Production Credits

DAVID GEST
PRODUCTION CREDITS

  • DAVID GEST’S LEGENDS OF SOUL SPECTACULAR TOUR

    UK TOUR (JANUARY – FEBRUARY 2013 VARIOUS CITIES THROUGHOUT THE UK) (HOST & PRODUCER)
    Starring David Gest, Peabo Bryson, GC Cameron, Sheila Ferguson, Eddie Floyd, Brenda Holloway, Dorothy Moore, Billy Paul, Martha Reeves, Shirley Alston Reeves, Percy Sledge, Candi Staton, Russell Thompkins, Jr., Martha Wash, Kim Weston & Deniece Williams.

  • MICHAEL JACKSON: THE LIFE OF AN ICON

    (Universal Pictures Worldwide Release 2011) (PRODUCER & NARRATOR) (DVD & TV)
    Katherine Jackson, Tito Jackson, Rebbie Jackson And More Than Fifty Friends, Peers And Associates Of Michael Jackson Reveal The Man Behind The Mirror On Producer David Gest’s Groundbreaking DVD & Television Special ‘Michael Jackson: The Life Of An Icon’.

    Producer and UK Television Star David Gest has shown the world ‘Michael Jackson as he’s never been seen before’ in his groundbreaking new, ‘Michael Jackson: The Life Of An Icon’ two-and-a-half hour documentary. As a best friend of Jackson’s from childhood, Gest has had unprecedented access to the ‘King of Pop’s’ family members, closest allies and coworkers – many of whom have gone on record to talk about Jackson’s life for the very first time.

    In the most definitive portrait of the star ever created, Gest has pieced together the most important facts about Jackson’s life based on brand new first-hand accounts he has recently filmed with the people who knew the star best including those Michael loved, trusted and respected the most. This is no fluff piece. From Jackson’s idiosyncrasies and addictions, to the high points of the most celebrated artist of all time, the story unravels in a most unique and fascinating way. In addition to celebrating Jackson’s many achievements as the biggest selling artist of all-time, ‘Michael Jackson: The Life Of An Icon’ will finally put to rest some of the speculation surrounding the darker side of the star’s life, dispelling accusations, falsehoods and lies about Jackson.

    The special delves into Jackson’s obsession with his appearance, desire to follow in the footsteps of Smokey Robinson and Berry Gordy, Jr. as businessmen, his first sexual experience with a well-known older woman at a young age, the terror he went through when his hair caught on fire whilst filming a commercial for Pepsi, the tragedies that followed in later life including Michael’s dependencies on pills as well as his hostility towards those who were disloyal to him. The special also looks into his relationships with Debbie Rowe and Lisa Marie Presley and the various doctors who treated him throughout his life.

    Also included in the show is rare, in-studio and live television performance footage of
    Michael Jackson and the Jackson 5 as well as unforgettable original music from the Motown period by Michael, the Jackson 5 and other artists who Jackson respected and was influenced by. The soundtrack includes more than twenty-one classic tunes.

