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    Mark Twain's "Letter To Santa Claus" Read By Mark Redfield (Ep 22-12)

    Mark Twain's "Letter To Santa Claus" Read By Mark Redfield (Ep 22-12)

    Santa Claus. For most of the year he and his helpers toil and on one day, Christmas Eve, he and his reindeer race the globe delivering toys, candy and things to good children the world over.

    In this collection of short fiction, a letter and two poems, Mark Redfield narrates three American voices on the subject of Jolly Old Saint Nick.

    “Letter From Santa Clause” by Mark Twain is and actual letter that Twain wrote and left one Christmas morning to his daughter. An expression of a father’s love.

    In the delightful poem “The Boy Who Laughed at Santa Claus” American humorist Ogden Nash tells the story of a very naughty boy from Baltimore who wasn’t anybody’s idea of a gift.

    And from weird tales author H. P. Lovecraft comes a poem surprising in it's joyous holiday spirit, “Good St. Nick”.

    It’s a good time to believe in Santa Claus.

    And what of Rudolph? We conclude the program with composer Jennifer Rouse’s arrangement of Johnny Mark’s popular song, which she calls “Rudolph’s Nightmare” !

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    • 16 min
    “The Set of Poe” (1903) by George Ade. Read by Mark Redfield (Ep 22-11)

    “The Set of Poe” (1903) by George Ade. Read by Mark Redfield (Ep 22-11)

    “The Set of Poe” (1903) by George Ade. Read by Mark Redfield (Ep 22-11)

    This whisp of a story about a man who’s imagination runs away with him at Christmas, creating doubts in his mind as to whether his wife loves him (over his wish to buy a collected set of the works of Edgar Allan Poe!), was published in 1903.

    George Ade (February 9, 1866 – May 16, 1944) was an American writer, syndicated newspaper columnist, and playwright who gained national notoriety at the turn of the 20th century with his "Stories of the Streets and of the Town", a column that used street language and slang to describe daily life in Chicago, and a column of his fables in slang, which were humorous stories that featured vernacular speech and the liberal use of capitalization in his characters' dialog.

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    • 13 min
    The Gift Of The Magi - Narrated By Mark Redfield and Mackenzie Menter (Ep 22-10)

    The Gift Of The Magi - Narrated By Mark Redfield and Mackenzie Menter (Ep 22-10)

    The Gift Of The Magi By O. Henry - Narrated By Mark Redfield and Mackenzie Menter

    The classic Christmas tale of love and giving from the heart.

    The Gift of the Magi

    Mark Redfield and Mackenzie Menter tell the holiday tale of Jim and Della, a young New York couple just barely getting by. It’s Christmastime, and they want to give each other gifts that truly express their love and understanding of each other. O. Henry’s story was written in 1905, but it remains a timeless classic, by turns comic and touching.

    “But in a last word to the wise of these days let it be said that of all who give gifts these two were the wisest. Of all who give and receive gifts, such as they are wisest. Everywhere they are wisest. They are the magi.” - O. Henry

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    • 23 min
    O. Henry's "Two Thanksgiving Day Gentlemen" As Told By Mark Redfield (Ep 22-9)

    O. Henry's "Two Thanksgiving Day Gentlemen" As Told By Mark Redfield (Ep 22-9)

    O. Henry's "Two Thanksgiving Day Gentlemen" As Told By Mark Redfield (Ep 22-9)

    ''Two Thanksgiving Day Gentlemen'' is a story about Thanksgiving traditions, and it has the plot twist, or surprise, at the end that O. Henry is known for. The story follows Stuffy Pete, a poor man in New York City, through his Thanksgiving Day.

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    Trailers:
    A CHRISTMAS CAROL -
    https://www.amazon.com/Charles-Dickens-Christmas-Carol-Redfield/dp/B082MP76H2

    SHERLOCK HOLMES and THE BLUE CARBUNCLE -
    https://www.amazon.com/Sherlock-Holmes-Blue-Carbuncle/dp/B085FP9CL6

    FRANKENSTEIN MOBSTER -
    https://www.amazon.com/Audible-Frankenstein-Mobster/dp/B0BBXSHJQ3

    • 18 min
    The Making Of Frankenstein Mobster (Part 1)(Ep 22-8)

    The Making Of Frankenstein Mobster (Part 1)(Ep 22-8)

    The Making Of Frankenstein Mobster (Part 1)(Ep 22-8)

    Mark Wheatley discusses the origins of the characters and story for his acclaimed graphic novel series "Frankenstein Mobster". Now a Monsterama audio drama with full cast sound effects and music!

    Starring
    Daniel Roebuck as "Frankie/Terry Todd"
    Debbie Rochon as "Detective Terri Todd"
    Mark Redfield as "Mayor Hyde" and others!

    Based on the graphic novel series created by Mark Wheatley
    Adapted and directed by Mark Redfield
    Music composed by Jennifer Rouse

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    • 26 min
    FRANKENSTEIN MOBSTER Audio Drama Trailer

    FRANKENSTEIN MOBSTER Audio Drama Trailer

    In a city where monsters live and mobsters rule..
    A lone, mad scientist decided to build a better mobster: the Frankenstein Mobster! Now the original “made man” is getting an all-new, original audio drama thanks to creator Mark Wheatley, the talented performers and producers at Redfield Arts Audio!

    Starring the voice talents of:
    Daniel Roebuck as "Terry Todd/Frankie"
    Debbie Rochon as "Detective Terri Todd"
    Nathanyael Grey as "Detective Janus Moore"
    Mark Redfield as "Mayor Hyde" and more!

    Based on the graphic novel series and characters created by Mark Wheatley

    Original music and sound design by Jennifer Rouse

    Written, adapted, and directed by Mark Redfield

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    Copyright ©Mark Redfield Studios. Copyright © Mark Wheatley under exclusive license to Mark Redfield Studios. Frankenstein Mobster copyright © & TM Mark Wheatley. All Rights Reserved.

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Customer Reviews

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5 Ratings

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Nice Collection, terrible commentary

The shows were significant without your kindergarten interpretation. Stop trying to influence everyone and use someone else’s art and works. Make your own or let theirs stand as they presented it.

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Professionally done through & through, this podcast feeds all the "Old Time" radio addictions in all the right ways!

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