Wednesday, January 11, 2012

New Review for Son of Harpo Speaks! A Family Portrait

Another great review!

Son of Harpo Speaks!
A Family Portrait

Written & Narrated By Bill Marx
Produced by Joe Bevilacqua

"A pleasant surprise"
 "I have long been a fan of Harpo Marx, having read Harpo Speaks, so I was naturally curious as to the point of view of his son. I bought the book on a lark, hoping that it would be, if not at least interesting, then perhaps it would have some funny family stories. To my delight, the book was insightful, fun and yes, interesting. Bill Marx has a good speaking voice and the stories are presented in a way that make you feel as if you are sitting on the couch in his home, sipping a warm beverage and speaking to him in person. I enjoyed it and am very happy that I have this in my collection. I will recommend this to friends and know that they will enjoy it as much as I have."  
- J.A., Audible listener, Salt Lake City, UT, USA, 01-06-12


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"The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes"

Voiced by Alan Reed Jr. with Bill Marx as Fred Allen, commentary by Joe Bevilacqua
 An audio biography/documentary with rare interviews of Alan Reed and Joe Barbera,
re-mastered audio of Reed's radio, TV and film work. 
 "Clip-filled tribute to a master character actor"
A lively tribute to the life of character actor and cartoon voice Alan Reed, spiced by background music and audio clips of radio/TV shows and movies. Most of it is read by Alan Reed Jr. (whose father had died in 1977) but there are some bits spoken by Reed himself from 1970s interviews. Joe Barbera is heard commenting on Alan's work with The Flintstones (as Fred) and the creation of the series. Bill Marx narrates some letters Fred Allen wrote to Reed.

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