Lew Grade

Lev Winogradsky (Lew Grade) was a jewish Ukrainian mind controlled talent agent and manager, used in the media, Hollywood film industry and music industry. He worked with Judy Garland (mind control movie Wizard of Oz) and Bob Hope. He founded ICT Entertainment. He worked with Joe Collins (Colonna), agent of The Beatles and father of Jackie and Joan Collins. He organized Saturday Night at the London Palladium, which launched the career of The Beatles in 1963.

From 1967 ICT produced The Prisoner, broadcast on ITV to normalize mind control symbolism (masonic black and white floors, umbrella's, rainbow patterns, 6 eye signs).

From 1976 he produced The Muppets Show of Jim Henson (doll programming, later sold to Disney).

He visited pope Paul VI and was a member of the Order of St John and papal Order of St Sylvester.

He used Knebworth House of rosicrucian Edward Bulwer-Lytton in his productions.

In 1977 he produced Jesus of Nazareth of Franco Zeffirelli (gay agenda, Silvio Berlusconi's Forza Italia), written by Anthony Burgess (Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange) with Robert Powell, James Mason, Donald Pleasence, Christopher Plummer, Laurence Olivier, James Earl Jones.

ITC also produced Space 1999 with Martin Landau, Bond girl Catherine Schell, Christopher Lee and designer Rudi Gernreich (partner of OTO member Harry Hay).

ITC worked with producer Hannah Weinstein. She was educated at New York University in Greenwich Village, worked in campaigns for Fiorella LaGuardia, Franklin Roosevelt and Henry Wallace (friend of Nicholas Roerich of Theosophical Society and Andrija Puharich). She wrote speeches for Charlie Chaplin and Orson Welles. Her daughter Paula Weinstein married Mark Rosenberg.

ITC also produced Killer Fish with Karen Black and Margaux Hemingway, The Last Unicorn with Mia Farrow, Angela Lansbury, Christopher Lee, The Boys from Brazil with Gregory Peck as Josef Mengele and Capricorn One of Peter Hyams. It used MGM studios and the Pinewood Studios of Rank Organisation (James Bond franchise).


His brother Boris (Bernard Delfont) acquired London Casino and worked with Frank Sinatra, Eartha Kitt, Judy Garland, Shirley Bassey, Sammy Davis Jr, Tommy Cooper (shriner fez), Danny La Rue (transgender agenda),..

He worked with Andrew Lloyd Webber to produce the musical Starlight Express. He was a member of the American Rothermere Institute of Oxford.

His nephew Michael Grade (Order of the British Empire) worked for the BBC from 1985 (Live Aid, Blackadder, Neighbours). In 2004 he became Chairman of the BBC. In 2007 he became executive chairman of ITV.


born 12/25/1906.

died 12/13/1998.

Filmography and tv work

1955 Saturday Night at London Palladium ITV
1964 Thunderbirds Shane Rimmer (James Bond, movie Gandhi) Gerry and Sylvia Anderson (LSE)
1972 The Julie Andrews Hour ABC
1975 The Return of the Pink Panther Peter Sellers Christopher Plummer
1975 Farewell My Lovely Robert Mitchum Harry Dean Stanton Charlotte Rampling Jack O'Halloran Sylvester Stallone Rainbeaux Smith (Penthouse, Up in Smoke of Lou Adler) Jerry Bruckheimer (Zeta Beta Tau)
1976 The Cassandra Crossing (cc=33) Sophia Loren (famous picture with Jayne Mansfield) Richard Harris (Order of Malta) Burt Lancaster Ava Gardner Lee Strasberg OJ Simpson screenplay by Tom Mankiewicz (James Bond, son of Joseph Mankiewicz Zeta Beta Tau)
1976 The Muppets Show Jim Henson (Christian Science)
1976 The Eagle Has Landed Michael Caine Donald Sutherland Donald Pleasence as Heinrich Himmler Robert Duvall Anthony Quayle (MI5) screenplay by Tom Mankiewicz
1977 Jesus of Nazareth of Franco Zeffirelli (gay agenda, Silvio Berlusconi's Forza Italia), written by Anthony Burgess (Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange) Robert Powell James Mason Donald Pleasence Christopher Plummer Laurence Olivier James Earl Jones
1978 The Boys from Brazil Gregory Peck as Josef Mengele novel of Ira Levin (Rosemary's Baby)
1978 Autum Sonata Ingmar Bergman
1978 Capricorn One Cmdr. John Walker fake moon landing Peter Hyams (made 2010 the Year We Make Contact with Candice Bergen who lived at the house of Sharon Tate, the sequel to Stanley Kubrick's 2001 A Space Odyssey, in conspiracy theories often accused of staging the moon landing) OJ Simpson Elliott Gould James Brolin Karen Black (Easy Rider) David Huddleston (Big Lebowski about disappearance of Bunny) Telly Savalas (James Bond)
1978 Will Shakespeare ITV Tim Curry (Lou Adler's Rocky Horror Picture Show) as ShakespeareIan McShane
1979 The Muppet Movie (mm=33) Frank Oz Mel Brooks Bob Hope Edgar Bergen (father of Candice Bergen, who lived at house of Sharon Tate) Steve Martin Cloris Leachman Richard Pryor Orson Welles Telly Savalasrainbow and mirror alter symbolism (Wizard of Oz programming)
1979 Firepower Sophia Loren Eli Wallach Victor Mature Jake LaMotta OJ Simpson
1980 The Long Good Friday Bob Hoskins Helen Mirren
1980 Raise the Titanic Jason Robards Alec Guinness Anne Archer
1980 Saturn 3 Harvey Keitel Farrah Fawcett Kirk Douglas
1981 On Golden Pond Jane Fonda Katherine Hepburn
1981 The Legend of the Lone Ranger Christopher Lloyd
1982 Sophie's Choice Meryl Streep Kevin Kline Universal Pictures
1982 The Dark Crystal Jim Henson Billie Whitelaw (The Omen)

the Music Industry

The Prisoner