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PoeForevermore Radio Theater Volume One

By: Mark Redfield,Tony Tsendeas,Edgar Allan Poe
Narrated by: Mark Redfield,Caroline Munro,Jennifer Rouse,J.R. Lyston,Chris Pfingsten
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Publisher's Summary

Four tales of terror from the pen of Edgar Allan Poe dramatized with sound effects and original music! In this PoeForevermore Radio Theater Volume One collection: Mark Redfield performs the nameless narrator in “The Tell-Tale Heart - A Monologue”. 

Redfield (Montessor) then walls-up Chris Pfingsten (Fortunato) in “The Cask of Amontillado”, a tale of cold revenge dramatized by Tony Tsendeas. 

Beautiful Caroline Munro is walled-up with a feline friend in our swinging-London version of “The Black Cat 1969”. 

And in “Valdemar” Jennifer Rouse (Mrs. Valdemar) tells of how J. R. Lyston (her husband, M. Valdemar) tried to cheat death! Adaptations and direction by Mark Redfield. “The Cask of Amontillado” adapted by Tony Tsendeas. 

Original Music and Sound Design by Jennifer Rouse.

Public Domain (P)2020 Oasis Audio

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