|Stuart A. Goldman, SGC's principal, was co-founder of the television producing company
Goldman/Taylor Entertainment, New York / Los Angeles, SGC's predecessor. GT launched its
venture as executive producer of “Leona Helmsley: The Queen of Mean", the highly-rated 1990
CBS-TV movie starring Lloyd Bridges and Suzanne Pleshette, who received both Emmy and
Golden Globe nominations for her performance. G/T next created and executive produced the
pioneering reality series “Confessions of Crime” for the Lifetime Television network. G/T also
produced the acclaimed feature documentary “Elvis in Hollywood,” in association with Elvis
Presley Enterprises. Goldman/Taylor then acquired the rights to the Joseph Campbell
Foundation's program library, and became executive producer of the 10-part PBS series, "Joseph
Campbell: Mythos," hosted by Academy Award Winner Susan Sarandon.
In 1996, Stuart Goldman established SGC, The Stuart Goldman Co., to pursue entertainment and
licensing projects on a broader basis. The company's high profile clients included EMI-Capitol
Records, TV Guide, Hearst Magazines, A&E Networks, the History Channel, K-tel Records, Q
Records (QVC), Ketchum Public Relations, Star Banking System, and the Wildlife Conservation
In the early 2000's, SGC focused on sourcing film and TV content for the exploding DVD
market. Examples: "The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin," the Hearst Entertainment animation
library, PBS' "Great Museums," "Happy Tree Friends," William Shatner's "Invasion Iowa," the
Jim Varney "Ernest" feature collection, and a series of Troma movie box sets.
Since the advent of digital streaming, SGC has secured digital distribution for a wide mix of
entertainment properties including over 2200 feature films and thousands of TV episodes
including "The Rifleman," "Eye for an Eye," "Hard Hat Harry," "Forensic Files," "Big Comfy
Couch," "Popular Mechanics for Kids," "The Real McCoys," "Giving Nature a Voice," and
In addition, SGC has produced television documentaries including "Becoming Barack," the story
of President Obama's career before politics, and "Elvis Home Movies," featuring lost footage of
the entertainer from the summer of 1956.
David M. Fox, consultant
Arnold H. Bruck, consultant
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