Robert Arthur - Alfred Hitchcock's : The Three Investigators The Mystery Of The Stuttering Parrot album download
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- Record Company – Rainbow Communications Limited
- Adapted By – Edward Kelsey
- Arranged By [Music] – Mike Duff
- Artwork By – Quick On The Draw
- Words By – Robert Arthur
NotesTheatre for children cassettes make a healthy change from television. Each is a full-scale dramatic production with original music and sound effects. Just like a radio play.
It can make car journeys peaceful, bedtime stories a pleasure. Think of it as a babysitter you can call on day or night. Theatre for children exercises young minds, stimulates the imagination and best of all, kids love it.
Based on characters created by Robert Arthur.
Recorded by permission of Rano House Inc.
Produced at John Wood Studios and Westwood Sound.
(c) 1964 by Random House, Inc.
Music (c) 1984 Rainbow Communications Ltd.
(p) & (C) 1984 Rainbow Communications Ltd.
The Three Investigators is an American juvenile detective book series first published as "Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators". It was created by Robert Arthur J. who believed involving a famous person such as movie director Alfred Hitchcock would attract attention. Random House, which is owned by Bertelsmann, is the . publisher and still has some of the rights to the books. Other rights are possessed by the heirs of Robert Arthur, Jr. and the German publisher Kosmos.
The Three Investigators. Jupiter Jones, Bob Andrews and Pete Crenshaw (also known as "The Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Series". The Mystery Of The Stuttering Parrot (1964, by Robert Arthur). The Mystery Of The Whispering Mummy (1965, by Robert Arthur). The Mystery Of The Green Ghost (1965, by Robert Arthur). The Mystery Of The Vanishing Treasure (1966, by Robert Arthur). The Secret Of Skeleton Island (1966, by Robert Arthur). The Mystery Of The Fiery Eye (1967, by Robert Arthur). The Mystery Of The Silver Spider (1967, by Robert Arthur). The Mystery Of The Screaming Clock (1968, by Robert Arthur). The Mystery Of The Moaning Cave (1968, by William Arden).
From book 31 (The Mystery of the Scar-Faced Beggar) onwards the series was called simply The Three Investigators . Book 2. The Mystery of the Stuttering Parrot. Hot on the trail of seven talking parrots that ha.
Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators in The Mystery of the Stuttering Parrot. The Mystery Of The Whispering Mummy - Three Investigators Mystery - N. Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators in the Mystery of the Stuttering Parrot. Robert Arthur does a masterful job of allowing the reader to "investigate" the mystery along with the Three Investigators. The boys come across as extraordinary but very real. I can't imagine any youngster, girl or boy, who would not be drawn in to these adventures, and I can think of no better way to introduce a child to the enjoyment of reading than to give him/her one of these books.
Robert Arthur, J. the creator of the juvenile detective book series, The Three Investigators, was born on November 10, 1909, at Fort Mills, Corregidor Island, the Philippines, where his father, Robert Arthur, S. then a lieutenant in the United States Army, was stationed. Because of his father’s profession, Robert’s childhood was spent moving.
The Mystery of the Stuttering Parrot. The Mystery of the Stuttering Parrot is an American juvenile detective novel written by Robert Arthur, Jr. It is the second book in the "Three Investigators" series. In only their second outing, the Three Investigators are hired by a friend of their patron, Alfred Hitchcock, to find his missing parrot.
Author: Arthur, Robert Kane, Harry Publisher: Random House 1964 ISBN: Binding: Pictorial Hard Cover Book Condition: Very Good+ Jacket Condition: No Jacket. First Printing 182pp. Top corners of 2 pages are creased. No author listed on title page. Ed Vebell" incorrectly listed as illustrator. No titles on rear cover. Cover edges are lightly rubbed. Selling online since 1999. Alfred Hitchcock And The Three Investigators No. 22 HB.