gmol - 2009-08-09 I can't remember what this show was about, all I seem to recall is that it was somewhere in between Polka Dot Door, Dr. Snuggles and Today's Special.
zatojones - 2009-08-09 the 70s were a supremely creepy time in America. apparently it was even worse in Canada
zatojones - 2009-08-09 also is there a name for the weird and abstract style of illustration that was popular back then? I'd like to know so that if an exhibition of it ever comes to my town and I'm asked to go I can quickly say HELL NO
Stupid Lisa Garbage Face - 2009-08-09 I was scared that I was able to sing along with that despite not having seen it or even remembered it existed in over 20 years.
Baby Finster - 2009-08-09 Yikes me too. I had forgotten I'd even forgotten this.
I remember this coming on right after Doctor Who (the Tom Baker ones).
SharoKham - 2009-08-10 I've said it once and I'll say it again: Canada has the most disturbing and egregiously psychedelic animation industry in the world. They make Japan and the Eastern Bloc look like pansies for sheer trippiness.
Also, the station ID says this was from Sudbury. This was recorded on a machine located in the middle of REAL LIFE MORDOR.
SharoKham - 2009-08-10 Wait a minute, this fucking show showed movies? That's it?! This wasn't the beginning to a 45 odyssey into mind-crushing Canadian gnostic mysteries? This was just how Goddamned Canadians get excited about moving pictures?! I haven't been this disillusioned with Canada since...since...Well, ever.