Saturday, October 11, 2014

New "Willoughby and the Professor" Premieres on The Joe Bev Audio Theater

NEW PROMO VIDEO for Willoughby and the Professor ...


VOLUME 2 IS COMING!
42 years of Joe Bev's radio theater
available via online podcasts,
MP3 downloads and CD box sets, from
Waterlogg Productions and Blackstone Audio.
Joe Bevilacqua (Joe Bev) has been writing, producing, directing and voicing his unique Willoughby and the Professor radio theater stories, complete with sound effects and music, since he was 12 years old in 1973.



Today, at 55, Bev is about to release for Christmas: The Whithering of Willoughby and the Professor Volume 2, through his Waterlogg Productions and distributor Blackstone Audio.

Volume 1 is available on CD and MP3 download at Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Barnes and Noble, WalMart, US libraries, and most online vendors.

Audiences can hear a free preview of one of the new "Willoughby" stories: "Willoughby Goes and Gets It" on The Joe Bev Audio Theater, which airs on radio stations nationwide and is podcast at many sites, including: http://tunein.com/radio/Joe-Bev-Audio-Theater-p566546/.

Reviews:
"Descendents of Laurel and Hardy and Holmes and Watson, among others, Willoughby and the Professor bring radio listeners along on a series of adventures, often in exotic lands and always in the more exotic land of the imagination." - David Hinckley, New York Daily News

"We chose to add Willoughby and the Professor to our Contemporary Radio Humor collection because it is unique. One person does all the voices." - Ken Mueller, Radio Manager, The Museum of Television and Radio.

"Joe Bevilacqua is producing a successful radio theatre series almost single-handedly. In one episode, there was a box full of 13,000 roaches and, through a mishap, the box exploded. Even in TV or film, Bevilacqua asks, how could you have 13,000 roaches raining down?"
- Amy Hersh, Backstage

More from Joe Bev at http://www.waterlogg.com.

JOE'S ART OF AUDIO ARTICLES...
The Art of Audio #1: "Did you hear THAT?"
The Art of Audio #2: "Listen to THIS!"
The Art of Audio #3 "What did she say?"
The Art of Audio #4: "Another Fine Mess"
The Art of Audio #5: "I'm Serious!"
The Art of Audio #6: "Liquid Comedy 101"
The Art of Audio #7: "Liquid Comedy 102"
The Art of Audio #8: "Liquid Comedy 103"
The Art of Audio #9: "The Christmas I Saved Macy's"
The Art of Audio #10: "The Game is a-foot!" or "Your show is undone"
The Art of Audio #11: The Return of " The Comedy-O-Rama Hour"!
The Art of Audio #12 “A Valentine From Graham Nash's MAC”
The Art of Audio #13: "Abbott & Costello in the Catskills!"


 WATERLOGG RADIO NETWORKJoe Bev produces 15 podcasts

WATERLOGG RADIO NETWORK 
Comedy-O-Rama: iTunes Podcast Link
Jazz-O-Rama: iTunes Podcast Link
Cartoon Carnival: iTunes Podcast Link
Joe Bev Exp: Tunes Podcast Link
Joe Bev Audio Theater: iTunes Podcast Link
Joe Bev Hour Sunday Edition: iTunes Podcast Link

 BEAR MANOR RADIO NETWORKBEAR MANOR RADIO NETWORK
The Voice Actor Show: iTunes Podcast Link
Lorie's Book Nook: iTunes Podcast Link
J-OTR Show: iTunes Podcast Link
Fred Frees Favorites: iTunes Podcast Link
The Lost OTR Show: iTunes Podcast Link
Audio Classics Archive: iTunes Podcast Link 
What's Cookin' with Chef Steve: iTunes Podcast Link
The Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention Celebrity Interviews: iTunes Podcast Link
Aroma Thyme Radio: iTunes Podcast Link



MORE PODCASTS CAN BE HEAR HERE: http://www.waterlogg.com.
 All the Waterlogg Titles can be found here...

More about Waterlogg Productions at: http://www.waterlogg.com
Many of our projects are for sale on our website: http://waterlogg.com/buy-comedy

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Joe Bev Produces 12 Halloween Specials, Airing Throughout October 2014

Joe Bev Produces
12 Halloween Specials
Airing Throughout October 2014
October
​Highlights:

GET THE SCOOP...
Veteran award-winning radio broadcaster Joe Bevilacqua (aka Joe Bev) is offering twelve different hours of BearManor Radio Halloween specials, airing on public radio stations nationwide, streaming twice daily 24/7 at
bearmanorradio.com
and podcast anytime on demand atwww.waterlogg.com.
More Info
​on Our Blog...

