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  • Actors=Cassandra Peterson, Phoebe Augustine
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Hilariously naughty yet The Elvira Show could not have done well in 1993. However, nowadays it seems rather tame compared to some of today's programming. The Elvira Show might have found an audience later. LF 11/04/17 41 The Elvira Show The Elvira Show. CBS filmed a pilot for the Elvira show hot off the heels of the movie "Elvira, Mistress of the Dark" though the shows plot line has nothing to do with the movie. I was lucky enough to actually be at the taping of this pilot. The show starred Cassandra Peterson as Elvira and Katherine Helmond as Aunt Minerva. The writing is witty and chocked full of innuendoes and one liners that are so bad they are great! Too bad it was never picked up. YouTube Like 41 Featured post Jason Vorhees More featured posts Jason Vorhees 1 day ago.

The Elvira Show Free stream. The Elvira Show Free streaming sur internet. This failed sitcom pilot revolves around Elvira (naturally) and her Aunt Minerva (a sadly wasted Katherine Helmond from "Soap" and "Who's the Boss? fame. In the first and only episode Elvira and Minerva are living in Kansa when they have to deal with an undercover cop who Elvira is hopelessly smitten over, as well as, Paige (Phoebe Augustine from "Twin Peaks" the niece that she never knew she had. The humor comes across as "Married with Children" in as much as the double-entendres and slight raunch meets "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch. Speaking of "Sabrina" this one has a talking cat as well and it's easily the worst part of the show. If this HAD gotten picked up, I'd have probably watched an episode or two, but it's definitely no big loss that it didn't.
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The elvira show free streaming. Elvira's Movie Macabre (or sometimes simply Movie Macabre) is an American comedy television show that airs B-grade horror movies, occasionally interrupted by comments from the hostess, Elvira (played by Cassandra Peterson). In some episodes during intermission, Elvira would get an unexpected phone call from a character called "The Breather" (played by John Paragon) who would only call and tell Elvira weird jokes. The title shown here is the title under which the film was shown on the show; many B-grade horror films were rereleased with different titles. Origins [ edit] Peterson dressed as Elvira at the 2006 San Francisco Gay Pride parade In the late spring of 1981, six years after the death of Larry Vincent (who starred as host Sinister Seymour of a local Los Angeles weekend horror show called Fright Night), show producers began the task of bringing the show back. Deciding to use a female host, producers asked 1950s horror hostess, Maila Nurmi, to revive The Vampira Show. Nurmi worked on the project for a short time, but eventually quit when the producers would not hire Lola Falana to play Vampira. The station continued with the project and sent out a casting call. Peterson auditioned against 200 other horror hostess hopefuls and won the role. Producers left it up to her to create the role's image. Her best friend, Robert Redding, and she came up with the sexy punk/vampire look after producers rejected her original idea to look like Sharon Tate in The Fearless Vampire Killers. Since they were unable to continue with the Vampira character, the character Elvira was used instead. What followed was Elvira's Movie Macabre, featuring a quick-witted Valley girl-type character named Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, with heavily applied, pancake-horror make-up and a towering black beehive wig to conceal Peterson's flame-red hair. Shortly before the first taping, producers received a cease and desist letter from Nurmi. Besides the similarities in the format and costumes, Elvira's closing line for each show, wishing her audience "Unpleasant dreams", was notably similar to Vampira's closer: "Bad dreams, darlings... " uttered as she walked off down a misty corridor. The court ruled in favor of Peterson, holding that "'likeness' means actual representation of another person's appearance, and not simply close resemblance. " Peterson claimed that Elvira was nothing like Vampira aside from the basic design of the black dress and black hair. Nurmi claimed that Vampira's image was based on Morticia Addams, a character in Charles Addams 's cartoons that appeared in The New Yorker magazine. The Elvira character rapidly gained notoriety with her tight-fitting, low-cut black gown which showed ample cleavage. The movies featured on Elvira's Movie Macabre