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PULP-POURRI THEATRE, S3 E5: Contains explicit sexual content. For mature audiences only.   “The Medici Boots” is adapted from a story of the same name by Pearl Norton Swet, which appeared in an issue of the long-running Weird Tales pulp-fiction magazine. Adapted, directed and produced by Pete Lutz. Set in the year 1935, it’s the story of John Delameter, his wife Suzanne, and his brother Eric — it’s also the story of a pair of beautifully styled boots, made in the 15th century and cursed in the same era. Weird things start happening to the Delameters once they inherit these boots from their historian uncle…     CAST: ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala NEWSCASTER: Riley Lutz UNCLE SILAS DICKERSON: Pete Lutz JOHN DELAMETER: Peter M. Howard SUZANNNE DELAMETER: Aileen Corpos ERIC DELAMETER: Pete Lutz ERSKINE: Gene Giggy MARIA MODENA and SERVANT: Alex Moore   SPECIAL FEATURES CAST: Kristy Glick, Pete Lutz, Nick Wommack, Austin Hanna, Kevin Schuster, Melody Gaines   SPECIAL 15th-CENTURY MUSIC (various composers) performed by Ernest Stoltz and Paul O’Dette   MUSIC FROM 1935 (and before) by the following: “Alone” by Arthur Freed and Nacio Herb Brown, sung by Kitty Carlisle “Easy To Remember” by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, sung by Bing Crosby “Isn’t It A Lovely Day (To Be Caught In The Rain)” by Irving Berlin, sung by Fred Astaire “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin “Violin Concerto No. 2 – II Andante Assai” by Prokofiev   Additional Music by: Kevin MacLeod of incompetech dot com “Paperback Writer” by the Beatles, performed by Andrew Kesler “Lara’s Theme (Somewhere My Love)” from Dr. Zhivago by Andre Rieu   Pulp-Pourri Theatre Theme composed and performed by Rich Wentworth   Opening announcers: Gene Lutz, Rich Wentworth