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Happy Dr. Paul Bearer day – Creature Feature @CW44_TampaBay

October 30th, 1993 was Dr. Paul Bearer day – I ran out of time yesterday to post this, but it’s here now.

Dr. Paul Bearer (Dick Bennick) was the host of “Creature Feature”, one of the longest running horror movie hosts on television, from 1973 to 1995, on WTOG 44, St. Petersburg, now the CW44. Sadly, Mr. Dick Bennick died on February 18th, 1995, but his memory will live on through this tribute video produced shortly after his death and other fans out there!

Dr. Paul Bearer – Facebook.
WTOG (Channel 44) page, archive.
Creature Feature (WTOG) – Wikipedia.
Dr. Paul Bearer Monster memoir by Ed Tucker.
Web – drpaulbearer.com


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