were always B-grade ( or lower). Elvira reclined on a red Victorian couch, introducing and often interrupting the movie to lampoon the actors, the script, and the editing. Adopting the flippant tone of a California " Valley girl ", she brought a satirical, sarcastic edge to her commentary. She reveled in dropping risqué double entendres and making frequent jokes about her display of cleavage. In an AOL Entertainment News interview, Peterson said, "I figured out that Elvira is me when I was a teenager. She's a spastic girl. I just say what I feel and people seem to enjoy it. " Her campy humor, sex appeal, and good-natured self-mockery made her popular with late-night movie viewers, and her popularity soared. Elvira was a frequent guest on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and other talk shows. She also produced a long-running series of Halloween-themed television commercials for Coors Light Beer and Mug Root Beer (her trademark cleavage was concealed for the Coors campaign). She appeared in guest roles on television dramas such as CHiPs, The Fall Guy and Fantasy Island and appeared on numerous awards shows as a presenter. Although she is known primarily as Elvira, Peterson has made out-of-costume appearances as herself for television interviews and specials. In 1982, with the success of Movie Macabre, Knott's Theme Parks hired Elvira to replace Seymour as the host of its annual Halloween Haunt during October. Elvira appeared nightly at the park, live on stage with a Halloween-themed musical comedy revue similar to her Mamma's Boys act from the 1970s. The Elvira character rapidly evolved from obscure cult figure to a lucrative brand name and "Mistress of all Media", spawning many products throughout the 1980s and 1990s, including Halloween costumes, comic books, [1] [2] action figures, trading cards, pinball machines, Halloween decor, model kits, calendars, perfume and dolls. She has appeared on the cover of Femme Fatales magazine five times. Her popularity reached its zenith with the release of the feature film Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (co-written by Peterson) (1988). Episode list [ edit] Season 1 [ edit] Episode Film shown Ep # Date 01 Grave of the Vampire 1 September 26, 1981 02 Silent Night, Bloody Night 2 October 3, 1981 03 The House That Screamed 3 October 10, 1981 04 The Fall of the House of Usher 4 October 17, 1981 05 The Dunwich Horror 5 October 25, 1981 06 Blacula 6 November 1, 1981 07 The Comedy of Terrors 7 November 7, 1981 08 The Thing with Two Heads 8 November 15, 1981 09 The Werewolf of Washington 9 November 21, 1981 10 Cry of the Banshee November 29, 1981 11 Count Yorga, Vampire December 5, 1981 12 Murders in the Rue Morgue December 12, 1981 13 Baron Blood December 27, 1981 14 Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde January 3, 1982 15 The Crimson Cult January 10, 1982 16 The Murder Clinic January 16, 1982 17 Horror Express January 23, 1982 18 The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant January 30, 1982 19 Horror Hospital February 6, 1982 20 Rattlers February 13, 1982 21 Disciple of Death February 20, 1982 22 Frankenstein February 28, 1982 23 The Devil's Rain March 6, 1982 24 Psychic Killer March 13, 1982 25 Necromancy March 20, 1982 26 The Spectre of Edgar Allan Poe March 27, 1982 30 The Deathmaster April 1, 1982 27 Peeping Tom April 3, 1982 28 Legacy of Blood April 10, 1982 29 Deathdream April 18, 1982 31 Beware! The Blob May 1, 1982 32 Good Against Evil May 8, 1982 33 The Brotherhood of Satan May 15, 1982 34 The Mad Magician May 22, 1982 35 The Turn of the Screw 36 Count Dracula's Great Love May 29, 1982 37 Jennifer June 12, 1982 38 Masque of the Red Death June 19, 1982 39 The Tomb of Ligeia June 26, 1982 40 The Incredible Melting Man July 3, 1982 41 The Fearless Vampire Killers July 10, 1982 42 Terror House July 17, 1982 43 The Baby July 24, 1982 44 The House of Seven Corpses July 31, 1982 45 Psychomania August 7, 1982 46 Whoever Slew Auntie Roo? August 14, 1982 Season 2 [ edit] War-Gods of the Deep 47 September 4, 1982 The Oblong Box 48 September 11, 1982 The Raven 49 September 25, 1982 The Conqueror Worm 50 October 2, 1982 And Now the Screaming Starts! 