Sir Graves Ghastly Presents

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aka: Sir Graves' Big Show
Sir Graves Ghastly was a tongue-in-cheek vampire character created by Cleveland-born actor Lawson J. Deming (1913-2007). The character was the host of a popular Saturday afternoon horror film television show that ran from 1967 to 1982 in Detroit, Cleveland, Washington, D.C. and parts of Canada. The program was originally billed as Sir Graves' Big Show, but later became known simply by the character name, Sir Graves Ghastly.

Films included in this set are:

The Human Monster (1939)
A series of strange deaths takes place in London. All are accidents but the victims are single men with no family and they all have a link to a life insurance company run by the mysterious Dr. Orloff (Bela Lugosi).

The Return Of The Vampire (1944)
Bela Lugosi stars as vampire Armand Tesla, who stalks the streets of World War II London after German bombing releases him from his grave. Aided by a werewolf named Andreas (Matt Willis) and opposed by Lady Jane (Frieda Inescort) who operates an asylum, Tesla goes in search of young ladies to supply him with blood.

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NOTE: The picture quality for this original television broadcast is rather soft, but still the best currently available anywhere for this extremely rare show.

Space Patrol

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Commander Corey (Ed Kemmer) and youthful Cadet Happy (Lyn Osborn) roam the 30th century universe in their ship Terra fighting super-villains Mr. Proteus and Prince Baccarratti and other bad guys. Captured bad guys get zapped with the Paralyzer, then get reprogrammed with the Brainograph.

Episodes included in this set are:
Giants Of Pluto
The Fiery Pit Of Pluto
Manhunt On Pluto
Amazons Of Cydonia
The Monsoon Trap On Cydonia
The Men Slaves Of Cydonia

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aka's: Supekutoruman/Ch˘jin Erementoman/ Spectralman/スペクトルマン
Sent by the Nebula Star to defend Earth, a super-cyborg battles mutated pollution monsters created by the evil space-simians Gori and Rah. (In Japanese language, Uncut).

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Star Maidens

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TV series of Anglo-German origin, set in the "present" Earth of the 1970's. A planet from another solar system drifts into Earth's system and is detected by some scientists who investigate. The surface of this planet is no longer habitable and the residents have moved to a high-tech underground city. The society is ruled by women, who of course, are all beautiful. Men are considered mentally inferior and are divided into two categories: the "adequately intelligent" who are selected by women to act as their personal "domestics" for household chores, and the remainder who are forced to perform menial labor under the supervision of female guards. The guards are attired nicely in visored helmets, boots, hot pants and elbow-length gloves which are used to control the men through some sort of apparent force. Scientists from Earth (two men and one woman) find their way to the planet and are forced to take their stated places in society. One man is chosen as a domestic, the less fortunate man is forced to work on a city maintenance crew and the woman is assigned a white-collar job. The aliens also visit Earth clandestinely in their tear-drop shaped ship. Some episodes bluntly address the issue of unfair discrimination based on sex.

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Tales Of The Vikings

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Leif (Jerome Courtland) sets off from Scandinavia around the year 1000 determined to find lands to conquer and settle. He, along with his fellow Vikings, find conflict and adventure as they venture further from their homeland. Also stars Buddy Baer, Walter Barnes and Stefan Schnabel.

NOTE: The picture quality for some of the episodes in this set are rather soft, but still the best currently available anywhere.

Episodes included in this set are:

The Merchants Of Venice
The Black Stone
The Hill Of Law
The Weapon

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Terry And The Pirates

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Colonel Terry Lee (John Baer) travels to the Orient in search of a gold mine left to him by his grandfather. While searching, he is a pilot employed by a "no questions asked" airline, run by Chopstick Joe (Jack Reitzen). His friend and co-pilot is Hotshot Charlie (William Tracy). His love interest is a girl named Burma (Sandra Spence). He and his friends are constantly in hot water, thanks to the mysterious Dragon Lady (Gloria Saunders), as they fly from one exotic location to the next.

