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Oct 30, 2009

The Brazilian Cat
Adapted for audio by Jim Cort from a short story by Arthur Conan Doyle.

One of the many stories Doyle wrote outside his famous Sherlock Holmes works. It's a horror-adventure story that begins with a young man with aristocratic connections, but no money hoping to live with, and possibly fend off some creditors with the help of his wealthy first cousin, a man who has the curious hobby of collecting strange and dangerous exotic pets. The short story is part of Doyle's "Tales of Terror and Mystery" collection.

Voice talents by David Grant, Kevin Nash, Dale Lena Evans, Larry Groebe and Gary Layton.
Music by Lucien Désar.
Directed and Mixed by Richard Frohlich

Recorded in studio July 2004, in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art