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Aug 8, 1984 'Battlefield Earth' is theme of artists' logo competition — St. Louis West County Herald More: link
St. Louis West County Herald
A judges' panel of motion picture professionals has been chosen to select the winners of a nation-wide "Battlefield Earth" logo design contest for student and amateur artists. The contest offers a grand prize of $1,000 and possible screen credit on two upcoming movies from Hollywood - Salem Productions' back-to-back theatrical film versions of L. Ron Hubbard's science fiction bestseller of alien invasion and conquest, "Battlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000." The judges' panel for the logo competition - open ...
Jul 26, 1984 Area actors may get top movie roles — Rocky Mountain News (Denver, Colorado) More: link
Rocky Mountain News (Denver, Colorado)
There's a good chance that local actors will play at least one of the lead roles in two $20 million science-fiction movies based on L. Ron Hubbard's best-selling novel "Battlefield Earth." At least that's the word from press agent Ed Margulies, who said first-round auditions for the roles of Jonnie and Chrissy have been narrowed from 350 actors and actresses to five — four from the Denver area and one from Dallas. Marque Gritta, 25, and Dan Shadwell, 22, both of ...
Jul 20, 1984 Colorado sites sought for sci-fi films — Rocky Mountain News (Denver, Colorado)
Jul 18, 1984 Public forum: Hubbard more than commander — Headlight Herald (Portland, Oregon)
May 10, 1984 'Battlefield' promotion — The Hollywood Reporter More: link
The Hollywood Reporter
[Picture / Caption: Big Actor: Ted, a three-story high balloon, has been appearing around Hollywood heralding the production of two films based on L. Ron Hubbard's novel, "Battlefield Earth." Producer William Immerman, left, and director Ken Annakin, right, join in the stunt making.]
When independent producer William Immerman announced months ago he would be filming L. Ron Hubbard's best selling science-fiction saga, "Battlefield Earth," as two back-to-back productions (each costing $20 million), he immediately notified all the science-fiction conventions to start ...
Apr 12, 1984 Polonsky will adapth Hubbard's 'Earth' filming — Daily Variety (Hollywood, California) More: link
Daily Variety (Hollywood, California)
Abe Polonsky, who's spent the last few years in the groves of academe, has been signed by producer Bill Immerman to adapt L. Ron Hubbard's current best-selling "Battlefield Earth," which Ken Annakin will direct. Polonsky, 73, whose career stretches back to his Oscar-nominated screenplay for "Body And Soul" (1947) and whose most recent writing credit was "Monsignor," is working daily with Annakin in breaking down a workable screen design from Hubbard's voluminous intergalactic sci-fi adventure (No. 9 on the New York ...
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