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

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  1. jay says:

    Well, it can’t be Sweden because Sweden has a neutrality policy going way back and nobody invades Sweden, right? So maybe this film was made by some Norwegians to slander Sweden, eh?

    NATIONAL JOKE OF NORWAY: How many Swedes does it take to grease a sawmill? Two, if you run them through real slow.

    Not really funny, but then it’s a Norwegian joke. Uff da!

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  2. Yeti of Great Danger says:

    This is a tempting Rifftrax; looks like a movie they might have picked back in the halcyon days of MST3K. Maybe it’s John Carradine, maybe it’s the bad monster costume.

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  3. skrag2112 says:

    This looks like a Scandinavian version of ‘Monster A Go-Go’.

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  4. skrag2112:
    This looks like a Scandinavian version of ‘Monster A Go-Go’.

    Yes, usually when there’s a narrator (qv. Creeping Terror, Rocket Attack USA, Beast of Yucca Flats), it’s often a sign that there’s quite a bit of the movie missing.
    Unless it’s Nordic, and then there’s a lot of the movie that’s foreign and missing.

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  5. littleaimishboy says:

    Hey, are those Observers, those guys observing over there?

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  6. Mibbitmaker says:

    littleaimishboy:
    Hey, are those Observers, those guys observing over there?

    Looks like they’re Observers AND Coneheads!

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  7. goalieboy82 says:

    skrag2112:
    This looks like a Scandinavian version of ‘Monster A Go-Go’.

    but there was no Scandinavian version of ‘Monster A Go-Go’.

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  8. goalieboy82 says:

    look like one of John Carradine’s better films.

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  9. jay says:

    Mibbitmaker: Looks like they’re Observers AND Coneheads!

    If this had been an Ingmar Bergman film those guys would have been “Death”. You know, the guy you meet when you’re out of pier.

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  10. Joel Lillo says:

    jay: NATIONAL JOKE OF NORWAY: How many Swedes does it take to grease a sawmill? Two, if you run them through real slow.

    Not really funny, but then it’s a Norwegian joke. Uff da!

    Actually, Norwegians tell jokes about themselves. This is where all the Ole and Lena jokes come from.

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  11. jay says:

    Joel Lillo: Actually, Norwegians tell jokes about themselves. This is where all the Ole and Lena jokes come from.

    Actually, they don’t tell Ole and Lena jokes in Norway. If you are on the streets of Trondheim and ask a local who Ole and Lena are you will probably get blank stare. Now if you go to Zap, North Dakota they will probably respond with their favorite O&L such as –

    Lena goes to da newspaper and says, “Yew yust put OLE DIED, okay”? The editor says, “Lena, we give you the first five words for free, ya know”. Lena responds, “Okay den, yew put OLE DIED. BOAT FOR SALE”.

    UFF DA! (That’s what Charlie Brown says in Norway instead of “Good Grief!”). It is the required expletive after hearing an Ole and Lena joke.

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