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Title:
Tales from the crypt
Publication Information:
Minneapolis, MN : HighBridge, [2002]

©2002
Physical Description:
4 audio discs (5 hrs.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
SCIFI.COM's Seeing Ear Theatre's audio drama of the fantastic teams up with Tales from the crypt to bring you an all-new full-cast series based on the original EC comic books.
General Note:
"7 fully dramatized episodes"--container.

"An original presentation from Scifi.com's Seeing Ear Theatre"--container.

Compact disc.
Language:
English
Contents:
Disc 1. Island of death / Tony Daniel -- A little stranger / Greg Cox -- Disc 2. Tight grip / Tony Daniel and Brian Smith -- By the fright of the silvery moon / Raquel Starace -- Disc. 3. Zombie! / Tish Benson and Tony Daniel -- Disc 4. Carrion death / James Patrick Kelly -- Fare tonight, followed by increasing clottiness! / Andrew Joffe.
ISBN:
9781565116740
UPC:
9781565116740
Format :
Audiobook on CD

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Summary

Tales from the Crypt, audio dramas based on the original EC comic books, are never-before-produced thrillers that have been created with Seeing Ear Theatre's signature mix of superb story-telling and cutting edge sound effects. Well-known performers include Luke Perry, Oliver Platt, Gina Gershon, Tim Curry, Campbell Scott, and John Ritter, with music by Danny Elfman, Jack Wohl, and Ohad Taylor. The seven episodes include "Island of Death," "A Little Stranger," "Tight Grip," "Zombie ," "Fare Tonight Followed by Increasing Clottiness," "Carrion Death," and "By the Fright of the Silvery Moon."


Summary

The seven episodes include: Island Of Death; A Little Stranger; Tight Grip; Zombie!; Fare Tonight Followed By Increasing Clottiness; Carrion Death; and By The Fright Of The Silvery Moon. Well-known performers include Luke Perry, Oliver Platt, Gina Gershon, Tim Curry, Campbell Scott, and John Ritter, with music by Danny Elfman, Jack Wohl, and Ohad Taylor.