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www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
scaterbone@live.com
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Stanley J. Caterbone
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603

IN THE UNITED STATES THIRD CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS


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Lisa Michelle Lambert :
PETITIONER :
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Lynn Bissonnette, et al., :
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Stanley J. Caterbone :
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SUBMISSION AS EXHIBIT BY APPELANT

I hereby on this 2 nd day of November, 2015, submit for considerations in the above captioned case the
attached document as an EXHIBIT to be considered by the court in the deliberations of this case. The Appellant is
going on the record after attending the movie Steven Jobs on November 1, 2015; Steve Jobs Introduced the
Mcintosh Computer in 1984. In 1987 Stan J. Caterbone, APPELLANT and Tony Bongiov of Power Station
Studios, and Flatbush Films were making the "First Digital Movie". The entire project was extorted through a vast
criminal and civil conspiracy during the Whistleblowing Activities of International Signal and Control, plc., (ISC)
beginning on June 23, 1987. The legal doctrine will provide the protection and will grant the APPELLANT and all
related parties the benefit due to the fact that there was no opportunity to fail. This subject matter is covered
extensively as Intellectual Property Claims in U.S. District Court Case No. 05-2288 and 06-4650. The RICO claims
toll the statute of limitations in all cases. In addition, this court, in Case No. 07-4474 has preserved the same such
claim.

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Date: October 23, 2015 Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se
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U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals


Case No. 15-3400, Lisa Michelle Lambert Habeus Corpus
Order Appealed: Motion for Summary Judgment Dismissed October 14, 2015

SUBMISSION Statement by Appellant November 2, 2015

Stan Caterbone and ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Expertise in


Computer and Information Related Technologies
1975 to 2015

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Computer Programming Grade A in 1975 at Lancaster Catholic High School Fortran
Computer Language
2. Computer & Man Grade A in 1977 at Millersville University Basic Computer
Language
3. Principals of Data Processing Grade A in 1978 at Millersville University Cobol
Computer Language
4. "Escaping the UNIX Tar Pit" Article for CD-ROM Magazine by Stan Caterbone and
John Garofolo, Computer Scientist at NIST
5. THE DIGITAL MOVIE Joint Venture Proposal for The Sony Organization
1. SONY CORPORATION
2. INTRODUCTION
3. SONY'S ROLE
4. SONY/PSDMS
5. TIMING
6. MARKETING & DISTRIBUTION
7. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
8. FINANCIAL STRUCTURE
9. June 1, 1987 Business Week Cover Story: SONY'S CHALLENGE
10. STATISTICS FOR SONY DEAL
11. Beyond the Bijou Article: SOPHISTICATED FILM TECHNOLOGIESAND
FUTURISTIC FORMATS ARE REDEFININGTHE NATURE OF COHTEMPORARY MOVIE
THEATERS.
12. Investors Proposal
13. Table Of Contents

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14. Section II: The Project


15. Investing In Motion Pictures
16. Financial Forecasts
17. Spring 1987 Article: You Oughta Be In Pictures!1 by Alan Talansky
18. Disclosure
19. Project Financing Alternatives
20. ANALYSIS
21. May 27, 1987: The Production Budget
22. May 29, 1987: Letter From Flatbush Films
23. June 12, 1987: Letter From Flatbush Films
24. May 29, 1987: Letter to Joel Goldhammer, Patent Attorney
25. June 25, 1987: Patent Research From Joel Goldhammer
26. Power Productions I Letter of Intent
27. May 20, 1987 Richard Fox Attorney Invoice For Letter of Intent
28. Gamillion Studios Brochure
29. Screen International Article: Gamillion: mini-major in the heart of Hollywood
30. Cover Page for Executive Summary
31. Executive Summary
1. Updates for Executive Summary October 10, 2015
2. History of Federal Whistleblowing Case and Targeted Individual
3. The Courts and the United States Legal System
4. Family History
5. The Public Record
6. Is Lancaster County Ground Zero for U.S. Sponsored Mind Control
7. Affidavit of Joinment of October 10, 2015
8. 29 FALSE ARRESTS RECORD Since 1987
9. 21 ILLEGAL NO TRESPASS NOTICES
32. Stan Caterbone's Notarized Affidavit for FFCHS September 16, 2010
Redacted Version
33. Stan Caterbone's Detailed Victimization Affidavit of 2010
34. Samuel P Caterbone US Sponsored Mind Control Affidavit 1996
35. Sammy A. Caterbone Affidavit of US Sponsored Mind Control 1991

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Escaping the UNIX1 Tar Pit


Producing CD-ROMs in the UNIX Environment
Authored & Published in January of 1991

Stan J. Caterbone
Director of CD-ROM Technologies for American Helix Technology
Director of Advanced Media Group, Ltd.
1857 Colonial Village Lane
Lancaster, PA 17601.
Phone: (800) 525-6575
Fax: (717) 392-7897

John S. Garofolo
Computer Scientist
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Technology Building,
Room A-216
Gaithersburg, MD 20899
Phone: (301) 975-3193
Email: john@ssi.ncsl.nist.gov

UNIX is a trademark of American Telephone and Telegraph, Inc. (AT&T). 2Disclaimer: Certain trade names and company products are
mentioned in the text in order to adequately specify procedures and equipment used. In no case does such identification imply
recommendation or endorsement by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, nor does it imply that the products are
necessarily the best available for the purpose.

Just when things are going smoothly, and we begin to feel a little too comfortable and too
confident with CD-ROM technology, someone or something puts us in our place -- and
thankfully so. It's these challenges that facilitate our progress toward broadening the horizons
of CD-ROM technologies.

This article is intended to inform publishers and manufacturers of the problems that can be
encountered in using UNIX tar-formatted files as a medium of data submission for CD-ROM
production and some of the issues confronting the next generation of CD-ROM publishers.
Databases developed on non-DOS-based3 systems which have performance requirements that
exceed MS-DOS capabilities are becoming more commonplace. Ironically, the existing CD-ROM
production infrastructure has been created and supported primarily by DOS-based systems.
Although we are making progress in publishing data on other platforms, a large majority of
the CD-ROMs published today are still designed on DOS machines for use on DOS machines.
The current tendency to link CD-ROM with DOS is making difficult the implementation of CD-
ROM technology on non-DOS systems and, therefore, slowing its widespread acceptance.
3DOS is a trademark of the International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) and MS-DOS is
a trademark of the Microsoft Corporation.

The ensuing paragraphs illustrate the need for the CD-ROM industry become more in tune with
the trends which are shaping information technologies. CD-ROM, which is one such
information technology, is beginning to recruit a new breed of both users and publishers,
which are hoping that CD-ROM will adapt to them, as opposed to them having to adapt to it.
The Automated Speech Recognition Group of the National Institute of Standards and
Technology (NIST) is one such CD-ROM publisher.

The NIST Automated Speech Recognition Group


Sponsored in part by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Information Science

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and Technology Office (DARPA-ISTO), the group designs and implements methods of
performance evaluation for spoken language systems. These systems consist of natural
language understanding as well as speech recognition components. Additionally, it distributes
databases, or corpora, of speech recordings as standard reference material for the
development and evaluation of these systems.

Traditionally, these speech corpora have been recorded and stored in a digital form rather than
in an analog audio format. This allows the data to be easily loaded, stored, and manipulated in
computers and prevents signal degradation in copies. The speech is digitized at a sampling
rate of between 10 and 20 kHz., as opposed to the 44.1 kHz. sampling rate used in CD-audio.
Digitizing speech at these sampling frequencies keeps intact the properties of the speech
signal that are important for automatic speech recognition while minimizing storage
requirements. These corpora typically consist of thousands of spoken phrases or sentences
which are stored in separate files for ease of computer manipulation.

In the mid 1980's, the NIST began an archival/lending library for public domain speech
corpora. The corpora were originally maintained and distributed on half-inch reel-to-reel digital
magnetic computer tapes. Initially, these corpora were small, but as recognition systems
became more sophisticated, their appetite for "training" data grew tremendously. By the end
of the decade these corpora were each occupying 50 or more 6250 bpi. half-inch magnetic
tapes and even larger databases were on the horizon. Managing these colossal databases of
speech had become a real problem. Simply storing, copying, and distributing the corpora had
become unwieldy. Furthermore, maintaining the integrity of the corpora was even more
difficult as tapes were frequently damaged in shipment or by rogue tape drives.

NIST and CD-ROM


By early 1988, the NIST Automated Speech Recognition Group had begun investigating optical
disk storage technologies as a means of replacing its tape archives. Initially, Write-Once Read-
Many (WORM) technology was considered for use as a universal distribution medium but was
found to lack adequate standardization. Fortunately, in the Spring of 1988, the ISO-9660 file
format standard for CD-ROM was adopted and CD-ROM was chosen by NIST as a new
"experimental" medium for distributing speech corpora.

NIST decided that the first corpus to be produced on CD-ROM would be the DARPA "TIMIT"
Acoustic-Phonetic Continuous Speech Corpus. Under DARPA sponsorship, TIMIT was jointly
designed, recorded, transcribed, and archived by Texas Instruments (TI) , the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology (MIT), SRI International, and the National Bureau of Standards (now
NIST). The TIMIT corpus was designed to provide speech data for the acquisition of
acousticphonetic knowledge and for the development and evaluation of automatic speech
recognition systems. The corpus contains recordings of 630 speakers from 8 major dialect
divisions of American English each speaking 10 phonetically-rich sentences. In addition to
standard orthographic (text) transcriptions, TIMIT contains unique time-aligned phonetic
transcriptions.

NIST felt that TIMIT's unique structure would be of great interest to speech researchers and,
therefore, would probably be ideal for widespread publication on CD-ROM. NIST decided to
publish two-thirds of the corpus on a "prototype" CD-ROM. Because of the ISO-9660
restrictions on filename length and format, the chosen two-thirds of the corpus to be placed
on CD-ROM was restructured from a flat directory structure with lengthy unique UNIX
filenames into a dense 5-level directory hierarchy, which reflected the design of the corpus and
conformed to ISO-9660. The resulting directory structure contained 4200 bottom-level
subdirectories -- one for each sentence-utterance, and 3 files per utterance for a total of
12,600 data files! This new organization required the use of the entire path and filename to
uniquely identify a file but was "visually navigable."

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To date, more than 200 "TIMIT Prototype" discs have been distributed to universities and
speech research laboratories worldwide. The discs were well received by the speech research
community and have been read on PC's, Macintoshes4, various UNIX systems, NeXT5
machines and MicroVAXes6. The "experiment" had proved to be successful.

As of this writing, NIST has produced four releases of speech corpora on eight discs. Recently,
NIST completed production of its most ambitious speech disc so far. The new disc is a
complete revision of the TIMIT Prototype disc and contains the speech for the complete 630-
speaker corpus as well as all-new time aligned word-boundary transcriptions. The new TIMIT
CD-ROM contains 25,200 data files (4 files per utterance) as well as more extensive
documentation and software utilities.

After the production of the TIMIT prototype disc, NIST recognized the need to distribute
speech 4Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. 5NeXT is a trademark of NeXT, Inc.
corpora in a consistent format. Unfortunately, no standard file format existed for storing and
exchanging speech signals. Compounding this problem, almost every speech research
laboratory around the world used different hardware and software configurations for speech
signal processing and analysis.

A UNIX-Based CD-ROM Preparation Workstation


In order to implement a full scale CD-ROM production effort, the Automated Speech
Recognition Group built a UNIX-based CD-ROM publishing workstation, which also doubles as a
general-purpose speech research system. CD-ROM images are prepared on a Sun
Microsystems server system with 32 megabytes of main memory, 3 gigabytes of high-speed
magnetic disc storage, a 9- track tape drive, an 8mm tape drive, and of course a CD-ROM
drive. The workstation contains two 1.2 gigabyte magnetic disc drives on which entire CD-
ROM images can be assembled and simulated.

Each CD-ROM is now organized entirely in the UNIX environment. Many of the standard UNIX
utilities and capabilities have proven ideal tools for CD-ROM preparation. Tar files are now
submitted for CD-ROM replication on one 8mm tape, instead of 5 or 6 half-inch reel-to-reel
tapes.

UNIX-based CD-ROM premastering software is planned to be added in the near future to help
alleviate some of the complications NIST has experienced in submitting data for replication. By
performing ISO-9660 formatting in house, an ISO-9660 image can be submitted to the
replication facility. The ISO-9660 image can then be directly loaded into a mastering system
thus circumventing the problems which can occur downloading tar-formatted files.

NIST has developed strategies to maximize the portability of its CD-ROMs by organizing
speech data into a consistent format and providing utilities which can be linked into each
laboratory's unique hardware and software systems. To accomplish this, a flexible, object-
oriented header structure was developed for the exchange of speech files, especially on CD-
ROM. The header is an ASCII-based structure prepended to each speech file and allows an
utterance to be uniquely identified (even if the file is copied from CD-ROM and inadvertently
renamed) and describes basic attributes of the speech signal to aid in digital to analog
operations. A set of software utilities have been written, "Speech Header Resources"
(SPHERE), to provide a low-level interface for importing and manipulating these files. NIST
now publishes all speech data in this more consistent format.

A Data Submission Problem


All of the key components for efficient CD-ROM production were in place at NIST, except for a
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it was dismayed to learn that most CD-ROM replication facilities accepted only standard ANSI
labeled or ISO-9660 imaged tapes as transfer media. The small Automated Speech
Recognition Group could not justify the expense of purchasing a special-purpose premastering
workstation dedicated to creating ISO-9660 tapes. Neither could NIST provide standard ANSI-
labeled tapes because the simple structure of ANSI-formatted files would not preserve the
extensive directory structure required by the many files typically contained in speech corpora.

The UNIX tar Answer?


The tar-formatted tape is the standard medium of data exchange in the UNIX world and NIST
had been successfully distributing speech corpora on "tar tapes" for several years. The UNIX
tar (Tape Archive) utility was designed to create a portable archive format for UNIX files. The
tar program generates a single file (usually on magnetic tape) which contains all of the
information necessary for reconstituting directories, files, and UNIX-specific file parameters.
What distinguishes the tar utility from most other archive programs is that the archive format
it creates is portable across machines and operating systems. The key to the tar format's
portability is in its simplicity. Tar does not employ any elaborate compression algorithms when
generating an archive. It simply creates a byte-for-byte copy of each file to be archived with a
prepended header block. The header block contains the path and name of the file (or
directory), the file size, the time of last modification, and UNIX ownership and permission
flags. Because the information in the each header block as well as the file itself is byte-
encoded, the tar file can be read by any system which can recognize a stream of bytes. Of
course, binary executable files are system-specific and cannot usually be implemented on
differing systems. But text, source code, and binary data files can be easily exchanged.

To date, the tar program has been ported to many operating systems, including MS-DOS and
VMS8 as well as the many variants of UNIX. Because the tar format is portable and preserves
directory hierarchy, and because a tar file can be written to a standard ANSI-labeled tape or
any other storage medium, NIST concluded that tar formatted ANSI tapes would be the ideal
vehicle for providing a CD-ROM-ready file image to a replication plant. Unfortunately, NIST has
found that most replication plants either refuse to accept tar-formatted files or they charge
considerable "data conversion" fees to download the files into their premastering systems. To
say the least, the acceptance of tar as an input medium for CD-ROM production has been less
than universal by the CD-ROM replication industry. The replication facilities that have ventured
into the "tar pit" with NIST have frequently encountered technical delays and cost overruns. In
theory, the tar-tape to CD-ROM process should be simple.

But in reality, it has rarely been straightforward to implement. Pitfalls in Extracting a CD-ROM
Image from a UNIX tar File The challenges encountered in producing a CD-ROM from a 630-
megabyte tar tape, which contains over 25,000 files, can at first seem insurmountable.
Several problems have occurred during production, some of which are still not completely
resolved. Downloading and extracting a CD-ROM image from a tar file can be excruciatingly
slow, taking 15 or more machine hours of time for a single disc image. If a tar file is packed
with thousands of files, unforeseen complications can arise in the extraction process, and
diagnosing and troubleshooting all of the subsystems involved can become painful for even the
most experienced of engineers and technicians.

Extracting the file structure from a tar file for a CD-ROM such as the new TIMIT disc requires a
great deal of time and attention because of the extraordinary number of directories and files.
The subsystems involved in the tar extraction process require seamless integration. These
include the PC hardware platform and MS-DOS operating system, the premastering system,
the device drivers, controller cards, tape back-up systems, and the tar utility. Limitations
inherent in the MS-DOS operating system, device drivers, and file structures can result in
breakdowns in any one of these subsystems resulting in the loss of hours of man and machine
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Eight-mm tape subsystems can be especially vulnerable when extracting exceedingly large
numbers of files. This is because 8mm tape drives are mechanically suited for streaming
operations. They are not as accommodating as 9-track tape drives in the quick stopping and
starting movements, which become necessary when extracting many thousands of small files.
Additional loss of efficiency occurs when 8mm drives must interface with a system, which has
become bogged-down with overloaded magnetic disk sub-systems. The only way to optimize
their operation is to load and buffer large blocks of raw data before it is tar-extracted. Subtle
problems may also arise when the controller cards of some 8mm tape systems are not entirely
compatible with the publishing system being used. These and other unforeseen problems can
cause a tape drive to abort operations well before completion of the extraction process. Worse
yet, because the tar format does not guarantee that directories and files are stored in any
particular order, an entire tar file must be scanned to extract any subset of files contained in
it. If the tar-extraction process aborts before the end of the tar file is reached, the entire
process must be restarted from the beginning to insure that all files are loaded. These
constraints require that special efforts be taken to prepare backup tapes and even second
backup tapes during production. This is one area of risk where the insurance is well worth the
effort, and is within one's control. Many of the other pitfalls are not as easy to anticipate or
avoid.

One of the more frustrating problems encountered while downloading the TIMIT tar file was
that of the overhead created while extracting the 18,900 small transcription files. To illustrate
this point, during the downloading of the 632-megabyte tar file, containing the 25,241 TIMIT
files, the process aborted on 650-, 850-, and 1200-megabyte partitions due to insufficient disc
space!

On UNIX systems, the size of file blocks (similar to the ISO-9660 and DOS sector structures)
can be modified. Although the ISO-9660 standard supports different sector sizes, the
individual operating systems used in the premastering process may present problems. For
example, MS-DOS 3.31 does not allow any modifications to sector size. Fortunately, MS-DOS
4.0 is more forgiving.

The TIMIT tar file contained 18,900 transcription files of under 2Kb each. A premastering
system running DOS 3.31 with a 16Kb sector size would require over 300 megabytes of disk
storage for these files, which actually amount to less than 32 megabytes of data. This results
in disk overhead of 1 order of magnitude! However, by switching to DOS 4.0, the sector size
can be reduced to as little as 512 bytes. This significantly reduces the overhead being used by
the DOS partition. It is therefore important to adjust the sector size to accommodate the size
of the database files to be downloaded. To maximize disk usage, the sector size should be set
high when premastering a database with a few large textual files. But when a database (such
as TIMIT) contains many small files, the sector size should be greatly reduced. Likewise, it is
also important to allow for this kind of overhead on the CD-ROM itself. Although CD-ROMs are
generally created with a 2Kb sector size, the sector size can be reduced on the ISO-9660
image in the premastering phase to as little as 512 bytes. By decreasing the sector size on the
TIMIT ISO-9660 image to 512 bytes, potential disc overhead was reduced by about 32
megabytes.