    In addition to interviews with family members Katherine Jackson, Tito Jackson and Rebbie Jackson, ‘Michael Jackson: The Life Of An Icon’ includes exclusive interviews with: Smokey Robinson (Legendary Motown Recording Artist & Songwriter as well as Former Vice-President of Motown), Dionne Warwick (Legendary Recording Artist), Whitney Houston (Legendary Recording Artist & Actress), Thomas Mesereau (Michael’s Attorney at his sensational molestation trial in 2005), Frank Cascio (Michael Jackson’s assistant, long-time friend and un-indicted co-conspirator at Michael’s second trial for child molestation), Percy Sledge (Legendary Soul Singer, ‘When A Man Loves A Woman’), Petula Clark (Legendary UK Singer, ‘Downtown’), Paul Anka (Legendary Singer & Songwriter, ‘This Is It’ and ‘My Way’), Dennis Edwards (Grammy-Award winning lead singer of The Temptations on ‘Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone’ and ‘I Can’t Get Next To You’), Jimmy Ruffin (Legendary Motown Recording Artist, ‘What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted?’), Freda Payne (Singer, ‘Band Of Gold’), Legendary Motown Songwriting Team of Brian Holland – Lamont Dozier – Eddie Holland (Responsible for more than 150 hits for the Supremes, Four Tops, Isley Brothers, Kim Weston, etc.), Martha Reeves (Legendary Motown Recording Artist, ‘Dancing In The Street’), Nick Ashford & Valerie Simpson (Legendary Motown Songwriters and Recording Artists), Abdul ‘Duke’ Fakir (Original member of the legendary Motown Recording Group ‘The Four Tops’, ‘I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)’), Ron Alexenberg (Former Vice-President of Epic Records who signed The Jacksons to CBS when they left Motown), Peabo Bryson (Legendary Singer, ‘Beauty And The Beast’, ‘A Whole New World (Alladin’s Theme)’), Eddie Floyd (Stax Records Singer/Songwriter, ‘Knock On Wood’), Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr. (Original Lead Singers of ‘The 5th Dimension’), Kim Weston (Motown Recording Artist), Brenda Holloway (Motown Recording Artist), Don Black (Legendary songwriter, ‘Ben’), Ronnie Rancifer (Member of the Jackson 5 between 1966 and 1976), Bobby Taylor (Lead Singer of ‘Bobby Taylor & The Vancouvers’, discovered the Jackson 5 and produced their first album at Motown), Keith & Ronald Jackson (Michael’s first cousins), Reynaud Jones (Original member of the Jackson 5), Frank DiLeo (Michael’s Manager 1984-1989, 2010), J. Randy Taraborrelli (Close friend and best-selling Biographer of Michael Jackson), Milford Hite & Robert Hite (Milford was an original member of the Jackson 5 and his brother Robert managed them prior to Joe Jackson), Dexter Wansel (Writer and Producer for The Jacksons when they signed to CBS), Russell Thompkins, Jr. (former lead singer of the Stylistics on all their hit records), Mickey Rooney (Legendary Actor), Weldon A McDougal III (Helped discover the Jackson 5, promoted their records on Motown and was the group’s official photographer), Mark Lester (Godfather to Michael’s children and claimant to the possible paternity of one or more of Michael’s children), the songwriting team of Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff (who were responsible for The Jacksons first hits after leaving Motown including ‘Enjoy Yourself’ and ‘Show You The Way To Go’) and Billy Paul (Singer, ‘Me & Mrs Jones’).

    Family matriarch Katherine Jackson, for the first time, opens up intimately about her personal life as well as her relationship with her son Michael. Rebbie Jackson, Michael’s eldest sister, gives a very rare interview and recounts the star’s childhood growing up in Gary, Indiana, as well as his difficulties with father Joe, his extraordinary bond with mother Katherine, and his decline in later years. Gest’s other best friend, Michael’s brother, Tito, provides an in-depth look into Jackson’s history and what his mother and family went through during the sensational molestation trial in 2005. The viewers also witness an emotional side to Tito never before seen on camera.

    Jackson and his brother Tito were Gest’s best men at his 2002 wedding to actress Liza Minnelli. David Gest and Michael Jackson began their friendship in 1969 and more than thirty years later the two formed a successful business venture, World Events LLC, where Gest produced and Jackson starred in the highest rated music television special in history ‘Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration’ on the CBS Network. It was seen in more than 100 countries throughout the world. Gest produced these historic last live concerts of Jackson at Madison Square Garden in 2001 which also featured the last reunion of Michael and his brothers, the Jackson 5.
    According to David Gest, ‘I have tried to show Michael in a truly unique light. I have spent the past fifteen months traveling the world interviewing people who were most important in his life. I believe this popumentary will entertain and educate in equal measures about who the real Michael Jackson was. I hope this will serve as a lasting testament to the compassion and love that he had for all mankind. He was a very complex individual and this special reveals the many different facets of his personality.’

  • DAVID GEST & FRIENDS IN CONCERT

    (MARCH 2011, VARIOUS UK DATES)
    (HOST & PRODUCER)
    Artists performing; Russell Thompkins, Jr. & The New Stylistics, Percy Sledge, Lamont Dozier, Peabo Bryson, Kim Weston, Merry Clayton and Freda Payne.