Episodes included in this set are:
Boxer's Rebellion
Chinese Legacy
Green God
The Co-Pilot
Black Market For Death
Loaded Dice Affair
Tee Hee
Diplomatic Passport
Little Mandarin
The Maitland Affair
Chinese Coffin

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The Third Man

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This item includes four episodes from the rare British detective TV series which starred Michael Rennie (better known as Klaatu from The Day The Earth Stood Still), as business tycoon/amateur detective Harry Lime and Johnathan Harris (a.k.a. Dr. Zachary Smith from Lost In Space) as his faithful assistant Bradford Webster. (Uncut).

Episodes included in this set are:
The Man Who Died Twice
Dark Island
A Little Knowledge
House Of Bon Bons
The Third Medallion
A Pocketful Of Sin
As The Twig Is Bent
Broken Strings
One Kind Word
Barcelona Passage
Toys Of The Dead
How To Buy A Country
Diamond In The Rough
A Question In Ice

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Time Out For Ginger

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She's just an angel in jeans in her terrible teens! That's Virginia "Ginger" Carol (Candy Moore), the feisty, boisterous, unstoppable teenage girl based on Ronald Alexander's hit 1953 Broadway play of the same name. Desperate to find a car for her sister's big date, Ginger considers buying her a new one! This episode of The Comedy Spot (1960-62) aired on September 18, 1962. Also stars Maggie Hayes, Karl Swenson, Roberta Shore and Margaret Hamilton, aka: The The Wicked Witch of the West in The Wizard Of Oz (1939).

Tom Corbett, Space Cadet

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Set during the middle of the 22nd Century at the Space Academy (a training school for the Solar Guards) and aboard the Polaris, a Solar Guard training ship, this hugely-popular science-fiction series was one of the very few programs to air on all four major networks, including a brief period in 1951 when it ran on two networks simultaneously (NBC and ABC). It was seen three times weekly over CBS and ABC in a fifteen-minute format and in half-hour episodes on Saturdays over DuMont and NBC. Stars Frankie Thomas.

Volume 1. - The Mercurian Invasion
Five 15-minute episodes

Volume 2. - The Asteroid Of Death
Three 30-minute episodes

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This enjoyable series was about a somewhat grumpy and uptight banker, Cosmo Topper (Leo G. Carroll), and the ghosts which only he could see or hear, George and Marion Kerby (Richard Sterling and Anne Jeffreys). The Kerbys would often try to get Cosmo to loosen up and enjoy life, but more often they would complicate it.

Episodes included in this set are:
The Trip To Lisbon
Topper Goes West
The Sweepstakes
The Proposal
Untitled episode
Topper Goes To Las Vegas
George's Old Flame
Henrietta Sells The House

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The Trouble With Father

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aka: The Stu Erwin Show
Trouble comes in all shapes and sizes in this hilarious situation comedy series sarring Stu and June Erwin. The real-life husband and wife team had been acting together for years when they began this series in 1950. Stu plays Principal Erwin of Hamilton High School and does his best to raise daughters Joyce (Ann Todd) and Jackie (Sheila James). Along with handyman Willie (Willie Best), the Erwins discover that it's the little things in life that go from bad to worse. This collection of early episodes also includes rare vintage commercials, some of which feature the cast themselves.

Episodes included in this set are:
Many Happy Returns
Father's Pet
The Big Game
Father Gets In The Act
Pearl Necklace
Leave It To Stu
Father Takes A Test
Family Tree
Jackie Knows All
Spring For Father
Thank You, Jarvis, Thank You
Youth, It's Beautiful

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The Vampira Show

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Maila Nurmi was the host of the show, which ran on Los Angeles TV station KABC from 1954 to 1955. Each show opened with Vampira gliding down a dark corridor flooded with dry-ice fog. At the end of her trance-like walk, the camera zoomed in on her face as she let out a piercing scream. She would then introduce (and mock) that evening's film while reclining barefoot on a skull-encrusted Victorian couch.

