Simcha Gottlieb & Chaim Clorfene | The Mysterious Golem of Prague (feat. Leonard Nimoy)

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The Mysterious Golem of Prague (feat. Leonard Nimoy)

by Simcha Gottlieb & Chaim Clorfene

With stunning sound effects & music and an international cast, this thrilling radiodrama brings to life the legend that inspired "Frankenstein" - the saga of a mystical superhero who wages war against evil and defends a persecuted community from harm.
Genre: Spoken Word: Radio Drama
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Based on the true Kabbalah classic "Wonders of the Maharal" - a supernatural tale of intrigue, blind hatred, revenge, and justice won.

A peace-loving people is falsely accused of horrific crimes against humanity - the historic "blood libel." Their leader invokes the secret teachings of Kabbalah to create a living creature out of clay to save them: the Golem - half man, half monster, with the eyes of a demon and the heart of an innocent child.

It happened more than four centuries ago, yet its powerful dramatic significance still rings true. The "Maharal" - Rabbi Yehudah Loew - was one of the great sages of all time, a master of the esoteric lore, and beloved spiritual leader of 16th Century European Jewry. A statue in his likeness, and a statue of his creation, the Golem, still stand in the city of Prague today.

Recorded in Israel, New York, and Hollywood in the timeless style of classical radiodrama, The Mysterious Golem will thrill listeners young and old for many years to come.

For more on "The Mysterious Golem" and to view a 4-minute animated video excerpt, see the Producers' Website (the link is on the left hand side of this page.)


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