Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 4, Episode 12

Gamera vs. Guiron (7 Sep. 1991)

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It's Gamera Movie #4, including the Gamera Theme Song and a reenactment of an old favorite magic trick.

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Joel and the bots endure their fourth Gamera movie after a quick lunch and putting their Collapsable Trash Can against the Mads' Rorschach Centerfolds for a randier analysis in the Invention Exchange. During the movie, Joel and the gang sings the English version of the Gamera Theme Song (not the most accurate translation) and then reenacts the famous "Sawed-In-Half Person" magic trick with Servo's Guiron costume. Joel and the bots then do the life and times of Richard Burton (or the one non-Asian kid from the movie) and in the end, they sing the Japanese version of the Gamera Theme Song (still not accurate) while the Mads enjoy an evening of Michael Feinstein's piano version of the song. Written by Titus Yorick

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Little boys: Save us, Gamera! Save us!
Tom Servo: Kill them, Gamera! Kill them!
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References Vision Quest (1985) See more »

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Performed by Joel Hodgson and Kevin Murphy (as "Shave and Lobotomy")
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