John Frank Rosenblum

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John Frank Rosenblum
Born United States
Occupation Film producer, screenwriter, actor

John Frank Rosenblum is an American film producer, screenwriter, and actor.[1]

He is an internationally recognized expert on motion picture trailers.[citation needed] On September 7, 2006, eNewsChannels reported that he had "exited Lighthouse Productions after fifteen years as a producer to become a partner at Epic Level Entertainment."[citation needed]

Rosenblum is a graduate of the School of Cinematic Arts, University of Southern California and the Darlington School. In 1980, he acquired the license from BBC Enterprises, Ltd to market their television programs to American audiences, and has appeared as on-air talent and ran fan communications, in conjunction with another BBC licensee, Lionheart Television.[citation needed] In 1985, Rosenblum began producing local and national public broadcasting fund raising programming for such BBC programs as Doctor Who, EastEnders, and Red Dwarf.[citation needed]

In 1987, he was given recognition by Public Television for having raised over $1,000,000 for local public broadcasting stations.[citation needed]

Rosenblum is a member of the Producers Guild of America (Producer Council), Screen Actors Guild, Hollywood Branch, and Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (Producer Branch).[citation needed]


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