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Monster Movie Matinee topic of new documentary
   A Central New York news photographer has released a documentary on DVD chronicling one of the areas favorite local programs from the Golden Age of Television.

Monster Mansion Memories tells the story of the program Monster Movie Matinee which aired on channel 3 in Syracuse for 16 years.  The program featured TV 3 personalities Alan Milair as Dr.  E. Nick Witty and Bill Everette as Epal hosting horror movies on Saturday afternoons.

The documentary is the brainchild of channel 3 news photographer Andy Wolf.  Wolf  grew up in Central New York and as a kid was a big fan of the show and credits the program with getting him hooked on he horror genre.

Wolf worked on the project with his son Cody, channel 3 multimedia journalist Alex Dunbar, and Milair’s daughter, Shawn Wayson.  Music for the DVD was scored by local musicians Brandi Kotlarz, Steve Case and Cody Wolf. 

Wolf, his son Cody and co-worker Dunbar have collaborated on a few other documentaries. The Old Quarry and Other Ghost Stories of CNY Blanchard Road, which is the story of Roy Brown—a Cayuga Co. man wrongly convicted of murder, and the upcoming Game On, about the world board game championships held Lansing, PA. 

Monster Mansion Memories can be purchased via Facebook by following this link.

 

 

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