Finally, a hidden source of potential problems lies within the implementation of the utility used
to extract the tar file. There are currently a number of tar utilities that have been written and
are in use today. Many of these utilities are suboptimal in speed and efficiency. The time
required for downloading a tar file can become critical when extracting large numbers of files.
Therefore, using the right tar implementation is a must.

The Real "Tar Pit" -- Universal Operability


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discs lies not in which utilities or platforms to use, but within the deeper abyss of universal
operability. Universal operability encompasses the common methodology of transferring,
publishing, and retrieving many different types of data across different platforms, while using
different hardware and software systems. Attempting to extract a tar file into a DOS-based
premastering system is a perfect example of why universal operability is the next technical
challenge for the CD-ROM industry at large. If this issue is continued to be ignored, entire
market segments will be left paralyzed because of the inability to publish information from
beginning to end without experiencing compatibility problems. This bleak scenario could result
in the CD-ROM industry losing the acceptance and respect it has worked hard to gain.

The Challenge Ahead


This article has illustrated some of the potential problems, which can result when using the
UNIX tar format as a data submission medium for CD-ROM replication. More importantly, it
has shown that a much greater variety of CD-ROM applications could blossom if the CD-ROM
industry embraces a diversification of CD-ROM platforms. The ISO-9660 standard has
provided a good basis for the exchange of CD-ROMs across different hardware and software
platforms. It is now time for the CD-ROM industry to address and overcome the many
obstacles faced by the challenge of universal operability. The increasing need for a standard
media- and platform-independent format for data submission is just one such obstacle. In the
short term, manufacturers of CD-ROM premastering workstations should publish specifications
indicating the limitations of their systems. This would allow publishers and replicators of
"atypical" CD-ROMs to avoid many of unforeseen pitfalls they must now face. In the long term,
these premastering systems must be made more robust.

The next generation of CD-ROM publishers and users will help CD-ROM technology reach new
heights, but they will become far less forgiving as CD-ROM becomes more commonplace. For
NIST, the UNIX road to CD-ROM has certainly been "the road less traveled." Currently, the
development, production, and use of CD-ROM technology in UNIX and other environments is
still in its infancy. However, by increasing support for development and production in these
environments, CD-ROMs may someday be produced and used on a variety of platforms as
easily as they are on MS-DOS-based systems today. It is only in this way that the CD-ROM will
become the truly universal medium of data exchange that it was intended to be.

Acknowledgments
The authors wish to thank the following people which have helped them in their quest for
solutions to the problems this article has outlined: Joe Bradley and Clayton Summers at Philips
and Dupont 10Helgerson, L. W., "Universal Operability: The Technical Solution", Disc
Magazine, pp. 36-39, October 1990. Optical Co., Dennis Clark, formerly of Meridian Data, Inc.,
Leon Whidbee and Gisele Venczel at Disc Manufacturing, Inc., Lance Buder and Sylvester Pefek
at Optical Media International, and Tom Brown at Reflective Software.

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socpe of Pmject

m k e t i r g and Distrikution

Financial Prcposdl

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'Ibny m i m i and F t x e r Station is about to undertake one of the


mast ~roiectsin the entertairmrent irdusby that the Business World
has wer seen. Ihe fascirratbq elements of this project are as follows:

A). Wical Overtcn=s

B). ~ 1 o g y
C). m k e t b g ard D i s t r i h k i c n

D). Limited DJrJrside Risk B t e n t j d

W h a ycxl prt all of the abwe elaoents tog- in any business v w


have a vezy s t r a g and paJerN entity. Naw, prt the abwe elements in o m

' of the largest ard mDst visible W i e s available ---the htertairmrent


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EsuipPent in both the RemrdIndustryardalsotheTbeatricaland
Vi&o B3ushy as s e l l as Television arrd Pay T.V.. In additicm and even uore
inportant we waiid like to credit Scny w i t h omtrihtiq in the develcpnent of
the Scny- Digital Ren,rdiq System that w i l l recoFprized the
World by way of several different medium e q c s u s . lhis will have

effeds in the bay of jmreasd sales in both the C l x m m e r m level as well


as the Professianl E n v i s m e n t .

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In the f o l l d q paragraFhs I w i l l address the abzwe elements an3 pmve


to-rt thepcrtential for this project.

'Ihe m v i e wa,s developed to help Wmy mi6 take his mtive ard &us
Marts in the rmsic hdustry to captxre ather k d w b y ' s that are

aanplimentary - theatrical, televisicn an3 cable, video, intennticenl film ard


m el&cs ~ a Because
~ of Wmy's. track reond ard

aocanplishents in both -logy an3 nusical prducticn - Bon Jovi! aE


film already will have appeal t h r u q h the fed- of his latest band French

Lick. Dmy has used the s a nusical


~ format for their f i r s t a l k m as he used
for Bn Jwi, *& sold nine millicn alhms thus far
hasI - n, dllxrm has ever
sold nvre alhms in its f i r s t six ucmths in the history of the recon3iq
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kbstry. Because of the timirg of the a l h x m - w b i d l w i l l aaninate the

rmsical saxe - the two sbaild anl w i l l ccnpliment ane another vezy
profitably! 'Ib further the mrktzbility of the picture he w r a p d this into a
horror script - w i d e s t mrketability due to intennticanl d k k i h t i c n - an3
an that will plwerrt the okritiffil" Minfluencing the audiences.

'Ib add finther to the project, Tcny w i l l the f i r s t wvie ever w i t h a

digital sand txack fran set to theatre arrl video. This tectylology a l e wmld

mst anyme else 190% of the total budget just for the s a d prrducticn.
rmis is W h e n t h e p j e c t g e t s i n t e r e S t i n g a s f a r a s ~ a n d d i s t r ~ c n

isculzemd.

Because of the exclusivity of the te&nicdl el- arr3 the 1 ~ 1 ' the
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xarkthg ad in even the nost


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lmxEmxz AND DlsTmmrION

Ncw lets take this project and look at it with 5-: to biu e1eQmt.s:

a ) . Video

b) . D i g i t a l r6mrd.k~ard playiq

T h e vi- inaustry is a 56 billion dollar ' ' ,' y that is in need of product.
utren yrxl lmk a t the patentidl for a prcduct that w i l l be the first a d a d
prduct that will canpliment the fast paced ~~Fsltertainmet
w i t h a rmsical -re that m y have emmgh d t s of its am-ym have an
arnazirg p b m t i a l for d i s t r M m ! !

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% D i g i t a l an3 D i s c Irduslq has p m to be the fuhrre standard for
mrdi.rq ard playing in due time. Because of its newness, there are nore

m l e wfao have yet to hear the digital sm-d. Because of the visibility and
exposure that will cane fron this project-this a u l d be the first time ever

pecple hear digital by way of theatre ard video! As to hckJ mmy pecple? 1 - 10
- 50 - 100 millian?

well, what w i l l be their first reactim? J NEED 'ID HTY A DISC PIAYER!

lheir reaction w i l l be I ~ T O H E A R ~ S a U N D I N M y N D L T ? V ~ ,

VIDEX), MXrIE, a-.

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We a d likesmytocarnait fifteenmillion f o r t h r e e t o fcur future products


that will follm t h e s a n r e f o m t a s t h e ~ ~ ~ s o t h a t ' l t m y ~

sCply w i l l p i t i o n tharselves as the picmeer ard leaders in the -. lhis

will mt allcu onpsitim t o gain assets to the marketplaoe until ue are a l l


fkmly situated ard profitable.

We w i l l also assist in any way possible in the of the theatrical


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a 60 scxrd spot in the beginning of the video, ve will do m

.Smy d its r m t r W c m s to the Digital lY&stry and the differa-ce be-

a m v e n t i d and digital recordirq.

I. The spot will be a ~xzme-my w i t h nusic fmn Rpncfi Lick inthe

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-- 'Ihe Carmentary w i l l d i s c l l s s t h e S c i y / F S l 3 5 S a M D S Y ~ a n d t h e

pmrzss by uhid-l the FURE SaMD IS develcpaa. To cur pint the


"Differern= '&st" will be used. 'Ihe mnreie M?NCP1 will be pmnoted as

the~FeatmeFilmtousethisSystem.

11. WEW#I a mxdmxlking canpign us- the v i c b , (similar to Wp (amet),


We w i l l rarket a N1 line of KMGSlNTCN w.
Sciy will offer a l m k d g e t h t profitable disc player to a l l of
the video. ?he offer w i l l be a t wholesale pri-. Ihe reason for the 1m
tudget prduct is that rn hcpe when pezple actually get to the store they w i l l
upsrade an3 tuy a t full retail!

Far Scny it w i l l a-tically inskute that Scny is -ible for TcPry's


tedYlical aazmplkhmmts - fran the view of the audiervz - drich lby will
m t b e ~ w i t h . I t w i l l a l S o p m m o t e a l l ~ f S c n y ' ~ ~

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We w i l l alsn develcp a -60" scxrd spat to be used on telwision to p m the


p t i m project for both Saty ard Tcmy Eaqiovi.

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- m. we will also include s a y EquipnerrtinthePSlMSSystemsthatwillbe


n e w to convert the Theatres to the New Sand System. We w i l l amvert the

T%atres Free if the lheatre d t s to d-wdrq the next'MReElXNGIOVI


SSXKTIW. This will give us a guaranteed ccPhirrued sqasure ard w i l l give
us guaranteed distritution for both Say Software an3 m j w i -
as. We
will recwer the true casts of ecNA~7t
fran distrihtion profits frcrm the
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N. We w i l l prochvm a 60 seaad stard alone cnmexial for television, cable

arrl theatre that will be used to pramte the project before the release of
mtant Mania.

eg\; A 60 seaad spot utilizing the follubq elements


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c. Sony8s r m t r i t u t m s to the mmufacturer of the equip=& to prcduce

thescum3. 'Ihismay sim~"~thedifferenoe**.

A spat R-errfi Lick recording in Rxer Staticn for the -Mania

h e .

W e warld like to to yu.~the Say/psa--give hpxt cn w h t it is.


"Now sit back ard let UE J a w i f ycll he&- the difference."
t warld you rather listed to when 1-
p to feature film: video, cable

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ImFaLWJISING DEAL

Scmy will private label a "Tay E!mqiwinor Statim line of e&prent:

a ) . Wevisim

b). -S ccnpahlent
c). Disc Player

d) . ViaeD Player

'Ihe above package w i l l include a free video of Mutarrt Wwda of whi& Say will
rebate f u l l price back to distritution.

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'lbtd will be negotiated aftex we have an idea of Smy margins. We want

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W e w i l l also provide a m a r k e m package for a l l retail artlets that i

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Tcny w i l l ~ 1 u d e i n c q T i g h t A g r e e m D J l t t h a t ~ E q u i p n e n t r m s t : b e u s e d t o b e

EnE. Scny will xwxive nQeditswon all video, theatrical, telwisicn, and
cable ~ ~ / s C SystemT
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l i n y ard Stan will also ~ v e ~ t s c n a l l s y s t a n s u s i n g ~


sold to other film stw3ic6 - Also to be e t e d after wi
n s are figured.

the x e s a q quiprmt in all shdios. We w i l l pmvide a one day seminar to


thirty cp2J7ators of the largest theatre -.

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I. S C g l y w i l l c n l y p a y f o r a p n s e s t ~ p ~ 6 O s e m n d s p a t s%myand
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Rwet Station will utilize any anl all s e m i s to help pxduce the spat
am3willallwreimbursaaentforcmlytruecostswithn>mkeup
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l w i l l be free.

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age of pzpfits fran all profits gwerated from the m x d m d i z i n g e~
of the Scllypmdcck ard the sale thatmay result to other film st&ios

UtilizhqScllyequipoerRintheINSSystem.

m. W e will receive three sets of a full entertainment system - Telwisicm,


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VCR, Stereo, Etc. that is tcp of the line to help during the pm3ucticn
of the film to be utilized by Marcia, Stan and Scott.

IV. Scsly will have first right ard first refusal of all ard any d i s t r W o n

wets for theatrical, video, cable, and telwision qnticaticms. We


willprcmiSenottOeventalkto~else~uefeelthatScnyis
not gokg to offer a fair and reasamble deal. W e w i l l give Scny a 5%
margin to gain a cmpetitive edge.

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='=F=F'== of the abave and all aspects of this Dedl is to let the
m t e entities involved maximize their profits for their m v e talents;
Thy in film an3 nusic prakcticsl d Scmy in mnufacturirq and wentxally
distrihutim of both equiprent a d and later video and film
m m m .

Wid side mrkethg available after this pi* thruqh chamrld anl =ia.

S a y w i l l b e o n m x d t s of the filmmrldwide BUS?

Rwer Staticm Digital to be shared with BIXS?

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JOINT VEKPURE PAKTICIPATICN AM) C~RIBVTICN

The undersigned, intending to be l e g a l l y b o d , i n consideration o f h i s

&ssicn as a p a r t i c i p a n t in the j o i n t v e n t u r e t o be known a s "POWER PRO-


DUCTIONS I" md r e c e i p t o f a p r o f i t / l o s s d i s t r i b u t i o n share o f % of

such j o i n t venture, hereby d e c l a r e s ard ackmwledges h i s i n t e n t to p a r t i c i p a t e

i n such j o i n t venture and hereby m e n a n t s and agrees to contribute the sun of

$ t~ t h e c a p i t a l of such j o i n t venture, which sum s h a l l c o n s t i t u t e

h i s i n i t i d c a p i t a l account i n s w h j o i n t venture.

T h i s L e t t e r o f I n t e n t i s e n t e r e d i n t o by t h e undersigned u p n t h e

/ ? following general d e r s t a n d i n g :
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Power P r o d u c t i o n s I w i l l b e a j o i n t v e n t u r e t o be

formed under t h e laws o f Pennsylvania, having t h e

s p e c i f i c p u r p s e to invest ( l o a n ) its funds to MUPANIA

PRODUCTIONS, INC. to finance such c o r p o r a t i o n ' s

p r o d u c t i o n o f a motion p i c t u r e . The j o i n t v e n t u r e

s h a l l receive f u l l repayment o f i t s investment from

MVPRNIA PROWCTIONS, I N C . b e f o r e the d i s t r i b u t i o n o f

any p f i t s to any party. Thereafter, t h e j o i n t venture

s h a l l r e c e i v e 50% o f t h e p r o f i t s from such motion

p i c t u r e , o f which 85% s h a l l be d i s t r i b u t e d to t h e

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non-managing j o i n t v e n t u r e r s ( i n c l u 6 i i - q t h e under-

s i g n e d ) and 15% s h a l l b e d i s t r i b u t e d to S t a n l e y J.

C a t e r b o n e a s t h e Ranaging J o i n t V e n t u r e r o f Power

P r o d u c t i o n s I. The j o i n t v e n t u r e s h a l l have a r i g h t o f

first r e f u s a l to finance t h e next movie p r o d u c t i o n o f

MUl'ANIA PROWCTICNS , TNC. and/or 'XNY EXNGIOVI .

The Lndersigned a g r e e s t h a t he w i l l execute an3 d e l i v e r a counter-


c o u n t e r p a r t o f t h e j o i n t v e n t u r e agreement (which s h a l l be c o n s i s t e n t with t h e

a b o v e g e n e r a l u n d e r s t a n d i n g ) and t h a t h e w i l l execute and del'iver all doc-

w n t s required f o r t h e j o i n t venture to elect n o t to bF! t a x e d a s a p a r t n e r -

ship.

Contemporaneous w i t h the execution o f t h i s L e t t e r o f I n t e n t , t h e under-

signed is c o n t r i b u t i n g 10% o f h i s t o t a l agreed c o n t r i b u t i o n , or $


'-)
- 7 W i t h i n f i f t e e n (15) dzys f r a n t h e d a t e hereof, time being o f t h e essence, t h e

- undersigned s h a l l c o n t r i b u t e t h e 90% balance, or $ . Such c o n t r i -

b u t i o n s h a l l be h e l d by S t a n l e y J. Caterbone a t i n t e r e s t , pending a m p l e t i o n

o f all n e g o t i a t i o n s ard execution ard d e l i v e r y of 2ii documents w i t h MUTASIA

PRoUlmIOLJS, m.
I f s u c h n e g o t i a t i o n s , d e l i v e r y , and execution &e not m p l e t e d within

t h i r t y (30) days a f t e r the f u l l c o n t r i b u t i o n is m d e , the e n t i r e c o n t r i b u t i o n ,

with all i n t e r e s t earned thereon, s h a l l be returned to t h e undersigned without

den&. S t a n l e y J. Caterbone s h a l l be r e s p n s i b l e f o r c o l l e c t i o n , r e c e i p t ,

i n t e r i m i n v e s t m e n t and management, and ultimate investment or r e t u r n o f a l l

f d s c o n t r i b u t e d , and s h a l l be t h e Managing J o i n t V e n t u r e r o f t h e j o i n t

venture.

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The u n d e r s i g n e d h e r e b y a u t h o r i z e s and e n p k e r s S t a n l e y J. Caterbone to

n e g o t i a t e , e x e c u t e , and d e l i v e r a l l documents n e c e s s a r y or r e q u i r e d t o

implement t h e j o i n t v e n t u r e plr~oseand to take all o t h e r a c t i o n s and n q o t i -

a t e , e x e c u t e and d e l i v e r a l l o t h e r documents n e c e s s a r y or d e s i r a b l e t o

implement or e f f e c t u a t e the j o i n t v e n t u r e p r p s e .

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tWE: (L.S.) Date: W y -,1987

PRINP

NAME:

STREET

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CITY: STATE: ZIP:

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RICHARDC. FOX,PC.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
1015 ROBERTS VALLEY ROAD
HARRISBURG,PENNSYWANIA inlo

RICHARD c mx*
('ADMllTED ALSO M R W

May 20, 1987

M r . S t a n l e y J . Caterbone
FMG Advisory, I n c .
Eden Park 11, 1755 Oregon P i k e
Lancaster, PA 17601

For P r o f e s s i o n a l S e r v i c e s rendered i n c o n n e c t i o n w i t h
Power Productions I , i n c l u d i n g c o n f e r e n c e , p r e p a r a t i o n o f
Letter o f I n t e n t , and e x p r e s s m a i l i n g , .and follow-up t e l e p h o n e
check.

