John Schulte

John Schulte

CEO & Director at PANGEA
Screenwriter, Script Consultant, Author, Director of Development, Creative Executive and Producer

Dana Point, California

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March 2023
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About John

IP Developer, Writer, Consultant, Bon Vivant

John Schulte co-wrote and co-produced "Four Stars" with Garry Marshall and Henderson Productions. He went on to develop and write for "The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" and other children's properties, such as "Zorro: Generation Z," "The New Adventures of Speed Racer," "Biker Mice From Mars," and a host of others. He also conceives, writes, and produces commercials for various toy companies, including Tomy Corp and Bandai America. He is a creative consultant on numerous animated and live action properties, and serves as a concepteur, writer, designer, director, and creative consultant for studios and toy companies. He also develops strategic plans for merchandising and licensing intellectual properties. He is both a mentor and judge for Scriptapalooza and the Scriptapalooza Fellowship. He co-writes with Fred Fox, Jr. and John Besmehn.




  • The Toys That Made Us

    The Toys That Made Us (2017 - 2019)
    Series by Netflix / The Nacelle Company / (Documentary) Creative Consultant The minds behind history's most iconic toy franchises discuss the rise of their billion-dollar creations.

  • Biker Mice From Mars

    Biker Mice From Mars (2006 - 2007)
    Series by Criterion / Rick Ungar, Tom Tataranowicz, Rich Arons Creative Developer Martian Mice, who ride motorcycles, crash land on Earth and help fight against the Catatonians.

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987 - 1996)
    Series by Playmates Toys / SOB Productions (Family) Developer, Writer, Creative Consultant Mutant heroes live in New York sewers and train in martial arts to protect the city from crime.

  • Four Stars

    Four Stars (1986)
    Film by Henderson Productions / Lynda Goodfriend (Comedy) Writer / Co-producer A seasoned prize-winning movie critic must suffer the indignities of sharing theatre space with a substitute critic (the weather girl from Channel 9); despite their difference in age and experience, he falls for her and she falls for him, as they discover there's more between them than popcorn.


  • HollyWeird Film Festival


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