planned under this name
|Christmas Tree Films|
A Christmas Story