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  1. mst3kme
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    Also, Just the Jokes-“Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” was released two weeks ago. :-)

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  2. Sitting Duck
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    The MST3K connections for Martial Law are as follows. David Carradine as Dalton Rhodes was the Dark One In wizards of the Lost Kingdom 2. Rick Walters as Cramer was Mike London in Laserblast. Cinematographer John Huneck was also DP for No Retreat, No Surrender, seen in the most recent tour.

    In Last Woman on Earth, our old pal Roger Corman was director and producer. Betsy Jones-Moreland as Evelyn Gern was Thyra in Viking Women. Producer Charles Hannawalt was key grip for Viking Women, Swamp Diamonds, Gunslinger, The Undead, and The Screaming Skull. Production manager and assistant director Jack Bohrer was production manager for Attack of the Giant Leeches and Night of the Blood Beast, as well as assistant director for Teenage Cave Man and Viking Women. He was also assistant director for many of Corman’s Poe adaptations.

    The original poster for Last Woman on Earth is a classic. The image features the titular Last Woman, whose only garb is what appears to be a bed sheet slung over her shoulder. One end is conveniently wafting in front of her area. The other end (speaking of titular) drapes over her right breast, with a lock of her hair partially covering her left breast. Haven’t seen it yet, but I’m betting Mr. Corman failed to deliver on the promise of female nudity (much to the likely disappointment of horny late Fifties teen boys).

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  3. Yeti of Great Danger
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    “The loser son has a loser brother? Is that even legal???”

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  4. Terry the Sensitive Knight
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    another David Carradine movie? I’m still recovering from Future Zone

    although, the mesh shirt guy was kinda cute…

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  5. jay
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    The Last Woman On Earth –

    One woman and two men. In a realistic portrayal I suspect she would flee after the first day of incessant mansplaining.

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  6. Gare_chicago
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    Sitting Duck:
    The original poster for Last Woman on Earth is a classic. The image features the titular Last Woman, whose only garb is what appears to be a bed sheet slung over her shoulder. One end is conveniently wafting in front of her area. The other end (speaking of titular) drapes over her right breast, with a lock of her hair partially covering her left breast. Haven’t seen it yet, but I’m betting Mr. Corman failed to deliver on the promise of female nudity (much to the likely disappointment of horny late Fifties teen boys).

    Great work on the connections list.

    +1 for “titular” in this context.

    Gare

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  7. Sitting Duck
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    Sitting Duck:
    The MST3K connections for Martial Law are as follows … Rick Walters as Cramer was Mike London in Laserblast.

    FTW which character Mike London was, he’s the lab tech who looks like Gertrude Stein.

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