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Golden Halo Awards! Presented by
The Southern California Motion Picture Council

Hosted by International Film Star and SCMPC President and Chair Randal Malone!


When: Monday December 11 2017 7pm

What: Southern California Motion Picture Council 81st Annual Holiday Ball and Golden Halo Awards Ceremony
44th Anniversary of world-famous "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” song

Where: Famed Sportsmen’s Lodge, Studio City, California

Who: Hosted by international film star Lord Randal Malone who will present the Golden Halo Award and other honors to an incredible group of Hollywood legends of the silver screen including

Tippi Hedren - Golden Globe award winning icon of Hollywood and animal rights activist, Tippi Hedren has starred in countless blockbuster films including Marnie, The Birds, Roar, Murder She Wrote, The Bionic Woman among many others and has been honored by countless organizations for her far-reaching accomplishments.



Marsha Hunt (100 years young!!) MGM and Paramount film star and defender of civil liberties featured in over 60 movies including Born to the West (1937), Pride and Prejudice (1940), Kid Glove Killer (1942), Cry 'Havoc' (1943), Raw Deal (1948), The Happy Time (1952) and in Johnny Got His Gun (1971).





Norman Lloyd (103 years young!!) (born Norman Perlmutter) actor, producer and director who has worked in radio, theatre, television and film dating back to the Great Depression, and at 103 years of age is the oldest working Hollywood actor. His over 60 credits include Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Spellbound, Dead Poets Society and Limelight.




Special appearance by Academy Award winning cinematic icon Margaret O’Brien, famed child actress whose credits include Little Women, Meet Me in Saint Louis, Jane Eyre, Journey for Margaret and so many others.






For Tickets and Reservations please call our Event Coordinator Michael Schwibs at 818-901-7629
or email mschwibs@gmail.com

Since 1936, the prestigious Golden Halo Award has been presented to the entertainment industry's biggest stars including Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Jackson, Lucille Ball, Dame Margaret O'Brien, John Travolta, Bette Davis, Bob Hope, Audrey Hepburn, H.S.H. Princess Grace (Kelly) of Monaco, Gene Autry, Judy Garland, Roy Rogers, Liza Minnelli, Dale Evans, Gene Kelly, Betty White, Bea Arthur, Estelle Getty,Rue Mc Clanahan, Angela Lansbury, Cesar Romero, Mickey Rooney, Sophie Tucker, Anita Page, Marilyn Monroe, Lana Turner, Robert Mitchum, Rosemary Clooney, John Barrymore, Lionel Barrymore, Ethel Barrymore, Joan Collins, Martin Landau, H.H. Princess Rita Aga Khan Hayworth, andmany more.



Recent Event:

Monday, May 8 2017, 7pm

Remember when we had the blues andturned to the tube to chase them away? Remember when our favorite program that made all our troubles disappear was Lassie?! It still is for many! For our 81st Annual Spring Ball 2017, the Southern California Motion Picture Council looks forward to welcoming not only Living Legend and Hollywood insider-writer Laurie Jacobson, but also her amazing husband Jon Provost whose star on the Walk of Fame commemorates his unforgettable heart-warming performances as little Timmy on “Lassie!"

Laurie Jacobson is a celebrated Hollywood historian, author and producer. A reformed stand-upcomic, Laurie started out working with classmates Robin Williams, John Ritter and John Larroquette.Laurie immersed herself in history and wrote Hollywood Heartbreak, a 75-year history of Hollywood told through the lives and deaths of 31 celebrities. She has written and produced documentaries, television series and specials including: The 20th Anniversary of the Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Museum of Television and Radio’s Salute to Funny Women of Television, The Warner Bros. Studio Rededication Party, The Suzanne Somers Show and more. She went on to write Hollywood Haunted, Dishing Hollywood and Timmy’s in the Well – The Jon Provost Story, a memoir she co-wrote with Jon, her celebrity husband. Laurie is also at the reins of Living Legends Ltd., representing nostalgic celebrities for personal appearances. For more info, please visit: http://www.lauriejacobson.com

