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Phosphor Dot Fossils Video Games

Phosphor Dot Fossils: Blast Off (1989)

For this Phosphor Dot Fossils video – Earl Green is taking a look at 1989’s Blast Off!

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Retro Radio Memories

Retro Radio Memories: Branded A Coward (1938)

Our marathon of the Old Time Radio Lone Ranger series continues with Branded A Coward!

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Movies

A Unique Universal Monsters Movie Suggestion!

Are you a fan of the Universal Monsters? Listen to this unique Universal Monsters movie suggestion!

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Board Games Electronic Games

Behold The Wonder Of Milton Bradley’s Omni!

Have you ever seen Milton Bradley’s Omni Entertainment System from 1980?

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Cartoons Toys

Flintstones, Meet The LEGO Flintstones!

Have you seen the LEGO Flintstones set?

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Music TV Shows

Dr. Who’s Jon Pertwee Sings Who Is The Doctor!

Have you had the pleasure of hearing Jon Pertwee sing “Who Is The Doctor”?

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Retro Radio Memories

Retro Radio Memories: Murder Of Pony Express Rider (1938)

Friends, welcome back to a new offering for Retro Radio Memories, shortly before setting up this site we had started a marathon of Old Time Radio episodes from The Lone Ranger over on the Retroist. Like many of the articles and podcasts that I was fortunate enough to start on that iconic site – I’m…

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Movies

It Chapter Two – Spoiler Free Review (2019)

The other evening thanks to the kindness of Shea – the owner and manager of the arcade I work at, to say nothing of being one of my best friends – I was able to skip out a little early from work and catch It Chapter Two. With my love of Stephen King’s novel as…

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Cartoons Toon In

Toon In: Super Mouse – He Dood It Again (1943)

Friends, if you followed the Retroist for any amount of time you might have noticed that there were some subjects I would revisit time and time again. After all you are supposed to write about what you know – so that is why I stuck to covering video games, movies, comics, and cartoons. At least…

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Phosphor Dot Fossils Video Games

Phosphor Dot Fossils: Super Mario Commodore 64 (2019)

In 1985 when Super Mario Bros. was released for the NES here in the States – it was kind of a big deal. It was certainly one of the must have games for that iconic home console and you will see that online that many – rightfully – point to it as well as the…