MST3K Little Gold Statue Preview Special (1995)

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Tom and Crow preview the nominees for the 1995 Academy Awards and give their predictions.

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Tom and Crow preview the nominees for the 1995 Academy Awards and give their predictions.

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A funny little spoof of the Oscar preview shows
12 July 2001 | by (Atlanta, Georgia) – See all my reviews

In this half-hour long special, the Robots of Mystery Science Theater 3000 preview the Oscars for the film year 1994. They review the movies in a light-hearted fashion and become completely obsessed with Robert Redford, the director of 1994 Best Picture nominee Quiz Show. This is an amusing little special that effectively spoofs the more glitzy Oscar previews that pop-up every March.


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