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305 - Stranded in Space



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For a society where everyone lives in harmony, there sure do seem to be a lot of guns.


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James Wolfe - about 1 month ago

Ba..ba...bup...bup...bwup...bwup...ba


"How High the Moon(s)....."
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Did it annoy anyone else that the trio of 'moons' never varied in their spatial/orbital relationship to each other when shown? The implications defy physics.....


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Buffalo Rider - 4 months ago

I like this "movie"

It has a neat concept at least. A bit different from most TV things.


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Snuffy Wuffykiss - 6 months ago

Whew. this was a tough one... the riffs are good but the movie is just sooo sloooow it took me three tries to finish it.


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Last of the Wild Ponies - 6 months ago

Does the bad guy in this movie (second banana to the bald guy) look like Ricardo Mantalbon to anyone else?


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Last of the Wild Ponies - 6 months ago

13:28 "You know a man named Tony Angelo?" No, but I know his brother, Michael.


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Jack Glastra - 12 months ago

George Orwell should have sued the studio who made this.


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Derrick Frazier - over 1 year ago

I really want those Topper TV Trading Cards. Especially the Kids in Court set.


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TANKK 3000 - over 1 year ago

And to think the bad guy in this gets old and fat and runs the southern sun in space mutiny......oh and has an entire colony of people living in his beard lmao


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Kyle Dameron - over 1 year ago

I've seen the movie that gets shown in the opening credits, it's actually a lot worse than Stranded in Space.


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MSTeacher3K - over 1 year ago

At 1:23:18, as the old doctor and the lady walk into the room, does Servo say, "I brought the vag"?


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Stereo Catz - over 1 year ago

This movie did in fact go to series, but the title was changed to Spider-man Unlimited and evil Wayne Newton was replaced with a talking goat.


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Teri Gee - almost 2 years ago

I love the invention exchange! I haven't watched this episode in a while, but all the different sound effects was really fun.


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korey green - almost 2 years ago

That guy on the left plays a ghost on Young and the Restless


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John Rivett - almost 2 years ago

The Doctor was also in the old Buck Rodgers tv show from the 70's


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Is that a shout-out from Servo to Mike at the very end of the movie? Its right after the random family finds the astronaut on the beach. The father gives his name as "Todd Nelson" and then Servo says "Mike Nelson".


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Patrick Swayze Christmas - about 2 years ago

Cameron Mitchell sure fills up the screen! -](:}'


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Brian Peter Vandenbroek - about 2 years ago

Well, so long, Chinese Lanterns.


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Brian Peter Vandenbroek - about 2 years ago

Water, the source of all bad acting.
And how!!!


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Donald Petkus - over 2 years ago

Finally! An explanation of what the mads did with the data they collected. Completely plausible.


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Just added the link to the original 1973 version of Stranded in Space, titled: The Stranger.


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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - over 2 years ago

Makes ya feel sorry for right-handers. Oh wait, I am left-handed! *lol*


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Elisa Farrington - over 2 years ago

Good thing: Steve Franken as Henry (unfortunately not a funny role; check him out in The Party). Bad thing: Crow is wearing his feety pajammies but we can't see the feet!


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Colleen Swiggum - over 2 years ago

tony's scrot, served in the best restaurants at the end of the universe


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Based on the opening scenes of this movie, I am convinced this was the movie they took some scenes from and edited into Pod People OR vice versa.


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Richard Deakin - over 2 years ago

Another pilot for a lame TV series that never got off the ground! For all those old school Star Trek fans out there, the "Stranded In Space" guy Neil is Zephram Cochrane inventor of the warp drive from that "Guardian" episode "Metamorphasis" :-)


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Mike Carmona - over 2 years ago

The alarm blaring in the boiler room sounds oddly like a scream... Huh! I have a strange desire to watch Nightmare on Elm Street all of a sudden.


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Anthony DiCrecchio - almost 3 years ago

Wow, it's like 1984 except not as good!


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Dr Rivera Looked alarmingly like Parker, from Thunderbirds!!


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Kelly Slane - almost 3 years ago

OK seriously, what is with the opening/closing credits on films like this (and Pod People, Cave Dwellers, etc.) where its nothing to do with the actual film?Anyone know?


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Dakota Hyde - almost 3 years ago

I recommend Yul Brynner


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Leslie Doesn't Get You - almost 3 years ago

Really? They named the astronaut Neil? Original.


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Fredrick Stafford - about 3 years ago

Understandably this series pilot was not picked up in 1973, yet Buddy Ebsens’s unwatchable Barnaby Jones was? Eight seasons of basically an older version of Glenn Corbett (who by the way appeared in two episodes of Barnaby Jones) sleepwalking through tepid plots; nice job ’73 season!


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Cornjob - about 3 years ago

Room 420!


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Scooter Atreides - over 3 years ago

The film stock in this movie is unbelievably ugly: It's like if Coleman Francis made films in color. :P


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Matt Towler - over 3 years ago

A planet where left-handed apes evolved from man?!


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Kimono Dragon - over 3 years ago

Sci-fi with ZERO budget... It's exactly like filming in Des Moines, but it's NOT! Mwa ha ha ha ha! THAT'S what's so scary! Then we'll make the people... LEFT HANDED! Almost TOO Terrifying!


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Puma Man - over 3 years ago

Tibby!


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Alex Stefanic - over 3 years ago

What do you think Wards A,B,C, and D have in them?


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Sage Harpuia - over 3 years ago

A guy stranded in space, watching a movie called "Stranded in Space". Oh, the irony!


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crowbate - over 3 years ago

Good 'un boyz and botz.


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trumpy - almost 4 years ago

This episode is one long tribute to men's department store fashion of the '80s-- Botany 500, Hagar, Dad & Lad, even Sansabelt! I hope Joel was able to update his wardrobe when he left the SoL...


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Matthew Eickhoff - almost 4 years ago

The writing on the segments on this episode seem to be more polished, straight forward. It would be interesting to know the back story about which episodes they intended to be submitted for awards or used by the studio as a high example of what the show is about.


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Cyanide - about 4 years ago

The old man from the bookstore looks like Abe Vigoda. lmao