Film presented: The Thirteenth Guest (1932)
13 years before the story opens, there was a dinner party, at which the 13th guest failed to show up. The master of the manner has died and left the bulk of his estate to this 13th guest, but nobody knows who that is. Now someone is murdering the remaining guests and placing their dead bodies at the table, in the same seat they had occupied 13 years before. Stars Ginger Rogers and Lyle Talbot.

On June 20, 1955, Nurmi was the victim of an attempted murder when a man forced his way into her apartment and proceeded to terrorize her for close to four hours. Nurmi eventually escaped and managed to call the police, with assistance from a local shop owner.

In 1981, Nurmi was asked by KHJ-TV to revive her Vampira character for TV. She eventually left the project over creative differences. According to Nurmi this was because the station cast comedic actress Cassandra Peterson in the part of Elvira without consulting her. Nurmi soon filed a lawsuit against Peterson and the show Elvira's Movie Macabre. The court eventually ruled in favor of Peterson, holding that "likeness" means actual representation of another person's appearance, and not simply close resemblance." Peterson claimed that Elvira was nothing like Vampira aside from the basic design of the black dress and black hair.

The Veil

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Two years before Thriller, Boris Karloff hosted The Veil, a never-broadcast ten-episode pilot of a TV horror anthology for the Hal Roach Studios in 1958. Boris also starred in nine of The Veil's ten episodes, making this a rare treat for Karloff fans. All ten 26-minute episodes are available--directed by such genre luminaries as George Waggner (The Wolf Man) and Herbert L. Strock (I Was a Teenage Frankenstein) and starring such familiar faces as Patrick Macnee (The Avengers), Robert Hardy (Psychomania), Niall MacGinnis (Curse Of The Demon), Clifford Evans (Kiss Of The Vampire), Morris Ankrum (Earth vs. The Flying Saucers), Eve Brent (Gun Girls) and even a young George Hamilton. So join Boris Karloff for another journey into the world of the unexplainable which lies behind...The Veil. (Uncut).

Morris Ankrum died of trichinosis on September 2, 1964, Pasadena, CA. Trichinosis is a disease caused by eating undercooked meat containing cysts of Trichinella spiralis. Trichinella spiralis can be found in pork, bear, walrus, fox, rat, horse, and lion meat. When a person eats meat from an infected animal, Trichinella cysts break open in the intestines and grow into adult roundworms. The roundworms produce other worms that move through the gut wall and into the bloodstream. These organisms tend to invade muscle tissues, including the heart and diaphragm (the breathing muscle under the lungs). They can also affect the lungs and brain. Ankrum was 67 years old.

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Way Out

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This fantasy/horror/science fiction anthology series was hosted by Roald Dahl. Similar in twist-ending style style to contemporary show The Twilight Zone, this show delved into creepy horror. Guest stars included: Fritz Weaver, Martin Balsam, Mark Lenard, Doris Roberts, Richard Thomas, Barry Morse, Tim O'Connor, Dick O'Neill and Ray Walston.

Includes the original network commercials of the time period.

The picture quality for some of the episodes in this series is rather soft, but still the best currently available anywhere.

Episodes included in this set are:
William and Mary
I Heard You Calling Me
The Croaker
False Face
Dissolve To Black
Death Wish
The Overnight Case
Hush Hush
Side Show

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Whistle And I'll Come To You (TV Episode)

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This TV episode was part of a UK TV series titled Omnibus. A socially isolated university professor on holiday (Michael Hordern) finds an old bone whistle while walking on a beach. After trying the whistle, he experiences increasingly disturbing nightmares which threaten his sanity. Also stars Ambrose Coghill and George Woodbridge. Also with Nora Gordon and Freda Dowie.

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