-- one sided disc / small hole / Mfd by Apple on sliced side (label is otherwise blank)
W.B.lbl 12th Aug 2015 Although there was another Dick who did a whole bunch of radio and TV voiceover work in the same period - Dick Tufeld. roboleyton 14th May 2012 That's the name I was looking for, it is Dick Wesson. carey jeggs 14th May 2012 Here's another theory.I thought there was a hint of 'It began with a closed deserted diner and a man too long without sleep to continue his journey.' Dick Wesson did a lot of voice-over work for film and TV trailers. carey jeggs 14th May 2012 Here are some more. Robert Beatty? Barry Morse? Lorne Greene? Felonious 14th May 2012 Wild guess here. Tom Donahue of KSAN? carey jeggs 12th May 2012 I don't think that's Valentine Dyall.He sounds Canadian to me.Possibly Murray Kash? Polegateman 12th May 2012 Valentine Dyall, perhaps? roboleyton 11th May 2012 I have the name of this narrator somewhere on file, but cannot think of his name off-hand. he used to do a lot of voice overs for short featurettes at British cinemas in the late 60s, early 70s. BEATLEJOHN 11th May 2012 The narrator almost sounds like Orson Welles....John roboleyton 20th Apr 2012 VIDEO
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