3 edition of Fountain of Weird (Eerie, Indiana) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Avon Books (Mm)|
|Publishers||Avon Books (Mm)|
|LC Classifications||January 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 89 p. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
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The episode aired for the first time on television when the series was syndicated on in 1993. Who needs a story when you have some borderline clever name-dropping, and surfing in a swimming pool during Indiana's? Since Dash has no home, he is forced to live on the streets and. In the episode "America's Scariest Home Video", it is revealed that Simon has a younger brother, Harley Schwarzenegger Fountain of Weird (Eerie, who only appeared in that episode. Fountain of Weird (Eerie Ford March 1998 : A mysterious painting leads Marshall and Simon on the trail of an artist who makes her paintings too real.
Eerie, Indiana seems so squeaky clean that it appears to be the American dream come true. As Edgar is a scientist, many fans believe that his name was a subtle nod towardsan American nuclear physicist who helped develop the. "The Loyal Order of Corn" is the only episode where Syndi does not appear. Elvis Presley — Steven Peri• Syndi Marie Priscilla Teller, played by Julie Condra, is Marshall's older sister.
Right at the end of the episode, the Grim Reaper is seen in the background. But when Syndi puts the doll into the house, weirdness ensues.
Indiana) In his review forDavid Klinghoffer wrote "Everything about the pilot exceeds the normal minimal expectations of TV. Chaney", a nod to who played the title role in the 1941 version of.
Plot [ ] The series revolves around Marshall Teller, a teenager whose family moves to the desolate town of Eerie,population of 16,661. Although the show was host to a plethora of jokes, it also featured a serious tone. What's the connection between all this and the peculiar new girl in school who looks just like Syndi's doll?
May be very minimal identifying marks on the inside cover. Lodgepoole — Production [ ] Writing [ ] Each episode was strewn with in-jokes and references to old films, particularly horror films:• Syndi aims to be a reporter and spends time with the Eerie police and fire department to gain experience. In 1997, the show generated a new fan base, when the aired the series on Saturday mornings from January to September, gaining something of a cult following despite its short run.
During the course of the series, it is revealed that Edgar interned at the before entering the to do his work in. There is also a Indiana) of David Lynch's TV show with Marshall exclaiming at one point 'It's you! But, beneath the surface, all sorts of weird and wacky things are lurking. Some identifying marks on the inside cover, but this is minimal.
It lures Simon and Marshall to the Old Fogey Farm, where they are captured by the nasty Dr Beezlebug.
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I hope this isn't a franchise killer for the Eerie Indiana series, but it wouldn't surprise me.