Professional Fee 250 .OO


UJP.S. 8.95

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FLATBUSH
FIlMS,INC,
May 21, 1987

Mr. Stan Caterbone


Financial Management Group
1755 Oregon Pike
Lancaster, Pa. 17601
Dear Stan:
At your request I've investigated the requirements of the Comple-
tion Bond.
Bert Schneiderman of Worldwide Completion Services in New York
has given me a figure of 5$%, excluding contingencies, with a
50% No Claims Bonus. Since Bert also owns BonBon Payroll Service
he has agreed to waive the payroll fee if we use their bonding
service.
Requirements: They need copies of the budget and/or production
board, resumes for the director and producers as well as copies
of their contracts and any other production agreements which
have been completed.
Further they need to know when we will commence principal photo-
graphy, editing location and if we intend to have a distribution
deal up front.
I spoke to Jerry Vandersonde and Bill Hudson of DeWitt Stern In-
surance in Los Angeles, who were recommended by Worldwide. Since
I couldn't show him a budget or a script we did some educated
guessing and came up with a figure of approximately $75,000. The
Production Package policy should include: General liability, cast
insurance, negative film, faulty stock and camera processlng,
props, sets, wardrobe, rented equipment, extra expenses, third
party property damage, non-owned auto, Errors and Ommissions
including a one year bond and a minimum workmen's comp policy
for anything that is not covered by workmen's comp.
I understand you're going to Wildwood this weekend. We need to
house a crew of about 60-80, production offices, catering service.
We'd like to get as many free extras as possible and need high
quality promo type giveaways. For screen credit, of course. If
you have any such contact we'll need mutant dolls (500?) and if
) you can help bring down location costs that would be great. I'm
talking about beaches, amusements, the pier, parking facilities.
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F LMS,NC, May 2 3 , 1987

Ms. E l l e n Libman
Power S t a t i o n , I n c .
4 4 1 West 5 3 r d S t r e e t
New York, N.Y. 1 0 0 1 9

Dear E l l e n :

B a r b a r a a n d I h a v e mapped o u t a s k e l e t o n s c h e d u l e f o r o u r t r i p
t o N e w York a n d I t h o u g h t I ' d s e n d i t o f f a n d see i f i t w o r k s
f o r e v e r y o n e e l s e . By t h e way, w e ' v e d e c i d e d t o s t a y i n N e w
York u n t i l T u e s d a y i n s t e a d o f Monday as o r i g i n a l l y p l a n n e d .

Thursday A r r i v e a b o u t 3:OOPM. You h a v e t h e e x a c t t i m e


s i n c e y o u ' v e booked o u r f l i g h t s . Please let
u s know i f someone w i l l p i c k u s u p o r i f w e
should take a t a x i .

W e ' l l come t o Power S t a t i o n a n d g i v e you a n d


Tony c o p i e s o f t h e s c r i p t a n d b u d g e t w h i c h w e ' d
l i k e you t o r e a d Thursday n i g h t . .

B a r b a r a a n d I h a v e a d i n n e r m e e t i n g w i t h a Direc-
tor of Photography.
Friday Leave f o r New J e r s e y i n t h e morning. D i s c u s s
s c r i p t and budget.
Meet Mayor o f Wildwood and b r i n g him a s y n o p s i s
o f s c r i p t which h e h a s r e q u e s t e d .
M e e t w i t h Steve Garelick, t h e P r o d u c t i o n Coordi-
n b t o r o f t h e N e w J e r s e y F i l m Commission.
Look a t l o c a t i o n s .
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Saturday S t a n C a t e r b o n e a r r i v e s i n New J e r s e y . M e e t the
Sunday r e p from Maury's P i e r t o d i s c u s s l o c a t i o n costs.
Check o u t h o t e l s f o r c r e w a n d c a s t ,

Monday L a s t m i n u t e d e t a i l s i n New J e r s e y .
L e a v e f o r Mew York a r o u n d noon.
Tuesday M e e t i n g s a t Power S t a t i o n f o r f i n a l d i s c u s s i o n s
a b o u t s c r i p t , budget, c o n t r a c t s , etc.

Tuesday A f t e r n o o n - L e a v e N e w York a p p r o x i m a t e l y 4FY t o a r r i v e


i . c r ?..nc;i.i r , . ? b o u t $FbI.
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Table O f Contents

Section I Financial MaMgement Grc~lp

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Section I1 The Project

Section 111 Distribution and Structure

Section IV
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Bart>ara Peters: D i r e c b r / W r i t e r / P r m h c e r
Barbara has directed many prograros such as "Matt Hcuston"! "Falcnn
an3 Iacey', , "Misfits", "-erst',
Crest1', " C a q n q and l'Remulgton
Steele" to name a few. The film Barbara direct63 that convince3 Tony t o
hire her for this production was "Hummids Frau The Deepw. Mrmanoids w a s
made in 1978 for $ 980,000 ($ 20,000 under w et and f a r days ahead of
schedule) and gmssed over $28 million in danestic and foreign theatrical
Sales. T h i s was 6urw
a period in time when the video market was in its
early stages of ~~~~t. A film released today that would gross $ 28
million i n 1978 dollars has wen greater putential for a much highex gross
w i t h the strong video market that is available now. What i n p m Tony
the most with E?a&aa1s direction of IEsMnoids was her a b i l i t y to bring a
high degree of quality to a film on SG& a limited hdget.
Peter H o c k : Stunt Coordinator/Actor/Wmtmn
Peter's &ts include f i l m such as, - 1 Places", "Stepford
Wives", "To K i l l A Cop", " G h c s t Bustersw, "FX", and a host of other Films,
Broadway, Musicals and Television Shows.

?here are many factors which mnixibute to a projects success. If you


w e r e t o take a cross section of themovie industzy to find w h i c h types of
projects w e r e most likely t o succeed, you waild find that w i e s in the
two to four million dollar range have rmch greatex chances of success than
wies in the ten to fifteen million dollar range. T h e reasons for this
are quite simple. A movie in the two to four million dollar range is a
hi@ enough budget t o produce a quality film but limiting the r i s k t o the
investor since it needs less of the market share to prcduce a profit.

Horrvr nwvies, from the investors point of view are the safest type of
m i e to finance. Horror movies have an dLmost cultist follwing. m e
type of audience t h a t attend homr 'movies rarely wait to see what the
critics have to say ahcut the movie. There is a fascination with gore
that this audiens would rather see than have described to them. The
overseas mket for movies of this genre are ~ 0 ~ In salmost
. all
cases the grass revenues frcan the theatre, w i l l be greater werseas than
in the d-ic (US and CaMda) market. mis especially holds true for
horror wies.

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Over the l a s t few years, we have h e n seeing a trend for wwies t o have a
much heavier nusic score than in the past. The feelings that can be
invoked in an audience from audio are sanetimes as great o r greater than
the visual aspeds of a film. W i t h Bongiwils m i e n c e and past track
record, w e are assured of having one of the best quality sound tracks to a
mmie ever made. 'Ihis prcduction d d very well revolutionize the mavie
hhstq in t h a t this w i l l be the f i r s t time t h a t the sound track w i l l be
totally digitized from the set to the theatre o r home video. W h a t this
means is that the quality of the sound, w h i c h is typically extremely poor
i n a movie theatre o r hoane video cassette, w i l l n a be ~ trewrd~~~ly
crisp. 'Ihis new mavie sound w i l l be similar to the quality you would
expect fmm a laser disc. Nolmdlly the costs involved to prcduce a movie
w i t h this type of sound track would greatly increase the budget to a point
where the project wnuld have an increased element of risk. W i t h Rmer
Station, w h i & already has in place state of the art equipat, sane of
which can be f a i n only one o r two other studios i n the world, this
sound track can be prcduoed for a fraction of the oosts that another
prcduction wmpany a d have to pay. This greatly reduces the r i s k to
the investor to be able to pmduce state of the art audio a t a fraction of
the costs.

It is a very naturdL progression for a recording studio such as Fuder


Station t o evolve into an entertainment ccsnplex vhich includes the
production of films. Ewder Station currently has financing in place f o r a
$ 3.5 million video mix studio to be built next t o the recording studio.
Distrjlxltion ccwpanies are constantly looking for new scures of prcduct
to market. W i t h Bongiari's track record in the entertainment industry,
any product that carries the Bongiwi label should create a bic?dq
situation w i t h the distributors.

Advanced p b l i c relations work is cun-ently being done to set the stage


for negotiations w i t h the distribution companies. "BilIlxxmlt1, lVarietyll,
and "Box Office" have a w
l agreed to do articles on Bongiovi and the
mie. On April 30, ABC w i l l be airing a radio talk s h w w i t h Bongiovi
that w i l l air on 2300 stations to a total listening awiience of uver six
million people. "Fame, Fortune, and Romnce" have also agreed t o give
network 'N average.

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The home video m k e t has rapidly been charging the ptential mnrie
profits for the industry. A Nighbare On Elm Street was made f o r w e l l
under two million dollars and has earned New Line Cinana more than $24
million a t the domestic box office. In addition, after a short video
release, this pnxtuction has sold wer 3 million cassettes. In the past
videos w e r e sold only to video rental stores for approximately $70
apiece. Recently the price has been lawered to expand the market to the
general public. The video rentdl stores won't disa-, but they my
beccone more like record stores that also rent their albums. A l l of this
translates into nmre p r o f i t potential f o r prducer and investor.
It is an extremely rare opportunity t o be able to get i n on the ground
floor in an offshoot of an already w e l l established e n t e x t a h t
campany. Any investor willing t o back this project w i l l have f i r s t right
of refusal on any future projects. The prcentages w i l l remain the same
for a t least the f i r s t two projects.

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Mependently praiuced motion pictures are a better investment tcday


than ever before.

1) Irmeased FBrkets: T h e r e is much wider distribution of motion


p i d a r e s today than ever before (i.e. Pay TV, Cable TV,
videmassettes, satellite transmissions, etc. )

2. I P r e s a l e 1 contracts which bind the buyers (i-e. networks, pay W ,


foreign distributors, etc. ) to specific payments a t a future date,
this insuring return of capital and, in same cases, a profit before
the film is released.

Inv-t Structure:
Ihe producer and investor form a limited partnership for the purposes
of pmducing one o r more motion pictures. The investor receives 100%
of the net profits u n t i l reaqmmt, after which the s p l i t is 50-50.
) Profit participation of others (actors, director, writer, etc.) oomes
. . out of the pmducerls end.

Ihe producer secures the services of a director, principal actors,


and a writex.
Presale Deals:

me producer can negotiate presdle (preproduction) arrangements w i t h


distrilmto~~ networks,
, pay TV, merchandisers, etc. Whereas such
a?=rarqements can minimize the d-ide risk, they can also mit
the eventual profitability of the film.

Risk Fadors:

It is very d i f f i c u l t t o d e t a m b e exactly how much of a r i s k one runs


in financing a theatrical film. Adequate statistics are hpssible
to find. S h a n ~ Sexvices
t of b s Angeles a four-year-old study w h i c h
revealed that 60% of a l l films released make money. This study,
hwever, did not include long range TV syndication (foreign and
domestic) revenues, and w a s made before Pay TV and video cassettes
lxmnks significant additional markets. chmical Bank of New York
reports that they have never l o s t money on film financing.

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Another risk is the possibility that no distributor will want to


release the picture. That is why some independent producers include
a provision for distribution financing in their investment
agreemnts. If worse comes to worst, producers can distribute the
film themselves. (Notable exanples are "Billy Jack" and "Benjil*.)
There may be prcduction catastrophes that will delay or cancel
production once it is under way. m-odu- will carry various forms
of insurance (including completion bonds) to at least repay whatever
funds have already been spent.

If a distribution arrangement has not already been made, the producer


now secllres such an arrarqement. If the picture is good, it is
possible to negotiate a much better deal than could have been done
earlier. On the other hand, the prducer owld have trouble securing
the kind of distribution cormnitment wanted. The main factors here
are haw rmch money the distributor is willing to ccmunit to selling
the picture, haw much influence the producer can have on the
marketing e g n , and the distribution fee. Sametimes small
distributo~sare able to give more time and attention to independent
pictures atid offer better terms, but the producer may have to provide
some digt-xihtion expmses.
Cut of gross damestic box office receipts, the exhibitor (retailer)
usually subtxacts his fixed costs and then receives 10%. Out of the
remining 90% gross film rentals received by the distributor
(wholesaler), he usually recoups all or part of his asts plus a
distribution fee of 20-35%' then passes the reston to the
producer/investor. Terms of distribution deals vary wnsiderably.
Box office d p t s , hawever, only account for a part of the
prcduoer/investorls revenues. As the enclosed figures &ow, the
ancillary markets are at least as significant as the domestic theatre
box offie. TV syndication, for instance, can continue to bring in
revenues for the next twenty years.
Demand for met:

W y ' s supply comes nmhere near to matching real demand. At the


present time, there are over 18,000 theatres in the United States.
It can readily be seen that roughly 400 films prcd1.1~4and rated last
year did nut begin to meet their needs. 'Iheatres are campelled to
shm any type of film they can obtain to keep their doors open.

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To date, independent producers are respnsible for 72% of all films


made world-wide. The domestic figure is 62%. me inaependent
producer has three primary options regarding distribution. These
include the sale of the film cutright to a major national
distributor, their merchandising of the film by the production
mmpany i t s e l f , or the use of smaller regional mb-dktr&utors who
may p m t e the film i n their respective geqrapkicdl areas.
Distribution of films often relies on a l l three methods to one degree
or another.
Another market, television, can consume nearly every film that has
been, or is p-tly being p r o d u d . If each of the three mtmrks
would show only one film per night, they wald need wex 1,000 films
per year. In Lns Angeles area alone, there are nearly 10,000 films
aired each year in a combination of local and network viewing time.
Many films are sham time and time again because there are no llew
films to replace them.

Today, virtually every film of quality has residual value in


television, either by outright sale o r by term licensing. me l a t t e r
is preferable since it allows the production company t o retain
1 ownership of the negative. me time lag between theatre release and
TV sale has dimhished fram seven years to an average of 18 mths.
However, sane major features such as "The Wizl' have heen sold to TV
. . before ccwpleting a f u l l year in theatrical release. me trend seems
to be taward purchase of 'fresh' films, and the outlets a p p a r
. . willing to pay the higher costs involved

Because of the great demand and the outrageously c a p e t i t i v e attitude


that penades the networks, handsome deals are being consunnnated
before the production has been ampleted and then, by preamangenent
with the producers, hold the film until it has -let& its
theatrical run.

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APPENDIX

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Breakeven for Limited Fartners:

Based on grass revenues of $ 11,200,000 collected fmm 1st and 2nd


t h e a t r i d runs

1st run t i c k e t costs of $ 6.00

2nd run ticket costs of $ 5.00

50 people per show x $ 6.00 = $ 300.00 G r c s s per show

$ 300.00 per show X 1000 houses = $ 300,000 Gross


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$ 300,000 X 14 days = $ 4,200,000 Gross

- 2nd Run

50 people per show X $ 5.00 = $25O.OOGrosspershow

$ 250.00 per shm X 2000 hauses = $ 500,000 Gross

$ 500,000 X 14 days = $ 7,000,000 Gross

Total 1st Ibvl

Total 2nd Ibvl


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Forcast A

Total Box office Gms $ 11,200,000

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15%F~~ me.,- $ 1,680,000

mtion pic- -fit- $ g 520 000

30% ~ i ~ i - ~ k t i ~ ~
F~~ $ 2,856,000

$ 6,664,000

Less : jy,"em Capital $ 4,000,000

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profit $ 2,664,000

prodUcers split @ 50% $ 1,332,000

Investment Ccrmpany R e t u r n $ 1,332,000

: General partners S p l i t @ 15% ----- ------- $ 199,800

These are onlv umiections and are f o r informational pwmses only. Any
investment made. based solely on these u r o i e d i o n s would be unadvisable as
actual uerfonnane could vary cyreatly.

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Forecast B

Forecast B is based on a total box office gross of $ 28 million

A film that prcduces a theatrical gross of $ 28 million can be expected to


gross at least that much from TV, Cable and video markets. Depnding on h m
distribution a-ts are negotiated we can expect 50% to be net profits.

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M~15% F~~ meatres $ 4,200,000

Motion Picture Profits -- $ 23,800,000

Less 30% Distribution Fee $ 7,140,000

$ 16,660,000

T.V., Cable and Video Net ------- $ 14,000,000

Less : Investors Capital $ 4,000,000

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Investors Return - $ 9,069,500

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You Oughta Be In
Pictures!
I by Alan Talansky 1

T
here's explosive growth occur- fashioned profit: an ideal solution for ucts to & financed, and [he second
ring in the motion picture indus- 3 post tax-reform era. the structuring of the deal.
try, and growth should always he The key here is undersranding how in wlecting the pn)duct, success
music to any investor's cars. -Hut much the industry has changed. The u s ~ J [ l y found in tilinking small, ~h
movies!" you wy? It's time to put tyranny and fickleness of box-office larger [he budget in a film, the great,
aside your images of Tinseltown and receipts is no longer. More people [he risk, [he $50 ,,,illion antic
'Heavm's G:~te,"and to take another around the world are viewing more pdted blockbusters and seek out. ir
look at an industry with some new, films than ever before. but not neces- stead, the more modest undenJkint
sound invest~ilentpotmtial. sarily in the theatres. Consider, for of smaller, ambitious film produc
There's risk in any investment, of example, that there are only about 300 tion sources. A,, example i
course, rvc-n in real estate - the in- feature films made every year, of Island Pictures, a small, in
vestment area on which many firms which about half could be considered dependent film production and di>
originally built their reputation and "major." Now, compare that with the tribution conlpany for which, la,
success. In real estate, it's a matter of number of movies a cable outlet, like
how carefully you assess a variety of Home Box Office,
influential factors and how you struc- shows in a single
lure the deal. Motion pictures are duy. Eight? Then.
much the s;arne. You've got to look take a look at the
for potenti:~l. shelve?;o f your locxl

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N d guile a btochburrcr: lslund3 - N o M . y ' s Fool.' slurrim>


h'osunnu Arqurtlr und Eric Robens. wrr u more modrmrc succerr
m Pulil2er Prtm winning phyw(yhr 5elh Henley uniting. Phok
e ~ will1
muriesy lsland Pichrres.

Success o m a shoesrrlmg: ~mducer/dix~clor video rental store, year, a $7.4 million equity placement
spike Lru fcmrler) turned
a puttry i l 7 5 , O ~ W p ~ u c r i obtrdwt
n for "She% C<,tla HUM R - i~ilou
a n d the crowds was arrsngrd. lsland Pictures is an rf-
$7 millio~rgrr*u.irr#suqriY hi,. Co-slursjulrn Can',nb T&l (lejll utrd
~sd,,ro,td Hicks f"gkr) looking them over, ficient operation - unlike some of
~ r t . ~ I Ww.1.Photo courtesy Forty ~ c r s s
and a Mule Filmwohs. and you begin to the more notorious larger Hollywood
understand the di- studios - and it knows how to
mensions of growth. recognize quality.
When the motion picture industry Of course, just as not every piece of Litrle known lsland Pictures cap-
was first examined as an investment real estate is a great investment, every tured a great deal of anention in 1985
vehicle a few years ago, the expecla- movie isn't bound to turn a profit. with two extraordinary films - "Kiss
j tion was that there was potential for But, there are two factors that h ~ v e of the Spider Woman" and "Trip to
tax deferment. Wh;lt was found, how- proven ro be the critical difference in Bountiful." It was the first time in his-
ever, was a surprisingly rich source of creating a sound investment vehicle. tory that one production house could
income for investors from good, old-
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l h e i n f o m t i o n s e t f o r t h herein w a s obtained from sources which w e


believe reliable, but w e do not guarantee its accuracy. Neither the
information nor any opinion expressd constitutes a s o l i c i t a t i o n by us of
the pwchase o r sale of any securities o r cmmtxlities. 'Ibis package is
f o r informational puzposes only, to gain an indication of interest in this
project. Financial Mamgement Group Ltd. does not endorsed and has not
been contracted by mer Station to p-te this projed. Any questions
regarding i n f o m t i o n contained herein should be W e d t o Stanley J.
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May 29, 1987

Ms. Ellen Libman


Pcwer Station, Inc.
441 West 53rd S e e e t
N e d York, N.Y. 10019

Gear Ellen:

L e t ' s try it again. This time w e are scheduled t o leave IDSAngeles


on Thursdzy, Jdii 4 & i re- t3 Ias Arzjdes cz TJ&-, Z&w 9. 3.e
follaJing is a rough s c h d l e .

m & Y Arrive atout 3:OOR.I. Please l e t us laww the exact


f l i g h t information as w n as possible so we can
arrarrge *rt transportation here. Let us Iuxw
if sureone w i l l pick us up in New York o r i f we
M d arrange tr-rtation to F a e r Station.
Also let: me -1 what btel we w i l l be hoked a t
in New Y a k so we can leave t h a t information here.
W e ' l l corne to Power Station for any discussion
regarding the s c r i p t &/or budget.

