Out of the Blue

Recently, for whatever reason, the historical drama Cromwell has been playing fairly frequently among the 6000 channels available on the satellite. In seeing this for the first time since my bygone youth, I can't help but be struck by the separated-at-birth that it offers. The best I can conjure up for one of the photos is here which shows the late Sir Alec Guiness (also seen on the VHS cover) who plays the antagonist King Charles I. Anyone who looks at those pictures who is familiar with the Levelord (warning: site contains mature and immature themes) knows who is the other half of this equation. The king is dead! God save the Levelord?

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One might also try Stick Figure Death Theatre
http://www.sfdt.com/index2.shtml

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