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format sold in the iTunes Audiobook store), the books are NOT in MP3
format, instead the files are in iPod s Audiobook format, ready to
play in your iPod, iPhone or your computer through itunes.
IPOD Audiobooks have the advanced bookmarking feature which remembers
the position where you stopped listening the last time, even if you
listen to another audiobook or music file, days later!
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Take advantage of your iPod s Audiobook advanced features!
iPod's Audio Book Features
Your iPod provides some nice features for Audio Books.
Remembering the last listening position
audio books are most of the time quite large files, it's unlikely that
you listen to them in one piece. Your iPod remembers the position where
you stopped listening the last time. So when you continue listening to
your audio book, maybe days later, you don't have to waste time finding
the right position to start. This even works, if you are listening to
music or other audio books in the meantime.
Adjusting the reading speed
You can adjust the reading speed to your personal preferences.
features are only available for audio books in the iPod format but not
for MP3 files. Please refer to your iPod documentation for more
information on how to use these features
The Cinnamon Bear
Cinnamon Bear," a delightful, one-of-a-kind children's series produced
in 1937 by TRANSCO, the Transcription Company of America. Intended to
be heard between Thanksgiving and Christmas, the series features
twenty-six fifteen-minute cliffhanger installments. The program
immediately hooks children because suspenseful fun is always present as
each episode concludes with yet another obstacle for Paddy and the
twins to overcome.
The Cinnamon Bear
is the classic story of Judy and Jimmy Barton who search for the
family's Silver Star which goes on top of their Christmas tree. They
discover the star has disappeared from the attic. Then they meet The
Cinnamon Bear, and fly to Maybeland in his Soda Pop Airplane in pursuit
of the Crazy Quilt Dragon, whom they believe took the ornament. They
meet a host of characters, including Crazy Quilt Dragon, The
Wintergreen Witch, Fe Fo the Giant, and even Santa Claus.
amazing adventure is a cliffhanger. Several times they recover the
star, only to lose it again. Eventually the star is found for good and
they return home just in time for Christmas.
story was written by Glan Heisch, inspired by the stuffed bear of his
boyhood, for his daughter, Catherine. Radio historians differ on the
year of the first broadcast -- some say 1937, others say 1943. It would
seem that it was "heard" several years before it was transcribed for
broadcast. Airplay would start just after Thanksgiving and run until
This is the full and complete 26 (15 minute
) episodes series heard on the radio in the 1930's and is still
replayed today on Local radio stations during the Xmas Hoildays
Writer: Glanville Heisch
Director: Lindsay MacHarrie
Music Composer: Don Honrath
Orchestra: Felix Mills
Singers: Paul Taylor Quartet
Recorded at: Radio Recorders
Cast of Characters:
Paddy O'Cinnamon (The Cinnamon Bear): Buddy Duncan
Mother: Verna Felton
Judy: Barbara Jean Wong
Crazy Quilt Dragon: Joseph Kerns
Snapper Snick Crocodile: Hanley Stafford
Samuel the Seal: Howard McNear
Slim the Cowboy: Howard McNear
Penelope the Pelecan: Elvia Allman
Mr. Presto, The Magician: Elliot Lewis
Santa Claus: Lou Merrill
Captain Tintop: Frank Nelson
Captain Taffy, The Pirate: Cy Kendall
Indian Chief: Cy Kendall
Weary Willie, The Stork: Gale Gordon
Oliver Ostrich: Gale Gordon
King Blotto: Ted Osborne
Professor Whiz, The Owl: Ted Osborne
Fe Fo, The Gentle Giant: Joe DuVal
Wintergreen Witch: Martha Wentworth
Fraidy Cat: Dorothy Scott
Assistant Blotto Executioner: Ed Max
Mudley: Elliot Lewis or Ed Max
Narrator: Bud Heistand
Snowman: Bill Thompson
Approx Run time: 6 1/2 hours