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Tales of Frankenstein - the Face in the Tombstone Mirror was a tv pilot about the scientist Baron Von Frankenstein and was put out by Hammer Horror Films. Good old-fashioned spookiness and howling wolves greet you tonight during The Night Owls Radio show.. hosted by The Mysterious Miss X .
a true clut classic comdey of all time. not only it paying tribute to the movie frankenstein. to me it feels like where it might pick up where the old one left off. like his dr frankenstein grandson following in his foot step. but trys to make good on the name and not be remember on what happen back then. the jokes in it where funny. even peter boyle playing the monster was just great. this is a movie u want keep watching every halloween for a good laugh. even gene wilder is great in it. plus even u say a line from the movie people know which movie u are talking about. so much hard work was put in this movie. plus the props they use in the movie where from the classic frankenstein movie. but let pay tribute and honor this cult classic comdey movie.
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After you take the kids out for the tricks and treats tonight sit down and share some old time radio with them. On this special Halloween broadcast we have 5 short stories for you... Frankenstein!
The Australian production of FRANKENSTEIN starring George Edwards in many of the roles (people often made fun of the way Orson Welles would play two roles on Mercury Theater radio productions but George plays seven in this and about as many in DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE—not so much because of his ego but because there just wasn’t enough money to hire all the actors they needed for these full length adaptations). This easrned him the title of “The Man with a Thousand Voices”.
The show was originally broadcast on 2GB in Sydney in 1931.
On a Thanksgiving edition of the ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review four new films. First, we review the seventh film in the Rocky series, Creed, starring Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone. Then, we review The Danish Girl, starring Eddie Redmayne and Alicia Vikander. After that, it's onto Victor Frankenstein with Daniel Radcliffe and James McAvoy. Finally, we end with Disney Pixar's The Good Dinosaur.
There are many qualities of the Frankenstein legacy films that prove hard to live up to. Great actors and terrible writing have led to some rather up and down creations over the years. In this weeks episode, we are going to discuss those misfits and mansions of writing fortune and give a nice once over look to the newest family addition - Victor Frankenstein. This one was on my much watch list as soon as I heard about it, and I made a point to go and see it as soon as it came out! Was I disappointed? Was it overwhelmingly good? You will have to tune in to find out! Feel free to call in and discuss your favorites and if you have seen this movie, even better! Let's compare notes and see what we can come up with.
Marc and Shane take a look at Victor Frankenstein, and let you know if James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe can make something of the retelling/reimagining of one of the most popular "monster" stories ever.
Despite the theoretic drawing power of the stars, this one hasn't been doing well with critics, and probably won't draw a huge audience considering the competition, but we'll let you know if you should give it a chance.
Terrance J Lefty returns to tell the story of young frankenstein the musical. join us to find out what exactle happens in a series of unfortunate perceptions of this show as we do not know what in the world will happen as Terrance tells us the real story behind some of the motives of this brilliant story. What happens? Find out at 11:30 EST/10:30 CST as Terrance J Lefty returns for the season conclusion of Late Night Talks With Scott L. Clayton. Warning: Extreme Graphical Content and Extreme Vulgarity.
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Today's Guest: Mark Voger, author of 'Monster Mash: The Creepy, Kooky Monster Craze in America 1957-1972.'
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• 8:45 Squaring a fascination with monsters such as Dracula against the teachings of the Catholic church;
• 16:44 Monster memorabilia was the of many a childhood;
• 25:50 Bill Cosby was genuinely scared to death of Boris Karloff when the star of many Universal monster flicks guest starred on an episode of "I Spy" in the 1960s.
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