The Golden Age of Hollywood

Does anyone remember the Roland horrow programs that came out ot Phila. WCAU  in the 50's or Zacherly tha came out of NY city in the early 60's on WABC OR WOR.  For those who don't know in my opion his shtich was the best to show old horrow movies live on tv.

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Zacherley himself put out a DVD of some of his Roland/Zacherley material a few years ago. It might still be up on his website. He's the godfather of TV Horror hosts (with Vampira being the godmother).

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