  • DAVID GEST’S SOUL SPECTACULAR TOUR

    UK TOUR (2010, VARIOUS CITIES THROUGHOUT THE UK) (HOST & PRODUCER)
    Artists performing; The Temptations Review Featuring Dennis Edwards, Russell Thompkins, Jr. and the New Stylistics, Peabo Bryson, Lamont Dozier, Ashford & Simpson, Billy Paul, The Tymes, Freda Payne, Dorothy Moore, Eddie Floyd, Kim Weston, Archie Bell, Martha Reeves, Brenda Holloway, Dee Dee Sharp, Candi Staton, Eddie Holman and Percy Sledge.

  • DIONNE WARWICK LIVE IN CONCERT! AN ALL-STAR LIVERPOOL SALUTE TO THE LEGENDARY DIONNE WARWICK

    PRODUCED BY DAVID GEST AT BRITANNIA ADELPHI HOTEL (MARCH 2010)

    DAVID GEST… MY LIFE! UK TOUR

    (OCTOBER 2009, VARIOUS CITIES THROUGHOUT THE UK)
    Artists performing; The Temptations Review Featuring Dennis Edwards, Russell Thompkins, Jr. & The New Stylistics, Peabo Bryson, Jimmy Ruffin, Candi Staton, Billy Paul, Deniece Williams, Freda Payne, Dorothy Moore, William Bell, Jean Knight, Kim Weston, Ben E. King, Percy Sledge. David was also joined on stage in Cardiff by “his second mother”, Hollywood film superstar Jane Russell.

  • DAVID GEST… MY LIFE! UK TOUR

    (JANUARY 2009, VARIOUS CITIES THROUGHOUT THE UK)
    Artists performing; Russell Thompkins, Jr. & The New Stylistics, Bonnie Tyler, Peabo Bryson,James Ingram, Billy Paul, Freda Payne, Dorothy Moore, Edwin Hawkins Singers, Eddie Holman, Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr.

  • DAVID GEST…MY LIFE!
    MUSICAL CONCERT EXTRAVAGANZA

    (January 2009. Liverpool Philharmonic Hall & IndigO2 ). (PRODUCER & HOST)
    Starring Russell Thompkins, Jr. & The New Stylistics, Bonnie Tyler, Peabo Bryson, James Ingram,Billy Paul, Freda Payne, Dorothy Moore, Edwin Hawkins Singers, Eddie Holman & Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr.
    With The Little People Of Davidland, Chineese Girls With Herpes (Lisa With An ‘S’, Lisetta With An ‘S’ & Lisagna With An ‘S’), Tedd Tickle Dancers & One Heart All Souls Choir.

  • LEGENDS BALL HONOURING WHITNEY HOUSTON HOSTED BY DAVID GEST FOR CAUDWELL CHILDREN’S CHARITY

    (2008)
    Legends included Jane Russell, Patricia Neal, Arlene Dahl, Mickey Rooney, Jane Powell, Carroll Baker, Tippi Hedren, Louis Gossett, Jr., Joan Collins, Sally Ann Howes, Dick Moore and Astronaut Buzz Aldrin

  • DAVID GEST’S NEW YEAR’S WEEKEND ALL-STAR SOUL SPECTACULAR

    ( 28-31 December 2006, Cadogan Hall, London ). (PRODUCER & HOST)
    Starring Russell Thompkins, Jr. & The New Stylistics, Candi Staton, Bonnie Tyler, Peabo Bryson, Billy Paul,
    Freda Payne, Dorothy Moore, Deniece Williams, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas,William Bell & Carl Carlton.

  • DAVID GEST’S ALL-STAR SOUL SPECTACULAR IN LONDON

    (2006) (HOST & PRODUCER)
    Starring David Gest, Russell Thompkins, Jr. & The Stylistics, Deniece Williams, Peabo Bryson, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, Billy Paul, Freda Payne, Bonnie Tyler, Dorothy Moore, Carl Carlton, Candi Staton and William Bell

  • DIONNE WARWICK: 45TH ANNIVERSARY SPECTACULAR AT KODAK THEATER, HOLLYWOOD

    (2006)
    Featured Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight, Burt Bacharach, The Spinners, Olivia Newton-John, Gloria Estefan, Kashif, Smokey Robinson, Richard Carpenter, The O’Jays, Gerald Levert, Candi Staton, Cissy Houston, Della Reese, Edwin Hawkins, Tramaine Hawkins, Walter Hawkins, Donnie McClurkin and more.

