“I’m so excited for the Rondo nomination! I do hope you'll support us, for all who worked so hard on it. Thanks to everyone who enjoyed listening to our audio play. Hope you liked it as much as we all did recording it. We had such fun and look forward to doing more and well done to Mark Redfield whose baby it was, and for his great directing and his dashing acting skills in bringing “Sinbad” to life!”
~ Caroline Munro
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SINBAD AND THE PIRATE PRINCESS
starring Caroline MUNRO and Martine BESWICKE
written & directed by Mark REDFIELD
Full cast, music and sound effects. Approx 75 minutes.
Featuring Caroline Munro as Junah, Martine Beswicke as Queen Badra, and Mark Redfield as Sinbad. With J.R. Lyston, Michael Butscher, Mary Anne Perry, Ron Burr, Belle Burr and Eric Supensky. Recording engineers: Jay Chapin and Bill Dickson. Audio Design and Editor: Jennifer Rouse. Recorded at Studio Carlyle. Featuring the music of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov and Gustav Holst (under license). A PoeForevermore Radio Theater production.
The Story of SINBAD AND THE PIRATE PRINCESS
Sinbad (Mark Redfield), at the command of his Caliph, is tasked to rid the Arabian Sea of a ferocious female pirate called Junah (Caroline Munro), who preys on the ships in the waters of the small island of Zelos, ruled by Queen Badra (Martine Beswicke).
It's Sinbad’s greatest voyage! An adventure filled with danger, treachery, sorcery, a treasure-hoarding genii and a blood-thirsty serpent of the sea, and the battle of two sisters—one, and evil sorceress and the other, an avenging pirate princess!
CAROLINE MUNRO AND MARTINE BESWICKE
are beloved film stars known the world-over by their legions of fans primarily for their appearances in the James Bond films and the Hammer horror films of the 60s and 70s.
Caroline Munro’s credits include The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1974), At the Earth’s Core (1976), Dracula AD 1972 (1972), Captain Kronos, Vampire Hunter (1974) and many others.
Martine Beswicke’s credits include From Russia With Love (1963), Thunderball (1965), Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde (1972), One Million Years BC (1968) and many others.