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203 - Jungle Goddess



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Megan McEvers - 2 months ago

The universe is counting to Avogadro's number. :)


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Red Zone Cuba - 3 months ago

This film was pure punishment


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MSTeacher3K - 4 months ago

At 57:01, the native responds to the blonde's demand with "nada". It makes sense that he would speak Spanish, seeing as he's a native African that has had no contact with Europeans or Americans.


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MSTeacher3K - 4 months ago

So, in the short's title, is the word "creeps" a noun or a verb? Does Bela have a condition or is creeping what he does?


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Right at the beginning of the short when Crow says, "boy is he in a bad mood." There is nothing special about that riff, but for me, I find it hilarious and it cracks me up every time. I guess it's they way he says it or something.


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Gregg Hammerquist - 6 months ago

Pretty sure "My White Goddess" would be a better show (let alone sitcom) than most that are on TV now.


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Donald Petkus - 7 months ago

The future Dick Tracey and the future Superman appear in the same film.


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Hailley Petey Plane - 7 months ago

Ok, in the third host segment (the one with the explorers), Joel makes a little hand gesture to Crow at one point (about 1:17:00) . Does anybody have any idea what it's supposed to mean? Tiny little detail, but I'm curious.


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David May - 8 months ago

Dr. Frank's line, "Don't pass out on me now." Is from Dirty Harry. Gosh, I love that movie. Glad to see it get referenced.


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Joseph C Goodson - 9 months ago

Their reaction when she says that "it was was hopeless to try and penetrate the jungle" (1:05:02) is priceless.


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Joseph C Goodson - 9 months ago

It definitely sounds like they used the music from Bride of Frankenstein for this short. Also, it makes me think of a Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror II, the Frankenstein parody, but which seems to have borrowed elements from this short, too.


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Ray Garraty - 9 months ago

It's something that the monster in the short has a remote. Filmed in 1939.


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Teri Gee - 11 months ago

We're not supposed to feel bad for Bob, are we? Because I cheered when he died. I'm assuming no one really felt bad for him here, but do you think the filmmakers thought we'd feel sorry for Bob's death?


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Cliff Beefpile - 12 months ago

I doubt it, but does anyone love Crow's amoeba "impression" as much as I do? Cracks me up every time.


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Dr. Despicable - about 1 year ago

Totally blindsided by Kerouac/'Dr Sax' reference!


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Tanishia Williams - about 1 year ago

Ah, the age of black face. How I love to see White people pretending to be my complexion with perfectly straight hair and European features. They couldn't just say the plane crashed in the Amazon rainforest where White people might at least be slightly believable as natives, could they? sigh.


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Kelly Slane - about 1 year ago

"Ready or not, here we exist!" ~ another phrase from MST that I have incorporated into my daily language :)


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Donald Petkus - about 1 year ago

Did you notice that the satellite dish is on fire when Joel puts it away?


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Briggs Gordon - over 1 year ago

"How fortunate! This will simplify everything!" Such a useful phrase, and appropriate for many different situations. Say it in a loud voice when a line opens up at the DMV! Bonus points awarded for using the ridiculous accent.


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why does this supposedly 20 something goddess sound like shes 40?


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Kim Spence Dean - over 1 year ago

They seem to really enjoy saying "Ford Beebe"!


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Elisa Farrington - over 1 year ago

Bela's OK Discoveries - rogue disc that rolls off the satellite disc and Tom Servo's Australian sounding British accent.


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Elisa Farrington - over 1 year ago

"He's just my type, AB NE-gative." Crow saves the day with his Bela Lugosi voice for The Phantom Creeps. Makes me look forward to the next chapter.


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Gregg Hammerquist - over 1 year ago

You mean upsidaisium?


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Jonesboro Wade - over 1 year ago

"Hats!"


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Jen Glover - over 1 year ago

Mike looks great in guy's lipstick...Aww, and he called Joel the "cute one".
("Joike". Is it canon? Stay tuned.)


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Kimono Dragon - over 1 year ago

At 1:23:45 I busted a gut when Crow said, "I'm ready again". Several months ago someone in the forum asked about riffs with sexual innuendo. The simple fact that he said 'again' made it among the funniest lines ever.


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Steve Hayes - over 1 year ago

"Wanama-dumb" Perfect. I'd been wondering when they'd use the mahna-mahna joke. Should've just trusted they'd pick the right time.


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Aileen Smithee - almost 2 years ago

A little rock climbing would've actually put some life into this film. :/


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I love any film staring a suicidal super-hero.


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Aaron Brown - almost 2 years ago

Unfortunately, their ability to work the camera's iris in this movie was as effective as their racial sensitivity...


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Austin Upton - almost 2 years ago

6.022x10^23 is my favorite number. GO AVOGADRO!


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Aura Sewell - almost 2 years ago

I think I must have gotten up or stopped paying attention when the movie transitioned from a monster movie with the spider thing and the plane crash to the one with the jungle. Is that ever explained? I was expecting there to be a tie in at some point--an enormous spider walking through the jungle?


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In Greta's defense, hats from that era were really something.


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Kevin Carlyle - almost 2 years ago

In the short I keep waiting for the robot to break out and start dancing like he does in More Human Than Human with Rob Zombie.


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Gal Dagon - about 2 years ago

You could say just about anything in Lugospeak and it would be funny.


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J.D. Martell - over 2 years ago

Around 31:30 Crow gives away his alternate identity a little bit.


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Brad D - over 2 years ago

Two words: George Reeves. 'Nuff said!


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Every time Joel talks about white male privilege it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside!


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NS - over 2 years ago

Pay attention to Joel's Jackie Gleason impression at the end. Two years later, a young fan mailed a picture of Crow labelled "Art," and the name stuck.


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Our House - over 2 years ago

One of THE funniest MST3K episodes. Constant riffing is dead-on, nonstop laughs.


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GallariaIchiban - over 2 years ago

I'm not sure there's anything more representative of the whimsical loneliness of being stranded in space than playing hide-and-seek with the universe.


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MB - almost 3 years ago

Why is it this movie makes me think they'll harvest "Pineal" juice?....