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Carolyn Jones – Born on this Day

The beautiful Carolyn Jones was born on this day April 28, 1930. She is best known for her iconic role as Morticia Addams in the classic ‘The Addams Family’ show. She also found fans as Marsha, Queen of Diamonds on ‘Batman’ and later as Queen Hippolyta on ‘Wonder Woman.’

She also starred in 4 episodes of TV’s Dragnet including episodes “The Big Producer” and “The Big Frame” playing on WIMZTV. She has 97 IMDb acting credits.

The Big Frame
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The Big Producer
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Mr. Ed is 55 Years Old Today

55 Years ago today, january 5, 1961, Mr. Ed debuted on television. The love-able sitcom was about an architect named Wilbur Post (Alan Young) who decided to move from the city to the country. What he didn’t expect to find was a horse in the barn; a wise-talking horse that only talks to Wilbur.

Ed the Beneficiary

Ed reads in the paper about a cat who is willed a great deal of money, and Ed wants to know if he is in Wilbur’s will.

 

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Born on this Day: Boris Karloff

Born on this day, November 23, 1887, Boris Karloff is best known for his pioneering role as the monster in Frankenstein. His distinguishing voice is masterful in “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.” You can catch Karloff as a time traveling doctor in the classic ‘Tales of Tomorrow’ episode “Past Tense” here at WIMZTV.

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Born on this Day: Jackie Coogan (aka Uncle Fester)

Born on this day, October 26, 1914, Jackie Coogan is best remembered as the loveable Uncle Fester in one of classic TV’s best series, The Addams Family. When he was only 6 years old, he starred opposite Charlie Chaplin in the iconic silent film ‘The Kid.’ You can catch Coogan as a Mad Scientist in the cheesy cult film ‘Mesa of Lost Women’ here at WIMZTV.

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Added Today: Ray Harryhausen’s Little Red Riding Hood (1949)

Before Flying Saucers, Sinbad, Argonauts and Titans, stop-motion fx maestro, Ray Harryhausen produced and animated a series of stop motion animated fairy tale shorts.Today we added the first of more to come, The Story of ‘Little Red Riding Hood.’

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Added Today: Spooks Run Wild (1941) and more.

Today we added the classic East Side Kids Comedy Spooks Run Wild (1941) where the boys go to a haunted with where no other than, Bela Lugosi is there to scare them. Also added is Circus Of Fear ( 1966) starring Christopher Lee,  and Destroy All Planets (1968) with our favorite flying turtle Gamera.

We also added a couple of TV frights for the Halloween season; One Step Beyond episodes The Mask and Night of April 14th starring Patrick Macnee

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Attila Juhasz

Welcome to WIMZTV

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AttilaJuhasz2Hello, I’m Attila Juhasz, your host and creator of WIMZTV.

My love of entertainment and the Internet goes back twenty years when I built the world’s first commercial genre web site, HorrorMovies.com. In 1998 I sold it to then publicly traded Unapix Entertainment Inc where I worked for a few years. Since then I have been involved in numerous web sites, but the fun and passion was never the same as it was back in the 90s with my early creations.

The time now is right for WIMZTV. My love is entertainment. My passion is entertaining. So with WIMZTV, I have the opportunity to deliver classic Movies and TV that many have forgotten about or never even heard of. WIMZTV is all about having fun.

When you fancy fun entertaining TV,
and classic Movies,
it’s WIMZTV

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