DAILY FREEMAN ARTICLE ABOUT JOE...

Monday, October 6, 2014

'A Jazz-O-Rama Halloween' has just been published by 'Joe Bevilacqua'


October on BearManor Radio is Spooktakular! Produced by Joe Bev & Waterlogg Productions


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OCTOBER
Bear Manor Radio


Our irrepressible Program Director Joe Bevilacqua (aka Joe Bev) (Daws Butler: Characters ActorUncle Uncle and Donnie, and Scenes for Actors and Voices) is offering twelve different hours of BearManor Radio Halloween specials!
This month, Fred Frees as Professor Ludwig Von Whatchamacallit and the ghost of Pierre Twerwilliger, haunt BearManor and taking over the air waves!
OCTOBER HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
  • A Jazz-O-Rama Halloween
  • The Camp Waterlogg Halloween Party
  • Cartoon Carnival Spooktakular
  • War of the Worlds Meets War of the Welles
  • Chef Marcus Guiliano Healthy Halloween Tips
  • Bulldog Drummond: Murder Visits Venus & Cisco Kid: 50,000 Reasons for Death
Check out our 24 hour schedule and grid below!
“Bevilacqua said he fell in love with voice acting 40 years ago, when he started using a cassette recorder to record himself acting out his favorite cartoon characters to a soundtrack of jazz music from 78 rpm records he found in his parents attic.”
Excerpt from the Kingston Freeman article.


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to the good folks at SPERDVAC, The Society To Preserve
and Encourage Radio Drama, Variety and Comedy.
http://www.sperdvac.com


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ARCHIVED BEAR MANOR RADIO NETWORK SHOWS:

THE VOICE ACTOR SHOW
FRED FREES FAVORITES
J-OTR SHOW
LORIE'S BOOK NOOK
WHAT'S COOKIN' WITH CHEF STEVEAUDIO CLASSICS ARCHIVE
THE LOST OTR SHOWJAZZ-O-RAMA
CARTOON CARNIVAL
AROMA THYME RADIO

THE MID-ATALENTIC NOSTALGIA CONVENTION CELEBRITY INTERVIEWS
October 2014 BearManor Radio Schedule:

9:00 am

Cartoon Carnival 
with Joe Bevcartoon carnival logo


Cartoon Carnival Halloween Spooktakular One -part 1 
Guest host Wilfred Graves (Joe Bev) presents: June Foray and Mel Blanc in "Broomstick Bunny" (1956); part one of June Foray and Paul Frees in "Snooper and Blabber Meet the Gruesomes" (1966); Allan ReedMel Blanc, Jean VanderPyl, Gerry Johnson, Doug Young, Howard Morris, and Alan Melvin in part one of "The Flintstones: Monster Fred" (1964); Betty Boop sings "Mysterious Mose" (1930). Plus, new Fred Frees as Professor Ludwig Von Watchamacallit and the segments.

10:00 am

The
Comedy-O-Rama Hour
COE LOGO




The Camp Waterlogg Halloween Party - part 1 with guest Fred Frees
On this original improvisational radio theater comedy hour, Ellis and Elise are installing security cameras around Camp Waterlogg as Andy and Lkie enjoy spooky stories by the guest's of Ranger Joe and Lorie's pre-Halloween party. Meanwhile, Sgt. Lefty and Olive Pitts meet the camp's new dog Sophie, played by real life pet of Joe Bevilacqua and Lorie Kellogg, the married couple, who create Comedy-O-Rama each week. Bev and Kellogg improvised all the character's voices, including four the radio cartoon: "A Different Take on Halloween", "The Brave Boy and the Multicolored Ghost", "The Sweet Witch", and "Katrina the Capricious Witch" by Pedro Pablo Sacristan.

