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"dr sanguinary" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

13:09 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanguinary" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"App. And we're back with Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo the originals the original twilight zone? I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I I watch those episodes over and over and over again, and they just never be never get old. And rod sterling his stuff was so sharps as knee was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host. I mean, rod sterling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed it, but it wasn't a horror flicks. No, all it was all imagination. That was really what the toilets. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was. It was a great way to use fantasy is a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Alfred Hitchcock mystery the're remember that one was good to outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alvin pitcher was great too. And he was like his presentation was very horror host like I I love when he was talking about his headache remedy and that could be taken in a tiny capsule. And then he just starts putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean, what about science fiction theatre remember that science, of course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. They just started. But a great AUSSIE an anthology a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore? Anthologies are tough. Because again, it's every every week. A different show. And I think that you know, I see now all the shows are soap operas because that's the way they keep they continue from one of the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone. It would be they're doing a new tales from the crypt at new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're cutting back to to being able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black mirror is a good modern. What do you think of that show? Yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But it I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the they had to choose your own adventure one. That was really kind of interesting Bander snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kind of things that's really strike home with with. Today's generation, and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at socially and everywhere and as just as human as humans, we're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies that I remember trial original thirteen ghosts. Thirty also William castle thirteen goes who'd have the ghost viewer. If you looked into their believe if you looked at the red one at meant you believed in ghosts. And we're looking at the blue lens that you didn't believe in ghosts something like that. But you didn't see it was like a three d thing. They had the lion tamer that the lion. And finally bit had often. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, is was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is a dull adversary close. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated him the movie, right, right? You don't want. Who would own a watch that they want to see the that's what I wanna know. I wonder who would wanna watch the movie with the lens. The tides all the goes, I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens that allows you to see the ghosts. Well, yeah, I know, but, you know, back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. And. Other one I liked the, of course, was the house of wax. You know, where the heroine the young girl, you know, she was. Finally, supposedly being you know, have have hot wax, oiling how wax or it over her. You know for young young man big was also a big three D movie. Also, which was at the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do three d? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. You know, I max has a lot of major walk busters are all simultaneously created in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not with three D. It's the polarized three. Let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. How many times I've tried to call this? Absolutely wonderful. You got through this time. Glad you're here. Wondered if you knew at all in your radio tramples, a man named milk Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy car deli. Absolutely. He was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also at forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as a as a television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie is because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV. But I yeah, you felt like you you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him evacuate. Yeah. And it was like thank goodness my sister. And I had a one bedroom asleep. I'd love it was he was one of the he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. In my pal. Of course, more guests who originated into warlords. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day. Mr Lobo just to watch him because he would do these Zanny little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything always went on everything went wrong with his science things feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment that actually I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the hall of wonderful. And he wanted me to. Gonna fly Mr Lobo. They might do that the mortgage wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around himself. So he told me to smack him in the mouth. And I said, I am not going to hit you in the mouth mortgages any said, George, it'll work it'll work Georgia. So he put this force field around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. He said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Is absolutely amazing. What a treasure one of the all-time. Great hor Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call. Sure thing actually, your previous caller beat me to it. Chilly, billy. That was that. I. He was huge people loved him. He was I I have an autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash picks, Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy cart daily. He's he's still alive or is he gone. He's passed. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile on a joke for every single fan, and and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, what they used to do as they used to do something Kyle Kennedy scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting video image, and then recording it onto film. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of a lot of those. In those days, you're not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of vampire, a few minutes of of Goulart a lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies. It was my horror host, you know, they only have like a handful of complete shows most of that stuff got your Boca raced. You remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by the Los Angeles. And then became a superstar who was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror hosts, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to just just stick your leading hand of person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between Jack Perrin Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that rate to see. I would love to see him do. But he's a funny guy. He had great characters fast fast, fast and funny. Very very quick. Yup. Could improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey, George ratings. Mark. Yeah. Trying a long time ago. I gave up for a while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys beaming. But I I met him and got his autograph in Lincoln doctors sanguinary. Nebraska, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there's another generation of doctors sanguinary, not the same person. But some of that character characters still continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph in a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre. And there was there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And then a couple of the movies. I remember that a classic. Let's see one of them was called blood relations, your member that I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have the VHS. Well, I seen it one time. And then I I took me a long time to find a VHS. But it's I can't think of the guy's name. But he's I think he's gone by now, but he was he was in the same era is price. He was the guy had a mustache kind of us on a lot of the old creepy classic horror movies. I think he was on the house of wax to maybe or something he was an older guy. Okay. And and but he was the dad, and there was there was a his son brought home his fiancee, a real real pretty girl and his dad with jealous and are being in his wife. Ways dying of something too. I think brain cancer. So and it was kinda weird because this was his son who brought home the girl. Right. Right. And so so so after I mean, basically yet the in the movie, then you found out what what was the plan, but they had a plan. I guess and later on you found out the sun was sort of in on the plan to and I guess during the movie his dad sort of had like, a, you know, a thing with his girlfriend, and then at the end of the movie.

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"dr sanguinary" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanguinary" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And we're back with Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo the originals the original twilight zone? I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that I they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I I watch those episodes over and over and over again, and they just never they never get old. And rod sterling his stuff was so was. He was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host rod Serling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed. But it wasn't all horror flicks. No, all it was all imagination. That was really what the toilet. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy as a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Alfred Hitchcock mystery the're remember that one was good too? Outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think alpha Charon was great too. And he was like his presentation was very horror host like I love what he was talking about his headache. Remedy and it could be taken in a tiny capsule. Then he just starts putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean, what about the science fiction theatre remember that science? So course science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. They just started. But a great at anthology wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore and follow these are tough? Because again, it's every every week it's a different show. And I think that you know, I think now all the shows are soap operas because that's the way they keep they continue for one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone it will be doing a new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're cutting back to to being able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black near is a good modern. You know, what do you think of that show? You like it a great. Yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the the they had to choose your own adventure one that was really kind of. Interesting called Bander snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kinds of things that really strikes home with with today's generation. And I and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at as socially and everywhere at as just as as human as humans. We're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies. Remember as a child the original thirteen ghosts? Thirty also William castle thirteen ghosts. You'd have the ghost viewer. If you looked into their belief, you looked in the red one it meant you belie believed in grossing we're looking at the blue lens, it meant that you didn't believe in something like that. But you didn't see it was like a three d thing. They had the lion tamer that the lion finally bit as often. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is adult adversary close. There was like a bad that came down in suffocated him movie. Right. Right. Watch that. Bad like they want to see the ghost. That's what I want know. Army? I was just I wonder who would want to watch the movie with the lens that tides all the goes, I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens. It allows you to see the ghosts. Well, yeah. No. But back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. And other one I liked, of course, was the house of wax. You know, where the heroine vegan, the young girl, you know, she was. Well, finally, supposedly being you know, we have have hot wax, boiling, hot wax or over her. You know? For young young man was also a big three D movie. Also. Which one was that the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do three d? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Max has a lot of major. Walk busters are all simultaneously created in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not the three D. It's the polarized three. Let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. Oh, how many Johns I tried to call? This is absolutely wonderful. You got through this time. I'm glad you're here. I wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named Bill Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy card jelly. Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. It was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as a as a television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie is because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV that I felt like you know, you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him. Exactly. Yeah. It was like thank goodness. My sister-in-law had a one bedroom asleep. I'd love it was he was one of the he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or a turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. My pal, of course, more guests who originated in the world liens. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day. Mr Lobo just to watch him because he would do these zany little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything always went wrong. Everything went wrong with his science thing. Feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment that actually I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the holiday wonderful. And he wanted me to quit. Mr Lobo on. They might do that the mortgage wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around. So he told me to smack him in the mouth. And I said, I am not gonna hit you in the mouth mortgages any said, George it'll work it'll work Georgia were so he put this force field around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. He said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Is absolutely amazing. What a treasure one of the all time. Great hor Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call, actually, your previous caller beat me. Chilly Billy that was that. I. He was huge people loved. I have an autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash picks, Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy cart daily. He's he's still alive or is he gone. He's passed. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile and a joke for every single fan, and and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, what they used to do as they used to do something Kennedy scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting video image, and then recording it onto film. Yeah. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of lot of in those days, you not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of vampire, a few minutes of of Goulart a lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies. It was my horror host. You know, they only have like a handful of complete shows. Most of that stuff. Got your bulk erased, you remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by the Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror hosts, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. We've you've got like he's talking to like, I just sticky -lating hand of a person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between Jack Tarr Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that right to see. I would love to see him do. But he's a funny guy. He had great characters fast fast, fast and funny. Very very quick. Good improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey, your drinks. Mark. Yeah. Trying a long time ago I gave up for while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys being that I met him. And that got his autograph in Lincoln, doctors sanguinary. Nebraska, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there's another generation of doctors sanguinary, not the same person. But some of that character still continues today. I got his autograph and a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre, and there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their name longtime ago after that. But yeah. And then a couple of the movies. I remember that are classics. Let's see one of them was called blood relations. You remember that? I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have.

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"dr sanguinary" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanguinary" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And we're back with Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo the originals the original twilight zone? I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I I watch those episodes over and over and over again, and they they just never be never get old. And rod sterling his stuff was so sharps as he was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host. I mean, rod sterling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed. But it wasn't all horror flicks. No, all it was all immagination. That was really what the toilets. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy is a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Alfred Hitchcock mystery the're remember got presents was good too? Outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alfred Hitchcock was great too. And he. He was like his presentation was very horror host like I love when he was talking about his headache remedy and that could be taken in a tiny capsule. And then he just starts putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean until areas what about science fiction thriller. Remember that signs, of course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. And they just started. But a great who's an anthology a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore anthologies are tough? Because again, it's every every week it's a different show. And I think that you know, I think now all the shows are so pop RAs because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone. It would be a whole doing new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're coming back to to being able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black mirror is a good modern. What do you think of that show? You like it a great. Yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But you know, I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the they had a choose your own adventure one. That was really kind of interesting banter snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kind of things that's really strike home with with. Today's generation, and I and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans, we're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies that I remember child the original thirteen ghosts. Thirty also William castle thirteen goes, you'd have the ghost viewer. If you looked into their I believe if you looked in their red one, it meant you belie believed in go seeing we're looking at the blue lens, it meant that you didn't believe in goes something like that. But you didn't see it was like three D thing. They had the lion tamer that the lion and finally bit his head off. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, is was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is built adversary. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated him the movie, right, right? You don't want to watch that up with the land ends up bad. Like, they want to see the that's what I want to know. Army? I wonder who would wanna watch the movie with the lens. The tides all the ghosts. I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens that allows you to see the ghost. Well, yeah, I know, but, you know, back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. Then the other one I liked the, of course, was the house of wax. You know, where the heroine young the young girl, you know, she was finally supposedly being, you know, have have hot wax, oiling how wax or over her? You know? For young man was also a big three D movie. Also. Which one was at the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do three D O? Yep. -solutely? You know, I max has a lot of major walk busters are all simultaneously created in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not the three D. It's the polarized three. D let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. Oh, how many times I tried to call? This is absolutely wonderful. You got through this time. I'm glad you're here. I wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named Bill Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy cart deli. Absolutely. He was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as as a television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV that I felt like you grew up with him. Didn't you? Harming you grew up watching him Vacaville. Yeah. It was like thank goodness. My sister-in-law had a one bedroom asleep found. I'd love it was he was one of the he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. In my pal. Of course, more guests who originated in New Orleans. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day. Mr Lobo just to watch him because he would do the Zanny little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything always went wrong. Everything went wrong with his science thing. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment that actually I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the holiday wonderful. And he wanted me to quit. Mr elbow. They might do that. But the mortgage wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around. So he told me to smack him in the mouth. And I said, I am not gonna hit you in the mouth mortgages. And he said, George it'll work it'll work Georgian were so he put this force field around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. He said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Is absolutely amazing. What a treasure one of the all time great horror Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call. Sure thing actually, your previous caller to chilly, Billy. That was that. I. Previous. He was huge people loved I I haven't autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash picks, Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy cart daily. Is he still alive or is? He gonna know he's passed. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile and a joke for every single fan, and and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No now, what they used to do as they used to do something Kyle Kennedy scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting video image, and then recording it onto film. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of a lot of those those days, you're not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of L vampire, a few minutes of of a lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies was my horror host. You know, they only have like a handful of complete shows most of that stuff got your Boca raced. You remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by a BBC went to Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror hosts, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to just stick sticky leading hand of a person that you don't see it's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between Jack power and Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that right to see. I would love to see him. Do the funny guy. He had great characters fast fast, fast and funny. Very very quick. Could improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey, mark. Yeah. Trying to longtime ago I gave up for a while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys beaming to it that I I met him. And I got his autograph in Lincoln, Dr sanguinary. Nebraska, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there is another generation of doctors sanguinary, not the same person. But some characters still continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph in a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre, and there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And then a couple of the movies. I remember that a classic. Let's see one of them was called blood relations. You remember that? I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have the VHS..