Jon Provost is a national treasure: the check shirt and jeans he wore for seven years as little Timmy on “Lassie” hang in The Smithsonian next to Archie Bunker’s chair. “Lassie” continues to air in more than 50 countries. Jon was not even three when cast as Jane Wyman and Sterling Hayden’s son in “So Big.” As a child actor and teen heart throb, he worked with Grace Kelly, Bing Crosby and William Holden in “The Country Girl”, Natalie Wood and Robert Redford in “This Property is Condemned”, Rod Steiger and Anita Ekberg in “Back From Eternity”, Theresa Wright, Cameron Mitchell and a young Clint Eastwood in his first film: “Escapade in Japan”, Kurt Russell in “The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes” and with Joan Blondell, Kim Novak, Jack Benny, James Garner and even with that famous talking horse, Mr. Ed. He headed for college in Northern California eventually to raised a family including his son Ryan, daughter Katie, and 2-year-old granddaughter, Juliana. A sought-after celebrity guest, Jon appears at fund-raisers, comic cons and special events throughout the year. With a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Jon has given time and treasure to many causes including Canine Companions for Independence. For more info please see: http://jonprovost.com

Rance Howard
Let’s roll out the red carpet for Hollywood royalty! Acting in such classics as the Andy Griffith Show and Bonanza, Rance Howard has acted in over 100 films and television shows include Gunsmoke, Kung Fu, The Waltons, The Drug Knot, Angel, 7th Heaven, Cold Case, That's So Raven, and two appearances on Seinfeld. On The Waltons, Howard portrayed Dr. McIver in five different episodes. He married actress Jean Speegle Howard in Burbank, California in 1949 and is the father of actor and director Ron Howard as well as actor Clint Howard, he is also grandfather of actresses Bryce Dallas Howard and Paige Howard. His professional acting career began in 1948 when he went from Oklahoma to New York City, auditioned and landed a job. He eventually acted in the play Mister Roberts with Henry Fonda in 1950. Both Rance and oldest son Ron, who was 2 at the time, made their feature film debuts together in the 1956 western Frontier Woman. Howard's stern appearance allows him to play sheriffs, marshalls and priests. He has acted in many of his son’s films including Grand Theft Auto, Splash, Cocoon and Gung Ho. Howard was known best for his role on television in 25 episodes of the 1960s TV series Gentle Ben—which starred his youngest son Clint—as Henry Broomhauer, a backwoodsman who befriended the family. Another well-known TV role was on Babylon 5, in which he had a recurring role as David Sheridan, the father of Babylon 5 captain John Sheridan. He has also acted in Night Shift, Willow, Backdraft, Ransom, EDtv, and The Da Vinci Code among many other films. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rance_Howard

Ann Robinson
California native and Hollywood insider Ann Robinson acted in grade-school plays, became an accomplished horse rider, and accepted professional work in Hollywood as a stunt rider in the film Frenchie with Shelley Winters. She was a stunt woman in movies like Black Midnight (1949) and The Story of Molly X (1949). She was part of Paramount's Golden Circle of New Stars in the early 1950s and had a leading role in producer George Pal's science-fiction classic The War of the Worlds (1953). She also appeared in the 1954 film Dragnet, in which she starred as a Los Angeles police officer opposite Jack Webb and Ben Alexander. In 1957, she ran off to Mexico to marry a famous matador, Jaime Bravo and their son Jaime Jr. became a director with ABC Sports and has won several Emmy awards. Since 1987, Robinson has been married to real estate broker Joseph Valdez. Her other television roles were on Adam-12, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Bachelor Father, Ben Casey, Biff Baker, U.S.A., The Bob Cummings Show, The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, Days of Our Lives, Four Star Playhouse, General Hospital, Gilligan's Island, It's a Great Life, The Millionaire, My Little Margie, Perry Mason, Peter Gunn, Police Woman, Rawhide, Rocky Jones Space Ranger, Rory Calhoun's The Texan, Waterfront, and The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp. In the 2005 Steven Spielberg film, War of the Worlds, she played a cameo role as Tom Cruise's character's mother-in-law. She makes guest appearances at autograph shows and science-fiction conventions. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ann_Robinson


Recent Event:
Let’s all Go Green! Our ballroom will be filled with glitterati and we will enjoy a delicious St. Patrick’s Day buffet!
Friday March 17 2017 7pm

