Thank you for posting the wonderful Vincent Price programs. The Saint was one of my favorites when I was a kid and this opportunity to hear them again is truly delightful. I will listen to them all.
You're both very welcome. If you check several of the groups here at Times Past you will also find lots of Vincent Price, Boris Karloff and more. For example, if you look under the Holiday Group you'll find lots of old shows.
Thanks, katy. I was just looking at your pictures, and I swear I got a craving for pumpkin pie! If you hadn't posted that VP page, I would never have known about any of the great things that he did. He's a real renaissance man, imho. I had found "Price of Fear" somewhere several months ago, and it became one of my faves. I only had 8 episodes, but we kept listening to them over and over at night in bed. (Not what it sounds like, at all...lol) When I was able to get 20 episodes, I almost fainted. Has anyone uploaded that show? Thanks so much and Happy Autumn!!
I grew up with those old films, also. I remember having to sleep with the light on a few times. Thank Gods, I got exposed to old movies early. Anyway Rosanna, I did see Episode 301 written next to one of them. Just think...three hundred or more of these. I'm in love w/VP, I think...
Sometimes, I imagine someone having a full collection of some show-- hoarding it like a crazy art collector who spends millions on some painting that no one but them will ever see. OMG, I love POF....Whomever has it extant, give it up please!! (You can also make "Pete Kelly's Blues" available, while you're at it. LOL) Hope that made sense, it is almost 5 am here!! Basically, you're just gonna think I'm a bit crazy. What do you expect on zero caffeine?? lol Have a good morning, Rosanna. E.-------> coffee, lots of coffee.
Yeah, I got exposed to old movies, too...it seems every Friday night was a screamfest of all the old horror flicks...My Mom turned me on to them and I fell in love.
Apparently POF only had 22 eps produced...so your collection is nearly complete!
The 2 missing seem sort of elusive (unless you happen to have them, by any chance..)
Let's see.. Guy Fawke’s Night by Richard Davies (17/11/73) and Never Gamble With A Loser
They seem to be missing from every collection.
Yeah..I wonder about all those missing shows...from everything and every genre......somebody has them somewhere, eh?
Now, I need the caffeine...
God, I was having fantasies of 300 episodes...lol I just finally got to have my morning dose of caffeine. My beloved is watching Millenium, until we have to go out. Neat that we're basically in the same time zone. Have a great morning, Rosanna.
Six shows are in circulation and 6 are missing. A lot of people are just sitting on shows no one's heard in a very long time. Had a great morning already......I'll take a nice afternoon though!! Enjoy your morning and your coffee......Jim
I'll reply to both comments at once, James. Oh...you're six hours ahead. Well, enjoy your afternoon tea. ;)) God, now I want biscuits with my coffee. Even digestives would do. LOL I haven't had breakfast yet. (My friend just brought me back fresh Flakes, of which I think I got maybe 3 out of the whole big package. Grrrr....)
Jack Webb is totally cool in that series. You'd never expect it after Dragnet. I know some evil genius is hoarding these shows. I can hear his evil laugh when he listens to the episodes that we're all looking for. Oh my, my weirdness is showing. lol Must get off the computer, since I'm starting my day now! Nice talking to you, however.
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