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"dr sanguinary" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

14:22 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanguinary" Discussed on KGO 810

"And we're back with Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo the originals? They original twilight zone. I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that I they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I watched those episodes over and over and over again, and they just never be never get old. And rod sterling his stuff was so sharp, and he was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host. I mean, rod Serling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed it, but it wasn't a horror flicks. No, all it was all imagination. That was really what the toilets. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy as a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Elfriede Hitchcock mystery theatre? Remember got presents was good to outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alvin pitcher was great too. And he was like his presentation was very horror host like I love when he was talking about his headache remedy and that could be taken in a tiny capsule. And then he just started putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean to Larry's what about the science fiction thriller. Remember that side? And so, of course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. They just started. But a great at anthology, a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore anthologies are tough? Because again, it's every every week. It's a different show. And I think that you know, I well now all the shows are soap operas because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone. It will be a whole they're doing a new tales from the crypt at new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're cutting back to to being able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black mirror is a good modern. What do you think of that show? You like it a great. Yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But you know, I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the the they had to choose your own adventure one that was really kind of. Interesting called Bander snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kind of things it's really strike home with with. Today's generation, and I and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at as socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans, we're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies that I remember as a child the original thirteen ghosts thirty also William castle thirteen ghosts. You'd have the ghost viewer. If you looked into their I believe if you looked at the red one at meant you believe believed in ghosts. And we're looking at the blue lens it that you didn't believe in go something like that. But you didn't see it was like a three d thing. They had the lion tamer that the lion finally business had. Dollars. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is a dull adversary close. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated them. The movie, right, right? You don't want to watch that. The man in the bad like they want to see. So that's what I wanna to know. Pardon me. I was just I wonder who would want to watch the movie with the lens. The tides all the goes, I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens. It allows you to see the ghost. Well. Yeah. I know but back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. And beat other one I liked, of course, was the house of wax. You know, where the heroine young the girl, you know, she was finally supposedly being you know, we have have hot wax, boiling, hot wax, or it over her. You know? For young big was also a big three D movie. Also. Which one was at the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do three d? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. You know, I max has a lot of major walk busters are all simultaneously created in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not be Hanoch with three D. It's the polarized three. D let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. Oh, how many times I've tried to call me? Well, you got through this time. Glad you're here. I wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named milk Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy car deli. Absolutely. He was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also at forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as a as a television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie is because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well. Oh, only through the TV. Yeah. You felt like you you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him. Exactly. Yeah. It was like thank goodness. My sister-in-law. I had a one bedroom asleep. I'd love it was he was he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. In my pal. Of course, more guests who originated into warlords. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day. Mr Lobo just to watch him. His he would do these Zanny little weather and bits around some kind of science project. Everything always wondering on everything went wrong with his science thing. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment that actually I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the hall of wonderful. And he wanted me to gonna fly Mr Lobo might do that the mortgage wanted to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around himself. So he told me to smack him in the mouth, and I said, I am not gonna hit you in the mouth mortgages. And he said, George it'll work in a work Georgia. So he put this force field around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. He said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Is absolutely. I what a treasure one of the all-time great horror Tracy's with a truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call. Sure thing actually, your previous caller baby to chilly Billy that. I. I. Man. He was huge people loved. He was autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash and picks, Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy cart daily. He's he's still alive. Or is. He gonna know he's passed. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile on a joke for every single fan, and and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, what they used to do as they used to do something Kyle Kennedy scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting video image, and then recording it onto film. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of a lot of those in those days, you're not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of vampire, a few minutes of of Goulart a lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies. Who's my horror host? You know, they only have like a handful of complete shows most of that stuff got your Boca raced. You remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by a BBC went to Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror hosts, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to like to just stick your leading hand of a person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between Jack power and Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that right to see. I would love to see him do the he's a funny guy. He had great characters fast fast, fast and funny. Very very quick. Could improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey, George readings Mark. Yeah. Trying a long time ago. I gave up for a while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys beat me to it that I met him. And I got his autograph in Lincoln, Dr sanguinary. Nebraska, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there's another generation of doctors sanguinary, not the same person. But some of that character still continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph in a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre. And there was there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And then a couple of the movies. I remember that are classics. Let's see one of them was called blood relations, your member that I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have the VHS. Well, I seen it one time. And then I I took me a long time to find a VHS that it's I can't think of the guy's name. But he's I think he's gone by now, but he was he was in the same era is thinking price. He was the guy had a mustache kinda he's on a lot of the old creepy classic horror movies. I think he was on the house of wax to maybe or something he was an older guy. Okay. And and but he was the dad, and there was a there was a his son brought home his fiancee, a real real pretty girl. And his dad was jealous and are Sabine in his wife. With dying of something, I think brain cancer. So and it was kind of weird because and this was his son who brought home the girl. Right. Right. And so so so after I mean, basically at the end of the movie, then you found out what what was the plan, but they had a plan. I guess and later on you found out the sun was sort of being on the plan to and I guess during the movie venues dad sort of had like, a, you know, a thing with his girlfriend, and then at the end of the movie it showed what they're planning on doing. They like strapped into a chair in the basement and does sign was like, you know, telling her something weird and your father came down there. And he was wearing like his doctor's outfit and. And then it showed the wacked out family killed the guys wife that was dying and they figured out. What was going on? They were gonna like put her brain in in wife. Okay. They're the old harvesting the organs routine and flip the old brain into the other body. Strange stuff in those days. How would you categorize Mr Lobo silence of the lambs? Well, you know, a lot of people like to categorize it as a thriller because of the category thrillers are or movies that aren't scary. But I would say, you know, I always called it a horror film are definitely had horror ethics. And I remember when it was up for an Oscar that was very exciting because horror movies, never get recognized. So I like to claim it as a horror movie, but it's a great film. Hannibal Lecter a certainly memorable as a horror villain Anthony Hopkins. Great actors absolutely you one of the best Kathy in Windsor..

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"dr sanguinary" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

15:05 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanguinary" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"And we're back with Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo the originals the original twilight zone? I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I I watched those episodes over and over and over again, and they just never be never get old. And rod Serling his stuff was so sharp as he was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host. I mean, rod sterling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed it, but it wasn't all horror flicks. No, all it was all immagination. That was really what the toilets. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy as a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Alfred Hitchcock mystery? The're remember presents was good too. Outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alfred Hitchcock. It's great to. And he was like his presentation was very horror host like I love when he was talking about his headache remedy and that could be taken in a tiny capsule. And then he just started putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean until areas what about the science fiction theatre remember that science still, of course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. And they just started. But a great at anthology, a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore and follow these are tough? Because again, it's every every week it's a different show. And I think that you know, I see now all the shows are soap operas because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone. It would be a whole other doing a new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're coming back to to being able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black mirror is a good modern. I'm good you thinking. Show you like. Yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But you know, I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the they had a choose your own adventure one. That was really kind of interesting called banner snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kinds of things that's really strike home with with today's generation. And I and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans, we're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies that I remember as a child that the original thirteen ghosts thirteen also William castle thirteen goes the ghost viewer. If you looked into their I believe if you looked in the red one it meant you believed in ghosts. And we're looking at the blue lens that you didn't believe in goes something like that. But you didn't see it was like a three d thing. They had the lion tamer that the lion. Finally, his head off. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is a dull adversary close. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated him the movie, right, right? You don't want. When I would watch that up the bad like they want to see the ghost. That's what I wanna know. Me. I was just I wonder who would wanna watch the movie with the lens that tides all the ghosts. I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens that allows you to see the ghost. Well, yeah. But, you know, back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. Then the other one. I liked the, of course, was the house of wax. You know, where the heroine young the young girl, you know, she was finally supposedly being, you know, have have hot wax boiling. How wax sport over her? You know, and for young young man was also a big three D movie. Also, which one was at the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do three d? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. You know, I max has a lot of major walk busters are all simultaneously created in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not the three d it's the polarized three. D let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. Oh, how many times I tried to call? This is absolutely wonderful. You got through this time. I'm glad you're here. I wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named milk Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy car deli. Absolutely. Yeah. He was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also at forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as a as a television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie is because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV that I felt like you knowing you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him. Exactly. Yeah. And it was like thank goodness. My sister-in-law. I had a one bedroom asleep found. I'd love it was he was he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. In my pal. Of course, more guests who originated in New Orleans. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day. Mr Lobo just to watch him because he would do these Zanny little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything went wrong with his science thing. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment that actually I know it he came in the studio here a couple of years ago. My staff flew him here for the of wonderful. And he wanted me to. Gonna fly Mr Lobo. They might do that. But the mortgage wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around himself. So he told me to smack him in the mouth, and I said, I am not gonna hit you in the mouth mortgages. And he said, George it'll work in the work Gordon were so he puts his force field around him. Of course. You can't see it. Yes. He said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. I is absolutely amazing. What a treasure one of the all time. Great hor Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call, actually, your previous caller, chilly Billy that was that. I. He was huge people loved him. He was I I have an autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash and picks, Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy cart daily. Is he still alive or is? He gonna know he's passed. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile and a joke for every single fan, and and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, what they used to do as they used to do something Kyle Kennedy scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting video image, and then recording it onto film. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of a lot of those in those days, you're not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of vampire, a few minutes of of Gherardi a lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies was my horror host. You know, they only have like a handful of complete shows most of that stuff got your Boca raced. You remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by a BBC went to Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror hosts, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to just stick your leading hand of a person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between Jack power and Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that rate to see. I would love to see him do the tip. Use a funny guy. He had great characters fast fast, fast and funny. Very very quick. Could improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey, your drinks. Mark. Yeah. Trying a long time ago. I gave up for a while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys beat me to it that I met him. And I got his autograph in Lincoln, Dr sanguinary. The Honda Brassica, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there's another generation of doctors sanguinary, not the same person. But some of that character still continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph and a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre. And there was there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And then a couple of the movies. I remember that a classics. Let's see one of them was called blood relations, your member that I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have the VHS. Well, I've seen it one time. And then I took me a long time to find a VHS. But it's I can't think of the guy's name. But he's I think he's gone by now, but he was he was in the same era. Thinking price. He was the guy had a mustache kinda he's on a lot of the old creepy classic horror movies. I think he was on the house of wax to maybe or something he was an older guy. Okay. And and but he was the dad, and there was a there was a his son brought home his fiancee, a real real pretty girl and his dad with jealous and are being in his wife ways, dying of something too. I think brain cancer. So and it was kind of weird because and this was his son who brought home the girl, right? Right. And so so so after I mean, basically at the end of the movie, then you find out what what was the plan, but they had a plan. I guess and later on you found out the sun was sort of in on the plan to and. I guess during the movie venues dad sort of had like, a, you know, a thing with his girlfriend, and then at the end of the movie it showed what they're planning on doing. They like strapped into a chair in the basement and sign was like, you know, telling her something weird and your father came down there. And he was wearing like his doctor's outfit and. And then it showed the wacked out family killed the guys wife that was dying and they figured out. What was going on? They were gonna like quit her brain in in white other. Okay. They're the old harvesting the organs routine flip the old brain into the other body. Strange stuff in those days. How would you categorize Mr Lobo silence of the lambs? Well, you know, a lot of people like to categorize it as a thriller because of what I category thriller horror movies that aren't scary. But I would say, you know, I would always called it a horror film are definitely had horror aspects. And I remember when it was up for an Oscar that was very exciting because horror movies, never get recognized. So I like to claim it as a horror movie, but it's a great film and Hannibal Lecter is certainly memorable as a horror villain Anthony Hopkins. Great actors absolutely you one of the best Kathy in Windsor. Kenna no, Windsor, California. Where are you Kathy? Yes. Happens to now county. Okay. Cool. Okay. First time caller, Georgia. I'm surprised I got through good to hear I grew up outside of Detroit. Nineteen fifty one. That's my hometown. And I'm glad mortgage and twilight zone, and soupy. They were great you. Remember poop deck polisher did. Yup. Poop deck Paul is that like a cartoon host. He was a host for the Popeye's for the Popeye cartoon, captain Mitch. He was our our cartoon host. Always say, they're always, sailors. Right. Who show these the crummy of Popeye cartoons pipes warnings in the afternoons?.

