The Twilight Zone Radio Dramas: Jesse Belle (Audio Download) Reviews
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by - written on 24/06/12 (Very useful, 93 readings)
Jess-Belle is a 2010 radio adaption of a 1963 Twilight Zone episode written by Earl Hamner Jr. The story is narrated by Stacy Keach and Stephanie Weir with Keach taking on the monologue duties that were famously performed by the late Rod Serling. "The Twilight Zone has existed in many lands in many times. It has its roots in history, in something that happened long, long ago and got told about and handed down from one generation of folk to the other. In the telling the story gets added to and embroidered on, so that what might have happened in the time of the Druids is told as if it took place yesterday in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Such stories are best told by an .. Read the complete review
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