Howard Koch: War of the Worlds



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Cters as well but he does meglomania really wellGates McFadden s role as the news correspondent was a nice break from the all male cast She did an excellent job sort of reminded me of an Audrea Hepburn performance There s a short interview with Gates at the end of the production where she explained she had to take inspiration from female actors of the time post WWII because there were no female new correspondents for her to draw pon She doesn t name the actresses who inspired her performance but I imagine Hepburn would have been oneAs for Wil Wheaton I could not for the life of me pick out his voice among the cast but he is listed I shouldn t be too surprised because he did an amazing job of creating distinct voices for multiple characters in the last audiobook Armada that I listened too So great jobKudos all around I m not sure this really counts as a book since it s an audio drama like the Orson Welles radio play but it was adapted from a book and I got it from the library It was cool hearing all the Star Trek peeps doing the voices in The 1938 broadcast of an eyewitness report of an invasion from Mars caused a nationwide panic in 1938 Originally performed by Orson Welles and his Mercury Theatre of

Interesting I am biased I admit this includes so many of my favorite people Having Star Trek actors narrate an audio theatre production of The War of the Worlds I was guaranteed to like this Everyone did a great job of bringing the original Orson Welles radio drama to life and I particularly got a kick out of hearing Leonard Nimoy s voice again I have always wondered what the radio presentation of War of the Worlds had been like Now I know and it is marvelous The only thing keeping this from being five stars is a lack of build Danny Orlis and the Alaskan Highway Adventure up and tension Had this truly been live with gaps for news and music and the like I would have felt anxious or panicked as the original audience would have I cannderstand why it was condensed but it still took away from the story slightly This was a wonderful 60 minutes of some of my favorite Trek actors doing what they do best acting It was a little bitter sweet listening to Leonard Nimoy but he was marvoulus and Brent Spiner was spectacularly creepy when he gave voice to the crazy survivor he voices other chara. Join actors from Star Trek and Star Trek The Next Generation as they recreate this classic radio thriller The breathless pace and convincing details make it clear while.

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T Strangely enough I found Brent Spiner to be the weak link Gates McFadden seems to be doing a Katharine Hepburn imitation almost And I couldn t tell you who Wil Wheaton played But Nimoy was good Lots of fun here Amazing how long ago this was written in serial form This was a remake of the radio show that terrorized many in 1938 with Orson Welles Mercury Theatre radio performance on Halloween What was touching about this was that Leonard Nemoy was part of the performance A recreation of the classic War of the Worlds broadcast told by the legends of Star TrekNot a book but I wanted to record it here so I did not forget that I had a chance to enjoy this wonderful audioThe classic tale made all the better by better technology and better acting than the original very enjoyable way to listen to this classic story This was the audiobook I listened to which is an adaptation of War of the worlds by HG Wells with Leonard Nimoy and in it It was a pretty good audiobook Be sure to find this audiobook at your local library and wherever books are sol. He Air War of the World's is truly the mother of all space invasions offering a rare combination of chills thrills and great literature Directed by TNG's John de Lancie.

Howard E Koch was an American playwright and screenwriter who was blacklisted by the Hollywood movie studio bosses in the 1950s