"Do you dare to go down into...THE CELLAR?"
Welcome to Episode Four of our all-new horror/suspense anthology series! Our stories are either original, or inspired by, or adapted from pulp fiction and classic literature. Season One of THE CELLAR already has 17 episodes written and cast, with 24 total episodes planned. Expect eerie or suspenseful tales from authors such as Ray Bradbury, August Derleth, Henry Kuttner and Robert Bloch! Not only these, but you can expect an audio adaptation of a weird Grand Guignol play, Pete Lutz's own adaptation of a play by Eugene O'Neill, plus several original tales from Pete and guest playwright Mark Slade. The possibilities are endless, the thrills are non-stop, and the stories are the best possible ones we could find and/or create.
With that in mind we proudly present "The Evil Twin" by R. Anthony, one of several pen names for pulp-fiction writer Anthony M. Rud, adapted by Pete Lutz. It concerns a prominent doctor and surgeon, treating a young man who is...more than he seems. Enjoy!
ANNOUNCER: Graham Rowat
CADAVERA QUIVRY (Your Ghostly Host): Angela Young
DR PAUL BRENNEN: Joe Stofko
JOHN PENDLETON: Jonathan Montgomery
DR FREDERICK HOFFMAN: Curt Johnson
NURSE CUMMINGS: Debby Leal-Ramirez
NURSE AYALA: Tanja Milojevic
DUTY NURSE: Sarah Golding
DR HALLER: Rachel Rumler
"The Cellar" theme by Tom Rory Parsons
Sound effects from freesound dot org and the public domain
"The Cellar" was conceived, produced and directed by Pete Lutz, and stars the Narada Radio Company. This is a 63audio production, mixed and mastered in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Episode 4 -- "Rommel's Treasure", The Goon Show
Welcome to Old-Time Radio Essentials, a new podcast wherein a specific episode from a selected OTR series is presented, and then discussed by three co-hosts: Pete Lutz, Jane St. John and Paul Arbisi; to determine whether or not it meets the following criteria:
1. Is it truly representative of that series? (Can anyone point to it and say, "Yes, that is what [NAME OF SERIES] was all about.")
2. Is it an episode worthy of inclusion in any and every OTR aficionado's private collection?
So with this in mind, we three bring you, as our fourth installment (and Pete's choice), this episode of The Goon Show from 1955. We'll introduce the show, play it in its entirety, then discuss it at length. Thanks for joining us, and we hope you enjoy it!
To comment or give suggestions for future discussions, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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