Skip to comments.The Raven read by John DeLancie ("Q" of Star Trek fame)
Posted on 10/29/2010 12:02:51 PM PDT by Pyro7480
Welcome to the first QMx Masters Series video presentation. Produced by actor/director John De Lancie, Master Series brings you the classics of science fiction, fantasy and horror, performed by some of the best-known names in genre entertainment. In keeping with QMx's tradition of supporting artisans and their craft, Masters Series distills performance down to its purest form: a single camera, a microphone, the actor and you. It's an intense, mesmerizing experience you won't want to miss.
For our very first installment, we're proud to have John De Lancie performing Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven.
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Like it better than the Homer Simpson/James Earl Jones version.
Glenn Beck read a passage from Poe’s “The Telltale Heart” on the radio today and the way he was reading it scared me! He is right, much of Poe’s writing are meant to be read out loud.
I read The Raven myself at a recent Gothic event at mrs jimfree’s place of employment, the Riversdale Mansion, an historic property in the Maryland suburbs of DC.
We had the pleasure of hearing Delancie’s narration of the Peer Gint Suite at the Kennedy Center a couple years ago - absolutely masterful!
I’ve no doubt that Q kicks mine in reading the Raven. Will listen soon.
Absolutely. Poe is auditory to the max.
thanks for the tip ...
‘Q’ ping, my little black crowe.
Excellent. Thank you much. We are big, big Q fans, as are our kids/now grown adults ; } I know they will enjoy this as well :)
May God strengthen us.
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