Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 5, Episode 17

Crash of Moons (28 Nov. 1992)

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The crew pokes fun at another segment of a 1960s episode of General Hospital (1963) before watching an astronaut attempt to stop two planets from colliding with each other in Crash of Moons... See full summary »

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The crew pokes fun at another segment of a 1960s episode of General Hospital (1963) before watching an astronaut attempt to stop two planets from colliding with each other in Crash of Moons (1954). The guys read through Crow's latest screenplay called "A Space Opera" and have a chat with John Banner on the Hexfield. Written by skillwithaquill

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