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Interstate Audio- Adventure Volume 1

Jim French

Verlag: GDL Multimedia, 2006
ISBN 10: 1602450110 / ISBN 13: 9781602450110
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Titel: Interstate Audio- Adventure Volume 1

Verlag: GDL Multimedia

Erscheinungsdatum: 2006

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Inhaltsangabe: These shows began airing in Seattle, Washington in 1972, with performances by major Hollywood guest stars, including John Astin, Eddie Bracken, Hans Conreid, Bob Crane, Patty Duke, Russell Johnson (the Professor on Gilligan's Island), Kurt Kasznar, Ruta Lee, Roddy MacDowall, Richard Sanders (of WKRP in Cincinatti), Tom Smothers, and Keenan Wynn. National syndication began in 1996. This led to coveted media awards and honors by BBC Radio.


The Diogenes Syndrome: A blow to the head erases a mans ability to lie ever.

Pleasantville: After being assaulted on the street a man awakens in a delightful small town with a nagging feeling that something is not right.

Power Failure: Two men are trapped in an elevator during a thunderstorm, one a claustrophobic U.S. Marshal and the other his handcuffed prisoner.


Last Chance: Lost in the desert, on his last legs, a fleeing felon considers suicide until he encounters unlikely opposition.

The Offering of the Gulls: An American expatriate gets involved in a tale of Spanish Gold, an old Mexican Padre, and the sea gulls that lead one of them to his death.

Flight Plan: A girl, a gun, and a crash landing make for a lousy day as our private hero finds out.

Über den Autor: At the age of eight, Jim French knew what he wanted to do with his life: he wanted to be a radio announcer. With this seemingly impossible goal tucked in the back of his mind, he turned a room over the family garage into a make-believe radio studio and broadcast into tomato-can microphones mounted on broomsticks. He practiced announcing by reading out loud from magazines he had stashed in the bathroom. His pretending paid off six years later. It was 1943, most radio announcers were fighting in WW2, and Jim got a job playing piano and announcing on KPAS in Pasadena, California, a mile away from his home. From that time on, Jim was seldom without some connection to radio. Carl Bailey, his mentor at KPAS (now KRLA) arranged for Jim to do dance remotes from the Pasadena Civic Ballroom, where he broadcast a half hour of live big band music by such orchestras as Les Brown, Jimmy Dorsey, Stan Kenton and other well known groups of the time. Jim was just sixteen.

When he entered the Army, it was only a few months before he was sent to Japan with the occupation troops, and there he got assigned to an Armed Forces Radio Service outlet in the city of Kokura. It was while there, doing several DJ and live music shows, that he was assigned to write a weekly dramatizaton of the week's news, using the station's announcers as the actors.

Returning to civilian live in 1948, Jim teamed up with a college chum to write scripts for the CBS radio series Suspense and the Dick Powell Theatre. But his real interest still lay in announcing, and in 1949 he left Pasadena City College to take his first fulltime announce job at a local station. During this period he became engaged to Patricia Anne Soule, who had come to town from the University of Washington on an acting scholarship to the Pasadena Playhouse. They were married in Seattle in 1950, and spent the next two years in Honolulu, where they did a morning show, Over The Coffee Cups With The Frenches, and Jim honed his interviewing skills on a series of audience shows.

Back in Seattle in 1952, Jim worked on the air at KING-AM and KING-TV with his own daily audience show, then to KIRO and KVI. It was at KVI that he began producing radio dramas on a weekly basis. Moving back to KIRO in 1980, he continued writing and directing dramas for a weekly series called KIRO Mystery Playhouse, and in in 1995, TransMedia, the syndicating company, began sending his radio plays around the country under the title of Imagination Theatre.

Jim has written and produced nearly 500 original shows, including the popular Harry Nile& and The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes series, which are now broadcast on over 120 stations in the U.S. and Canada, and are also heard on the XM Satellite Radio system all over North America. Playing acting roles in some of Jim's dramas have been such stars as Patty Duke, Tom Smothers, Keenan Wynn, Roddy MacDowall, Ruta Lee, John Astin, Richard Sanders, and many, many others.

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