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Ghoulardi - Who Is Ernie Anderson?

Updated on December 25, 2014

Hey Group, It's Ghoulardi!

No one grew up in Cleveland during the sixties without knowing who Ghoulardi was. Cleveland Television WJW TV8's most creative local program made national headlines. It didn't matter how good or bad the movie was, everyone tuned into Ghoulardi.

Keeping The Ghoulardi Beat

Ghoulardi was the 'coolest' thing to come along, and his character is still inspiring and entertaining to this day. In fact, WAKC14 TV Canton's own "Son Of Ghoul" is carrying the torch in honor of Ghoulardi to this day. You can learn more about Ghoulardi and the Son of Ghoul at the Geocity of Ghoulardi.


Spotlight on Ghoulardi

Friends of Ghoulardi may find this interesting . . .

Hey, Group!

A t shirt designed to commemorate one ot the greatest voices in television, and the coolest ghoul from Cleveland.
A t shirt designed to commemorate one ot the greatest voices in television, and the coolest ghoul from Cleveland. | Source

Ghoulardi Speaks . . .

Ghoulardi had a thing for Dorothy Fuldheim. He interviewed Flash Gordon. The Big Boy Restaurants sold mint lime green milkshakes that matched the color of his wild fur hat. He liked to blow things up with fire crackers.

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It would be great to hear from you. Share your Ghoulardi stories, sightings, thoughts, rants, raves... maybe a memory or two . . . Thank you for stopping by.

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      Thank SOG for the tapes :) 3 years ago

      How many times can I listen to the mishaps of that cameraman?

      "Hey! Don't throw it back at me! .. You Knif!"

      Thank you Ernie, you're the one thing my father and I agree on.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I remember going to my cousin debi house in Parma Ohio and watching Ghoulardi Those were the days!!!!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I remember watching him when I was younger, we would stay the weekend with my cousin Debi in Parma Ohio. Those were the days !!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      This is the first I have heard of Ghoulardi. Thank you for the introduction.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      I used to work at the local drag strip and we ran on friday nights. We used to hear on the pa, Hurry up you idiots, it's almost time for Ghoulardi!!

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Remember him like it was yesterday....R.I.P. Ernie!

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      julieannbrady 7 years ago

      @julieannbrady: Ah, it is a serious shame that not that many people seem to have remembered Ghoulardi ... ah, he is rolling over in his grave ... cool IT with those boom booms!

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Ah the memories. He is missed.

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      julieannbrady 9 years ago

      Ah ... cool it with the boom-booms! Turn blue your purple knif. He was our Friday night entertainment before Houlihan and Big Chuck came along ... in high school, we passed by his house in Willoughby every day. Thanks again for some very found memories. Ghoulardi was hilarious. 5*****