Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Ghoul VS Ghoul

Okay, our Cleveland contingent has convinced me. This Ghoulardi guy was pretty cool.



Zacherley still rules, though.

5 comments:

reddyrooster said...

Ah... just so.

Cleveland Bob said...

Au contraire...Steve Simels rules!

I had found this clip as well. There is surprisingly less Ghoulardi stuff out there in UTube land than I would have thought. Regardless, it fits the bill with this video. Thanks.

PowerPop is blogtastic.

dave™© said...

Then, on the other end of the spectrum, you had, in northern California, the great Bob Wilkins. Looked a little like Roy Thomas, dressed in a three-piece suit like a banker, and sat in his chair puffing a stogie while drolly offering up MSTK-esque, yet absolutely knowledgable, commentary on some very bad, yet enjoyable, sci-fi and horror films. Started out doing his show on a station out of Sacramento, then moved up to an independent in SF, where he had the privilege of world-premiering Ernie Fosselius' "Hardware Wars," among other milestones...

dave™© said...

Should have checked YouTube first: Bob Wilkins from 1967.

The guy he's interviewing, btw, is Harry Martin, who for some reason I never understood, covered the "entertainment" beat for the Sacto TV station Wilkins worked for. Martin, btw, was very popular, and interviewed tons of big stars, believe it or not...

dave™© said...

OK - last Wilkins' plug: check out these promos.