Hail on the Chief!

  • by Michael B. Druxman
  • Narrated by Jerry Robbins, J.T. Turner, the Colonial Radio Players
  • 1 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

What if you hated your next door neighbor...and he'd just been elected President of the United States?
In Michael B. Druxman's outrageous comedy, HAIL ON THE CHIEF!, cantankerous gentleman rancher Oliver Pettridge hates his neighbor, a former cowboy movie star. He's hated him for years over a property line dispute. As the play begins, the neighbor has just been elected President of the United States. Now, Oliver must deal with all the inconveniences that anyone living next to the President must endure...including a paranoid Secret Service Agent. After the agent "bugs" Oliver's house, Pettridge decides to declare "war" on the Secret Service.
From the award winning Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air.
With Jerry Robbins. J.T. Turner. Fred Robbins. Diane Capen. Amy Sheridan. James Tallach. Joe Caliendo Jr.
Executive Producer Mark Vander Berg
Produced By Seth Adam Sher
Music By Jeffrey Gage
Cover Art By Jeff Hayes.
Written and Directed By Michael B. Druxman
Contains Adult Language and Content. Parental Discretion is Advised.

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Pure Comedic Perfection

Would you listen to Hail on the Chief! again? Why?

I bought this sometime in April last year and I have listened to it more times than I can count from memory alone and will listen to it many many times more in the future. .


What did you like best about this story?

I loved the interaction between the characters. It truly felt natural even though the situations themselves would never happen for various reasons. It was still very much based in the real world.


What about the narrators’s performance did you like?

Perfect performances for the characters being played.


Any additional comments?

I would love for them to make this into a series in some way by at least using the same characters and cast. There really are so many possibilities with the great majority of the cast and things that could pop up. This is a true favorite.

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- Michael P. McParland

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-10-2014
  • Publisher: Michael B. Druxman