Although most of the show was played for laughs, the regular science segments featured a genuine professor who studied under Albert Einstein and who had also been resident scientist on the original The Mickey Mouse Club (1955). See more »
In a cooking segment Grizelda tosses an orange into the cauldron and misses but there's still an accompanying splash sound as the orange bounces off the floor. See more »
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You know I knew a mosquito who was so afraid of heights that he was afraid to land on a shag rug. Ha ha! Uh-oh! LUNCH TIME!
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The animal suppliers provide "some puppies & stuff". See more »
Hilarious House of Frightenstein was a perfect show!
I love classic low budget Canadian shows that were still great. Even though they had little money to spend on their productions they made great shows because they obviously really cared, and this show for kids is maybe the best example of that.
Billy Van was a true talent who played most of the characters himself but it played them differently enough that it wasn't annoying and they actually seemed like different people. The characters and skits were very creative and fun and also educational pieces were shown for the value of the children.
I am lucky to have found some DVDs of this show at the pawn shop this summer and the shows are just as great as I remember them.
Great, campy fun! That's how I would describe it. To think it was made right in my home town of Hamilton at CHCH where so many other great shows (Smith and Smith Comedy Mill) were made and they continue making good shows today (This Movie Sucks) that are Canadian and proudly low budget despite their good quality. I still can't believe they had Vincent Price! That is so awesome.
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