51 October 9, 1982 Blood from the Mummy's Tomb 52 October 16, 1982 Madhouse 53 October 23, 1982 The House That Dripped Blood 54 October 30, 1982 Tales of Terror 55 The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 56 November 7, 1982 The Day It Came to Earth 57 November 13, 1982 The Blood on Satan's Claw 58 November 20, 1982 Crucible of Horror 59 November 27, 1982 Dr. Black, Mr. Hyde 60 December 4, 1982 The Devil Within Her 61 December 12, 1982 The Bat People 62 December 19, 1982 The Return of Count Yorga 63 January 1, 1983 Inn of the Frightened People 64 January 8, 1983 Craze 65 January 29, 1983 The Monster Club 66 February 6, 1983 The Creature's Revenge 67 February 12, 1983 Beast of the Dead 68 February 19, 1983 The Island of Living Horror 69 February 27, 1983 The Devil's Wedding Night 70 March 5, 1983 The Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism 71 March 12, 1983 Curse of the Vampires 72 March 20, 1983 The Vampire People 73 March 26, 1983 Scream and Scream Again 74 April 2, 1983 The Human Vapor 75 April 9, 1983 Lemora: A Child's Tale of the Supernatural 76 April 16, 1983 The Haunted Palace 77 June 18, 1983 The Doomsday Machine 78 August 27, 1983 Season 3 [ edit] They Came from Beyond Space 79 September 17, 1983 Blue Sunshine 80 October 1, 1983 Screamers 81 October 29, 1983 Willard 82 November 5, 1983 The Time Travelers 83 November 12, 1983 Maneater of Hydra 84 November 20, 1983 They Came From Within 85 December 11, 1983 Gamera: Super Monster 86 December 24, 1983 New Year's Evil 87 December 31, 1983 Homebodies 88 January 28, 1984 Dracula 89 February 4, 1984 Attack of the Killer Tomatoes 90 March 3, 1984 Dr. Heckyl and Mr. Hype 91 March 17, 1984 Alien Contamination 92 March 24, 1984 Village of the Damned 93 April 14, 1984 Monstroid 94 May 12, 1984 The Beast in the Cellar 95 May 19, 1984 The House of the Dead 96 May 26, 1984 Circus of Horrors 97 June 10, 1984 Pigs 98 June 17, 1984 Schizoid 99 June 24, 1984 The Godsend 100 June 30, 1984 Blood Bath 101 July 8, 1984 Kiss Daddy Goodbye 102 July 14, 1984 The Love War 103 July 28, 1984 The Human Duplicators 104 August 5, 1984 Mark of the Devil 105 August 11, 1984 So Sad About Gloria 106 August 19, 1984 Night of the Zombies 107 August 26, 1984 Season 4 [ edit] Inn of the Damned 108 September 1, 1984 Tombs of the Blind Dead 109 September 8, 1984 Frankenstein's Castle of Freaks 110 September 15, 1984 The Capture of Bigfoot 111 September 22, 1984 Village of the Giants 112 November 3, 1984 The Legend of Hell House 113 November 10, 1984 The Other 114 November 25, 1984 The Navy vs. the Night Monsters 115 December 1, 1984 The Last Bride of Salem 116 January 12, 1985 Yeti: The Giant of the 20th Century 117 February 9, 1985 The Revenge of Frankenstein 118 March 10, 1985 Curse of Bigfoot 119 March 24, 1985 The Great Alligator 120 May 4, 1985 Season 5 [ edit] House of Dark Shadows 121 June 22, 1986 The Horror of Death 122 June 29, 1986 Kill and Go Hide 123 July 6, 1986 The Legend of Lizzie Borden 124 July 13, 1986 The Mad Butcher 125 July 20, 1986 The Meateater 126 July 27, 1986 The Mighty Gorga 127 August 3, 1986 Scream, Baby, Scream 128 August 10, 1986 Strait-Jacket 129 August 17, 1986 They Saved Hitler's Brain 130 August 24, 1986 Tomb of the Living Dead 131 August 31, 1986 The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll 132 September 7, 1986 The Boy Who Cried Werewolf 133 September 14, 1986 Let's Scare Jessica to Death 134 September 21, 1986 Horror of the Zombies 135 September 28, 1986 House of the Long Shadows 136 October 5, 1986 Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things 137 October 12, 1986 Empire of the Ants 138 October 19, 1986 Nightwing 139 October 26, 1986 Nightmare City 140 November 2, 1986 2010-11 series [ edit] In September 2010, Elvira's Movie Macabre returned to television syndication in the United States, this time with public domain films. 26 episodes were produced; six were left unaired but found a home on both DVD and iTunes. s#e# ep Week of s1e01 Night of the Living Dead September 20, 2010 s1e02 The Terror September 27, 2010 s1e03 The Giant Gila Monster October 4, 2010 s1e04 The Brain That Wouldn't Die October 11, 2010 s1e05 The Satanic Rites of Dracula October 18, 2010 s1e06 Scared to Death October 25, 2010 s1e07 November 1, 2010 s1e08 Eegah November 8, 2010 s1e09 Teenagers from Outer Space November 15, 2010 s1e10 Santa Claus Conquers the Martians December 20, 2010 s1e11 I Eat Your Skin January 17, 2011 s1e12 Don't Look in the Basement January 24, 2011 s1e13 Untamed Women January 31, 2011 s1e14 Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter February 7, 2011 s1e15 Lady Frankenstein February 14, 2011 s1e16 The Manster February 21, 2011 s1e18 Tormented April 25, 2011 s1e19 Manos: The Hands of Fate May 2, 2011 s1e20 Hercules and the Captive Women May 9, 2011 s1e21 A Bucket of Blood May 16, 2011 2014: 13 Nights of Elvira [ edit] 13 Nights of Elvira was an all-new series produced for Hulu by Brainstorm Media. A new episode streamed each day through Halloween. [3] The series teamed with film distributor Full Moon Features; it provided the majority of the films chosen for the series. Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death October 19, 2014 Puppet Master October 20, 2014 Demonic Toys October 21, 2014 Hobgoblins October 22, 2014 The Gingerdead Man October 23, 2014 Dollman October 24, 2014 Trancers October 25, 2014 Oblivion October 26, 2014 Shrunken Heads October 27, 2014 Hideous! October 28, 2014 Evil Bong October 29, 2014 Seedpeople October 30, 2014 October 31, 2014 DVD releases [ edit] Time Life [ edit] In 2004 Time Life released a series of special Elvira DVDs titled Elvira's Horror Classics which was done in a similar fashion to Movie Macabre. Each DVD had two films and they were later released in a box set titled Elvira's Box of Horrors. The films featured were all in the public domain. They included: The Little Shop of Horrors House on Haunted Hill Carnival of Souls Dementia 13 Shout! Factory [ edit] Shout! Factory has released a small number of Movie Macabre episodes to DVD, in both single and double feature format. The DVDs allow the material to be shown complete with Elvira's interruptions or uninterrupted. Unlike the original broadcasts, the original films are complete and uncensored. [4] Single DVDs [ edit] Double Feature DVDs [ edit] Blue Sunshine and Monstroid Gamera: Super Monster and They Came from Beyond Space Maneater of Hydra and The House That Screamed Count Dracula's Great Love and Frankenstein's Castle of Freaks Legacy of Blood and The Devil's Wedding Night The Doomsday Machine and The Werewolf of Washington E1 Entertainment [ edit] Following the revival of Elvira's Movie Macabre in 2011, E1 Entertainment began releasing episodes of the new series on DVD. Unlike the Shout! Factory editions, these releases were released in their edited format as aired in syndication. Satanic Rites of Dracula Beast From Haunted Cave (previously unaired) The Wasp Woman (previously unaired) The Wild Women of Wongo (previously unaired) Night of the Living Dead and I Eat Your Skin Satanic Rites of Dracula and The Werewolf of Washington The Terror and Eegah The Brain That Wouldn't Die and The Manster Scared to Death and Tormented Lady Frankenstein and Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter Santa Claus Conquers the Martians and Beast from Haunted Cave (previously unaired) Four Feature Sets [ edit] Wild Women featuring Untamed Women, The Wild Women of Wongo (previously unaired), Hercules and the Captive Women and The Wasp Woman (previously unaired) Giant Monsters featuring The Giant Gila Monster, Attack of the Giant Leeches (previously unaired), Teenagers from Outer Space, and Monster from a Prehistoric Planet (previously unaired) Bloody Madness featuring A Bucket of Blood, The Killer Shrews (previously unaired), Manos: The Hands of Fate and Don't Look in the Basement Parodies [ edit] The Simpsons character Booberella is loosely based on Elvira. See also [ edit] List of films in the public domain in the United States List of Cinema Insomnia episodes List of Mystery Science Theater 3000 episodes References [ edit] External links [ edit] Movie Macabre on IMDb Elvira's Movie Macabre on IMDb 13 Nights of Elvira on IMDb Elvira's Movie Macabre E1 Entertainment releases via.

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Cassandra Peterson Peterson in May 2011 Born September 17, 1951 (age 68) Manhattan, Kansas, U. S. Occupation Actress Years active 1970–present Spouse(s) Mark Pierson ( m.  1981; div.  2003) Children 1 Website elvira Signature Cassandra Peterson is an American actress best known for her portrayal of the horror hostess character Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. She gained fame on Los Angeles television station KHJ-TV wearing a revealing, black, gothic, cleavage -enhancing gown as host of Elvira's Movie Macabre, a weekly horror movie presentation. Early life [ edit] When Peterson was a toddler, she was scalded by boiling water and required skin grafts over 35% of her body, and spent three months in the hospital. [1] According to a 2011 interview, Peterson states that as a child, she was more fascinated by horror-themed toys while other girls were occupied with Barbie dolls. [2] In elementary school, she watched House on Haunted Hill, which was the first horror film she ever saw. [3] During her teens, Peterson worked as a go-go dancer in a local gay bar. [4] Career [ edit] Early career [ edit] Inspired by Ann-Margret in the film Viva Las Vegas, while on a trip to Las Vegas, Nevada, during high school, she convinced her parents to let her see a live show whereupon she was noticed by the production staff; despite being only 17 years old, she convinced her parents to let her sign a contract. Immediately after