WUTV, or 'channel 29', a television station broadcasting out of Grand Island, NY, and before it became an affiliate of the (garbage) Fox Broadcasting Company, used to play a program in the 1970s entitled Sci-Fi Theater. (Note U.S. spelling of 'theatre'.) This show was essentially a framework device -- no onscreen host, just a voice accompanying a human eyeball shot in extreme closeup -- for various classic science fiction and fantasy feature films. If I remember correctly, Sci-Fi Theater ran on Sunday afternoons at 4 p.m. Attack of the Monsters, Voyage to the End of the Universe, Demon Planet, Queen of Blood, Godzilla vs _____, were just a few of the pictures shown on the programme. Arch Oboler's low key 1951 science fiction jewel, Five, might also have played but I don't remember. As a matter of fact, back in the early to mid-seventies, Five played in high rotation on a few television stations in southern Ontario. I watched it just about every time... could not get tired of seeing that film, I guess.
(To be continued... )