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The American Revolution begins with the Battles of Lexington and Concord which are dramatized in this accurate portrayal. Includes an intermission interview with Historian Mark Nichipor.
If ever one single day has been woven in myth and legend, it is the 19th of April, 1775. From the lanterns of the Old North Church, to the famous midnight ride, these events have taken on a storybook mystique. In actuality, it was far from it. As always, Colonial Radio Theatre On The Air like to tell it as it was. You will find no glossed over legend here. It took more nerve than most of us can imagine to have been holding a musket on that chilly April dawn...or to be riding at break-neck speed in the pitch black of night, knowing full well that mounted patrols were out upon the same road ... looking for you.
"Good characterization and historically accurate; it remains both exciting and fun. This audio presentation has a full cast and music score, with lots of sound effects, engaging your attention and imagination. Battle Road brings history to life for the listener. As with their other dramatizations, the Colonial Radio Players bring to life the events of April 19, 1775. This tape makes the Battle of Lexington and the story of Paul Revere's ride exciting. Kids and adults will love this tape " - Dean Carlisle, All Star Review, 1999
The Colonial Radio Players: George Fennell, Lincoln Clark, Quent Risher, Heather Hammatt, Joe Caliendo, Jr., Kevin Galligan, Shane Clarke Frederick Rice, Bill Hammond, Jeffrey Gage, Tony Bova, Clint Jackson, Colin Rixon, Robert Mackie, Jonathan Silver, Gene Risher, Paul O'Sliaughnessy, Diane Capen, Justin Biliard, Adrienne Adler.
Author : Jerry Robbins
Narrated By : Colonial Radio Theatre
Published By : Colonial Radio Theatre On The Air
Author : David McCullough
Narrated By : Edward Herrmann
Published By : Simon & Schuster
Author : Abraham Lincoln
Narrated By : George Vafiadis
Published By : In Audio
2 hours 50 minutes
Royalty and Heads of State
Author : Jeffrey Rogers Hummel
Narrated By : George C. Scott
Published By : Blackstone Audio Inc
2 hours 30 minutes
Our Price : $9.95
From April 1861 to April 1865, America was caught in the convulsions of war - The Civil War. No historical even, short of the American Revolution itself, has so deeply affected the United States. T... More...