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Re: Theater Five
« Reply #15 on: October 22, 2012, 10:48:42 PM »
Sort of a short version of CBSRMT.

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Re: Theater Five
« Reply #16 on: October 23, 2012, 10:37:12 AM »
Sort of a short version of CBSRMT.

What I like most about CBSRMT is E.G Marshal he kinda sets the mood.

Another show I recently started getting into is Nightmare hosted by Peter Lorre, he led a fascinating life starting his career in Berlin as a Jewish actor when the Nazis gained power he fled to paris and then London and learned to speak English. 

A famous story is told in Hollywood that in 1956, both Lorre and Vincent Price attended Bela Lugosi's funeral. According to Price, Lorre asked him "Do you think we should drive a stake through his heart just in case?

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Re: Theater Five
« Reply #17 on: October 23, 2012, 08:11:12 PM »
Sort of a short version of CBSRMT.

What I like most about CBSRMT is E.G Marshal he kinda sets the mood.

Another show I recently started getting into is Nightmare hosted by Peter Lorre, he led a fascinating life starting his career in Berlin as a Jewish actor when the Nazis gained power he fled to paris and then London and learned to speak English. 

A famous story is told in Hollywood that in 1956, both Lorre and Vincent Price attended Bela Lugosi's funeral. According to Price, Lorre asked him "Do you think we should drive a stake through his heart just in case?

I think I read that somewhere.

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Re: Theater Five
« Reply #18 on: October 23, 2012, 08:36:46 PM »
Sort of a short version of CBSRMT.

What I like most about CBSRMT is E.G Marshal he kinda sets the mood.

Another show I recently started getting into is Nightmare hosted by Peter Lorre, he led a fascinating life starting his career in Berlin as a Jewish actor when the Nazis gained power he fled to paris and then London and learned to speak English. 

A famous story is told in Hollywood that in 1956, both Lorre and Vincent Price attended Bela Lugosi's funeral. According to Price, Lorre asked him "Do you think we should drive a stake through his heart just in case?

I think I read that somewhere.

I got that info from Wikipedia, my brother-inlaw told me Bela Lugosi was buried in his Dracula wardrobe. I find that hard to believe. Go Go Google!! 

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Re: Theater Five
« Reply #19 on: October 23, 2012, 09:59:48 PM »
Sort of a short version of CBSRMT.

What I like most about CBSRMT is E.G Marshal he kinda sets the mood.

Another show I recently started getting into is Nightmare hosted by Peter Lorre, he led a fascinating life starting his career in Berlin as a Jewish actor when the Nazis gained power he fled to paris and then London and learned to speak English. 

A famous story is told in Hollywood that in 1956, both Lorre and Vincent Price attended Bela Lugosi's funeral. According to Price, Lorre asked him "Do you think we should drive a stake through his heart just in case?

I think I read that somewhere.

I got that info from Wikipedia, my brother-inlaw told me Bela Lugosi was buried in his Dracula wardrobe. I find that hard to believe. Go Go Google!!

That's true. He was buried in his cape. It may not have been the very one he wore in Dracula, but it was one of the capes he wore in the movies.
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Re: Theater Five
« Reply #20 on: October 24, 2012, 12:00:04 PM »
Sort of a short version of CBSRMT.

What I like most about CBSRMT is E.G Marshal he kinda sets the mood.

Another show I recently started getting into is Nightmare hosted by Peter Lorre, he led a fascinating life starting his career in Berlin as a Jewish actor when the Nazis gained power he fled to paris and then London and learned to speak English. 

A famous story is told in Hollywood that in 1956, both Lorre and Vincent Price attended Bela Lugosi's funeral. According to Price, Lorre asked him "Do you think we should drive a stake through his heart just in case?

I think I read that somewhere.

I got that info from Wikipedia, my brother-inlaw told me Bela Lugosi was buried in his Dracula wardrobe. I find that hard to believe. Go Go Google!!

That's true. He was buried in his cape. It may not have been the very one he wore in Dracula, but it was one of the capes he wore in the movies.

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