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"dr sanguinary" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

15:05 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanguinary" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"With Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo the originals the original twilight zone? I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I I watched those episodes over and over and over again, and they they just never be never get old. And rod sterling his stuff was so sharp, and he was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host. I mean, rod Serling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed it, but it wasn't all horror flicks. No, all it was all imagination. That was really what the toilets. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy as a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Alfred Hitchcock mystery the're remember that one was good too? Outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alfred Hitchcock was great too. And he was like his presentation. And was very horror host like I love when he was talking about his headache remedy, and that could be taken in a tiny capsule just starts putting bullets on the desk in front of him. I mean, what about the science fiction theatre remember that of course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. And they just started. But a great who's an anthology a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore anthologies are tough? Because again, it's every every week. It's a different show. And I think that you know, I think now all the shows are so pop RAs because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone. It would be a whole they're doing a new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're cutting back to to being able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black mirror is a good modern. I'm good. How do you think? Show you like. Yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But you know, I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the the they had a choose your own adventure one. That was really kind of interesting called Bander snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kind of things that's really strike home with with today's generation. And I and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at as socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans, we're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies that I remember trials. The original thirteen ghosts thirty also William Catholic thirteen goes who'd have the ghost viewer. If you looked into their I believe if you look in the red one at meant, you belie believed in go seeing we're looking in the blue lens that you didn't believe in goes something like that. But you didn't see it was like a three d thing. They had the lion tamer that the lion and finally bit his head off. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, is was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is dull adversary close. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated them together the movie, right, right? You don't want. I watch that. In the bad. Like, they want to see the goes. That's what I want to know. I was just I wonder who would wanna watch the movie with the lens. The tides all the ghosts. I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens that allows you to see the ghosts. Well, yeah. But, you know, back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. Then. The other one I liked, of course, was the house of lax, you know, where the heroine Veon, the young girl, you know, she was finally supposedly being, you know, have have hot wax, boiling, hot wax sport over her. You know? For young young, man. Big was also a big three D movie. Also. Which one was at the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do three d? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. You know, I max has a lot of major walk busters are all simultaneously created it in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not the three D. It's the whole three d let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. Oh, how many times I've tried to call this one? You're ball. You got through this time. I'm glad you're here. I wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named mill Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy deli. Absolutely. Yeah. He was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as as a tour of television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV that I felt like you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him. Yeah. Yeah. And it was like thank goodness. My sister-in-law. I had a one bedroom asleep. I'd love it was he was one of the he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. My pal, of course, more guests who originated in New Orleans. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day. Mr Lobo just to watch him because he would do the zany little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything always went wrong. Everything went wrong with his science thing. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment that actually I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the holiday wonderful. And he wanted me to. Mr lobo. The mortgage wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around. So he told me to smack him in the mouth. And I said I am not going to hit you in the mouth mortgages in. He said, George it'll work in a work Georgian work. So he put this force field around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. He said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Absolutely. I mean, what a treasure one of the all-time. Great hor Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call, actually, your previous caller chilly. Billy. That was that. He was huge people loved. I have an autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash picks, Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy card daily. Is he still alive or is he gone past? But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile and a joke for every single fan and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, what they used to do as they used to do something Kyle Kennedy scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting video image, and then recording it onto film. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of a lot of those days, you're not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of vampire, a few minutes of of Google a lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies. Who's my horror host? You know, they only have like a handful of complete shows. Most of that stuff. Got your bulk erased, you remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by a B C went to Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror hosts, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to like just sticky relating hand of person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between Jack power and Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that rate to see. I would love to see him do the tip. He's a funny guy. He had great characters fast fast, fast and funny. Very very quick. Could improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey, mark. Yeah. Trying to longtime ago I gave up for a while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys beaming that I met him, and he got his autograph in Lincoln, doctors sanguinary. Nebraska, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there's another generation of doctors sanguinary, not the same person. But some of that character still continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph and a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre. And there was there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And then a couple of the movies. I remember that a classic. Let's see one of them was called blood relations. You remember that? I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have the VHS. Well, I've seen it one time. And then I I took me a long time to find a VHS. But it's got I can't think of the guy's name. But he's I think he's gone by now, but he was he was in the same era thinking price. He was the guy had a mustache kinda he's on a lot of the old creepy classic horror movies. I think he was on the house of wax to maybe or something he was an older guy. Okay. And and but he was the dad and there was there. Was his son brought home his fiancee, a real real pretty girl and his dad with jealous and are being in his his wife. Whereas dying of something to can brain cancer. So and it was kind of weird because this was his son who brought home the girl. Right. Right. And so so so after I mean, basically yet the the movie then you found out what what was the plan, but they had a plan. I guess and. Later on you found out the sun was sort of on the plan to and I guess during the movie, then his dad sort of had like, a, you know, a thing with his girlfriend, and then at the end of the movie it showed what they plan on doing. They like strapped into a chair in the basement and sign was like, you know, telling her something weird and your father came down there. And he was wearing like his doctor's outfit and. And then it showed the whacked out family. The guys wife that was dying and they figured out. What was going on? They were gonna like put her brain in white. Okay. They're the old harvesting the organs routine flip the old brain into the other body. Strange stuff in those days. How would you categorize Mr Lobo silence of the lambs? Well, you know, a lot of people like to categorize it as a thriller because of category thriller horror movies that aren't scary. But I would say, you know, I always called it a horror film are definitely had horror ethics. And I remember when it was up for an Oscar that was very exciting because horror movies, never get recognized. So I like to claim it as a horror movie, but it's a great film and Hannibal Lecter a certainly memorable as a horror villain Anthony Hopkins. Great actors. One of the best Kathy and Windsor. Kenna no, Windsor, California. Where are you Kathy? Yes happens to now. I'm accounting. Okay. Cool. Okay. First time caller charge. I'm surprised I got through good to have you. Here. I grew up outside of Detroit nineteen fifty one that's my hometown. And I'm glad mortgage and twilight zone, and soupy. They were great you. Remember poop deck, Paul. Sure. Did. Yup. Poop deck Paul is that like a cartoon host. He was a host for the Popeye's for the Popeye cartoon, captain Mitch. He was our our cartoon host. Always assailant. They're always sailors, right? Who show these the crummy car Popeye cartoons pipes in the afternoons?.

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"dr sanguinary" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

