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The Changing of the Guard Radio/TV Program

The Changing of the Guard: The Twilight Zone Radio Dramas (Dramatized)

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Publisher's Summary

Professor Ellis Fowler is forced to retire after 51 years of teaching. Feeling his life was worthless he desires to end his life, until he is visited by the ghosts of former students.

Experience this new, fully dramatized radio adaptation of "The Changing of the Guard" from The Twilight Zone Radio Dramas, starring Orson Bean and hosted by Stacy Keach!

Actor Stacy Keach has appeared in Titus, American History X, and Mike Hammer, Private Eye.

Orson Bean has appeared in Normal, Ohio, Being John Malkovich, and Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.

This exciting production, complete with music and ambient sound effects, takes the art of studio drama to the next level.

Originally, The Twilight Zone TV show aired on CBS from 1959 to 1964. It set a new standard of excellence, with scripts by creator Rod Serling and outstanding writers.

Submitted for your approval: listen to more Twilight Zone episodes.

©2006 CBS Broadcasting Inc.; ©2006 Falcon Picture Group, LLC; (P)2006 Falcon Picture Group, LLC

What the Critics Say

"This sparkling example of radio drama...offers the light humor, whimsical sci-fi, and occasional drama that made the TV series a classic." (AudioFile)
"The Twilight Zone Radio Dramas easily demonstrate that SF audio narratives can work just as well as, and in some respects even more successfully than, the same stories told through a visual medium." (Scifi.com)
"Those of us who spent hours of our misspent youths listening to radio dramas...will love these presentations. In fact, they're novel enough to please younger listeners as well. We rated them five hearts based on the quality of the stories, the actor readers, and the digital mastering." (Heartland Review)

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