Tilly

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#FD4: “Tilly”
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“Tilly” is a radio drama created by Focus on the Family. It was written by Frank Peretti and adapted for radio by Steve Harris. It first aired August 10, 1987, a few months after Family Portraits and before Odyssey USA.


Summary

A visit to a cemetery causes Kathy Ross to experience strange feelings of guilt.

Plot

Kathy and Dan Ross are just like any other young couple. No one would ever imagine what secrets lie buried in their souls until Kathy is captivated by that simple name on a tiny gravestone and their lives are changed forever. Originally presented as a radio drama on Focus on the Family, Tilly is a deeply moving novel—an unforgettable story of life, love, and Christ’s forgiveness.

— From Amazon.com

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Cast

Role Voice Actor
Tilly Ross Unknown
Pastor Taylor Unknown
Dan Ross Roger Scott
Kathy Ross Flo Di Re
Amy Ross Unknown
Mr. Bendix Phil Lollar
Cemetery Worker Bob Luttrell


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