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Hollywood comes to Conroe
Executive producer of "The Return of The Outlaws" Steve Bowen is flanked by producers Chuck Walker, left, and Sam Cable. The movie has been released on DVD. http://www.walkercableinc.com/Walker_Cable_Productions/home.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pq8jrOYsOlA Sam Cable and Chuck Walker began Walker Cable Productions as a moderate budget feature film company, soon going public under the name of MSH Entertainment Corporation in the early nineties. The new entity expanded to include music and television. They produced "Vanpires", a live-action/animated action-adventure series which quickly became the number one syndicated children's show on television.
Their company also produced the last album by the legendary John Entwistle and The Who. As well as other headliners.
In the last several years, Walker and Cable have re-directed their interests to motion pictures, having produced a slate of westerns released by Lionsgate, including " The Man Who Came Back" in which they partnered with developer Stephen Bowen and soap icon, Eric Braeden who portrays the infamous Victor Newman on The Young and the Restless. The movie starred Braeden as well as Academy Award Winner, George Kennedy, Emmy Award Winner Armand Assante, Billy Zane, Sean Young and super model, Carol Alt. The movie was the number one non-theatrical release in the United States for its first six weeks.
Chuck Walker has been involved in the entertainment industry for fifty years, starting out as a dancer, then branching into acting and finally to his current position as writer, producer, director.
As a writer he has optioned more than twenty scripts and has produced and directed more than twenty films, including several distributed by Lionsgate.
Chuck has had the pleasure of seeing some of the giants in the industry in his movies, including Academy Award Winner, George Kennedy, Emmy award winners Eric Braeden and Armand Assante, Billy Zane, Sean Young, Carol Alt, Lorenzo Lamas, and many others.
And if sports fans find the name familiar, Chuck was a member of the most revered Olympic Boxing Team of all time, participating in Montreal in 1976. As a professional light-heavyweight he was rated as high as number four in the world.
Sam Cable worked in education for most of his early life and then began promoting professional boxing, specifically the fights of eventual partner, Chuck Walker. He has been producing with Chuck since 1989 creating and distributing more than twenty films including several handled by Lionsgate.
Sam considers himself the "nuts and bolts" of the Walker Cable Production team, forging strategic relationships with companies and individuals to insure that every dollar spent on his films is apparent in the final product and that every prop, person, location, and camera is utilized to the highest degree of effectiveness.