Tribute to Bob Wilkins at WonderCon Sunday   

February 28, 2009 From 3:00-4:00 Sunday, Wondercon (currently happening in San Francisco) presents "A Tribute to Bob Wilkins," the legendary San Francisco horror host of "Creature Features" who recently passed away.



Join John Stanley, Bob Shaw, Rob Wilkins, Mr. Lobo, Ernie Fosselius and Tom Wyrsch for an information-packed journey through the life and career of the late Bob Wilkins, host of the mega-popular San Francisco Bay Area Creature Features TV series (1971-1979). The panel will share personal memories about Wilkins and show rare video clips and photos, as well as introduce scenes from the newly released DVD documentary, Watch Horror Films, Keep America Strong, which examines the history of one of the Bay Area's most beloved TV legends. The event takes place in Room 220 of the con, which takes place at Moscone Convention Center in SF.


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