A Christmas Comedy Caper of 1958
Welcome to Musical Comedy Cavalcade, starring Primo Dona, the longest running live television variety show since Milton Berle. This Christmas, Primo’s special guest is 1950’s heartthrob, Bobby Wonder. Tonight’s Christmas special will include comedy, music and…murder? Find out what happens when someone gets bumped from prime-time right before the airing of this year’s gala Christmas Spectacular.
The Maltese Penguin
Our next installment in the Nick Fearlessness saga finds our investigative reporter back in New York City. By his side as always is Millie Thursday, his faithful gal Friday. But this year he may be faced with his most puzzling case yet. For unbeknownst to our intrepid duo a reputedly magical artifact called The Maltese Penguin has gone missing. Sought after by some of the most disreputable members of high society, Nick and Millie must find the Penguin before it falls into the wrong hands! Will they crack the case? Will they save the holiday? Or will this Christmas-tery leave them out in the cold?
The Death of Dr. Frankenstein
It’s been years since the elusive Dr. Frankenstein has invited anyone to his castle in Ingolstadt, Germany. Yet this year he has something new to show the world. You are invited to attend the gathering of the century where the doctor will reveal his greatest creation yet...and quite possibly his last!
Monster Mash Murder
The event of the century is at hand as Witch Hazel turns a century older. Old friends like Frankenstein’s Monster, the Wolfman and the Boogeyman are there to throw her a surprise party. But one might just be holding a grudge and the biggest surprise tonight may be MURDER!
Murder at the Drac Shack
Good evening and welcome to Dracula’s Chalet. Aristocrat and recently retired bloodsucker, Count Dracula is your new host, owner and lounge singer. Faithful friends are there to lend a hand. Unfortunately business hasn’t exactly been booming. But when a bus breaks down near the hotel with both Van Helsing’s great grand-nephew and Muffy the Vampire Slayer onboard, it creates a situation of monstrously funny proportions. Will Dracula’s night club career die when exposed to the light of day or will he just keep on vamping.