Like a Jay Ward cartoon in audio, The Adventures of Tea Man, Volume Two is a hilarious, wacky collection of radio theater written and performed by Mitchell Pearson and the DQD Theater of Philadelphia and produced by Joe Bevilacqua. Get ready for two hours of comedy entertainment!
On the evening of February 1, 1922, silent film director William Desmond Taylor was shot to death in his Los Angeles home. The murder, coming on the heels of the Fatty Arbuckle scandal, shocked the Hollywood community and the country, resulting in reform groups labeling the film capital a "modern day Babylon," and demanding that movies be censored or, in some communities, even banned.
Martin von Muenchen is ridiculously funny in his descriptions of Mallorca, a popular vacation spot in Spain for German tourists. Here, Von Muenchen pokes fun at his own compatriots with a great sense of humor and satire, while celebrating the glories of all things German. For non-Germans, German Paradise Mallorca: A Funny Telling provides a humorous look at German culture and people in a way that is both funny and informative.
Mel Blanc needs no introduction to cartoon and radio fans. He was The Master of the funny voice. For the first time ever, here is the ultimate biography, encompassing Noel Blanc's unpublished biography, with an introduction by Bugs Bunny. Read by the great Fred Frees, son of voice actor Paul Frees.
A nobleman, the Count of Chanteleine, leads a rebellion against the revolutionary French government. While he fights for the monarchy and the church, his home is destroyed and his wife murdered by the mob. Now he must save his daughter from the guillotine. This exciting swashbuckler is also a meticulous historical re-creation of a particularly bloody episode in the Reign of Terror.
He was Disney's Haunted Mansion Ghost Host, Boris Badenov, Professor Ludwig von Drake, Pillsbury Dougboy, Toucan Sam, the Green Lama, and thousands of voices you have heard on records, radio, and television and in films. He was voice acting genius Paul Frees.
It's Saturday night in Santa Barbara and it seems like everyone is headed to the same destination. The reason is simple: To celebrate the end of school. But for eleven different people the motives are bit more complicated - to be noticed, to hook up, to make friends, to numb the pain, to get over an ex, to say goodbye. As each character takes a turn and tells his/her story, the eleven individuals intersect, reconnect, and combine in ways that none of them ever saw coming.
"Well Handled and Enjoyable"
A group of stranded preppers are trying to survive the aftermath of a cyber and terrorist bomb offensive on America's electrical grid by homesteading on an old sharecropper plantation. The big cities are in ruins as societal collapse and starvation set in. The government is attempting to save some of the populace by setting up FEMA camps and enforcing martial law but they are soon overwhelmed by the sheer size of the disaster and a world without law begins.
HISTORY TELLS US:
In 1888, the elusive serial killer, Jack the Ripper, terrorized the Whitechapel District of London. Scotland Yard was baffled. But, that same year, Jack met his match when he crossed paths with the dreadfully evil ...really awful...Count Dracula. On July 22, 1934, notorious bank robber John Dillinger was shot "dead" by the FBI in front of Chicago's Biograph Theater.
"6 Entertaining Short Stories"
A collection of the best interviews, radio theater, and classic old-time radio moments from the BearManor Radio Network, which streams 24/7 online.
It is the future, year 3712. And zombies are coming back to life, reciting poetry.
Never before have the infamous love letters between John and Blanche Bickerson seen the light of day. This amazing testament to the strength of marriage at last shows the true depth of feeling the squabbling couple felt for one another. And no, it wasn't always bickering! Now you can find out who they are, how they met, and what their backgrounds are. And you can experience, for a change, the love shared between a couple that was obviously made for one another.
With the exclusive cooperation of Annelle's family, author Ben Ohmart has painstakingly edited this moving collection of personal correspondence into a volume that paints a remarkable picture of two wartime lovers just beginning their life together.
Trying to decide which audiobook is best for you? Let Fred Frees pick out some samples for you! This series of hour-long programs presents the first chapters of Fred's handpicked favorite BearManor and Waterlogg audiobooks.
What happens when you're a teenage boy and you can't talk to your father? Easy. See him at work. He's a psychologist, after all.