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Tom Nichol
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I hate to say this, but the soundtrack of this episode also needs adjustment.  I'm not sure of how or why this is happening, but it DOES need correcting!
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+Tom Nichol Ok, thanks. Will check this out.
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The sound track is somewhat out of balance.  The narrator's voice is louder than the the other parts of the sound track.  Please check into this when you can.  Thanks!
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+Tom Nichol Ok, will look into this. Thanks
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Your episode title here is misspelled.  It should be "SCENT of the Kill," NOT "SCENE of the Kill"!  Please correct this when your schedule permits!  Many thanks!
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+Tom Nichol Thanks!
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There is an additional scene, which was deleted from the final version of the film, in which the Great Prince formally bids Bambi farewell, informing him that he, Bambi, must now succeed his father as the Great Prince of the forest.  As nearly as I can remember (having seen this omitted sequence once on the old Mickey Mouse Club series), the old Prince says, "I am glad I have lived long enough to see this day.  Now I can go to my rest."  As Bambi looks at his father curiously, his father tells him, "My time is over, Bambi.  Now you must take my place as head of the forest."  He begins to turn away, and Bamibi starts to follow, but the old Prince, gently but firmly, instructs him, "No!  Don't follow me any more.  In the hour that I am approaching, we are all alone.  Good-bye, my son."  Finally understanding that the old Prince is going off into the forest to die, Bambi simply replies, "Good-bye, my father."  It is at this point that the old Prince turns and walks away for the last time, as depicted in the final version of this scene.  I have always felt that omitting this additional scene was at least a minor mistake on Mr. Disney's part, and that including it would have provided a more peaceful sense of closure for the audience.
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The fact that this man passed away from male breast cancer-an extremely rare disease- suggests a form of hormone or chemical imbalance that unavoidably warped and twisted his ability to think and reason by any sort of normal standard.  This DOES NOT, in ANY way, excuse his criminal behavior, but it does help to explain it.  His death was a blessing, not only to him, but to the community which had suffered at his hands.
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Does anybody know who narrated this recording?
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How I wish that the original video performance by Pat Carroll (who commissioned the play to begin with!) were still available!  (SIGH!!)
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The audio track seems to be unbalanced! Sometimes the music is too loud, sometimes the voice track is too loud!   PLEASE CORRECT THIS WHEN YOUR SCHEDULE PERMITS!  Many thanks!
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Allen Roberts died in 2005.  At last report, Charles Lord continues to serve a sentence of life plus 25 years without parole.
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Anita Woolridge, the victim in this case, has since written a book about her experience entitled "Eight Days in Darkness."  At last report, she was pursuing a nursing degree, and was also working as a court-appointed advocate for rape and abduction victims.  Her book is available through Amazon.com.
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Robert Hansen died on August 21, 2014, after being in declining health for over a year.  He was 75.  Nicknamed "The Butcher Baker," he became the subject of the film, "The Frozen Ground," starring Nicolas Cage and John Cusack, which had a limited release in 2013.  It is now available on DVD.
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Compared to today's technology, this film seems primitive, but the basic principles remain sound.  Also, nowadays, the subject of "weather control" is almost a forbidden subject, due to long-range environmental concerns.
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