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Old 01-07-2014, 06:17 AM   #16
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Robert Stack goes back to the early 40s in Hollywood movie making. He has no aged much from the 50s to the 90s. He was plays himself in his roles so; it like Clint Eastwood or Bruce Willis acting out a character. He come arounds as a hard nose individual with a certain physical presents that you don't want to cross!
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Old 01-07-2014, 02:03 PM   #17
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I like how Stack referred to the guys who may have shot Jeremy Bright as a couple of "toughs".

I liked that one too !
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Old 01-07-2014, 04:24 PM   #18
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Kevin Ryder and Gene Baxter deny all accusations that the "Confess Your Crime" phone call on their show was a hoax.

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"Kevin Ryder and Gene Baxter were LYING!"
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Old 01-07-2014, 09:41 PM   #19
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Kevin Ryder and Gene Baxter deny all accusations that the "Confess Your Crime" phone call on their show was a hoax.

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A very pissed off-looking Robert Stack:

"Kevin Ryder and Gene Baxter were LYING!"

I liked that one too.

I also liked the part when he was introducing the Jeremy Bright segment about people not talking about the crime: They're not telling, but THEY KNOW." And at the end of the Dennis Depue story where he narrated the letter Depue wrote that said "a tooth for a tooth, an eye for an eye, a life for a life." I think that's how it went anyway.
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The first thing that popped in my head when I think of Stack quotes from the show was the beginning of the Moss Beach Ghosts segment when he said "I've been here all day and haven't seen a thing" lmao making it even funnier was that he was standing near the bar when he said it lol
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When he parodies himself in the BASEketball movie
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Old 01-08-2014, 02:53 AM   #22
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"Obviously guns just don't get up and walk off on their own."

"We scream, we jump, we laugh, and then we go home."
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One of the most hated segments, but I love all the Stack moments involved:


"A few words of warning before running off into the sunset to find love. Giving aphrodisiacs to anyone without their knowledge or consent is punishable by law. When in doubt, try a box of chocolates. Or a dozen roses." *cue big smile next to roses*

"Just one look at the succulent oysters provokes thoughts of sex."
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One that sticks out to me is the Joe Shepard segment, when the Cathy Clowers case comes up. The line was, "Not only did he know Cathy Clowers ... he knew where she was buried! He offered to take them there!" Exclamation points for emphasis only, but the way it was said implied Stack couldn't believe it himself. Not the way he usually used his voice.
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When he parodies himself in the BASEketball movie

This.

How he managed to do that scene with a straight face is impressive.
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The first thing that popped in my head when I think of Stack quotes from the show was the beginning of the Moss Beach Ghosts segment when he said "I've been here all day and haven't seen a thing" lmao making it even funnier was that he was standing near the bar when he said it lol

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The story about that ludicrous Florida ghost nonsense. After reporting that a psychic had advised the homeowners to sprinkle salt around thir house, Stack announces "many snails were sacrificed..." with a magnificent deadpan delivery.

Also, I can't be the only one to have jumped out of their seat when Stack bellows "UPDATE!" without warning!
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The story about that ludicrous Florida ghost nonsense. After reporting that a psychic had advised the homeowners to sprinkle salt around thir house, Stack announces "many snails were sacrificed..." with a magnificent deadpan delivery.

Also, I can't be the only one to have jumped out of their seat when Stack bellows "UPDATE!" without warning!
When UM was freely on YouTube, I would hook my laptop to the TV in my university apartment and doze on the couch. For one segment, the uploader had added a loud update with UM theme and Stack's voice. I nearly fell off the couch!
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