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Dr. Terrible's House of Horrible 

Series of half hour parodies of British horror films of the 60s and 70s.
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Steve Coogan ...  Dr. Terrible / ... 6 episodes, 2001
Graham Duff Graham Duff ...  Josh / ... 4 episodes, 2001
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Series of half hour parodies of British horror films of the 60s and 70s.

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Comedy | Horror

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English

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12 November 2001 (UK) See more »

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(6 episodes)

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Referenced in Sheila Keith: A Nice Old Lady? (2005) See more »

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More silliness from Steve Coogan.
9 January 2002 | by matthew-58See all my reviews

I've only seen the last episode of this series, "Scream Satan Scream!", but I have to say it was rather good. It wasn't laugh out loud funny, but neither was Alan Partridge. In fact, Captain Tobias Slater is one of the best characters I've seen Coogan play. He is a really nasty piece of work. As for Dr Terrible himself (or should that be itself?), it's hard to believe that is Coogan under all that. It would be a shame if there isn't another series of "Dr Terrible", since it would appear to be the best vehicle yet for Coogan's versatility.


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