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Annotated Version of “Manos”

Our pals at the annotated MST3K web site are at it again. This time “Manos” gets the treatment. If you see something they missed, tell them in the comments — the youtube comments, not the comments here.

8 Replies to “Annotated Version of “Manos””

  1. Cherokee Jack says:

    I’m confused. How does this work?


  2. Blooglspash says:

    Cherokee Jack:
    I’m confused. How does this work?

    As a video of the full episode plays, text boxes appear on the screen explaining each of the riffs.


  3. hamdinger says:

    “text box annotations” do NOT work on a mobile device – guess this is desktop only.


  4. Cherokee Jack says:

    NOW I get it! Thanks, fellow Misties!


  5. Johnny's nonchalance says:

    HE’S Cherokee Jack.


  6. goalieboy82 says:

    off topic but (wanted to keep it where people can see if after today since the birthday’s and deaths are gone after today)
    i watched a little bit of The Green Berets (John Wayne film) last night. Ray Kellogg directed it and David Janssen was in it too. not a half bad movie by the way (movie of its time).


  7. goalieboy82 says:

    i think sampo should put on the site a place for daily mst3k things (like things you see that remind you of mst3k or movies you saw on tv/netflix and such that has people connected with mst3k) like i put with the Green Berets).


  8. Richard the Lion Footed says:

    You also cannot download the annotated version form Youtube.
    You can get the movie with a downloader, but the annotation does not come through.
    Much the pitty.


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