A hosted horror movie show with Lisa Clark as Moona Lisa, screened on KHJ-TV, Channel 9, Los Angeles, California between January 1972 to Mid 1973.

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A hosted horror movie show with Lisa Clark as Moona Lisa, screened on KHJ-TV, Channel 9, Los Angeles, California between January 1972 to Mid 1973.

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January 1972 (USA)  »

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Fright Night with Grimsley  »

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The WOR-TV version did not have any on-screen host, instead off-screen announcers introduced the movies and handled bumpers. One of the staff announcers handling these duties for the show, Ted Mallie, had been the final announcer for the long-running Mutual series "The Shadow" in its final two seasons (1953-1954) on the air. See more »

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Referenced in Mystery Science Theater 3000: Humanoid Woman (1989) See more »

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