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Date Posted: 18:55:23 03/15/12 Thu
Author: BobS
Subject: Re: Jason Flake
In reply to: Curious 's message, "Jason Flake" on 17:15:05 03/12/12 Mon

"The Teahouse With Jason Flake" was a morning show that premiered on WRYT on Jan. 24, 1966. It was produced by Rege Cordic Show contibutor Karl Hardman, hoping to capture some of the Cordic audience after he left KDKA for Los Angeles.

WRYT/WTAE described the show as an off-beat comedy-variety program. Jason was your every day type person who was "put on" by a series of oddball characters. It starred Marilyn Eastman and "Jason Flake".

Jason Flake was in fact played by Charles Craig, who would also make personal appearances in character. He is better known as the news announcer in Night of The Living Dead, that Harman co-produced. He is still around, and just a few years ago was involved in a documentary DVD about the movie, entitled "Autopsy of the Dead".

The show only lasted one year. Although it had its ardent and loyal fans, it also had its detractors; especially those that tuned into the station in the morning for "beautiful music", only to be met with "nonsense".

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