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  The Raccoonteurs are siblings Stephanie, Michelle, and Jon-Emile Viguié alongside their father John E. Viguié III.   The Viguié family’s involvement in film dates back to the dawn of the 20th century alongside the birthing of the motion picture industry. Their passion for films and contributions to the entertainment industry have been passed from one generation to the next and four generations later they continue on with the legacy. 

When in 2017 the first Spanish language film with sound  produced in the United States, and second in the world,  appears in The UCLA Film & Television Archive after more than eighty years of its mysterious disappearance, The Raccoonteurs confirm it is in fact their long-lost family heirloom “Romance Tropical” (1934), the Opera Prima produced, directed and photographed by Juan E. Viguié.

The extraordinary story behind the production of this cinematic gem and the intriguing events that led to its sudden disappearance inspired The Raccoonteurs to move to Hollywood  and write an epic dramatic book & TV series about a family bloodline and legacy that transcends four generations. Their amazing life-stories and adventures take us deep into a magical world where anything is possible, and nothing is what it seems; a realm aptly named Somewhere in the Nowhere”.



Stephanie B. Viguié

President & CEO - Storyteller/Scriptwriter


John E. Viguié

Executive Producer - Storyteller/Scriptwriter


Jon-Emile Viguié

Film Composer/Producer - Storyteller/Scriptwriter


Michelle B. Viguié

Associate Producer - Storyteller/Scriptwriter