11:00 am

The J-OTR Show 
with Joe Bev j-OTR SHOW LOGO







War of the Worlds Meets War of the Welles
We Take You Now To Grover's Mill: The Making of the War of the Worlds Broadcast

written, produced, directed, and narrated by Joe Bevilacqua. In this 1988 documentary, award-winning NPR producer Joe Bevilacqua looks at how the landmark broadcast came about and examines its impact on broadcast history. The half-hour program includes rare interviews with Mercury Theater producer John Houseman and writer Howard Koch, actor Arthur Anderson, and the people of Grover's Mill, New Jersey, who lived through the "Martian invasion".
War of the Welles Joe Bev's 1986 parody, part of his Old Time Radio Parodies, Volume Two of The Best of the Comedy-O-Rama Hour. These are not old-time radio shows but incredible simulations!

Noon

Audio Classics Archive 
with Terry Salomonson
audio classics archive logo




The War of the Worlds with Orson Welles
The October 30, 1938 Mercury Theatre on the Air that panicked a nation originally aired over the Columbia Broadcasting System radio network. Directed and narrated by actor and future filmmaker Orson Welles, the episode was an adaptation of H. G. Wells's novel The War of the Worlds (1898).

1:00 pm

Cartoon Carnival 
with Joe Bevcartoon carnival logo




Cartoon Carnival Halloween Spooktakular One - part 2 
Guest host Wilfred Graves (Joe Bev) presents: "Quick Draw Mc Graw and the Treasure of Sarah's Mattress" (1960); part two of June Foray and Paul Frees in "Snooper and Blabber Meet the Gruesomes" (1966); Allan ReedMel Blanc, Jean VanderPyl, Gerry Johnson, Doug Young, Howard Morris, and Alan Melvin in part two of "The Flintstones: Monster Fred" (1964); Betty Hutton sings "Ol' Man Mose is Dead".

2:00 pm

Aroma Thyme Radio withChef Marcus Guilliano audio classics archive logo


Healthy Halloween & Super Fruits 
Aroma Thyme Bistro owner Marcus Guiliano, Chef on a Mission, gives Healthy Halloween tips, and talks about Super Fruits. Pulitzer Prize winning author Alice Walker talks about being true to yourself, and Lorie Kellogg performs "Friends from the Vegetable Patch" by Pedro Pablo Sacristan, and sings the Aroma Thyme Bistro Song, Joe Bevilacqua and Lorie Kellogg improvise with Chef Marcus as their Camp Waterlogg/Comedy-O-Rama Hour characters.

3:00 pm

The Lost OTR Show #1
with Joe Bevj-OTR SHOW LOGO



Bulldog Drummond: Murder Visits Venus
& Cisco Kid: 50,000 Reasons for Death Radio 

Theater dramatist Joe Bev presents an hour of recently uncovered old time radio not heard since their original broadcast, some more than 60 years ago. This time, it's Bulldog Drummond: Murder Visits Venus #187 starring Ned Weaver (originally aired on The Mutual Network, Monday, March 19, 1945, 8:30 pm) and Cisco Kid #236: 50,000 Reasons for Death (originally syndicated on transcription disc).

4:00 pm

Cartoon Carnival 
with Joe Bevcartoon carnival logo



Cartoon Carnival Halloween Spooktakular Two, part 1
Guest host Wilfred Graves (Joe Bev) returns to present this two-part special, which includes June Foray as Witch Hazel and Clarence Nash as Donald Duck in the Disney cartoon "Trick or Treat" (1952), Joe Bevilacqua and Lorie Kellogg in "A Halloween Happening" by Daws Butler (2010); "A Different Take on Halloween" by Pedro Pablo Sacristan (2010)

5:00 pm

The Jazz-O-Rama Hour
with Joe Bev jazz-o-rama logo
A Jazz-O-Rama Halloween 
Joe Bev and guest co-host Wilfred Graves (Joe Bev again)
present an hour of spooky 78 RPM records, including:
Hells Bells - Dick Robertson and The New Yorkers (Sid Peltyn and his Orchestra) (February 17, 1933)
Bug-A-Boo - Red Nichols Red Nichols and His Five Pennies (December 10, 1930)
Shivery Stomp - Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra (1929)
Mr. Ghost Goes To Town - Louis Prima And His New Orleans Gang (1936)
The Ghost Of Smokey Joe - Cab Calloway & His Orchestra (1939)
The Headless Horseman - Kay Starr & Billy Butterfield Quintet (1949)
Skeleton In The Closet - Nat Gonella & His Georgians (1937)
The Skeleton in the Closet - Artie Shaw (October 30, 1936)
Skeleton In The Closet - Louis Armstrong with Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra (1936)
Swingin' At The Seance - Dorothy Claire with Glenn Miller And His Orchestra(January 13, 1941)
Dry Bones (Head Bone Connected To The Neck Bone) - Tommy Dorsey Orchestra (1950)
Zombie - Gene Kardos & His Orchestra (1934)
The Goblin Band - Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra (1937)
The Black Cat - Ozzie Nelson And His Orchestra (1937)
Got The Jitters - Don Redman & His Orchestra (1934)
Old Man Moze Is Dead - Louis Armstrong (1935)
The Ghost of Old Man Mose - Harry Gold and His Pieces if Eight (1936)
Old Man Mose Ain't Dead - Nat King Cole Trio (1939)


