Posted on May 28, 2016 in News

Hi Everyone,

I just wanted to share a link to this very thoughtful, in-depth article which recently appeared in the highly-respected journal FILM INTERNATIONAL. Written by Illinois Professor Tony Williams, the article goes far beyond discussing just the documentary, explaining Susan Oliver’s place and significance in the Hollywood of her era. As the filmmaker who chronicled her life in THE GREEN GIRL, it was a very reassuring personal reminder as to why it was so important for me to undertake (and complete) thus monumental project. I hope you enjoy it!


Click here to read the article in FILM INTERNATIONAL —>


Susan Oliver in 1960 (Butterfield 8)

Susan Oliver Died 26 Years Ago Today – Long Live The Green Girl!

Posted on May 10, 2016 in News

The world lost Susan Oliver 26 years ago today, when she passed away at the Motion Picture & Television Home in Woodland Hills, California after a valiant 7-month battle with cancer. She was only 58 and would have been 84 if she were still with us today. We’ll never know what amazing work she could have done in those lost years, but I guess it’s a small consolation that we still have such a huge body of work she left behind to watch.

Susan is still literally broadcast around the world on a near-daily basis as so many of her old TV shows and movies appear on more and more new retro TV channels, reminding those who’d grown up with her and forgotten as well as winning her an entirely new generation of fans.

I’m so grateful to have been able to play a tiny part in making sure that she continues to be remembered for her remarkably prolific career. THE GREEN GIRL documentary continues to reach new viewers, slowly but steadily. We don’t have a big advertising budget, but the word of mouth continues to travel, and every day, someone sees her and decides to do a Google search on Susan Oliver, “the amazing blonde actress from that old TV show last night.” And that’s how many of you wind up finding us, and ultimately the documentary.

Thank you for your continued support, and please tell your friends about both Susan and the documentary!


Old Warner Brothers publicity shot for their newest starlet.

1957 Warner Brothers publicity shot for their newest starlet, Susan Oliver