Eerie Indiana : The Complete Series - £8.04 delivered @ Hut !
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Eerie Indiana : The Complete Series - £8.04 delivered @ Hut !

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Found 4th Mar 2009Made hot 4th Mar 2009
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Marshall Teller's family moves to the small country town of Eerie, Indiana (Pop. 16,661). There, Marshall discovers that Eerie, as he puts it, "is the center of weirdness for the universe". Elvis lives there, so do a pair of twins who stay young by sleeping in Tupperware, and many other strange things. Each episode, Marshall and his friend Simon collect evidence about the creepy things that happen there.

This release features every episode from both series of this cult tv programme.

Episodes Comprise:

1. Foreverware
2. The Retainer
3. ATM with a Heart of Gold
4. The Losers
5. Scariest Home Videos
6. Just Say No Fun
7. Heart on a Chain
8. The Dead Letter
9. Who's Who
10. The Lost Hour
11. Marshall's Theory of Believability
12. Tornado Days
13. The Hole in the Head Gang
14. Mr. Chaney
15. No Brain, No Pain
16. The Loyal Order of Corn
17. Zombies in P.J.s
18. Reality Takes a Holiday
19. The Broken Record

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vague memories of this show reminded me of the adventures of pete and pete and shows of that genre.
Very well reviewd on amazon.

Classic Show that must be bought at any price (or in this case the cheapest possible).

Elvis is still alive and lives down the street. The guy who played Gomez in the original TV Addams Family is the shop keeper of the World of Wonder (think that was the name). Just lots of weird things happenning in the town of Eerie, a kids version of the Twighlight Zone.

Loved this show as a kid, but surprised there weren't more then 19 episodes. Anyway HOT!!!

AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i been trying to remember the name for this show for ages! it was great!"""""""

oh, thanks

class show

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his sister and mum were both fit, especially his sister

Classic 90s! - x (dash-ex) was in about 100 other programs from the time too.

Excellent show. The shop was the World of Stuff. We still call plastic tubs Foreverware in our house. There was a follow-up series a while later, Eerie Indiana: The Other Dimension, where the kids had similar names. Excellent value at this price, I paid about £12 last year.

I can't understand why this hasn't turned up again on BBC2 or satellite telly; it's such a great show.

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vague memories of this show reminded me of the adventures of pete and … vague memories of this show reminded me of the adventures of pete and pete and shows of that genre.Very well reviewd on amazon.



I loved that show. I think it was Canadian.
Can you get hold of it on dvd?

Edited to add... That reminds me, I actually look like Big Pete. Which was weird in a he looks like me sort of way

Anyone remember Parker Lewis Can't Lose. :thumbsup:
sort of like Ferris Bueller .

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I loved that show. I think it was Canadian. Can you get hold of it on … I loved that show. I think it was Canadian. Can you get hold of it on dvd? Edited to add... That reminds me, I actually look like Big Pete. Which was weird in a he looks like me sort of wayAnyone remember Parker Lewis Can't Lose. :thumbsup: sort of like Ferris Bueller .



there are to collections available in the us listed as seasons but there seems to be some dispute as these where filmed as specials and shorts, but there are classic episodes in both sets.

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