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411 - The Magic Sword



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Debbie Singleton - 19 days ago

Is Tom wearing socks as a Serf? So cute!


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Teri Gee - 28 days ago

I actually kind of like this movie. It's the kind of film I would have really enjoyed as a kid.


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Sean Barry - 3 months ago

Hahahahaha 40:10 Joel has his lines written on the back of his shield. Classic.


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Sean Barry - 3 months ago

"Strider! Boromir!" I love Servo's pre-Peter Jackson LOTR references.


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Donald Petkus - 4 months ago

I wish the boys didn't talk over Basil Rathbone's lines.


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Joseph Ewing - 4 months ago

Did George's step-mom imprison those knights or what?


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Joseph Ewing - 4 months ago

I wonder if Joel thought of the thing about Gypsy's hat being able to double as a unicorn horn thing on the spot. It kind of seems like he thought of it in the moment while looking at Gypsy.


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Joseph Ewing - 4 months ago

If the father of the two sisters sent knights who died at the third curse, then how are the first curses there when George comes?


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Scott Morrow - 4 months ago

Let it be known that the true hero of this movie was Estelle Winwood... and she was locked in a basement for half the film by what the film tried to pass off as a protagonist.


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Bruce Box-Liker - 5 months ago

Our hero here just kind of meanders through the story, buffeted from plot point to plot point by the seemingly random machinations of his foes, his friends, and his zombie slaves. The only opponent he manages to defeat by his own merit is his mother.


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Tanishia Williams - 7 months ago

With a title like The Magic Sword, I thought this was gonna be a porno.


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jli@hush.com - 7 months ago

1:04:30 I have an idea to escape. Hey Cool-aid!


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jli@hush.com - 7 months ago

I’ll come back and let you out after I’ve rescued the princess, except in the 99.9% likely chance I’m killed. Then, you’re on your own.


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jli@hush.com - 7 months ago

Sorcerers have a lot of undeclared surveillance equipment.


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jli@hush.com - 7 months ago

Hey what do you know, ANOTHER movie I’ve seen. I even riffed this one.


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Rhys Patterson - 7 months ago

Okay Estelle's breasts bother me in this movie I have to say it. That is a lot of gravity time and entropy to defy there. They also don't move when she does. They actually remind me of couch cushions my grandma had.


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Gregory Robert Dunn - 8 months ago

This was actually a decent movie. Well done filmmaking considering the budget as everything. I can't help but like old Bert for making this. I think he developedvas a film maker since the spider movie.I wonder if he will finish his new film... And if it will be cheesy.


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David Busch - 8 months ago

I actually own a copy of this movie on DVD! lol


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Joseph Ewing - 9 months ago

Estelle Winwood more than twice Crow's age? More like nearly ten years dead at the point this episode was made.


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Joseph Ewing - 9 months ago

11:11 I'm in love too


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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - 9 months ago

I think Estelle was kinda cute, imho, and being a bit chauvinistic, she did have a nice rack! *lol*


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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - 9 months ago

This movie always reminds me to always trust your horse, he knows a lot more than you do!


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Colleen Swiggum - 9 months ago

at least i can always draw you the way i want to, without a stitch on, *lmao i think that is pretty creepy*


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Gregg Hammerquist - 10 months ago

Sir Frampton goes from being a freshman to a senior over the course of this film.


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Gregg Hammerquist - 10 months ago

What's the 'I'm furious yellow!' a reference to; the only thing I can find is The Simpsons.


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Anne Fleming - 10 months ago

I recently watched this movie when it aired on TCM. This is the first time I've watched the riffed version. At least it will make it easier to watch!


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Mike McCain - 10 months ago

sometimes the way that you love me makes me want to go back to vietnam


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Joseph Ewing - 11 months ago

I think that letter at the end really touched Joel and the crew. That was actually somewhat powerful.


