Ghoulardi Inside Cleveland TV s Wildest Ride Ohio This is the definitive fan s guide to the outrageous and bizarre Ghoulardi TV show Who was Ghoulardi If you grew up watching TV in Cleveland in the s you definitely remember If you live in Clevel

  • Title: Ghoulardi: Inside Cleveland TV's Wildest Ride (Ohio)
  • Author: Tom Feran
  • ISBN: 9781886228184
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is the definitive fan s guide to the outrageous and bizarre Ghoulardi TV show Who was Ghoulardi If you grew up watching TV in Cleveland in the 1960s, you definitely remember If you live in Cleveland today, you hear about him still In early 1963, months before the Beatles arrived in America and years before Howard Stern hit the radio airwaves, Cleveland TV actor ErThis is the definitive fan s guide to the outrageous and bizarre Ghoulardi TV show Who was Ghoulardi If you grew up watching TV in Cleveland in the 1960s, you definitely remember If you live in Cleveland today, you hear about him still In early 1963, months before the Beatles arrived in America and years before Howard Stern hit the radio airwaves, Cleveland TV actor Ernie Anderson pioneered the modern counter culture media celebrity Ghoulardi His offbeat late night movie show was so popular locally that it got ratings higher than the Tonight Show, and the Cleveland police department reported a significant decrease in crime during its broadcast Ghoulardi continues to capture the hearts and minds of Cleveland s first TV generation and is riding a wave of nostalgia Ghoulardi creator Ernie Anderson s recent obituary was the page one feature in both of northeast Ohio s major dailies and the lead item on all local TV news shows Ghoulardi memorabilia are regular set props on the popular TV sitcom The Drew Carey Show Ghoulardi tee shirts still sell even though the show has been off the air for than 30 years This book tells the on screen and behind the scenes story of the Ghoulardi show and its unusual creator with biographical sketches, trivia, photos, original scripts, and other memorabilia A national Ghoulardi convention is planned for October 1997 in Cleveland.

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    1. Another great entry in Cleveland/media history. Ernie Anderson had a huge impact on my life. I saw the debut of Ghoulardi and have remained a huge fan since. When I was a senior in high school many of us left the prom early to go home and watch the show. I'm serious. Ghoulardi owned Cleveland and environs. I was in the environs.Besides a lively and well-written account of Ghoulardi and Ernie beyond, authors Tim Feran and RD Heldenfels place Ghoulardi in the context of the early 1960s and ethnic [...]

    2. Hey groups! Stay sick and turn blue! Don't be a purple knif, read this book! If you grew up with Ghoulardi or like me, grew up hearing about him and seeing the insanity continue with Big Chuck and Lil'John, then this book is for you. If you have read Big Chucks book, this is an excellent companion to explain the insanity that went on in early television in Cleveland in the 1960's. I am sorry I missed it.

    3. Funny, you grow up in NE Ohio you think you know all about Ghoulardi, but ya dont. A quick fun read about a moment in NE Ohio culture.

    4. Growing up in Akron (part of the Clevelnad TV market) with Houlihan and Big Chuck, Ghoulardi's descendants, it's great to see how it all started and the fuss it all kicked up. Long Live Ghoulardi!

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