Shock Theater (1963–1966)

TV Series  -  Horror | Sci-Fi
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Ghoulardi
25 September 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Enjoyed reading all the comments. His favorites lines included "purple knif" and "turn blue". He was the ultimate contrast for us kids growing up in the early 60's, from the conservative upbringing in those days. I remember the movie "Cyclops" where the crew sent to find their lost associate are combing the jungle for him. Ghoulardi was superimposed, saying "this way guys, just follow the beer cans". His irreverance to Dorothy Fuldheim, who was married (I believe) to the owner of the station, ensuring her tenure. A rumor passed through our town that if we gathered enough signatures, he would come to our school to do a show. He thanked us on the air, but said no chance. We loved him anyway. Not much to do in those days, but his show was a nice break.


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