15:17 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanguinary" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Six hundred WR EC and ninety two point one FM. And we're back with Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo the originals the original twilight zone? I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I I watched those episodes over and over and over again, and they just never be never get old. And rod sterling his stuff was so sharp as he was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host. I mean, rod Serling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed it, but it wasn't all horror flex. No, all it was all imagination. That was really what they had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy as a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Alfred Hitchcock mystery? The're remember presents was good too. Outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alfred Hitchcock was great. And he was like his presentation was very horror host like I love when he was talking about his headache remedy and that could be taken in a tiny capsule. And then he just starts putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean, it's hilarious. What about the science fiction theatre? Remember that science, of course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. And I just started. But a great an anthology a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore anthologies are tough? Because again, it's every every week. It's a different show. And I think that you know, I think now all the shows are soap operas because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone. It would be a whole they're doing a new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're cutting back to to being able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black mirror is a good modern. What do you think of that show? You like it a great. Yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But you know, I don't know if I wanna hear that story every week. But it's you know, the they had a choose your own adventure one that was really kind of. Interesting called Bander snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kinds of things that's really strike home with with. Today's generation, and I and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans, we're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies that I remember child. The original thirteen ghosts thirty also William Catholic thirteen goes have the ghost viewer. If you looked into their believe if you looked in their red one it meant you belie believed in ghosts. And we're looking at the blue lens, it meant that you didn't believe in goes something like that. But you didn't see it was like a three d saying they had the lion tamer that the lion. And finally his head off. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, is was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is a dull adversary Bush. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated him. The movie, right, right? You don't want. When I watch that up in the bad like they want to see the goes. That's what I want to know. I wonder who would wanna watch the movie with the lens that tides all the ghosts. I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens that allows you to see the ghosts. Well, yeah. But, you know, back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. And other one I liked, of course, was house lax, you know, where the heroine young the young girl, you know, she was finally supposedly being, you know, have have hot wax, boiling, hot wax sport over her. You know for young young man was also a big three D movie. Also, which one was at the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do three d? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I max has a lot of major blockbusters are all simultaneously created in three d it's not the red blue three d three d it's the. Polarized three. Let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. How many times I tried to call? This is absolutely wonderful. You got through this time. I'm glad you're here. I wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named milk Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy card deli. Absolutely. Yeah. He was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as a as a television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie is because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV that I felt like you you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him Vacaville. Yeah. It was like thank goodness. My sister-in-law. I had a one bedroom asleep found. I'd love it was he was he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. My pal, of course, more guests who originated in New Orleans. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day. Mr Lobo just to watch him. 'cause he would do the zany little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything always went wrong. Everything went wrong with his science thing. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment that actually I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the holiday wonderful. And he wanted me to gonna fly, Mr Lobo. They might do that the mortgage. Wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around himself. So he told me to smack him in the mouth, and I said, I am not gonna hit you in the mouth mortgages. And he said, George it'll work in the work. Joyce were so he put this force field around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. And he said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Absolutely. I mean, what a treasure one of the all-time. Great hor Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call actually, your previous caller me to chilly. Billy. That was that. Pretty man. He was huge people loved him. I I haven't autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash picks, Pittsburgh, which is a big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy cart daily. He's he's still alive. Or is. He gonna know he's passed. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile on a joke for every single fan, and and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, what they used to do as they used to do something Kenneth scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting video image, and then recording it onto film. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of a lot of those in those days, you're not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of L vampire a few minutes of of Google arty. A lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies. Who's my horror host? You know, they only have like a handful of complete shows most of that stuff got your Boca raced. You remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by a BBC went to Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror hosts, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of it's that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to like just sticky relating hand of a person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between Jack power and Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that rate to see. I would love to see him do the he's a funny guy. He had great characters fast fast, fast and funny. Very very quick. Yup. Could improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey, your drinks. Mark. Yeah. Trying to longtime ago I gave up for while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys beaming into that I met him. And I got his autograph in Lincoln, Dr sanguinary. The Honda Brassica, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there's another generation of doctors sanguinary, not the same person. But some characters still continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph and a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember a macabre and there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And then a couple of the movies. I remember that are classics. Let's see one of them was called blood relations. You remember that? I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have the VHS. Well, I've seen it one time. And then I took me a long time to find a VHS. But it's I can't think of the guy's name. But he's I think he's gone by now, but he was he was in the same era is Vincent Price. He was the guy had a mustache kinda he's on a lot of the old creepy classic horror movies. I think he was on the house of wax to maybe or something he was an older guy. Okay. And and but he was the dad, and there was a there was a his son bought home, his fiancee, a real real pretty girl. And his dad was jealous and are being in his wife. Whereas dying of something too. I think brain cancer. So and it was kinda weird because and this was his son who brought home the girl, right? Right. And so so so after I mean, basically at the end the movie, then you find out what what was the plan, but they had a plan. I guess and later on you found out the sun was sort of in on the plan to and I guess during the movie, then his dad sort of had like a a thing with his girlfriend, and then at the end of the movie it showed what they're doing. They like stabbed her into a chair in the basement and does sign was like, you know, telling her something weird and your father came down there. And he was wearing like his doctor's outfit and. And then it showed the wacked out family killed the guys wife that was dying and they figured out. What was going on? They were gonna like quit her brain in in wife other. Okay. They're the old harvesting organs routine flip the old brain into the other body. Strange stuff in those days. How would you categorize Mr Lobo silence of the lambs? Well, you know, a lot of people like to categorize it as a thriller because of I category thriller horror movies that aren't scary. But I would say, you know, I would always called it a horror film are definitely had horror ethics. And I remember when it was up for an Oscar that was very exciting because horror movies, never get recognized. So I like to claim it as a horror movie, but it's a great film Hannibal Lecter, a certainly memorable as a horror villain Anthony Hopkins. Great actors. One of the best Kathy in Windsor. Kenna no, Windsor, California. Where are you Kathy? Yes county cool. Okay. First time caller, George. I'm surprised I got through good to have you. Here. I grew up outside of Detroit nineteen fifty one that's my hometown. And I'm glad mortgage and twilight zone, and soupy. They were great you. Remember poop deck polisher did. Yup. Group that Paul is that like what cartoon host? He was a host for the Popeye's for the Popeye cartoon, captain Mitch. He was our our cartoon host. Always assailant. They're always sailors. Right. Who show these the crummy of Popeye cartoons pipes in the afternoons?.

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"dr sanguinary" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

13:48 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanguinary" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And we're back with Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo the originals? They original twilight zone. I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I I watched those episodes over and over and over again, and they they just never be never get old. And rod Serling his stuff was so shirts as he was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host. I mean, Roger kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed. But it wasn't a horror flicks. No, all it was all imagination. That was really what the toilets. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy as a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Alfred Hitchcock mystery the're remember got presents was good too? Outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think album pitcher was great too. He was like his presentation was very horror host like I love what he was talking about his headache remedy, and it could be taken in a tiny capsule. He just starts putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean, tell areas what about science fiction theatre remember that science course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started just started. But a great policy an anthology, a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore? Anthologies are tough. Because again, it's every every week. It's a different show. And I think that you know, I think now all the shows are soap operas because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next by breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I I think it's this new twilight zone. It would be a whole they're doing a new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're cutting back to to being able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black mirror is a good modern. What do you think of that show? You like it a great. Yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But you know, I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the they had a choose your own adventure one. That was really kind of interesting called Bander snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kinds of things that's really strike home with with. Today's generation, and I and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans, we're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies. I remember child the original thirteen ghosts thirty also William castle thirteen goes, you'd have the ghost viewer. If you looked into their I believe he looked in the red one it meant you belie believed in ghosts. And we're looking at the blue lens admit that you didn't believe in go something like that. But you didn't see it was like a three d thing. They had the lion tamer that the lion. Finally bidders had. And then they had that the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, is was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is dealt adversary close. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated him the movie, right, right? You don't want. Who watch that laying in the bed like they want to see the that's what I wanna know. Pardon me. I was just I wonder who would wanna watch the movie with the lens. The tides all the ghosts. I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens that allows you to see the goes. Well, yeah. Know, but you know, back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. And. The other one I liked the, of course, was the house of wax. You know, where the heroine the young the young girl, you know, she was finally supposedly being you know, we have have hot wax, boiling, hot wax sport over her. You know for young man was also a big three D movie. Also, which one was at the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do three d? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I max has a lot of major blockbusters are all simultaneously created in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not began with three D. It's the polarized three. D let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. Oh, how many times I've tried to call? This wonder. Well, you got through this time. I'm glad you're here. I wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named Bill Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy car. Jelly absolute. He was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as a as a television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV that I felt like you knowing you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him evacuate. Yeah. It was like thank goodness. My sister-in-law had a one bedroom asleep. I'd love it was he was one of he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. In my pal. Of course, more guests who originated in New Orleans. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day. Mr Lobo just to watch him. 'cause he would do these Zanny little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything always wondering on everything went wrong with his science thing. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment? But actually, I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the holidays. Wonderful. And he wanted me to. We're gonna fly, Mr Lobo. They might do that the mortgage wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around himself. So he told me to smack him in the mouth. And I said, I am not gonna hit you in the mouth mortgages any said George in work in a work Georgian. So he put this force field around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. He said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mall, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Absolutely. I mean, what a treasure one of the all time. Great hor Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call. Sure thing actually, your previous caller BB to chilly Billy that was that. I. Pretty really, man. He was he was huge people loved him. He was I I haven't autographed picture of him. Every time I do monster bashing picks, Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly Billy cart daily is he still alive or is? He gonna know he's passed. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile on a joke for every single fan, and and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, what they used to do as they used to do something Kyle Kennedy scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting video image and then record. It onto film. Yeah. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of lot of those. Not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of vampire, a few minutes of of Gherardi a lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies was my horror host, you know, they only have like a handful of complete shows most of that stuff got your Boca raced. You remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by the Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror host, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror host, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to like just just sticky relating hand of person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between, Jack and Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that rate to see. I would love to see him. Do the funny guy yet grid characters fast, fast, fast, and funny. Very very quick. Could improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey, George ratings. Mark. Yeah. Trying a long time ago. I gave up while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys beat me to it. But I I met him and got his autograph in Lincoln, Dr sanguinary. Nebraska, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there's another generation of doctors sanguinary, not the same person. But some of that character continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph in a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre, and there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And then a couple of the movies. I remember that are classics. Let's see one of them was called blood relations. You remember that? I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have the VHS. Well, I seen at one time. And then I I took me a long time to find a VHS that it's I can't think of the guy's name. But he's I think he's gone by now, but he was he was in the same era is Vincent Price. He was the guy had a mustache kinda us on a lot of the old creepy classic horror movies. I think he was on the house of wax to maybe or something he was an older guy. Okay. And and but he was the dad, and there was a there. His son brought home his fiancee, a real real pretty girl and his dad with jealous and are being in his his wife. With dying of something too. I think brain cancer. So and it was kinda weird because and this was his son who brought home to the girl. Right. Right. And so so so after I mean, basically at the end the movie, then you found out what what was the plan, but they had a plan. I guess and later on you found out the sun was sort of being on the plan to and I guess during the movie, then his dad sort of had like, a, you know, a thing with his girlfriend, and then at the end of the movie it showed what planning on doing? They like strapped into a chair in the basement warned does sign was like, you know, telling her something weird and your father came down there. And he was wearing like his doctor's outfit and. And then it showed the wacked out family killed the guys wife that was dying and they figured out. What was going on? They were gonna like quick her, brain and wife other. Okay. They're the old harvesting the organs routine. Flipped the old brain into the other body. Strange stuff in those days. How would you categorize Mr Lobo silence of the lambs?.

