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Appearing in "The Day of the Vampire!"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Day of the Vampire!"Edit

A vampire is terrorizing a village so the people flee to Budapest but a man whose wife has recently had a stroke cannot be moved so he must choose to stay with a woman who may die soon anyway and possibly become a victim of the vampire, or flee with the rest of the villagers to Budapest. At first he tells her and his neighbors that he will remain with her, but his resolve weakens and he decides to join the villagers. Unfortunately for him, the villagers who have been impressed by his bravery, have strung a tripwire outside his door to fling sharpened stakes into the vampire should he try to invade the house.

Appearing in "The Idiot Walks!"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Idiot Walks!"Edit

Townspeople treat a man who appears severely retarded badly so he retreats to the sea where he came from. It turns out he was an envoy from an undersea race planning to destroy surface life and he was to scout any form of life deserving to be spared. He recommends to his superiors to spare only dogs, as only a stray had befriended him upon the surface.

Appearing in "Shweck's Bad Boy!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Shweck's Bad Boy!"Edit

A son murders his father after he learns he has inherited a Baron's estate, but when the son succeeds to the estate, he comes to regret it as it is occupied by a couple of vampires who drain his blood.

Appearing in "First Prize!"Edit

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The ghost of a man cheated out of his lottery winnings and then murdered by the country's dictator blows the man up with a cache of TNT.

Appearing in "The Ape Man"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Ape Man"Edit

A man interrupts a conference of scientists to inform them that the theory of evolution is incorrect in claiming men descended from apes and apes in fact descended a man who was cursed by Satan for slaying a witch. The scientists derisively hoot him from the hall after which he discards his clothes and mask and swings off into the trees.

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