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Mike Carmona - 11 months ago

I feel a strange urge to play/ watch Dragon's Lair whenever I watch this. Actually, it seems a better alternative than watching this WITHOUT Joel and the bots.


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Phil Carstens - about 1 year ago

Huh. I decided to watch this one tonight, so I Wikipedia'd it, and learned it's supposed to (loosely) be about St. George. And it just so happens to be the feast of St. George today.


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Desiree Ashcraft - about 1 year ago

I think Burnt Eye burnt the budget on the whole dragon thing....


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Desiree Ashcraft - about 1 year ago

So Estelle turned into a cougar. Safe to say she's Crow's cougar? I know, bad one....


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Nicholas Brownlee - about 1 year ago

It almost hurts to admit, but this IS quite good for Bert I. Gordon...Crow's infatuation with Estelle is extremely creepy, though! It really makes me uncomfortable.


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Nicholas Brownlee - about 1 year ago

Dragon Trainer?!?


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Rhys Patterson - about 1 year ago

The movie where you can read the inside of Basil Rathbone's skull "ennui... ENNUI!"


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Angel Vomit - about 1 year ago

"oh, I get it, he's got cable"


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Fredrick Stafford - about 1 year ago

The sad part is after all that trouble the Princess left the poor dope six months later for the two headed guy.


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Kiri T. Unicorn - over 1 year ago

01:02- Bronson Canyon, in color!


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Kiri T. Unicorn - over 1 year ago

I think the knights' "chain mail" was later re-used in "Monty Python and the Holy Grail". At least this production could afford real horses.


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Aileen Smithee - over 1 year ago

Another favorite of mine. I bet single-digit-aged Me would've been terrified of those crappy-a** ghosts, too.


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Super McWonderfull - over 1 year ago

Anyone else notice some of the extras are CONEHEADS ?? ?? ??


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Bruce Box-Liker - over 1 year ago

Who the hell is the woman who appears to the princess in the beginning? I'm wondering if they had to re-cast the villain after shooting only one scene.


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trumpy - over 1 year ago

Now when you go see the Bloody Unicorn Puppet Theatre's production of Marat/Sade, you can still have your hands free to scribble poetry or dab on patchouli oil!


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David Bowie's C Ock - over 1 year ago

If you were wondering why there are never any Princess Bride jokes in pertinent MST3K episodes... somebody in said in a writer's meeting "Fine! One episode, ever!" and here it is.


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Scott Davis - over 1 year ago

I love Crow's Picture/Insignia on his Knight armor.


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Kelly Slane - over 1 year ago

I gotta say, that dragon sounds a lot like a tie-fighter...


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Rachel Anne Mullins - over 1 year ago

Serf's up!


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Renaynay - over 1 year ago

The bots make cute doggies.


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Kiri T. Unicorn - over 1 year ago

Six years after this, Gary Lockwood gets killed by a computer!


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Robert Ferguson - over 1 year ago

"Sir Cheddar Clowns A-Lot" Some of Servos' rants, at times, catch me completely off guard. Now, about this movie, it's like a Nyquil Daiquiri, it visual tasted awful, your better off scraping acoustic ceiling WITHOUT safety glasses !!


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Kimono Dragon - over 1 year ago

So this is what "Princess Bride" fans have to watch for eternity when they go to hell, huh? Chilling... They even had a 'pit of despair'.


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Bruce Box-Liker - almost 2 years ago

Funny how the part of the incantation that the witch can't remember is the part where she comes out and says exactly what she's trying to accomplish. And it rhymed. How do you forget that?


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Adam Marinello - almost 2 years ago

Thanks for leaving in the Adam West commercial!


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Adam Marinello - almost 2 years ago

The "Knights Theme" at 27:27 sounds like that song that plays in The Last Crusade whenever the Nazis show up.


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NS - about 2 years ago

Estelle Winwood had been dead for about eight years when this episode first aired. Poor Crow.


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RevJJVQ - about 2 years ago

King Grady! XD