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Steve Smith Playhouse
  • Ep: 1
  • The Surprise From Planet Uranus
  • Disclaimer: The following program contains bathroom humour and sexual innuendo. Viewer abstension is advised.
  • Original Movie: "The Brain From Planet Arous" (Oct 1, 1957 - 70 mins)
  • Steve Smith as the voice of: Steve March played by John Agar
  • Ep: 2
  • Hot Rod Girl
  • Disclaimer: The following program contains mature language and subject matter, presented in an extremely immature manner. Viewer discretion is ignored.
  • Original Movie: "Hot Rod Girl" (Jul 1956 - 79 mins)
  • Steve Smith as the voice of: Lisa Vernon played by Lori Nelson
  • Ep: 3
  • Hercules: Homo Maximus
  • Disclaimer: This program has not been altered to fit your television set. Believe it or not, this is the way it came.
  • Original Movie: "Hercules" aka "Le Fatiche di Ercole" (Feb 20, 1958 - 107 mins)
  • Steve Smith as the voice of: Hercules played by Steve Reeves
  • Ep: 4
  • The Giant Gila Monster
  • Disclaimer: The following program contains adult language and situations and should not be viewed by anyone under the age of 107.
  • Original Movie: "The Giant Gila Monster" (Jun 25, 1959 - 74 mins)
  • Steve Smith as the voice of: Chase Winstead played by Don Sullivan
  • Ep: 5
  • Plan 9 From Outer Space
  • Disclaimer: The following program contains inflammatory language and subject matter and should only be watched in the presence of a medical professional.
  • Original Movie: "Plan 9 From Outer Space" (Jul 1959 - 79 mins)
  • Steve Smith as the voice of: Eros played by Dudley Manlove
  • Ep: 6
  • Adult Acne Victim
  • Disclaimer: The following program is a mistake. We suggest you see what else is on.
  • Original Movie: "Atom Age Vampire" aka "Seddok, l'erede di Satana" (May 29, 1963 - 105 mins)
  • Steve Smith as the voice of: Professor Albert Levin played by Alberto Lupo
  • Ep: 7
  • The Wasp Wino
  • Disclaimer: The following program should never have been produced. The authorities are looking into it.
  • Original Movie: "The Wasp Woman" (Feb 12, 1960 - 73 mins)
  • Steve Smith as the voice of: Eric Zinthrop played by Michael Mark
  • Ep: 8
  • Eegah
  • Disclaimer: The following program is nothing like the previous program nor is it similar to the program that will follow later. It does, however, bare some similarity to a program that was aired a while ago.
  • Original Movie: "Eegah" (Jun 8, 1962 - 90 mins)
  • Steve Smith as the voice of: Tommy Nelson played by Arch Hall, Jr.
  • Ep: 9
  • Constipation Moon
  • Disclaimer: The following program has been proven to cause behavioural problems and general ennui in laboratory mice.
  • Original Movie: "Destination Moon" (Jun 27, 1950 - 92 mins)
  • Steve Smith as the voice of: Jim Barnes played by John Archer
  • Ep: 10
  • PreMeSozoic Women
  • Disclaimer: This program does not contain the "f" word. Viewers are welcome to add it wherever they deem appropriate.
  • Original Movie: "Prehistoric Women" aka "Slave Girls" (Jan 25, 1967 - 90 mins)
  • Steve Smith as the voice of: David Marchand played by Michael Latimer
  • Ep: 11
  • Terror in the Rented House
  • Disclaimer: This program contains mature situations and disturbing references and without them we wouldn't be getting any audience at all.
  • Original Movie: "Terror in the Haunted House" aka "My World Dies Screaming" (1958 - 85 mins)
  • Steve Smith as the voice of: Sheila Wayne Tierney played by Cathy O'Donnell
  • Ep: 12
  • Hercules Unchanged
  • Disclaimer: This program may be offensive to certain people. I think you know the kind I mean. We have purposely kept our ratings low to minimize the damage.
  • Original Movie: "Hercules Unchained" aka "Ercole e la Regina di Lidia" (Feb 14, 1959 - 105 mins)
  • Steve Smith as the voice of: Hercules played by Steve Reeves
  • Ep: 13
  • Wanker Express
  • Disclaimer: The following program is an oversight and does not reflect the opinions of the producer, the broadcaster, or either of the viewers.
  • Original Movie: "Horror Express" (Dec 3, 1973 - 90 mins)
  • Steve Smith as the voice of: Professor Alexander Saxton played by Christopher Lee


Season One
Written, Directed and Hosted By: Steve Smith