Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 3, Episode 10

King Dinosaur (22 Dec. 1990)

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Joel and the Bots watch X Marks the Spot (1942), a short in which a reckless driver finds himself on trial in heaven for his carelessness behind the wheel. In King Dinosaur (1955), the crew... See full summary »

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Joel and the Bots watch X Marks the Spot (1942), a short in which a reckless driver finds himself on trial in heaven for his carelessness behind the wheel. In King Dinosaur (1955), the crew pokes fun as scientists are terrorized by snakes, bugs, and dinosaurs on a newly discovered planet. Written by skillwithaquill

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Patricia: There's no reason we can't take a watch too.
Richard: Yes, there is.
Tom Servo: [making fun of the film's sexist attitudes] You're girls.
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Music by Ruth Roberts
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