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A performance of Robert E. Howard's poem "The Return of Sir Richard Grenville", starring Solomon Kane
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A performance of "Solomon Kane's Homecoming" by Robert E. Howard
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Prior to Bruce Willis getting his movie role in Pulp Fiction, he met with Harvey Weinstein in a hotel. Here, Demi Moore speaks about that meeting
The Adventures of Harry S. Weston:Halt! Thats Not Your Whale?
All characters and events in this show even those based on real people are entirely fictional. all character voices of real public figures are impersonated poorly.
The Adventures of Harry S. Weston: The Madman of Hillside Manor
The Adventures Of Harry S. Weston: Gold of the LEPRECHAUN
The Adventures of Harry S. Weston: To Catch A Chupacabra
The Adventures of Harry S. Weston: The Lair of the Yeti.
Uncensored Detective is an interesting look at America's postwar mindset, but is unfortunately lacking in the sleaze department. Volume 2: archive.org/details/uncensored-detective-v2-n6-1946-12
Whether you read it for the articles or for the appreciation of the female form, Whisper is a hoot.Volume 3 Issue 7: archive.org/details/whisper-magazine-v3-n7-1950-05
Front Page Detective is a great example of the human desire for lurid, prurient entertainment. Volume 14 no 12: archive.org/details/Front_Page_Detective_v14n12_1955-03.Dell
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