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These are some of the Audio Only interviews I did back in the very first years of Creature Feature the Weekly Web Program!
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Sèphera Girón is a multitalented artist with a background in stage, film, music and writing. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Fine Arts Studies, a minor in Psychology and is the author of many books and short stories. She's a professional tarot card reader and holds Certificates in Reiki and Touch for Health. This interview is from 1999.
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Ted A. Bohus is a film director, producer, actor and writer. He is best known for his work in low-budget independent films, including Fiend, Nightbeast and Return of the Aliens: The Deadly Spawn. He's is also the editor and publisher of SPFX Magazine.
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I've known Ed Douglas and Gavin Goszka since 1999 when they released their first album "Born of the Night" as Midnight Syndicate. They created the genre of horror and Halloween theme CDs and perform live stage shows Ed has also made the film, "The Dead Matter." This is from 1999.
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Gerard Houarner is an American writer of horror, dark fantasy and science fiction short stories and novels. He has had over 280 stories published since 1973. He has been Fiction Editor for Space and Time since 1998. This interview was done my The TombKeeper in 1999

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Veronica Carlson is an English actress who is best known as the female lead in late 60's Hammer films. They include the hapless Maria, terrorized by Christopher Lee in Dracula Has Risen from the Grave, brutalized by the evil Peter Cushing in Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed and chased by monster David Prowse in The Horror of Frankenstein. This Interview is from 1999.
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I met Laslo (Rick Thomas) when I was invited to appear on his "Graveyard Theater" hosted horror show airing on channel 56 in Gary Indiana! His co-hosts were Demonica (Rachel Foley) and Rinfield (Ron Hemphill), the Wacky Neighbor.  This is from 1999.
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Octavia Estelle Butler was a beloved American science fiction author. A multiple recipient of both the Hugo and Nebula awards, she became in 1995 the first science-fiction writer to receive a MacArthur Fellowship. She left us in 2006. This interview is from 1999.

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Musician, Actor, Producer, Screenwriter, Activist - Referred to as "The Hardest Working Man in Horror," Reggie Bannister is known world wide for his starring role as the intrepid ice cream vendor-turned hero in the action-horror series, Phantasm. He's also a personal friend, this is from 1999.
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I met Glori-Anne in 1999 and found her fascinating. She is the star of many B horror films as well as adult film offerings. We appeared together in "Countess Dracula's Orgy Of Blood" but never really worked together. She also appears in a photo with me in the book "Bizarre Maryland!"
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Mala Powers became famous with her second film, " Cyrano de Bergerac." After surviving an almost fatal disease she returned to the screen in  "The Unknown Terror" and "Doomsday Machine." She also had hundred of TV appearances. She left us in 2007 and age 76. This interview is from 1999.  Read her Biography:
Kevin McCarthy appeared in nearly 100 movies in a career that spanned seven decades. but may be best remember for his role in the original Invasion of the Body Snatchers! He also played the lead in one of my favorite Twilight Zone episodes, Long Live Walter Jameson. He left on in 2010 at age 96. This interview is from 1999.

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Yvette Vickers is the curvaceous blond we all remember from Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (although she was only 5"3" tall) and Attack of the Giant Leeches! She was also a model and jazz singer. This interview was done in 1999. She died in 2010 at the age of 82.

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Feo Amante is the worldly persona of writer, actor and entrepreneur, E.C. McMullen Jr.. I met him at a convention in 1999 and found him to be a fascinating person.

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I always looked forward to seeing Conrad Brooks at conventions He was such a wonderful character. He's also known for playing police officer Jamie in Ed Wood's Plan 9 From Outer Space as well as dozens of low budget horror films! He died in 2017 at age 86.

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Karolyn Grimes he is best known for her role as Zuzu Bailey in the classic 1946 Frank Capra film It's a Wonderful Life. She also played Debbie in the 1947 film The Bishop's Wife. I had the opportunity to interview her in 2000. She is returning to acting in the upcoming TV series Cassandra's Castle, playing the role of Sister Bernadice

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Deborah Dutch Deborah Dutch began her career on Broadway, soon after going to Hollywood, this actress and spitfire transmogrified into a B-movie aristocrat. I was thrilled to have the opportunity to meet her in1999.

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Dr. Gangrene is an award-winning TV horror host based in the Nashville area, played by actor/writer/producer Larry Underwood. I was able to meet my fellow horror host in 1999 right after his show went live.

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Author David Webber is a prolific writer of military, mostly naval, themes that fit into the military science fiction genre. He is best known for this series of stories about the Sci-fi heroine Honor Harrington. This is from 1999.

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This is an interview with actress Betsy Jones Moreland I did in 1999. She may be best remembered from her roles in Roger Corman's "The Last Woman on Earth" and "Creature From The Haunted Sea!" She also did a lot of TV work in the 1960's including "Bonanza," Dr. Kildare," "Route 66" and "Have Gun Will Travel." She died in 2006.

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Fred was and still is one of the busiest producers of low budget film in Hollywood. While not limiting himself to the horror genre, he has brought us such classics as "Attack of the 60 Foot Centerfold. This was from 1999.

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This is a wonderful interview I did with Dee Wallace in 1999. Of course we all remember her from "E.T" and "Cujo." She's also done a ton of TV, Including "Grimm," "Warehouse 13," and "The Office."

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Author Patrick Thomas and I had a chance to talk in 1999. He writes the beloved fantasy humor series Murphy's Lore, which includes Tales From Bulfinche's Pub. He also writes the humorous advice column Dear Cthulhu which includes the collections Have A Dark Day & What Would Cthulhu Do?

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This is an interview with actress Claudia Christian, who I met at Exoticon, in New Orleans in 1999. She is best known for her role as Commander Susan Ivanova on the Babylon 5. She has also voiced several characters for the video games Skyrim & Fallout 4. She's also a singer with a solo album, Once Upon a Time and a single, "Taboo".

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This is an interview I did with Bill Blair an actor who played various background aliens on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise. He appeared as several "Westmore aliens" on the last five seasons of Deep Space Nine and the last two seasons of Voyager, portraying Cardassians, Jem'Hadar, and Klingons, beside playing at least three different Vulcans on Enterprise. This was done in 1999.

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This is a wonderful interview I did with Victoria Price, daughter of Vincent Price. She is a public speaker and the author of the inspirational memoir, The Way of Being Lost: A Road Trip to My Truest Self and Vincent Price: A Daughter's Biography. In this interview you'll learn some almost shocking things about her father...around the house. It's from 1999.

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Science Fiction author James P. Hogan and I had a chance to talk at a convention in 1999. He writes in the grand tradition, combining informed and accurate speculation from the cutting edge of science and technology with suspenseful story-telling and living, breathing characters. He died in 2010.

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