John Rester Zodrow has written and produced television movies: All Out, his highly controversial and award-winning stage play (nominated by Writers Guild for Outstanding Script in the category of Anthology written originally for Television); a Western comedy Kate Bliss and the Ticker Tape Kid and Man Against the Mob (which won an Edgar) and its sequel Man in Cement. All Out is available through Dramatic Publishing for performance in high schools, colleges and commercial theaters. Theatrical films include The Ultimate Thrill; The Hunter, starring Steve McQueen; and Sun Drops, a Japanese film starring Toshiro Mifune, edited by Akira Kurosawa. Zodrow has opened on Broadway at the Minskoff Theater and is the author of four novels: Bright Green Hell, In the Name of the Father (a bestseller), Vatican Gold and Sins of War. Recently, Zodrow wrote, produced and directed the Indy film Big Guns, a hilarious comedy about a group of senior softball players stumbling badly while trying to win the World SeriesÑand discovering in the process that winning is not as important as keeping your friends. The film has been distributed worldwide and is rentable on Netflix.