  • DAVID GEST’S ALL-STAR HOLIDAY EXTRAVAGANZA AT CANNON THEATER, MEMPHIS

    (2004)
    Featuring The Doobie Brothers, Deborah Cox, Dionne Warwick, Three 6 Mafia, Petula Clark, Jane Russell, Emotions, Mya, Patricia Neal, Lil’ Wyte, Billy Paul, Topol, Jerry Butler, Alex Chilton, Box Tops, Martha Reeves, Gene Chandler, Billy Gilman, Freddie Scott, Freda Payne, Tippi Hedren, Gale Storm, Dorothy Moore, Archie Bell, Mel Carter, Carl Carlton, Barbara Mason, Candi Staton, William Bell, Kim Weston, Robert Osbourne of TCM.

  • NEW YEAR’S EVE GALA. DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY!!!

    (DECEMBER 31 2003. Blaisdell Arena, Honolulu) (PRODUCER)
    Featuring Doobie Brothers Reunited With Michael McDonald, Deborah Cox, Gloria Gaynor, Isaac Hayes, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, Candi Staton, Deniece Williams, James Ingram & Chaka Khan

  • NEW YEAR’S EVE MUSICAL SPECTACULAR, HAWAII

    (DECEMBER 31 2003. Kahala Madarin Oriental, Hawaii) (PRODUCER)
    Featuring Gloria Gaynor, Isaac Hayes, B. J. Thomas, Freda Payne

  • LIZA’S BACK! AT BEACON THEATER, BROADWAY

    (MAY 2003)

  • LIZA’S BACK! AT ROYAL ALBERT HALL

    (MARCH 2003)

  • LIZA MINNELLI’S CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR AT TOWN HALL NEW YORK

    (2002)

  • WKTU 103.5 FM’S MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET CONCERT AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN

    (2002)

  • MICHAEL JACKSON: 30TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

    (2001) (TV) (PRODUCER)
    Number 1 highest rated musical special in television history in America, Australia and 5 other countries throughout the world. Tribute concert featuring The Jackson 5, Marc Anthony, Mary J. Blige, Ray Charles, Deborah Cox, Destiny’s Child, Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott, Gloria Estefan, Gloria Gaynor, Billy Gilman, Whitney Houston, James Ingram, Quincy Jones, Gladys Knight, Lil’ Kim, Lil’ Romeo, Liza Minnelli, Monica, Mya, ‘N Sync, 98º, Jill Scott, Shaggy, Britney Spears, Tamia, 3T, Usher, Luther Vandross, Dionne Warwick, etc. Gest won the prestigious NAACP Image Award for “Best Music Television Special” in 2002 as well as many other awards.

  • WKTU 103.5 FM’S MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET CONCERT AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN

    (2001)
    Annual Christmas concert featuring Amber, Mary J. Blige, Blu Cantrell, Mariah Carey, Kevin Ceballo, Deborah Cox, Craig David, Billy Gilman, Enrique Iglesias, Alicia Keys, Chaka Khan, Christina Milian, Liza Minnelli, Mya, Shaggy, Shakira, Sugar Hill Gang.

  • WKTU 103.5 FM’S MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET CONCERT AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN

    (2000)
    Annual Christmas concert featuring Michael Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Marc Anthony, Toni Braxton, Destiny’s Child, Melanie C, Lara Fabian, Gloria Gaynor, Ricky Martin, Brian McKnight, Debelah Morgan, 98°, Sisqó, Jon Secada, Son By Four, Edwin Starr, Tamia and Deniece Williams

  • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S JAM

    (August 24 2000. At The Home Of David Gest, New York City) (Producer)
    Benefiting The American Cinema Awards Foundation and The Whitney Houston Foundation For Children.
    Hosted by Whitney Houston and David Gest
    A Live Concert Starring: Patti Austin, Little Anthony and The Imperials, Petula Clark, Deborah Cox, James Ingram, Darlene Love, Taj Mahal, Michael McDonald, Stephanie Mills, B. J. Thomas, Tonja Walker-Davidson, Dionne Warwick and Deniece Williams.

  • AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS FOUNDATION AN INTIMATE SUMMER NIGHT WITH HOLLYWOOD’S GREATS & SOOTHING, SIZZLING SOUNDS

    (July 6 2000. The Home Of David Gest, New York City) (PRODUCER)
    Honoring Kevin “She’kspere” Briggs and Robert Osborne.
    Performing live in concert: Patti Austin, Polly Bergen, Petula Clark, Deborah Cox, Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr., James Ingram, Stephanie Mills, Tony Martin, Anita Pointer of The Pointer Sisters, Stefanie Powers, “The Lion King” Jason Raize, B. J.Thomas and Deniece Williams.

  • AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS FOUNDATION AN ALL-STAR SALUTE TO SCOTT SHANNON

    “Distinguished Achievement In Radio”
    ( March 13, 2000. New York Marriott Marquis) (PRODUCER)
    Hosted by David Gest.
    With Performances By Pink, Patti Austin, Gene “The Duke Of Earl” Chandler,Petula Clark, Deborah Cox, Doobie Brothers, The Four Tops, James Ingram, Little Anthony & The Imperials, Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr.,Michael McDonald, Freda Payne, Jimmy Ruffin, RufusThomas, Carla Thomas, Topol (Recreating His Academy Award Nominated Role In “Fiddler On The Roof”) & Deniece Williams.

  • THE CENTER FOR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN HOLIDAY GALA 2000 HONOURING LEGENDARY LADIES OF FILM MUSICALS

    (2000) (PRODUCER)
    Honouring Jane Russell, June Allyson, Ann Blyth, Janet Leigh, Rhonda Fleming, Ann Miller, Patricia Neal, Arlene Dahl

  • WHITNEY HOUSTON’S ALL-STAR HOLIDAY GALA

    (December 4 1999. New York Marriott Marquis) (PRODUCER)
    Hosted By Whitney Houston.
    Honoring Anthony Quinn, Jimmy Webb and Songwriters Rodney Jerkins & Kevin Briggs.
    Also Humanitarian Awards To Amy & Michael McDonald, Tom Poleman, Frankie Blue, Tonja Walker Davidson And Lynne & Bob Kloss.

  • WHITNEY HOUSTON FOUNDATION FOR CHILDREN BENEFITS

    (1998, 1999) (PRODUCER)

  • 4TH INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ARTS AWARDS

    (1998) (PRODUCER)
    Honouring Lauren Bacall, Will Smith, Carole Bayer Sager, David Foster, Peter Asher, Mariah Carey, Roger Moore, Steve Winwood, Roy Lott and William F. Austin

  • ‘THE FOUR TOPS HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME CELEBRATION

    (April 23 1997. Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel) (PRODUCER)
    A Benefit For The Michael Bolton Foundation. Hosted by Robert Wagner. Master of Ceremonies Norm Crosby.
    Special Performances By The Four Tops, Michael Bolton, Edwin Starr, Freda Payne & More.

  • 3RD INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ARTS AWARDS

    (1997) (PRODUCER)
    Honouring Gregory Peck, Jennifer Jones, Celine Dion, Smokey Robinson, Veronique Peck, Songwriter Diane Warren, Chairman & CEO of Elektra Records Sylvia Rhone, President of MCA Music Nashville Tony Brown, Erika Slezak, Dolores Hope, John & Donna Crean.

    Featuring: Shirley Bassey, Michael Bolton, Montserrat Caballé, Montserrat Martí Caballé, Shirley Caesar, Petula Clark, Celine Dion, En Vogue, The Four Tops, Davis Gaines, Robert Goulet, Whitney Houston, Al Jarreau, Chaka Khan, Tony Martin, Johnny Mathis, Julia Migenes, Monica, K. T. Oslin, Smokey Robinson, George Strait, Topol, Dionne Warwick, Deniece Williams, Joe Williams and Trisha Yearwood.

  • ‘A SUMMER NIGHT OF POPS, AN ALL-STAR EVENING HONORING MISS SUSAN LUCCI’

    (1996) (PRODUCER)
    Benefiting the American Cinema Awards Foundation

  • ACAF’S SUMMER NIGHT OF POPS

    (1996)

  • RED BUTTONS “BUTTONS ON BROADWAY”

    (Dec 3 1995. Hyatt Regency, Old Greenwich, Connecticut) (Producer)
    The Hit Broadway Comedy Play Comes To Connecticut.
    A Benefit Performance For The Michael Bolton Foundation.

