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    • Notorious

    • Retro Audio
    • By: Ben Hecht
    • Narrated by: Ingrid Bergman
    • Length: 59 mins
    • Abridged
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    Here is the classic audio-play dramatisation of the Hitchcock film, starring Ingrid Bergman. Bergman plays the part of a daughter of a traitor who is recruited by a spy to assist him. As the story develops, they fall in love but are torn when she is ordered to seduce a suspect. Follow this tale of love, spies, duty, and mystery! This is one of the Classic Radio Theatre productions you will want to listen to over and over again!

    Regular price: $7.63

    • Gargoyles

    • By: Ben Hecht
    • Narrated by: Jack Brown
    • Length: 11 hrs and 17 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Welcome to the life (lives) of George Basine, and those of his family and friends; as legendary author and screenwriter Ben Hecht takes the listener through a maze of ethical conflict and identity related dilemmas involving the eternal questions of perception and self-perception... Ben Hecht (1894-1964), was an American screenwriter, director, producer, playwright, journalist and novelist. He is best known for writing the screenplay for "Gone with the Wind", amongst many more.

    Regular price: $7.35

    • Revolution im Wasserglas

    • By: Ben Hecht
    • Narrated by: Wolfgang Condrus
    • Length: 2 hrs and 23 mins
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    Ben Hecht (1894-1964) war einer der berühmtesten Drehbuchautoren in Hollywood. Er schrieb für Billy Wilder, Hitchcock und Howard Hawks und viele andere. 1918 aber war er ein junger, mit allen Wassern gewaschener Journalist aus Chicago, der im Berliner Hotel Adlon abstieg, um aus einem unbekannten Land zu berichten, das gerade den Ersten Weltkrieg verloren hatte. Als er es wieder verließ, hatte er die Revolution in Berlin und Bayern und ein ganzes Land am Rande des Nervenzusammenbruchs erlebt, denkwürdige Interviews geführt und Freunde gewonnen. Deutschland erscheint in diesen wahren Geschichten wie der unwirkliche Schauplatz einer im Zeitraffer gedrehten Tragikomödie.

    Regular price: $7.85