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Mutant on the Bounty (1989)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Sci-Fi | 18 August 1989 (USA)
An interplanetary research team is in for unidentified flying laughs when a musician who is lost in space crash-lands aboard their ship. Even more hilariously, the ravages of deep space ... See full summary »

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(as Robert Torrance)
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Max Gordon
John Roarke ...
Carlson
Deborah Benson ...
Justine
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Dag
Victoria Catlin ...
Babette
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Lizardo
Scott Williamson ...
Rick
John Durbin ...
Manny
Pepper Martin ...
Captain Llyodes
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Newsman
Fox Harris ...
Captain Ferris
Tim Torrance ...
Venturi 4 Crew
Rick Janov ...
Venturi 4 Crew
Debbie Clemmer ...
Venturi 4 Crew
Michael Ludin ...
Dead Alien
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An interplanetary research team is in for unidentified flying laughs when a musician who is lost in space crash-lands aboard their ship. Even more hilariously, the ravages of deep space have transformed him into a horrific freak--and two unidentified men give chase. Written by Muze, Inc.

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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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PG-13
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18 August 1989 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Űrhajótöröttek  »

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Max Gordon: First they mutilate me, then they lose my luggage. I don't think I'm even gonna get credit for my Frequent Flyer miles.
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Outtake of actors cracking up over scene where dead alien splatters all over their spaceship cabin. See more »

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References Mutiny on the Bounty (1935) See more »

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A dreadfully bad comedy movie...from '89!
27 October 1998 | by (Suffolk, VA. (U.S.A.)) – See all my reviews

Reviving B-movies is one thing, and unfortunately, MUTANT ON THE BOUNTY doesn't fit well in the modern, contemporary year of 1989 when movies were made to really attract viewers' tastes. This would have been a fairly decent film thirty years prior to this release, without the lame jokes and terrible acting performances. Even the sets are poorly designed, too! Who on Earth would let the actors wear their original garments in a spaceship anyway? It's also unbelievable that I counted 13 "F" words spoken, making it the highest number for a movie rated PG-13 by the M.P.A.A.! Here is yet another lame-brained comedy that gets tossed out of the window. Ranks right up there with LEONARD, PART 6!


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