Sarasota, FL (PressExposure) February 11, 2009 -- Sunset Island Group (OTC Pink Sheets: SIGO), announced today that MODA Entertainment has signed Ida Lupino to a long-term agreement for the merchandising and licensing rights to her name and likeness in all categories.
LicenseBox Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of MODA Entertainment, is very excited about the prospects of this signing. Ida Lupino was a Classic Hollywood film actress, director, and a pioneer among women filmmakers. In her forty-eight year career, she appeared in fifty-nine films, and directed nine others. She also appeared in episodic television fifty-eight times and directed fifty other episodes.
The company also is pleased to announce that Bank of America is now offering a collectors edition credit card featuring Humphrey Bogart, another client of MODA Entertainment (http://www.modaentertainment.com/humphrey-bogart-credit-car.html).
ABOUT LICENSEBOX: LICENSBOX a subsidiary of MODA Entertainment, Inc. is a broad-based merchandising and licensing company, which has a particularly strong presence in the Classic Hollywood and Golden Age of Hollywood sectors of the entertainment market. Key clients in this category include Duke Ellington, Greta Garbo, Edward G. Robinson, Marlene Dietrich, Douglas Fairbanks, George Raft, Loretta Young, amongst others.
ABOUT MODA ENTERTAINMENT: MODA Entertainment, Inc., headquartered in New York City, is a full service multi-media entertainment company involved in development, production, packaging, marketing, distributing, licensing in all on and offline media. MODA Entertainmentâs fully owned subsidiaries include MODA Productions, MODA Publishing, LICENSEBOX, PUBLICITYBOX and ICONS.
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