Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 10, Episode 9

Gorgo (18 Jul. 1998)

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Mike and the 'bots gorge on Gorgo (1961), a maudlin monster mess featuring two giant mother-and-son lizards and a Samuel Beckett lookalike. Leonard Maltin shows up to hawk his movie guide, which inexplicably praises the film.

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Mike and the 'bots gorge on Gorgo (1961), a maudlin monster mess featuring two giant mother-and-son lizards and a Samuel Beckett lookalike. Leonard Maltin shows up to hawk his movie guide, which inexplicably praises the film.

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After this episode's original air date, it was never seen on TV again due to an unknown third party making a claim on the movie rights. It was not made available to the public again until 2013, when it was released in Shout! Factory's MST3K 25th Anniversary DVD set. See more »

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Mike Nelson: I think this movie's editing philosophy was "don't stay on anything too long; it doesn't look good enough."
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References Umberto D. (1952) See more »

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