Tracers
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9:43 AM - Oct 27, 2010 #11

That Glee episode was great! Thanks, Judith.and love all the programs at you site, BTain81. Hadn't seen that Happy Days episode in along time!
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serya
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4:53 PM - Oct 27, 2010 #12

AMC had Frankenstein and Dracula last Saturday too. Dracula had Phillip Glass composed music played by the Kronos Quartet.
I wonder how they did that.....Dracula with Lugosi has sound already, right? I could see a newly added score to the silent film of Nosferatu. How did they combine the new music in Dracula? What was it like?
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judith
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5:05 PM - Oct 27, 2010 #13

That Glee episode was great!
LOL, yes! I enjoyed it too. "It's just a jump to the left. And then a step to the right."
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serya
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5:08 PM - Oct 27, 2010 #14

My favorite Halloween show/tradition is a tie between Disney's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow/Ichabod Crane (swoons at Bing Crosby) and of course, Charlie Brown and the Great Pumpkin. Love those memories...
Somewhat related, on Wonderful World of Disney (and shown in theaters) I loved "The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh"- 1700s revolutionary English countryside super hero dressed as a scarecrow- a Scooby Doo style Scarlet Pimpernel (or something like that). saw the Great Pumpkin again after all these years- so wonderful and dreamy like all the other stuff, the Guaraldi music. I had forgotten about Snoopy reenacting the pilot shot down behind enemy lines, brought back such great memories.
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BugsMoran
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7:09 PM - Oct 27, 2010 #15

I thought the music for the Bela Lugosi was overblown and more annoying than anything else. Last Saturday morning I watched Frankenstein & Dracula but they're meant for a rainy, foggy wisconsin October night rather than a sunny & warm day in South Carolina, so I didn't enjoy them very much.TCM, I think, is running Hammer Production Films on Friday nights. The best is the first one: Horror of Dracula. I saw it at the theatre when I was a kid and it was horrifying.One year in the opening days of the 2ist century, Pattrick Macnee of the old Avengers TV series hosted a weekend of old horror movies and it was great. Mostly they stuck to the old Universal films of the Thirties & Fourties.The Victorian Era theme seems pretty cool.
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Eric M
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1:06 AM - Oct 28, 2010 #16

Somewhat related, on Wonderful World of Disney (and shown in theaters) I loved "The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh"- 1700s revolutionary English countryside super hero dressed as a scarecrow- a Scooby Doo style Scarlet Pimpernel (or something like that).
It's out on DVD, I had to get it, along with the Hammer Films version "Night Creatures".
As Gram's younger sister, known as Little Avis, would later recall, “Things were mighty strange around the house.”
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3:34 AM - Oct 30, 2010 #17

thanks tracers....glad u liked it!
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5:59 AM - Sep 21, 2011 #18

Hey everyone...my site for Halloween shows is still up and running. Nearly 200 shows have been posted. Check it out, and give me some feedback?www.halloweenshows.net
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ratman
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6:09 PM - Sep 21, 2011 #19

Just had time to scan it quickly but can see you've put alooottt of time into it. Some shows I sure remember. I'll check more deeply when I can. Good site!
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2:59 AM - Sep 22, 2011 #20

Do you have this one on there? One of my favorite scary movies from the 1940's.The Uninvited (1944) - IMDbhttp://www.imdb.com/title/tt0037415/Rating: 7.6/10 - 95 reviewsA composer and his sister discover that the reason they are able to purchase a beautiful gothic seacoast mansion very cheaply is the house's unsavory past.Directed by Lewis Allen. Starring Ray Milland, Ruth Hussey, Donald Crisp.
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