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The Mystery Science Theater 3000 Collection: vol. 4 (1997-1999)

Cast: Michael J. Nelson, Michael J. Nelson
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Rhino Home Video
Genre: Comedies, Cult, Television, Parodies, Television Comedy, Robots & Cyborgs, Comedy TV, Cult TV, Shakespeare, Cult TV
Languages: English
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Are you ready to laugh at the world's...make that the universe's...worst movies? From the comfort of The Satellite of Love, Mike Nelson and his trusty companions, the wisecracking Crow and well-read chick magnet Tom Servo, make suffering through Hollywood's worst films a breeze. Adding their own dialogue, barrage of witty remarks and an occasional colorful skit, the hours fly by like they were only 60 minutes long!

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Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Girl in Gold Boots (1999)
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7.32 (62 votes)
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Hamlet (1999)
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6.62 (56 votes)
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Overdrawn at the Memory Bank (1997)
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7.48 (66 votes)
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Space Mutiny (1997)
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8.09 (66 votes)

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"Oh, God, I wish I had that pretty mind back!" by underdog February 23, 2004 - 11:34 AM PST
4 out of 4 members found this review helpful
Our poor pals on the Satellite of Love get us through this utter nonsense from the late 60s about a guy who picks up a waitress in a roadside diner, takes her to Hollywood with promises of fame and fortune, and succeeds... in getting her a gig as a go-go dancer at a sleazy club alongside his drugged-out sister. Meanwhile, a sinister gang of generic bad guys [tm] is involved. Lots of go-go booty shaking and some hilariously bad music (although not as bad as the folk songs in Eegah!), and a bunch of great riffs, make this a good, not great MST3K episode. Think "Showgirls" of 60s zero budget go-go movies. It's worth it just to see Crow shake his moneymaker in one memorable skit, as well as Tom Servo singing a great riff at the end, and the "Icky Elf guy" who really is..icky.

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