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1112 - Carnival Magic



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patsignor1966 - 16 days ago
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**MST3K FAN EXCLUSIVE** 30 Year Anniversary NEW Fan Based Show Opening. This is a version NEVER seen on TV. I encourage you to watch it to the very end. 2:34, the real hardcore MSTIES should appreciate it. Do hope everyone will. What episode is the final clip from? ENJOY....
https://youtu.be/IDu4AgDp_bM


Luke? Is that really you??
SylkRode - 3 months ago
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Apparently, P.T. Mindslap was played by none other than "Mark Hamill." It's hard to believe - is there another Mark Hamill out there I don't know about or is he that good?


Jeff Lingenfelter - 10 months ago
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okay, does anyone know why Dr. Poole had to have one person be on film and another person do the voice? Also, Alex had to have a really long big toe to work the gas peddle.


ManDance! '92 - 10 months ago
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Wonderfully wild shifts in tone. Instant classic.


Al Adamson Classic
John Adams - about 1 year ago
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Regina Carrol, who played Kate, this was her last film, was the wife of the director Al Adamson, she starred in a huge number of movies Al made. She died in 1992 and Al was murdered three years later. I know Joel prefers to have MST3K feature relatively clean flicks, but a couple of Adamson's classics like SATANS SADISTS or HELLS BLOODY DEVILS would be hilarious to review. Especially for the fact that Russ Tamblyn aka Riff from West Side Story plays Anchor, a murderous Biker in SATANS SADISTS. Crow and Servo would have a ball with these movies


MSTeacher3K - about 1 year ago
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This one gives The Incredibly Strange Creatures a run for its money as one of the top 5 most bizarre movies featured on MST. I can't figure out if it's supposed to be funny or serious. Plus, it's just ugly-the clothing, the characters, the chimp's "voice"-very unappealing.


Snuffy Wuffykiss - over 1 year ago
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Markov is the savior, All hail Markov.