Originally released in November 2013, this is the absolute last original episode from the archives that we can post. And to be honest I didn't want to release this one because the sound quality is not up to our current standards. But I've had it cleaned up a bit by Steve Blizin of the Drift and Ramble podcast (check his show out on iTunes, it's awesome), and I think it's ready to be heard (again). At the very least, it's here for continuity, and it has historical value (to show what we used to sound like, I guess).
Here's our cast:
Dana Gonsalves as Larry Halder, Micah Blain as Lieutenant Rodson, Wendy Sauer as Mildred, Pete Lutz as Tony Cintrella, Geri Elliff as Clara Lorn, and Andres Elizondo II as Nick Tanner. Additional voices were supplied by Kevin Schuster, Larry Hutchison, and Jordan Bruster-Campo....Your announcer was Lisa Ayala.
”What Bleeds is What Leads” was originally published as the short story “Red Dawn” by Don James, and appeared in the September 1946 issue of “Dime Mystery Magazine”. It was adapted by Pete Lutz, who also directed and produced this program.
One of the many special features that appear between-the-acts of episodes of Pulp-Pourri Theatre is the Philboyd Studge Interview: our intrepid reporter travels the globe, chatting with interesting, yet wholly fictitious, people who might have an unusual occupation; or an unusual name; or own a business with an unusual name. In search of the unusual, that's our Philboyd! Here they are, in order of appearance, beginning with his first one with a crack-filler on Mount Rushmore. The final interview is a never-before-released chat with a conspiracy theorist, conducted especially for this compilation. Enjoy!
Recording of a live performance of the Narada Radio Company, at RealmsCon 2015 in Corpus Christi, TX. Originally released 10/30/15, on archive dot org, in honor of World Audio Drama Day.
Our production has all the earmarks of a live performance: people coughing, folks walking in and out of the room, etc. Try not to let that distract you too much.
"Inner Sanctum Mysteries: Death of a Doll" was originally broadcast on NBC radio in October 1948.
CAST OF CHARACTERS:
An entry in the Sonic Summerstock Playhouse for 2016, "Good Ghost" was reenacted from a 1948 episode of the classic radio show "Quiet, Please".
We honor the passing of our friend and shipmate, Bill Hollweg, fellow audio drama producer and a very sweet, very generous man.
ANNOUNCER: Dana Gonsalves
ERNEST CHAPPELL/GUS: Pete Lutz
THE VOICE: Merilee Robinson
SCHUSTER: Carl Yowell
ADA: Debby Leal
ROLLO: Skeeter Ullman
Originally released 11/20/15, "Right Number, Wrong Party", Episode 2 of Season Three of Pulp-Pourri Theatre, is an original play by Jack J. Ward, one of two guest playwrights for this season. It is the story of a hero cop with feet of clay, and a phone call that never should have been answered. Music by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech dot com. Starring the Narada Radio Company. Pulp-Pourri Theatre theme composed and performed by Rich Wentworth. Special features between-the-acts were written by Pete Lutz.
CAST OF RIGHT NUMBER, WRONG PARTY:
HOST: Pete Lutz
ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala
BENNETT HADLEY: Julio Herrera
KITTERSTEIN: Maurice Curran
TELEPHONE OPERATOR/911 OPERATOR: Kristy Glick
SHARON HADLEY: Ophelia McBride
WAITER: Jim Baldridge Garst
COLIN PARRISH: George Hatfield
LOUDSPEAKER VOICE: Nancy Gaugler
SPECIAL FEATURES CAST:
"Extreme Laundry Folding Competition" Segments:
ANNOUNCER: Darren Rockhold
PHILBOYD STUDGE: Pete Lutz
POLLY COTTEN: Aileen Corpos
SGT MAJOR TIM PLAIT WHISTLE: HMCM Mark Hacala, USN (Ret)
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