Experience one of television's greatest science fiction series: The Twilight Zone. This collection of episodes is fully dramatized for audio and features a full cast, music, sound effects, and narration by some of today's biggest celebrities.
"Five Characters in Search of an Exit", starring Jason Alexander: A clown, a hobo, a ballet dancer, a bagpipe player, and an army major are trapped in a cylindrical room. They don't know who they are or how they got there, and their only hope is to escape to find the truth.
"The Arrival", starring Blair Underwood: A plane lands safely, but all its passengers, its pilot, and its crew are missing. When a veteran FAA investigator is called upon to solve the mystery, his own past provides the answer.
"Queen of the Nile", starring Kate Jackson: A young, handsome columnist is startled to learn that famous movie star Pamela Morris looks just as lovely and young today as when she starred in the film Queen of the Nile, which was made decades ago. Intrigued, he investigates - and by doing so learns a terrifying secret.
"I Dream of Genie", starring Hal Sparks: George P. Hanley has never had much success in life. But when he rubs a magic Arabian lamp, a genie emerges and grants him one wish, which sets him to imagining all kinds of possibilities.
"It's a Good Life", starring Mike Starr: Anthony is a six-year-old boy from a little town who knows your every thought. He can feel your every emotion. He can eliminate all you hold dear. Don't be bad or he'll wish you away into the cornfields.
"The Masks", starring Stan Freberg: Knowing he is about to die, a rich old man summons his greedy heirs to his mansion and gives them each the inheritance they so richly deserve.
Cosa ne pensano gli iscritti
- Trekkie Monster
I've bought all of the Twilight Zone Radio Drama's up to and including this volume and all have been superbly produced and performed.
If I have one minor niggle it covers the whole series and not just this specific volume. They tend to use the same twenty or so main actors some of whom have very distinct voices. When you hear the same voice for the fourth or fifth episode it starts to spoil ones ability to get lost in the tale as you end up thinking about other episodes or the voice in general, especially if like me you find one voice in particular really grates on you. But like I say that really is a teeny-tiny niggle.
So that's eleven volumes down and I think there's twenty nine or so in total. I'd better get myself some credits and start on volume twelve! :D
Highly recommended for sci-fi, fantasy and suspense fans.
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