In "That Real Crazy Infinity," two beatnick musicians discover what is really important to them.
Soon, their luck changes. The man from the radio repair shop offers them the chance to make some quick money, and all they have to do is deliver electronic equipment to the home of a scientist. Bud and Lou soon discover that no one else wants the job because everyone is afraid of the isolated house in the woods where the delivery needs to be made. The people in town think that Professor Norville Hagen's place is haunted with "voices from the grave."
As it turns out, Professor Hagen's place really is filled with the sounds and voices from the past. He has been working on an "Epinaphone," an invention that tunes in to sounds from the past that have gone on into infinity. Bud quickly realizes that the true opportunity to make money is by selling "lost recordings" made with the "Epinaphone," but the professor and Lou have different plans.
"That Real Crazy Infinity" was written by Richard W. Dowling and produced/directed by Bruno Zirato, Jr.. Jack Grimes and Richard Holland starred. Court Benson played Professor Hagen. Also appearing were Robert Dryden, Robert Readick, and Athena Lorde. This episode aired on May 27, 1962.
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