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511 - Gunslinger



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An adult curfew eh? Sooo Marshal law then?


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Marcus Hardy - 6 months ago

"You ever see a sheriff in a corset?"
"Yeah, your husband"


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K.T. Robot - 6 months ago

Well, as for the men in this town, I think we found Tom's castrati.


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$3000! That's a lot of money. You could have somebody killed for that today... ... or so I hear.


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How does the marshal have the power to banish people?


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Erik Huntsinger - 7 months ago

Tastiest sheriff of the Ooooold West.


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Marcus Hardy - 7 months ago

i love that i can put on almost any episode of this show, not really have to be payin attention, but will stil make me bust out into tears at some of things they riff. Television gold!


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Ray Garraty - 8 months ago

I've seen a lot of movies in my day but this may be the first to have a character killed off before the opening credits were finished.


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Crypto Dentist - 9 months ago

Forget being a female marshall; she could very well be arrested for indecent exposure for wearing pants and not a dress. (Then again she is the law...) Artistic license and all, but methinks the townsfolk would have been not a little surprised but downright appalled. However, this is a Corman film and there are way more points to criticize than simple historical accuracy.


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Teri Gee - 10 months ago

Gypsy looks more like the Loch Ness monster than a horse in the Pony Express sketch.


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Teri Gee - 10 months ago

POP HIM! POP HIM! POP! POP! POP!


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David - 11 months ago

Join in and play The Gunslinger Drinking Game! Just take a drink everytime Joel or one of the Bots mention something being invented.


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Tanishia Williams - 12 months ago

Beverly Garland sure loved kickin ass before she became everybody's TV grandma in shows like Scarecrow & Mrs. King and Remington Steele. She was even Superman's mom-in-law in Lois & Clark! If only he knew what she did in Gunslinger and Swamp Diamonds!


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Joseph Ewing - 12 months ago

Beverly Garland actually is taking the star way too seriously, except for having her husband murdered and everything. Instantly freaking over the 24-hour bar breaking curfew, then right after that scene, she tells the guy, "Either you turn around or I'll book you for rustling. What a power hungry bitch.


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Don Parmentier - 12 months ago

I don't understand why they used Sam Bass as the new marshall's name. Sam Bass was a notorious outlaw and train robber in the 1870's. Perhaps a little artistic license by our friend Roger Corman!


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Alyssa Transitoria - about 1 year ago

I kind of have a soft spot for the overly made up/ overly hornball anti heroines like the saloon owner here and 'Crazy eyebrows' lady in Hercules Unchained. Female bad guys just have to be trashy in these old movies.


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Watching the original movie from the link, and a few lines and scenes in the MST3K version are missing from the 'original' movie.


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Mike Carmona - over 1 year ago

Beverly Garland was not made for dresses.


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Bronn K - over 1 year ago

I like how no one was even slightly perturbed that she pulled out a gun at the funeral and shot a man in cold blood. They were all like, "Oh, who was that guy? Whatever, he's dead now."


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Cindy - over 1 year ago

Did Tom ever get his sammich order straightened out?


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James Perez - over 1 year ago

Dr. Forrester's psychic powers sound exactly like Brain Guy's psychic powers!


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Aileen Smithee - over 1 year ago

Sheriff Dim Bulb and Lead-Lidded John Wayne Lite-- possibly the least compelling couple in the history of cinema.


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Dana Xu - over 1 year ago

'Oh boy, that was a turd wasn't it?'
^__^


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Kimono Dragon - over 1 year ago

Did I just hear Crow say (23:00) "I'll just lie in state at the Corn Palace while 'Hooked on a Feeling' is sung by a quartet of castrati"? My life is complete!!!


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Kimono Dragon - over 1 year ago

The opening scene says May 21, 1878 was a Friday. How can I have any confidence at all in the writing team when May 21, 1878 was a TUESDAY?!? And how can I show my face in public after admitting that I actually looked up that fact? Don’t look at me… I’m hideous!


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Excuse me Ma'am, could you tell me where the marshal's office is in this one street town with all the giant signs on everything. And remember, as being the marshal is a job that required "Book Learnin'" you know I can read.


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1:23:20 "There's Jeep tracks on that hill." I've seen period Westerns that actually had cars driving past in the background.


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40:00 Oop, King Fisher was never in Law Enforcement.


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Brad Gravett - about 2 years ago

Also, has anyone noticed that Corman flicks always have a dark-haired submissive milquetoast wormy guy? Sometime he works for a powerful woman, or against them like Viking Women, but he always has a strong relationship with strong women of some kind. Possibly he's a Mary Sue...?


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Brad Gravett - about 2 years ago

Regardless what can be said about Corman's movies, the title and credit sequences always, always kick ass. This is probably the best of them, but I like them all.


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Chris Markovic - about 2 years ago

Uh, cue the horses...


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Victoria Mayer - over 2 years ago

The whole pony express bit had me in tears.


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NS - over 2 years ago

I love it when Tom warps space and time. Classic!