Barbara and I have a dinner meeting with a Director


of Photqraphy.

Ieave for Ned Jersey in the mrning. M e e t w i t h


Steve Gorelick, the hrcduction Coordinator of the
New Jersey Film Carmission. Look a t locations.

3-Y S t a n Caterkon-e arrives in New Jersey. Meet the rep


Y- fmm Maury's Pier to discuss location costs.
Check out btels for crew ard cast.
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last m i n u t e d e t a i l s in New Jersey.
Leave for New York a n x d m n .
Meetas a t P a e r Station for findl discussions
about s c ~ i p t ,budget, oatracts, etc.

Additional ueetins in r r p r n i q if necessary.


Ieave New York a p ~ o x i m t e l y4PM to arrive Los
Angeles a b u t 9R.I.

\ ) Please let me kmm if ycu have an:! additions or changes. I ' l l probably
talk to @u a9a!,n c-;.!,>.TY%:J.
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FILMS,NC,May 29, 1987

Mr. Stan Caterbone


554 Berkley Avenue
Stone Harbor, N.J.
Dear Stan:
I'm enclosing a first draft of the screenplay, complete with
typos and a couple of other errors. (For instance, Kennie
Queens is also Kenny Peterson.)
This should give you sufficient time to study the script as
well as the budget, which I'm also enclosing. It would be

&
very helpful if you could have notes prepared which we can
talk about when Barbara and I are in New Jersey next week.

rlene ,avidson

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June 1 2 . 1 9 8 7

Mr. Stan Caterbne


Financial Manag-t Group
1755 Oregon Pike
lancaster Pa. 17601

Dear Stan:

As you requested here's a schedule for hroject 441 (mrking t i t l e ) :

PRE-Pmmm
Ju~le28-July 11, 1987 New York 2-
July 12-Sept 5, 1987 New Jersey 8weeks

New Jersey 8 5 day weeks


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Novanber 1-January 30,1988 New York
In order to s t i l l get the film made this season we've got to speed everythkq
up. W e originally planned four weeks of pre-production in New York kt t h a t ' s
ID longer possible. I f we start J w 28 we've got only ten weeks to get the
mtant effects going and then w e ' l l have to schedule mutant scenes later in
the film i f t h y aren't ready.

This schedule also takes us to October 31 for the enl of the shoot, which means
we've got to schedule exteriors f i r s t , leaving the interiors f o r later in the
went of bad weather.

S i x e we're on such a tight M u l e I can't r e d l y hreak down the costs for


you because it w i l l a l l start ha- so quickly, We'll inmdiately have a
NaJ York office, per d i m , hotel an3 contracted fees for Barbara and myself.
W e ' l l hire a casting director, p d w t i o n manager, production coordinata~a d
location manager, get the mutant effects started and begin hiring key personnel.
If p check the m e t p ' l l see the a c M m m h r of weeks of aployment
for crew. mere w i l l be legal fees for preparing mntracts. During those +XJ
weeks ~ ' 1 twpefully
1 do rmst of the castiq.

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w i n g the eight weeks of pre-producLLion in N w Jersey w e ' l l be mrkixg


w i t h the art director, c o s m e designer, s e t decvrator, building s e t s ,
tying d m locations, e t c .

A week before shooring the f u l l crw w i l l be prepping. The editor w i l l


a r r i v e ~ a tabout t h a t tire ard hill be working on a rough cut during the
e n t i r e shootinq period.

A t the close of p d u c t i o n Barbara, the editor and I w i l l m e back to


New York f o r a three mnth editirq period a t the end of w h i c h we w i l l
deliver the finished film, incllxlinq distributor's requirements ard t h e
MPAA ratinq.

As you can see this w i l l be very tricky but I s t i l l think we can do it


i f Barbara an3 I are in New York no l a t e r than June 28.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

cc: Tony Bongiovi


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BROUT& COMPANY
CERTICIED PUBLIC A C C O U N T A N T S

v E r 10'1 . LOS A N G Z L E S . W O R m l S V O l N . N d.
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E n c l o s e d i s ttie o r i g i n a l and o n e c o p y o f t h e County o f L o s A n g e l e s B u s i n e s s


S t a t e m e n t a s o f Marcti 1. 1982.

The o r i g i n a l s h o u l d b e s i g n e d b y you a n d p o s t m a r k e d o n or b e f o r e A p r i l 30. 1982.


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The d u p l i c a t e c o p y i s f o r y o u r f i l e .

Very t r u l y y o u r s ,

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ATTORNEYS AT LAW

301 C4PHER BUILDING

36 E A S T I(INC. STREET
LANCASTER. PENNSYLVANIA 1 7 6 0 2

JOSEPH F R O D * TELEPHONE 17171 3 9 7 - 3 7 9 1


PAUL 5.R O M A N O

July 22, 1987

Mr. Stanley J. Caterbone


554 Berkley Road
Stone Harbor, NJ 08247

Dear Stan:

Enclosed is our statement for services and costs for


July 1, 1987 through July 7, 1987, and an itemization of the
services and costs involved.

Joseph F. Roda -

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JOSEPH F. RODA. P.C.
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L A N C A S T E R . P E N N S Y L V A N I A 17602

CATERBONE J u l y 22, 1987

ITEMIZED PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

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7/1/87 JFR C o n f e r e n c e s w i t h S. C a t e r b o n e ;
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JOSEPH
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I LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA 1 7 6 0 2

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CATERBONE July 22, 1987 .

FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES RENDERED:

~ i the
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through July 7, 1987:

COSTS ADVANCED:

Copying costs $74.48


Long distance telephone 1.00

TOTAL COSTS ADVANCED:

TOTAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AND


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36 E A S T K I N G STREET
LANCASTER. P E N N S Y L V A N I A 17602

.JOSEPH F R O D A TELEPHONE (7171 3 9 7 - 3 7 9 1


PAUL 5 ROMANO

September 2 , 1987

M r . S t a n l e y J . Caterbone
5 5 4 B e r k l e y Road
S t o n e H a r b o r , N J 08247

Dear S t a n :

Our r e c o r d s show a p a s t due amount o f $525.48 o n your


a c c o u n t , as r e f l e c t e d on o u r s t a t e m e n t o f J u l y 22, 1 9 8 7 , a
copy o f which i s e n c l o s e d f o r your c o n v e n i e n c e . A s you w i l l
r e c a l l , t h i s i n c l u d e d copying c h a r g e s which w e advanced on
your b e h a l f .
Your immediate a t t e n t i o n i n b r i n g i n g t h i s a c c o u n t
c u r r e n t would be a p p r e c i a t e d . I know t h a t you w i l l t a k e
c a r e o f t h i s , and t h i s n o t e i s s e n t s i m p l y by way o f a
reminder.

I saw Tom t h e o t h e r n i g h t and had a n i c e c o n v e r s a t i o n


w i t h him. C a t h o l i c High s h o u l d h a v e h i r e d him.

With k i n d e s t r e g a r d s ,

Sincerely,
A

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kose h F. Roda

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Dear S t a n :

I h a v e now r e c e i v e d t h e r e s u l t s o f a s e a r c h
p e r t a i n i n g t o t h e above s u b j a c t . I have a l s o r e v i e w e d t h e f i l e
f o r w a r d e d w i t h y o u r l e t t e r o f May 2 9 . The f o l l o w i n g i s my
a n a l y s i s and e v a l u a t i o n of t h e r i g h t t o u s e "Power S t a t i o n " a s
d e f i n e d below.

A s I understand the s i t u a t i o n , your b u s i n e s s c l i e n t ,


Power S t a t i o n S t u d i o , h a s , s i n c e 1 9 7 7 , o p e r a t e d a r e c o r d i n g
s t u d i o with a widely regarded r e p u t a t i o n f o r providing high
q u a l i t y r e c o r d i n g s e r v i c e s u s i n g s t a t e of t h e a r t e q u i p m e n t . The
e n c l o s e d r e p o r t r e v e a l s t h a t Power S t a t i o n s t u d i o h a s r e g i s t e r e d
t h e t r a d e m a r k "Power S t a t i o n " f o r s o u n d r e c o r d i n g s t u d i o s . (See
Reg. No. 1 , 4 3 3 , 3 2 8 r e g i s t e r e d March 1 7 , 1 9 8 7 . ) You h a v e a s k e d me
t o i n v e s t i g a t e t h e p o s s i b i l i t y o f Power S t a t i o n e x p a n d i n g t h e u s e
o f i t s mark i n t o m e n ' s and women's c l o t h i n g i n c l u d i n g b e a c h w e a r ;
a n d f o r a u d i o a n d vide(:, e l e c t r o n i c s f o r c o n s u m e r s a n d
professionals. I h a v e assumed t h a t t h i s l a t t e r c a t e g o r y i n c l u d e s
radios, television receivers, video c a s s e t t e r e c o r d e r s , a u d i o
r e c o r d e r s , compact d i s c players, turn t a b l e s , amplifiers,
r e c e i v e r s , t u n e r s , c o n t r o l p a n e l s , mixing b o a r d s and c o n s o l e s ,
among o t h e r t h i n g s .

Based upon t h e r e s u l t s of t h e e n c l o s e d s e a r c h , i t i s
my o p i n i o n t h a t i t would be i n a d v i s a b l e f o r Power S t a t i o n , I n c .
t o u s e i t s mark f o r c l o t h i n g a s a f o r e s a i d . The b a s i s f o r my

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o p i n i o n i s R e g i s t r a t i o n No. 1 , 4 3 1 , 2 4 2 r e g i s t e r e d :.larch 3 , 1 9 8 7
Eor "Power S t a t i o n " . The r e g i s t r a n t c l a i m s a f i r s t d a t e o f u s e
o f A p r i l 3 , 1986 f o r w o m e n ' s c l o t h i n g i n c l u d i n g s w i m w e a r a n d
o t h e r goods a s l i s t e d .

A l t h o u g h y o u r c l i e n t h a s a s t r o n g r e p u t a t i o n , and
a l t h o u g h i t h a s p r i o r i t y o f u s e f o r t h e mark, t h i s r e g i s t r a n t h a s
a s t r o n g p o s i t i o n f o r arguing t h a t it has superior r i g h t s f o r
women's c l o t h i n g . One would n o t o r d i n a r i l y a s s o c i a t e c l o t h i n g i n
a n y way w i t h r e c o r d i n g s t u d i o s e r v i c e s . Thus, your c l i e n t ' s
r i g h t s i n i t s mark d o n o t a p p e a r t o d o m i n a t e t h o s e o f t h e
registrant's. A c c o r d i n g l y , u s e of t h e Power S t a t i o n mark f o r
women's ( o r m e n ' s ) c l o t h i n g would i n v o l v e a s i g n i f i c a n t r i s k o f
b e i n g a c c u s e d of t r a d e m a r k i n f r i n g e m e n t .

Use o f t h e Power S t a t i o n m a r k f o r c o n s u m e r a n d
p r o f e s s i o n a l a u d i o and v i s u a l e l e c t r o n i c e q u i p m e n t r a i s e s some
i s s u e s , b u t o n t h e w h o l e I am o f t h e o p i n i o n t h a t i t i s
permissible. A g a i n , I a s s u m e , a s I have b e e n i n f o r m e d , t h a t t h e
Power S t a t i o n s t u d i o i s w e l l k n o w n a n d d o e s h a v e a g o o d
reput-ation f o r its e x i s t i n g s e r v i c e s . Given t h a t , i t s movement
i n t o e l e c t r o n i c e q u i p m e n t s h o u l d be p e r m i s s i b l e . Here t h e good
w i l l a s s o c i a t e d w i t h i t s c u r r e n t s e r v i c e s c a n be more r e a d i l y
extended t o audio v i s u a l e l e c t r o n i c equipment.

T h e s e a r c h r e v e a l s t h a t M a n v i l l e C o r p o r a t i o n ' s Ken
C a r y l Ranch i s t h e owner o f t h e mark "Power S t a t i o n " f o r b a t t e r y
o p e r a t e d emergency e l e c t r i c a l 2ower s u p p l y u n i t s . S e e Reg. No.
1 , 0 4 0 , 3 0 8 r e g i s t e r e d May 2 5 , 1976 and c l a i m i n g a f i r s t d a t e o f
u s e of November 2 3 , 1970. I n my o p i n i o n , a u d i o v i s u a l e l e c t r o n i c
e q u i p m e n t c a n b e c o n s i d e r e d t o be s u f f i c i e n t l y u n r e l a t e d t o
emergency e l e c t r i c a l power s u p p l y u n i t s t o a v o i d a l i k e l i h o o d of
c o n f u s i o n even though t h e marks a r e i d e n t i c a l .

I r e a c h t h e same c o n c l u s i o n r e g a r d i n g t h e pending
a p p l i c a t i o n by E l e c t r i c a l C o n d u c t o r s , I n c . f o r a m u l t i p l e o u t l e t
power s t r i p .

A c l o s e r q u e s t i o n is r a i s e d by G o u l d ' s S u p p l e m e n t a l
R e g i s t e r r e g i s t r a t i o n f o r Power S t a t i o n f o r m i n i a n d
microcomputers. G o u l d ' s mark is r e g i s t e r e d on t h e S u p p l e m e n t a l
R e g i s t e r u n d o u b t e d l y b e c a u s e "Power S t a t i o n " a s a p p l i e d t o
computer equipment is considered t o be d e s c r i p t i v e . A
Supplemental R e g i s t e r r e g i s t r a t i o n h a s none of t h e p r o c e d u r a l
b e n e f i t s of a P r i n c i p l e R e g i s t e r r e g i s t r a t i o n . Moreover, i f
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is d i s t i n c t from your c l i e n t s , t h e r e d o e s n o t a p p e a r t o b e a
l i k e l i h o o d of confusion. T h u s , G o u l d may b e s e l l i n g i t s
c o m p u t e r s i n t o a s p e c i a l i z e d c o m m e r c i a l m a r k e t i f i t is p r e s e n t l y
s e l l i n g computers a t a l l .

Next I c a l l y o u r a t t e n t i o n t o t h e f a c t t h a t s e v e r a l
r a d i o s t a t i o n s have a d o p t e d a n d a r e u s i n g t h e t r a d e m a r k "The
Power S t a t i o n " i n v a r i o u s c i t i e s throughout t h e Unlted S t a t e s .
Conceivably, these radio s t a t i o n s could o b j e c t t o t h e
i n t r o d u c t i o n o f consumer e l e c t r o n i c s i n t o t h e i r market a r e a on
t h e g r o u n d t h a t t h e u s e o f t h e same mark i m p l i e s s p o n s o r s h i p b y
them. I n o t e t h a t a l l o f t h e s e m a r k s were r e c e n t l y r e g i s t e r e d ,
and I s u s p e c t t h a t a l l of t h e s e r a d i o s t a t i o n s a r e r e l a t e d o r
c o m m o n l y owned. I a l s o s u s p e c t t h a t t h e a d o p t i o n o f t h i s mark
may b e o f r e c e n t v i n t a g e . Thus, your c l i e n t i n any n e g o t i a t i o n
w i t h t h e s e p e o p l e would have t h e a d v a n t a g e of b e i n g a p r i o r u s e r ,
and t h e r e l a t i o n s h i p between r e c o r d i n g s e r v i c e s a n d e l e c t r o n i c
e q u i p m e n t on t h e o n e hand and r a d i o s t a t i o n s e r v i c e s and
e l e c t r o n i c equipment on t h e o t h e r hand i s a t l e a s t c o - e q u a l .
Thus, your c l i e n t should have t h e dominant p o s i t i a n .

I n v i e w o f t h e f o r e g o i n g , i t i s my o p i n i o n t h a t The
Power S t a t i o n s h o u l d n o t a d o p t o r u s e " P o w e r S t a t i o n " f o r m e n ' s
a n d w o m e n ' s c l o t h i n g , b u t i t may a d o p t a n d u s e t h e m a r k f o r
p r o f e s s i o n a l and consumer e l e c t r o n i c s a s d e s c r i b e d above w i t h t h e
u n d e r s t a n d i n g t h a t t h e m a t t e r is n o t e n t i r e l y w i t h o u t d o u b t a n d
issues could arise. I t i s , h o w e v e r , my o p i n i o n , b a s e d u p o n t h e
f a c t s p r e s e n t l y a v a i l a b l e t o me, t h a t The Power S t a t i o n , I n c .
should prevail i f those issues arise.

I f you have any q u e s t i o n s concerning t h e f o r e g o i n g ,


p l e a s e f e e l f r e e t o c a l l me.

With k i n d e s t p e r s o n a l r e g a r d s ,

Sincerely yours,

SEIDEL, GONDA, GOLDHAMMER


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Advanced Media Group And Escomp
Search Engine WIP Agreement Drafted In 1990

Google History:
http://www.google.com/corporate/history.html

OVERVIEW - The purpose of our meeting (Wayne, Stan, Skip) was to "establish an equitable,
productive and profitable relationship" between AMG and Escomp (Search and Retrieval Software).
The goals and objectives of this relationship will be as follows:

1. To provide data and information retrieval software projects that are contracted by AMG and
technologies developed by ESSCOMP
2. To provide data and information preparation for supporting the information technology
industries
3. To provide other software products and utilities into an authoring system for the CD-ROM
industry
4. To develop a library of utilities that can evolve that will utilize the services of ESSCOMP for the
AMG
5. To market and contract CD-ROM development projects production and retrieval of the
information as specified for the projects technologies and products that are developed by

6. To develop market and industry recognition for the ESSCOMP products produced by
ESSCOMP

7. To create new markets for the technologies and "through the use of the AMERICAN HELIX
technologies,"

8. To provide additional credibility for ESSCOMP "facility, corporate identity, and the association
with" "High Industries, Inc the information technology industry through the AMG & ESSCOMP

9. To position ourselves as a technological leader in following: superior products and services;


dedication and commitment in the delivery of products and "services; highest regards for
quality assurance, and "customer service; a realization that performance is the only measure
for success for the information technology industry".

