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Drama of psychological terror
inspired by the classic silent film

produced in digital stereo

The Hollywood Theater of the Ear. 1998
Featuring John de Lancie
with Jane Carr, Robertson Dean, Kaitlin Hopkins, Tony Jay, James Otis, Lorna Raver and Cesare the Somnambulist
Written, produced and directed by Yuri Rasovsky

Winner: Independent Publishers Award - Audio
for best "direct to audio" production of 1998
 
"This superb audio is eerily atmospheric and entertaining..." The Los Angeles Times
 
"The plot shook me. I choose not to give away one blessed word of this incredible experience. It was very nearly orgasmic." AudioFile
 
"...charming and more than a trifle spooky." Frank Johnson, Audio Diversions
" . . . a hair-raising romp faithful to old-style radio, a 3-D aural experience stuffed with clopping horses, weird carnival music, creaking doors and a solid cast headlined by Star Trek alumnus John de Lancie. Among the best moments are the weird sotto voce mutterings of Cesare, the pale undead creature at the heart of the cryptic story. One can easily imagine the somnambulist's dire predictions falling from faintly vibrating powder-blue lips."
The Austin American Statesman 
 

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