This Saturday:

We’ll be running “Gargoyles” from 1972 again. It’s been a few years since we last presented this old gem. Basically, an anthropologist and his annoying daughter hassle a small tribe of gargoyle-people minding their own business in the American southwest. The gargoyles aren’t up for this annoyance again and will have none of it. Hilarity ensues. You’ll probably like this movie. However, if you don’t, we’ll have something new and different for you next week.

Joining us to watch this film that happened to come out the same year as “The Godfather” will be our old friend, Jerry Meavan. You might recall that he was the cheese vendor we had on a few months prior. Now he’s peddling fish. Not entirely sure why but he’ll undoubtedly explain that. He’ll bring in some samples from his fish mart, relay some not-so-interesting facts about gourmet crustaceans and Northern California tide patterns while he imparts upon us what he thinks about the afore-mentioned gargoyles.

All this while Tangella peppers Livingston’s tea, next Saturday night at 9PM Pacific on YouTube at the enclosed link and on-demand at Don’t miss it!

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