The Joe Bev Sunday Edition
The Joe Bev Audio Theater
& The Green Lama - part 1
First, selections from Pedro's Cartoons: Fractured Fables in Famous Animated Voices, written by Pedro Pablo Sacristan, produced, directed and voiced by Joe Bevilacqua, with additional voices by Lorie Kellogg.
Joe Bev presents the stories as if it was a day of TV cartoons, including:
1. "Big Mouth Fox": Fibber Fox and Hokey Wolf
2. "Playing with the Sun": Mr. Jinks
3. "The Cloud Eating Giant": Huckleberry Hound
4. "A Warm Whale": Cap'n Crunch
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New & Old Time Radio Collection, Vol 1 - 3
Joe Bev has created the first new Green Lama radio adventure since 1949. More than three years after the demise of his comic book, the Green Lama was resurrected for a short-lived CBS radio series that ran for 11 episodes from June 5 to August 20, 1949, with the character's voice provided by Paul Frees. This version of the Green Lama was also written by creator Kendell Foster Crossen, along with several co-writers.
Over 100 audio titles are now available by Joe Bev at:
A Joe Bev Audio Theater Sampler,
Vol. 1 - 4
The New Old-Time Radio Hour: “Fibber McGee” and “Duffy’s Tavern”
The New Stories of Old-Time Radio: Volume One, Set One
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OLD TIME RADIO COLLECTIONS
"A fast paced thrill seeking experience takes us listeners in search for Atlantis that grips a sense of well played imaginative proportion. The extremely talented voices of Joe Bevilacqua has an infectious attitude as he smoothly breaths life into an escapade of non-stop entertainment. Joe sets the scene for a performance of enhanced sound effects with the back drop of music scores that play an important role in this audio drama's success. He is an award winning radio theater personality who really shines with affluence with his unique and creative influence in 'Ancient Rising: Book 1'. Highly recommended." New Review for Waterlogg Productions Ancient Rising Audio Book
"I could not have liked it more. Wonderful! It was like getting to hear a new (OTR) episode. You are a fine actor. You should have a great career reading many books. I have never heard anyone do it better." - Jim Harmon, author and radio historian.