The Fourth Tower of Inverness


  • Series: Jack Flanders
  • Number: 1
  • Date: 1972


  • ZBS Code: FT
  • Count: 5
  • Time: 7:00:00
  • Binaural: No
  • Real-Time: Yes


  • ZBS Code: FTCD
  • Count: 6
  • Time: 7:11:57

Contents (CD)

Part One, 1:12:28

1There is No Fourth Tower
2Two Bear Feet?
3Bargaining With Borneo Cannibals
4The Price is Your Heart!

Part Two, 1:12:52

1Me Hide, You Seek
2I Saw a Unicorn Once
3There Won't Be Any Me Left
4It's Coming to Feast
5I'm Back in My Body
6Past Lives of Jack Flanders

Part Three, 1:10:47

1Four Fat and Sassy Dragons
2The Tibetian Wheel of Life
3Laughter & Joy
4Many a Tear Has To Fall
5Hi Oh Silver, Awaay!
6Hey, Those Are My Toes

Part Four, 1:13:14

1Those Cool & Limpid Green Eyes
2Faster, Dr. Mazoola, Faaaaster!
3Myths Are Deep Within Us
4Woe to Thee, Unlucky Jack
5Let's See You Get Out of This One

Part Five, 1:09:41

1Hail, Fair Birds
2Twirling Their Toes
3Where's That Nephew of Mine?
4Into the Center of the Mountain
5The Dragon, It's Coming!
6What Awaits Behind This Third Door?
7I'm Writing My History

Part Six, 1:12:55

1Yes, Quite Odd
2How Do You Fold An Om?
3Over The Edge & Aloft!
4Hey, Jazzbo
5The Juke Box, That's It!
6Hit the Road, Jack

The tapes end with a promo for Moon Over Morocco.


Robert LorickJack Flanders
Valerie MamchesLady Jowls, Meanie Eenie
Laura EstermanMadonna Vampyra
Little Frieda (P. J. Orte)Little Frieda
Meatball FultonChief Wampum, Old Far Seeing Art
Murray HeadLord Jowls
Dave HermanNarrator, Dr. Mazoola
Paul ConesIntro- and Outro-Themes
Mark StoneOutro Announcer
Written & DirectedMeatball Fulton
MusicTim Clark
IllustrationDavid Byrd
EngineerBobby Bielecki
Special thanks to: Robert Durard, The Jefferson Airplane, John Romkey, Michael Roach, Augie Blum, Max & Miles and all the Gang at ZBS.
Dedicated to Rango, his vision made all this possible.

Note: actor[*] Pat Anderson may be Little Frieda / P. J. Orte. Or they may be two completely different people.

[*] Yes, the Screen Actors Guild considers this to be a gender-neutral terma nd prefers its use in cases like this. How do I know? I asked them.


tower level 1, 2001-12-05 (PDF, 636 KBytes).

tower level 2, 2001-12-11 (PDF, 655 KBytes).

tower level 3, 2001-12-05 (PDF, 666 KBytes).


Also available in the Original Radio Version. That version was released via podcast.

Song excerpts:

  • "Green Eyes" by Jimmy Dorsey*
  • "There Goes My Baby" by The Drifters
  • "Where Do You Come From" by Elvis Presley
  • "Devil In Disguise" by Elvis Presley
  • "Monday, Monday" by Mamas and the Papas
  • "Duke of Earl" by Gene Chandler
  • "Angel Baby" by Rosie and the Originals
  • "Life Could Be a Dream (Sh'Boom)" by The Chords*
  • "Oh What A Night" by The Dells
  • "Most of All" by The Moonglows
  • "Many A Tear Has to Fall" by The Platters

*Not sure that this is the correct artist, but based on many versions heard, this version sounds most like the song as heard in the series.


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