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ART FEIN INTRODUCES HIS GUESTS SID GRIFFIN (THE LONG RIDERS BAND), ROBERT ENGLUND (FREDDY KRUEGER FROM "NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET" HORROR FILMS)
ART FEIN INTERVIEWS ROBERT ENGLUND "FREDDY KRUEGER" WHO TALKS ABOUT THE MAKEUP ON THE NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET HORROR FILMS
SID GRIFFIN TALKS ABOUT HIS BAND WITH ROBERT ENGLUND - THE BAND "RANK AND FILE"
ROBERT ENGLUND TALKS ABOUT SOME TEEN SHOWS HE REMEMBERS LATE 1950S - FREDDY KRUEGER
THE SADDLE SORES I LOVE YOU EVERY DAY (live)
PSYCHOBILLY, SLAP BASS
ART FEIN APPLAUDS THE BAND AND CONTINUES HIS INTERVIEW WITH SID GRIFFIN FROM THE LONG RIDERS AND "FREDDY KRUEGER " (ROBERT ENGLUND)
ROBERT ENGLUND TALKS ABOUT ACTORS HE IS WORKING WITH, SALLY FIELD (STAY HUNGRY), JEFF BRIDGES, BYRON BERLINE DID MUSIC AND ARNOLDS - TALKS ABOUT HOW THE FILM FAILED UNTIL CABLE RE-RELEASED IT - TALKS ABOUT HIS CAREER AS A HOLLYWOOD ACTOR
SID GRIFFIN TALKS ABOUT THE BAND THE BLASTERS BACKING BIG JOE TURNER
ROBERT ENGLUND (ACTOR - FREDDY KRUEGER) TALKS ABOUT A BLUES SHOW WITH MUDDY WATERS THAT HE LOVED AS A KID
THE SADDLE SORES HE DOES THE ROCK (?) (live)
SONG ABOUT FREDDY KRUEGER FROM "NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET" HORROR FILMS
ART FEIN AND GUESTS APPLAUD BAND AND - ROBERT ENGLUND TALK ABOUT 1960S LOS ANGELES CLUBS THE CHEETAH, THE SEA WITCH
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