Lights Out, Volume 8
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Just What Happened: An innocent man is accused of throwing a musician from a skyscraper window.
The Angry Birds: A bored young wife heartlessly kills her husband's beloved pet canary, bringing a terrible fate upon herself.
The Last Will of Dr. Rant: A hideous apparition prevents a scholar from examining a rare manuscript.
The Martian Eyes: A man finds himself drawn in by a drunk's vivid warnings of ongoing Martian infiltration, that will lead to the invasion of the earth and the subjugation of mankind.
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Four tales on this one and all are good ones.Just What Happened? and The Lost Will of Doctor Rant are both good and weird
and The Angry Birds is also a strange one though a little familiar.Watch for a young Leslie Neilsen and John Forsythe.
This volume also contains the one episode that remains my all time favorite and there are so many to pick from.
The Martian Eyes with Burgess Meredith and some other familiar faces as well.This one is especially weird and gritty
in an early TV sort of way.A lot of these episodes have that charm already but this one in particular is a must!
If you have never seen any of these or want to catch up on some you missed,start with this collection.I don't want to
reveal too much and spoil it but get this volume first if you dare!
I bought several Alpha discs lately (Harlem features and Lights Out episodes), and about half of them were actually DVD-R's. This title is one of them. Unfortunately, it was not listed on Amazon this way.
I assume that Alpha is now "duplicating" some of their past titles rather than going through the cost of "replication." Yet sadly, even some of their packages that contain DVD-R's show the traditional DVD logo.
As for the material itself, it is what you would expect from Alpha (and even has their watermark during beginning and end credits), but I love these offerings from bygone days so much, I chose to acquire this vintage item. The disc plays okay, but of course, as a DVD-R, it won't play in some machines.
(By the way, note for the record that the following Alpha titles I purchased were actual pressed, replicated DVD's: Lights Out, Vol. 6; The Girl from Chicago; Spirit of Youth/Lucky Ghost; Where's My Man To-Nite?/Mystery in Swing; Miracle in Harlem/Ten Minutes to Live; The Bronze Buckaroo/Midnight Shadow.)
Just thought you should be fully informed…