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R.I.P. Tanya Roberts

Actress Tanya Roberts has died. Best known for her roles as a Bond girl and on "That '70s Show," Roberts died Sunday after a brief hospitalization, ET has learned. She was 65. https://cbsnews2.cbsistatic.com/hub/i/r/2021/01/04/bdbd1c13-774f-4a27-bb47-b6122f51e4c1/thumbnail/620x491/5f411d322e8ac79e6d...
January 04, 2021 • 4:41 am by ESHbyESH

Tales from the Museum, episode 4

Again, posting this here because the character ("Nash") and events in this series remind me of Tex's world a bit. Hope y'all enjoy! Darker Projects presents: Tales from the Museum Episode 4: Beneath the Foundation http://www.darkerprojects.com/images/Tales_From_The_Museum.png http://www.darkerprojec...
November 01, 2007 • 10:23 pm by ESHbyESH

Tales from the Museum

Kind of in the same vein as Tex, so y'all might like this audio series I'm producing: http://www.darkerprojects.com/images/Tales_From_The_Museum.png Darker Projects Audio presents: Tales from the Museum An audio theater mini-series written by Charles Russell Episodes 1-3 (out of 5 planned) are up at...
October 24, 2007 • 7:58 am by ESHbyESH

Mr. Thomas Malloy wrote:*cough* I heart skeletor ... *cough*
He's still doing well:
http://www.he-man.org/forums/boards/sho ... p?t=137432
January 11, 2007 • 9:06 am by ESHbyESH

freepizza wrote:I dont think it costs that much to get voice work.
Hey, I'd do voice work in a Tex Murphy game for no charge!
...well, slight charge.

http://www.eliehirschman.com
January 10, 2007 • 3:38 pm by ESHbyESH

Thanks to St. Vivus for sending me the text of the article via PM!

(Title: Big mystery by the bay., By: Rogers, Adam, Koehl, Carla, Newsweek, 00289604, 11/28/94, Vol. 124, Issue 22)
January 10, 2007 • 8:59 am by ESHbyESH

freepizza wrote:Dont know an exact article, but I think most people thought that FMV would be the future of gaming.
I remember an article with a pic, a mention of James E. Jones and Margot Kidder, etc. But not when it was from.
January 09, 2007 • 4:09 pm by ESHbyESH

UAKM in Newsweek

I remember an article on UAKM when it came out - very complimentary, even predicted that FMV would be the wave of the future in video gaming.

Does anybody know when it appeared and how I could get a copy/scan?
January 09, 2007 • 3:35 pm by ESHbyESH

Thief 2 by Looking Glass Studios/EIDOS.
My PC can't handle Thief 3.
July 06, 2006 • 7:39 pm by ESHbyESH

Jim the old guy wrote:Ah yes, sacrafices. *sigh*

While San Francisco is the obvious choice, I think it would be in the best interests of CJ and AC if we met in Salt Lake City. 2 cents worth from TOG.
I'm on the east coast- I don't think I'll be travelling out for it.
June 15, 2006 • 11:02 am by ESHbyESH

rockefeller wrote:...I'm actually trying to embed the flash movie into the post the same way one would embed an image ()...

-Rockefeller
Can you put it on the web somewhere?
May 19, 2006 • 11:01 am by ESHbyESH

Jerry Dan wrote:So, wait - are you Elie Hirschman? If so, good job! I really enjoyed this production.
That's me. 8)
I am glad you enjoyed. Tell your friends. :)
May 15, 2006 • 3:37 pm by ESHbyESH

Jim the old guy wrote:Interesting stuff, ESH. Thanks for bringing that to our attention. And welcome to the wonderful world of Tex Murphy.
Thanks for the welcome!
I've been a Tex fan for years, and this is kind of my homage.
I sent Chris Jones the link to the production, but I have not heard back from him yet.
May 11, 2006 • 11:41 am by ESHbyESH

Re: Voices of the Soul

Darker Projects presents: Night Terrors episode 1.09: Voices of the Soul http://www.darkerprojectsproductions.com/audio/nightterrors/Voices.mp3 (26:23, 15MB MP3, released 2006.04.27) It's an old-time PI mystery, with a supernatural twist. Written by Elie Hirschman. Featured in the cast are Jim Barb...
May 06, 2006 • 10:39 pm by ESHbyESH

Voices of the Soul

Darker Projects presents: Night Terrors episode 1.09: Voices of the Soul http://www.darkerprojectsproductions.com/audio/nightterrors/Voices.mp3 (26:23, 15MB MP3, released 2006.04.27) It's an old-time PI mystery, with a supernatural twist. Written by Elie Hirschman. Featured in the cast are Jim Barb...
April 29, 2006 • 8:56 pm by ESHbyESH