Roald Dahl - Pilot, Seducer and Author - WW2 Biography SpecialRoald Dahl is not just a beloved author, he is also a wartime adventurer. He saw plenty of action in North-Africa and Greece, where he got the inspiration for many of his work to come. Join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TimeGhostHistory Or join The TimeGhost Army directly at: https://timeghost.tv Check out our TimeGhost History YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/timeghost?sub_confirmation=1 Follow WW2 day by day on Instagram @World_war_two_realtime https://www.instagram.com/world_war_two_realtime/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TimeGhostHistory/ Between 2 Wars: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrG5J-K5AYAU1R-HeWSfY2D1jy_sEssNG Source list: http://bit.ly/WW2sources Hosted by: Indy Neidell Written by: Isabel Wilson Director: Astrid Deinhard Producers: Astrid Deinhard and Spartacus Olsson Executive Producers: Astrid Deinhard, Indy Neidell, Spartacus Olsson, Bodo Rittenauer Creative Producer: Joram Appel Post-Production Director: Wieke Kapteijns Research by: Arnaldo and Isabella Teodorani Edited by: Mikołaj Cackowski Sound design: Marek Kamiński Colorizations by: Carlos Ortega Pereira, BlauColorizations, https://www.instagram.com/blaucolorizations/ Sources: IWM K 8588, CH 2377, ZZZ 11729, CM 1725, CM 354, CM 358, CM 43, CH 13555, CM 131, CH 1500, CH 1431, CM 2527, CM 1353 Portrait of Roald Dahl, courtesy Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund Shot Down over Libya, courtesy The Saturday Evening Post Portrait of Walt Disney, courtesy of Disney Archive Bundesarchiv USHMM Soundtracks from the Epidemic Sound: Johannes Bornlof - The Inspector 4 Phoenix Tail - At the Front Fabien Tell - Last Point of Safe Return Johannes Bornlof - Death And Glory 2 Reynard Seidel - Deflection Johannes Bornlof - Deviation In Time Archive by Screenocean/Reuters https://www.screenocean.com. A TimeGhost chronological documentary produced by OnLion Entertainment GmbH.
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Audiobook * Narrated by "Michael Jacks♥n"E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial is an audiobook and soundtrack album for the 1982 blockbuster film of the same name directed by Steven Spielberg. Narrated by American recording artist Michael Jackson, the album was produced by composer Quincy Jones and distributed by MCA Records. The production of the audiobook brought Jackson together with several former collaborators, such as Rod Temperton, Freddy DeMann, and Bruce Swedien. The E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial audiobook was released by MCA on November 7, 1982—the same month as Jackson's acclaimed sixth studio album Thriller despite conditions given by Epic Records, Jackson's record label, that it should not be released until after Thriller. As a result, Epic took legal action against MCA which forced the album's withdrawal. During its curtailed release, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial reached number 82 on the UK Albums Chart. It was well-received critically and won Jackson a Grammy Award for Best Recording for Children. The E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial album package contains a storybook, which allows listeners to read along with Jackson as he narrates the tale of E.T. and the alien's visit to planet Earth. The book contains a photograph of E.T. placing hands on Jackson's shoulders, while one of the extraterrestrial's fingers glows. This picture is included in the album package as a 22 inches (56 cm) × 22 inches (56 cm) full-color poster. The 20-page storybook include stills from the movie and the lyrics to the song "Someone in the Dark" (written by Alan and Marilyn Bergman), which Jackson sings on the audiobook. The recording, on a 12-inch vinyl LP, features original music by John Williams, integrated sound effects from the movie, as well as the voice of E.T. in the background. Side One 1. "Someone in the Dark (Opening Version)" 2. "Landing" 3. "Alone" 4. "Discovery" 5. "School" Side two 1. "Home" 2. "Intrusion" 3. "E.T Phone Home" 4. "Chase" 5. "Good-Bye" 6. "Someone in the Dark (Closing Version) According to the biography Michael Jackson: The Magic and the Madness, written by journalist J. Randy Taraborrelli, the pop singer had shown an early attachment to the story of E.T. After a publicity photo shoot for the soundtrack album in which an animatronic robot of the extraterrestrial character hugged Jackson, the singer stated with wonderment, "He was so real that I was talking to him. I kissed him before I left. The next day, I missed him. Jackson later revealed in the December 1982 issue of Ebony magazine—in which both he and E.T. appear on the cover—that he felt he actually was the creature during the album recording and shared his thoughts on why he had such a strong connection to the character: "He's in a strange place and wants to be accepted—which is a situation that I have found myself in many times when traveling from city to city all over the world. He's most comfortable with children, and I have a great love for kids. He gives love and wants love in return, which is me. And he has that super power which lets him lift off and fly whenever he wants to get away from things on Earth, and I can identify with that. He and I are alike in many ways" Information May Be Questionable... Compliments Of The Internet...
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