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Deluxe VIP Trip to Hollywood Sweepstakes. One winner and a guest will be flown to Hollywood from anywhere in the world. They will travel by a stretch limousine, stay in an Executive Suite at a top Hollywood hotel, taken on a VIP tour of Hollywood and Universal Studios, and also have lunch in the Executive Dining room of a major motion picture and television studio with the Producers of the award-winning independent movie HEART of the BEHOLDER. The winner also gets a $500 travel allowance. But that's just the start.What's your Hollywood dream? Can you imagine this? Meeting the cast of The Simpsons, Visiting the set of Scrubs, House, or ER, playing a corpse on CSI Las Vegas or Miami, seeing LIVE - American Idol or Hell's Kitchen, having lunch with your favorite movie or TV star! If you are our winner, let us know what your fantasy is and we will create an unforgettable Hollywood experience just for you and your guest!
  • 7 Aug 2008
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HEART of the BEHOLDER has has been deemed "too controversial" for the general public. Here at Metacafe you can see HEART of the BEHOLDER for free. We have serialized our movie into short video clips that are easy to watch anytime, anywhere. If you find our movie of interest but don't want to watch it clip at a time, then please buy our Special Collector's Edition DVD at www.Beholder.com
  • 23 Jul 2008
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A hidden video camera was setup to make sure Laura and Paul Tipton were doing their chores. But it wasn't the kids who got into trouble. It was Dad, Ken Tipton, who was busted.For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00.HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder.com
  • 21 Sep 2007
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Laura, Paul, and Patrick Tipton worked as Production Assistants on our family's movie - HEART of the BEHOLDER.Here is some funny home video footage before we lost our video stores and were bankrupted by the National Federation for Decency and the corrupt Prosecutor they had blackmailed.For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00. HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder.com
  • 21 Sep 2007
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It took our Writer/Director, Ken Tipton, over 12 years to get his family's movie made. The best thing about production was having three of his kids come and work as Production Assistants.16 year old Patrick Tipton has always been a big fan of Star Trek - The Next Generation. Having Micheal Dorn, who is "Worf" on STNG, play a role in our family's movie was a genuine pleasure, especially for Patrick.Here is some family home video of Patrick when he was two watching STNG. Whenever it would come on we had to be very quiet during the opening so Pat could get into "trekker" mode.For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00.HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder.com
  • 21 Sep 2007
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Misc - "SPECIAL" Part #4 - HEART of the BEHOLDER was up and down Hollywood development hell for years. A top talent agency finally wanted to make our movie. But they didn't want our writer, Ken Tipton, to direct it because he had no experience. The talent agency challenged us to shoot anything that might show that Ken had any talent for directing. We entered a film festival where you had 48 hours to produce, write, shoot, and edit a short film. We were given the category of "Comedy" and this line of dialogue to use: "You tricked me." We picked a personal story that Ken had used in his stand up comedy routine and rewrote it. We then hired a boy named Taylor Ball from Texas. Taylor was new in Hollywood making his first auditions for pilot season. We didn't finish in time for the film festival. So we polished the short film and let the talent agency view it. They liked it, but not enough to let Ken direct his own script. Ken turned down their meager offer for the screenplay and we moved on. However, the talent agency loved Taylor Ball and signed him. Taylor is now a series regular on the CBS sitcom, "Still Standing". For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00. HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder.com
  • 21 Sep 2007
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Misc - "SPECIAL" Part #3 - HEART of the BEHOLDER was up and down Hollywood development hell for years. A top talent agency finally wanted to make our movie. But they didn't want our writer, Ken Tipton, to direct it because he had no experience. The talent agency challenged us to shoot anything that might show that Ken had any talent for directing. We entered a film festival where you had 48 hours to produce, write, shoot, and edit a short film. We were given the category of "Comedy" and this line of dialogue to use: "You tricked me." We picked a personal story that Ken had used in his stand up comedy routine and rewrote it. We then hired a boy named Taylor Ball from Texas. Taylor was new in Hollywood making his first auditions for pilot season. We didn't finish in time for the film festival. So we polished the short film and let the talent agency view it. They liked it, but not enough to let Ken direct his own script. Ken turned down their meager offer for the screenplay and we moved on. However, the talent agency loved Taylor Ball and signed him. Taylor is now a series regular on the CBS sitcom, "Still Standing". For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00. HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder.com
  • 21 Sep 2007
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Misc - "SPECIAL" Part #2 - HEART of the BEHOLDER was up and down Hollywood development hell for years. A top talent agency finally wanted to make our movie. But they didn't want our writer, Ken Tipton, to direct it because he had no experience. The talent agency challenged us to shoot anything that might show that Ken had any talent for directing. We entered a film festival where you had 48 hours to produce, write, shoot, and edit a short film. We were given the category of "Comedy" and this line of dialogue to use: "You tricked me." We picked a personal story that Ken had used in his stand up comedy routine and rewrote it. We then hired a boy named Taylor Ball from Texas. Taylor was new in Hollywood making his first auditions for pilot season. We didn't finish in time for the film festival. So we polished the short film and let the talent agency view it. They liked it, but not enough to let Ken direct his own script. Ken turned down their meager offer for the screenplay and we moved on. However, the talent agency loved Taylor Ball and signed him. Taylor is now a series regular on the CBS sitcom, "Still Standing". For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00. HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder.com
