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Martin Short and Paul Schaefer both had fond memories of this show growing up in Canada. Eventually, the show's opening theme became the unofficial Martin Short theme song when he would come out for interviews on David Letterman. See more »

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The episode about the monsters
14 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

I distinctly remember one episode of "Hollywood and the Stars" was about horror movies. I was 5 years old and I loved monsters, but I hadn't seen very many horror movies. Even though I was so young, I still remember the first thing Joseph Cottten said: "You may want to put the kids to bed early tonight." I begged my parents to let me watch it, and they reluctantly allowed it. The episode referred to Lon Chaney Jr., but in my childish mind, I interpreted it as if they were talking about a monster, not an actor, named "Junior." It scared the heck out of me! This monster named Junior! I think they showed footage from "Man-Made Monster." It took decades before I realized they must have been talking about Chaney Jr. I remember the theme song and everything. I would kill to see that episode again. Does anyone remember it?


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