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Valentino Speaks! 

Failed movie director Ted E. Peck (Simon Jones) has discovered an unfinished Rudolf Valentino film, and wants the WENN cast to dub voices to it to make a talkie. Calling the results "... See full synopsis »

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Episode credited cast:
... Mr. Foley
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
... Moving Guy
... Ted E. Peck
... Paul Rice
... Tess Bracken
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Failed movie director Ted E. Peck (Simon Jones) has discovered an unfinished Rudolf Valentino film, and wants the WENN cast to dub voices to it to make a talkie. Calling the results "fantastic," he goes a step further and enlists Jeff Singer (Hugh O'Gorman) to play Valentino's part, so he can film the missing final reel. Peck promises Jeff he can look forward to a career in Hollywood if the movie is a success. Though the radio actors have difficulty adjusting to the demands of film, the production is almost finished when Jeff objects to Peck's inflexible direction, and quits. Peck finishes the remaining shots with a younger actor (Paul Rice) apprenticing at WENN, whom he anoints "The New Valentino."

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13 July 1996 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Alessandro Nivola ("Paul") says he is a student at Carnegie-Mellon University. Carnegie and Mellon did not merge until 1967. See more »

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Paul Rice: Radio must be so different for a great stage performer like you, Miss Booth, I mean, it must be strange performing without a living audience, right?
Hilary Booth: Not really. I once did Shakespeare in Schenectady.
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