  • ANTHONY QUINN ART EXHIBIT

    (December 2 1995 – December 4, 1995. Westport Art Center, Connecticut.) (Producer)

  • SIR JOHN MILLS: “A LIFE ON FILM”

    (Dec 2 1995 – Dec 4 1995. Hyatt Regency, Old Greenwich, Connecticut) (Producer)
    His One Man Show Comes To Connecticut
    With A Star-Studded Audience.
    A Benefit Performance For The Michael Bolton Foundation

  • ANTHONY QUINN 80TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

    (April 21 1995. Bel-Air Country Club, Los Angeles) (Producer)
    Hosted by Michael Bolton and David Gest

  • A NIGHT UNDER THE STARS, A SUMMER MUSICAL SPECTACULAR FOR THE MICHAEL BOLTON FOUNDATION

    (1995)
    Featured Petula Clark, Ed Ames, Gene Barry, Little Anthony and the Imperials, Michael McDonald, Ann Miller, Helen Reddy, Deniece Williams, Glenn Yarbrough and Michael Bolton

  • 2ND INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ARTS AWARDS

    (1995) (PRODUCER)
    Honouring Whitney Houston, Gene Autry and Leo Jaffe

  • ‘A NIGHT UNDER THE STARS, A SUMMER MUSICAL SPECTACULAR’

    (1995) (PRODUCER)
    Benefiting The Michael Bolton Foundation

  • 1ST INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ARTS AWARD

    (1994) (PRODUCER)
    Honouring Sir Anthony Hopkins, Sir John Mills, Ginger Rogers, Anthony Quinn, Sir Peter Hall, Dame Diana Rigg, Petula Clark, The 4 Tops

  • 11TH ANNUAL AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS

    (1994) (PRODUCER)
    Honouring Bob Hope, Richard Dreyfuss, Morgan Freeman, Shirley MacLaine & Susan Lucci

  • THE FIELD OF DREAMS AWARDS FOR THE MICHAEL BOLTON FOUNDATION & THE BARRY BONDS FOUNDATION

    (1994) (PRODUCER)
    Honouring Anthony Quinn, Maureen O’Hara, Sid Caesar, Joe DiMaggio, Don lenner, Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds & David Foster

  • A THALIANS SUMMER MUSICAL SPECTACULAR FOR CEDARS-SINAI MEDICAL CENTER IN LOS ANGELES

    (1993) (PRODUCER)

  • AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS FOUNDATION TRIBUTE TO DAVID GEST & BARRY BONDS

    (1993) Award presented to David Gest by Kirk Douglas and three ‘Little Women’: Janet Leigh, Margaret O’Brien and June Allyson

  • 10TH ANNUAL AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS

    (1993) (PRODUCER)
    Honouring Ginger Rogers, Leslie Caron, Sidney Poitier, Anthony Perkins and Clive Davis

  • 9TH ANNUAL AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS

    (1992) (PRODUCER)
    Honouring Frank Sinatra, Whoopi Goldberg & Jack Valenti

  • RED, RED ROSE BACKERS PREVIEWS (FOR WEST END/BROADWAY MUSICAL)

    (1992)

  • MOTION PICTURE & TELEVISION FUND TRIBUTE TO DAVID GEST AT MOTION PICTURE & TELEVISION FUND IN WOODLAND HILLS­

    (31 May 1992 Motion Picture & Television Fund Woodland Hills, California)
    Award Presented To David Gest By: James Stewart, Gene Kelly, Anthony Perkins And Janet Leigh

  • BUDDY EBSEN: AN AMERICAN ORIGINAL, A SURPRISE 84TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

    (20 March 1992 The Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Beverly Hills )

  • DONALD O’CONNOR: AN AMERICAN TREASURE, A 65TH ANNIVERSARY SALUTE

    (1991)

  • ‘DONALD O’CONNOR: AN AMERICAN TREASURE,
    A 65TH ANNIVERSARY SALUTE’

    (1991) (PRODUCER)
    For the American Cinema Awards Foundation

  • 8TH ANNUAL AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS

    (1991) (PRODUCER)
    Honouring Tom Cruise, Jimmy Stewart, Lauren Bacall and Whitney Houston

  • AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS FOUNDATION SENATOR GEORGE MURPHY
    65TH SHOW BUSINESS ANNIVERSARY
    And 88TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

    (Saturday 23 June 1990 The Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Beverly Hills) (PRODUCER)

