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A man in a life boat, accompanied by a ukulele player, tells stories of his exploits as a surgeon, a ski jumper, a heroin-addicted musician, a cab driver, an elephant hunter, and an airline pilot.

  • Series: In the Dark
  • Show Type: Comedy
  • Cast: Tim Jerome, Joe Frank
  • Air Date: 1994
  • Digital Audio Bit Rate: 128kbps

 

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1 review for Hawaii (30 min)

  1. 5 out of 5

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    An excellent (fictional, i think) autobiography of a Frenchman. Believing his life may be over, he recounts his most memorable moments in life. I have nothing but praise for what Joe accomplished with this story, turning a morbid telling of one’s life into something akin to a beach-side getaway. The sun, the surf, and a mildly talented ukulele player singing just for you. This story is anything but grim, as the main character, with a very heavy but pleasing accent, describes such a variety of life experiences that they couldn’t be anything but real. Some shockingly bizarre and others just typical enough to bring a knowing smile to your face, these tales paint the life of a humorous, artistic, and intimate man who experiences the best, and worst, life has to offer without skipping a beat.

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A man in a life boat, accompanied by a ukulele player, tells stories of his exploits as a surgeon, a ski jumper, a heroin-addicted musician, a cab driver, an elephant hunter, and an airline pilot.

  • Series: In the Dark
  • Show Type: Comedy
  • Cast: Tim Jerome, Joe Frank
  • Air Date: 1994
  • Digital Audio Bit Rate: 128kbps

 

5.00 out of 5

1 review for Hawaii (30 min)

  1. 5 out of 5

    :

    An excellent (fictional, i think) autobiography of a Frenchman. Believing his life may be over, he recounts his most memorable moments in life. I have nothing but praise for what Joe accomplished with this story, turning a morbid telling of one’s life into something akin to a beach-side getaway. The sun, the surf, and a mildly talented ukulele player singing just for you. This story is anything but grim, as the main character, with a very heavy but pleasing accent, describes such a variety of life experiences that they couldn’t be anything but real. Some shockingly bizarre and others just typical enough to bring a knowing smile to your face, these tales paint the life of a humorous, artistic, and intimate man who experiences the best, and worst, life has to offer without skipping a beat.

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