Corliss Lamont: Renegade Patriot
Several years ago, Corliss
Lamont's Grandson, Jonathan Heap, a Hollywood feature film director and television producer, shot a 16mm film
about his grandfather called Corliss Lamont: Renegade Patriot. The film
exists only in rough cut form, but presented here are five audio segments from the sound
track of the film, as well as some stills and a transcription of the dialogue.
The RealNetworks™ RealPlayer® or RealPlayer Plus™ program is required in order to play these files. If you don't already have a copy of one of these products installed on your system, you may download RealPlayer for free from the RealNetworks Web site.
Playback of these files, which will be pseudo-streamed via HTTP, requires a 56 kbps or faster Internet connection. If your browser supports the RealAudio plug-in (Content-Type audio/x-pn-realaudio-plugin), just click on the Play button within the embedded Player to hear the file. For browsers which don't support plug-ins, or if the plug-in is not installed, use the text link to launch the external Player program (Content-Type audio/x-pn-realaudio).
As an alternate file format, we've also provided MPEG-2 Layer III (ISO/IEC 13818-3) files, with both M3U (Content-Type audio/x-mpegurl) playlist links for HTTP pseudo-streaming and direct MP3 (Content-Type audio/x-mpeg) links. The MP3 files have a 24 kbps data rate and therefore should stream even with a dial-up Internet connection.
Microsoft's Windows Media Player (WMP) program, currently available for free for various versions of the Windows operating system from the Microsoft Web site, can also be used to play the M3U/MP3 files presented on the following five Web pages.
These files will also play in the free VideoLAN VLC media player program, which is available for a number of operating systems including Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, iOS, and Android. VLC media player is an excellent all-around multimedia player program and includes its own set of codecs that will not interfere with other codecs already installed on the system. A highly recommended application.
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