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 Profile

 
Business Summary: Camelot Entertainment Group, Inc., a development stage company, operates in the film, television, digital media, and entertainment industries.
 
Address
  8001 Irvine Center Drive, Suite 438
  Irvine , CA 92618
  Phone: 949-754-3030
  Fax: 949-754-4309
  Website: http://www.camelotfilms.com
Auditor
  dbb mckennon
Transfer Agent
  Transfer Online, Inc.
Employees:  7
ShareHolders:  2800
Founded:  1999
Domicile:  Delaware
 
  
 
 Background

 
Camelot Entertainment Group, Inc., a development stage company, operates in the film, television, digital media, and entertainment industries. It focuses on the motion picture production and distribution, television programming, production and syndication, home video acquisition and distribution, digital media production and distribution, development and operation of studio facilities, development of new technologies, and distribution of filmed entertainment worldwide. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Irvine, California.
History:  INCORPORATED in Delaware Oct. 12, 1999. Name changed from Dstage.com, Inc. to Camelot Entertainment Group, Inc. Apr. 15, 2004.
 
Subsidiaries:
Dstage.com
 
 
Capital Expenditures, thousand. US Dollars
  Year  Amount
  2009  0
  2008  0
  2007  0
 
Research and Development Expenditures, thousand. US Dollars
  Year  Amount
  2009  0
  2008  0
  2007  0
 
  
 
 Management

 

Management
OfficersPosition
 Robert P. AtwellChairman, President & Chief Executive Officer
 George  JacksonInvestor Relations Contact
 Steven  IstockChief Financial Officer
 Joseph  PetrucelliGeneral Counsel

Directors
 Robert P. Atwell
 Steven  Istock
 
  
 
 Annual Report

 
Annual Report
 
Income Statement
  20092008
EXPENSES
General and Administrative Expenses(2,086,807)(1,406,916)
Interest Income/expense-net(2,284,364)(625,711)
Other Income - CSI Investors-200,000
Gain/loss on Derivative Liabilities111,3691,404,052
Net Income (Loss)(4,259,802)(428,575)
SUPPLEMENTARY INFO
Operating Income (Loss)(2,086,807)(1,406,916)
Share earns. basic and diluted(0.01)(3.39)
 
Balance Sheet
  20092008
ASSETS:
CURRENT ASSETS
Cash56,320175
Prepaid Expenses53,3451,733
Total Current Assets109,6651,908
NON CURRENT ASSETS
Total Other Assets37,350-
Total Assets147,0151,908
LIABILITIES:
CURRENT LIABILITIES
Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses529,759206,847
Accrued Expenses to Related Parties627,584722,000
Stockholder Advances-22,830
Notes Payable to Stockholders-215,598
Convertible Notes Payable-15,000
Secured Convertible Notes Payable364,50492,070
Derivative Liability-conversion Feature121,828147,838
Total Current Liabilities1,643,6751,422,183
NON CURRENT LIABILITIES
Secured Convertible Notes Payable309,657311,897
Preferred Stock Convertible56,50550,905
Derivative Liability -embedded Conversion Feature512,198218,500
Derivative Liability-warrants-3,992
Derivative Liability -preferred Stock Class A, B, Andc21,62065,630
SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY
Common Stock - Par Value296,133223
Additional Paid in Capital18,272,05014,633,600
Accumulated Deficit(20,964,820)(16,705,020)
Total Shareholders Equity(2,396,640)(2,071,199)
Total Liabilities & Shareholders Equity147,0151,908
 
  
 
 Interim Report

 
Interim Report   
 
Data Not Available
 
 
 
 
  
 
 Pro Forma Report

 
Pro Forma Report   
 
Data Not Available
 
 
 
 
  
 
 Quarterly Report

 
Quarterly Report Information   
 
Quarterly Revenue, US$
YearQuarterRevenue
  2010   130,000
  2009   1Nil
  2009   2Nil
  2009   3Nil
  2009   Full Year Nil
  2008   1Nil
  2008   2Nil
  2008   3Nil
  2008   4Nil
  2008   Full Year Nil
  2007   1Nil
  2007   2Nil
  2007   3Nil
  2007   4Nil
  2007   Full Year Nil
  2006   1Nil
  2006   2Nil
  2006   3Nil
  2006   Full Year Nil
  2005   1Nil
  2005   2Nil
  2005   3Nil
  2005   Full Year Nil
 
 
Quarterly Net Income, US$
YearQuarterRevenue
  2010   1(1,400,000)
  2009   1(920,000)
  2009   2(260,000)
  2009   3(2,120,000)
  2009   4(970,000)
  2009   Full Year (4,260,000)
  2008   1300,000
  2008   2230,000
  2008   3(230,000)
  2008   4(730,000)
  2008   Full Year (430,000)
  2007   1(650,000)
  2007   2(350,000)
  2007   3420,000
  2007   4(1,530,000)
  2007   Full Year (2,100,000)
  2006   1(190,000)
  2006   2(200,000)
  2006   3(200,000)
  2006   Full Year (2,348,400)
  2005   1(120,000)
  2005   2(490,000)
  2005   3(130,000)
  2005   Full Year (4,500,000)
 
 
Quarterly EPS, US$
YearQuarterRevenue
  2010   1Nil
  2009   1Nil
  2009   2(400.00)
  2009   3(200.00)
  2009   4Nil
  2009   Full Year (200.00)
  2008   1Nil
  2008   2#######
  2008   3(#######)
  2008   4Nil
  2008   Full Year Nil
  2007   1(#######)
  2007   2Nil
  2007   3#######
  2007   4(#######)
  2007   Full Year (#######)
  2006   1Nil
  2006   2Nil
  2006   3Nil
  2006   4(#######)
  2006   Full Year (#######)
  2005   1Nil
  2005   2(#######)
  2005   3Nil
  2005   4(#######)
  2005   Full Year (#######)
 
  
 
 Stock Data

 
 
Capitalization as of 12/31/2009:
 
 Authorized SharesOutstanding Shares
Preferred $0.001 par50,000,00027,195,520so1
Common $0.001 par19,900,000,0002,961,330,703
 
LONG TERM DEBT: $309,657.
 
Common $0.001 par
 
COMMON SOLD: In May 2000, pursuant to Regulation D, Rule 504 of the Securities and Exchange Act of 1933, the company sold 10,835 Common shares at $1.00 per share in cash.
 
Stockholders:  12/31/2009, 2800.
Transfer Agent:  Transfer Online, Inc.   Portland , OR
 
OTC Bulletin Board( Primary): CMGR
 
ExchangeYearHighLow
OTC Bulletin Board20090.70000.0001
OTC Bulletin Board20080.05000.0500
OTC Bulletin Board20070.14000.1400
OTC Bulletin Board20060.16000.0300
OTC Bulletin Board20050.20000.0250
OTC Bulletin Board20040.29000.0300
OTC Bulletin Board20030.07000.0120
OTC Bulletin Board20021.30000.0200
OTC Bulletin Board20016.00000.1500
 
DIVIDENDS: Common $0.001 par: None. Common $0.001 par was reverse split, 1-for-100, ex-Aug. 29, 2008. Common $0.001 par was reverse split, 1-for-700, ex-July 10, 2009.
 
 
  so1Closely held. Consists of Series A, B and C preferred stock. Each share of Series A is convertible into two Common shares; each share of Series B is convertible into 10 Common shares; and each share of Series C is convertible into one Common share.