SOLD OUT. Very sorry, but the last copy of the limited edition "COMPLETE SECRET ADVENTURES OF THE TOOTH FAIRY" collector's package has been sold.
If you're a Dick Orkin fan, you can download this audio seminar in which he explains how he has come up with so many creative ideas for The Secret Adventures of the Tooth Fairy, Chickenman, and of course the thousands of brilliant Radio Ranch radio commercials.
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Posted by Jamie
A totally unique (apart from Chickenman, of course)creation that makes radio stand out as a medium of special value. And did Chickenman manage without the Mammoth Dental Organ ??
And did the President end up watching Bonanza?
Posted by John Fuldner
On the heels of the White Winged Warrior, fluttered the Adventures of the Tooth Fairy, who collected the Chicken Man's teeth as they were beaten weekly out of his skull. Newton Snookers' daily losing battle of wits with Nurse Durken is sublime in its idiocy as it is in its dry, dead pan execution.
I return to 1973 every episode, reliving my mis-spent youth listening to the radio, staring in mirror at my pimpled self, and digging bottomless pits to trap my neighbor's Chihuahua. Those were fun times, and so are The Adventures of The Tooth Fairy
Posted by Michae Lehmann
Just wanted to drop you a line to let you know the Tooth Fairy collection arrived today. I am delighted with the quality of the audio and I and my son were already on a Tooth Fairy marathon in the car today.
Many thanks to you, Dick Orkin, all of the other voice talent and production people involved for making this amazing comedy available to the public.
I will enjoy this (and my Chickenman set as well) for many, many years to come!
Posted by Mark Huck
Thank you for issuing the complete Tooth Fairy Collection on CD!
The new format is welcome; it allows me to retire my 35 year old
cassette tapes, and enjoy the very well written and performed serial
anew! They are as entertaining now as then.
Posted by Dale Leichsenring
Wonderful stuff! The Tooth Fairy aired without my knowledge in the 70's, so this IS hearing it for the first time!!! Still am not all the way thru, but did want to let you know the smiles and chortles these episodes evoke.
Posted by Darrell Northen
This package is a great value and very nicely conceived. The audio quality is excellent. To a true fan of the Molar Marauder (me), price is no object, well, almost!
Listening once again to these misadventures of Newton Snookers brought back great high school memories from the early 70's, when I first heard them. Every morning, I would perch in front of my radio, (just like Ralphie in "A Christmas Story" waiting for Little Orphan Annie) ready to hear the next broadcast from the dental asylum located in the Tishamingo Towers. Too bad they never offered a secret decoder molar!
Just like a song brings back memories of times, places and friends, these episodes will do the same. Thanks, for finally getting this great package available to us — the true loyal fans of The Tooth Fairy!
Posted by Harvey Hartman
Upon receiving my much-anticipated Tooth Fairy set, I immediately plopped the first disc in the VW's CD player. Wow, what an enjoyable return to simpler times — before computers, sushi worms, and Britney Spears! Listening to the whole series over the following weeks was a real pleasure and while many of the episodes were instantly familiar, I had forgotten the finer details that made the series so enjoyable. My new Tooth Fairy collection is now sitting proudly between my Chickenman and Firesign Theate collections.
Posted by Jeff Scalf
I am a huge fan of Dick Orkin's work and absolutely love listening to Chickenman episodes that I had heard when I was an adolescent. I had never heard the Tooth Fairy stories when I was younger but knew if it was done by Dick Orkin and offered by Dan O'Day, it would be spectacular. Needless to say I was not disappointed. I love listening to the Tooth Fairy and Chickenman on my drive home from work. It's laugh out loud fun. As a long time purchaser of Dan O'Day products I can assure individuals that whatever Dan sells is of the highest quality.
Posted by Jordan Archer
I loved The Tooth Fairy as a kid and was really excited when it was released on CD's. After 30 years it's still often a roll on the floor laugh. And it brings back the memories of walking home from school listening to the radio for the latest episode of The Tooth Fairy. Like other classics of comedy, a good bit never goes bad. It was a fine addition to the Chickenman collection that I already own.
Posted by Tom Thornburg
After purchasing the Chickenman series, I couldn't resist adding The Tooth Fairy to my collection. It goes on the shelf right along with my Stan Freeberg collection. Thanks for making them available. I don't believe anyone takes the time to be that creative these days.
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