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Follow this American folk art form from its glamorous beginnings, through repeated waves of popularity, to its scrappy resurgence and survival in the age of cable access and the Internet. Everywhere we go, the people we meet remember their local hosts fondly: Along with the unleashed horrors came their hosts.
But a full four years before the explosion, shock waves were coming from the studios of KABC in Los Angeles, CA, where the impossibly waspwaisted Vampira greeted her weekly audience with a bloodcurdling shriek.
Maila Nurmi brewed up Vampira out of elements of Charles Addams, screen glamour queens and bondage magazines. Adding to the startling visual a sophisticated graveyard humor, the effect was immediate. Within weeks, Vampira was gaining national attention in the pages of Life and Newsweek magazines.
Her fame burned bright, but briefly. Her show was on the air for little more than a year. And though her life has more in common with Kerouac than Karloff, the role solidified her association with 50s horror.
She unsuccessfully sued Elvira for stealing her act. It was originally titled Grave Robbers from Outer Space, but it was renamed because that title was considered to be "sacrilegious" by its religious funders.
It is widely regarded as one of the worst movies ever made.
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In publisher James Warren launched a new comic book which was unlike any other at that time. They were popular but widely controversial due to their graphic depictions of gore. Rising pressure forced conservative leaders to take notice of what their innocent children were reading. The resulting movement drove these horror comics out of business.
A few years passed. Usually featured on matinee bills, many shows were hosted by frightful characters modeled after vampires, ghouls and mad scientists, much as EC and Suspense Radio had done. They gained new and widespread popularity. In England, Hammer Films followed this success with its own new series of horror films.
Even two of the big three American television networks got in on the act, giving viewers The Addams Family and The Munsters. It was conceived as a one-shot publication with no discernible future, but the first issue was so successful that it required a second printing to fulfill public demand and its established future as part of American culture were immediately obvious to both men.
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