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Old 02-04-2011, 07:49 AM   #11
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My mom told me a funny story the other day: when I was very young - maybe 3, perhaps less, but at any rate way younger than proficient reading age, my parents had bought me Peter and the Wolf: it was a child's illustrated book and it came with a LP record of Prokofiev's music, overlaid by a narrator reading the story in the book.
If your version of the book was the same as my version of the book (there was a remake in the late 1970s) that narrator was Otis Campbell, the Mayberry drunk.

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