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The "bwana" in the character Bwana Clyde Batty's name is a Swahili word meaning "sir".
Another lovely day begins with ghosts and gouls with greenish skin. So close your eyes and you will find that you've arrived in Frightenstein. Perhaps the Count will find a way to make his monster work today. For if he solves this monster mania he ...
In a cooking segment Grizelda tosses an orange into the cauldron and misses but there's still an accompanying splash sound as the orange bounces off the floor.
The animal suppliers provide "some puppies & stuff".
In the 1990s the Wolfman's voice was dubbed so he called the music "golden oldies" in order not to make the 20 year-old music segments seem dated.