graduating high school, she drove back to Las Vegas, where she became a showgirl in Frederic Apcar 's pioneering "Vive Les Girls! " at The Dunes; here, she met Elvis Presley, whom she briefly dated. [5] She had a small role as a showgirl in the James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever (1971) and played a topless dancer in the film The Working Girls (1974). She also purportedly posed for the cover of Tom Waits ' album Small Change (1976); Peterson has since described it as "a giant mystery" claiming that while she has no memory of the event, the picture looks enough like her that she feels "pretty sure" it is her. [6] In the early 1970s, Peterson moved to Italy and became lead singer of the Italian rock bands Latins 80 and The Snails. Introduced to film director Federico Fellini by the producer of a documentary on Las Vegas showgirls in which she had appeared, she landed a small part in the film Roma (1972). Back in the United States, she toured nightclubs and discos around the country with a musical/comedy act, Mammas Boys. In 1979, she joined the Los Angeles-based improvisational troupe The Groundlings, where she created a Valley girl -type character upon whom the Elvira persona is largely based. During the 1970s, test shots of Peterson for Playboy were stolen and appeared in several men's magazine's without her permission. Peterson auditioned for the role of Ginger Grant for the third Gilligan's Island television movie in 1981, shortly before KHJ-TV offered her the horror host position. [7] Peterson also was a personality on Los Angeles radio station KROQ-FM 106. 7 from 1982 to 1983. Elvira Begins: Movie Macabre [ edit] Peterson as Elvira at the 2006 San Francisco Gay Pride parade In the late spring of 1981, six years after the death of Larry Vincent, who starred as host Sinister Seymour of a Los Angeles weekend horror show called Fright Night, show producers began to bring the show back. The producers decided to use a female host. They asked 1950s horror hostess Maila Nurmi to revive The Vampira Show. Nurmi worked on the project for a short time, but quit when the producers would not hire Lola Falana to play Vampira. The station sent out a casting call, and Peterson auditioned and won the role. Producers left it up to her to create the role's image. She and her best friend, Robert Redding, came up with the sexy punk/vampire look after producers rejected her original idea to look like Sharon Tate 's character in The Fearless Vampire Killers. Shortly before the first taping, producers received a cease and desist letter from Nurmi. Besides the similarities in the format and costumes, Elvira's closing line for each show, wishing her audience "Unpleasant dreams", was notably similar to Vampira's closer: "Bad dreams, darlings... " uttered as she walked off down a misty corridor. The court ruled in favor of Peterson, holding that "'likeness' means actual representation of another person's appearance, and not simply close resemblance. " Peterson claimed that Elvira was nothing like Vampira aside from the basic design of the black dress and black hair. Nurmi claimed that Vampira's image was based on Morticia Addams, a character in Charles Addams 's cartoons that appeared in The New Yorker magazine. Peterson's Elvira character rapidly gained notice with her tight-fitting, low-cut, cleavage-displaying black gown. Adopting the flippant tone of a California " Valley girl, " she brought a satirical, sarcastic edge to her commentary. She reveled in dropping risqué double entendres and making frequent jokes about her cleavage. In an AOL Entertainment News interview, Peterson said, "I figured out that Elvira is me when I was a teenager. She's a spastic girl. I just say what I feel and people seem to enjoy it. " Her campy humor, sex appeal, and good-natured self-mockery made her popular with late-night movie viewers and her popularity soared. The Elvira character soon evolved from an obscure cult figure to a lucrative brand. She was associated with many products through the 1980s and 1990s, including Halloween costumes, comic books, [8] [9] action figures, trading cards, pinball machines, Halloween decor, model kits, calendars, perfume and dolls. She has appeared on the cover of Femme Fatales magazine five times. Her popularity reached its zenith with the release of the 1988 feature film Elvira: Mistress of the Dark, on whose script, written directly for the screen, Peterson collaborated with John Paragon and Sam Egan. After several years of attempts to make a sequel to Elvira: Mistress of the Dark, Cassandra and her manager and then-husband Mark Pierson decided to finance a second movie. In November 