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Welcome all you hip ghouls to The Laughing Vixen Lounge. Crawl on in, clear the cobwebs, find a warm place to curl up and settle in for some Halloween fun. All month long we will be paying tribute to some of our favorite movies, music and TV shows of the season. The jukebox is loaded up with some spooky tunes and creepy movie themes. Plus, you'll get to see some new designs from the shop.
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Past Posts -The Big Halloween Giveaway
Top 10 Vampire Movies
The Films of Alfred Hitchcock
Classic TV Shows
Here's a loving look at the spooky good TV shows of years gone by.
Absolutely love these old shows and this is a favorite. Even though it was the 1960's Samantha was a free thinking and strong woman. Darrin may have thought he ran the show but it was always Samantha saving the day. It may get a bit silly but is always fun to watch. They even appeared on The Flintstones.
It had all the classic monsters in a friendly package. Again, we have a strong woman and husband with a few screws loose. The best part is they honestly don't see where they are any different than anyone else. Maybe those humans are a bit odd but they never treat them that way.
They also have a cat that sounds like a lion. That leads us to...
The Addams Family
The Flintstones had neighbors named The Gruesomes. Look familiar?
I Dream Of Jeannie
Jeannie was so cute in her little pink outfit. As I get older the whole "yes master, anything you say master" is a bit much. You will see some eye rolling while I watch the show. But it's just a sign of the times and does not take away from the fun of the show. Besides, a very young JR Ewing is such fun to watch.
The Twilight Zone
It doesn't get much better than this. Great stories, great actors and great entertainment. These shows only get better with time. Rod Serling was a genius and left an amazing legacy of work. There are too many classics to mention them all but a good one that comes to mind is..."I'm talky Tina and I don't like you very much". Ah! Creepy dolls.