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The New Adventures of Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer Audio CD – Audiobook, Unabridged
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M. J. Elliot is the author of numerous radio dramatizations, including the Vincent Price series and the Father Brown Audio Drama series.
JoBe Cerny is an actor, writer, producer, and director. He is best known as the voice of the Pillsbury Doughboy and as Procter and Gamble's silent spokesman, the Cheer man. Cerny has also appeared in a number of films, including Legally Blonde 2, Road to Perdition, and My Best Friend's Wedding. He is the president of Cerny/American Creative, a Chicago-based production company that offers creative services to film companies and advertising agencies.
Carl Amari is the producer of the Twilight Zone radio drama series. He is also the host of Hollywood 360, a popular radio show that produces a wide variety of audio entertainment.
Stacy Keach is perhaps best known for his portrayal of hard-boiled detective Mike Hammer. He played Ken Titus on the sitcom Titus, Warden Henry Pope in the hit series Prison Break, and has been seen in numerous film and stage productions. He won a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Ernest Hemingway and starred as Richard Nixon in the US National Tour of Frost/Nixon. His performance in the title role of King Lear has received international acclaim.
Mike Hammer has been in the detective business since 1947, so it's a bit odd to hear him instruct his trusty secretary, who must be in her 70s by now, to "Google it." This full-cast recording--with its references to MySpace and 9/11--is an attempt to bring the hard-boiled hero into the 21st century. Some of the detective's legendary traits--especially his sex appeal (the guy must be double-dipped in pheromones)--seem dated in these entertaining, though predictable, productions. Nonetheless, the sound design and acting are top-notch, making for a diversion that's perfect for two ninety-minute commutes. Stacy Keach, who's already embraced his inner Hammer on TV, does a solid job in the lead, and a nice job composing and performing the background music, as well. R.W.S. © AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine
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