“Johnny Appleseed,” published by Rabbit Ears, Rowayton, Ct., 1992. (30 min.)
The story (cartoon style) tells the story of Johnny Chapman (Johnny Appleseed) who distributed apple seeds across the early Midwestand made him a lengend.
“Daniel Boone,” produced by Hanna-Barbera Home Video, Inc., 1981. (50 min.) Story (cartoon style) covers Daniel Boone’s childhood, his exploration of Kentucky, friendship with the Shawnee Indians and service in the newly formed U. S. Congress.
“Davy Crockett: King of the Wild Frontier,” published by Walt Disney Home Video, 1992. (93 min.) Story entails the legendary woodsman, Indian fighter, bear wrestler and leader of the fight for freedom at the Alamo.
“Davy Crockett,” published by Rabbit Ears Productions, Rowayton, Ct., 1992. (30 min.)
Story (cartoon style) of legendary Davy Crockett and his rise to fame in Congress and his fight for freedom at the Alamo.
“Fun With Character Voices” published by One Way Street, Inc., 1991. (65 min.) Liz Von Seggen gives examples of many voice variations that can be used for many different puppet voices.
For more information on puppetry write:
One Way Street, Inc.
P.O. Box 2309
Littleton, CO 80161
*One does not have to be a ventriloquist to implement this unit. If puppetry is used any voice variation or use thereof will be effective.