Welcome to The Channel Zero Hour With J. C. Kaelin Website! The Channel Ø Hour With J. C. Kaelin is J. C.'s weekly 2 Hour 11 PM-1 AM late night Saturday cable TV show broadcast on the Suburban Cablevision network and 24/7 online, where you can see and hear some of the great audio and video treasures in the multimedia archives of MediaOutlet.com! Since its premiere in March of 2008, each month a new episode airs for 4 Saturday nights in a row on Hudson County New Jersey's Bayonne Cablevision Channel 19 and its fellow New Jersey cable carriers, and it's sneak previewed a few days earlier than its first cable airing for the whole world to see at ChannelZeroNYC.com! We look forward to your joining J. C. each and every Saturday night at 11 PM on Bayonne Cablevision Channel 19 and its fellow New Jersey cable carriers, as well as at our website for streaming video broadcasts 24/7 at ChannelZeroNYC.com!
The Channel Zero Hour Epi. 44: Movie Serials Season 2 Vol. 5 + A Fred Allen With "Allen's Alley" Broadcast
The 5th chapters of our current cycle of Classic Movie Serials + A Fred Allen With "Allen's Alley" Radio Broadcast! This cycle includes The Dead End Kids in "Sea Raiders", the very first of the "Flash Gordon" serials (1936), and "The Green Hornet", plus in this episode a complete Fred Allen Show with aired January 20th, 1946, complete with "Allen's Alley" alumni Senator Claghorn (the inspiration for the Warner Brothers cartoon character "Foghorn Leghorn"), Titus Moody, Mrs. Nussbaum and more -- plus for the first time, in addition to our regular wacky old time television commercials, we're introducing classic movie trailers and radio commercials! Hear trailers for "The Teenage Psycho Meets Bloody Mary", "TNT Jackson" and more, with radio ads for "The Ginsberger" competing with "Whoopee Whoopee Burgers" AND a classic pirate radio commercial for "DOCTOR WHO AND THE DALEKS" from 1966! Plus film shorts on the TV & movie industry way back when and lots more funny & funky stuff!
*Archived July 26, 2014
NOTE: Show starts shortly after the 30 second tone and bars mark used by the cable company to queue up the show for broadcast.