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  • King Solomon's Mines: A Radio Dramatization | Sir H. Robert Haggard,J.T. Turner

    King Solomon's Mines: A Radio Dramatization

    • ORIGINAL (3 hrs and 38 mins)
    • By Sir H. Robert Haggard, J.T. Turner
    • Narrated By Jerry Robbins, J.T. Turner, Hugh Metzler, and others
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    Allan Quatermain, a professional big game hunter, is approached by English aristocrat Sir Henry Curtis and his friend, Captain John Good, late of the Royal Navy. They need his help finding Sir Henry's brother, who was last seen traveling north into the unexplored interior in search of the fabled King Solomon's Mines. On their perilous journey, they encounter such characters as the evil witch-woman, Gagool, and the terrifying King Twala and his mighty army. The award winning Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air brings this classic tale to life with a full cast....

    Michele says: "Timeless Story"
  • A Visit with Aesop: A One Man Show | J. T. Turner

    A Visit with Aesop: A One Man Show

    • ORIGINAL (1 hr and 24 mins)
    • By J. T. Turner
    • Narrated By J. T. Turner
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    Based on his original stage play, J.T. Turner performs these classic tales so well you will feel you are hearing them for the first time, including "The Boy Who Cried Wolf, "The Mouse and the Lion", and "The Grasshopper and the Ant". Sure to bring a smile and a laugh no matter the age.

  • Shakespeare's Ghost: A Radio Dramatization | J.T. Turner

    Shakespeare's Ghost: A Radio Dramatization

    • ORIGINAL (1 hr and 7 mins)
    • By J.T. Turner
    • Narrated By The Colonial Radio Players
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    Imagine if William Shakespeare had been haunting theaters since his death, just to see how his plays were being treated. What might he say about the productions he has seen, the actors he has watched, and his own life? The setting for Shakespeare's Ghost is an unnamed theater during a terrible production of Hamlet. Rather than let us suffer through the bad acting, Shakespeare materializes and shares with us the story of his life, his work, and productions of his plays through the centuries.

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