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Visit our archives of the MST3K pages previously hosted by the Sci-Fi Channel's SCIFI.COM.

Goodbye Sci-Fi

Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett reflect on MST3K's final broadcast.

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RIP Patrick Williams

Santa Monica, CALIF–Patrick Williams, who was best-known for his Emmy-winning television music but who was also a renowned and Grammy-winning big-band jazz leader and arranger, died July 25, of complications from cancer at St. John’s Hospital here. He was 79. Williams earned an Oscar nomination (for adapting opera in “Breaking Away,” 1979), […]

RIP Tab Hunter

Santa Barbara, Calif.–Tab Hunter, the chiseled 1950s heartthrob who starred in dozens of films, including “Damn Yankees,” died at Cottage Hospital here on July 8. He was 86. MSTies will recall he played evil mastermind Stayczek in the movie in episode 614- SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL.

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We should note the sad passing of Koko the gorilla, whom Bobo claimed to be descended from (I have to admit I had forgotten that).

More about her here.

RIP Maria Rohm

Toronto — Maria Rohm, an Austrian actress and producer and the widow of British producer Harry Alan Towers, died here June 18.

Born Helga Grohmann in Vienna, she started her acting career at the very young age, working at the famous Viennese Burgtheatre as a child actor from ages 4 through 13. […]

RIP Michael Ford

Oscar-winning set decorator Michael Ford, who worked on franchises including “Star Wars,” James Bond and Indiana Jones, has died. He was 90.

Longtime MSTies might know that early in his career he served as assistant art director for the two episodes of the TV show “Space: 1999,” that were seen in episode […]