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"dr sanguinary" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

12:10 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanguinary" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And we're back with Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo the originals the original twilight zone? I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that I never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I I watch those episodes over and over and over again, and they just never be never get old. And rod sterling his stuff was so sharp as me was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host. I mean, rod Serling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed it, but it wasn't a horror flicks. No, all it was all imagination. That was really what the toilet. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy as a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Elfriede Hitchcock mystery? The're remember presents was good to outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alfred Hitchcock was great too. And. He was like his presentation was very horror host like I love when he was talking about his headache remedy and that could be taken in a tiny capsule. And then he just starts putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean, what about uh science fiction theatre? Remember that science, of course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not just started and just started. But a great who's an anthology a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore and follow are tough? Because again, it's every every week it's a different show. And I think that you know, I think now all the shows are soap operas because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone it will be they're doing a new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're coming back to to be able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black mirror is a good modern. What do you think of that show? Yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But you know, I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the the they had to choose your own adventure one. That was really kind of interesting called Bander snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kind of things that's really strike home with with. Today's generation, and I and I think a lot of stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans, we're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies. I remember as a child the original thirteen ghosts thirty also William castle thirteen goes have the ghost viewer. If you looked into their I believe if you looked at the red one at meant you believed in go seeing we're looking in the blue lens, it meant that you didn't believe in go something like that. But you didn't see it was like a three d thing. They had the lion tamer that the lion and finally business his head off. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, is was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is a dull adversary close. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated him movie. Right, right. You don't want. I would watch that. Ended up badly. They want to see the goes. That's what I want to know. I was just I wonder who would wanna watch the movie with the lens. The tides all the goes, I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens that allows you to see the ghosts. Well, yeah. But, you know, back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. Then the other one I liked the, of course, was house lax, you know, where the heroine the young the young girl, you know, she was. Finally, supposedly being you know, have have hot wax, boiling, hot wax sport over her. You know for young young man was also a big three D movie. Also, which one was at the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do three d? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. You know, I max has a lot of major walk busters are all simultaneously created in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not the with three D. It's the polarized three. Let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. Oh, how many times I've tried to call this one? Wonderful. You got through this time. I'm glad you're here. I wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named milk Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy car. Jimmy absolute. He was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as as a television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie is because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well. Oh, only through the TV that I yeah. You felt like you know, you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him. Exactly. Yeah. And it was like thank goodness my sister. And I had a one bedroom asleep. I'd love it was he was one of the he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire goule or anything like that. He was usually like in a in a tuxedo or turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. My pal, of course, more guests who originated into warlanes. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day. Mr Lobo just to watch him because he would do these Zanny little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything always wondering on everything went wrong with his science thing. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment? But actually, I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the hall of wonderful. And he wanted me to. Gonna fly Mr Lobo mortgage wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around himself. So he told me to smack him in the mouth. And I said I am not going to hit you in the mouth mortgages in. He said, George it'll work it'll work Georgian were so he put this force field around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. He said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Is absolutely amazing. What a treasure one of the all-time great horror Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call. Sure thing actually, your previous caller baby to chilly, Billy. That was that. I. Pretty. He was huge people. Love. I have an autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash picks, Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy cart daily is. He's still alive or is he gone past. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile and a joke for every single fan, and and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, what they used to do as they used to do something Kennedy scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting video image and then record. It onto film. Yeah. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of a lot of those in those days, you're not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of vampire, a few minutes of of Google a lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies was my horror host, you know, they only have like a handful of complete shows most of that stuff got your Boca raced. You remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by a BBC went to Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror hosts, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to just just sticky relating hand of a person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between Jack power and Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that rate to see. I would love to see him do the he's a funny guy. He had great characters fast fast, fast and funny. Very very quick. Could improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey, mark. Yeah. Trying a long time ago. I gave up for a while finding out through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys that I met him. And he got his autograph in Lincoln, Dr sanguinary. The Honda Brassica, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there's another generation of doctors sanguinary, not the same person. But some characters still continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph in a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre. And there was there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And in a couple of the movies, I remember that are classics. Let's see one of them was called blood religion. You remember that? I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have the VHS. Well, I seen it one time. And then I took me a long time to find a VHS. But it's I can't think of the guy's name. But he's I think he's gone by now, but he was he was in the same era. Vincent price. He was the guy had a mustache. And kinda he's on a lot of the old creepy classic horror movies. I think he was on the house of wax to maybe or something he was an older guy. Okay..

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"dr sanguinary" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

13:05 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanguinary" Discussed on KTRH

"And we're back with Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo the originals the original twilight zone? I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I watched those episodes over and over and over again, and they just never be never get old. And rod Serling his stuff was so sharp said he was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host. I mean, rod sterling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed it, but it wasn't all horror flex. No, all it was all imagination. That was really what the toilets. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy as a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Alfred Hitchcock mystery the're remember got presents was good too? Outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alfred Hitchcock was great too. And he was like his presentation was very horror host like I love when he was talking about his headache remedy, and it could be taken in a tiny capsule. And then he just starts putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean, what about science fiction theatre remember that of course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. And they just started. But a great Boise an anthology, a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore? Anthologies are tough. Because again, it's every every week. The different show. And I think that you know, I think now all the shows are soap operas because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone it will be a whole and they're doing a new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're coming back to to being able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black near is a good modern. I'm good. How do you think of that show? You like, yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But you know, I don't know if I want to hear that story every week, but it's the they had a choose your own adventure one. That was really kind of interesting called Bander snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kinds of things that's really strike home with with. Today's generation, and I and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans. We're packed with calls. Let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies that I remember child. Irresistible thirteen ghosts thirty also William castle thirteen goes who'd have the ghost viewer. If you looked into their I believe if you look in the red one it meant you believed in ghosts. And we're looking at the blue lens meant that you didn't believe in ghosts something like that. But you didn't see it was like a three d saying they had the lion tamer that the lion. And finally business had often. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is dealt adversary close. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated him. Right. Right. To watch that. Bad like, they want to see the goes. That's what I wanna know. I was just I wonder who would wanna watch the movie with the lens. The tides all the ghosts. I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens that allows you to see the ghost. Well, yeah, I know but back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. And. One. I liked the, of course, was the house of lax, you know, where the heroine vegan, the young girl, you know. She was finally supposedly being you know, have have hot wax boiling. How wax poured over her? You know? For young young man was also a big three D movie. Also. Which one was that the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I max has a lot of major blockbusters are all simultaneously created in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not the Antic with three D. It's the whole rice three. Let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. How many times I've tried to call this wonderful? You got through this time. I'm glad you're here. Wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named Bill Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy card. Jelly, absolutely. Was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as as a television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie is because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV that I felt like knowing you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him. Yeah. It was like thank goodness. My sister-in-law. I had a one bedroom asleep found. I'd love it was he was he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire, Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny in my pal. Of course, more guests who originated in the world liens they ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day. Mr Lobo just to watch him. 'cause he would do these Zanny little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything always went wrong. Everything went wrong with his science thing. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment that actually I know it he came in the studio here a couple of years ago. My staff flew him here for the hall of wonderful. And he wanted me to gonna fly, Mr Lobo. They might do that the mortgage. Wanted to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around. So he told me to smack him in the mouth, and I said, I am not gonna hit you in the mouth mortgages. And he said, George, it'll work it'll work Georgian work. So he put this force field around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. He said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Is absolutely amazing. What a treasure one of the all-time. Great hor Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call, actually, your previous caller me to chilly Billy that was that. I. He was huge people loved him. He was I I have an autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash and picks, Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy cart daily. Is he still alive or is he gone? He's passed. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile and a joke for every single fan, and and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, what they used to do as they used to do something Kyle Kennedy scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting video image, and then recording it onto film. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of a lot of those. In those days, you not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of a vampire a few minutes of of Google arty. A lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies. It was my horror host, you know, they only have like a handful of complete shows most of that stuff got your Boca raced. You remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by a BBC went to Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror hosts, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to like to just stick your leading hand of a person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between, Jack and Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that rate to see. I would love to see him. Do. He's a funny guy. He had great characters and fast, fast, fast, and funny. Very very quick. Good improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Oh, your drinks. Mark. Yeah. Trying to longtime ago I gave up for a while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys beaming to it that I met him. And I got his autograph in Lincoln doctors sanguinary. Nebraska, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there is another generation of doctors sanguinary, not the same person. But some that character still continues today. Got his autograph in a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre. And there was there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And in a couple of the movies. I remember that a classic. Let's see one of them were called that blood relations. You remember that? I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have to VHS. Well, I've seen it one time. And then I I took me a long time to find a VHS. But it's I can't think of the guy's name. But he's I think he's gone by now, but he was he was in the same era is price. He was the guy had a mustache kinda he's on a lot of the old creepy classic horror movies. I think he was on the house of wax to maybe or something he was an older guy. Okay. And and but he was the dad and there was there. His son brought home his fiancee, a real real pretty girl. And his dad was jealous and are being in his wife. Ways dying of something to think brain cancer. So and it was kinda weird because and this was his son who brought home look the girl. Right. Right. And so so so after I mean, basically yet the in the movie, then you find out what what was the plan, but they had a plan. I guess and later on you found out the sun was sort of in on the plan to and I guess during the movie and his dad sort of had like, a, you know, a thing with his girlfriend, and then at the end of the movie.

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"dr sanguinary" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

13:05 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanguinary" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And we're back with Mr Lobo. What you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo the originals? They original twilight zone. I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I I watched those episodes over and over and over again, and they just never be never get old. And rod sterling his stuff was so sharp said he was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host. I mean, rod Serling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed. A horror flicks. No, all it was all immagination. That was really what the toilets. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy as a metaphor for the human condition. What about the offered Hitchcock mystery the're remember got presents was good to outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alvin pitcher was great too. And he was like his presentation was very horror host like I love when he was talking about his headache remedy, and it could be taken in a tiny capsule. And then he just starts putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean, what about the science fiction theatre? Remember that of course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. And they just started a great who's an anthology a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore? Anthologies are tough. Because again, it's every every week. It's a different show. And I think that you know, think now all the shows are soap operas because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone. It would be doing a new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're cutting back to to be able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black mirror is a good modern. What do you think of that show? You like it a great. Yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the they had to choose your own adventure one that was really kind of. Interesting called banner snatch. There was one. Where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kind of things that's really strike home with with. Today's generation. And and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans, we're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies that I remember child. The original thirteen ghosts. Thirty also William castle thirteen goes, you'd have the ghost viewer. If you looked into their I believe he looked in the red one at meant you belie believed in go seeing we're looked in the blue lens, it meant that you didn't believe in something like that. But you didn't see it was like a three d thing. They had the lion tamer that the lion and finally bit his head off. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, is was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his belt adversary close. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated him the movie, right, right? You don't want. Who would own watch that the land in the bad? Like they wanted to see the guy. That's what I wanna know. I was just I wonder who would wanna watch the movie with the lens that ties all the ghosts. I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens that allows you to see the ghost. Well. Yeah. But, you know, back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. Then. Beat other one I liked the, of course, was the house of blacks, you know, where the heroine the young girl, you know, she was. Finally, supposedly being you know, have a have hot wax boiling. Hot wax sport over her. You know for young, man. Big was also a big movie also. Which one was at the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Did they still do three? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. You know, I max has a lot of major blockbusters are all simultaneously created it in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not the three D. It's the polarized three. D let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Low. How many times I tried to call? This is absolutely wonderful. You got through this time. I'm glad you're here. Wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named Bill Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy car deli. Absolutely. He was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as a as a television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie is because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV that I felt like you knowing you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him. Exactly. Yeah. And it was like thank goodness. My sister-in-law had a one bedroom asleep fans. I'd love it was he was one of the he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or a turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. My pal, of course, more guests who originated in New Orleans. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day, Mr. mobile just to watch him because he would do the zany little weather bets around some kind of science project. Everything always wondering wrong. Everything went wrong with his science thing. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment? But actually, I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the holiday wonderful. And he wanted me to gonna fly Mr Lobo on. They might do that the mortgage wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around himself. So he told me to smack him in the mouth, and I said, I am not going to hit you in the mouth mortgages. And he said, George it'll work in a work Gordon were so he put this four. I feel around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. He said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. It's absolutely amazing. What a treasure one of the all time. Great hor half similarly Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call. Sure thing actually, your previous caller baby to chilly Billy that was that. Really man who was huge people loved him. I have an autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash picks, Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy cart daily. He's he's still alive. Or is. He gonna know he's passed. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile and a joke for every single fan, and and kept his energy well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, what they used to do as they used to do something color Kisco p-, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting a video image, and then recording it onto film. Yeah. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot a lot of those those days, you're not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of vampire, a few minutes of of Google a lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies. It was my horror host. You know, they only have like a handful of complete shows. Most of that stuff got your Boca raced. Remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by the Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror host. I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to like just just sticky relating hand of a person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between, Jack and Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that right to see. I would love to see him do. But he's a funny guy. He had great characters fast fast, fast and funny. Very very quick. Could improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey, mark. Yeah. I'm trying a long time ago. I gave up for a while finding out through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys that I met him. And I got his autograph in Lincoln, Dr sanguinary. Brassica Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there's another generation of doctors sanguinary, not the same person. But some of that character's continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph and a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre, and there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that but down in a couple of the movies. I remember that are classics. Let's see one of them was called blood relations, your member that I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have the VHS. Well, I've seen it one time. And then I I took me a long time to find a VHS that it's I can't think of the guy's name. But he's I think he's gone by now, but he was he was in the same era is the price. He was the guy had a mustache kinda he's on a lot of the old creepy classic horror movies. I think he was on the house of wax to maybe or something he was an older guy. Okay. And and but he was the dad and everything there. His son brought home his fiancee, a real real pretty girl and his dad with jealous and are being in his his wife. With dying of something too. I think brain cancer. So it was kind of weird because this was his son who brought home the girl, right? Right. And so so so after I mean, basically. Yeah. Things a movie then you found out what what was the plan, but they had a plan. I guess and. Later on you found out the sun was sort of on the plan to and I guess during the movie venues dad sort of had like a, you know, a thing with his girlfriend, and then at the end of the movie.