This St. Patrick’s Day, the Southern California Motion Picture Council looks forward to welcoming multi-award winning entertainer, Dennis McNeil, who has performed internationally for heads of state, was proclaimed 2014 Irishman of the Year by the Los Angeles City Council and voted 2011 and 2012 "Best Male Cabaret Artist" by Broadway World. He has performed with such varied artists/groups as David Foster, The Blue Man Group, The Boston Pops, Michael Feinstein, John Raitt, Steve Miller, Lionel Ritchie, Sammy Cahn, Kiri Te Kanawa, Bruce Hornsby, Condoleezza Rice and the Grateful Dead. Having sung in every state in the U.S. and around the world, Dennis has headlined in three National Tours with both the San Francisco Opera and the New York City Opera companies and he has toured and performed internationally with famed composer and Jazz legend, Lalo Schifrin. Find out more about this amazing performer here: www.dennismcneil.com


Recent Event:
81st Annual St. Valentine’s Day Ball!
Monday February 13 2017 7pm


Recent Event:
80th Annual SCMPC Holiday Ball
Monday December 12 2016

Monday December 12 2016 at 7pm in the Sportsmen’s Lodge we are thrilled to be honoring, among others:

Cathy Garver - This sweetheart of the TV and motion picture screen perhaps best known for her role as unforgettable Cissy in Family Affair is the best-selling author of memoir "Surviving Cissy: My Family Affair of Life in Hollywood" - a tale of faith, film, and Hollywood, and co-author X "Child Stars: Where Are They Now?"http://www.kathygarver.com

Sherry Jackson - With her sparkling star on the Walk of Hollywood, this former child star went on to garner innumerable roles in film and television including: Make Room for Daddy, Start Trek, Lost in Space, Charlie’s Angels, The Twilight Zone, and many more. http://www.sherryjackson.net

Linda Gray - Perhaps best known for her roll as Sue Ellen Ewing in Dallas, this multi-talented film, television and stage actress and director is also the author of bestseller “The Road to Happiness is Always Under Construction” and former Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations. http://www.lindagray.com


Recent Event:
80th Annual SCMPC Fall Ball
Monday October 10 2016

Monday October 10th we have the great honor of presenting the 80th Golden Halo Awards Ceremony at 7pm at the historic Sportsmens Lodge in the Cascade Ballroom.

In honor of this very special occasion we will present Prince Mario-Max Schaumburg-Lippe the Golden Halo Award for Interactive Media and Music. The Award will be presented by legendary Academy Award Winning Miss Margaret O'Brien. Also in attendance will be the wonderful Jamie Luner from Murder in the First, Melrose Place and Savannah by Aaron Spelling, winner of Golden Halo Best Actress 2016. From HSN Network we are very proud to announce Julie Weintraub and Steve Weintraub receiving the Golden Halo for Jewelry Design and Philanthropy. We are honored to welcome the world famous actress Terry Moore (Love Boat, Rawhide) who will be the recipient of the Special Achievement Award. In addition, Julie Adams (Creature From the Black Lagoon) will receive the Golden Halo Lifetime Achievement Award. Celebrity Acting-Coach-To-The-Stars Bobbie Chance receives the Golden Halo Lifetime Dramatic Arts Award.


Recent Event
80th Annual SCMPC Summer Fest:

80 Years of Excellence


Monique Parent - Of Downton Abbey fame, Monique has worked in a variety of genres including Sci-Fi (Jurassic City), Horror (Blood Scarab, The Perfect House, Profane Exhibit), Indie Drama (The Pornogropher, Los Jornaleros) Comedy (Busted, The Ferguson's) and has appeared in well over 100 films, in a career spanning 25 years.

Jamie Luner - Some of Ms. Luner’s film and television career highlights include her roles in Just the Ten of Us (1988) as dizzy "Cindy Lubbock”, Moment of Truth: Why My Daughter? (1993), Married with Children (1987), Diagnosis Murder (1993), Blind Injustice (2005), Stranger in My Bed (2005) and, in 2006, The Suspect (2006), The Perfect Marriage (2006) and many others.

Ewing "Lucky" Brown - Ewing Miles Brown “The Lucky Brown” is both a renown actor and producer known best for acting in such films as Hollywood Confidential (2008), Shadow of the Dragon (1992), The Curse of the Gorgon (2016), The Astounding-She-Monster (1957) The Thundering 8th (2000) and for producing The Stoneman (2002), A Whale of a Tale (1977) and Blood of Dracula's Castle (1969) among many others.

