Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 11, Episode 13

Diabolik (8 Aug. 1999)

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Pearl accidentally destroys the device controlling the Satellite of Love, sending the ship into a deadly trajectory towards Earth, but Mike and the bots have enough time to watch one last film: the '60s Euro-spy classic "Danger: Diobolik".

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Pearl accidentally destroys the device controlling the Satellite of Love, sending the ship into a deadly trajectory towards Earth, but Mike and the bots have enough time to watch one last film: the '60s Euro-spy classic "Danger: Diobolik".

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At the end of the episode Mike and the 'Bots are watching The Crawling Eye (1958) - this was the first film to be feature in the network debut of the series in 1989. See more »

Quotes

[last lines of the series]
Mike Nelson: Who's for rice?
Crow: Would you sit down? The movie's about to start.
Tom Servo: Dummy.
Announcer: WGNJ TV in Milwaukee presents our Saturday afternoon movie, The Crawling Eye.
Tom Servo: The Crawling Eye- the Marty Feldman story.
Mike Nelson: Oh Forrest Tucker. He's the guy who makes sure the trees' shirttails are in.
Crow: This movie looks kind of familiar, doesn't it?
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References The Graduate (1967) See more »

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To Earth
Music by Michael J. Nelson
Lyrics by Kevin Murphy
Performed by Michael J. Nelson, Bill Corbett, Patrick Brantseg and Kevin Murphy
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