CHASE MASTERSON
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Biographical Data

Chase Masterson is often sought by producers and agents to assist with their projects. She has such a diverse background in all areas of entertainment that she is an ideal choice for many varried entertainment projects.

This is a selected list of the projects Chase has worked on or currently has in development.

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Vendetta Vette (2015)...
Valerie Brooks has it all. She's a high-powered business executive, she lives in a luxury penthouse apartment, she has men falling at her feet. What does the woman who has it all do for fun? She leads a double-life as a crime-fighter-for-hire, as Vendetta Vette. Espionage, sabotage, blackmail, kidnappings ; that's Vendetta Vette's idea of a good night out. She enjoys nothing more that to put her life on the line, with only her wits, her high-tech gadgets, her team and The Vendetta Vette Corvette to protect her... But she's not the only one playing a secret identity game. After all, she wouldn't be a heroine without her arch-enemy Warrant . Valerie Brooks aka Vendetta Vette.
Unbelievable!!!!! (2013)...
Unbelievable!!!!!, the film, is an homage and parody of B-rated Science Fiction movies of the 1950's and 1960's. The dialogue is intentionally stilted; the acting wooden; the direction and camera work skillfully poor; as are the special effects which are totally amateurish and laughable. As well, the sets, costumes and props are all of makeshift quality. However, the plot is solid and propels the characters through the entire story as though it has a serious intent or statement. Screenplay by Steven L. Fawcette
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Lost Hero: The Search For Dr. Obsidian (2013)...
In 1937, Brazen Pictures - a "poverty row" studio - released the serial DR.OBSIDIAN vs THE SCORPION'S TAIL. Dr. Obsidian was a science-hero, using the best (and sometimes wildly off-base) science of the 1930's to challenge criminals who used superstition and mystery to achieve their crimes.

The smash success led Brazen Pictures to fund a sequel shot overseas in exotic locations. The shooting finished just as WWII broke out in earnest. In an attempt to get the footage back to Hollywood, the films were smuggled onto a missionary ship and sent on a circuitous route back to America.

Unfortunately, the ship was torpedoed by a German submarine, and while no lives were lost (the missionaries were captured and returned to Europe,) the footage was considered forever lost at sea. What happened next is a truly unbelievable story, with bankruptcy, sex scandals, robots, airships, jetpacks, and something of a small miracle.

What nefarious forces are behind this?


The Camel Bookmobile (2012)...
The Camel Bookmobile made its first run almost a decade ago. Three dromedaries trudged through dusty, arid northeastern Kenya near the border with Somalia to bring a library to settlements so tiny and far-flung they'd become nearly invisible; places lacking roads and schools, where most people had never held a book between their hands and where they lived daily with drought, hunger and disease.

Chase has optioned the book for a film project.

The Getaway Guru (2008)... (Host)
Chase filmed a pilot for a travel show, produced by Tony Toscano.

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