In A Joe Bev Cartoon Collection, Volume 2, award-winning radio producer and voice actor Joe Bevilacqua, aka Joe Bev, presents six comedy titles.
Don't miss this never before released recording of the Dr. Seuss story, dramatized for radio and directed by Daws Butler! Performed by Daws Butler and his sons, Chas and Don Butler, this radio play was produced by veteran award-winning producer Joe Bevilacqua, who talks with Daws' sons before the play.
Daws Butler was the voice magician behind such classic cartoon characters as Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound and Quick Draw McGraw. Daws talks directly to you, demonstrating his dialect technique and entertaining you at the same time!
"A class invoice from a historic master. Excellent!"
Comedy and mystery are happy bedfellows in The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes. Veteran award winning radio producer Joe Bevilacqua’s ten-part radio theater series pays humorous homage to the classic characters of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The stories are filled with sly references to the original "Canon," as it is called. Even the Baker Street Irregulars and other Holmesian groups and scholars have enjoyed this about the series.
"Roll Over Doyle"
It is Christmas Eve at the North Pole when Santa Claus loses his "remembery" and only a child who has been good for 365 days can save Christmas!
Producer Joe Bevilacqua has unearthed this vintage 1940s recording of the charming yuletide children's radio play, written and starring Daws Butler, the voice and Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, Quick Draw McGraw, and most of the classic Hanna-Barbera cartoon characters. Also heard in this old time radio show is Don Messick (Boo Boo Bear, Ranger Smith, Scooby Doo).
A tribute to the classic Hanna-Barbera cartoons, with brand new stories. Includes never-before-performed scripts by Daws Butler, JoeBev's mentor and the original voice of these characters, now interpreted by JoeBev.
A new production of the classic radio play by the voice of Yogi Bear, Daws Butler! Produced with wonderful sound effects and music by veteran radio-theater producer Joe Bevilacqua, and performed by husband and wife team Joe Bevilacqua and Lorie Kellogg.
This Here is YourLife, Sherlock Holmes is a 1975 parody written and voiced by Daws Butler, Douglas McEwan, and members of the Daws Butler Workshop, including Billy Simpson, Pat Parris, and Corey Burton. In it, Ralph Backwards - along with Dr. Watson, Dracula, Jack-the-Ripper, and even Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman - roast the famous consulting detective.
Daws Butler was the voice magician behind such classic cartoon characters as Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, and Quick Draw McGraw. Daws also co-wrote and voiced many of Stan Freberg’s greatest comedy records, including Saint George and the Dragonet. Here is a hilarious colection of rare, never-before-released Daws Butler comedy recordings.
As heard on Sirius XM Radio and NPR stations, here is volume two of Rare Daws Butler. Daws Butler was the voice magician behind such classic cartoon characters as Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, and Quick Draw McGraw. Daws also co-wrote and voiced many of Stan Freberg's greatest comedy records, including Saint George and the Dragonet. Host Joe Bevilacqua presents an hour of rare Daws Butler comedy recordings, featuring the voices of Stan Freberg, June Foray and others.
"More great, rare Daws!"
As heard on Sirius-XM and NPR stations, this is six hours of audio theater from the mind of Daws Butler, the voice of Huckleberry Hound, Yogi Bear and many other cartoon characters. In 1975, Butler began an acting workshop that spawned such talents as Nancy Cartwright (The Simpsons), Corey Burton (Old Navy, Disney), and Joe Bevilacqua (NPR). In this series, host Joe Bevilacqua presents performances of scripts Butler wrote for his acting workshop. A book of these scripts Scenes for Actors and Voices is available at waterlogg.com.
Almost five hours of family entertainment! A seal who can't balance? An elephant who always forgets? A green cow who walks on her front feet? These are just some of the wacky characters from the unique mind of Daws Butler, the man who voiced most of the classic Hanna-Barbera characters: Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, Quick Draw McGraw, and Snagglepuss, to name a few.
In the variety hour, Joe Bevilacqua performs his own jazz compositions, accompanied by Paul Salomone on piano, Edward Fuqua on bass, Leif Eric on guitar, and Jim Mason on drums. In addition, Joe Bev performs Daws Butler's "Magic Drums" with Joe Gatto on drums, and sings Cab Calloway and Irving Mills' "Minnie the Moocher" as his Camp Waterlogg character Sgt. Lefty and the Chipmunks, featuring Julian Baker on trombone and keyboard. The selections are gleaned from Bevilacqua's hundreds of hours of audio work that spans more than 40 years.
Nature comedy, including "The Magic Tree", "The Tree and the Vegetables", "The Lazy Bird", "A Frog in a Frying Pan", "A Drop of Water", "The Last Dinosaurs", "Billy Peck, Tight Rope Waddler", "Batbird", "The Little Stone Bird", "Friends from the Vegetable Patch", "Colorful Animals", "The Grumpy Tree", "Birth of the Turtles", "The Unfriendly River", "The Toothy Toad", "Sparky Hooves", "Scuttleball, Soccer for Ants", "The Red Moon", "The Carnivorous Plant", and more.
Many years before AMC's Mad Men was a hit, Daws Butler (Yogi Bear) wrote The Ad Game. Adam is the top copywriter at his firm when he finds himself in a career crisis that baffles his wife, Melissa, and his father-in-law, Ed, who is his boss.
In this post-apocalyptic drama, Ten is unfrozen and guided into an unfamiliar world by caretaker Barnstormer Pfaff. This original radio play was written by Daws Butler (Yogi Bear) and produced and directed by Joe Bevilacqua.
Over one hour, hear JoeBev's interpolation of the characters of James Thurber ("Unicorn in the Garden"), featuring some lesser known Thurberesque stories, including the baseball saga "You Can Look it Up". Who better to interpret James Thurber than JoeBev, who was the protégé of Daws Butler, the voice of Yogi Bear.
Spooky comedy, including: "The Monster in the Wardrobe", "Forever a Monster"; "A Halloween Happening", "Bewitched Tongues", "A Camp Waterlogg Halloween", "The Ugly Fairy", "The Evil Millispore", "The Poor Bunny's Magic Bouquet", "The Flying Contest", "The Incredible Black Rain", and "Rain Drop, Snow Flake".
Included in this comedy variety show, Lorie Kellogg performing "Bob Dylan Sings Mother Goose", "The Big Match", "The Vegetable Patch", "Elise's Bachelor Party" part one (from The Comedy-O-Rama Hour), "The Girl with the Beautiful Face", kitchen scene from "Our Miss Brooks: One Principle Too Many, One Principle Too Meany", "The Island of Invention", "Elise's Bachelor Party" part two (from The Comedy-O-Rama Hour), "Uncle Goopie: Too Big or Too Small Store" (from The Comedy-O-Rama Hour), and more.
This second collection of fractured fables are from the unique mind of Daws Butler, the man who voiced most of the classic Hanna-Barbera characters: Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, Quick Draw McGraw, and Snagglepuss, to name a few.
Uncle Dunkle and Donnie is a collection of imaginative, cartoon scripts by Butler, who also worked on Jay Ward's classic 1960s Fractured Fairy Tales and Aesop and Sons animated cartoons.