6:00 pm

The
Comedy-O-Rama Hour
COE LOGO
The Camp Waterlogg Halloween Party part 2 with guest Fred Frees 
On the original improvisational radio theater comedy hour, it's Halloween when Mrs. Terrwilliger, Sgt. Lefty and Olive Pitts think the camp is haunted by the ghost of Pierre Terrwilliger (played by special guest star Fred Frees). Meanwhile, Andy and Lkie get spooky stories instead of candy for trick or treat. Husband and wife team Joe Bev and Kellogg not only produce, direct and write the weekly comedy hour, except for guest star Fred Frees, they improvised all the character's voices, including four the radio cartoons: "Waking Nightmare", "The Evil Goblins", "The Crashed Martian", and "The Creature in the Attic" by Pedro Pablo Sacristan.


7:00 pm

Cartoon Carnival 
with Joe Bevcartoon carnival logo
Cartoon Carnival Halloween Spooktakular Two, part 2
Wilfred Graves (Joe Bev) hosts the final installment of this holiday special, featuring June Foray as Witch Hazel and Mel Blanc as Bugs Bunny in the Warner Brother's cartoon "A Witch's Tangled Hare" (1959), Joe Bev as Willoughby and the Professor in "Squidge Attack!", Chris Allen, Bill Scott, Hans Conried, and Paul Frees in Jay Ward's "Hoppity Hooper" fights ghosts, and the conclusions ofJoe Bevilacqua and Lorie Kellogg in "A Halloween Happening" by Daws Butler (2010) and Joe Bev as Harold Peary in "The Attack of the Creepy Crawly Things from Outer Space" , plus the 1962 novelty song "Monster Mash" by Bobby "Boris" Pickett.


8:00 pm

The Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention Celebrity Interviews
MANC
Boris Karoff on TV & Stage, and Reader's Digest on the Radio 
Author Gordon Shriver talks about Boris Karloff, an actor not only known for the horror movies he appeared in, but Gordon explores an aspect of the actor’s career that is rarely explored: Karloff’s television and Broadway career, 2012,
intercut with Blasts From the Past: "Reader's Digest on the Radio" - Boris Karloff reading four stories: Chung Ling Soo, Shakespeare's Home Town, Dr. Harvey Cushing and Story of the White House, all aired December of 1957. Shriver is the author of Boris Karloff: The Man Remembered. Since his death in 1969, Boris Karloff remains one of Hollywood’s most famous figures. He is still revered for his talent, his many qualities that earned him admiration and respect, and, of course, his landmark role as the Monster in the 1931 movie classic Frankenstein.


9:00 pm

Cartoon Carnival 
with Joe Bevcartoon carnival logo



Cartoon Carnival Halloween Spooktakular One -part 1 
Guest host Wilfred Graves (Joe Bev) presents: June Foray and Mel Blanc in "Broomstick Bunny" (1956); part one of June Foray and Paul Frees in "Snooper and Blabber Meet the Gruesomes" (1966); Allan ReedMel Blanc, Jean VanderPyl, Gerry Johnson, Doug Young, Howard Morris, and Alan Melvin in part one of "The Flintstones: Monster Fred" (1964); Betty Boop sings "Mysterious Mose" (1930). Plus, new Fred Frees as Professor Ludwig Von Watchamacallit and the segments.

