Tuesday, May 05, 2009

MOONFLEET NOW ON LULU

We have just released the full 300 minute version of MOONFLEET to Lulu.com. This
is the same as the program you hear in the 10 episode download version, except
it runs continuous, with no act breaks or announcer tags.
Here is the link

MOONFLEET

The cast includes David Ault, Rob Cattell, Tom Berry, Cynthia Pape, J.T. Turner, Dan Powell, and Leigh Berry. The haunting music score is from Jeffrey Gage, and the program was produced by M.J. Cogburn from a script by Deniz Cordell.

5 comments:

Sharonmaggie said...

LOVELOVELOVE Moonfleet!! The music REALLY helps set the atmosphere! Well done EVERYONE!!I love Moonfleet even more than Treasure Island (which I love, too, and have always loved in all it's forms: novel, movie, cartoon, graphic novel, stage (kiddie version)and audio drama). The sound of Moonfleet is so much richer than TI, is there more than the musical upgrade I hear?

Jerry Robbins said...

Hi Sharon, our production of TREASURE ISLAND was done in 2006 (a remake from our first version in 2001), and was our old music system. MOONFLEET is making use of our new music program, which is top of the line. We saved for over a year to purchase it, and in the hands of Jeff Gage the results are quite amazing. So far it has been heard on THE HALLOWEEN TREE, JERRY AND THE PIRATES, PERRY MASON, TICONDEROGA and the upcoming ZORRO AND THE PIRATE RAIDERS.
Do you think we should put out a CD of just the MOONFLEET music score? We were thinking about it.

Sharonmaggie said...

Ooo! I'd love to hear that CD! I think MOONFLEET'S music is an especially moody... haunting score. Jeffrey, and your other musical composers have done some really interesting scores for many of your dramas. It might be interesting to consider a CRT favorites CD, too. I'd buy that one, too.~ especially if you'd sing once in a while (well, maybe not as Britt MacMasters... : D ) !

Jerry Robbins said...

MOONFLEET is certainly a top favorite of mine, but I think one of his all time best scores was in 1997 for THE SEVEN POOR TRAVELERS. THE HALLOWEEN TREE, CAPTAIN BLOOD, and THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW round out my top five.

Sharonmaggie said...

See, you DO need to produce a favorites CD~or even several! I have all of these dramas except THE SEVEN POOR TRAVELERS, of which I've heard one episode (either on XM or Sonic Radio) and can't remember it. Captain Blood's music is magnificent, The Halloween Tree and Sleepy Hollow are great scores, too. They enrich the tales so well! Maybe you could get these scores played on the "cinemagic" channel of SiriXM, where they play random movie and tv themes.