Long before Mike Brady had to make do with three boys of his own, widower Stephen Douglas laid the groundwork for how it should be done on My Three Sons. And joining us this weekend will be the lovely lone woman in that household of five men, Ms. Tina Cole who portrayed Katie on that long-running show. She’ll tell us about what life was like being on one of the most popular sitcoms on television and give us some insights about what it’s like to have been a chance Hollywood discovery. Between all that, we’ll be watching 1953’s “Phantom from Space.” An interesting film that isn’t even remotely as scary as it sounds. All this while Tangella absconds with Livingston’s bagpipes, this Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time on KOFY TV20, the YouTube link above, our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels and on a galaxy-sized selection of atomic-age television stations nationwide. Don’t miss it!
Last week’s mail.
…you’re probably just now realizing you missed Creature Features on Saturday night. Completely understandable. Who wants to stay home on the weekend when you could be near a large body of water with friends and family, baking marshmallows and all smelling like mosquito repellent. But now that you’re back, you want to be sure you don’t miss this latest entry. While Vince is boring, the movie is actually pretty good and Tangella is bouncing around the manor in her pajamas. Go ahead. Click the link below. You know you want to.
Our friend and upcoming guest, Disney animator Dave Woodman, created these wonderful sketches of your Creature Feature friends. Watch for his episode on October 10th.
Take a trip with us to the Bermuda Triangle as we watch 1975’s “Satan’s Triangle.” A wonderfully sordid tale about seven stranded castaways stuck on a luxury fishing boat in one of the Atlantic ocean’s less-desirable neighborhoods. But instead of being entertained by the antics of Gilligan, the Skipper and Mary Anne; we’ll instead be charmed by Kim Novak, Doug McClure and Alejandro Rey as they contend with a supernatural entity aboard the S.S. Nightmare. All this while Tangella tries to take in a good book, this Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time on KOFY TV20, the YouTube link above, our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels and on a navigable selection of seaworthy television stations nationwide. Don’t miss it!
Last week’s mail.
We watched Bela Lugosi in 1942’s “The Corpse Vanishes.” We were joined by the wonderful Barry Barsamian who showed us some amazing pieces from his Hollywood collection and told us stories about his friends Lucille Ball and Shirley Temple. Be sure to catch it the Vimeo link below before we replace it with a fresh one this Saturday!
September 29th, 2016
30 days before first episode of Creature Features is scheduled to air.
Some have claimed that our show is the most unfashionable program on television. And they would be right. Except this weekend, for we’ll be joined by the wonderful Barry Barsamian who is a Hollywood historian with a fabulous collection of wardrobe from Tinsel Town. He even has Captain Kangaroo’s coat. He’ll tell us about all of his starlet friends as we take in 1942’s “The Corpse Vanishes” which is yet another Bela Lugosi movie we’ve neglected to show in the past few years. All this while Tangella fails to master the concertina, this Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time on KOFY TV20, the YouTube link above, our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels and on a stylish selection of elegant television stations nationwide. Don’t miss it!
Last week’s mail.