WHITTLE YOUR CARES AWAY WITH UNCLE PETE!!!

UNCLE PETE AND OXNARD ENJOY A LITTLE WHITTLIN' FUN

UNCLE PETE AND OXNARD ENJOY A LITTLE WHITTLIN’ FUN

We hope you were able to find us at our new location (channel 1301) in the Binghamton, Corning, and northern Pennsylvania areas this past week.  If you didn’t, do a little searchin’ this week – that’s where we are. And speaking of searching, join UNCLE PETE  in THE DARK VAULT OF PUBLIC DOMAIN this Saturday night as he searches for a rare bird and the East Side Gang searches for ghosts in the suspense filled 1943 comedy thriller Ghosts On The Loose   UNCLE PETE and his ever faithful Beagle OXNARD are at LAKE DARK VAULT for the occasion.  Starring Leo Gorcey as Muggs, Huntz Hall as Glimpy, Bobby Jordan as Danny and Sunshine Sammy Morrison as Scruno, we find the Boys helping with the wedding preparations for Glimpy’s sister Betty (played by Ava Gardner in an early role).  Jack, Betty’s intended (played by Rick Vailin), has purchased a little home in the suburbs for which to settle in with his new bride.  The Gang decides to do a little fixin’ up for the happy couple but mistakenly goes to the mansion next door – a place said to be haunted.  Mysterious things have the Gang thinking there are ghosts about, but Emil (Bela Lugosi) and his Nazi bunch hidden in the mansion might not be the ghosts the gang thinks they are.  One of the most classic exchanges in all of filmdom occurs between Scruno and Emil as the Boys explore the secret passages and Scruno utters the immortal “Who Dat!” The film also features Wheeler Oakman as Tony and Stanley Clements as Stash. Clements, here in his only East Side Kids film, would resurface in the 1950’s as Duke, the leader of The Bowery Boys after Leo Gorcey’s retirement.  Plus, make sure to listen for (and watch) Bill Bates as Sleepy who actually plays the organ in his only East Side Kids appearance in this week’s feature Ghosts On The Loose.

UNCLE PETE, OXNARD, Max and Stone Dog are at LAKE DARK VAULT and getting crafty, whittling with UNCLE PETE’s 47 blade pocket knife – including the Sterling Steel dinner service.  UNCLE PETE also finds time to bring you a short from our favorite trio – The Three Stooges. From 1936, it’s Disorder In The Court. Who Dat Say Who Dat When I Say Who Dat? It could be Scruno, it could be Bela Lugosi, it might just be UNCLE PETE!  It’s whittlin, hound dogs, ghosts and a few eye pokes this Saturday, March 10, 2018 from 10PM to midnight on channel 1301 in Binghamton), Montrose/Sayre, and Elmira/Corning/Hornell, channel 2 around Saranac and Tupper Lakes and Plattsburgh, and channel 30 all around the North Country (Watertown, Massena, Malone, Ogdensburg, and  Champlain with replays at midnight and 2AM.  And in Ithaca, NY, tune to channel 13 from 9PM to 11PM with a replay from midnight – 2AM  Head to the lake with UNCLE PETE and OXNARD for Ghosts On The Loose.  It may be winter but the weather’s beautiful at LAKE DARK VAULT  for the next episode of THE DARK VAULT OF PUBLIC DOMAIN!

And in case you hadn’t heard, UNCLE PETE is the new owner/operator of BETA MAX TV on the ROKU streaming device for your TV.  This week you can watch Hercules and The Princess Of Troy and 1984 – a double feature on THE DARK VAULT OF PUBLIC DOMAIN!!!  Check out BetaMaxTV on Facebook and Betamaxtv (dot) com for more details!

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~ by UNCLE PETE on March 9, 2018.

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