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Weekend Discussion Thread: Grand Theft Movie

Alert reader Larry suggests:

In the “Beast of Yucca Flats,’ Mike accuses para-deputy Jim Archer of stealing the movie. I would argue that the mom and dad of yucca flats were the guilty party. but it had me wondering, who else in MST’d history was guilty of stealing a scene or movie when no one was looking. Or caring.

What’s your pick?

107 Replies to “Weekend Discussion Thread: Grand Theft Movie”

  1. mando3b says:

    GareChicago: I can sum up that WDT right now, quick and easy:

    The Killer Shrews. They literally chewed the scenery.

    Gare

    . . . AND select members of the cast!

       4 likes

  2. GareChicago says:

    mando3b: . . . AND select members of the cast!

    Luckily there was a typewriter handy. Also booze.

    Gare

       5 likes

  3. Blonde Russian Spy says:

    Nobody’s mentioned the blind guy in Rocket Attack USA – the original reason for the existence of the stinger.

    “Help me.”

       10 likes

  4. Cornjob says:

    “I’m sure it all made much more sense in Hal Warren’s head.”

    I wouldn’t bet on anything making sense in Hal Warren’s head.

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  5. touches no one's life, then leaves says:

    “Yeah, I made a weird-*ss nonsensical movie. What kind of movie did YOU make…?”

    ;-)

       3 likes

  6. touches no one's life, then leaves says:

    touches no one’s life, then leaves: I regret to report that that word does not mean what you think it means:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catarrh

    I think there IS a stringed instrument with a similar name, but thus far my guesses on its spelling have been inaccurate. So it goes.

    Wait, now I remember, it’s not a CATAR, it’s a SITAR!

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sitar

    Well, that was pointless…
    ;-)

       1 likes

  7. Xerxes the cat in The Atomic Brain.

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