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The Mads Announce Next Livestream

Join Trace and Frank as they live-riff MANOS: THE HANDS OF FATE. Neither of them has watched MANOS since the original MST3K episode was taped for Comedy Central over 27 years ago.

Joining the Mads for a Q&A following the movie will be Jackey Neyman Jones, who starred as “Debbie” in MANOS as a child.

Get your ticket(s) here.

7 Replies to “The Mads Announce Next Livestream”

  1. Chazzzbot says:

    So excited about our anti-Christmas present from The Mads. P.S. I’ve been a little obsessed with writing songs for The Mads. Here is my latest…
    https://youtu.be/qsCIFhYriaI

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  2. Chazzzbot says:

    Here is more Unofficial Mads Unofficial Soundtrack of Unofficial Music to pour into your undeserving hearing holes :)

    https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGXI6Ctho4W_sDBIQ_2o9m59THFo3z2UR

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  3. mst3kme says:

    Jackey Neyman Jones takes this terrible film in good spirits, especially when considering her voice was dubbed.

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  4. Terry the Sensitive Knight says:

    mst3kme:
    Jackey Neyman Jones takes this terrible film in good spirits, especially when considering her voice was dubbed.

    Furthermore, it’s an utter tragedy that John Reynolds committed suicide seeing how iconic his character has become…

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  5. Jason says:

    Terry the Sensitive Knight: Furthermore, it’s an utter tragedy that John Reynolds committed suicide seeing how iconic his character has become…

    Especially since he had that posthumous cameo on Elementary.

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  6. Kenneth Morgan says:

    mst3kme:
    Jackey Neyman Jones takes this terrible film in good spirits, especially when considering her voice was dubbed.

    Her book on the making of the movie is a great read. It actually changed my opinion of the movie by showing that it was made by some talented people who ended up making a really bad flick.

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  7. Chazzzbot says:

    I read the book as well. An enlightening and entertaining read.

    Growing Up with Manos: The Hands of Fate: How I was the Child Star of the Worst Movie Ever Made and Lived to Tell the Story

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