What did Ghoulardi always say?

What did Ghoulardi always say?

During breaks in the movies, Ghoulardi addressed the TV-8 camera in a part-Beat, part-ethnic accented commentary, peppered with catchphrases: “Hey, group!”, “Stay sick, knif” (“fink” backwards), “Cool it”, “Turn blue”, “Would you believe…?” and “ova-dey” (a regional pronunciation of “over there”).

Who was the original Ghoulardi?

Ernie Anderson

Ernie Anderson
Resting place Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Occupation Actor, television personality, announcer, horror host, DJ
Years active 1946–1997
Known for Ghoulardi The voice of the American Broadcasting Company

What night was Ghoulardi on?

Anderson tried to stick to the script when Ghoulardi’s “Shock Theater” hit the airwaves on a cold Friday night — 11:20 p.m. Jan. 11, 1963. That lasted about two weeks, until Ghoulardi blew up the script and a lot of other junk on the show.

What was Ghoulardi name?

“People might identify his humor or irreverence with Ghoulardi, but that was my dad — whether he was putting himself in the old movies he showed or just at home with his irreverent sense of humor,” Anderson says. “He was always Ernie Anderson.”

How long was ghoulardi televised?

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Decades after his short but legendary run, Ghoulardi continues to cast a long shadow over Cleveland. The late-night movie host stalked the airwaves of WJW Channel 8 from 1963 to 1966 — a run that has inspired generations of bands, movie hosts and fans of cult cinema and trash culture.

What was the ghouls real name?

Ronald Sweed
Ronald Sweed (The Ghoul) grew up in Cleveland, and would use his admiration for Ghoulardi (Ernie Anderson), a popular Cleveland television personality, into a career.

Is Ernie Anderson still alive?

Deceased (1923–1997)
Ernie Anderson/Living or Deceased

What happened to the ghoul?

Ron Sweed, the horror host who became a hit on early 1970s Detroit TV in a haze of firecrackers, absurdist humor and the never-ending torture of his sidekick Froggy, has died in Cleveland at the age of 70.

How old is Sadowski?

87 years (June 28, 1934)
Chuck Schodowski/Age

What happened to Big Chuck and Little John Show?

In 2015, the show was moved to Sunday nights at 11:30 p.m. The show moved to Monday mornings at 12:30 a.m. in 2021, and as of July 2021 the show has been retitled The Best of Big Chuck and Lil’ John and introductions to the skits have been dropped.

When did the Ghoul died?

Ron Sweed
Died April 1, 2019 (aged 70) Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.
Alma mater Bowling Green State University
Occupation Horror host disc jockey producer comedian author
Years active 1963–2019