10:00 pm

The
Comedy-O-Rama Hour
COE LOGO
The Camp Waterlogg Halloween Party - part 1 with guest Fred Frees
On this original improvisational radio theater comedy hour, Ellis and Elise are installing security cameras around Camp Waterlogg as Andy and Lkie enjoy spooky stories by the guest's of Ranger Joe and Lorie's pre-Halloween party. Meanwhile, Sgt. Lefty and Olive Pitts meet the camp's new dog Sophie, played by real life pet of Joe Bevilacqua and Lorie Kellogg, the married couple, who create Comedy-O-Rama each week. Bev and Kellogg improvised all the character's voices, including four the radio cartoon: "A Different Take on Halloween", "The Brave Boy and the Multicolored Ghost", "The Sweet Witch", and "Katrina the Capricious Witch" by Pedro Pablo Sacristan.


11:00 pm

The J-OTR Show 
with Joe Bev j-OTR SHOW LOGO
War of the Worlds Meets War of the Welles
We Take You Now To Grover's Mill: The Making of the War of the Worlds Broadcast

written, produced, directed, and narrated by Joe Bevilacqua. In this 1988 documentary, award-winning NPR producer Joe Bevilacqua looks at how the landmark broadcast came about and examines its impact on broadcast history. The half-hour program includes rare interviews with Mercury Theater producer John Houseman and writer Howard Koch, actor Arthur Anderson, and the people of Grover's Mill, New Jersey, who lived through the "Martian invasion".
War of the Welles Joe Bev's 1986 parody, part of his Old Time Radio Parodies, Volume Two of The Best of the Comedy-O-Rama Hour. These are not old-time radio shows but incredible simulations!


Mid
night

Audio Classics Archive 
with Terry Salomonson
audio classics archive logo



The War of the Worlds with Orson Welles
The October 30, 1938 Mercury Theatre on the Air that panicked a nation originally aired over the Columbia Broadcasting System radio network. Directed and narrated by actor and future filmmaker Orson Welles, the episode was an adaptation of H. G. Wells's novel The War of the Worlds (1898).

1:00 am

Cartoon Carnival 
with Joe Bevcartoon carnival logo



Cartoon Carnival Halloween Spooktakular One - part 2 
Guest host Wilfred Graves (Joe Bev) presents: "Quick Draw Mc Graw and the Treasure of Sarah's Mattress" (1960); part two of June Foray and Paul Frees in "Snooper and Blabber Meet the Gruesomes" (1966); Allan ReedMel Blanc, Jean VanderPyl, Gerry Johnson, Doug Young, Howard Morris, and Alan Melvin in part two of "The Flintstones: Monster Fred" (1964); Betty Hutton sings "Ol' Man Mose is Dead".

2:00 am

Aroma Thyme Radio withChef Marcus Guilliano audio classics archive logo


Healthy Halloween & Super Fruits 
Aroma Thyme Bistro owner Marcus Guiliano, Chef on a Mission, gives Healthy Halloween tips, and talks about Super Fruits. Pulitzer Prize winning author Alice Walker talks about being true to yourself, and Lorie Kellogg performs "Friends from the Vegetable Patch" by Pedro Pablo Sacristan, and sings the Aroma Thyme Bistro Song, Joe Bevilacqua and Lorie Kellogg improvise with Chef Marcus as their Camp Waterlogg/Comedy-O-Rama Hour characters.

3:00 am

The Lost OTR Show #1
with Joe Bevj-OTR SHOW LOGO



Bulldog Drummond: Murder Visits Venus
& Cisco Kid: 50,000 Reasons for Death Radio 

Theater dramatist Joe Bev presents an hour of recently uncovered old time radio not heard since their original broadcast, some more than 60 years ago. This time, it's Bulldog Drummond: Murder Visits Venus #187 starring Ned Weaver (originally aired on The Mutual Network, Monday, March 19, 1945, 8:30 pm) and Cisco Kid #236: 50,000 Reasons for Death (originally syndicated on transcription disc).

