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"Mystery Science Theater 3000" Mighty Jack (1991)

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Director:
Writers:
Joel Hodgson (creator)
Michael J. Nelson (head writer)
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Original Air Date:
21 September 1991 (Season 4, Episode 14)
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Plot:
A secret organization called Mighty Jack (1968) (TV) uses a submarine to battle a terrorist organization. Joel and the Bots make a Mighty Jack pet food commercial and sing the song "Slow The Plot Down!". | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Jim Mallon (host segments)
 
Writing credits
Joel Hodgson (creator)

Michael J. Nelson (head writer)

Trace Beaulieu (written by) &
Frank Conniff (written by) &
Joel Hodgson (written by) &
Kevin Murphy (written by) &
Paul Chaplin (written by)

Bridget Jones (contributing writer) &
Jim Mallon (contributing writer) &
Colleen Henjum (contributing writer)

Produced by
Joel Hodgson .... executive producer
Jim Mallon .... executive producer
Jim Mallon .... producer
Kevin Murphy .... associate producer
 
Cinematography by
Ken Fournelle (uncredited)
 
Art Direction by
Trace Beaulieu 
Joel Hodgson 
 
Makeup Department
Mary Flaa .... hair stylist
Mary Flaa .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Alexandra Carr .... production manager (as Alexandra B. Carr)
Timothy Scott .... post-production supervisor
 
Art Department
Trace Beaulieu .... set designer
Joel Hodgson .... set designer
Jef Maynard .... set designer
 
Sound Department
Timothy Scott .... audio editor
Brian Wright .... audio
 
Special Effects by
Joel Hodgson .... gizmonic devices (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ken Fournelle .... lighting
Kevin Murphy .... lighting
 
Editorial Department
Alexandra Carr .... post-production coordinator (as Alexandra B. Carr)
Jann Johnson .... post-production coordinator (as Jann L. Johnson)
Tim Paulson .... on-line editor
 
Music Department
Charlie Erickson .... composer: theme song
Joel Hodgson .... composer: theme song
Joel Hodgson .... lyricist: theme song
Kevin Murphy .... arranger: additional music
Michael J. Nelson .... arranger: additional music
J. Elvis Weinstein .... lyricist: theme song (as Josh Weinstein)
Joel Hodgson .... performer: theme song (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Cyn Eells .... intern
Cindy Hansen .... intern (as Cynthia Hansen)
Jann Johnson .... production coordinator (as Jann L. Johnson)
Heide LeClerc .... manager of business affairs
Jef Maynard .... toolmaster
Timothy Scott .... technical supervisor
Christopher Wurst .... intern
 

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Directed by
Joel Hodgson 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Joel Hodgson  creator

Production Design by
Jef Maynard 
 
Makeup Department
Brian Wade .... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Jann Johnson .... production manager (1994-1997) (as Jann L. Johnson)
 
Special Effects by
Trace Beaulieu .... special effects
 
Other crew
Frank Conniff .... script supervisor
Kelly Nathe .... production assistant (1992-1993)
Joseph Olson .... intern (episodes 814-817)
Julie Walker .... info club Poobah (1993-1996)
 
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References "Get Smart" (1965)See more »
Soundtrack:
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8 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
Painful, 25 September 2008
Author: overfloating from IA, United States

Anyone else think this is the most painful movie ever to have the MST3K treatment? I could barely get through it and I mean no insult to the riffing done by Joel and the 'bots. Easily the worst movie I've ever seen, as there's nothing remotely likable about it. It's not so bad it's good, there's no campiness and to top it all off it moves at a snails pace. I'd rather watch 30 minutes of rock climbing (Lost Continent) or 10 minutes of a sand storm (Hercules vs. The Moon Men) than this. I think it was a bad pick for MST3K since it is so unlikable. This movie needs to be made known to the public so they can truly see how black the abyss of bad film making is. Plan 9 From Outer Space is genius compared to this. There's nothing more I can say, just had to vent.

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