Scott Adlai Stevenson was born in Hollywood, California in 1954. His family spent a few years in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, but the bulk of his childhood was spent in Southern California. At the ripe old age of fifteen, Scott runs away from home. Making his way to the San Francisco Bay area, and soon found his path landing in the beautiful island of Maui, where he falls into a job working on the cult-classic film "Rainbow Bridge" starring Jimi Hendrix. When he was seventeen Scott came up with the ingenious idea to use filmmaking as the cover for his family’s illegal drug smuggling operations the film called “Medina” gets nominated for awards at the prestigious Cannes, New York, and San Francisco film festival’s, He finds himself living with nomadic tribes high up in the Rif mountains of Morocco, making Hashish and importing it to the United States and Europe. He marries his first wife Fatima the Granddaughter of a Berber chieftain. At this point in his life, his odyssey of drug smuggling and high adventure shifted into high gear.
Scott eventually moves to Southeast Asia, where he settled down in Bali Indonesia. He spends many years traveling throughout Indonesia, Singapore, and Thailand. Where he conducted himself as a liaison between powerful high-level government officials, clearing the way for various cartel kingpins and Asian drug lords. With a penchant for exotic women, marry three Indonesian women in his wake, of which two are of Royal lineage, fathering four beautiful children.
Unique traits: I am very persistent and don't give up. I have an amazing story and have been working for more than 15 years with it, So yea you can say one of my best traits is persistence, persistence, and persitance.
scoundrels in Paradise Budget: $100K - $1M | Drama ⋄ Crime It was Morocco's "ARGO" but with Drug, Smugglers Making the Movie. An epic true story based on a family of drug smugglers and their rise and fall. See Los Angeles Times about my story. https://www.latimes.com/entert...l.
Documentary by Warner Brothers director Chuck Wein (Documentary, Drama and Musical) Production assistant Rainbow Bridge description: "Rainbow Bridge is a 1972 film directed by Chuck Wein that features footage from a Jimi Hendrix concert, and a short piece of conversation between Pat Hartley, Wein, and Hendrix. It was mainly financed by Hendrix manager Mike Jeffery, hence his appearance. The film is about Pat Hartley's "spiritual awakening" via a visit to the 'Rainbow Bridge' planetary meditation cult on Maui, where, as part of the proceedings Jimi Hendrix visits to play a concert during a 'Rainbow Bridge' mass meditation/color/sound "experiment". The "Rainbow Bridge" concert was a free concert by Jimi Hendrix that was held on July 30, 1970, in a horse pasture above Seabury Hall, on the "Upcountry" slopes of Haleakala, the volcano that makes up 75% of the island of Maui, Hawaii, although it probably last erupted in the 17th century, it is officially considered as being active. A modest audience of a few hundred island hippies, surfers, and students turned up following announcements that Hendrix would play a free concert for a film. Hendrix was also in Hawaii to play the last concert on his 'Cry of Love' tour with his reformed 'Jimi Hendrix Experience' (with Billy Cox replacing Noel Redding on bass & backing vocals. Mitch Mitchell & Cox were also previously members of Gypsy Sun and Rainbows.
Our film "Medina" directed by Scott Bartlett was so ahead of its time Cannes had no category for it!
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