2000, Peterson wrote, again in collaboration with Paragon, and co-produced Elvira's Haunted Hills. The film was shot in Romania for just under one million dollars. With little budget left for promotion, Cassandra and Mark screened the film at AIDS charity fund raisers across America. For many people in attendance, this was their first opportunity to see the woman behind the Elvira character. On July 5, 2002, Elvira's Haunted Hills had its official premiere in Hollywood. Elvira arrived at the premiere in her Macabre Mobile. The film would later be screened at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival. In September 2010, Elvira's Movie Macabre returned to television syndication in the U. S., this time with public domain films. In October 2014, it was revealed that a new series of thirteen episodes had been produced, 13 Nights of Elvira for Hulu. The show began on October 19, 2014, running through to Halloween. [10] Peterson is currently working on the direct sequel to 1988's Elvira: Mistress of the Dark, as well as an animated Elvira project. [11] Elvira on home video [ edit] In 1985, Elvira began hosting a home video series called ThrillerVideo, a division of International Video Entertainment (IVE). Many of these films were hand-selected by Peterson. Choosing to stay away from the more explicit cannibal, slasher and zombie films of the time, these were generally tamer films such as The Monster Club and Dan Curtis television films, as well as many episodes of the Hammer House of Horror television series. Since she had refused to host Make Them Die Slowly, Seven Doors of Death, and Buried Alive, however, the videos were released on the ThrillerVideo label without Elvira's appearance as hostess. After this, several extended episodes [12] of the British namesake series Thriller (i. e. The Devil's Web, A Killer in Every Corner, Murder Motel) were also released without an appearance by Elvira; in some, such as Buried Alive, the cast replaced her. The success of the ThrillerVideo series led to a second video set, Elvira's Midnight Madness, released through Rhino Home Video. In 2004 a DVD horror-film collection called Elvira's Box of Horrors was released, marking Elvira's return to horror-movie hosting after a ten-year absence. Comic books [ edit] Elvira appeared in comic books from DC Comics, Eclipse Comics and Claypool Comics. DC published a short-lived series in the mid '80s titled Elvira's House of Mystery. Claypool took over the series and in the 1990s distributed a new series, Elvira: Mistress of the Dark, co-branded with and distributed by Eclipse. After Eclipse ceased publication, the series was distributed solely by Claypool. The series was edited and occasionally written by Richard Howell and featured photographic covers with interior stories and art by Kurt Busiek, Dan Spiegle, Jim Mooney, Steve Leialoha, and others. It ran for 166 issues plus two trade paperback collections, Elvira Mistress of the Dark: Comic Milestones-Comics Format and Elvira Mistress of the Dark: Double Delights. In 2012 another series, also titled Mistress of the Dark, was announced for a 2013 debut to be written by R. H. Stavis and drawn by Jeff Zarnow. The comic book, to date, has never materialized. On July 18, 2017, it was announced that a new licensing agreement was made with Dynamite Entertainment for a multitude of new Elvira-related merchandise, including a new comic book series, trading cards, posters, lithographs, card games, and board games. [13] Dynamite formally announced that a new comic book series, Elvira: Mistress of the Dark, written by David Avallone and penciled by Dave Acosta, would hit stores in July 2018. Along with a new comic book series, a new line of graphic novels were mentioned. [14] Books [ edit] Beginning in 1996, three Elvira novels (authored by Elvira and John Paragon) were published by Berkley Books, Transylvania 90210, Camp Vamp, and The Boy Who Cried Werewolf. Long out-of-print, all three titles were republished and made available as E-books in 2018. [15] In 2016, Peterson published an Elvira 35th anniversary photographic retrospective she dubbed a "coffin table" book. [16] Computer, video and pinball games [ edit] In the late 1980s and early 1990s, a number of Elvira-themed computer games were produced: [17] Elvira: Mistress of the Dark, Elvira 2: The Jaws of Cerberus, and Elvira: The Arcade Game. Two Elvira-themed pinball machines were produced by Bally/Midway: Elvira and the Party Monsters [18] in 1989 and Scared Stiff [19] in 1996. A third pinball machine has been produced by Stern Pinball and was released in October of 2019, titled Elvira's House of Horrors. Elvira was also one