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Posted 08/21/03 - 7:38 AM:

Thanks to Astro1, I just got through reading this script. Makes me Really wish that this episode was available. (Is it TRULY missing or is it available but in bad condition?)

I'd have to say that this one ranks right up there with any of the best ones mentioned in the "Favorite Episodes" thread
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Posted 08/25/03 - 7:31 PM:

Yeah, 100,000 DIAMETERS is sort of a \\\"Quiet, Please!\\\" improvement on the old CHICKEN HEART story from \\\"Lights Out!\\\"

Many, many thanks, Astro1! These scripts are a revelation.

So Albert Berman is really Albert Buhrmann.

And a sting is really an ACCENT.

And A RIBBON OF LINCOLN GREEN is really RETREAT AT DUNKERQUE.

MIRROR, MIRROR ON THE WALL would seem to be the precursor to Rod Serling's NERVOUS MAN IN A FOUR DOLLAR ROOM episode of the original Twilight Zone TV series. Too bad the episode is lost because who better to play opposite Chappell than Chappell himself?

A MILE HIGH AND A MILE DEEP turns out to be sort of the flip side of HOW BEAUTIFUL UPON THE MOUNTAIN.

Suddenly, I'm hungry to read Cooper's scripts for the surviving episodes, too.

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Posted 09/29/03 - 8:02 PM:

I have not been on this site in almost 2 years. I am so glad I came back and found these scripts posted for the lost shows! Please add my name to the list of thanks to Astro.
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Posted 09/29/03 - 8:57 PM:

If you know where I could purchase the scripts (I saw a past post where someone called Scifiguy was selling them for $10 each) I would be happy to buy 10 or so and donate them to the site. Would you have a list of the one's you are most interested in?
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Posted 10/07/03 - 11:10 PM:

Found this today:

the generic radio workshop is pleased to announce a new fall 2003 production:

"Quiet Please: One Hundred Thousand Diameters"

Recreating a terrifying episode of this haunting vintage radio show
which has not been heard in OVER 50 YEARS!

7:30 PM
October 17, 2003
Creative Arts Theater And School
Arlington, Texas

Source: http://www.genericradio.com/show.htm
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Posted 10/08/03 - 3:18 AM:

I wonder if it would be possible to obtain a recording of the performance?
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Posted 10/08/03 - 3:20 AM:

That would be good... grin
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Posted 10/11/03 - 7:44 PM:

I have just emailed the people asking if the show will be available "for those of us who can't attend the performance"

Keep your toes crossed and hope for the best! smiling face
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Posted 10/12/03 - 6:03 PM:

Orginally posted by Old Timer

I have just emailed the people asking if the show will be available "for those of us who can't attend the performance"

Keep your toes crossed and hope for the best! smiling face

Here's the response I got

I'll have to double check, but one way or another we'll no doubt record the
performance. I'd be happy to send you a CD of whatever results from it, and
frankly, if you even want to put an MP3 of it online, I suspect that would
be OK with the group. Let's hope the recreation lives up to your standards!

Let me know where/how to get it to you.



--Larry Groebe
generic radio workshop
Dallas TX

Now the question is how should they send it?
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Posted 10/13/03 - 3:35 AM:

Orginally posted by Old Timer
Now the question is how should they send it?
smiling face


If they'll send it to you, then you could email a copy to me... or, of course, I'd be happy to take the CD either directly or indirectly.

If they don't mind an MP3 being posted then I'll certainly provide the hosting.
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Posted 10/13/03 - 7:24 AM:

Orginally posted by Paul

Orginally posted by Old Timer
Now the question is how should they send it?
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If they'll send it to you, then you could email a copy to me... or, of course, I'd be happy to take the CD either directly or indirectly.

If they don't mind an MP3 being posted then I'll certainly provide the hosting.


I told them to send both of us an MP3 of the performance via email, and no... I don't think they would mind at all smiling face
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