Donald Pleasance and Karen Allen present a collection of horror-movie moments. Included is a montage of victims desperately racing through their homes locking doors and windows which could amuse. Link in comments.
Here are 40 or so Ask Doctor Science spots that were often heard on Public Radio back when. They were created by Dan Coffey and Merle Kessler of Iowa's own expatriated Duck's Breath Mystery Theatre. Also included is the radio play Dr. Science And The Sea Monkeys From Hell. Link in comments.
This might have been the last blooper collection from Kermit Schaefer. Some of these are played for a live audience which helps. Merv Griffin of CBS-TV describes these as "really marvelous". He should know. Link in comments.
Human fallibility can be fun and has been documented in Ripley's, True Facts, Fenton and Fowler's, and elsewhere. This Darwin Awards book became a 3-CD audiobook with 115 tracks that could consume 2.5 hours of your listening life. Link in comments.
A four-record box set in which the brothers cut it up with Bing, Fannie Brice, Jane Powell, Mel Torme, Betty Grable, Jack Benny, Mel Blanc, Lucille Ball, Dinah Shore, and others. It all went out on LIVE RADIO. Link in comments.
Side 1 covers George's Internment Camp years, UCLA, and his acting in Rodan, General Hospital, Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea, and more. Side 2 is about Trek and the friction within the cast. It's still going on today. Link in comments.
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