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"Mystery Science Theater 3000" Racket Girls (1994)

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Original Air Date:
26 November 1994 (Season 7, Episode 16)
Mike and the 'bots go "boing" watching Are You Ready for Marriage? (1950) and Racket Girls (1951). Meanwhile, Tom Servo and Crow prepare to be married. | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Trace Beaulieu (host segments)
Writing credits
Joel Hodgson (creator)

Michael J. Nelson (head writer)

Trace Beaulieu (written by) &
Paul Chaplin (written by) &
Frank Conniff (written by) &
Mike Dodge (written by) &
Bridget Jones (written by) &
Kevin Murphy (written by) &
Mary Jo Pehl (written by)

Jim Mallon (contributing writer) &
Colleen Henjum (contributing writer) (as Colleen Williams)

Produced by
Jim Mallon .... producer
Kevin Murphy .... associate producer
Cinematography by
Ken Fournelle (uncredited)
Film Editing by
Bradley J. Keely 
Tim Paulson 
Art Direction by
Trace Beaulieu 
Jef Maynard 
Makeup Department
Andrea Jackson DuCane .... hair stylist (as Andrea DuCane)
Andrea Jackson DuCane .... hair stylist
Production Management
Jann Johnson .... production manager (as Jann L. Johnson)
Art Department
Trace Beaulieu .... set designer
Joel Hodgson .... set designer
Jef Maynard .... set designer
Ed Miarecki .... props (uncredited)
Sound Department
Bradley J. Keely .... audio
Camera and Electrical Department
Jeff Stonehouse .... lighting
Editorial Department
Jann Johnson .... post-production coordinator (as Jann L. Johnson)
Ellen McDonough Thomas .... post-production coordinator
Music Department
Charlie Erickson .... composer: theme song
Joel Hodgson .... composer: theme song
Michael J. Nelson .... arranger: additional music
Michael J. Nelson .... composer: additional music
Other crew
Wendell Jon Andersson .... intern (as Wendell Andersson)
Patrick Brantseg .... utility infielder
Tim Johnson .... controller
Bradley J. Keely .... technical supervisor
Jef Maynard .... toolmaster
Ellen McDonough Thomas .... production coordinator
Michael Parker .... intern (as Michael D. Parker)
Jeff Stonehouse .... video provided by
Sarah Swanson .... intern (as Sarah Swanson)
Julie Van Goethem .... intern
Julie Walker .... info club coordinator
Sarah E. Wisner .... production assistant
Fisher Ames .... special thanks (as The Authors of the 1st Amendment)
James Madison .... special thanks (as The Authors of the 1st Amendment)
Series Cast
These people are regular cast members. Were they in this episode?
Joel Hodgson ... Joel Robinson

Series Crew
These people are regular crew members. Were they in this episode?
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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Additional Details

93 min

Did You Know?

[the camera zooms in on a female character with a pensive look on her face. Mike and the Bots start making gunfire and explosion noises]
Crow T. Robot:Marines, we are leaving!
[camera cuts back]
Mike Nelson:Sorry, I was back in Da Nang there.
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1 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Enjoyable., 10 June 2013
Author: WakenPayne from Valhalla

This is an average episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000. Fun comments, terrible nonsensical movies, skits that have to be seen to be believed rounded off with an ongoing joke, "Boing!" (If I have to write that once more tonight...!).

The movie they decided to get has about as bad as bad editing can get. As well as a plot that is just as nonsensical. I mean seriously, What was this movie trying to be? a movie about women wrestling or a man trying to raise $30,000. Well we have a lot of fun watching this as the Bots also go get married after watching a short movie on marriage. Which then gets interrupted by the most interesting wrestling match in the entire episode (Which in reality is saying nothing).

So go pick up and watch it. You'll be guaranteed a laugh if you like this show.

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