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VIDEO: Ep 403 - Which Doctor

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Ep 403 - Which Doctor
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Length: 51:02
Aired: 3/19/1966

Doc and Festus are abducted by a clan of shabby buffalo hunters. watch

VIDEO: Ep 399 - Wishbone

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Ep 399 - Wishbone
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Length: 51:01
Aired: 2/19/1966

Matt is on the trail of three bandits who robbed a stagecoach and murdered the driver and guard. watch

VIDEO: Ep 396 - The Raid, Part Two

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Ep 396 - The Raid, Part Two
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Length: 51:00
Aired: 1/29/1966

After a violent bank robbery, outlaws escape Dodge with a hostage: Doc Adams. Part two of two. watch

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Up Goes Maisie
Saratoga Trunk
Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein
Juke Girl

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Last Train from Gun Hill
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Last Train From Gun Hill
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Quantrill's Raiders

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Ep 403 - Which Doctor
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Ep 399 - Wishbone
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Ep 396 - The Raid, Part Two
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Ep 369 - Dry Road to Nowhere

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Credits

Year Title Description
1959 Last Train From Gun Hill Movie, Actor - Saloon Bouncer
1958 Quantrill's Raiders Movie, Actor - Todd
1957 Gunfire At Indian Gap Movie, Actor - Matt
1957 Jailhouse Rock Movie, Actor - Simpson, Convict
1957 The Last Stagecoach West Movie, Actor

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I know that many people — my ...

Question: I know that many people — my own sister included — refer to Dr. Frankenstein's monster by the name of his creator. Is this laziness on their part, or is there some basis in any of the Frankenstein movies for calling the creature "Frankenstein"? I read your column every week and know that if anybody would know, it would be you.<P>

 


Answer: Thank you, Jay, for your vote of confidence and for mentioning my bete noir (all right, one of my betes noirs — I'm easily peeved). While I'm sure that somewhere there's a movie in which some character screams, "Hey look, there's Frankenstein," as the monster comes round the corner in full flail, all the canonical movies, from the very first adaptation by the Edison company — Frankenstein (1910) — to the Universal and Hammer multifilm series, distinguish clearl read more

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