CRT'S DRAMA TITLES - PG. 4

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THE RED BADGE OF COURAGE

 

Bored with farm life, and anxious for some excitement, Henry Fleming sets off to join the Union troops fighting the Civil War. An inexperienced fighter, he is anxious to get into battle to prove his patriotism and courage. He swaggers to keep his spirits up waiting for battle, but when suddenly thrust into the slaughter he is overcome with blind fear and runs from the battle field. He is ashamed when he runs into some wounded men from the front, for he has not earned their "red badge of courage" and becomes devastated when he witnesses the death of his terribly maimed friend. In a confused struggle with his own army and retreating soldiers, he is wounded but not by enemy gunfire. In an effort to redeem himself in his own eyes, he begins to fight frantically and, in the heat of battle, automatically seizes the regiments colors in a daring charge that proves him truly courageous.

 


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THE THINKING MACHINE

Lincoln Clark stars as Professor Augustus Van Dusen, the 'Thinking Machine,' - an eccentric scientist with superior mental powers, who insists that logic will solve any problem.  He has an assistant, the clever newspaper reporter Hutchinson Hatch (Joe Caliendo Jr.), who brings him cases.  The escapades of Professor Van Dusen provide a splendid romp for all lovers of traditional mysteries.  Produced by the award winning Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air, these two classic mysteries are presented with a full cast, sound effects and music.  

 

Includes:

  • The Problem of Dressing Room "A"

  • The Phantom Motor


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TOBY TYLER (or Ten Weeks With a Circus)

 

Classic story of a little orphan boy who runs away to join the circus, only to learn that his new employer is a cruel taskmaster. A story that will tug on the heartstrings of listeners of all ages as they enter the world of an old-time traveling circus.


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THE BOZEMAN TRAIL And The Fetterman Massacre

 

Had it not been for Custer's defeat at the Little Big Horn, the story of The Bozeman Trail and the Fetterman Massacre would be known to every American today as one of our worst military disasters.  While it was a defeat for the U.S. Calvary, it was a victory for all the Native Americans, for after the battle, Red Cloud signed a peace agreement with the U.S. and "For the first time in its history the United States Government had negotiated a peace which conceded everything demanded by the enemy and which extracted nothing in return."

 

Here is the story of that battle, dramatized for audio by the award winning Colonial Radio Theatre.  Complete with a full cast, music score, and thousands of sound effects, this production will put you in the middle of the action.

 


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