As Time Goes By (Audio Cassette) (Abridged)
As Time Goes By - Audio Cassette - Abridged Author:Michael Walsh, Lynn Redgrave (Narrator), Edward Herrmann (Narrator) The most romantic and beloved film of all time ends on the tarmac of Casablanca - where this story begins..... — At long last comes the book that continues the story of Rick, Ilsa, Victor, Louis, Sam and even Sacha and Carl...the men and women of Casablanca. In a mesmerizing story filled with wartime adventure and intrigue, AS TIME GOES BY not on... more »ly tells you what happened after Ilsa and Victor Laszlo left Casablanca, but takes you on a fascinating journey into the past as it answers all the questions you ever wanted to ask about Rick, Ilsa and Renault...
Do Victor and Ilsa make it to America? Do Rick and Louis join the Free French garrison in Brazzaville? How did Rick meet Sam? How did Louis end up in Casablanca? Why can't Rick return to New York? And most of all....Will Rick and Ilsa ever see each other again?
From sun-baked Casablanca to wartime London, from the smoke-filled speakeasies of Prohibition New York to the tension-filled streets of occupied Prague, AS TIME GOES BY brings to life the people you thought you would never meet again. Here they are once more: Rick sounding so much like Bogey, you'd swear Bogart wrote the dialogue; Louis, as usual, dapper and ironic; Ilsa as incandescently beautiful and brave as ever. Filled with the kind of powerful emotions that will make you want to jump to your feet in a crowded nightclub when a band plays the Marseillaise, AS TIME GOES BY will take you on a dangerous mission behind enemy lines...in the story that every Casablanca fan has been waiting for since 1943.
Here's looking at you, kid.
Abridged. Read by Edward Herrman and Lynn Redgrave. 4 audiocassettes : 6 hr. « less
This story takes place right after the plane leaves Casablanca with Ilsa and Victor. It tells what might have happened afterwards with the main characters. It also flashes back to the past and tells about Rick's time in New York and covers why he had to leave and can't return.
It has a plotline that involves the main characters and is quite interesting.
A good read...er...listen as this is the tape version. :)