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A fantastically-fun, wholehearted, and thrilling roller coaster ride through in the rags-to riches life story, Not Ready to Land will make you laugh out loud, cry, and gasp in awe at the exciting life of J. William Oldenburg. It's an absolutely true and inspiring story that will have you leaping through each page.
Pictured left to right: Orson Welles, Bill Oldenburg, Wayne Newton
A world-wide multi-sensory company designed for family fun, The 3 Monkeys franchise includes entertainment parks, restaurants, logo merchandise, movies, animated series, and more!
For over 3 decades, Bill Oldenburg has successfully financed and developed a wide variety of projects numerous enough to fill an entire city of their own. With an unprecedented track record of success, even with the seemingly impossible, Bill has unmatched expertise in financing any kind of commercial real estate developments.
How to sign a NFL #1 draft pick? Use tarter sauce! Bill always says if you are facing a difficult task, act as if you cannot fail; take along the tarter sauce! If you are going after Moby Dick, take the tarter sauce! - In otherwords, . Sid Gilman was his tarter sauce. Bill brought Sid Gilman the renowned father of the forward pass, out of retirement to act as Steve's personal coach. Sid personally changed the face of football.
In addition, it also took a 40 million dollar contract - as reported in Sports Illistrated, the largest contract in sports history, but Sid Gilman was the icing on the cake.
That's the short version of how Steve Young the hottest ticket in the NFL, became the star quarterback in the USFL with the LA Express.
Bill learned the movie business from his friend and mentor Orson Wells as Bill financed 3 Days of the Condor, which starred Robert Redford and Faye Dunaway.
"Life is a priveledge to be seized nurtured and squeezed until every enjoyable exasperating, shocking, fulfilling moment has been savored.... Then you go back for seconds." - said to Bill by Mayor Joe Alioto, San Francisco
"Don't tell me it can't be done, tell me how to do it!"