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CEIA: ``Haunted House'' (#106)

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-- Information --

Airing Info

Production Date: [?]
Apr 91
Broadcast Date: [?]
?? ??? 91
Running Time: [?]
12:31 + 13:37 = 26:08
AKA: [?]

Episode Content

Plot Synopsis: [?]
When Janet's sister, the touchy-feely Aunt Mafalda, visits from the Great White North (Canada), Clarissa tries to figure out a way to shorten her stay.
Subplots: [?]
Clarissa, Ferguson, and Sam team up in a some supernatural hijinks.
Opening Scene: [?]
``Listen. You can't run! You can't hide! Your parents won't let you destroy it. Your only chance: Get ready for Aunt Mafalda!'' / Two kinds of monsters: cranky and truly scary.
Closing Line: [?]
``That's the one thing about horror movies I hate: there's always a sequel!'' [Then she says to the floating urn: ``Knock it off, Uncle Owen. Get an afterlife!'']
Spoofs: [?]
Other Cut-away Segments: [?]
Computer Stuff: [?]
``Nightmare on Shadow Lane'' computer simulation.
Sam's Entrances: [?]
  1. ``Sam, I wouldn't stick around if I were you.'' ``Where's all your stuff?''
  2. [Sam speaks first:] ``Psst! Hey!'' ``Oh, hang on. I'll see if it's safe.''
Names for Ferguson: [?]
Ferguson (to Marshall)
my baby brother
the devil
Marshall's Designs: [?]
Janet's Work: [?]


Writer: [?]
Tim Burns
Director: [?]
Maureen Thorp
Guest Players: [?]
Heather Mac Rae as Aunt Mafalda
Opening Credits: [?]
Closing Credits: [?]
Created By                        Mitchell Kriegman
Guest Starring As Aunt Mafalda    Heather Mac Rae
Produced By                       Mitchell Kriegman
Story Editor                      Mitchell Kriegman
Written By                        Tim Burns
Director                          Maureen Thorp
Line Producer                     Sarah Condon
Associate Producer                Chris Gifford
Theme Song Performed By           Rachel Sweet
Music Composed By                 Rachel Sweet
                                  Anthony Battaglia
                                  Willa Bassen
Production Design                 Byron Taylor
Lighting Director                 Dick Weiss
Costume Designer                  Lisa Lederer
Creative Consultant               Alexa Junge
Production Manager                Jim Moroney
Unit Manager                      Jacqueline Davies
Art Director                      David Ellis
Associate Director                Richard Steir
Casting                           Rich Ross
                                  Michael Koegal
                                  Jill Mendelson
Talent Coordinator                Todd Denkin
Stage Manager                     Hank Neimark
Post Production Supervisor        Donick Cary
Technical Director                John M. Lutz
Technical Manager                 Tim Rounds
Audio                             Mark Schultz
                                  Frank Rohrer
                                  Kris Barnes
Video                             Pete McIntyre
Cameras                           Rudy Carames
                                  Barbara Drago
                                  David Kinney
                                  Ken Kraus
Boom Operators                    Mark Deadman
                                  Bob Van Dorn
Lighting Board Operator           Sean Mallon
Video Tape                        Lonnie Blackburn
Utility                           Steve Bunnell
                                  Frank Vila
Paintbox Artist                   St. Mars
Editor                            Richard Anthony Fernandes
Offline Editor                    Keith Bozarth
Post Production Sound Mixer       Grant Maxwell
Post Production Coordinator       Cynthia Albanese
Chyron                            Francie Elikan
Electricians                      Dale Fabiani
                                  Ben Fisher
                                  Darrin Tindall
                                  David Sonnenberg
Make Up                           Liz Spang
Hair                              Tish Simpson
Wardrobe Supervisor               Jackie Lafler
Wardrobe Assistant                Megan Hart
Property Master                   Deborah Witt
Props                             Steve Clark
                                  Wayne Spoor
                                  Rich West
                                  Vickie Wilson
Stagehands                        Ed McMillan
                                  Andy Curaney
Production Coordinator            Randy Koshinskie
Continuity                        Margo Kent
Video Game Created By             Tim Burns
Additional Music By               Dan Vitco
Incidental Music                  Roma Baran
                                  Bob Kinkel
Children's Education Provided By  On Location Education
                                    Orlando, Florida
Special Thanks To                 Jen Mac Industries
                                  Herb Scannell
Supervising Producer              Bill Aiken
Executive Producers               Brown Johnson
                                  Andy Bamberger

Thunder Pictures
(C) 1991 MTV Networks

Other Info

Character Names: [?]
Aunt Mafalda, Janet's sister
Uncle Owen, deceased husband of Aunt Mafalda
Real-World References: [?]
Frankenstein, Godzilla, theory of relativity, Albert Einstein, Alien, Gorgon, ``Amazing Discoveries'' (TV infomercial), Casper, Milk of Magnesia, Judge Wapner, The People's Court, The Thing, The Amityville Horror (``the house in Amityville'' / ``Get out!''), Walt Disney, God, Shakespeare, Sadie Hawkins (Dance), Vincent Price, ``The Monster Mash''.
Quotes: [?]
Lyrics and Poetry: [?]
Sam sings a little of ``How Much Is That Doggie in the Window?'':
How much is that doggie in the window?
Arf, arf!
And the theme to Oklahoma!:
O-o-o-oklahoma, where the wind comes sweepin' down the plain
Oklahoma, and the wavin' wheat can sure...
Clothes: [?]
Food: [?]
Sour cream, tea, beer, carrot (``carrot-top''), spaghetti, ketchup, cauliflower, poultry (``poultrygeist''), peanuts, sugar (Aunt Mafalda calls Uncle Owen this), corn syrup.
Pics: [?]

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