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Young Tom Swift purchases a motorcycle and, being the inventor that he is, modifies it to his specifications in time to transport his father's new invention (a revolutionary turbine motor design) to Albany. However, a group of investors plan to steal the design for themselves, and send a gang of thieves after Tom as he travels the backroads to Albany. Let your imagination take hold as you enter the theater of the mind with a full cast of actors, thousands of sound effects, and a thrilling original music score as the award-winning Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air presents Tom Swift and His Motorcycle.

Starring Colin Budzyna and the Colonial Radio Players

Executive Producer Mark Vander Berg

Produced by M.J. Cogburn. Associate Producer Jeffrey Gage

Music by Jared DePasquale

Dramatized for Audio and Directed by Jerry Robbins

From the book by Victor Appleton

Cover Art by Jeff Hayes

©2016 The Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air (P)2016 The Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air

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  • Mark
  • canyon country, CA, United States
  • 06-11-16

A fun ride

What did you like best about this story?

A nice little adventure tale, very real, very relatable. I liked that he was good with his hands and had the ability to fix things other couldn't.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

You could, it's not that long.

Any additional comments?

The full cast audio plays have more depth than having a book read. There are actors with distinct voices, sound effects, and music. Well worth the money.