Jeanne De Vivier has shaped Hollywood wearing many hats as an Associate Producer of Whale of a Tale, Casting Director for The Stoneman, Dismembered, and Access Code, Crew on the Family Feud, and as Chairman of the Board of Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters including being their Past President, Charter Member, Diamond Circle Honoree, Talent Coordinator, Associate Producer, and a member of the Enterntainment Committee.

Lord Randal Malone the Grand Marquis will MC and host the entire evening in the presence of Oscar award-winning super star of Hollywood Margaret O'Brien as well as legend of the silver screen Gigi Perrault

ABOUT US: The Southern California Motion Picture Council was founded in 1936 when Linda Burke established its non-profit status on May 1, 1936. Our very first event was held at the celebrated Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel when Jean Harlow accepted the Golden Halo Award. Over 75 years later, we continue the grand tradition at the famed Sportsmen's Lodge.

Mark Your Calendar! SCMPC will be on hiatus for summer 2016 after our June event, please mark your calendar for the second Mondays of October and December 2016!


Recent Event
80th Annual May Ball
Monday May 9 2016.

Presenting the very finest in the Motion Picture Industry, we will award iconic movie icon Shirley Knight, star-actor Ted Donaldson, H.H. Prince Mario-Max Schaumburg-Lippe, and numerous others. In attendance also will be the Women’s International Center 501c3, the Rose Breast Cancer Society 501c3, the Multicultural Motion Picture Association, and esteemed CA Congresswoman Diane Watson.


Recent Event: 80th Annual St. Patrick's Day Ball March 14 2016

We were pleased to honor our Southern California Motion Picture Council Presidents Award to:

Damian Miles, Critic, Historian, The Hollywood 101 Show. Recipient of the SCMPC Golden Halo Award.

Carmelita Pittman, Recording Artist and Founder of the Rose Breast Cancer Society 501c3

The Haglers for their Philanthropy

Raul Esperanza Famed Film Director from Chicago

Pat Womsley Performing Artist, award co-presented by Revered Brandt

H.H. Dr. Prince Mario-Max Schaumburg-Lippe - Among many other accomplishments, he is Screen Actors Guild and currently signed to Warner Brothers, he will be in a Randal Malone Frankenstein movie

Notable Guests included:

Lee DeBolt and his wife, he is the oldest living westerns stuntman

DeeAnn Marie Celebrity Manager, Robert Lathier, President of Reel Cowboys


Recent Event: February 8 2016 79th Annual Holiday Ball

We Were Pleased to Honor:

Laurie Jacobson Celebrated author who chronicles the history of Hollywood complete with its tales of wonder as well as scandals. Her books include Hollywood Haunted, Dishing Hollywood, and Timmy's in the Well - the Jon Provost Story. She has also written and produced shows and documentaries including the 20th Anniversary of the Mary Tyler Moore Show, the Museum of Television and Radio's Salute to Funny Women of Television, The Suzanne Somer's Show and more. lauriejacobson.com

His Highness Prince Mario-Max Schaumburg-Lippe of Germany, Award winning actor, performing artist, TV Journalist, Bertelsman-Randomhouse author, recording artist, and keynote speaker received a Golden Halo Award. schaumburglippe.org

Jon Provost best known for starring as Timmy Martin (the foster boy on the Miller farm) from 1957-1964 in Timmy and Lassie. His film and TV credits are many including Lassie, Mr. Ed, The Jack Benny Show, Escapade in Japan, and Back from Eternity. jonprovost.com

Paul Petersen actor, singer, novelist and activist who played Jeff Stone on the Donna Reed show, was in the Mickey Mouse Club, as well as in the blockbuster film Houseboat. paulpetersen.com


Recent Event: December 7 2015 79th Annual Holiday Ball

The Southern California Motion Picture Council was very pleased to honor, among others, internationally famed author and journalist Countess Yola, as well as legendary singer Jimmy Rodgers. We also had the pleasure of honoing Jimmy Garrett from the "Here's Lucy" TV show, and world-renown designer Michael Bush, subject of the book The King of Style: Dressing Michael Jackson. We enjoyed a riveting holiday dance performance by honoree Prince Mario Waldemar of Schaumburg-Lippe aka Prince Max of Schaumburg, recipient of the Best New Hollywood Stage and Screen Entertainment Personality of the Year 2015 Award.


