Luscious Ladies and Genteel Gents
*AT THE BIJOU*
most proudly presents ~
STARRING COLIN JAMES IN "CHOPPER JOHN"
with inspiration from the man of February 2,
Lamont Cranston: Do you have any idea who you just kidnapped?
Tulku: Cranston; Lamont Cranston.
Lamont Cranston: You know my real name?
Tulku: Yes. I also know that for as long as you can remember, you struggled against your own black heart and always lost. You watched your sprit, your very face change as the beast claws its way out from within you. You are in great pain, aren't you?
[Cranston leaps at Tulku, who magically vanishes/reappears]
Tulku: You know what evil lurks in the hearts of men, for you have seen that evil in your own heart. Every man pays a price for redemption; this is yours.
Lamont Cranston: I'm not lookin' for redemption!
THE SHADOW became a pop culture icon conjured by pulp writer Walter B. Gibson,
debuting in 1930, as the mysterious narrator of the Street and Smith radio program
Detective Story Hour.
HERE THEN . . .
ANOTHER RADIO PROGRAMDEBUT
*AT THE BIJOU* TUNES IN
"CHOPPER JOHN" by COLIN JAMES
R I G H T B E L O W , O U R M A I N S H O W
That was awesome! I was laughing out loud. The build up before the story, the story itself, and the whole presentation were so damn good. I'm still smiling.
SEAN PATRICK ~
You've done it -- your free popcorn quota is puffed up and better buttery than ever before. The enthuse of the muse of such a talented author of the hot novel MINDJACKER, is always a high point of excitement AT THE BIJOU.
I'm sure Colin James got a damn big grin at your commento. Me? I'm dazzled as usual, and well, it's not just that your shirt is sleeveless these days. ;-)
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