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A hosted horror movie show with Ken Bramming as Dr. Lucifur presenting horror movies for WSIX-TV, Channel 8, Nashville, Tennessee, USA; on Fridays at 10:15 pm; and later moving to Saturdays at 10:30 pm; from November 1958 to April 1967. Other characters included Granny Gruesome, Frantic Freddy the Hipster, poet Cyril Songbird, Baron Von Sloucho, Mrs. Moshe Gumora, the Poor Slob, were played by other cast members including Corky Savely, Herschell Martin, Richard Dixon, and Norm Fraser.
| Ken Bramming || - || Dr. Lucifur (1958-1967) |
|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
| Richard Dixon || - || Various Characters (1958-1967) |
| Norm Fraser || - || Various Characters (1958-1967) |
| Herschell Martin || - || Various Characters (1958-1967) |
| Corky Savely || - || Various Characters (1958-1967) |
The show originally opened with the classic "Night on Bald Mountain", but later was replaced with the original composition "Blues for Lucifer", performed by local musician Norman Cole.