The IMDB seems to be yet another site that has updated it's presentation, though I think it is actually improved for once. There are 13 Dwight videos available, including full versions of "The Vampire Bat" and "Renfrew of the Royal Mounted".
I just realized I've lost the link for a Dwight site I used to alwys frequent. I believe it was created by a woman named Joanne and the title was something like Dwight Frye: The Man Behind The Insanity. It had a bunch of reviews she had done of his films with photos. Can anyone forward me the web address of this site? I'd appreciate it so much. ;)
On my way to work tonight they played "The Ballad of Dwight Fry" on the radio. What surprised me was the DJ said he hand-picked it because he thought it was great that Alice Cooper wanted to keep his memory alive, and he, too, felt it should be kept alive. He also noted how his part in Dracula kind of doomed his career and he[, the DJ,] showed sypmathy for that. I don't know... it just made me smile knowing someone cared ;p
Also, The Circus Queen Murder will be playing September 25th at 9:45am. Mark your calendars!