Salutations and welcome to the first Haunted Drive-In television program (I’ve told him a hundred times that this is a web based “TV series” – Carl), using stock film kept in the basement of the former Starlight Starbright Family Fun Drive-In, leftovers from my earlier cinematic endeavors. Heh.
Whisked away from the townsfolk’s flames and stupidity to safety by myself at no small amount of personal loss. Thanks to the projection booth collapsing during the fire, by luck or maybe it was the guiding hand of fate…most of the hundreds of films cans were protected from the worst of the heat. Allowing myself the necessary time to securely hide them (Odd that a film distributor’s warehouse in our town was broken into and hundreds of movies reported stolen at the same time! – Carl) and myself from prying eyes.
Now it is time for the Haunted Drive-In to spread her wings like the phoenix! I hope you are comfortable and have a giant bag of popcorn and some piping hot coffee in your hands as the feature is beamed across the airwaves to the television sets (Whatever. Let him have his dreams. – Carl) in your living room.
I will let Carl do what he must with his computers to make sure you are getting our signal. It is with great pride and no small amount of satisfaction that I present to you from the Haunted Drive-In, the famous RKO’s movie studio production of The Most Dangerous Game.
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