  • 21 Sep 2007
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Misc - "SPECIAL" Part #1 - HEART of the BEHOLDER was up and down Hollywood development hell for years. A top talent agency finally wanted to make our movie. But they didn't want our writer, Ken Tipton, to direct it because he had no experience. The talent agency challenged us to shoot anything that might show that Ken had any talent for directing. We entered a film festival where you had 48 hours to produce, write, shoot, and edit a short film. We were given the category of "Comedy" and this line of dialogue to use: "You tricked me." We picked a personal story that Ken had used in his standup comedy routine and rewrote it. We then hired a boy named Taylor Ball from Texas. Taylor was new in Hollywood making his first auditions for pilot season. We didn't finish in time for the film festival. So we polished the short film and let the talent agency view it. They liked it, but not enough to let Ken direct his own script. Ken turned down their meager offer for the screenplay and we moved on. However, the talent agency loved Taylor Ball and signed him. Taylor is now a series regular on the CBS sitcom, "Still Standing". For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00. HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder.com
  • 22 Sep 2007
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Behind-the-Scenes - Deleted Scene - After businessman and friend, Bob Harris, played by Greg Germann from "Ally McBeal", personally offers a $5,000 reward on information about the person who threatened the daughter of video store owner Mike Howard (Matt Letscher), Reporter Don Deetz (Jason Wiles) and his cameraman Jerry (Paul Tipton) tape a segment with Mike Howard. Mike uses this time to vent his anger against the apathy of his customers, the loss of backbone from his fellow video store owners, and makes a threat of his own to the man who wants to harm his daughter. NOTE: Although this is a movie scene, the actual footage also follows the scene. For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00. HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder.com
  • 17 Sep 2007
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Behind-the-Scenes - Deleted Scene - Lester, played by Silas Weir Mitchell, leads the Citizens for Decency in a prayer. Silas can be seen as "Haywire", one of the escaped convicts on the Fox TV show "Prison Break". For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00. HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder.com
  • 17 Sep 2007
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Behind-the-Scenes - Herb Humphries Tribute Part #3 - HEART of the BEHOLDER is based on real events and people. The TV reporter in our movie was based on the real St. Louis KMOX-TV Reporter Herb Humphries. Herb is the man who actually set up the prostitution sting that exposed the corrupt Prosecutor. For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00. HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder.com
  • 17 Sep 2007
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Behind-the-Scenes - Herb Humphries Tribute Part #1 - HEART of the BEHOLDER is based on real events and people. The TV reporter in our movie was based on the real St. Louis KMOX-TV Reporter Herb Humphries. Herb is the man who actually set up the prostitution sting that exposed the corrupt Prosecutor. For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00. HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder.com
  • 17 Sep 2007
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Behind-the-Scenes - Deleted Scene - Businessman and friend, Bob Harris, played by Greg Germann from "Ally McBeal", personally offers a $5,000 reward on information about the person who threatened the daughter of video store owner Mike Howard (Matt Letscher). Reporter Don Deetz (Jason Wiles) and his cameraman Jerry (Paul Tipton) record the news report. For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00. HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder.com
  • 17 Sep 2007
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Behind-the-Scenes - Deleted Scene - Reverend Matthew Brewer (John Prosky) and his "Citizens for Decency", protest at the funeral of a murdered gay college student. St. Louis Reporter Don Deetz (Jason Wiles) covers the story. The religious singer is award-winning artist Niki Hornsby who donated several songs to our movie. For you Star Trek fans, the woman to the right of the singer is Susan Sackett. Susan was the assistant to Star Trek's creator - Gene Roddenberry. For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00. HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder.com
  • 17 Sep 2007
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Behind-the-Scenes - Our Writer/Director, Ken Tipton, has been a life long business entrepreneur. Ken and his partners invented and were franchising the first totally robotic stand-alone videocassette rental system called "The Movie Machine". Ken was forced into personal and business bankruptcy due to bogus obscenity charges brought by a corrupt prosecutor who had been blackmailed by a religious censorship group. The "Movie Machine" was also forced into bankruptcy. But there was much more going on behind the scenes. A large national video rental chain not only wanted Ken's Video Library stores, but they also wanted to kill the "Movie Machine" from being franchised across the country and hurting their video rental business. Is it possible that they gave money to a religious censorship group to target smaller video chains out of business? Maybe Reverend Donald Wildmon could answer that question? For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00. HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder.com
  • 16 Sep 2007
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Behind-the-Scenes - Our Writer/Director, Ken Tipton, has been an entrepreneur all his life. His strangest business was an aerial advertising company that used a power hangglider now called and ultralight aircraft. For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00. HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder.com
  • 16 Sep 2007
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