TULSA, Oklahoma - A tribute to a cult classic TV show that originated in Tulsa drew a big crowd Sunday night. Mazeppa ran in the early '70s and starred a number of big talents including a young Gary Busey and Mazeppa himself, Gailord Sartain.

The show ran for just three years but is remembered fondly by many Tulsa-area residents and former residents. This weekend, it drew a new generation of fans to see the "lost tapes."

Jim Millaway, also known as "Sherman Oaks," was available for a special question and answer session. The show's full name was The Uncanny Film Festival and Camp Meeting.  

The screening was held at the Fly Loft in downtown Tulsa.