EPISODE 100: In this landmark episode, we celebrate the yuletide with the help of our special friend — actor, filmmaker, and audio dramatist, Anthony DP Mann, who joins me in our main discussion about 1984’s CBS Presentation of A Christmas Carol, starring George C. Scott. This version is renowned for its fidelity and excellence, an annual tradition for many who cherish Dickens’ most famous ghost story. And Rockford Jay weighs in to discuss some related artifacts. Won’t you make merry with us?
When David Banner gets an overdose of gamma radiation, it awakens an inner-monster who is triggered by rage, transforming the doctor into The Incredible Hulk. We take a look a the 1978 pilot telefilm by Kenneth Johnson, starring Bill Bixby and Susan Sullivan.
Squeezing in a bonus show for October: HAVE GUN WILL TRAVEL (1957-1963) was grounded in the real world of the Old West, but in the episode, EVERYMAN, Paladin draws the Tarot Death Card and experiences a brush with the supernatural. Richard Boone stars.
They’re the most glamorous amateur sleuths going. We gather with the Harts in an old, dark house in search of hidden treasure….and murder. Hart to Hart was an extremely entertaining murder mystery show that ran for five seasons, beginning in 1979, starring Robert Wagner and Stefanie Powers.
Hitch your wagon to episode 34 for a journey back to this nightmare on the prairie. This is one hardcore episode of Little House you won’t want to miss this Halloween.
When waves of wounded arrive at the 4077, the sleep-deprived crew find no rest in their slumbers. They’re plagued with nightmares in a surreal landscape as the horrors of war seep into their dreams.