Early press images refused to let the public to see Vincent's face
- and went to some lengths to make sure of that.
So we got these ...
Leave it to the Australian subsidiary of a major video distribution company
to produce a promotional poster with some details hilariously wrong ....
|Joyce Fuller Kleikamp's letterzine, Classic Connection, |
had a running gag ....
|... and the tunnels were ready-made for levity|
What were Vincent's bathing arrangements?
Two artists speculated hilariously ...
|.... And how was the world below arranged?|
|Rita Terrell (Classic Connection)||PS Nim in 'Beast of Times'|
|PS Nim takes a look at Father'sLibrary in 'Beast of Times'|
Artists parodied themselves (Beast of Times)
And Nancy Stasulis' art tweaked many funnybones
|Our favourite couple were irresistible as comic relief ...|
And Vincent himself was not immune
|PS Nim's "The Absurd Season"|
(a spoof of an old TV ad)
|Cheryl Duval in "Some Enchanted Evening"|
A little Angie humour
and some digital magic from Judith
PS Nim (Beast of Times)
Next stop - Hollywood
We weren't doing anything, Father! (Naturally not!)
Vincent ... something's crawling on my hand!
Mmmmfph! I want to yawn ... but I can't
Been a long day ...
I can inhale ... but I can't drink
Keep your distance ... he's MINE
Mouse built a rocket for the rear end ...
No, the teeth stay in ...
Just the usual audience ...
Wait a minute... you want me to do WHAT?
John Franklin played a young Vincent in 'Promises of Someday'.
A press photo shows him holding an impressively large toy carousel.
But wait ... here's big Vincent holding the carousel in the episode.
It seems to have shrunk.
|Separating Fact from Fiction|
Canon Trivia (pdf)
Fanon Trivia (pdf)
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