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"dr sanguinary" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

13:05 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanguinary" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And we're back with Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo the originals the original twilight zone? I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I I watch those episodes over and over and over again, and they just never be never get old. And rod sterling his stuff was so sharp as he was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host rod Serling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed it, but it wasn't a horror flicks. No, all of it was all magic nation. That was really what the twilights they had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy as a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Alfred Hitchcock mystery the're remember got presents was good too? Outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alfred Hitchcock was great too. And he was like. His presentation was very horror host like I love when he was talking about his headache remedy, and it could be taken in a tiny capsule. And then he just starts putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean, what about science fiction theatre remember that science course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. And they just started. But a great news an anthology, a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore? Anthologies are tough. Because again, it's every every week. It's a different show. And I think that you know, I think now all the shows are so Papua's because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone. It would be a whole they're doing a new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're cutting back to to be able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black near is a good modern. I'm good. What do you think of that show? Yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But you know, I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the the they had to choose your own adventure one. That was really kind of interesting called Bander snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kind of things that's really strike home with with. Today's generation, and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at as socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans, we're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies that I remember as a child. The original thirteen ghosts thirty also William Catholic thirteen ghosts who'd have the ghost viewer. If you looked into their I believe if you looked at the red one at meant you believe believe in ghosts. And we're looking at the blue lens, it meant that you didn't believe in go something like that. But you didn't see it was like a three d thing. They had the lion tamer that the lion and finally business head off. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, is was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is a dull adversary close. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated him at the movie. Right, right. You don't want. To watch that man. Bad like, they want to see the goes. That's what I wanna know. Pardon me. I would I would wonder who would wanna watch the movie with the lens? The tides all the ghosts. I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens that allows you to see the ghosts. Well, yeah, I know, but, you know, back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. Then the other one I liked the, of course, was house of lax, you know, where the heroine Veon, the young girl, you know, she was finally supposedly being you know, we have have hot wax, boiling, hot wax sport over her. You know, for young young man big was also a big movie, also which one was at the Mr. level house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do three d? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. You know, I max has a lot of major blockbusters are all simultaneously created in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not the three D. It's the polarized three. D let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. How many times I tried to call this one you got through this time? I'm glad you're here. I wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named milk Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy car deli. Absolutely. Yeah. He was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as a as a tour television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie is because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV that I felt like you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him again. It was like thank goodness my sister. And I had a one bedroom asleep. I'd love it was he was one of the he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. My pal, of course, more guests who originated in New Orleans. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day. Mr Lobo just to watch him because he would do these Zanny little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything always wondering on everything went wrong with his science thing. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment that actually I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the hall of wonderful. And he wanted me to gonna fly Mr Lobo mortgage wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around himself. So he told me to smack him in the mouth. And I said I am not going to hit you in the mouth mortgages in. He said, George, it'll work it'll work Georgian work. So so he put this force field around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. And he said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Is absolutely amazing. What a treasure one of the all time. Great hor Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call actually, your previous caller baby to chilly. Billy. That was that. I. He was huge people loved. He was I I have an autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash picks, Pittsburgh, which is a big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy cart daily. He's he's still alive. Or is. He gonna know he's passed. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile and a joke for every single fan and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, what they used to do as they used to do something Kenneth scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting video image and then records. It onto film. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of a lot of those in those days, you're not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of vampire a few minutes of of Google arty. A lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies. It was my horror host, you know, they only have like a handful of complete shows. Most of that stuff. Got your bulk erased, you remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by a BBC went to Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to hor hosts, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of sales. Where you've got like he's talking to like just just sticky relating hand of a person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between Jack Bauer and Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that rate to see. I would love to see him do the he's a funny guy. He had great characters fast fast, fast and funny. Very very quick. Could improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey, your drinks. Mark. Yeah. Trying a long time ago. I gave up for a while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys beaming that I I met him. And I got his autograph in Lincoln doctors sanguinary. Nebraska, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there is another generation of doctors sanguinary, not the same person. But some of that character still continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph and picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre. And there was there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And then a couple of the movies. I remember that are classics. Let's see one of them was called blood relations. You remember that? I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have the VHS. Well, I've seen it one time. And then I I took me a long time to find a VHS. But it's got I can't think of the guy's name. But he's I think he's gone by now, but he was he was in the same era is Vincent Price. He was the guy had a mustache. And he's kinda he's on a lot of the old creepy. Classic. Harmless. He's I think he was on the house of wax to maybe or something he was an older guy. Okay. And and but he was the dad, and there was a there was a his son bought home his fiancee, a real real pretty girl and his dad with jealous and are being in his wife ways, dying of something too. I think brain cancer. So and it was kind of weird because this was his son who brought home look the girl. Right. Right. And so so so after I mean, basically, yet the end of the movie, then you found out what what was the plan, but they had a plan. I guess and later on you found out the sun was sort of in on the plan to and I guess during the movie and his dad sort of had like a, you know with his girlfriend and then. At the end of the movie,.

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"dr sanguinary" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

13:15 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanguinary" Discussed on KTOK

"Turn for news, weather and traffic one thousand K T. Okay. And we're back with Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo the originals the original twilight zone? I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I I watch those episodes over and over and over again, and they just never be never get old. And rod sterling his stuff was so sharp, and he was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host. I mean, rod Serling is kind of horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed. But it wasn't a horror flicks. No, all it was all magic nation. That was really what the toilet. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy as a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Alfred Hitchcock mystery? The're remember presents was good too. Outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alfred Hitchcock was great too. And he was like his presentation was. Very horror host like I love what he was talking about his headache remedy, and it could be taken in a tiny capsule. And then he just starts putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean. Hilarious. What about science fiction theatre? Remember that of course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. And they just started. But a great news. An wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore and follow these are tough? Because again, it's every every week it's a different show. And I think that you know, I think now all the shows are soap operas because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone it will be and they're doing a new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're coming back to to being able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black mirror is a good modern. I'm good. What do you think of that show? You like it. Yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But you know, I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the the they had to your own adventure one. That was really kind of interesting called Bander snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself. Into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kind of things that's really strike home with with. Today's generation, and I and I think a lot of stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at as socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans, we're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies that I remember child. The original thirteen ghosts thirty also William castle thirteen ghosts the ghost viewer. If you looked into their I believe if you look in the red one at you belie believed in ghosts. And we're looking at the blue lens, it meant that you didn't believe in goes something like that. But you didn't see it was like a three d thing. They had the lion tamer that the lion and finally business had and. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, is was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is a dull adversary close. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated him move it, right? You don't want. When I watch that. Ended up badly. I want to see the ghost. That's what I want to know. I would I would wonder who would want to watch the movie with the lens that tides all the ghosts. I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens. It allows you to see the ghost. Well, yeah. But, you know, back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. Then the other one I liked the, of course, was the house of wax. You know, where the heroine Veon, the young girl, you know, she was finally supposedly being you know, we have have hot wax, boiling, hot wax or over her. You know for young young man big was also a big three D movie. Also. Which one was at the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do three d? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. You know, I max has a lot of major blockbusters are all simultaneously created it in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not the three D. It's the polarized three. D let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. How many times I've tried to call? This is absolutely wonderful. You got through this time. I'm glad you're here. I wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named Bill Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy jelly, absolutely. Yeah. He was he was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as a as a terrific television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie is because he was there horror hosts, and he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV. But I yeah, you felt like you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him. Exactly. Yeah. It was like thank goodness my sister. And I had a one bedroom asleep found. I'd love it was he was one of the he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. In my pal. Of course, more guests who originated in the warlords. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day. Mr Lobo just to watch him. 'cause he would do the zany little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything always wondering on everything went wrong with his science thing. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment that actually Moore? I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the holiday wonderful. And he wanted me to gonna fly Mr Lobo mortgage wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around him. So he told me to smack him in the mouth. And I said, I am not going to hit you in the mouth mortgages. And he said, George it'll work in a work, George and work. So so he put this four. I feel around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. He said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Is absolutely amazing. What a treasure one of the all time. Great hor Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call, actually, your previous caller baby to chilly, Billy. That was that. I. Man, who was huge people loved him. He was I I have an autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash in Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy cart daily. He's he's still alive or is he gone. He's passed. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile and a joke for every single fan, and and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, what they used to do as they used to do something Kyle Kennedy scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting video image and then record. It onto film. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of a lot of those details, you not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of vampire, a few minutes of Gherardi a lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies. It was my horror host, you know, they only have like a handful of complete shows. Most of that stuff. Got your bulk erased, you remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by a BBC went to Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to hor host, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to like just just sticky relating hand of person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between, Jack and Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that rate to see. I would love to see him. Do the funny guy. He had great characters fast fast, fast and funny. Very very quick. Good improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey, mark. Yeah. I'm trying to longtime ago I gave up for a while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys beat me to it that I met him and got his autograph in Lincoln, doctors sanguinary. Nebraska, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there's another generation of doctors sanguinary, not the same person. But some of that character still continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph and a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre, and there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And then a couple of the movies. I remember that are classics. Let's see one of them was called blood relations. You remember that? I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have the VHS. Well, I've seen it one time. And then I I took me a long time to find a VHS. But it's I can't think of the guy's name. But he's I think he's gone by now, but he was he was in the same era thinking price. He was the guy had a mustache kinda he's on a lot of the old creepy classic horror movies. I think he was on the house of wax to maybe or something he was an older guy. Okay. And and but he was the dad, and there was a there was a his son brought home his fiancee, a real real pretty girl. And his dad was jealous and are being in his wife. Was dying of something too. I think brain cancer. So and it was kinda weird because this was his son who brought home the girl. Right. Right. And so so so after I mean, basically at the end of the movie, then you found out what what was the plan, but they had a plan. I guess and later on you found out the sun was sort of in on the plan to and I guess during the movie, then his dad sort of had like, a, you know, a thing with his girlfriend, and then at the end of the movie.

