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1996-02-20 00:00:00 - What was that Sci-Fi on the TV? - (lasner@sunSITE.unc.edu)


Not last night's episode, but last week's. What was the girl watching? I don't know if the credits gave it, but on UPN-9 in NYC, WWOR chooses to destroy credits with instead a teaser for the upcoming 10:00 news. This entire practice is disgusting, etc. So, if anyone actually just knows, or could read the credits, assuming you actually get a chance to read them, please post the answer. cjl

1996-02-24 00:00:00 - Re: What was that Sci-Fi on the TV? - (jcp9j@fermi.clas.Virginia.EDU)


Charles Lasner (lasner@sunSITE.unc.edu) wrote: : Not last night's episode, but last week's. What was the girl watching? : I don't know if the credits gave it, but on UPN-9 in NYC, WWOR chooses to : destroy credits with instead a teaser for the upcoming 10:00 news. This : entire practice is disgusting, etc. As I posted elsewhere, and sorry I took a while getting to it, it's from an old Bela Lugosi serial "The Phantom Creeps." it has been on a few old MST3k eps, and I've seen the series on sale in a video store or two. -- Jamie Plummer jcp9j@fermi.clas.virginia.edu Save MST!!! got to http://fermi.clas.virginia.edu/~jcp9j/canceled.html "Ask yourself if you have what it takes to be a columnist... do you have enough self-confidence so that after studying a magazine article on brain surgery for 20 minutes, you feel comfortable giving a lecture to a thousand brain surgeons on what's wrong with their profession?" - David Brooks