of the special characters featured in the 2007 PlayStation 3 game Pain. Elvira stars in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare "Absolution" released in 2017. [20] Calendar series [ edit] In the early 1990s, Peterson began a series of Elvira calendars featuring characteristically provocative and campy poses in macabre settings. One calendar photo is seen throughout the video game Blood. Non-Elvira career [ edit] Peterson has also portrayed non- Elvira roles in many other films, most notably Pee-wee's Big Adventure in 1985 alongside friend and fellow Groundling Paul Reubens, who starred as his Pee-wee Herman character; Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold, released in 1987, which starred Richard Chamberlain and Sharon Stone; and All About Evil, as a mother named Linda, who says not to go to the old theater to watch scary movies. Personal life [ edit] She married her personal manager, Mark Pierson, in 1981. They had one daughter, Sadie Pierson (born October 12, 1994), and were divorced on February 14, 2003. In an October 2016 interview with Chris Hardwick on The Nerdist Podcast, Peterson revealed that she was scalded on over 35% of her body in a kitchen accident when she was one and a half years old. She said that she was teased at school over her scars and jokingly added that her Elvira costume "showed only the good bits". [21] Peterson plans to release her autobiography in October 2020. [22] Filmography [ edit] Year Title Role Notes 1971 Diamonds are Forever Dancer Uncredited small role 1972 Roma 1974 The Working Girls Katya 1980 Coast to Coast Dinner party guest Cheech and Chong's Next Movie Hostage 1981 King of the Mountain Neighbor 1981–1993, 2010–11 Elvira's Movie Macabre Elvira TV horror hostess 1982 Jekyll and Hyde... Together Again Busty nurse CHiPs Episodes: "Rock Devil Rock", "Things That Go Creep in the Night" 1983 The Sting II O'Malley's girl Stroker Ace Girl with lugs Balboa Angie Stockard 1985 Pee-wee's Big Adventure Biker mama ThrillerVideo Home video series for USA and later IVE 1986 Echo Park Sheri Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold Sorais WrestleMania 2 Guest commentator in Los Angeles segment with Jesse Ventura and Lord Alfred Hayes Elvira's Halloween Special 1988 Elvira: Mistress of the Dark 1989 The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! Elvira (as herself) Episodes: "Mommies Curse" and "The Ghoul of My Dreams" NWA Halloween Havoc 1989 promo [23] 1990 NWA Halloween Havoc 1990 promo [24] 1991 Ted & Venus Lisa WCW Halloween Havoc 1991 promo Claims in the promo to be in the process of constructing the "Chamber of Horrors" cage for the event. [25] 1992 The Ketchup Vampires Narrator 1993 The Elvira Show Unaired CBS pilot 1993–1995 Helicopters with Elvira 1996 Space Ghost Coast to Coast Episode: "Switcheroo" It's My Party Party guest Uncredited role 1997 Nash Bridges Episode: "Sniper" Draw Your Own Toons Series 1 only Elvira's Ghost Stories Spooktacular The Martin Short Show Episode: #1. 35 The Howard Stern Radio Show Herself Episode 19 2000 Bride of Monster Mania 2001 Scares & Dares Elvira's Haunted Hills 2004 E! True Hollywood Story Episode: "Scream Queens" Monsterama: A Tribute to Horror Hosts Elvira's Box of Horrors Horror film collection on DVD I Love the '80s Herself and Elvira 2005 I Love the Holidays I Love the '80s 3-D ' VH1 TV miniseries Playboy Presents: Hef's Halloween Spooktacular Hostess TV1 Australian-based cable TV channel TV1; the format was similar to her old show 2006 Red Riding Hood Hunter's mom The Secret Life of Superfans Vampira: The Movie Peterson discusses the Vampira lawsuit I Love the '70s: Volume 2 Living in TV Land – Sherman Hemsley TV episode DVD series The Girls Next Door Episode: "Girls Will Be Ghouls" 2007 The Search for the Next Elvira Reality television series 2009 The Haunted World of El Superbeasto Amber Voice Medium Special cameo appearance as Elvira in the beginning of the "Bite Me" episode Pain Video game 2010 All About Evil Linda Elvira's Not a Witch 45-second viral video that spoofed a campaign ad by US Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell 2011 Last Man Standing Cameo appearance Oddities 2012 RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars Guest judge; episode: "Dynamic Drag Duos" Counting Cars Episode: "Satanic Mechanic" Rewind This! 2013 Bruno & Earlene Go to Vegas Artie Duke First Period Ms. Glenn 2013–2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012 TV series) Mrs. Campbell / Computer Voice / Utrom Queen (6 episodes) Voice; 6 episodes 2014 Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films 13 Nights of Elvira 2015 Halloween Wars Guest