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"dr sanguinary" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanguinary" Discussed on WTVN

"And we're back with Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo the originals the original twilight zone? I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that I they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I I watch those episodes over and over and over again, and they just never we never get old. And rod sterling his stuff was so sharp as me was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host. I mean, rod sterling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed. But it wasn't all horror flicks. No, all it was all imagination. That was really what the toilets. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy as a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Alfred Hitchcock mystery? The're remember presents was good too. Outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alfred Hitchcock was great too. And he. Was like his presentation was very horror host like I love when he was talking about his headache remedy and that could be taken in a tiny capsule. And then he just starts putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean until areas what about the science fiction theatre remember that science course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. And they just started. But a great at Anfal, a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore anthologies are tough? Because again, it's every every week it's a different show. And I think that you know, I think now all the shows are so pop RAs because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone. It will be a whole they're doing a new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're cutting back to being able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black mirror is a good modern. I'm good. What do you think of that show? You like, yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But you know, I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the they had a choose your own adventure one. That was really kind of interesting called Bander snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kind of things it's really strike home with with today's generation. And I and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans, we're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies. I remember as a child the original thirteen ghosts thirty also William castle thirteen goes, you'd have the ghost viewer. If you looked into the I believe if you looked in the red one at meant you belie believed in ghosts. And we're looking at the blue lens, it meant that you didn't believe in goes something like that. But you didn't see it was like a three d saying they had the lion tamer that the lion and finally business had off. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, is was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is dealt adversary Bush. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated him the movie, right, right? You don't want. What own watch that up the land in the? They want to see the goes. That's what I wanna know. I was just I wonder who would wanna watch the movie with the lens. The tides all the ghosts. I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens that allows you to see the ghosts. Well, yeah. But, you know, back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. And. One. I liked the, of course, was the house of lax, you know, where the heroine young the young girl, you know, she was finally supposedly being, you know, have have hot wax, boiling, hot wax sport over her. You know? For young man was also a big three D movie. Also. Which one was at the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do three d? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. You know, I max has a lot of major blockbusters are all simultaneously created in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not the antics three d it's the polarized three. D let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. Oh, how many times I've tried to call? This is absolutely wonderful. You got through this time. I'm glad you're here. I wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named milk Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Chilly, Billy car jelly. Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. He was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also at forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as a as a television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie is because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV that I yeah, you felt like you knowing you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him evacuate. Yeah. And it was like thank goodness. My sister-in-law had a one bedroom asleep down. I'd love it was he was one of the he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. In my pal. Of course, more guests who originated in New Orleans. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school, everyday, Mr Lobo just to watch him. 'cause he would do these Zanny little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything always went wrong. Everything went wrong with his science thing. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment that actually I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the hall of wonderful. And he wanted me to. Gonna fly Mr. little boat. They might do that the mortgage wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around. So he told me to smack him in the mouth, and I said, I am not gonna hit you in the mouth mortgages. And he said, George it'll work in a work Georgian. So he puts his force field around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. And he said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Is absolutely amazing. What a treasure one of the all-time. Great hor Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call actually, your previous caller baby to chilly. Billy. That I. He was huge people loved him. He was. I have an autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash and picks, Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy card daily. Is he's still alive or is. He gonna know he's passed. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile and a joke for every single fan, and and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, what they used to do as they used to do something Kenneth scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting video image, and then recording it onto film. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of a lot of those in those days, you're not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of a vampire a few minutes of of Gherardi a lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies was my horror host. You know, they only have like a handful of complete shows most of that stuff got your Boca raced. You remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by a BBC went to Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror hosts, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to just stick your hand of the person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between Jack power and Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that right to see. I would love to see him. Do the a funny guy. He had great characters and fast, fast, fast, and funny. Very very quick. Could improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey ratings Mark. Yeah. Trying a long time ago. I gave up for a while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys beat me to it. But I I met him. And he got his autograph in Lincoln, Dr sanguinary. Nebraska, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there's another generation of doctors sanguinary, not the same person. But some of that character still continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph in a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre, and there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And then a couple of the movies. I remember that are classics. Let's see one of them was called blood relations. You remember that? I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have.

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"dr sanguinary" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanguinary" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And we're back with Mr. low. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo the originals? They original twilight zone. I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that I they never get old rewatch ability is incredible. I I watch those episodes over and over and over again, and they just never be never get old. I in rod Serling his stuff was so and he was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host rod Serling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed it, but it wasn't all horror flicks. No, all it was all imagination. That was really what the toilet. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was. It was a great way to use fantasy is a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Alfred Hitchcock mystery the're remember got presents was good to outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alfred Hitchcock was great too. And he was like his presentation was very horror host like I love when he was talking about his headache remedy, and it could be taken in a tiny capsule. And then he just started putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean, what about science fiction theatre remember that of course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. They just started. But a great who's an anthology a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore? Anthologies are tough. Because again, it's every every week. It's a different show. And I think that you know, I think now all the shows are soap operas because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone. It would be a whole doing a new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're cutting back to to being able to do that. But you have to have an audience black mirror is a good modern. What do you think of that show? You like it a great. Yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making horrible. But you know, I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the they had a choose your own adventure one that was really kind of. Interesting called Bander snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kind of things that's really strike home with with. Today's generation, and I and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at as socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans, we're packed with calls. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies that I remember child. The original thirteen ghosts thirty also William castle thirteen goes, you'd have the ghost viewer. If you looked into their I believe if you looked in the red one, it meant you belie believed in go seeing we're looking at the blue lens, it meant that you didn't believe in something like that. But you didn't see it was like a three d thing. They had the lion chambers that the lion finally business had up and. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, is was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his adult adversary close. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated him movie. Right, right. You don't want to watch that. Bad like they want to see the guy. That's what I wanna know. I would I would wanna know who would want to watch the movie with the lens that tides all the goes, I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens that allows you to see the ghosts. Well, yeah. But, you know, back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. And the other one I liked the, of course, was the house of wax. You know, where the heroine Veon, the young girl, you know, she was finally supposedly being you know, we have have hot wax, boiling, hot wax sport over her. You know for young young man big was also a big three D movie. Also. Which one was at the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. You know, I max has a lot of major blockbusters are all simultaneously created it in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not the with three D. It's the polarized three. D let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. How many times I tried to call me? Absolutely wonderful. You got through this time. Glad you're here. I wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named Bill Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy car deli. Absolute. He was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as as a television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie is because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV. But I felt like knowing you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him. Exactly. Yeah. It was like thank goodness my sister. And I had a one bedroom asleep found. I'd love it was he was one of the he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny in my pal. Of course, more guests who originated in the world ends. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day, Mr. mobile just to watch him because he would do these zany little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything always went wrong. Everything went wrong with his science thing. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment? But actually, I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the wonderful. And he wanted me to quit gonna fly. Mr lobo. They might do that the mortgage. Wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around himself. So he told me to smack him in the mouth, and I said, I am not gonna hit you in the mouth mortgages. And he said, George it'll work in a work Gordon were so so he puts this force field around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. He said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Absolutely. I mean, what a treasure one of the all time. Great hor Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call. Sure thing actually, your previous caller beat me to chilly. Billy. That was that. Really man, he knew he was huge people loved him. He was I I have an autograph picture of. Every time. I do monster bash picks, Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy cart daily. He's he's still alive. Or is. He gonna know he's passed. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile and a joke for every single fan, and and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No now, what they used to do as they used to do something Kyle Kennedy scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting video image and then Rick. According it onto film. Yeah. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot a lot of sales. You're not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of vampire, a few minutes of of Goulart a lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies. It was my horror host, you know, they only have like a handful of complete shows most of that stuff got your Boca raced. You remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by a BBC went to Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror host. I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to like just just sticky relating hand of a person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between Jack Parr Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that right to see. I would love to see him. Do the funny guy. He had great characters and fast fast fast. And funny. Very very quick. Could improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey, George ratings. Mark. Yeah. Trying along time ago I gave up for a while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys me. But I I met him. And I got his autograph in Lincoln, Dr sanguinary. Nebraska, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there's another generation of doctors sanguinary, not the same person. But some of that character still continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph and a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre, and there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And then a couple of the movies. I remember that are classics. Let's see one of them was called blood relations. You remember that? I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have.

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"dr sanguinary" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:39 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanguinary" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo de originals the original twilight zone. I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I I watch those episodes over and over and over again, and they just never be never get old. And rod Serling his stuff was so sharp as he was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host. I mean, rod sterling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed. But it wasn't all horror flicks. No all all imagination. That was really what the toilet. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy as a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Alfred Hitchcock mystery theatre? Remember that one got presents was good too. Outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alvin teacher was great too. And he. He was like his presentation was very horror host like I love when he was talking about his headache remedy, and it could be taken in a tiny capsule. And then he just started putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean, what about science fiction theatre remember that science, of course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. And they just started. But a great who's an anthology a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore? Anthologies are tough. Because again, it's every every week it's a different show. And I think that you know, I think now all the shows are soap operas because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone, it will be home and they're doing a new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're cutting back to to being able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black mirror is a good modern. I'm what do you think of that show? Yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But you know, I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the they had to choose your own adventure one. That was really kind of interesting called Bander snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kind of things that's really strike home with with. Today's generation, and I and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at as socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans, we're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies that I remember as a child the original thirteen ghosts thirty also William castle thirteen goes who'd have the ghost viewer. If you look into their I believe if you looked in the red one it meant you believed in ghosts. And we're looking in the blue lens it meant that. You didn't believe goes something like that? But you didn't see it was like a three d thing. They had the lion tamer that the lion. Finally did his head off and. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, is was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is a dull adversary click. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated him. The move. Right. You don't want to watch that up with the land in the bad. Like they want to see the ghost. That's what I want to know. I was just I would wonder who would want to watch the movie with the lens. The tides all the goes, I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens that allows you to see the ghost. Well, yeah, I know, but, you know, back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. Then. The other one I liked the, of course, was the house of wax. You know, where the heroine Veon, the young girl, you know, she was finally supposedly being, you know, have have hot wax oiling. How wack sport over her? You know for young young man big was also a big three D movie. Also. Which one was at the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do three d? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I max has a lot of major walk busters are all simultaneously created in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not the with three D. It's the polarized three. Let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. How many times I've tried to call? This is absolutely wonderful. You got through this time. I'm glad you're here. I wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named Bill Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy cart deli. Absolutely. Yeah. Was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also at forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as a as a terrific television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie is because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV. But I felt like knowing you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him. Yeah. It was like thank goodness my sister. And I had a one bedroom asleep found. I'd love it was he was one of the he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or a turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. In my pal. Of course, more guests who originated in New Orleans. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day. Mr Lobo just to watch him because he would do the zany little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything always wondering on everything went wrong with his science things. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment that actually Moore? I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the holiday wonderful. And he wanted me to. Mr. little on they might do that. But the mortgage wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around himself. So he told me to smack him in the mouth. And I said, I am not going to hit you in the mouth mortgages any said, George, it'll work it'll work Georgian work. So he put this force field around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. He said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Is absolutely mean what a treasure one of the all-time. Great hor Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call, actually, your previous caller baby to chilly, Billy. That was that. I. Man, man. He was huge people loved. I have an autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash and picks, Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy cart daily. He's he's still alive. Or is. He gonna know he's passed. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile and a joke for every single fan, and and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, no, what they used to do as they used to do something Kyle Kennedy scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting a video image, and then recording it onto film. Yeah. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of a lot of those you not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of vampire, a few minutes of of Gherardi a lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies was my horror host. You know, they only have like a handful of complete shows. Most of that stuff. Got your bulk erased, you remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by went to Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror hosts, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to like just sticky relating hand of a person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between, Jack Parr and Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that right to see. I would love to see him. Do the funny guy. He had great characters fast fast, fast and funny. Very very quick. Could improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey, mark. Yeah. Trying to time ago. I gave up for a while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys beat me to it that I met him. And I got his autograph in Lincoln doctors sanguinary. Nebraska, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there's another generation of Dr sanguinary not the same person. But some of that character still continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph and a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre, and there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And in a couple of the movies, I remember that are classics. Let's see one of them was called blood relations, your member that I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have the.