Recent Event: October 12 2015 79th Annual Autumn Ball

The Southern California Motion Picture Council was thrilled to honor, among others, famed actress, model and singer Mamie Van Doren, as well as accomplished Prince Mario Waldemar of Schaumburg-Lippe aka Prince Max of Schaumburg who was presented with the Best Musical Performance and Performing Arts Social Media Icon Award.


Recent Special Event:

May 2015

For the Premier of the comedy horror feature "Mansion of Blood" Starring Oscar nominees Gary Busey and Teri Moore at Grauman's Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood!

“Mansion of Blood” is a hilarious, campy “who-done-it” horror comedy-film set in an abandoned mansion built in 1912 and renovated by eccentric millionaire Mason Murphy who invites everyone in the small town of River Ridge to a wild lunar eclipse viewing party to celebrate his new home.

Tom Tangen, Carla Laemmle, Gary Busey

Starring Actors From Hollywood’s Most Famous Families

The Southern California Motion Picture Council To Bestow Golden Halo Awards on
and “Mansion of Blood” as the Horror Film of The Year

Hollywood Appreciation Society to Present
TV Legend ROSE MARIE and Oscar® Winning Actress
MARGARET O’BRIEN with The Golden Mask Award

Award Recipients: Joe Bologna, Renee Taylor, Marty Ingels, Rose Marie, Michelle Tomlinson, George Barris, Margaret O’Brien


Contact for Media Credentials only: Edward Lozzi & Associates PR 310-922-1200 epl@lozzipr.com
TALENT SUBMISSIONS - Contact Elusive Entertainment LLC at (818) 489-6986 or email tomtangen@hotmail.com


Past Event:

2015 St. Patrick's Day Ball on March 16, 2015


Past Event:

79th Annual St. Valentine's Day Ball

Monday, February 9, 2015 7pm - 10pm

Among a Dazzling Array of Hollywood Personalities, Our Honorees Include:


Sarah Jane Karloff

Accomplished daughter of screen legend Boris Karloff known for his roles playing Frankenstein. http://artsmeme.com/2011/04/24/sara-karloff-daughter-of-frankenstein/

Robert Aragon

World famous fine art portrait Artist, admired by Vincent Price, with a passion for horror and science fiction. http://aragonartstudio.com/biography.html

Ron Masak

Renown actor from Murder She Wrote, Award to be presented by Academy Award winning actress Ms. Margaret O'Brien. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0556041/

Trini Lopez

Trini Lopez (born 15 May 1937) is a celebrated American singer, guitarist and actor who had 16 Top 40 songs on the charts from 1963 - 1968. http://www.trinilopez.com


Past Event:


Monday December 8, 2014 7pm-10pm


Past Event:


Monday October 13, 2014 7pm-10pm

Our Golden Halo honorees included:

Mary Gregory - Golden Halo Lifetime Achievement Award

- Her film credits include: Sleeper (1973), Coming Home (1978) and They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969) Mary is also known for three "Twilight Zone" episodes: "The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street", "The Lateness Of The Hour" and "The Shelter". In a career spanning 60 years Mary has appeared on nearly every Television show imaginable from "Gunsmoke" to "Perry Mason" to "Cannon".

Christopher Riordan - Golden Halo Lifetime Achievement Award

- Stage, Screen,Television, Choreography, Directing Discovered by Fred Astaire, his film credits include Somebody Up There Likes Me, Raintree County, My Fair Lady, The Cincinatti Kid, The Loved One, The Great Race, Goodbye Charlie, Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls. TV Credits: The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, The Bing Crosby Show, Batman, Perry Mason,The Andy Griffith Show, The Lucy Show, The Monkees, Get Smart, Gidget, Hogan's Heroes, My Three Sons, The Fugitive and Ugly Betty.

Lydia Cornell - Golden Halo Lifetime Achievement Award

- An AFI Best Actress nominee and People's Choice Award winner, international star of over 250 TV shows and films, best known as the star of ABC's hit series Too Close for Comfort as TV legend Ted Knight's daughter, Sara Rush. Her credits include Twilight Zone, Simon & Simon, Full House, Knight Rider, Love Boat (5), Hexed, T.J. Hooker, A-Team, Fantasy Island, Charlie’s Angels, Dukes, Monsters, Dick Clark’s Rockin’ Eve (co-host). She is a mother, author, teen mentor, talk show host, comedienne, producer, director, and award-winning write

Debra Tate - Golden Halo Lifetime Achievement Award

- Actress, author, model, and victim's advocate, Debra Tate has worked to bring about change in human rights legislation. She has been interviewed by Larry King, Anderson Cooper, Diane Sawyer, and Matt Lauer and has appeared in numerous documentaries and shows including Good Morning America and Dateline. Debra Tate captures her sister’s life in “Sharon Tate: Recollection” published by the Running Press. This book celebrates her sister actress and includes memories from Roman Polanski David Niven, Warren Beatty, Jane Fonda, Joan Collins and Lee Grant.r.

