Quorum — The Gambler’s Tale: “All That Glitters,” Part 3 of 10

July 2012. After finally joining in on the most exclusive private poker game in Los Angeles — a goal for which he may have ulterior motives — Jimmy Harmon works to help his former girlfriend Robin unearth the sinister forces that may be killing her coworkers… without rendering her their next victim. In the meantime, he takes on a mysterious assignment from venture capitalist Anton Kreitzer, once again encountering the brash hustler Ken Ford and the enigmatic yet alluring Eleanor Wallis.

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Length: 29:14

Rated AD-PG, so parental guidance is suggested
Contains semi-adult language (several instances of “hell” and “damn” and variations thereof, “asshat,” JC’s name in vain, and “screw” in a non-explicit context), drinking of alcoholic beverages, gambling (poker and horse betting), discussion of breaking and entering, malicious threatening by pistol, and even more inscrutable Cockney dialect.

Cast (in order of speaking)

Announcer: Marsha Rehns
Jimmy Harmon: Cameron McNary
Carl Pantusso: Kevin Murray
Parker Wells: Daniel Rylee Bush
Ken Ford: Patrick Kirchner
Margaret Florian: Laura Rocklyn
Anton Kreitzer: Pete Papageorge
Barista: Lydia Kraniotis
Wilmer Crick: Christopher Walker
Robin Freeman: Emily H. Gilson
Farah: Liz Christmas
Eleanor Wallis: Ariana Almajan
Mysterious Gunman: Ricardo Padilla
Racing Announcer: Bob Hurley
Tom: Tom Kramer
Paul: James Whalen

Crew

Recorded at Tulgey Wood Studios in Deepest Springfield
Supplemental recording at various other studios throughout the area
Music by Brooks Tegler
Dialogue and sound effects editing, mastering and final mixing by William R. Coughlan
Produced by Bjorn Munson
Written and directed by William R. Coughlan

Music Selections

Early in the Morning
composed by Clyde Hunt
performed by Brooks Tegler’s Hot Jazz
from the album And Not Only That!
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Come Dine With Me
performed by Neil Cross

By the Beautiful Blue Danube
composed by Johann Strauss II
performed by Craig Austin

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