Quorum — The Gambler’s Tale: “All That Glitters,” Part 7 of 10

July 2012. Jimmy Harmon has uncovered a troubling connection between the work he has been doing for venture capitalist Anton Kreitzer and the ongoing danger that threatens his ex-girlfriend Robin Freeman. And digging through the secret papers of the mysterious real estate group implicated in these threats reveals little else. But in their quest to find more concrete evidence of wrongdoing, Jimmy and Robin may find themselves in far graver danger than either of them could anticipate.

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Length: 30:50

Rated AD-PG, so parental guidance is suggested
Contains semi-adult language (“crap,” several uses of “damn” and associated variations, “dumbass,” several mentions of “hell,” “pissed,” and using JC’s name in vain), horse-race gambling, breaking and entering, threatening with a gun and various sharp-bladed implements, torturing a character for information, and vehicular assault.

Cast (in order of speaking)

Announcer: Marsha Rehns
Jimmy Harmon: Cameron McNary
Robin Freeman: Emily H. Gilson
Wiktoria Sałkiewicz: Lydia Kraniotis
Carl Pantusso: Kevin Murray
Malone: Ricardo Padilla
Eleanor Wallis: Ariana Almajan
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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Copper Coins for Golden Dreams
performed by Pete Papageorge
Website

(It’s Not Really) A Bad World
performed by Pete Papageorge
from the album Here’s to Dreams Come True
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Baila
performed by Gushito

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