Classic Halloween Cinema
Fun and spooky entertainment from days gone by.
Silly Symphony is a collection of animated series featuring 75 musical short films produced by Walt Disney Productions from 1929 to 1939. The Skeleton Dance is a Halloween favorite!
The Bat – A murderous bat is loose in an old mansion where a mystery author is hosting a houseful of guests. This 1959 classic stars Vincent Price and Agnes Moorehead.
Terror In the Haunted House made use of subliminal Psycho Rama communication in this 1958 Horror Film where the house plays a central role alongside Gerald Mohr, Cathy O’Donnell, William Ching, and John Qualen.
The City of the Dead – A student travels to a Massachusetts town to research witches and vanishes after staying in a creepy inn. Featuring Patricia Jessel, Dennis Lotis, and Christopher Lee.
The Addams Family celebrates their favorite holiday. A pair of bank robbers are welcomed as Halloween trick-or-treaters by Morticia and Gomez.
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1950’s Christmas – Home TVs were catching on in the 1950s offering comedy, drama, music, fantasy, and what the audience “asked for” on television.
A Nostalgic St. Patrick’s Day – I am a huge fan of nostalgic radio and television, especially through special days and holidays. Through YouTube it is easier than ever to find a collection of holiday-themed episodes from through the years.
Dress Up Your Pet Day – January 14 is Dress Up Your Pet Day and the perfect opportunity to showing off your companions style.
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