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Monday, October 1, 2013
The Comedy-O-Rama Hour
The Camp Waterlogg Halloween Party, part 1
On this week's original improvisational radio theater comedy hour, Ellis and Elise are installing security cameras around Camp Waterlogg as Andy and Lkie enjoy spooky stories by the guest's of Ranger Joe and Lorie's pre-Halloween party. Meanwhile, Sgt. Lefty and Olive Pitts meet the camp's new dog Sophie.
The scenes feature the real life pet of Joe Bevilacqua and Lorie Kellogg. The married couple, who create Comedy-O-Rama each week, rescued nine month old border collie Sophie Tucker last October.
Bev and Kellogg improvised all the character's voices, including four the radio cartoon: "A Different Take on Halloween", "The Brave Boy and the Multicolored Ghost", "The Sweet Witch", and "Katrina the Capricious Witch" by Pedro Pablo Sacristan.
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
The Jazz-O-Rama Hour
Popeye Meets Betty Boop: The 78s of Billy Costello and Helen Kane
I Wanna Be Loved By You - Helen Kane (1928)
I'm Pop-eye the Sailor Man - Billy Costello (1935)
Man on the Flying Trapeze - Billy Costello (1934)
Button Up Your Overcoat Helen Kane (1929)
The Teddy Bear's Picnic - Billy Costello (1935)
hat's Why I'm Happy - Helen Kane (1929)
Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing - Billy Costello (1935)
I Have to Have You - Helen Kane (1929)
Good Ship Yakihiki Dooda - Billy Costello (1935)
My Man is on the Make - Helen Kane (1930)
Nagasaki - Billy Costello (1935)
I Want to Be Bad - Helen Kane (1929)
Dinah - Billy Costello (1935)
Dangerous Nan McGrew - Helen Kane (1930)
Tiger Rag - Billy Costello (1935)
Wednesday, October 23,2013
The Joe Bev Experience
Yabba Dabba Doo! Chapter 1 & Scenes from the Daws Butler Workshop #15
Bev presents the autobiography of the voice of Fred Flintstone, brought to life in radio theater style by veteran radio-theater producer Joe Bevilacqua and Alan Reed Jr., featuring rare interviews with Alan Reed himself, an interview with Joe Barbera, and clips from Reed's radio, TV, and film career, including The Fred Allen Show, The Shadow, The Life of Riley, Life with Luigi, Duffy's Tavern, The Postman Always Rings Twice, Viva Zapata, Breakfast at Tiffany's, and The Flintstones. This is an enhanced unabridged audiobook of the print book, which can be purchased from Blackstone Audio at: http://www.downpour.com/
Also, on the hour, a new installment of Scenes from the Daws Butler Workshop, in which Joe Bev presents scripts written by his mentor, the voice of Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, Elroy Jetson, Cap'n Crunch and other cartoon characters.
The 17 1/2 hour Daws Butler Collection (audiobook) is available at: http://www.downpour.com/
Thursday, October 24, 2013
Halloween Spooktakular, part 2
Guest host Wilfred Graves (Joe Bev.) presents: "Quick Draw Mc Graw and the Treasure of Sarah's Mattress" (1960); part two of June Foray and Paul Frees in "Snooper and Blabber Meet the Gruesomes" (1966); Allan Reed, Mel Blanc, Jean VanderPyl, Gerry Johnson, Doug Young, Howard Morris, and Alan Melvin in part two of "The Flintstones:
As the protege of cartoon voice legend Daws Butler (Yogi Bear), the veteran award-winning broadcaster (NPR, XM Radio) Joe Bevilacqua is no stranger to the cartoon world. Joe Bev even co-authored his mentor’s authorized biography, “Daws Butler, Characters Actor”, available at BearManorMedia.Com.
From Mel Blanc to June Foray, from Disney to Hanna-Barbera, “Cartoon Carnival” is a lively hour of rare and classic cartoon audio, children’s records, cartoon music and sound effects, new radio cartoons, interviews and mini-documentaries about the wonderful world of animation.
Friday, October 25, 2013
The Joe Bev Audio Theater
Attack of the Creepy Crawly Things from Outer Space by Justin Felix / Halloween Happening by Daws Butler part 1
Based on a short story appearing in Bear ManorMedia book, It's That Time Again: The New Stories of Oldtime Radio volume 1. It is the first radio play to feature Honest Harold, from The Harold Peary show, which made its CBS debut on September 9, 1950.
The new radio play was produced and directed by Joe Bevilacqua, and performed by Bevilacqua and Lorie Kellogg.
Herman Tompkins is a snob. He has much more important things to do with his time than sit around chatting with people. In fact, he prides himself on having absolutely no “small talk” in him. Heck, he doesn’t even have any medium talk in him. Naturally, Herman avoids social gatherings at all costs, including, and especially, parties. He is, what you might call in technical terms, a “party pooper.” So when Herman and his wife Beulah are invited to the annual Halloween bash at their friend Marilyn’s house his unequivocal answer is no. But you know how it is with married couples. On Halloween night Herman and Beulah are on their way to Marilyn’s house, in the middle of a torrential downpour no less. But Beulah has a special surprise for Herman on this stormy Halloween night. She knows very well that they will not be arriving at Marilyn’s house at all, but another more secluded location along the way. This is the night that Beulah is finally going to reveal to her husband exactly who, and what, she is.
If there was an award for best husband and wife narrating team, I think the clear winners would be Joe Bevilacqua and Lorie Kellogg. Come to think of it, why isn’t there an award for best husband and wife narrating team? Somebody needs to look into that. Anyway, individually, Joe and Lorie are both extremely talented voice artists. They can both do lots of entertaining voices, not just characterizations but whole personalities, and they both have a fine flair for drama, satire, and comedy. Put them together and, well, need I say more? If you haven’t heard these two at work, you’re missing out on something special. - Steven Brandt, Audiobook Heaven
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