Justin Bartha, Sigmund Stern & Emil Stern | King of the Egg Cream

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King of the Egg Cream

by Justin Bartha, Sigmund Stern & Emil Stern

The rollicking tale of Harry Dolowich, who rose from nothing to create a syrup racket in Prohibition-era New York. Based on true events, it imagines the story of a man who reached for the American dream and grabbed a bit more than he could handle.
Genre: Spoken Word: Radio Drama
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Something Like Mattering
22:39 album only
2. The Brooklyn Banshee
17:36 album only
3. Extra-Klopkin
18:38 album only
4. The Opposite of Kosher
19:32 album only
5. Anchors Aweigh
19:02 album only
6. Dolowich's Travels
24:35 album only
7. Meetik
19:04 album only
8. What the Hell Is Yankee?
24:08 album only
9. Dead Wagon
20:21 album only
10. Day of Atonement
24:52 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Created and Produced by Justin Bartha, Emil Stern and Sigmund Stern

Directed by Justin Bartha

Written by Emil Stern and Sigmund Stern

Cast (in alphabetical order)

Caroline Aaron - Estelle

Ellen Barkin - Mrs. Kaplan

Justin Bartha - Harry Dolowich

Lewis Black - Uncle Alf

Bobby Cannavale - Sam

Christopher Carley - Busboy, Various

Jordan Gelber - Irving Dolowich

Joanna Gleason - Mrs. Dolowich, Various

Ari Graynor - Charlotte Lefkowitz

Joe Grifasi - Mr. Katz, Mr. Itzkowitz, Mr. Horowitz, and other voices

Alex Karpovsky - Johnny Flintzman

Richard Kind - Narrator

Jordan Lage - Mr. Dolowich, Jethro, Soda Jerk and other voices

Melanie Lynskey - Alice

Jason Ritter - Louis

John Rothman - Mr. Lefkowitz, Lips Gorecki, and other voices

Michael Stuhlbarg - Rabbi Morris Slikowsky

Aramaic Consultant - Raphael Dascalu

Cantor - Sholom Feldman

"Yoy Diddy Yoy", "If It's Good Enough for Moses", "Pitkins Pickles Jingle", "Dolowich Girls Work

Song" -- Music and Lyrics by Emil and Sigmund Stern


Original Music Written and Performed by Daniel Weltlinger, Daniel Pliner and Zohar's Nigun

Daniel Weltlinger - Violin

Daniel Pliner - Piano

Simon Milman - Bass

Alon Ilsar - Drums

Score recorded and engineered by Brian Campeau at the Plex Studios, St. Peters, NSW

Additional engineering and production by Adrian Deutsch

"I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise" written by George Gershwin, performed by Ari Graynor

"Yoy Diddy Yoy" and "Good Enough for Moses" performed by Michael Stuhlbarg

"Pitkins Pickles Jingle" performed by Ari Graynor

"Dolowich Girls Work Song" performed by Lane Moore

Sound Design
John Kassab, johnkassab.com

Music Supervisor
Jennifer Mandel, Uncle Agnes Music


Recorded at Goldcrest Studios, NYC; Argot Studios, NYC; CDM Studios, NYC; Studio 5A, Los Angeles

Recorded by Edward Shin at ST5A DTLA, Los Angeles

Mixed and mastered by Peter Mister Rocks and Edward Shin at ST5A, Los Angeles

Graphic Design: CHIPS

Illustration: Joana Avillez

Profound Love and Gratitude to Jack and Eva Stern

Running time: 210 minutes

Copyright Sorpasso Productions



1. Something Like Mattering

2. The Brooklyn Banshee

3. Extra-Klopkin

4. The Opposite Of Kosher

5. Anchors Aweigh

6. Dolowich's Travels

7. Meetik

8. What The Hell Is Yankee?

9. Dead Wagon

10. Day Of Atonement



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