Svengoolie (portrayed by RIch Koz) & Zalman T. Tombstone’s classic WCIU-TV/”The U” Berwyn/Chicago “Big Story of Thanksgiving” sketch (via the official YouTube site of fellow super SvenPal David Fuentes) Weigel Broadcasting Co./U-City Productions/WCIU-TV, L.P./Me-TV Network
Classic 1992 Comedy Central “Mystery Science Theater 3000” “Turkey Day” promo featuring Joel Hodgson, Crow T. Robot (featuring the vocal stylings of Trace Beaulieu) and Tom Servo (featuring the vocal stylings of Kevin Murphy, via the official YouTube Channel of “ILoveMST3KPromos”)/Satellite of Love Productions (Best Brains Inc.)/Shout! Factory LLC “Comedy Central:” Comedy Partners
Happy Thanksgiving/Turkey Day 2019 to the entire crowd of fellow Svengoolie SvenPals, the entire crowd of fellow “Mystery Science Theater 3000”/MST3K MSTies and to the entire crowd of fellow classic/cult motion picture and TV aficionados everywhere from the author/writer of “Silver Screen Reflections!”
I am thankful for my family, my fellow super SvenPals/fellow super MSTies/fellow super classic film and classic TV aficionados/fellow super readers of “Silver Screen Reflections” everywhere! Three cheers & two thumbs up to the entire crowd of fellow super SvenPals, fellow super MSTies, fellow super classic-cult film & TV aficionados & fellow super readers of “Silver Screen Reflections” everywhere! -C.H.
Whether you watched the earlier Thanksgiving Day parades/celebrations of if you’re currently watching the “Mystery Science Theater 3000/MST3K Turkey Day 2019” festival via Shout! Factory TV and affiliated channels or gearing up for Svengoolie’s upcoming big broadcast of Nathan Hertz Juran’s “Attack of the 50 Foot Woman” (1958) with Allison Hayes on Me-TV this Sat., the writer/author of “Silver Screen Reflections” hope all fellow super SvenPals, fellow super MSTies and fellow super classic film/TV aficionados are enjoying their Thanksgiving! And since Thanksgiving Day 2019 falls on Thurs. Nov. 28; today (Nov. 28) also marks my Mother’s Birthday! Happy Birthday. Mom! -C.H.
Also in commemoration of Thanksgiving/Turkey Day: To quote Les Nessman (portrayed by Richard Sanders)’s “eyewitness” account/description of the WKRP “turkey giveaway” (around the 0:50 mark) and station manager Arthur Carlson (portrayed by Gordon Jump)’s concluding statement (at the 1:07 mark) from the conclusion of the famed “Turkeys Away” episode of “WKRP in Cincinnati” from 1978:
“WKRP In Cincinnati:” Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation (MTM Enterprises holdings)/Shout! Factory LLC (home entertainment rights by arrangement with Twentieth Century Fox)
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