Monday, October 31, 2016

Special Delivery – Halloween

Well folks, it’s that time of year again and even though I no longer celebrate Halloween personally I will hold with tradition and continue to post videos for those of you who still love the classics in fact this is the way they use to do Halloween when I was growing up; which is to say that they showed cartoons on that night. Hope you like this selection and it brings back wonderful memories from your childhood and perhaps your child’s lives as well. Everyone have fun and be safe. 

It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown

The Fat Albert Halloween Special  - [Please click link.]

Garfield's Halloween Adventure

The Adventures of Black Beauty – Out of the Night (with free trial) - [Please click link.]

The Adventures of Black Beauty – The Witch (with free trial) - [Please click link.]

You Can't Do That On Television – E68 – Halloween

Alfie Atkins and the Ghosts

Eureeka's Castle Halloween Special

Adventures in Rainbow Country – Mystery at Whaleback Bay

Spookley the Square Pumpkin (Please click link.)

The Littles – The Littles' Halloween

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Pumpkin Carols

Bobby 'Boris' Pickett & The Cryptkickers – The Monster Mash (Top Of The Pops)

It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown – Intro Only

Garfield's Halloween Adventure – Scaredy Cat

Louis Armstrong – Skeleton in the closet

Sha Na Na – Monster Mash

 In The Hall Of The Mountain King

Andrew Gold – Spooky Scary Skeletons

Semonski Sisters – I Whistle A Happy Tune

Scooby Doo, Where are you?

Dick Dale with Gail, Sandi and Mary Lou – Real Live Girl

The Lawrence Welk Show – Halloween Party

Huey Lewis And The News – Doing It All For My Baby

Old Devil Moon – Danced By: Arthur Duncan

Bobby “Boris” Pickett – Monster Mash

Lawrence Welk – Trick or Treat

Garfield – Scaredy Cat

 Tanya Falan with Bob Havens – Somebody Loves Me

Kurt Browning performs to "Monster Mash" in Halloween on Ice

Mr. Ghost Goes To Town – Myron Floren & Bob Ralston 

Bobby “Boris” Pickett – Monsters’ Mash Party

· 3 Songs in One Video:
Ken Delo – In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town || Dry Bones – Danced By: Bobby Burgess, Cissy King, Jack Imel, Mary Lou Metzger and sung by entire cast || This Old House

Monday, October 24, 2016

Special Delivery – Explode by Jackie Clarke

Those of you who are fans of the original 1970's version of The Tomorrow People are no stranger to Jackie Clarke, organizer and host of the very successful Hyperspace 2009. In this exciting film Jackie introduces us to a few very special young ladies who have more than one secret to hide. How will it turn out? Find out in Explode! 

Chapter 1 – Poltergeist

Chapter 2 – Into the Fold

Chapter 3 – Power Struggle

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Special Delivery – Under the Mountain

Under the Mountain is an eight-part television series based on the novel of the same name written by Maurice Gee that first aired in 1981 and was produced by Television New Zealand.

When twins Rachel and Theo Matheson first meet the mysterious Mr. Jones when they are young children lost in the woods near their home. Eight years later they meet Mr. Jones again in Auckland while they are spending their summer holidays with their aunt, uncle and cousin. It is during this time they learn that Mr. Jones is an alien, sent from another world in a battle against another race of slimy, slug-like beasts / monsters / aliens who strip a planet until it is barren then move on to the next to do the same.

While in their human form these creatures are known as the evil Mr. Wilberforce family who, despite their slug-like form have a keen sense of sight and smell as they spy on Rachel and Theo from across the lake.

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Special Delivery – Marc Summers’ Mystery Magical Special

Summery from Wikipedia
Summers' character and three young children (friends of his, all of whom seem to play themselves) arrive at a mysterious mansion after they get a flat tire. Within, they find, among other things, heads falling from the ceiling, Burton performing card tricks, and even a bizarre demon-like villain character who engages in a prolonged swordfight with Burton. At the end of this fight, Burton performs another display of his talents, wherein he reveals that the demon character never existed, and that the entire ordeal was, in his words, "just a trick". Afterward, the characters leave the mansion, where they meet another lost traveler, Stan Allen, magician, looking for a phone (he had run out of gas), whom they wryly tell to "help [himself]".

Marc Summers’ Mystery Magical Special