Never saw the Mad Magician, but I remember The Mask, and the between-commercial comedy interstitials for Dynasty. ("Does it have--?" "No, it does NOT have Joan Collins in it!")
I lived in South Jersey. We had cable, which in 1982 meant we got the Philly stations and the New York indie stations (5, 9, and 11). Channel 48 in Philly ran REVENGE OF THE CREATURE in May of 82. I remember watching it and not being exactly bowled over by it. But in July of 82, Channel 9 in New York ran GORILLA AT LARGE. I remember loving it. By the late 1980s, I had seen anaglyph broadcasts of those two, DYNASTY, THE MAD MAGICIAN, and THE MASK (with the Harry Blackstone, Jr. intros).
Catwomen of the Moon? Was just wondering about that one--I remember Rhino's anaglyph VHS, where the 3D seemed to arbitrarily drift in and out of the scenes at will, and I didn't know whether that was the fault of the original film.. Bob, what's the current condition of that one? Just like Rhino sold it in a series with the anaglyph Robot Monster, one would think CWotM would be a perfectly good pop-retro substitute to sell on dsk.
So...Pete...any chance of the LaFayette showing ARENA, CATWOMEN OF THE MOON, DANGEROUS MISSION, and HANNAH LEE anytime?