10. To develop new technologies, products and services" "society through our products and
serives, with specific"

11. To make a contribution toward the betterment of our regards for educational institutions.

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FMG/ Advisory, Inc .


FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP, LTD.
Eden Park II, 1755 Oregon Pike Lancaster, PA 17601 717-569-4100

STANLEY J. CATERBONE
PRESIDENT

APRIL 11, 1987

DIGITAL MOVIE
PROJECT

THE DIGITAL MOVIE


A Joint Venture Proposal for The Sony Organization

Developed by.
Stan J. Caterbone

Representing: Tony Bongiovi

Power Station Studios

Flatbush Films

Gamillion Studios

Advanced Media Group, Ltd.,

Created in May of 1987

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RE: Power S t a t i o n
Our F i l e : 7351-G

Dear S t a n :

I h a v e now r e c e i v e d t h e r e s u l t s o f a s e a r c h
p e r t a i n i n g t o t h e above s u b j a c t . I have a l s o r e v i e w e d t h e f i l e
f o r w a r d e d w i t h y o u r l e t t e r o f May 2 9 . The f o l l o w i n g i s my
a n a l y s i s and e v a l u a t i o n of t h e r i g h t t o u s e "Power S t a t i o n " a s
d e f i n e d below.

A s I understand the s i t u a t i o n , your b u s i n e s s c l i e n t ,


Power S t a t i o n S t u d i o , h a s , s i n c e 1 9 7 7 , o p e r a t e d a r e c o r d i n g
s t u d i o with a widely regarded r e p u t a t i o n f o r providing high
q u a l i t y r e c o r d i n g s e r v i c e s u s i n g s t a t e of t h e a r t e q u i p m e n t . The
e n c l o s e d r e p o r t r e v e a l s t h a t Power S t a t i o n s t u d i o h a s r e g i s t e r e d
t h e t r a d e m a r k "Power S t a t i o n " f o r s o u n d r e c o r d i n g s t u d i o s . (See
Reg. No. 1 , 4 3 3 , 3 2 8 r e g i s t e r e d March 1 7 , 1 9 8 7 . ) You h a v e a s k e d me
t o i n v e s t i g a t e t h e p o s s i b i l i t y o f Power S t a t i o n e x p a n d i n g t h e u s e
o f i t s mark i n t o m e n ' s and women's c l o t h i n g i n c l u d i n g b e a c h w e a r ;
a n d f o r a u d i o a n d vide(:, e l e c t r o n i c s f o r c o n s u m e r s a n d
professionals. I h a v e assumed t h a t t h i s l a t t e r c a t e g o r y i n c l u d e s
radios, television receivers, video c a s s e t t e r e c o r d e r s , a u d i o
r e c o r d e r s , compact d i s c players, turn t a b l e s , amplifiers,
r e c e i v e r s , t u n e r s , c o n t r o l p a n e l s , mixing b o a r d s and c o n s o l e s ,
among o t h e r t h i n g s .

Based upon t h e r e s u l t s of t h e e n c l o s e d s e a r c h , i t i s
my o p i n i o n t h a t i t would be i n a d v i s a b l e f o r Power S t a t i o n , I n c .
t o u s e i t s mark f o r c l o t h i n g a s a f o r e s a i d . The b a s i s f o r my

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o p i n i o n i s R e g i s t r a t i o n No. 1 , 4 3 1 , 2 4 2 r e g i s t e r e d :.larch 3 , 1 9 8 7
Eor "Power S t a t i o n " . The r e g i s t r a n t c l a i m s a f i r s t d a t e o f u s e
o f A p r i l 3 , 1986 f o r w o m e n ' s c l o t h i n g i n c l u d i n g s w i m w e a r a n d
o t h e r goods a s l i s t e d .

A l t h o u g h y o u r c l i e n t h a s a s t r o n g r e p u t a t i o n , and
a l t h o u g h i t h a s p r i o r i t y o f u s e f o r t h e mark, t h i s r e g i s t r a n t h a s
a s t r o n g p o s i t i o n f o r arguing t h a t it has superior r i g h t s f o r
women's c l o t h i n g . One would n o t o r d i n a r i l y a s s o c i a t e c l o t h i n g i n
a n y way w i t h r e c o r d i n g s t u d i o s e r v i c e s . Thus, your c l i e n t ' s
r i g h t s i n i t s mark d o n o t a p p e a r t o d o m i n a t e t h o s e o f t h e
registrant's. A c c o r d i n g l y , u s e of t h e Power S t a t i o n mark f o r
women's ( o r m e n ' s ) c l o t h i n g would i n v o l v e a s i g n i f i c a n t r i s k o f
b e i n g a c c u s e d of t r a d e m a r k i n f r i n g e m e n t .

Use o f t h e Power S t a t i o n m a r k f o r c o n s u m e r a n d
p r o f e s s i o n a l a u d i o and v i s u a l e l e c t r o n i c e q u i p m e n t r a i s e s some
i s s u e s , b u t o n t h e w h o l e I am o f t h e o p i n i o n t h a t i t i s
permissible. A g a i n , I a s s u m e , a s I have b e e n i n f o r m e d , t h a t t h e
Power S t a t i o n s t u d i o i s w e l l k n o w n a n d d o e s h a v e a g o o d
reput-ation f o r its e x i s t i n g s e r v i c e s . Given t h a t , i t s movement
i n t o e l e c t r o n i c e q u i p m e n t s h o u l d be p e r m i s s i b l e . Here t h e good
w i l l a s s o c i a t e d w i t h i t s c u r r e n t s e r v i c e s c a n be more r e a d i l y
extended t o audio v i s u a l e l e c t r o n i c equipment.

T h e s e a r c h r e v e a l s t h a t M a n v i l l e C o r p o r a t i o n ' s Ken
C a r y l Ranch i s t h e owner o f t h e mark "Power S t a t i o n " f o r b a t t e r y
o p e r a t e d emergency e l e c t r i c a l 2ower s u p p l y u n i t s . S e e Reg. No.
1 , 0 4 0 , 3 0 8 r e g i s t e r e d May 2 5 , 1976 and c l a i m i n g a f i r s t d a t e o f
u s e of November 2 3 , 1970. I n my o p i n i o n , a u d i o v i s u a l e l e c t r o n i c
e q u i p m e n t c a n b e c o n s i d e r e d t o be s u f f i c i e n t l y u n r e l a t e d t o
emergency e l e c t r i c a l power s u p p l y u n i t s t o a v o i d a l i k e l i h o o d of
c o n f u s i o n even though t h e marks a r e i d e n t i c a l .

I r e a c h t h e same c o n c l u s i o n r e g a r d i n g t h e pending
a p p l i c a t i o n by E l e c t r i c a l C o n d u c t o r s , I n c . f o r a m u l t i p l e o u t l e t
power s t r i p .

A c l o s e r q u e s t i o n is r a i s e d by G o u l d ' s S u p p l e m e n t a l
R e g i s t e r r e g i s t r a t i o n f o r Power S t a t i o n f o r m i n i a n d
microcomputers. G o u l d ' s mark is r e g i s t e r e d on t h e S u p p l e m e n t a l
R e g i s t e r u n d o u b t e d l y b e c a u s e "Power S t a t i o n " a s a p p l i e d t o
computer equipment is considered t o be d e s c r i p t i v e . A
Supplemental R e g i s t e r r e g i s t r a t i o n h a s none of t h e p r o c e d u r a l
b e n e f i t s of a P r i n c i p l e R e g i s t e r r e g i s t r a t i o n . Moreover, i f
G o u l d ' s u s e o f t h e mark i s l i m i t e d t o a p a r t i c u l a r m a r k e t w h i c h

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is d i s t i n c t from your c l i e n t s , t h e r e d o e s n o t a p p e a r t o b e a
l i k e l i h o o d of confusion. T h u s , G o u l d may b e s e l l i n g i t s
c o m p u t e r s i n t o a s p e c i a l i z e d c o m m e r c i a l m a r k e t i f i t is p r e s e n t l y
s e l l i n g computers a t a l l .

Next I c a l l y o u r a t t e n t i o n t o t h e f a c t t h a t s e v e r a l
r a d i o s t a t i o n s have a d o p t e d a n d a r e u s i n g t h e t r a d e m a r k "The
Power S t a t i o n " i n v a r i o u s c i t i e s throughout t h e Unlted S t a t e s .
Conceivably, these radio s t a t i o n s could o b j e c t t o t h e
i n t r o d u c t i o n o f consumer e l e c t r o n i c s i n t o t h e i r market a r e a on
t h e g r o u n d t h a t t h e u s e o f t h e same mark i m p l i e s s p o n s o r s h i p b y
them. I n o t e t h a t a l l o f t h e s e m a r k s were r e c e n t l y r e g i s t e r e d ,
and I s u s p e c t t h a t a l l of t h e s e r a d i o s t a t i o n s a r e r e l a t e d o r
c o m m o n l y owned. I a l s o s u s p e c t t h a t t h e a d o p t i o n o f t h i s mark
may b e o f r e c e n t v i n t a g e . Thus, your c l i e n t i n any n e g o t i a t i o n
w i t h t h e s e p e o p l e would have t h e a d v a n t a g e of b e i n g a p r i o r u s e r ,
and t h e r e l a t i o n s h i p between r e c o r d i n g s e r v i c e s a n d e l e c t r o n i c
e q u i p m e n t on t h e o n e hand and r a d i o s t a t i o n s e r v i c e s and
e l e c t r o n i c equipment on t h e o t h e r hand i s a t l e a s t c o - e q u a l .
Thus, your c l i e n t should have t h e dominant p o s i t i a n .

I n v i e w o f t h e f o r e g o i n g , i t i s my o p i n i o n t h a t The
Power S t a t i o n s h o u l d n o t a d o p t o r u s e " P o w e r S t a t i o n " f o r m e n ' s
a n d w o m e n ' s c l o t h i n g , b u t i t may a d o p t a n d u s e t h e m a r k f o r
p r o f e s s i o n a l and consumer e l e c t r o n i c s a s d e s c r i b e d above w i t h t h e
u n d e r s t a n d i n g t h a t t h e m a t t e r is n o t e n t i r e l y w i t h o u t d o u b t a n d
issues could arise. I t i s , h o w e v e r , my o p i n i o n , b a s e d u p o n t h e
f a c t s p r e s e n t l y a v a i l a b l e t o me, t h a t The Power S t a t i o n , I n c .
should prevail i f those issues arise.

I f you have any q u e s t i o n s concerning t h e f o r e g o i n g ,


p l e a s e f e e l f r e e t o c a l l me.

With k i n d e s t p e r s o n a l r e g a r d s ,

Sincerely yours,

SEIDEL, GONDA, GOLDHAMMER


& ABBOTT, P.C.
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SONY CORPORATION

I, Scope of Project
II. Marketing and Distribution
III. Financial Proposal
IV. Contracts

Tony Bongiovi and Power Station Studio is about to undertake one of the
most interesting projects in the entertainment industry that the Business World has
ever seen. His fascinating elements of this project are as follows:

A). Musical Overtones


B), Technology
C). Marketing and Distribution
D). Limited Downside Bisk Potential

When you put all of the above elements together in any business venture you
have a very strong and powerful entity. Now, put the above elements in one of the
largest and most visible industries available in the Entertainment Industry.

SONY OBJECTIVES

We want to position Sony as the printer manufacturer of Professional Recording


Equipment in both the Record Industry and also the Theatrical and Video Industry as
well as Television and Pay TV. In addition and even mare important we would like to
credit Sony with contributing in the development of the Sony/PSDMS Digital
Recording System that will recognized throughout the World by way of several
different medium exposures. This will have tremendous effects in the way of
increased sales in both the Consumer/Retail level as well as the Professional
Environment.

SCOPE OF PROJECT

In the following paragraphs I will address the above elements and prove to
support the potential for this project. The Movie was developed to help Tony Bongiovi
take his creative and genius talents in the music industry to capture other industry's
that are complimentary - theatrical, television and cable, video, international film and
now electronics manufacturing. Because of Tonys -track record and accomplishments
in both technology and musical production Bon Jovi! The film already will have
appeal through the feature of his latest band French Lick. Tony has used the same
musical format for their first album as he used for Ben Jovi, which has sold nine ail
lion albums thus far no album has ever sold sore albums in its first six months in
the history of the recording industry. Because of the timing of the album which will
dominate the musical score the two should and will compliment one another very
profitably! To further the marketability of the picture he wrapped this into a horror
script widest marketability due to international distribution and an element that
will prevent the "critics" from influencing the audiences!

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To add further to the project, Tory will produce the first movie ever with a digital
sound track from set to theatre and video. This technology alone would cost anyone
else 190% of the total budget just for the sound production. This is when the project
gets interesting as far as marketing and distribution is concerned. Because of the
exclusivity of the technical elements and the "band", the marketing and distribution
should be powerful alone in even the most conventional deals.

MARKETING AND DISTRIBUTION

Now lets take this project and look at it with regards to two elements:

a). Video Industry


b). Digital recording and playing

The video industry is a 56 billion dollar industry that is in need of product, when
you look at the potential for a product that will be the first actual product that will
compliment the fast paced VCR/Stereo Entertainment components with a Musical
score that nay have enough merits of its ownyou have an amazing potential for
distribution!

The Digital and Disc Industry has proven to be the future standard for recording
and playing in due time. Because of its newness, there are more people who have
yet to hear the digital sound. Because of the visibility and exposure that will come
from this projectthis could be the first time ever people hear digital by way of
theatre and video! As to how many people? 1-10 - 50 - 100 million?

Well, what win be their first reaction? I NEED TO BUY A DISC PLAYER!

Their second reaction will be I WANT TO HEAR THAT SOUND IN MY NEXT TV SHOW,
VIDEO, MOVIE, ETC.,

We would like Sony to commit fifteen million fear three to four future products
that will follow the same format as the Mutant Mania Project so that Tony and Sony
will position themselves as the pioneer and leaders in the industry. This will not allow
composition to gain assets to the marketplace until we are all firmly situated and
profitable.

We will also assist in any way possible in the distribution of the theatrical and video
distribution.

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THE DEAL

In a 60 second spot in the beginning of the video, we will do


commentary on Sony and its contributions to the Digital Industry and the
difference between conventional and digital recording.

I) The spot will be a commentary with music from French Lick in the
background. The commentary will discuss the Sony/PSDMS SOUND
SYSTEM and the process by which the PURE SOUND Is developed. To
send home our point the "Difference Test" will be used. The movie
Mutant Mania will be promoted as the FIRST Feature Film to use this
system.

II) Through a merchandizing campaign using the video, (similar to Top


Gun"), We will market a full line of Sony will offer a low
budget but profitable disc player to all purchasers of the
video. The offer will be at wholesale prices. The reason for
the low budget product is that we hope when people actually
get to the store they will upgrade and buy at full retail!

For Sony it will automatically insinuate that Sony is responsible


for Tonys technical accomplishments from the view of the
audience which Tory will not be concerned with. It will also
promote all of Sony's entertainment products.

We will also develop a "60" second spot to be used on television


to promote the (entire project for both Sony and Tony Bongiovi).

III) We will also include Sony Equipment in the PSDMS System


that will be needed to convert the Theaters to the New Sound
System. We will convert the Theatres Free if the Theatre
commits to showing the next THREE BONGIOVI PRODUCTIONS.
This will give us a guaranteed continued exposure and will give
us guaranteed distribution for both Sony Software and
Bongiovi/Productions. We will recover the true costs of
equipment from distribution profits from the films.

IV. We will produce a 60 second stand alone commercial for


television, cable and theatre that will be used to promote the
project before the release of Mutant Mania.

Eg\: A 6O second spot utilizing the following elements

a. French Lick
b. Rawer Station recording facility
c. Sony's contributions to the manufacturer of the equipment to
produce the sound. This may show "'the difference".

A spot showing French Lick recording in Bower Station for the


Mutant Mania movie.
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We would like to introduce to you the Sony/PSDMS give


input on what it is. "New sit back and let us know if you hear
the difference."

What would you rather listed to when listening to feature films;


video, cable or television.

MERCHANDISING DEAL

Sony will private label a "Stony Bongiovi" or Power Station line of


equipment:
a). Television
b), Stereo Component
c). Disc Player
d). Video Player

The above package will include a free video of Mutant Mania of which Sony
will rebate full price back to distribution.

Tony and Stan will receive credits for complete line:

Total will be negotiated after we have an idea of Sony margins. We want to


make money only if Sony makes money!

We will also provide a marketing package for all retail outlets that is now
being developed.

POWER STATION DIGITAL MUSIC SYSTEM (PSDMS)

Tony will include in Copyright Agreement that SONY EQUIPMENT must be


used to be PSDMS. SONY will receive "Credits on all video, theatrical,
television, and cable "PSDMS/SONY System"

Tony and Stan will also receive credits en all systems using Sony equipment
sold to other film studios Also to be negotiated after margins are figured.
We will arrange a deal where, we along with Sony, will cover exists to
install the necessary equipment in all studios. We will provide a one-day
seminar to all thirty operators of the largest theatre chains.

FINANCIAL STRUCTURE

I. Sony will only pay for expenses to produce 60-second spots. SONY
and Power Station will utilize any and all services to help produce the
spot and will allow reimbursement for only true costs with no mark-up
excluding all of Tonys time, which will be free.

II. Power Station and Power Productions I will receive a negotiated


percentage of profits from all profits generated from the
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merchandizing campaign of the Sony products and the sale that may
result to other film studios utilizing Sony equipment in the DNS
System.

III. We will receive three sets of a full entertainment system -


Television, VCR, Stereo, Etc, that is top of the line to help during the
production of the film to be utilized by Marcia, Stan and Scott.
IV. Sony will have first right and first refusal of all and any distribution
contracts for theatrical, video, cable, and television syndications. We
will promise not to even talk to anyone else until we feel that Sony is
not going to offer a fair and reasonable deal. We will give Sony a 5%
margin to gain a competitive edge.

The purpose of the above and all aspects of this Deal is to let the
separate entities involved maximize their profits for their respective talents;
Tory in film and music production and Sony in manufacturing and eventually
distribution of both equipment and merchandise and later video and film
distribution.

World wide marketing available after this picture through cinaworld and
Marcia. Sony will be on credits of the film world wide PSDMS? Power
Station Digital to be shared with PSDMS?

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SONY JOINT VENTURE PROPOSAL FOR THE DIGITAL MOVIE


(May of 1987 by Stan J. Caterbone/Global Entertainment Group)
(PSDMS - Power Station Digital Movie System by Stan J. Caterbone)

I. INTRODUCTION
II. SONY'S ROLE
III. MARKETING AND DISTRIBUTION
IV. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
V. APPENDIX

I. INTRODUCTION

Tony Bongiovi and Power Station Studio are undertaking a project that has the
potential of revolutionizing the entertainment industry. In the next few pages of this
proposal, I will outline the elements involved and how Sony can participate in this
landmark event.

The technology of the recording industry has been advancing by leaps and
bounds. We have seen the advances from monaural long playing record to stereo
record to compact disc. Now we are seeing tape systems that use digital rather than
analog signals appear, matching the quality of compact discs. What has happened to
the theatres? The audio portion of a film, is as responsible for the sensations one
experiences at a motion picture as the visual, yet many theatre's are still equipped only
for mono sound. Why is this? We feel there are two basic reasons.

