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(1960 TV series)
Episode: The Masquerade Party
Fred and Barney have picked out the same costume for the Water Buffaloes' annual masquerade ball. Fred selects a new costume...
A nostalgic look at radio's golden age focusing on one ordinary family and the various performers in the medium.
(1996 TV series)
Episode: Arnold's Halloween
Arnold and Gerald team up to carry out the ultimate Halloween prank, by deliberately faking a news radio broadcast of an alien invasion, causing widespread panic throughout town not seen since Orson Welles inadvertently did so in 1938!
(1989 TV series)
Episode: Treehouse of Horror XVII
"Married to the Blob" - a take-off on The Blob, with Homer in the title role as radiation from a meteor turns him into a blob-like monster...
Porky puts his cats out in the snow, but then they put him out and have a party. Expelling them again, Porky goes to bed, only to be terrorized by the felines' mock Martian invasion.
The Night That Panicked America
(1975 TV movie)
A dramatization of the Oct. 30, 1938 mass panic that Orson Welles' radio play, "The War of the Worlds" accidentally provoked.
Pardon My Blooper
A collection of classic bloopers (mistakes) from radio and television broadcasts, based on Kermit Schafer's blooper books and recordings.
(1948 TV series)
Episode: The Night America Trembled
(2004 TV series documentary)
Episode: Beyond the War of the Worlds
In print for over 100 years, H.G. Wells' seminal work "The War of the Worlds" has thrilled millions...
War of the Worlds
(1988 TV series)
Humanity must resume its war against the Martians after they revive after decades of hibernation after their defeat in the 1950's.
|11||Martian Mania: The True Story of The War of the Worlds (1998 TV documentary)||6.4/10||28|
|12||Broadcast (2002 short)||"||16|
|13||Spaced Invaders (1990)||5.0/10||2,107|
|14||Alien Autopsy: (Fact or Fiction?) (1995 TV documentary)||4.8/10||302|
|15||The Nutty Network (1939 short)|
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