Terry Moore - Golden Halo Lifetime Achievement Award

- Ms. Moores' film debut was at age 11 in 20th Century Fox's Maryland (1940). Throughout the 1940s, she worked under a variety of names (her own, Judy Ford and January Ford) before settling on Terry Moore in 1948. Credits include RKO's Mighty Joe Young (1949); she received an Academy Award nomination for her performance in Paramount's Come Back, Little Sheba (1952). She wrote a book detailing her secret life with Hughes from 1947-56, The Beauty and the Billionaire, in 1984. She has starred in 77 feature films, is a pilot and has co-starred with many of Hollywood's leading legends.

Monika Henreid - Southern California Motion Picture Council Honoree

- Ms. Henreid's long list of credits includes Airport, The California Kid (TV Movie), Gerry, The Blue Knight (TV Movie), Don't Be Afraid of the Dark (TV Movie), Party Guest (as Monica Henreid), Stat! (TV Movie), Mary Ann Murphy, Bad Company, The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid, Kate's Girl, The Omega Man, Family Member, Diamond Stud, Sarah, Ballad in Blue, Antonia, My Fair Lady, Dead Ringer, Janet, Alfred Hitchcock Presents (TV Series), Eva the Student, Thriller (TV Series), Miss Curtis, Girls on the Loose and Lili (cigarette girl) (as Monica Henreid).


Past Event: December 2014

Monday December 8, 2014 78th Annual HOLIDAY BALL


Past Event:

2014 Founder's Day Ball

Monday MAY 12, 2014

Our Founder's Day Ball Celebrities included: Famed Actor Lorenzo Lamas Jr (Falconcrest, the Bold and the Beautiful)
Golden-Globe Winning Actress Olivia Hussey (Zefirelli's Romeo and Juliette, Jesus of Nazareth)
Movie and TV Actress Francine York (It's Only Money, I Dream of Jeannie)
Film Icon Richard Anderson (Six Million Dollar Man and Bionic Woman)
Action Hero Martin Kove (Rambo, First Blood II)
Actress, Lyricist, Model Linda Thompson (Fantasy Island, Beverly Hills 90210)
Mickey Rooney Tribute - by Academy Award Winning Margaret O'Brien and International Film Star Randal Malone
Andrew Sisters Song by Carmelita Pittman and Friends

Event was filmed all evening by Bionic Sisters Productions


Past Event:

2014 St. Patrick's Day Ball

Monday MARCH 10, 2014

  • Honorees included muti-platinum Grammy Award-winning superstar Rita Coolidge and famed actor Christopher Atkins (Blue Lagoon, Dallas, etc)!
  • Past Lifetime Achievement honoree actress, Carla Laemmele, niece of past Universal Pictures Studio chief Carl Laemmele. She is 104 years young!
  • With a special Artistic Achievement presentation to celebrity Fine Artist Charlene Rooney made by the Women's International Center!
  • Performance by Living Legacy Honoree and Guinness Book of Worlds Records-holding Dorothy Kloss and Ken Prescott!

To view and download photos from our last event, please visit http://www.yogile.com/scmpc-march-10-2014

Southern California Motion Picture Council

Hollywood 2014 @ Sportsmens Lodge Hotel

SCMPC in the news! A few highlights among many...

Margaret O'Brien and Rose Marie http://www.scpr.org/blogs

Carol Channing http://www.performingartslive.com

Mickey Rooney http://www.youtube.com/watch

Randal Malone http://www.wic.org/bio/RandalMalone

Geri Jewell http://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwtv/article/Photo

Barbara Van Orden http://highlighthollywood.com/the-southern-california-motion-picture-councils

Norman Lear http://www.broadwayworld.com/los-angeles/article/The-Southern-California-Motion-Picture

Ford Austin and Marc Wasserman http://www.newswiretoday.com/news

Malone Manor http://www.filmthreat.com/interviews