1) The relative high cost of upgrading a theatre to be able to


incorporate the advanced technologies of the audio industry.

2) The lack of proper equipment for the film industry to


produce high quality digital audio tracks.

These two problems should not be addressed separately. There is little


motivation for upgrading until the product is available and even less motivation to
produce a product that cannot be heard.

Tony Bongiovi and Ed Evans at Power Station in New York, have now made it
possible to address these problems simultaneously. Their creation of the new "Power
Station Digital Movie Sound" (PSDMS), will not only enable the film industry to produce
the highest quality audio tracks for film, but will also allow theatre's to upgrade their
existing sound system at a minimal cost.

To introduce this revolutionary new sound, Bongiovi is in the process of


producing a film entitled "Mutant Mania", which is a science fiction action horror film,
shot in a small ocean resort town in New Jersey. This film has many elements that
make it perfect for the introduction of PSDMS. The most prevalent of these being the
heavy music score by Bongiovi's latest band "French Lick". Producing bands is
definitely one of Bongiovi's fortes. Bongiovi was instrumental in creating "Bon Jovi"
who is probably the strongest force in the rock and roll circuit today. "Bon Jovi's" third
album "Slippery When Wet", has sold more copies in a short period of time than any
other band in history.

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Another is the fact that this is a horror film. The use of audio in horror films is
important to create tension, fear, excitement etc. Using a horror film also lessens the
influence the critics have on the audience.

By and large this film will stand on it's own merits. Now add PSDMS, and you
have a potential block buster event. How does Sony fit into all of this?

II. SONY'S ROLE

What we are seeking to do is establish a distribution route in which the message


of Sony's new technology and its benefits can be more easily and directly passed on to
the consumer.

SONY/PSDMS

Picture a one or two minute commentary at the beginning of the movie and home
video, demonstrating the difference between the quality of theatrical sound now and
the new SONY/PSDMS sound. This does two things. First, by demonstrating the
difference in quality of the new sound, you reinforce in the audiences mind that it is
much better, which as you will hear, there is little doubt. Secondly it reinforces in the
audience that Sony truly is a pioneer of advanced innovative technologies.

In addition to the commentary, Sony will receive credits on the film, ie.
SONY/PSDMS. We will include in the copyright agreement that Sony Equipment must
be used to be SONY/PSDMS.

Sony's name will also be strategically placed throughout the film. This may be
done in the form of billboards, advertisements, or Sony equipment being utilized.

A commercial may be developed for TV promoting both the film and Sony's
contributions to advanced audio techniques in the film industry. This could be done as
a joint venture between Sony and the distribution company for the theatrical and video
exhibition.

Inside every video tape that is sold, a coupon may be placed to promote Sony
products.

A full line of quality equipment may be SONY/POWER STATION labeled for


consumer use to enhance marketability of Sony entertainment products.

Sony Video Software Corporation will receive right of first refusal on all contracts
for video and theatrical distribution. We will allow Sony a preferred 5% margin under
any other distributor for a competitive edge.

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TIMING

Timing is crucial in a project that touch so many different areas.

III. MARKETING AND DISTRIBUTION

Most of the industry by their own admission is at least two years away from an
effort to upgrade the sound in movie theatres. With the SONY/PSDMS system, other
companies may adapt easily and economically to produce products with digital movie
sound. With companies adapting to this process, the future should see the prominence
of the SONY/PSDMS insignia much the same as you see the Dolby insignia today. This
will act as a constant reminder to the public that Sony truly is a pioneer of advanced
audio visual technologies.

Sony will receive exposure in the professional market place by having the
SONY/POWER STATION equipment used in theatres and studios to produce the
SONY/PSDMS sound.

The video industry is a 56 billion dollar industry that is in need of product. When
you look at the potential for a product that will be one of the first feature films to
compliment the fast paced VCR/Stereo Entertainment components, with a musical score
that may have enough merits of its own, you have an amazing potential for distribution.

The Digital and Disc Industry has proven to be the future standard for recording
and playing. Because of the relative newness of the digital format, there are more
people who have yet to experience the digital sound. With the high exposure that will
come from this project, this could be the first time ever people hear digital. How many
people? 1 - 10 - 50 - 100 million?

What will be their first reaction? I need to buy a Disc Player!

Who's name will they think of first? SONY/PSDMS

IV. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Bongiovi and Evans at Power Station have developed a revolutionary hybrid


mixing console to penetrate the video post production market. This console was
developed to enable engineers to produce high quality audio tracks for the film industry
as well as the recording industry. This new console utilizes an automation system that
can be used by both industries. This new console is especially attractive to the film
industry, as it will greatly reduce production costs since mixing costs in a recording
studio are much less. At present the console that is being used is a bastardized system
that utilizes components from many different pieces of equipment, from a number of
different companies, of which Sony is one. Because we already have a working model
of this console, it would take very little time for a finished product to be manufactured
that could carry the SONY name.

The other piece of equipment that is essential to the PSDMS process, is the box
that enables the laser disc to automatically read the synchronization track encoded on
the film. This piece of equipment can be produced at an extremely low cost. It is this

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low cost and the fact that the theatres will not have to replace their present projectors
that make digital movie sound a reality in 1988.

We feel that with consumers demanding the same quality audio at theatres, as
they have become accustomed to with their home entertainment systems, theatre
owners will have little problem investing the nominal amount of dollars involved, to
upgrade their theatres for digital audio. This investment could be as low as $1000.

With the cost being so low, the distribution company may want to consider
bearing the burden of this cost, if the theatre owners agree to show Bongiovi's next
three films.

FINANCIAL STRUCTURE

SONY will commit four million dollars for the production of Bongiovi's film to be
released in 1988. We would like SONY to commit fifteen million for three to four future
products that will follow the same format as the first, so that Bongiovi and SONY will
position themselves as the pioneer and leaders in the industry. This will not allow
competition to gain access to the marketplace until we are all firmly situated
and profitable.

Sony will only pay for expenses to produce 60 second spots. Tony and Power
Station will utilize any and all services to help produce the spot and will allow
reimbursement for only true costs with no mark up including all of Tony's time which
will be Power Station and Power Productions I (Stan Caterbone - Power Productions I)
will receive a negotiated percentage from all revenues generated from the
merchandizing campaign of the SONY/POWER STATION products and the sale that may
result to other film studios utilizing Sony/POWER STATION equipment in the PSDMS
System.

We will receive four deluxe entertainment systems - Television, VCR, Stereo, Etc.
that is top of the line to help during the production of the film.

The purpose of the above and all aspects of this Proposal is to let the separate
entities involved maximize their profits for their respective talents; Bongiovi in film and
music production and Sony in manufacturing and distribution of equipment and
merchandise and later video and film distribution. END

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Power Station
Power Station was formed in 1977, in partnership with Tony Bongiovi and Bob Walters.
Power Station, within a short period of time established itself as the premiere recording
facility in the world. The studios success to a large degree is due to Bongiovi's
tremendous creative talents in the fields of studio design, production and
entertainment. The ability to anticipate what the public at large wants to hear and to
create a format that will produce a highly marketable product.

Bongiovi's creative genius became most evident with his recent success producing the
band "Bon Jovi". After years of work developing their talent and structuring the format
for their music, "Bon Jovi" rapidly became one of top bands in the world.

Bongiovi's most recent project is a band called "French Lick", which he brought into the
studio approximately two years ago. You may have heard French Lick's music in Ron
Howard's production of Gung-Ho. French Lick's music and talent have been developed
along the same format as "Bon Jovi" and have recently been showcased to the major
recording labels. Contracts should be finalized with Quantum Medium in a few weeks.
Quantum Medium is a division of MCA, owned by the same people that own MTV.
French Lick is wholly owned by Power Station, along with their first album, which gives
Bongiovi the ability to use any and all the songs from the album in the movie.

By placing the band in the movie and having the music score written by the band, we
are able to take advantage of marketing potential normally not available to other
productions. The music video for the band will be shot at the "same time as the movie
and will primarily be scenes from the movie. The release of the video will be timed to
promote the opening of the movie. The release of the songs off the first album will also
be -coordinated to promote the movie. To fully understand the marketing potential the
band brings to the project, picture what, gross receipts at the box office would look like
if "Bon Jovi" were appearing in a movie this year (Any movie). If French Lick does one
tenth as well as Bon Jovi, this movie is a guaranteed hit.

During Bongiovi's work on "Star Wars", "Apocalypse Now" and "Gung-ho", he was able
to make many of the contacts necessary to form the extremely talented group of artists
that are essential for a production to be successful.

Barbara Peters: Director/Writer/Producer


Barbara has directed many programs such as "Matt Houston", "Falcon Crest", "Cagney
and Laoey", "Misfits", "Berrengers", and "Remington Steele" to name a few. The film
Barbara directed that convinced Tony to hire her for this production was "Humanoids
From The Deep". Humanoids was made in 1978 for $ 980,000 ($ 20,000 under budget
and four days ahead of schedule) and grossed over $28 million in domestic and foreign
theatrical Sales. This was during a period in time when the video market was in its early
stages of development. A film released today that would gross $ 28 million in 1978
dollars has even greater potential for a much higher gross with the strong video market
that is available now. What impressed Tony the most with Barbara's direction of
Humanoids was her ability to bring a high degree of quality to a film on such a limited
budget.

Peter Hock: Stunt Ooordiiator/Actor/Stuntman


Peter's credits include films such as, "Trading Places", "Stepford Wives", "To Kill A
Cop", "Ghost Busters", "FX", and a host of other Films, Broadway, Musicals and
Television Shows.

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There are many factors, which contribute to a projects success. If you were to take a
cross section of the movie industry to find which types of projects were most likely to
succeed, you would find that movies in the two to four million dollar range have much
greater chances of success than movies in the ten to fifteen million dollar range. The
reasons for this are quite simple. A movie in the two to four million-dollar ranges is a
high enough budget to produce a quality film but limiting the risk to the investor since
it needs less of the market share to produce a profit.

Horror movies, from the investors point of view are the safest type of movie to
finance. Horror movies have an almost cultist following. The type of audience that
attend horror movies rarely wait to see what the critics have to say about the movie.
There is a fascination with gore that this audience would rather see than have
described to them. The overseas market for movies of this genre is tremendous. In
almost all cases the gross revenues from the theatre, will be greater overseas than in
the domestic (US and Canada) market. This especially holds true for horror movies.

Over the last few years, we have been seeing a trend for movies to have a much
heavier music score than in the past. The feelings that can be invoked in an audience
from audio are sometimes as great or greater than the visual aspects of a film. With
Bongiovi's experience and past track record, we are assured of having one of the best
quality sound tracks to a movie ever made. This production could very well
revolutionize the movie industry in that this will be the first time that the sound track
will be totally digitized from the set to the theatre or home video. What this means is
that the quality of the sound, which is typically extremely poor in a movie theatre or
home video cassette, will now be tremendously crisp. This new movie sound will be
similar to the quality you would expect from a laser disc. Normally the costs involved to
produce a movie with this type of sound track would greatly increase the budget to a
point where the project would nave an increased element of risk. With Power Station,
which already has in place state of the art equipment, some of which can be found in
only one or two other studios in the world, this sound track can be produced for a
fraction of the costs that another production company would have to pay. This greatly
reduces the risk to the investor to be able to produce state of the art audio at a fraction
of the costs.

It is a very natural progression for a recording studio such as Power Station to evolve
into an entertainment complex, which includes the production of films. Power Station
currently has financing in place for a $ 3.5 million video mix studio to be built next to
the recording studio. Distribution companies are constantly looking for new sources of
product to market. With Bongiovi's track record in the entertainment industry, any
product that carries the Bongiovi label should create a bidding situation with the
distributors.

Advanced public relations work is currently being done to set the stage for negotiations
with the distribution companies. "Billboard11, "Variety", and "Box Office" have already
agreed to do articles on Bongiovi and the movie. On April 30, ABC will be airing a radio
talk show with Bongiovi that will air on 2300 stations to a total listening audience of
over six million people. "Pame, Fortune, and Romance" have also agreed to give
network TV coverage.

The home video market has rapidly been changing the potential movie profits for the
industry. A Nightmare On Elm Street was made for well under two million dollars and
has earned New Line Cinema more than $24 million at the domestic box office. In
addition, after a short video release, this production has sold over 3 million cassettes.
In the past videos were sold only to video rental stores for approximately $70 apiece.
Recently the price has been lowered to expand the market to the general public. The
video rental stores won't disappear, but they may become more like record stores that
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also rent their albums. All of this translates into more profit potential for producer and
investor.

It is an extremely rare opportunity to be able to get in on the ground floor in an


offshoot of an already well established entertainment company. Any investor willing to
back this project will have first right of refusal on any future projects. The percentages
will remain the same for at least the first two projects.

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INVESTING IN MOTION PICTURES

Independently produced motion pictures are a better investment today than ever
before.

Reasons:

1) Increased Markets: There is much wider distribution of motion pictures today


than ever before (i.e. Pay TV, Cable TV, videocassettes, satellite transmissions,
etc.)

2. 'Presale1 contracts which bind the buyers (i.e. networks, pay TV, foreign
distributors, etc.) to specific payments at a future date, this insuring return of
capital and, in some cases, a profit before the film is released.

Investment Structure:

The producer and investor form a limited partnership for the purposes of producing
one or more motion pictures. The investor receives 100% of the net profits until
recoupment, after which the split is 50-50. Profit participation of others (actors,
director, writer, etc.) comes out of the producer's end.

Packaging:

The producer secures the services of a director, principal actors, and a writer.

Presale Deals:

The producer can negotiate presale (preproduction) arrangements with


distributors, networks, pay TV, merchandisers, etc. Whereas such arrangements
can minimize the downside risk, they can also inhibit the eventual profitability of
the film.

Risk Factors:

It is very difficult to determine exactly how much of a risk one runs in financing a
theatrical film. Adequate statistics are impossible to find. Sharmat Services of Los
Angeles a four-year-old study which revealed that 60% of all films released make
money. This study, however, did not include long range TV syndication (foreign
and domestic) revenues, and was made before Pay TV and video cassettes became
significant additional markets, chemical Bank of New York reports that they have
never lost money on film financing.

Another risk is the possibility that no distributor will want to release the picture.
That is why some independent producers include, a provision for distribution
financing in their investment agreements. If worse comes to worst, producers can
distribute the film themselves. (Notable examples are "Billy Jack" and "Benji".)

There may be production catastrophes that will delay or cancel production once it is
under way. Producers will carry various forms of insurance (including completion
bonds) to at least repay whatever funds have already been spent.

Marketing:

If a distribution arrangement has not already been made, the producer now
secures such an arrangement. If the picture is good, it is possible to negotiate a
much better deal than could have been done earlier. On the other hand, the
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producer could have trouble securing the kind of distribution commitment wanted.
The main factors here are how much money the distributor is willing to commit to
selling the picture, how much influence the producer can have on the marketing
campaign, and the distribution fee. Sometimes small distributors are able to give
more time and attention to independent pictures and offer better terms, but the
producer may have to provide some distribution expenses.

Out of gross domestic box office receipts, the exhibitor (retailer) usually subtracts
his fixed costs and then receives 10%. Out of the remaining 90% gross film rentals
received by the distributor (wholesaler), he usually recoups all or part of his costs
plus a distribution fee of 20-35%, then passes the rest on to the producer/investor.
Terms of distribution deals vary considerably. '

Box office receipts, however, only account for a part of the producer/investor's
revenues. As the enclosed figures show, the ancillary markets are at least as
significant as the domestic theatre box office. TV syndication, for instance, can
continue to bring in revenues for the next twenty years.

Demand for Product:

Today's supply comes nowhere near to matching real demand. At the present time,
there are over 18,000 theatres in the United States, it can readily be seen that
roughly 400 films produced and rated last year did not begin to meet; their needs.
Theatres are compelled to show any type of film they can obtain to keep their
doors open.

To date, independent producers are responsible for 72% of all films made world-
wide. The domestic figure is 62%. The independent producer has three primary
options regarding distribution. These include the sale of the film outright to a major
national distributor, their merchandising of the film by the production company
itself, or the use of smaller regional sub-distributors who may promote the film in
their respective geographical areas. Distribution of films often relies on all' three
methods to one degree or another.

Another market, television, can consume nearly every film that has been, or is
presently being produced. If each of the three networks would show only one film
per night, they would need over 1,000 films per year. In Los Angeles area alone,
there are nearly 10,000 films aired each year in a combination of local and network
viewing time. Many films are shown time and time again because there are no new
films to replace them.

Today, virtually every film of quality has residual value in television, either by
outright sale or by term licensing. The latter is preferable since it allows the
production company to retain ownership of the negative. The time lag between
theatre release and TV sale has diminished from seven years to an average of 18
months. However, some major features such as "The Wiz" have been sold to TV
before completing a full year in theatrical release. The trend seems to be toward
purchase of 'fresh1 films, and the outlets appear willing to pay the higher costs
involved.

Because of the great demand and the outrageously competitive attitude that
pervades the networks, handsome deals are being consummated before the
production has been completed and then, by prearrangement ' with the producers,
hold the film until it has completed its theatrical run.

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Forecast A

Breakeven for Limited Partners:

Based on gross revenues of $ 11,200,000 collected from 1st and 2nd theatrical
runs

1st run ticket costs of $ 6.00 2nd run ticket

costs of $ 5.00

1st Run

50 people per show x $ 6.00 $ 300.00 Gross per show $ 300,000 Gross $

$ 300.00 per show X 1000 houses 4,200,000 Gross


$ 250.00 Gross per show $ 500,000 Gross $
$ 300,000 X 14 days 7,000,000 Gross

2nd Run $ 4,200,000 $ 7,000,000 $11,200,000


50 people per show X $ 5.00

$ 250.00 per show X 2000 houses

$ 500,000 X 14 days

Total 1st Run

Total 2nd Run

Total

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Forecast A

Total Box Office Gross -------------------------------------------------- $ 11,200,000

Less 15% For Theatres --------------------'-------- ;----------------- $ 1.680.000

Motion Picture Profits -------------------------------------------------- $ 9,520,000

Less 30% Distribution Fee --------------------------------------------- $ 2,856,000

$ 6,664,000

Less : Investors Capital ----------------------------------------------- $ 4,000,000

Net Profit ---------------------------------------------------------------- $ 2,664,000

Producers Split @ 50%------------------------------------------------- $ 1.332.000

Investment Company Return $ 1,332,000

less : General Partners Split @ 15% -------------------------------- $ 199.800

Investors Return ------------------------------------------------------- $ 1,132,200

These are only projections and are for informational purposes only. Any investment
made, based solely on these projections would be unadvisable as actual performance
could vary greatly.