4:00 am

Cartoon Carnival 
with Joe Bevcartoon carnival logo



Cartoon Carnival Halloween Spooktakular Two, part 1
Guest host Wilfred Graves (Joe Bev) returns to present this two-part special, which includes June Foray as Witch Hazel and Clarence Nash as Donald Duck in the Disney cartoon "Trick or Treat" (1952), Joe Bevilacqua and Lorie Kellogg in "A Halloween Happening" by Daws Butler (2010); "A Different Take on Halloween" by Pedro Pablo Sacristan (2010)

5:00 am

The Jazz-O-Rama Hour
with Joe Bev jazz-o-rama logo
A Jazz-O-Rama Halloween 
Joe Bev and guest co-host Wilfred Graves (Joe Bev again)
present an hour of spooky 78 RPM records, including:
Hells Bells - Dick Robertson and The New Yorkers (Sid Peltyn and his Orchestra) (February 17, 1933)
Bug-A-Boo - Red Nichols Red Nichols and His Five Pennies (December 10, 1930)
Shivery Stomp - Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra (1929)
Mr. Ghost Goes To Town - Louis Prima And His New Orleans Gang (1936)
The Ghost Of Smokey Joe - Cab Calloway & His Orchestra (1939)
The Headless Horseman - Kay Starr & Billy Butterfield Quintet (1949)
Skeleton In The Closet - Nat Gonella & His Georgians (1937)
The Skeleton in the Closet - Artie Shaw (October 30, 1936)
Skeleton In The Closet - Louis Armstrong with Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra (1936)
Swingin' At The Seance - Dorothy Claire with Glenn Miller And His Orchestra(January 13, 1941)
Dry Bones (Head Bone Connected To The Neck Bone) - Tommy Dorsey Orchestra (1950)
Zombie - Gene Kardos & His Orchestra (1934)
The Goblin Band - Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra (1937)
The Black Cat - Ozzie Nelson And His Orchestra (1937)
Got The Jitters - Don Redman & His Orchestra (1934)
Old Man Moze Is Dead - Louis Armstrong (1935)
The Ghost of Old Man Mose - Harry Gold and His Pieces if Eight (1936)
Old Man Mose Ain't Dead - Nat King Cole Trio (1939)


6:00 am

The
Comedy-O-Rama Hour
COE LOGO
The Camp Waterlogg Halloween Party part 2 with guest Fred Frees 
On the original improvisational radio theater comedy hour, it's Halloween when Mrs. Terrwilliger, Sgt. Lefty and Olive Pitts think the camp is haunted by the ghost of Pierre Terrwilliger (played by special guest star Fred Frees). Meanwhile, Andy and Lkie get spooky stories instead of candy for trick or treat. Husband and wife team Joe Bev and Kellogg not only produce, direct and write the weekly comedy hour, except for guest star Fred Frees, they improvised all the character's voices, including four the radio cartoons: "Waking Nightmare", "The Evil Goblins", "The Crashed Martian", and "The Creature in the Attic" by Pedro Pablo Sacristan.


7:00 am

Cartoon Carnival 
with Joe Bevcartoon carnival logo
Cartoon Carnival Halloween Spooktakular Two, part 2
Wilfred Graves (Joe Bev) hosts the final installment of this holiday special, featuring June Foray as Witch Hazel and Mel Blanc as Bugs Bunny in the Warner Brother's cartoon "A Witch's Tangled Hare" (1959), Joe Bev as Willoughby and the Professor in "Squidge Attack!", Chris Allen, Bill Scott, Hans Conried, and Paul Frees in Jay Ward's "Hoppity Hooper" fights ghosts, and the conclusions ofJoe Bevilacqua and Lorie Kellogg in "A Halloween Happening" by Daws Butler (2010) and Joe Bev as Harold Peary in "The Attack of the Creepy Crawly Things from Outer Space" , plus the 1962 novelty song "Monster Mash" by Bobby "Boris" Pickett.


8:00 am

The Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention Celebrity Interviews
MANC
Boris Karoff on TV & Stage, and Reader's Digest on the Radio 
Author Gordon Shriver talks about Boris Karloff, an actor not only known for the horror movies he appeared in, but Gordon explores an aspect of the actor’s career that is rarely explored: Karloff’s television and Broadway career, 2012,
intercut with Blasts From the Past: "Reader's Digest on the Radio" - Boris Karloff reading four stories: Chung Ling Soo, Shakespeare's Home Town, Dr. Harvey Cushing and Story of the White House, all aired December of 1957. Shriver is the author of Boris Karloff: The Man Remembered. Since his death in 1969, Boris Karloff remains one of Hollywood’s most famous figures. He is still revered for his talent, his many qualities that earned him admiration and respect, and, of course, his landmark role as the Monster in the 1931 movie classic Frankenstein.

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