History Trivia / TalesFromTheCrypt

1st Apr '17 11:45:22 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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** [[Creator/JoePantoliano Joey Pants]] appeared in both "Dig That Cat, He's Real Gone" and "Split Personality."

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** [[Creator/JoePantoliano Joey Pants]] Pants appeared in both "Dig That Cat, He's Real Gone" and "Split Personality."
1st Apr '17 11:45:04 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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** The dryly unflappable Creator/BenStein plays a short-tempered and verbally abusive mortuary owner in "Doctor of Horror".

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** The dryly unflappable Creator/BenStein Ben Stein plays a short-tempered and verbally abusive mortuary owner in "Doctor of Horror".



** Joey Pants appeared in both "Dig That Cat, He's Real Gone" and "Split Personality."

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** [[Creator/JoePantoliano Joey Pants Pants]] appeared in both "Dig That Cat, He's Real Gone" and "Split Personality."
1st Apr '17 11:44:22 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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** The dryly unflappable Ben Stein plays a short-tempered and verbally abusive mortuary owner in "Doctor of Horror".

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** The dryly unflappable Ben Stein Creator/BenStein plays a short-tempered and verbally abusive mortuary owner in "Doctor of Horror".
26th Feb '17 12:50:08 PM Nicolletta
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* DawsonCasting: Brad Dourif played the younger brother of Bill Paxton in the episode "People Who Live in Brass Hearses". Dourif is actually five years older than Paxton.

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* DawsonCasting: Brad Dourif played the younger brother of Bill Paxton in the episode "People Who Live in Brass Hearses". Dourif is actually five years older than Paxton.
26th Feb '17 12:48:35 PM Nicolletta
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* DawsonCasting: Brad Dourif played the younger brother of Bill Paxton in the episode "People Who Live in Brass Hearses". Dourif is actually five years older than Paxton.
26th Feb '17 12:43:44 PM Nicolletta
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** Real life father and son Kirk Douglas and Eric Douglas played father and son in "Yellow".



** Lance Henricksen appeared in both "Cutting Cards" and "Yellow."

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** Lance Henricksen Henriksen appeared in both "Cutting Cards" and "Yellow."
9th Nov '16 2:07:29 PM Sakubara
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* MarketBasedTitle: Known as "Hollywood Nightmare" in Japan most likely due to how obscure the American comics are overseas.
4th Sep '16 9:01:42 PM Tre
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* EditedForSyndication: You better believe it. FOX used to run repeats in their prime-time line-up during the mid-1990s (mostly on Saturday nights after the local news), and the series later turned up on basic cable channels, like the [[Creator/Syfy Sci-Fi Channel]] and Creator/{{AMC}}. The show on all three networks was edited for gore, sexual content, nudity, violence, explicit language, and, of course, making room for commercial breaks.

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* EditedForSyndication: You better believe it. FOX used to run repeats in their prime-time line-up during the mid-1990s (mostly on Saturday nights after the local news), and the series later turned up on basic cable channels, like the [[Creator/Syfy [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]] and Creator/{{AMC}}. The show on all three networks was edited for gore, sexual content, nudity, violence, explicit language, and, of course, making room for commercial breaks.
4th Sep '16 9:01:30 PM Tre
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* EditedForSyndication: You better believe it. FOX used to run repeats in their prime-time line-up during the mid-1990s (mostly on Saturday nights after the local news), and the series later turned up on basic cable channels, like the Creator/SciFiChannel and Creator/{{AMC}}. The show on all three networks was edited for gore, sexual content, nudity, violence, explicit language, and, of course, making room for commercial breaks.

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* EditedForSyndication: You better believe it. FOX used to run repeats in their prime-time line-up during the mid-1990s (mostly on Saturday nights after the local news), and the series later turned up on basic cable channels, like the Creator/SciFiChannel [[Creator/Syfy Sci-Fi Channel]] and Creator/{{AMC}}. The show on all three networks was edited for gore, sexual content, nudity, violence, explicit language, and, of course, making room for commercial breaks.
18th Apr '16 11:35:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* ActorAllusion: John Kassir pulls a meta example in the episode "Oil's Well That Ends Well", wherein he plays a con man who at one point chuckles like the Crypt Keeper. [[LampshadeHanging The Crypt Keeper himself then remarks on how familiar his voice sounds.]]

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John Kassir pulls a meta example in the episode "Oil's Well That Ends Well", wherein he plays a con man who at one point chuckles like the Crypt Keeper. [[LampshadeHanging The Crypt Keeper himself then remarks on how familiar his voice sounds.]]



* PlayingAgainstType: Larry Drake built a career on playing creepy, dangerous villains (and indeed, played ''the'' [[BadSanta most creepy and dangerous villain]] in season 1's "...And All Through the House"), but in season 2's "The Secret" he plays the slightly creepy but very kindhearted butler who befriends the young main character and ultimately [[HeroicSacrifice dies trying to protect him]].

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* PlayingAgainstType: PlayingAgainstType:
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Larry Drake built a career on playing creepy, dangerous villains (and indeed, played ''the'' [[BadSanta most creepy and dangerous villain]] in season 1's "...And All Through the House"), but in season 2's "The Secret" he plays the slightly creepy but very kindhearted butler who befriends the young main character and ultimately [[HeroicSacrifice dies trying to protect him]].



* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Besides ''Film/DemonKnight'', there were plans for two more movies. ''Dead Easy'' (a New Orleans zombie romp) which would possibly have opened the following Halloween that year, and ''Body Count'' (about a documentarian who discovers his uncle's dark secret).

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Besides ''Film/DemonKnight'', there were plans for two more movies. ''Dead Easy'' (a New Orleans zombie romp) which would possibly have opened the following Halloween that year, and ''Body Count'' (about a documentarian who discovers his uncle's dark secret).



* YouLookFamiliar: William Sadler plays Talbot in "The Man Who Was Death", [[Film/BillAndTedsExcellentAdventure The Grim Reaper]] in "The Assassin", Brayker in ''Film/DemonKnight'' and a mummy in ''Film/BordelloOfBlood''.

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William Sadler plays Talbot in "The Man Who Was Death", [[Film/BillAndTedsExcellentAdventure The Grim Reaper]] in "The Assassin", Brayker in ''Film/DemonKnight'' and a mummy in ''Film/BordelloOfBlood''.
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