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Forecast B

Forecast B is based on a total box office gross of $ 28 million

A film that produces a theatrical gross of $ 28 million can be expected to gross at least
that much from TV, Cable and video markets. Depending on how distribution agreements
are negotiated we can expect 50% to be net profits
Forecast B

Total Box Office Gross ------------------------------------------------- $ 28,000,000

Less 15% For Theatres ------------------------ ' ---------------------- $ 4,200,000

Motion Picture Profits -------------------------------------------------- $ 23,800,000

less 30% Distribution Fee --------------------------------------------- $ 7,140,000

$ 16.660,000

T.V., Cable and Video Net ---------------------------------------------- $ 14,000,000

Ttotal Net---------------------------------------------------------------- $ 25.340,000

Less : Investors Capital ------------------------------------------------ $ 4,000,000

Net Profit ---------------------------------------------------------------- $ 21.340.000

Producers Split @ 50% ------------------------------------------------ $ 10,,670,000

Investment Companies' Return $ 10,670,000

Lsss :..General Partners Split @ 15% --------------------------------- $ 1,600,500

Investors Return -------------------------------------------------------- $ 9,069,500

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made, based solely on these prxyiections would be unadvisable as actual performance
could vary greatly.

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PAYROLL SERVICE (WAIVED) . (.


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TAL INSURANCE/TAX /LICENSE/FEES: 3 1 1 33 1 . ::

. GENERAL OVERHEAD:

FLAT CHARGE .C
CORPORATE OVERHEAD EXPENSE .C
CASTING OFFICE SALARIES .0
ENTERT A I NMENT-EXECUT I VES 10 200.00 2000. C
TRAVEL EXPENSE-EXECUTIVES .0
OFFICE RENTAL AND EXPENSE/P MO 4 1000.00 4000. 0
. OFFICE RENTALS/SUPPLIES/P WK 17 45O.OO 7650.0
AUDITOR .0
TIMEKEEPER .0
SECRETARIES .0
PUBLIC RELATIONS HEAD .0
PUBLIC RELATIONS SECRETARY .0
LEGAL FEES (P/HR) 50 175.00 8750.0
POSTAGE/ TELEPHONE/P WK 17 60O.OO 10200.0
CUSTOMS BROKERAGE .0
GENERAL OFFICE OVERHEAD .o
FILM SHIPPING- 80 40. 00 3200.0
OTHER .0
OTHER- .0
OTHER .0
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FAL GENERAL OVERHEAD: 35800. 0<

. FINANCE
CHGS/J^GN^lW6EfclCY/BONDS:
S ROBERTSON/STAN CATERBONE . 4000000 $2OO,000
COMPLETION BOND ' ------- 0 :00 110000.0;
COMPLETION BOND-NO CLAIMS . 0275 (400OOOO.OO
CONTINGENCY .1 3367502. OC 336750.2'

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POWER PRODUCTIONS I LETTER OF INTENT


FOR
JOINT VENTURE PARTICIPATION CONTRIBUTION
(May 20, 1987)

The undersigned, intending to be legally bound , in consideration of his


admission as a participant in the j o i n t venture to be known a s "POWER
PRODUCTIONS I" and receipt of a profit/loss distribution share of % of
___________ such joint venture, hereby declares and acknowledges his intent to
participate in such joint venture and hereby covenants and agrees to contribute the
sum of $_______________________ to the capital of such joint venture, which
sum shall constitute his initial capital account in such joint venture.

This Letter of Intent is entered into by the undersigned upon the following
general understanding:

Power Productions I will be a joint venture to be formed under


the laws of Pennsylvania, having the specific purpose to invest
(loan) its funds to MUTANIA PRODUCTIONS, INC. t o finance
such corporation's production of a motion picture. The joint
venture shall receive full repayment of its investment from
MUTANIA PRODUCTIONS, INC. before the distribution of any
profits to any party. Thereafter, the joint venture shall receive
50% of the profits from such motion picture of which 85%
shall be distributed to the non-managing joint ventures
(including the undersigned) and 15% shall be distributed to
Stanley J. Caterbone as the Managing Joint Venturer of Power
Productions I. The joint venture shall have a right of first
refusal to finance the next movie production of MUTANIA
PRODUCTIONS, INC. and/or TONY BONGIOVI.

The undersigned agrees that he will execute and deliver a counter-


counterpart of the joint venture agreement (which shall be consistent with the
above general understanding) and that he will execute and deliver all documents
required for the joint venture to elect not to be taxed as s a partnership.

Contemporaneous with the execution of this letter of intent, the undersigned


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is contributing 10% of his total agreed contribution, or $__________________,


within fifteen (15) days from the date hereof, time being of the essence, the
undersigned shall contribute the 90% balance, or $_____________________ .
Such contribution shall be held by Stanley J. Caterbone at interest pending
completion of all negotiations and execution and delivery of all documents with
MUTANIA PRODUCTIONS INC..

If such negotiations, delivery and execution are not completed within thirty
(30) days after the full contribution is made, the entire contribution, with all interest
earned thereon, shall be returned to the undersigned without demand. Stanley J.
Caterbone shall be responsible for collection, receipt, interim investment and
management, and ultimate investment or return of all funds contributed, and shall
be the Managing Joint Venturer of the joint venture.

The undersigned hereby authorizes and empowers Stanley J. Caterbone to


negotiate, execute, and deliver all documents necessary or required to implement
the joint venture purpose and to take all other actions and negotiate, execute and
deliver all other documents necessary or desirable to implement of effectuate the
joint venture purpose.

SIGN
NAME:_____________________________________(L.S.) Date: May ______,1987

PRINT
NAME:_____________________________________________________________

STREET
ADDRESS:__________________________________________________________

CITY:_______________________ STATE:___________________ ZIP:_________

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RICHARD C. FOX, PC
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
1015 ROBERTS VALLEY ROAD
HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA 17110
RICHARD C. FOX*
ADMITTED ALSO FLORIDA

May 20, 1987

Mr. Stanley J, Caterbone


FMG Advisory, Inc.
Eden Park II, 1755 Oregon Pike
Lancaster, PA 17601

For Professional Services rendered in connection


with Power Productions Including conference,
preparation of Letter of Intent, and express mailing,
and follow-up telephone check.

Professional Fee 250.00


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FLATBUSH
FILMS,INC. May 23, 1987

Mr. Stan Caterbone Financial


Management Group 17 S 5 Oregon
Pike Lancaster, Pa. 17601 '

Dear Stan:

At your request Ive investigated the requirements of the Completion Bond.

Bert Schneiderman of Worldwide Completion Services in New York has given me a


figure of 5*5%, excluding contingencies, with a 50% No Claims Bonus, Since Bert also
owns Bon Bon Payroll Service he has agreed to waive the payroll fee if we xise their
bonding service.

Requirements: They need copies of the budget and/or production board revenues for
the director and producers as well as copies of their contracts and any other
production agreements which have been completed.

Further they need to know when we will commence principal photography, editing
location and if we intend to have a distribution deal up front.

I spoke to Jerry Vandersonde and Bill Hudson of DeWitt Stern Insurance in Los
Angeles, who were recommended by Worldwide. Since I couldn't show him a budget
or a script we did some educated guessing and came up with a figure of
approximately $75,000. The Production Package policy should include: General
liability, cast insurance* negative film, faulty stock and camera processing, props,
sets, wardrobe, rented equipment, extra expenses, third party property damage,
non-owned auto, Errors and Omissions including a one year bond and a minimum
workmen's comp policy for anything that is not covered by workmen's comp.

I understand you're going to Wildwood this weekend. We need to house a crew of


about 60-80, production offices, catering service, We'd like to get as many free extras
as possible and need high quality promo type giveaways. For screen credit, of course.
If you have any such contact we'll need mutant dolls (500?) and if you can help bring
down location costs that would be great. I'm talking about beaches, amusements, the
pier parking facilities. Probably well handle that better next week when we can talk in person.

Sincerely,
Arlene Davidson

4334 STERN AVE., SHERMAN OAKS, CALIFORNIA (818} 995-3417

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Ms. Ellen Libman Power


Station, Inc. 441 West 53rd
Street New York, N.Y. 10019

Dear Ellen:

Barbara and I have mapped out a skeleton schedule for our trip to New York and I
thought I'd send it off and see if it works for everyone else. By the way, we've decided
to stay in New York until Tuesday instead of Monday as originally planned.

Thursday Arrive about 3:00PM. You have the exact time since you've
booked our flights. Please let us know if someone will pick
us up or if we should take a taxi,

We'll come to Power Station and give you and Tony


copies of the script and budget, which we'd like you to read
Thursday night,

Barbara and I have a dinner meeting with a Director of


Photography.

Leave for .New Jersey in the morning. Discuss script and


Friday budget, Meet Mayor of Wildwood and bring him a synopsis
of script which he has requested. , Meet with Steve Garelick,
the Production Coordinator of the New Jersey Film
Commission. Look at locations.

Stan Caterbone arrives in New Jersey. Meet the rep from


Maury's Pier to discuss location costs. Check out hotels for
crew and cast.
Sunday
Last minute details in New Jersey, Leave for New York
around noon.
Monday Meetings at Power Station for final discussions
About script, budget, contracts, etc.
Tuesday Afternoon - Leave New York approximately 4PM to
arrive Los Angeles about 5 pm.

Cc: Stan Caterbone


Barbara Peters

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STATISTICS FOR SONY DEAL

I. Power Station
1. Bon Jovi - Tony's creation 1% - $1 Million in I987 in
Revenues
a. Format
b. Mixing
Sold 9 million albums in 6 months
2. Power Station - High Tech Award - Last 4 Years
Best in World By Peers!
3. 4 - 5 Grammys in 1987 recorded there Steve Winwood
Others: Jagger,, B. Joel, Springsteen, Diana Ross,
Madonna, J. Lennon, on and on.
4. Tony - Multi Track Recording
Defied Theory
Designed Sound - Voyeger
Produced Star Wars Album - Mixed
5. French Lick - MTV may sign Free Promotion

II. Technology
1. First Video, film, tv in digital. All first for full entertainment
2. Kodak and Mitsubish - Not till end of Decade
3. Dolby - Sony/PSDMS - $10,000 per license to any tv, film,
video, etc.
4. Only mix board that will mix albums/video's
Sell to all recording and film studios $300,000 -
$500,000 per console.
5. Sony spends 9% of gross revenue on R
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9% of billions 2 = $180,000,000
6. Put Sony 5 years ahead of strategic plan
Disc players - Only 23% of consumers currently own a disc
player. First time to hear for how many?

III. Film/Video
1. 23,000 theaters to sell system
2. First will sell movie and video
Add French Lick
3. Top Gun - sold 9 million @ $30.00 - $60.00 per video
$270,000,000 +
4. Horror International Film $20 - $60,000,000
Pay TV, Cable, TV - ?

IV. Commercial -180 Sec Commentary


Sony - $4,000,000 - $8,000,000 for commercial
Visa Demonstration $2 Million - $6 Million
Pepsi Paid $8,000,000 60 Second in front of "Top Gun" video.

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V. Merchandise - Private Label


Power Station Beach Line
In movie, free by original designer and owner - "Hang Ten" swim
wear Power Station Electronics Line/Sony
Best recording in world - is it good?
Beach Accessories Promotion in
movie, video, TV
Sell all of above
Video - Mail Order, Stores

VI. Sony
1. Needs help
a. Low profits
b. Beta Bust
2. Best name electronics Manufacture

3. Film and video distribution (new)


4. Willing to work together
a. Share tech
b. Joint venture
c. Horizontal distribution
5. Horror Elements and P/S name already international

Deal would involve:


1. Retail electronics division
2. Professional electronic
3. Film distribution
4. Video distributionrevenues
30% - 50% = $600,000,000
Tony said 50/50
All costs - $4 Million
New - Film studio?/with Sony
Deal worth 100,000,000 Now??
Would Kodak or Mitsubish like deal?
Will Sony let this deal go to competition?
No - Beta
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Research Sony

Star Wars - $2 Billion in 10 Years from all

1% Marcia - Sony give 4 million Raise 15 Million


Call Head of video distribution
Merchandising - Hang Ten Off
Kodak Sony Difference test visa add in

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SONY JOINTcVENTUREPROPOSAL

"SONY CHALLENGE"

SONY JOINT VENTURE STATISTICS

INVESTOR MARKETING MATERIALS

LEGAL DOCUMENTATION

SCREEN PLAY (1ST DRAFT)

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THE DIGITAL MOWE


A Joint Venture Proposal for

The Sony Organization

Developed by:
Stan J. Caterbone

Representing:

Tony Bongiovi

Power Station Studios

Flatbush Films

Garnillion Studios

Advanced Media Group, Ltd.,

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SONY CORPORATION

INTRODUCTION
SONY'S ROLE
TIMING
MARKETING AND DISTRIBUTION
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
FINANCIAL STRUCTURE

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INTRODUCTION
Tony Bongiovi and Power Station Studio are undertaking a project
that has the potential of revolutionizing the entertainment industry.
In the next few pages of this proposal, I will outline the elements
involved and how Sony can participate in this landmark event.

The technology of the recording industry has been advancing by


leaps and bounds. We have seen the advances from monaural
long playing record to stereo record to compact disc. Now we are
seeing tape systems that use digital rather than analog signals
appear, matching the quality of compact discs. What has
happened to the theatre's? The audio portion of a film, is as
responsible for the sensations one experiences at a motion picture
as the visual, yet many theatre's are still equipped only for mono
sound. Why is this? We feel there are two basic reasons.

1> The relative high cost of upgrading a theatre to be able to


incorporate the advanced technologies of the audio
industry.

2> The lack of proper equipment for the film industry to


produce high quality digital audio tracks.

These two problems should not be addressed separately. There


is little motivation for upgrading until the product is available and
even less motivation to produce a product that can not be heard.

Tony Bongiovi and Ed Evans at Power Station in New York, have


now made it possible to address these problems simultaneously.
Their creation of the new "Power Station Digital Movie Sound"
(PSDMS), will not only enable the film industry to produce the
highest quality audio tracks for film, but will also allow theatre's to
upgrade their existing sound system at a minimal cost.

To introduce this revolutionary new sound, Bongiovi is in the


process of producing a film entitled "Mutant Mania", which is a
science fiction action horror film, shot in a small ocean resort town
in New Jersey. This film has many elements that make it perfect
for the introduction of PSDMS. The most prevalent of these being

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the heavy music score by Bongiovi's latest band "French Lick".


Producing bands is definitely one of Bongiovi's fortes. Bongiovi
was instrumental in creating "Bon Jovi" who is probably the
strongest force in the rock and roll circuit today. "Bon Jovi's" third
album "Slippery When Wet", has sold more copies in a short
period of time than any other band in history.

Another is the fact that this is a horror film. The use of audio in
horror films is important to create tension, fear, excitement etc..
Using a horror film also lessens the influence the critics have on
the audience.

By the large this film will stand on it's own merits. Now add
PSDMS, and you have a potential block buster event.

How does Sony fit into all of this?

SONY'S ROLE

What we are seeking to do, is establish a distribution route in


which the message of Sony's new technology and its benefits can
be more easily and directly passed on to the consumer.

Picture a one or two minute commentary at the beginning of the


movie and home video, demonstrating the difference between the
quality of theatrical sound now and the new SONY/PSDMS sound.
This does two things. First, by demonstrating the difference in
quality of the new sound, you reinforce in the audiences mind that
it is much better, which as you will hear, there is little doubt.
Secondly it reinforces in the audience that Sony truly is a pioneer
of advanced innovative technologies.

In addition to the commentary, Sony will receive credits on the film,


ie. SONY/PSDMS. We will include in the copyright agreement that
Sony equipment must be used to be SONY/PSDMS.

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Sony's name will also be strategically placed throughout the film.


This may be done in the form of billboards, advertisements, or
Sony equipment being utilized.

A commercial may be developed for n/ promoting both the film


and Sony's contributions to advanced audio techniques in the film
industry. This could be done as a joint venture between Sony and
the distribution company for the theatrical and video exhibition.

Inside every video tape that is sold, a coupon may be placed to


promote Sony products.

A full line of quality equipment may be SONY/POWER STATION


labeled for consumer use to enhance marketability of Sony
entertainment products.

Sony Video Software Corporation will receive right of first refusal


on all contracts for video and theatrical distribution. We will allow
Sony a preferred 5% margin under any other distributor for a
competitive edge.

TIMING
Timing is crucial in a project that touch so many different
areas.

MARKETING1DISTRIBUTION
Most of the industry by their own admission is at least two years
away from an effort to upgrade the sound in movie theatres. With
the SONY/PSDMS system, other companies may adapt easily and
economically to produce products with digital movie sound. With
companies adapting to this process, the future should see the
prominence of the SONY/PSDMS insignia much the same as you
see the Dolby insignia today. This will act as a constant reminder

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to the public that Sony truly is a pioneer of advanced audio visual


technologies.

Sony will receive exposure in the professional market place by


having the SONY/POWER STATION equipment used in theatres
and studios to produce the SONY/PSDMS sound.

The video industry is a 56 billion dollar industry that is in need of


product. When you look at the potential for a product that will be
one of the first feature films to compliment the fast paced
VCR/Stereo Entertainment components, with a musical score that
may have enough merits of its own, you have an amazing potential
for distribution.

The Digital and Disc Industry has proven to be the future standard
for recording and playing. Because of the relative newness of the
digital format, there are more people who have yet to experience
the digital sound. With the high exposure that will come from this
project, this could be the first time ever people hear digital. How
many people? 1 - 10 - 50 - 100 million?

What will be their first reaction? I need to buv a Disc Plaver!

Who's name will they think of first? SONYIPSDMS!

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Bongiovi and Evans at Power Station have developed a
revolutionary hybrid mixing console to penetrate the video post
production market. This console was developed to enable
engineers to produce high quality audio tracks for the film industry
as well as the recording industry. This new console utilizes an
automation system that can be used by both industries. This new
console is especially atractive to the film industry, as it will greatly
reduce production costs since mixing costs in a recording studio
are much less. At present the console that is being used is a
bastardized system that utilizes components from many different
pieces of equipment, from a number of different companies, of

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which Sony is one. Because we already have a working model of


this console, it would take very little time for a finished product to
be manufactured that could carry the SONY name.

The other piece of equipment that is essential to the PSDMS


process, is the box that enables the laser disc to automatically
read the synchronization track encoded on the film. This piece of
equipment can be produced at an extremely low cost. It is this
low cost and the fact that the theatres will not have to replace their
present projectors that make digital movie sound a reality in 1988.

We feel that with consumers demanding the same quality audio at


theatres, as they have become accustomed to with their home
entertainment systems, theatre owners will have little problem
investing the nominal amount of dollars involved, to upgrade their
theatres for digital audio. This investment could be as low as
$1000. With the cost being so low, the distribution company may
want to consider bearing the burden of this cost, if the theatre
owners agree to show Bongiovi's next three films.

FINANCIAL STRUCTURE
SONY will commit four million dollars for the production of
Bongiovi's film to be released in 1988.

We would like SONY to commit fifteen million for three to four


future products that will follow the same format as the first, so that
Bongiovi and SONY will position themselves as the pioneer and
leaders in the industry. This will not allow competition to gain
access to the marketplace until we are all firmly situated and
profitable.

Sony will only pay for expenses to produce 60 second spots.


Tony and Power Station will utilize any and all services to help
produce the spot and will allow reimbursement for only true costs
with no mark up including all of Tony's time which will be free.

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Power Station and Power Productions I will receive a negotiated


percentage from all revenues generated from the merchandizing
campaign of the SONY/POWER STATION products and the sale
that may result to other film studios utilizing Sony/POWER
STATION equipment in the PSDMS System.

