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I have a vision: MST3K on DVD! I came up with this idea even before Rhino shipped their first MST3K DVD. Now, I have around 16 episodes on DVD that Rhino didn't do.
They even had a movie, although the movie people dulled it some.
|Famous in their own way.||(Pictures here were taken prior to the DVD effort)|
|[Soon]||Joe Don Baker, who was featured in Mitchell and Final Justice.|
|[Likely never]||John DeLanciein SST: Death Flight, where he was not omnipotent.|
|[A cowboy scientist!]||Clint Eastwood appeared as a lab assistant in Revenge of the Creature|
|Peter Graves in parts: the clonus horror. He can also be found in Attack of the Eye Creatures, Beginning of the End, It Conquered the World, and SST: Death Flight.|
|[In a suit, coat, and tie?]||Alan Hale, Jr., who appeared in Angles' Revenge, The Crawling Hand and The Giant Spider Invasion. Its no surprise his major role was a goofy character.|
|[Use your imagination]||Gregory Peck and Gene Hackman in Space Travelers|
|[No imagination, no picture]||Robert Heinlein, the author of the story that Project Moon Base is based upon.|
|[Swim suit time!]||Kathy Ireland, who was in Alien form L.A., and some other laughable films, proving that models are not necessarily actors.|
|[Large, lumbering, bald man]||Tor Johnson, who played Lobo, a character who took some classes at Devry (spelling?) for Bride of the Monster. He also appeared in The Unearthly and The Beast of Yucca Flats.|
|[Later]||Raul Julia, who played Aram Fingal and Nick in Overdrawn at the Memory Bank. Who is scarier: Fingal or Adams?|
Krankor in Prince of Space
Listen to Krankor laugh about the fate of the Price of Space (Duke of Puddles made no personal appearance)
|[The tongue!!]||Leslie Nielsen, who had a part in City on Fire.|
|[A magician in a funny hat]||Jack Palance, who graced numerous scenes in Outlaw and Angels' Revenge.|
|Donald Pleasence in Puma Man (pictured) and Warrior of the Lost World|
|[Use your imagination]||Leonard Maltin. They joked about the ratings he gave a few movies in a skit in the episode with Laserblast. He made a real appearence in a skit during season 9.|
|[KTMA -- too old]||Tom Selleck portrayed McCauley the early Superdome episode.|
|[Hoodlum in a car]||Mel Torme, who appeared in Girls Town.|
|[Black & white image of a writer at work]||Jules Verne, who wrote the basis of the story used for Alien from L.A.|
|[Standing next to himself]||David Warner, who arrested himself in Quest of the Delta Knights.|
|[A grave]||H.G. Wells, contributor of stories that where mutilated to form Riding With Death and Village of the Giants.|
|[A conductor]||John Williams, who composed the music in Daddy-O.|
Mike & Tom are doing a jelly bean counting game on the right.
Crow enters from the left with a gun
Crow: yelling: "Bean counters!!"
Crow fires the gun wildly in the air
Mike: to Crow "Crow, put that thing down before you put a hole in the Satellite of Love! Didn't your mother tell you not to . . ."
Crow, in a fit of anger, shoots Mike while yelling "Mother!"
Mike falls down with a nice plop sound.
Crow looks down at Mike in amazement, mouth wide open. Gasps.
Tom: "Mike . . . Mike, you still with us?"
Tom: "Good, then I don't have to clean you up."
Crow regains some composure
Crow: "So, I didn't really kill you?"
Mike: with effort: "Motral wound . . . I'll be fine."
Crow: composure back. Starts with nervous laughter: "Oh, good. Heh, heh. Cause I didn't really mean to shoot you Mike, but you made me think of my mother. She was killed in a crash dummy test."
Tom consoles Crow
Tom: "Its OK Crow, its OK."
Tom moves to be with Crow on the left
Crow: "Thanks, Tom."
Tom: "He's such a mess. Couldn't you have used a virus or something?"
Crow: "It was on backorder."
Tom & Crow leave to the left
Mike manages to crawl up
Mike: with effort "We'll be right back"
Mike presses the commercial sign light, then falls down with a nice plop sound
Composure in this case includes voice.