judge 2016 LEGO Scooby-Doo! Haunted Hollywood Drella Diabolique Talking Dead Episode: "Swear" 2017 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare 2018 Hollywood Weapons: Fact or Fiction? Episode: "Terry's Underworld" Storage Wars Halloween "Scariest Lockers" Special Host 2019 RuPaul's Drag Race In Search of Darkness Documentary film Scooby-Doo! Return to Zombie Island Halloween Wars Season 9 Episode 1 Music video appearances [ edit] Single Artist "My Mistake" Phantom, Rocker & Slick "Mistress of the Dark" Ghoultown "Gimme Something Good" Ryan Adams Discography [ edit] Peterson recorded several songs for her Elvira Halloween albums in the 1980s and 1990s: Elvira and the Vi-tones: 3-D TV (Rhino Records, 1982) Elvira Presents Vinyl Macabre: Oldies but Ghoulies (Volume 1) (Rhino Records, 1983) Elvira Presents Haunted Hits (Rhino Records, 1987) Elvira Presents Monster Hits (Rhino Records, 1994) Elvira Presents Revenge of the Monster Hits (Rhino Records, 1995) Elvira's Gravest Hits (Shout! Factory, 2010) She also performed on a track called "Zombie Killer" for the band Leslie and the Ly's, released in February 2008. The music video for the track features Leslie & The Ly's performing to a sold-out audience of zombies in a fictional venue called "Elvira Stadium". A 7" single was released. Awards and nominations [ edit] Awards [ edit] Los Angeles Silver Lake Film Festival Spirit of Silver Lake Award: 2001 [26] Hollywood Horror Festival Vincent Price Award: 2018 Nominations [ edit] Saturn Awards Best Actress: 1988 [27] [28] Raspberry Awards Worst Actress: 1988 [29] See also [ edit] Maila Nurmi Midnight movie Lily Munster Morticia Addams Footnotes [ edit] ^ "Elvira: 'Burns Made Me What I Am Today ' ". Contact Music. August 24, 2005. Retrieved March 3, 2019. ^ "This Week in Horror - Summer Spooktacular: Cassandra Peterson aka Elvira: Mistress of the Dark". YouTube. June 28, 2011. Retrieved December 4, 2013. ^ Miska, Brad (October 28, 2019). "Elvira Reveals the First Horror Film She Ever Saw [Exclusive]". Bloody Disgusting. Retrieved December 22, 2019. ^ Del Mar, Pollo (January 21, 2009). "Elvira Was Raised By a Pack of Wild Drag Queens". San Francisco Bay Guardian. Archived from the original on August 7, 2009. Retrieved October 4, 2009. ^ " ' Elvira' Actress Cassandra Peterson Dishes On Her Dream Date With Elvis Presley". Huffington Post. July 7, 2014. ^ O'Neal, Sam (October 28, 2009). "Elvira, Mistress Of The Dark (and merchandising)". The A. V. Club. Retrieved November 20, 2009. ^ Femme Fatales, 1:3, Winter 1992/1993, p. 6 ^ Elvira's House of Mystery DC Comics (11 issues) at the Grand Comics Database ^ Elvira, Mistress of the Dark Claypool Comics (166 issues) at the Grand Comics Database ^ Turek, Ryan (October 2, 2014). "Elvira Heads to Hulu for All-New Series". Shock Till You Drop. Retrieved October 3, 2014. ^ Cavanaugh, Patrick (September 13, 2019). "Elvira Actress Clarifies Reports of Streaming Project, Teases New Movie on the Way".. Retrieved September 27, 2019. ^ "Thriller Videos & DVDs". July 18, 2005. Retrieved December 4, 2013. ^ "Elvira, Mistress Of The Dark Teams With Dynamite For New Comics And More! ". July 18, 2017. Retrieved July 19, 2017. [ permanent dead link] ^ "Elvira Returns to Comic Books With Her Own Line". Newsarama. April 5, 2018. Retrieved April 9, 2018. ^ "Books – Elvira, Mistress of the Dark".. Retrieved June 6, 2018. ^ "Elvira Celebrates Halloween with Revealing 'Coffin Table' Book". Parade. October 25, 2016. Retrieved June 6, 2018. ^ "List of games at Gamespot". Archived from the original on June 29, 2011. ^ "Internet Pinball Machine Database: Midway 'Elvira and the Party Monsters ' ".. Retrieved December 4, 2013. ^ "Internet Pinball Machine Database: Midway 'Scared Stiff ' ".. Retrieved December 4, 2013. ^ "[Trailer] Here's Elvira in New 'Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare' DLC". July 6, 2017. Retrieved May 13, 2018. ^ "Nerdist Interview". Nerdist. October 31, 2016. Archived from the original on November 5, 2016. Retrieved November 5, 2016. ^ Squires, John (August 8, 2019). "Elvira's Autobiography Set for Release During the 2020 Halloween Season". Retrieved September 27, 2019. ^ ^ IMDb Los Angeles Silver Lake Film Festival 2001 ^ IMDb Saturn Awards 1990 ^ "Saturn Awards". Saturn Awards. Archived from the original on May 12, 2011. Retrieved December 4, 2013. ^ "Razzie 1988". Archived from the original on May 5, 2012. Retrieved December 4, 2013. External links [ edit] Official website Cassandra Peterson on IMDb Cassandra Peterson at AllMovie Full text of court decision in Nurmi v. Peterson SWINDLE Magazine interview with Cassandra Peterson KCRW Guest DJ set.