Can Falk and The Cherry Pachyderm neutralize the ho, ho, horror of Satanic Claws? How can you hear stockings hung from a mantle? Do Christmas carols satisfy the burn barrel acapella doo wop ordinance? Find out!
“Here Comes Satanic Claws,” episode 44 of This Gun in My Hand, was composed by Rob Northrup.
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1. Remember in episode 24, “Consulting Defectives” when Falk inspired Latthew Morressier to become The Cherry Pachyderm?
2. Falk: “The Review of Radical Political Economics? How did you get your hands on this?” Falk is surprised anyone in his era (1939-ish) could get a copy of this journal because it wasn’t published until 1969. Personally I have no opinion whether they “[strain] the limits of their subject area to comment on odd current events and pop culture.” That’s Falk’s conclusion.
The opening music was from The Sun Sets at Dawn (1950), a film in the public domain. Most of the music and sound effects used in the episode are modified or incomplete versions of the originals.