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"dr sanguinary" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

12:45 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanguinary" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Welcome back to coast to coast, Mr Lobo with us. I'll tell ya, Mr Lobo. A funny story about the Patrick Wilson who was an insidious the conjuring and a number of other films back in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine television, news director in Saint Louis, and my anchorperson was a fellow by the name of John Wilson. A little six year old boy who ended up being Patrick Wilson. Is that a small world that is incredible in he moved off to Florida with his parents. His mother is a Boyce teacher Mary Kay, and the father was television anchorman. It's cool. Incredible. You know, a lot of these these television personalities be anchorman and stuff a lot of them ended up being or hosts Bob Wilkins was the weather man in and he was my horror host. He was the weatherman on channel two, and he was horror host, Richard writes me from canton, Ohio, he said I used to watch a fellow by the name of Guli. Artie, artie. Yes. In the Anderson. Yup. That's right. Exactly. Most famously known as the voice of ABC the love that was him. How 'bout that? He would green screen himself into some of these old black and white films. In this guy. Here says he made it even funnier than the original movie. Yes, there's a there's a famous one. And I'm not sure if it was him Zachary, but he's leaning on a building. And then the scene changes and he's leaning on the fifty foot woman by mistake. I love it. All right. Let's take some calls here. We've got calls this hour with Mr Lobo. Eugene Logan is with us in Eugene, Oregon. Here we go hide Logan what welcome to the program. Hi there guys in tonight. So I wanted to bring up the influence on music and horror movies such as punk rock bands. Like, the misfits and as music like psych, really sure the cramps. I love the cramps and the meteors and all that stuff. Absolutely. You know, definitely. And there's a whole offshoot where it's all horrid where there's a horror punk offshoot of that kind of music. I worked actually on a movie called the ranger this year, which was a punk movie about a bunch of punk rockers getting killed by a park ranger. And you know, there's definitely always that connection between music and movies. And I think they influence each other. I think return of the living dead is probably the ultimate punk rock horror movie. We didn't talk about slasher movies like chainsaw and things like that. We didn't talk about Texas chainsaw massacre. Which is interesting. If you watch that film because really there's there's there's hardly any blood in it. There's hardly any. I don't think there's any bit harsh language in that movie. But it's so disturbing it you think you see, and you think you hear a lot more than you actually do. Well, that's true. It makes you really once like psycho. Yes, psycho exactly psycho has a cycle. And it's time had the same heavy rep that chainsaw massacre. You never saw the knife stabbed into the woman in the shower never entered her what you thought you felt it exactly. Next up Nancy in Victoria, Texas. Welcome to the program. Hi nance. Right. Hey, good to have you with us. Go ahead. First of all, I gotta say this is the last movie that I watched. I watch recently was the twenty eighteen of version of Halloween. Do you like it? Yes. I did too. I enjoyed it. I have a question. What what's sister Lobos? Take on the new the newer movies that are out right now. But just get out and other scary, Phil scary movies. That are bloom. Noli are a little bit poetical in a way. Yes. Well, there's that's been going on for a little while. Now, I think there's a I think the purge films. There's an inner get out. And then I understand like what you're saying with with those films in particular. I think the guy from key NPR, which I always forget if he's key or if he's peo-, but he's rebooting the twilight zone as as the host. You know? I mean, I think that I think that horror films always sort of do reflect the times and always do kind of have underlying political all the fifties horror movies. We thought that reds were hiding under our basements, or whatever. So I think it's just an ongoing thing of whatever people are afraid of and right now people are afraid of politics. I'll tell you what about the Walking Dead series. They seem to have a life of its own. Does it? I mean, it's interesting because it is kind of a still following the night of the living dead kind of template. I think it's because we're interested in the characters in the stories, and to be honest, you're talking about where the western went. I think that a lot of western stories have all been converted into samba stories, you know, instead of shooting at Indians a shooting at zombies what made the horror genre so popular in its day. Well, you know, there's other there's definitely a lot of cycles. I think the first cycle was the thirties with Dracula, and Frankenstein, and that's because universal had a very young president. You know, so university he he wanted to see more horror content, and they made it and then things got conservative for awhile in the cycle. Didn't come back into the later forties with the Wolfman, and then it got kind of conservative again for a while. And then and then in the sixties when trying to compete with television, the the movies got rougher and scarier leading up into the seventies. With phil. Like the exorcist. And so on where you're not gonna see that on TV at least not uncut. So, you know, I think that there's there's there's definitely cycles with horror films, and I think we're in another horse cycle. What are the demographics for movie attendance? You know, I think that they probably skew older, you know. But it's it's weird because I think it's it's probably younger and older. Right. People who are still going to the movies who well it used to be a cheap date. Yeah. It's not a cheap date anymore. No. It's not I I like to go on Tuesdays when it's half price. What is what does a movie cost these days a year since box? Sometimes really. Yeah. Yes. It used to be like five bucks on Tuesdays when it's six bucks. But that's still what six bucks is still high. So six bucks is still high. Yeah. I mean, what happened to you'll laugh you'll cry you'll kissing three bucks? Goodbye is really what it should be. I think it's interesting. They're talking about people not going to the movies. I think if it was cheaper. Honestly, I feel like a lot of people would go I feel like it's you know, it's just to get away from everything, you know. I I always give this speech before we show a movie, it's like, you don't have to turn off your cell phones. You get to turn off your cell phones. You get to be away from the internet for two hours and have a vacation or just put it away stuff. Go lot of people still send text messages for movies. I don't get it. You know? I'm I'm I feel way. It's like, I I'm sorry. I didn't couldn't answer your call. I was watching a movie. Next up victor's with a sulphur springs, Texas, east of the Rockies. Hi, victor. All right. Well, my. Up in the north west when I was a kid channel seven CBS. It was the Cairo count. The Cairo count. Tell me all about who's the host. I remember. Well, I don't remember his name. But he was like the she e o of that CBS affiliate. He was the CEO. And then he put on. The Dracula Cape and hosted the movies. I love it. Yeah. But I got another question. I have a relative, and I'm sure you'll probably figure out. He was in the beam horror movies and I count in numbers game. But each starred as the sheriff, and where the Redfern gross was that the name of the movie, but he was in several hundreds, but that was the name of the movie where the red fern grows. I can't remember who the sheriff was in that right now. Interrupt the kids from trying to steal that kid dogs. Yeah. Yeah. I'm vaguely. I remember watching Lonnie Lonny Chapman was the sheriff. Thank you for that. Thank you. Thank your staff for that. Hey, I did it on my own. Oh, you did. All right. Well, then I thank you, George. You're always on top. But Victor, that's the name of your relatives. All right. Well, thank you, guys Chapman. There you go Chapman the great Lonny Chapman as the sheriff in where the Redfern grow. I do have a great staff, by the way, Mr. LeBow, and they have on many occasions bat talk to me quickly in my ear. But in this case, I got that on my best whenever I'm talking with his Tom or Stephanie, or at least I was still like I'm in excellent hands. Your staff is the best. Speaking of Tom. There's Thomas in LA Hoya, California. Hi thomas. George. Thank you for taking my call. I remember here in California there was science fiction theater. And I'm not sure who the host was George can answer that that was his favorite show. Yeah. I was always very creepy. I mean, it was just a host. So there was a different science fiction theater. Then right. Yes question. I had for you, Mr Lobo. Yes. Sarah, say director in Canada who has a cult following. David Kranenburg o f movies like. Video Drome with Deborah, Harry, and James woods fly. What Jeff Goldblum? Absolutely. And. New, you know, it's like the movie you realize oh my goodness. This is getting serious all of his movies, again seem to fall into what what what's called body horror where things that are happening to us physically. And it's a little scary with that. And I think especially in the eighties with with aids and everything that was happening with that. I think it really played on our fears of getting sick or something happening to somebody doing something to us in all of his films seem to have this kind of underlying creepy -ness of it something happening to your body. Scanners has that shiver which is another one of his has that fly. Of course, he completely mutates into the fly. And it's very graphic. But Kronen Burke is definitely an artist. Certainly I mean, either nobody makes a movie like that guy. And you know, even though they're they're disturbing. They're always very well acted and well well-made, here's a little trivia question for you Thomas. What was the name? Of the fly in the movie. Oh my goodness. That that's a good question. Yeah. I think I got that one. Give it a shot, Mr Lobo the Brundle flight. Yeah. Fly Seth Brundle. He became Brundle fly. Exactly. Thanks, Tom appreciated. Then of course, in the original fly movie wasn't that a black and white? The return of the fly was black and white which doesn't make any sense because the original fly was in color. The first one was in color in the second which movie did did the guy he was a little fly. But you could hear him go. Help me help me. No. Yeah. That was the fly original fly the original one. I'll always remember that one is with us Long Beach, California L. Hey, Lonnie taken away. Hey, what's up high Georgia's good here? You're getting hey. Real fun. Fact, my name is Lonnie, and my parents actually got the name from Lonny Chapman. So there's that. Wow. All world at better than better than Lonnie Anderson. Yeah. Yeah. But I hear nothing. No, no, no, no, nothing's better than Lonnie Anderson. Well, it would be that was his name. True. That's true. But I wanted to bring up the the old horror hosts I grew up in the mid west. And I remember in the seventies. We had a gentleman named Dr sanguinary oh easily come out in a in a bloody Omaha..

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