Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 3, Episode 3

Jungle Goddess (6 Oct. 1990)

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An heiress stranded in Africa is made queen of the jungle in the feature film and Bela Lugosi stars in the short The Phantom Creeps (1939). Joel and the Bots create their own infomercial.

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Joel opens the invention exchange with a remote band saw while the Mads introduce a saxophone that uses Dr. F's head. Then Joel and the 'bots watch the first installment of the serial "The Phantom Creeps", with Bela Lugosi as a mad scientist who plans to sell his giant robot to an evil foreign power. Then, for the feature, the boys watch the 1948 jungle adventure "Jungle Goddess", about a troupe of fortune hunters who go deep into the African jungle looking for an heiress who is now being worshiped by the natives. Written by Jerry Roberts

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