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Very animated and passionate scientist. He studied under Albert Einstein....surprising??
The Professor from The Hilarious House of Frightenstein
Professor Julius Sumner Miller, as himself, brought the wonders of Physics to Castle Frightenstein. The clip that I have selected lets the Professor speak for himself regarding his part in the show.
I honestly don't remember this part of the show from watching as a child. However, the subconscious must have remembered because when I got to grade nine and the class did the same experiment that is shown here, it felt "been there, done that." It's amazing how things will stick with you even when you don't consciously remember. I find these segments very interesting now that I am older. Honestly, I feel as though I'm viewing them for the first time, even though I know I watched this show faithfully at 5:30 in the morning between the ages of 3 and 8.
The Professor Part 2 Hilarious House of Frightenstein
This clip is of The Professor segment. I was left speechless by the demonstration of the beauty that is Physics. I am still at a loss to describe it. The Professor says it much better than I can.
The Professor Part 3 Hilarious House of Frightenstein
The conclusion of the experiment in Part 2. This particular experiment is intriguing so I thought I would share this last installment here for fans of the show and of Professor Julius Sumner Miller.
Hilarious House of Frightenstein: Ain't No Mountain 4 of 5
Vincent Price introduces Prof. Julius Sumner-Miller who shows us the "Cartesian Diver" and how to make one.
Hilarious House of Frightenstein: AMOS MOSES 7 of 7
Julius Sumner-Miller talks about cans and gravity, the Wolfman gets a flirty phone request for Amos Moses by Jerry Reed - triggering the psychedelic lightshow that wasn't in the American versions of the show. The ominous episode ender by Vincent Price used to weird me out as a kid and Igor has the final word after the credits roll.