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MN.B.R.T. Radio with Robert W. Morgan

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Join Elusive1 & Evie as they welcome Robert W. Morgan to the show Robert W. Morgan entered the film business sideways. As the director to the 7 month-long 1974 American Yeti Expeditions as cosponsored through the National Wildlife Federation and supported by the 17-member Science Advisory Board of the American Anthropological Research Foundation, he appeared as himself for the televised Smithsonian series Monsters: Myth or Mystery and a Bostonian Films feature-length docudrama. Much of his unprecedented successes resulted from the advice and counsel of Native American elders who shared their legends as recounted in his nonfiction work, The Soul Snatchers as published by Pine Winds Press. The nationwide publicity surrounding Morgan’s adventures attracted the attention of Bill Grefe, the president of Miami’s Ivan Tors Studios (Sea Hunt, Gentle Ben, Flipper, etc.). Robert provided Grefe with outlines to his future adventures in a film proposal entitled In Search of the World’s Mysteries that evolved into Leonard Nimoy’s popular TV series In Search Of …. Grefe encouraged Morgan to study screenwriting by working as a crewmember and a bit player in the feature film Impulse with William Shatner and Goldfinger’s famous Harold Oddjob Sakata

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