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Paul Mack Presents
PicturePhone
1991

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The Wildeside
with William Wilde

CinemaScoop
with Paul Mack

PicturePhone
with Paul Mack

Recordings Produced using
"Mack Sound"

Table ahead. Each cell contains the description of the one tape. The link to the recordings are at the end of the cell. There can be from one to upto four parts roughly 15-minutes each part.

T156 Tape #156

Phone Song: "Mack Is Back" by William Wilde
And "I Want To Be A Line Host" by Paul Mack
Paul calls his friends and random dialing on his phone to ask which is better.
"Picture Phone" or "Cinema Phone".
One call went to Forest J. Ackerman's answering machine.
William Wilde is asked this question.
Paul even calls Mike The Galactic Hitchhiker's mother to ask her.

6/2/91 to 6/13/91
Part 1 Time 17:00
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Part 2 Time 13:49
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T157 Tape #157

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6/16/91 to 6/20/91
Part 1 Time 12:57
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Part 2 Time 13:49
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T158 Tape #158

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6/23/91 to 6/27/91
Part 1 Time 15:34
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Part 2 Time 15:13
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T160 Tape #160

Orson's Corner & Bob Hope's Counterpoint.
Trailer of Naked Gun 2 1/2.  Jerry Lewis

7/7/91 to 7/11/91
Part 1 Time 13:57
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Part 2 Time 15:48
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T161 Tape #161

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7/14/91 to 7/18/91
Part 1 Time 14:50
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Part 2 Time 15:13
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T163 Tape #163

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7/28/91 to 8/1/91
Part 1 Time 12:25
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Part 2 Time 9:54
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T164 Tape #164

Last PicturePhone Tape

Live Call ins and caller movie reviews.

8/4/91 to 8/8/91
Part 1 Time 13:52
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Part 2 Time 10:52
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