The Bootleggers Ep. 5: Five Thousand Crates of Whiskey

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When a sociopathic macaroni-salesman-turned-gangster asks Nick Lullaby to deliver five thousand crates of whiskey, Nick attempts to use the Tonawanda Railroad to smuggle alcohol across the border. Despite careful planning, everything falls apart.

The Bootleggers Ep. 5: Five Thousand Crates of Whiskey (Downloadable mp3 – right click the link and choose “Save Link As…”)

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Written, Directed, and Edited by Karl Sparks.

Recording Engineered by Magnifique Nsengimana

Voice Actors (in order of appearance):

Rocco Perri – A. Frickium

Nick Lullaby – Clarence Ling

Ruddy Chesterfield – Jon Baker

Spider – Tony Dipiazza

Wendolyn Marie O’Harren – Kira Redzinak

Inspector James Trevor – Greg Madejski

The Pocket Radio Theater theme is by The Pueblano Boys 2011 – Used with permission.

Boy Gone Bad (instrumental) was written by Meridian Splendor, and was commissioned for this podcast.

Our closing music is “Maple Leaf Rag” by Scott Joplin (written in 1899), recorded by Zachary Brewster-Geisz using orchestra software – this recording was released under a Public Domain Mark 1.0 license and downloaded on 3/7/15 from the following URL:

Photography by Carrie Klocke.

Special thanks to WRUR’s The Sting ( for the use of their recording studio and expertise.

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Dusk Atmos with Cicadas by kangaroovindaloo (

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Woodland birdsong June by juskiddink (

Glass Break by Tobiasz ‘unfa’ Karoń (

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Black Five at the Nene Valley Railway by konakaboom (

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Clothing_ShirtsandPants_Rustling by duckduckpony (

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Cloth Rip by Dpoggioli (

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