  • 7TH ANNUAL AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS

    (1989) (PRODUCER)
    Honouring Bette Davis, Clint Eastwood and Julio Iglesias

  • 6TH ANNUAL AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS

    (1988) (PRODUCER)
    Honouring Gene Kelly, Janet Jackson and Shirley Temple

  • THE CAMPIONE D’ITALIA MERIT OF ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

    (1988) (PRODUCER)

  • SOPHIA LOREN BENEFIT FOR THE MIAMI SCHOOL OF MEDICINE’S AIDS RESEARCH PROGRAMME

    (1987, 1988) (PRODUCER)

  • AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS FOUNDATION SUMMER SPECTACULAR AND AUCTION ’87

    (August 22 1987. Beverly Wilshire Hotel,Beverly Hills) (PRODUCER)

    Featuring a reunion for the first time in 20 years of the original cast members of ‘OLIVER!’:
    Ron Moody as “Fagin”, Shani Wallis as “Nancy” and Jack Wild as “The Artful Dodger”. Also performing: Patty Andrews of the Andrews Sisters, Patti Page,
    John Raitt, Gloria Loring, Carl Anderson and Chita Rivera.
    Hosted by Janet Leigh, Louis Gossett, Jr. and Tristan Rogers

  • 5TH ANNUAL AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS

    (1987) (PRODUCER)
    Honouring Michael Jackson, Elizabeth Taylor and Gregory Peck

  • AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS FOUNDATION 3RD ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

    (May 30 1986. Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Beverly Hills) (PRODUCER)
    ‘GOTTA SING, GOTTA DANCE!’
    A Musical Salute to Broadway and Hollywood
    The “BYE BYE BIRDIE” Special Reunion Concert featuring Janet Leigh, Dick Van Dyke, Ann-Margret, Bobby Rydell.
    Also Yvonne De Carlo Recreating Her Role In “FOLLIES” & Nancy Kwan & Keye Luke Recreating Their Roles In “FLOWER DRUM SONG’
    With ASpecial Concert Performance By Robert Goulet.

  • A SALUTE TO THE NIGHTTIME SOAPS

    (April 19 1986. The Royal Princess Trans-Canal Cruise)
    Hosted by David Gest.
    With Special Guests Cesar Romero of “Falcon Crest” and Susan Howard of “Dallas”

  • ACAF’S THANKSGIVING GALA & AUCITON

    (1986)

  • ROYAL PRINCESS CRUISE LINE A SALUTE TO THE NIGHT-TIME SOAPS

    (1986)
    Honouring Cesar Romero and Susan Howard hosted by David Gest

  • 4TH ANNUAL AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS

    (1986) (PRODUCER)
    Honouring Kirk Douglas and Sophia Loren

  • AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS FOUNDATION SILVER SCREEN SALUTE

    (March 16 1985. The Spa Hotel, Palm Springs) (PRODUCER)
    Honoring Joseph Cotten and Francis Lederer.
    Hosted by Rosemary Clooney and Tristan Rogers

  • 3RD ANNUAL AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS

    (1985) (PRODUCER)
    Honouring Roddy McDowall and Deborah Kerr

  • AN EVENING HONOURING JANE WYMAN

    (1985) (PRODUCER)

  • 80TH SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR JOSEPH COTTEN

    (1985)

  • AN EVENING HONOURING SENATOR GEORGE MURPHY

    (1985)

  • 2ND ANNUAL AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS

    (1984) (PRODUCER)
    Honouring Robert Mitchum, Jane Wyman, Robert Preston, Dorothy McGuire

  • AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS FOUNDATION CONCERT AND DINNER

    (October 9 1983. The Palomino, North Hollywood, California) (PRODUCER)
    Hosted by Sally Struthers and Robert Cummings.
    With Shelley Winters, Charlene Tilton, David Soul, Ruby Keeler, Penny “Blondie” Singleton, Cesar Romero, Virginia O’Brien, Brenda Vaccaro, Sybil Jason & More.
    Entertainment provided by Doug Kershaw, David Pack (Lead Singer Of Ambrosia), Bob Urich (The Star Of ‘Vegas’) & Actress Susan Anspach

  • 1ST ANNUAL AMERICAN CINEMA AWARDS

    (1983) (PRODUCER)
    Honouring Joel McCrea, Ruby Keeler, Joseph Cotten, Janet Gaynor, Frances Dee