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VCR, Stereo, Etc. that is top of the line to help during the
production of the film.

The purpose of the above and all aspects of this Proposal is to let
the separate entities involved maximize their profits for their
respective talents; Bongiovi in film and music production and Sony
in manufacturing and distribution of equipment and merchandise
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I THE MIGHTY YEN AND FIERCE COMPETITION ARE FORCING IT INTO NEW MARKETS

here he is, sitting on the floor of the spark that has made the company radios. I t also has come to signify the
his office with three remote con- synonymous with the success of postwar international orientation among so many
trols in his hand, listening to a Japan: innovation, shrewd marketing, mightjly successful Japanese companies.
Beethoven symphony a t high volume. and quality. As executives repeatedly Some 70% of Sony's sales come from
He recorded the symphony from a dash in for consultations, Morita patient- 1 outside Japan.
broadcast of a recent Vienna Philhar- ly explains why one set of speakers he's ~ D DOWN.E Recently, though, Sony
monic concert in Tokyo, and now he's checking out doesn't quite have the Sony has become one of the most visible sym-
putting the tape to good use. As much sound. bols of trouble in Japan. Like other Jap
as he likes music, Akio Morita likes try- Sony. The very name speaks volumes anese companies in businesses ranging
I ing out new stereo gear even better. about the company. It comes not from a from autos and steel to electronics and
Morita is 66, and the last flecks of Japanese word that foreigners might computers, Sony's world has been
black long ago vanished from his silver find W u l t to pronounce, but from turned upside down. The dramatic rise
I hair. Although he's spending less time
@ these days in his cluttered, wood-paneled
sonus, the Latin word for sound, fine
tuned for Japanese tongues. The name
of the yen has cramped its ability to
compete in export markets. Protectionist
chairman's office a t Sony Corp., it's
" clear symbolizes the company's origins in its sentiment is growing in the U. S. and
that Morita still provides much of pioneering tape recorders and transistor
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back like never before. Far East compet-


itors, such as Taiwan and South Korea,
are exploiting their lower costs, and
U. S. and European companies are
achieving efficiency gains and improve-
ments in quality.
The high yen--endaka in Japanese-
is slamming the nation's exporters two
ways. Foreign competitors with costs d e
nominated in dollars or French francs
have more room to undercut Japanese
companies on prices, and a dollar's
worth of sales is worth less in yen. Mea-
sured in dollars, Sony's U. S. sales rose
24% last year. Measured in yen, they
were down 11%. "The falling dollar has
produced a nearly 50% tax on us," com-
plains Morita.
Overall, the numbers tell a disappoint-
ing story. Worldwide sales slipped ?%, to
$82 billion, in the fiscal year that ended
last October, while earnings from opera-
tions fell a stunning 75%. Earnings de-
clined another 56% for the five months
ended in March from a year earlier.
Archrival Matsushita Electric Industrial
Co., by contrast, endured a more man-
ageable 44% drop in operating earnings
last year.
For Sony, endaka is like a drought
that follows a plague of locusts. The
challenges facing Morita and his hand-
picked president, former opera singer
Norio Ohga, have become even more
daunting than they already were.
BETA ~ O C K Competition
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electronics is brutal. After coming up ...ERODES EARNINGS.. .
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with such hits as W i n TVS and
Wallanan tape players, Sony watched
the hottest market of the 1980s,pass it
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And the rising quality of competitors'
products has narrowed the advantage L J
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build a successful advertising campaign
around the simple phrase: "It's a Sony." says. To reduce its vulnerability to fluc- high. The company's push into noncon-
To make matters worse, some of the tuations in the yen and to become more sumer areas, such as computers and im- g
most troublesome competitors are in responsive to its customers, Sony is ex- age processing, has been such tough go- 3
South Korea or other Asian countries panding its substantial manufacturing ing that Sony will not meet its timetable g
where costs are lower. operations overseas. And Sony clings al- for diversification. d
Sony has fought back. Shortly after most defiantly to one. of the company's Other changes Could be even more
becoming president in 1982, Ohga set a most distinguishing characteristics: a re- traumatic. In some areas, Sony is aban- $
goal of reducing Sony's dependence on
consumer electrbnics by getting 50% of
search and development budget that
amounts to about Wo of sales. Rival Mat-
doning its time-honored, go-it-alone phi-
losophy. It is sharing its technology with 2
sales from nonconsumer products by susfiita spends only 4%. other companies, for example, in an ef- 8
1990, compared with 15% a t the time. Even for a company as innovative as fort to create industry standards for e
Ohga has also served notice that execu- Sony, the changes are not coming easily. new products and to avoid another Beta- $
tives a t Sony factories must cut manu- "Our people are working very hard," max. Sony is also becoming more of a k
facturing costs beyond the 10% annual says Morita. And all 'that hard work is street fighter. It is pushing harder for
reductions of recent years. 'We need carrying Sony into some unfamiliar ter- larger shares of the markets for prod-
quantum leaps in cost reduction," he ritory, where the risk of missteps is ucts, even if it means paring profit mar- 3
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the company has avoided any serious


damage from the cross-fire between To-
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pany, which has 701 employees, is one


among a host of small regional s& chief are legion. Even though Congress
brewers in Japan. Morita & Co. also in April rejected a oneyear ban on the
makes miso, a fermented soybean ultrahigh-fidelity digital tape recorders
paste used in soups and sauces, and recently introduced in Japan, legislators
shogu, or soy sauce. Under the man- are likely to accomplish the same objec-
agement of Kyueaemon Morita, the tive by other means. Congress is daw-
business provided a comfortable life dling over legislation to require that the
for his son Akio and three other chil- new products be equipped with devices
dren in Nagoya, an industrial city 224 that prevent them from duplicating
m i southwest of Tokyo. tapes or records, a provision sought by
As the eldest son, Akio was expected the recording industry. Richard L.
to take over Morita & Co. Instead, af- Sharp, president of Circuit City Stores
ter World War 11, Morita, then 25, Inc., isn't expecting digital tape ma-
threw in his lot with business novices chines to be in his stores for a t least a
Masaru Ibuka and Tamon Maeda to year, as Sony and other manufacturers
start Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo, or Tokyo await a clear reading on the legislation.
Telecommunications Engineering Co. Despite Sony's woes, Morita is as ea-
Unable to get a bank loan for their ger and enthusiastic as ever. He man-
struggling company, the trio turned to ages to sound upbeat about both the
Akio's father, who repeatedly provided company's functional-looking, high-per-
money through Morita & Co. in return formance Profeel Pro TV,which is sell-
for stoek in the new venture. ing well, and the 8mm handheld video
AT worn r e ~ o ~ ~ TaK evolved into camera, which is struggling. "This year
Sony. And Morita & Co., with Akio's we will recover our profits, and next
brother Kuzuaki a t the helm, has seen year will be a much better year," he
some modest transformations of its says. Most analysts agree that Sony has
a t least halted the slide that has

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ers, and by the time he left for Berlin to


study voice, Morita signed him on as a
consultant. After rebuffing several en-
treaties by Morita to forsake his opera
career for a full-time position at Sony,
Ohga finally relented in 1959. Before b e
ing named president, however, he served
a 23-year apprenticeship that included
running Sony's tape recorder division
and a record company joint venture with
CBS Inc.
ow THE STUMP. Ohga's growing author-
ity allows Morita more freedom for the
ambassadorial role he loves so much. He
spends about a third of his time a t Sony
these days. The rest is devoted to trips
overseas for such things as speechmak-
ing or promoting his book, Made in Ja-
pan, and to his ceremonial functions in
Japan. Last year he became a vice-chair-
man of Keidanren, the Japacese federa-
tion of economic organizations.
For all his outside activities, Morita
still makes sure he gets involved in the
crucial decisions a t Sony. When it came
time to price the portable compact disk
player, for example, Morita decreed that
it be priced a t less than 50,000 yen,
about $200 a t the time. Even though the
player cost more than that to make then,
Morita correctly anticipated that the low
price eventually would generate enough
sales to provide the volume production
that would trigger economies of scale--
and profits. The episode shows how
Sony is now pursuing market share
more diligently. I t is also an example of
how Sony is responding to its experience
with Betamax, the world's first home
videorecorder. This high-profile product
laid bare the company's strengths and
its weaknesses.
As conceived, Betamax was a classic-
iflustration of Sony's founding philoso-
phy of looking for new markets where
bigger, wellestablished companies were
not a threat. The company correctly
foresaw the immense latent demand for
a machine that could make and play
back home videotapes. But then it ceded
the market to others by refusing to yield
when the VHS format, -first developed by
Victor Co. of Japan, provided longer r e
cording times and gradually became the
industry standard. Sony still insists that
its Beta recorders provide a superior pic-
ture. But a shrinking number of custom-
ers-currently about 5% of all buyers-
are buying Beta.
MlDuFe CRISIS? Some analysts think Be-
tamax goes a long way toward explain-
ing the new directions a t Sony. "The
Beta experience was so searing, so
threatening, that it forced a major revi-
sion in the way the company positions
itself," says James C. Abegglen, a To-
kyo-based management consultant. One
example: Sony has relaxed its tradition
of sticking to the expensive, high-profit
end of the market by coming out with a
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ing," says Neil Vander Dussen, presi-


dent of Sony Corp. of America.
The efforts in the U. S. and around
the world are producing some pieces of
Sony's vision of the future. Sony was
the first Japanese company with a pow-
erful 32-bit desktop computer, which is
the heart of its engineering workstation.
It has quickly become a major producer
of full-feature telephones in Japan. Sony
also has taken the lead with the 3%-in.
floppy disks and drives that are bidding
to replace 5%-in. disks as standard
equipment on computers.
Perhaps the most impressive marriage
of video with the computer is what Sony
calls interactive video. Sterling Drug
Inc.'s Winthrop Pharmaceuticals unit
uses a van with a customcrafted version
to provide simulated demonstrations of
how its products work. The system lets
a doctor "treat" a patient with heart
failure. The doctor sees his patient going
to the emergency room, while the sys-
tem provides the patient's case history
one of the reasons and vital signs. The patient's recovery
depends on the doctor's response to on-
screen questions and choices.

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a strong yen. Even though having large against the dollar since September, 1985, Such a move would send a strong sig-
overseas sales makes Sony more vulner- Sony was able to raise prices only about nal that Sony has reached a new, more
able than most Japanese industrials, it is 15% in the U. S. mature phase of development after rid-
already among the most international of Moving plants overseas is only the ing the crest of Japan's postwar econom-
companies. Foreigners own 23% of its first step. The more difficult task will be ic miracle. In essence, Sony's tradition of
stock, which is traded on 23 exchanges to integrate planning and research and searching for gaps is another way of
around the world. Sony also moved early design internationally, too. But if an in- seeking market niches-a classic ap-
and fast into local manufacturing. It ternational staff is any measure, Sony is proach for young companies. To keep
makes TV sets in Bridgend, Wales, as well along in the integration process. Of growing, bigger companies must also
well as in San Diego. It makes compact 7,000 employees in the U. S., for exam- learn to defend their existing markets
disks in Terre Haute, Ind., and in Salz- ple, only 150 are Japanese. Sony, virtual- while broadening their product line.
burg, Austria. All told, 20% of Sony's ly alone among Japanese companies, has Mastering new skills is never easy. But
manufacturing is overseas. It aims to stuck to a policy of giving the top job in Morita, now an inveterate skier, didn't
increase that to 35% by 1990. Such glob- its foreign operations to a local national. even try the slopes until he was 60.
alization will help Sony earn its revenues Before long, it may become the first ma- There's no reason Sony can't accomplish
and pay its bills in the same currency, jor Japanese company to name a for- a similar feat in the business world.
rather than paying workers in yen and eigner as a director. A leading candidate By Larry Armstrong i n Tokyo, with
logging sales in a depreciating dollar. is Jack Schmuckli, the head of Sony's Christopher Power and G. David Wallace
While the yen was appreciating 50% European operations. in New York

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lion of the 27 million Walkrnans it has
made, prices run from a plain-vanilla ,
playback-only model for $32 to a
souped-up $449.95 version that boasts
tapedeckquality sound and records as
well as plays.
Sony has used its image as a technol-
ogy leader to gain a hammerlock on
the lucrative premium end of the mar-
ket. Walkman is the only portable ste
reo offered by the tony L. L. Bean mt-
alog. Emphasizing that it is "made by
Sony in Japan, like 'Mercedes Benz,
made in Germany"' gives Walkman
"intangible added value," says Ohsone,
now audio group director.
p u n n o FOR KEEPS. All Walkman
products are manufactured in Japan.
And despite the soaring yen, Walkman
production is the exception to Sony's
strategy to move more production
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Sony continues to dominate the $1.3
Sony, the two most frustrating billion buslness with a 30% share of made money on the $432 million worth
are how to deal with copycat personal tape players sold worldwide. of Waikmans it sold last year. One rea-
competitors and how to mute the im- The reason: "It has been more inven- son: a decision four years ago to create
p a d of the rising yen on manufadur tive than the others," says stock ana- a low-price model specifically for the
ing costs. But Sony has shown it can lyst Alan BeU of Salomon Brothers U. S. That forced Sony to automate
rise to the challenge. Its experience Asia Ltd. Walkman firsts include production drastically and design a
with the Walkman is proof of that Dolby noise reduction in 1982 and a new model that cut more than 90% off
After Walkman's debut in July, 1979, rechargeable battery in 1986. production costs partly by integrating
Sony was not about to bask in the new Sony's inventiveness shows in more the playing mechanism onto the printi
product's almost instant success. With- than technology. To keep Walkman ed circuit board. The basic $32 Walk-
in months, Sony audio engineer Kozo fresh and to make it appealing to more man has become Sony's bestiselling
Ohsone was heading a team trying to customers, Sony churns out new mod- model in the U. S.
come up with a better Walkman. Oh- els to suit virtually every taste and Analysts think Walkman's go-go
sone carved a block of wood that was wallet. So far it has introduced about gears are coming to an end. But Sony
25% smaller than the okiginal design 100. Headed for the beach? Take the disagrees. "Of the 4 billion people in
and gave it to his engineers as a model. solar-powered, waterproof Walkman. the world, we estimate we could reach
The engineers grumbled, but they Tennis, anyone? Here's an ultralight 600 million," says Ohsone. That may be
buckled down. By February, 1981, radio-only model that attaches to a an overstatement But then, as long as
Sony was shipping thousands of Walk- sweatband. Want concertihall sound? Sony keeps gripding out new versions,
mans that were smaller, sounded betr Slip on the oversize headphones of a there seems to be no shortage of peo-
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STATISTICS FOR SONY DEAL

1. Power Station
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I. Bon Jovi Tony's creation -
1% $1 Million in 1987 in Revenues

a. Format
b. Mixing

Sold 9 million albums in 6 months

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2. Power Station Hiah Tech Award Last 4 Years -
Best in World By Peers!

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3. 4 5 Grammys in 1987 Recorded there Steve Winwood
Others: Jagger,, B. Joel, Springsteen, Diana Ross, Madonna,
J. Lennon, on and on.

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4. Only mix board that will mix albums/video's

Sell to all recording and film studios $300,000 - $500,000 per


console.

5. Sony spends 9% of gross revenue on R & D


9% of billions 2 = $180,000,000

6. Put Sony 5 years ahead of strategic plan

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First time to hear for how many?

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Filmpideo

1. 23,000 theaters to sell system

2. First will sell movie and video

Add French Lick

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$270,000,000 +
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Visa Demonstration $2 Million - $6 Million

Pepsi Paid $8,000,000 60 Second in front of "Top Gun" video.

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Power Station Beach Line

In movie, free by original designer and owner - "Hana Ten" swim wear
Power Station Electronics Line/Sony

Best recording in world - is it good?


Beach Accessories

Promotion in movie, video, N


Sell all of above

Video - Mail Order, Stores


VI. Sony

I. Needs help

a. Low profits
b. Beta Bust

2. Best name electronics Manufacture

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3. Film and video distribution (new)

4. Willing to work together

a. Share tech

b. Joint venture
c. Horizontal distribution
5. Horror Elements and PIS name already international

Deal would involve:

I. Retail electronics division

2. Professional electronic

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Deal worth 100,000,000 Now??

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1% Marcia Sony give 4 million

Raise 15 Million

Call Head of video distribution

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Kodak
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Beyond the Bijou


SOPHISTICATED FILM TECHNOLOGIES
AND FUTURISTIC FORMATS ARE REDEFINING
THE NATURE OF COHTEMPORARY MOVIE THEATERS.

BY JIM PETTIGREW JR.

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by incompatibility, there is one inter-
est which most of us have in common -
The film also brought fresh attention
to the large-frame 70mm format. This
expensive but vastly superior process
a passion for the movies. And this love had been used in earlier landmark
of the cinematic fantasy world shows no movies (Lawrence of Arabia, Patron)
signs of dissipating. Different trends but had fallen out of favor in Hollywood.
may appear, such as the VCR explosion, With a new audio standard established
but upon examining the world of con- by the Lucas blockbuster, the cinema in-
temporary cinema, one fact becomes dustry moved into the 1980s - and a
readily apparent - the movies are not whole, new set of business realities,
going away. Neither, according to indus-
try leaders, are those esteemed hideouts
of escapism - the theaters.
Though movie theaters are here to
stay, there is a great deal of debate cur-
rently going on inside the showcase, or
exhibition end, of the film world. Some
of it concerns topics such as changing
image, and a considerable amount of the
debate relates directly to technology.
The path of events that set the stage for
this situation contains a number of key
elements.
Beginning in the early 1970s. the
movie-theater industry in the U.S.
slowly slipped into what may be called a
technical rut. There were tremendous ad-
vances in home-audio technology, but
the exhibition business did not really
keep up.
There was also a trend toward "multi-
plex" cinema facilities - not an inher-
ently weak mpketing idea - but their
early manifestation didn't prove tenibly
successful. The first multicinemas were coupled with a feverishly expanding Fromthtprojtcbknroomtothcbox
cramped, had very small screens, and foreground of technological develop oflke, technology is IntWating
ambient sound many times bled over ments. the d m house. Developed by
from next door. Clearly, the industry had to adapt and Douglas Tnrmbull, opposite, Showscan@,
In the spring of 1977, George Lucas change. The situation was brought to a equipped with a c o m w e d motion
produced a film that would have a revo- head by the growth of home video, but control system and 70mm fllm, amazed
lutionary. impact on the exhibition indus-
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that trend was only a part of the whole audiences at Expos '85 and '86. Above,
try. It was released to theaters carefully arena. Faced with this challenge, the the- computerized ticketing and central-data
picked for certain technical standards. ater industry began what is now a recog- systems, like thou dewdoped by Pacer
Besides the well-known special effects nizable set of changes to "remainstream" Coqxxaion, are also coming into
and cinematography, Star Wars boasted itself. (The latest studies, incidentally, the pkture.
a soundtrack in Dolbya stereo. It was show a kind of reverse effect from the
played over an advanced audio system home-movie phenomenon; it's actually
filled with new designs, including a sending patrons back to theaters, seeking
"subwoofer" that favorite titles in full-blown film environ-
ments.)

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