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THE EYES OF THAR: THE EYES OF THAR (SCI-FI) For this episode from Pulp-Pourri Theatre's fourth season, we journey to the Red Planet for a weird sci-fi adventure that takes place both under the surface and in a completely different universe. It's called "The Eyes of...

THE EYES OF THAR: THE EYES OF THAR (SCI-FI) For this episode from Pulp-Pourri Theatre's fourth season, we journey to the Red Planet for a weird sci-fi adventure that takes place both under the surface and in a completely different universe. It's called "The Eyes of...

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THE EYES OF THAR: THE EYES OF THAR (SCI-FI) For this episode from Pulp-Pourri Theatre's fourth season, we journey to the Red Planet for a weird sci-fi adventure that takes place both under the surface and in a completely different universe. It's called "The Eyes of...

FromMoonlight Audio Theatre

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41 minutes
Released:
Jan 11, 2021
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Podcast Episode

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THE EYES OF THAR (SCI-FI) For this episode from Pulp-Pourri Theatre's fourth season, we journey to the Red Planet for a weird sci-fi adventure that takes place both under the surface and in a completely different universe. It's called "The Eyes of Thar" and was penned by that prolific pulpster, Henry Kuttner. Kuttner lived a short life, dying in 1958 at the age of 42, but in that time he published dozens of short stories for the pulps, 18 or more novels, and just as many stories for the Golden-Age Green Lantern comic book series. If you haven't heard of Kuttner, perhaps you've read a story published under one of 17 different pseudonyms; his contemporaries felt he'd been cheated out of his well-deserved fame, because his fans didn't know he'd written so many stories under so many names. "The Eyes of Thar" was originally published under the Kuttner name in the Fall 1944 issue of Planet Stories. The adaptation was written by Pete Lutz in 2014 and recorded in 2016, with some pick-up lines recorded in 2017. Ms. Morizawa's introduction was recorded in 2017. Stay tuned after the episode to hear a very special announcement for a worthy organization. CAST: GUEST INTRODUCTION by Julia Morizawa of "The Bright Sessions" podcast ANNOUNCER, QUIANA, and THE CREATURE: Kristy Glick SAMUEL DANTAN and THE SHAMAN: Pete Lutz   Musical score composed and performed by Tom Rory Parsons Post-production and sound design by MJ Cogburn Pulp-Pourri Theatre theme composed and performed by Rich Wentworth Opening announcements by Gene Lutz and Rich Wentworth
Released:
Jan 11, 2021
Format:
Podcast Episode