Movie Poster For Razzle Dazzle

Razzle Dazzle is the story of an international gambling lady who found fame and fortune in the casino world of Cuba, amidst political chaos, the mob, Hollywood, and spies. Who was she really?

Screenplay by Pamala L. Hall. Based on the true story of Elaine Townsend.

IMDB page for Razzle Dazzle: The Elaine Townsend Story (opens in new window)
Razzle Dazzle: The Elaine Townsend Story on IMDb.

Click the tag links below to learn more about Elaine, Pamala, and Razzle Dazzle.

Razzle Dazzle Movie Screenwriter Pamala L. Hall Featured in Pop Culture Magazine

An interview with Pamala L. Hall of Lionhawk Productions has been included in an up-and-coming online pop culture publication. Ms Hall is the screenwriter for Razzle Dazzle: The Elaine Townsend Story – the upcoming movie about the original Gambling Lady.

The interview, which appears in the April 2015 issue of Rock Thiz Magazine (page 45), is included in an article written by Michelle Magee.

In the article, Ms. Hall discusses how she became a screenwriter and the topics about which she likes to write, as well as what she believe is most important for a writer to know.

Rock Thiz Magazine April 2015 Article About Pamala L. Hall (opens in new window)Click image to read Rock Thiz Magazine article about Pamala L. Hall on page 45 (opens in new window)

Stay tuned for more info about Pamala Hall, Razzle Dazzle, and Elaine Townsend.

IMDb Adds Listing for Razzle Dazzle: The Elaine Townsend Story

IMDB page for Razzle Dazzle: The Elaine Townsend Story (opens in new window)Another step has been taken along the path to production for the movie about the life of Elaine Townsend.

The Internet’s most popular website for all things related to movies and television, IMDb, has added a page for the movie script to be written by Pamala L. Hall about the original Gambling Lady, Elaine Townsend. The working title of the production is Razzle Dazzle: The Elaine Townsend Story.

Pamala L. Hall of LionHawk Productions
Pamala L. Hall of LionHawk Productions
The production company listed on the IMDb page is Ms. Hall’s LionHawk Productions, which is actively involved in several exciting projects and with many Hollywood insiders.

For more information about Pamala Hall, read this article from Bullz Eye Entertainment on the PRLog website: Inspiring Screenwriter Pamala Hall Entices The Industry With Her Talent & Exciting New Film Project

As production details about the movie become available, the IMDb page for Razzle Dazzle: The Elaine Townsend Story will be the primary location to read them.

Screenplay About The Life of Elaine Townsend To Be Written by Pamala L. Hall

Gambling Ladies is pleased to announce it has recently completed an agreement with Lionhawk Productions to write a screenplay based on the true life story of Elaine Townsend. The script will be written by noted scriptwriter Pamala L. Hall, who has developed dozens of projects for film, television and theater.

Read Script Treatment by Pamala L. Hall (opens in new window)

The working title for the film is Razzle Dazzle, which is quite appropriate for a story about the original Gambling Lady, who rubbed shoulders and conducted business in the post-World War II era with a ensemble of famous personalities that included Hollywood stars, politicians, underworld figures, and Castro-era revolutionaries.

Read Script Treatment by Pamala L. Hall (opens in new window)

If ever there was a real-life story that should be made into a movie, Elaine Townsend lived that life. In fact, a movie was being developed by Hollywood producer Wolfgang Reinhardt in 1950, but production was mysteriously halted before the film was made.

Elaine TownsendThe unknown reason for halting production after Lucille Ball had already agreed to play the starring role is just one of the many fascinating aspects of the mysterious and adventurous life of Elaine Townsend, the glamorous woman who was born Margaret Helgeson in Wyoming, changed her name and made her first foray into business in Hawaii in the days before and after the attack on Pearl Harbor, and then eventually ran the casino concession at the Grand Casino Nacional in Havana just prior to the revolution.

We will keep you posted about further developments with this exciting project inspired by Elaine Townsend, so check back soon. Until then, you can read the film script treatment by Pamala L. Hall (opens in new window)